# Sitting Arrangements Quiz Set 22

### Question 1

1. Ten cages numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 are situated adjacent to one another in two different rows of 5 cages each.
2. Ten animals M, N, O, P, Q, R, S T, U and V are housed in these cages.
3. Cages with odd numbers are situated opposite to the cages with even numbers, and no two cages with even numbers and no two cages with odd numbers are adjacent to each other.
4. Cage No. 8 is occupied by N and it is to the extreme left of one row.
5. Cages 4 and 6 are not in the row of cage no. 8 and any of the cages numbered 4, 6, 2 are not in the middle of the row.
6. T lives in cage no. 5 and its cage is not situated in the row in which cage no. 6 is situated.
7. O is housed in an odd numbered cage and resides in the row in which the N resides but both are not adjacent to each other.
8. Q's and R's cages are adjacent to cage no. 6 However, R's cage is not adjacent to cage no 4.
9. M's and V's cages are in the same row.
10. P's cage is even numbered and is diagonally opposite to cage no. 1.
11. Cage no. 6 is second from one of the ends of its own row.
12. No two cages have consecutive number on them and S's cage is neither opposite to Q's cage nor adjacent to it.

Which cage is opposite to cage number 2?

A

4.

B

9.

C

1.

D

3.

Soln.
Ans: d

Arrangement is like this:

```1(S)---4(M/V)---9 (Q)---6(M/V)---3(R)
=====================================
8(N)---5(T)-----10(U)---7(O)-----2(P)
```

### Question 2

A, B, C, D, E, F and G are walking in a straight line. C is immediately behind of D. B is at one of the extreme ends and has E as his neighbor. G is between E and F. D is walking third from the last. Who are at the extreme ends?

A

A and E.

B

A and B.

C

F and B.

D

C and D.

Soln.
Ans: b

They are walking last to first like this: A-C-D-F-G-E-B.

### Question 3

1. Eight persons E, F, G, H, I, J, K and L are seated around a square table - two on each side.
2. There are three lady members and they are not seated next to each other.
3. J is between L and F.
4. G is between I and F.
5. H, a lady member, is second to the left of J.
6. F, a male member, is seated opposite to E, a lady member.
7. There is a lady member between F and I.

Who among the following are the three lady members?

A

E, H and J.

B

E, G and J.

C

G, H and J.

D

H, E and G.

Soln.
Ans: d
```* * I * * G * *
* * * * * * * *
E * * * * * * F
* * * * * * * *
* * * * * * * *
K * * * * * * J
* * * * * * * *
* * H * * L * *
```

It is clear from the figure that the three lady members are H, E, G.

### Question 4

The digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 are arranged in a line left to right. 1 is an immediate neighbor of 5 and 2. 4 is second to the left of 5. 6 is second to the right of 2. 3 is not an immediate neighbor of 6. There are two persons between 2 and 8.

How many digits are there between 1 and 8?

A

6.

B

3.

C

1.

D

4.

Soln.
Ans: b

The arrangement left to right: 4-3-5-1-2-7-6-8.

### Question 5

Ten army cadets A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H ,I and J are standing in a queue.

1. B and F are not either of the start or end.
2. G is before D, but not necessarily behind him, and H ahead of J.
3. There are four persons between E and A.
4. I is ahead of B and F is before D.
5. J is in between A and D and G is in between E and F.
6. There are two persons between H and C.

If G and A interchange their positions, then who become(s) the immediate neighbors of E?

A

G and F.

B

F only.

C

A only.

D

D only.

Soln.
Ans: c

Last to first like this: E - G - F - D - J - A - (H or C) - B - I - (H or C)

If positions of G and A are interchanged, A will become the immediate neighbor of E.