# Mini Mock Set – 51 | Maths & Reasoning | Free PDF Download

Eight cars G, H, l, J, K, L, M and N are parked in a row such that half of them are facing north and half of them are facing south. And one car is parked 8m away from the other car parked next to it. K is parked 32m to the left of H, which is parked facing in north direction. Both the cars parked adjacent to H are parked facing in the same direction. L is parked 16m away from K. The distance between G and M is 8m and none of them is parked at any of the extreme ends. I is parked 16m to the right of G. N is parked at a distance greater than 20m to the right of l. J is parked facing north and is parked to the right of K. K and M are parked facing in the same direction. L and I are not parked together. After some time, M moves 20m in the opposite direction in which it is parked. It then takes a left turn and moves 22m. Then it takes a left turn and moves 20m and finally stops. J moves 10m in the opposite direction in which it is parked and then takes a left turn and moves for 20m. Then it takes Eight cars G, H, l, J, K, L, M and N are parked in a row such that half of them are facing north and half of them are facing south. And one car is parked 8m away from the other car parked next to it. K is parked 32m to the left of H, which is parked facing in north direction. Both the cars parked adjacent to H are parked facing in the same direction. L is parked 16m away from K. The distance between G and M is 8m and none of them is parked at any of the extreme ends. I is parked 16m to the right of G. N is parked at a distance greater than 20m to the right of l. J is parked facing north and is parked to the right of K. K and M are parked facing in the same direction. L and I are not parked together. After some time, M moves 20m in the opposite direction in which it is parked. It then takes a left turn and moves 22m. Then it takes a left turn and moves 20m and finally stops. J moves 10m in the

2) At what position is car I parked with respect to car M after movement?

a) 14m to the right

b) 16m to the left

c) 16m to the right

d) 14m to the left

e) 10m to the left

@-East

% -West

&-North

#- South

# and @ meant that the distance between 2 respective points can only be 13km or 7km % and & meant that the distance between 2 respective points can only be 5km or 15km

For Example: P@Q meant P was to the East of Q and the distance between them was either 13km or 7km P&%Q meant P was to the northwest of Q (specifying only direction and not distance) PQ>RS meant the distance between PQ was greater than the distance between RS.

Directions 1: P@Q R%T S#U R&%Q

Direction 2: P#S T%S T&@Q @-East % -West &-North #- South # and @ meant that the distance between 2 respective points can only be 13km or 7km % and & meant that the distance between 2 respective points can only be 5km or 15km For Example: P@Q meant P was to the East of Q and the distance between them was either 13km or 7km P&%Q meant P was to the northwest of Q (specifying only direction and not distance) PQ>RS meant the distance between PQ was greater than the distance between RS. Directions 1: P@Q R%T S#U R&%Q Direction 2: P#S T%S T&@Q PSRS meant the distance between PQ was greater than the distance between RS.

Directions 1: P@Q R%T S#U R&%Q

Direction 2: P#S T%S T&@Q PSRS meant the distance between PQ was greater than the distance between RS.

Directions 1: P@Q R%T S#U R&%Q

Direction 2: P#S T%S T&@Q PS