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Directions for the following 6 (six) items: Read the information given below and answer t he six items that follow. A, B, C and D are students. They are studying in four different cities, viz., P, Q, R and S (not necessarily in that order). They are studying in Science college, Arts college, Commerce college and Engineering college (not necessarily in that order), which are situated in four different States, viz., Gujarat, Rajasthan, Assam and Kerala (not necessarily in that order). Further, it is given that (i) D is studying in Assam (ii) Arts college is located in city S which is in Rajasthan (ii) A is studying in Commerce college (iv) B is studying in city Q (v) Science college is located in Kerala
Solution: . From the statement I, iii, iv we can draw the following table: College Commerce Student City State Assam According to the statement Il Arts college is located in city S which is in Rajasthan This combination is possible only for Student C.
State City College Commerce Student Rajasthan Assam Arts According to the statement V:Science college is located in Kerala. This combination is possible only for student B. State City College Commerce 3 Student scdienceahan Kerala Rajasthan Assam Arts
From the previous table we can conclude that D is studying in Engineering college and A is Studying in Gujarat. City EtherPor R College Commerce Science Arts Engineering Student State Gujarat Kerala Rajasthan Assam EitherR or P
1. A is studying irn (a) Rajasthan (b) Gujarat (c) city Q (d) Kerala College Commerce Science Arts Engineering City EitherP orR Student State Gujarat Kerala Rajasthan Assam EitherR orP A is studying in Gujarat. Hence, option (b) is correct.
Student College Commerce Science Arts Engineering city EitherP or R State Gujarat Kerala Rajasthan Assam EitherR orP 2. Science college is located in (a) city Q (b) city S (C) city R (D) city P Science college is located in city Q. hence, option (a) is correct. 3. C is studying in (a) Science college (b) Rajasthan (c) Gujarat (d) city Q C is studying in Rajasthan. Hence, option (b) is correct.
Student State Gujarat Kerala Rajasthan Assam Ci EitherP or R College Commerce Science Arts Engineerin EitherR or P 4. Which one of the following statements is correct? (a) D is not studying in city S. (b) A is studying in Science college. (c) A is studying in Kerala (d) Engineering college is located in Gujarat. C is studying in city S. hence, option (a) is correct. 5. Which one of the following statements is correct regarding Engineering college? (a) C is studying there. (b) B is studying there. (c) t is located in Gujarat. (d) D is studying there. D is studying in engineering college. Hence, option (d) is correct.