Each of the six persons A, B, C, D, E and F studied a different subject out of six subjects viz. JLM, CSC, FLG, BAN, ASC and PSY, not necessarily in the given order. In each of the three universities P, Q and R, exactly two out of the given six persons studied such that no person studied in more than one university. Each of the six persons got placed in a different company out of six companies viz. X1, X2, X3, X4, X5 and X6. One who got placed in \u2018X4\u2019 studied \u2018ASC\u2019.
(1) FLG and CSC
(2) FLG and BAN
(3) FLG and JLM
(4) PSY and FLG
(3) The one studying PSY (4) The one studying ASC (5) Either (1) or (2)
(1) A studied in \u2018R\u2019
(2) E studied ASC in \u2018P\u2019 and got placed in \u2018X4\u2019
(3) D studied in \u2018Q\u2019
(4) C studied JLM in \u2018P\u2019 and got placed in \u2018X1\u2019
(1) PSY is taught in \u2018Q\u2019
(2) B studied in \u2018R\u2019
(3) F studied FLG in \u2018Q\u2019
(4) E studied ASC and got placed in \u2018X4\u2019
There are two unrelated families A and B such that number of sibling sisters in families A and B is 4 and 3 respectively. Family B has twin baby girls. Radha is 5 years older than the twins. Rita, who is one of the twins, is 8 years old and is not a sister of Kaya. Kaya is 4 years younger than Radha. Maya is 3 years younger than her sister Shreya but 2 years older than Farah. Reena is 7 years old. Assume that all the mentioned girls belong to either of the two mentioned families.
Five persons namely, Yasir, Arafat, Rasheed, Ali and Rehman are to be seated in five out of the six seats numbered from 1 to 6. The following table provides information about the serial number of the seats (given in the parentheses under their name) on which each of the mentioned friends can possibly sit.
If one of the seats numbered 2 or 4 is unoccupied, then the number of different ways five mentioned
persons can be seated is
PQRS is a rectangle and an equilateral triangle OPQ is drawn such that O lies outside the rectangle TPS is another equilateral triangle such that T lies on OQ as shown in the figure given below. What is the ratio of the lengths of PQ to QR?
Five contestants Samir, Ranvir, Milind, Sahil and Arjun are awarded points by each of the five judges J1, J2, J3, J4 and J5 . Numbers mentioned in any parentheses are the points awarded to that particular contestant by the judge mentioned in the corresponding row.
percentage of total points awarded by the judge mentioned in the same row. Each judge awards distinct points to all the 5 contestants and points awarded by the judges are non negative integers. For example, the aggregate points given to Samir, Milind and Ranvir by the judge J1is 80% of the total points given by judge J1to all the five contestants.
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