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REASONING FOR RRB PO/CLERK PRELIMS



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Directions (1 –5):   Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions. 
A certain number of people are sitting in a straight line facing the north direction. Z sits to the left of D but not immediately. At least one person sits between D and P. L sits third from an end. J sits second to the right of D. Four people sit between Q and Z. Five people sit between P and L. Four people sit between L and J. D sits sixth to the left of H. Atmost 12 people are there in the arrangement.
1. How many people are sitting in this arrangement?
A. 14
B. 11
C. 12
D. 13
E. None of these
2. Who sits second from the left end?
A. P
B. Q
C. Z
D. H
E. None of these
3. Who are the immediate neighbors?
A. Q, J
B. J, D
C. P, L
D. L, J
E. None of these
4. How many people are sitting to the right of P?
A. Five
B. Three
C. Four
D. Six
E. None of these
5. Find the correct statement/statements from the following.
I. Three people sit to the right of J.
II. Two people sit between L and Q.
III. Z and L are not immediate neighbors.
A. Both II and III
B. Only I
C. Only III
D. All are correct
E. None is correct
Solution-
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Directions (6-10):  Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions. 
6. Statements: P ≤ A = T, R = N, T < M ≥ G > R
Conclusions:I. M > PII. G ≥ N
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
7. Statements: H < F = R, W ≥ S ≤ H, Q ≥ T = W
Conclusions:I. T ≥ H
II. S < R
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
8. Statements: C ≥ N > T, D ≤ W, A ≤ G = W, T ≥ R < A
Conclusions:I. T ≥ G
II. N > D
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
9. Statements: F ≤ C > G, D = E < F, A > B ≥ D
Conclusions:I. B > E
II. B = E
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
10. Statements: F = M < P, B = T > A ≥ F, S < H ≤ B
Conclusions:I. S < T
II. B > M
A. Only I is true
B. Only II is true
C. Either I or II is true
D. Neither I nor II is true
E. Both I and II are true
Solution-
6. Option A
7. Option B
8. Option D
9. Option C
10. Option E