## Mini Mock

## Set – 55

**Q.A point ****P is towards 100m west ****of ****point ****Q. ****Raman starts walking towards north ****from ****point R which is 40m east ****of ****P and walk 40m to reach point S. He again takes a right turn ****of ****10m to reach point W and point V is 20m south ****of ****point ****W. ****Again he takes a ****left ****turn ****of ****40m to reach point T and point Z is 5m south ****of ****point ****T. ****Reena** **start walking ****from ****point P towards north and ****after ****walking 15m takes a right turn from point D to reach point K at a distance of ****20m. ****Again she takes a ****left ****turn ****of ****25m to reach point F and point E is 10m east ****of ****point ****F. Again ****she takes a right turn ****of ****60m to reach point H ****Akhil** **standing at a distance ****of ****30m south of point Q and start walking toward west from point ****B ****to point G at a distance ****of ****20m and point L is 10m south ****of ****point G. Again he takes a right turn of 30m to rich point ****N; ****which is 20m south of point M** **and point J is 25m east of point M. Point Z, H and J are final position ****of ****Raman, ****Reena** **and ****Akhil** **respectively.
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**Akhil** **is how far and in which direction ****of ****Reena****?
**a) 40m west b) 35 m east c) 5m south-east d) 25m west e) 45m east

**Point G is towards which direction ****of ****point V? ****
**a) North b) North-west c) South-east d) South e) South-west

**Q.A ****pearl necklace (in ****form of ****a circle) consisting ****of ****10 pearls was put on the display in an exhibition. A person noticed that the pearls were of different ****colour**** and diameter. They were blue, black, yellow, red, golden, silver, white, purple, green and pink. The diameters were ****1cm****, 2cm, 3cm, 4cm, 5cm, ****6cm****, 7cm, 8cm, 9cm and ****10cm ****not necessarily in the same order. The pearls with consecutive diameters were not placed together. He also noticed: **

• **The green pearl was placed opposite to the pearl with diameter of ****1cm
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**Sum of the diameters of the golden and yellow pearls was equal to the diameter**

**of the**

**blue pearl • Diameter**

**of**

**the blue pearl was twice**

**of**

**the diameter**

**of**

**the black pearl that was placed 3rd to the left**

**of**

**the red pearl**

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•

**Silver pearl was**

**neighboring**

**the 7cm pearl as well as the white pearl**

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•

**Golden pearl was 2nd to the**

**left**

**of the black pearl**

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•

**The purple pearl was to the immediate**

**left**

**of the yellow pearl**

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•

**Diameter of the purple pearl was thrice**

**of**

**the yellow pearl**

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•

**Either the black or the pink pearl was**

**of 1cm**

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•

**Silver pearl was not beside the red or the black pearl**

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**The red pearl had a diameter 6cm greater than the black pearl.**

**Q.There are eight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who have obtained marks in theory 66, 68, 70, 72, 73, 75, 77, 79 (out of 80) but not necessary in the same order and marks in lab 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19(out of 20) not necessary in the same order. E’s lab marks are 15, which is half of the sum of lab marks of A and B. C’s and F’s lab marks are prime numbers. C gets maximum marks in theory. Difference of theory marks of B and G is same as that of E and F. H has a total of 77 marks including both Theory and Lab. The theory marks of A are four times of his lab marks. Lab marks obtained by G is less than that of D. E has second highest marks in theory. The theory marks of B are seven more than that of G. The difference between the lab marks of F and G is more than three. **