- X%Y means X is north of Y
X#Y means X is south of Y
X@Y means X is east of Y
X$Y means X is west of Y
X*YR means X is midpoint of vertical line YR.
X(YR means X is midpoint of horizontal line YR.
X#@Y means X is south east of Y.
At a circus there was a performanceof the lions. There were 2 trainers on the stage who were instructing the lions to do the tricks. The 1st trainer had 2 sticks. One was red and the other was green in colour. When he waved the red stick the 2nd trainer went left and when he waved the green stick the 2nd trainer went right.
Ninelions were standing on the stage at different positions. The lions were marked with alphabets A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I
I is 20m@G, B is 30m%I, I*BF, E is 70m@l, F is 35m%D, A is 60m#H, H is 35m@B, C is 65m#E.
The2nd trainer is 25m$C and was facing the West.
The1st trainer waved sticks in 3 rounds. In 1st round he waved the green stick and the 2nd trainer moved 20m, in the 2nd round he waved the red stick and the 2nd trainer moved 35m, in the 3rd round he waved the green stick and the 2nd trainer moved 45m.
What was the direction of F with respect to C?
a) North east b) North west c) South east d) South west e) West
What was the shortest distance between the trainer and E after 3rd round?
a) 50m b) 60m c) 70m d) 55m e) 65m
What was the shortest distance between D and C?
a) 50m b) 60m c) 70m d) 80m e) 90m
What was the shortest distance between the trainer and Gafter 3rd round?
a) 25m b) 30m c) 35m d) 40m e) 28m
2. Five students namely, A, B, C, D and E, were being promoted to the next higher class after exams. Each of them studied early in a different class among- VI to X. Who studied in standard Vlll?
Statementl: A studied in a higher standard than that of B and E. D studied in Class VI. C studied in one class higher than that of B.
StatementIl: At least two of them studied in a class lower than that of C and E was one of them. B and A studied in a higher class than that of D.
3. Six kids K, L, M, N, I and G are standing in a row which is aligned in an east-west direction. Each of them have different number of balls viz. 2, 3, 4, 8, 10 and 14 but not necessarily in the same order. They are standing in an increasing order of the number of balls they have from east to west i.e. the kid with the lowest number of balls is standing at the eastern most end of the line. They are facing cardinal directions. The kids who are standing at the ends of the line are facing a direction opposite to their immediate neighbour. The number of kids standing ahead of K is same as the number of kids standing to the left of L which is more than the number of balls L has. The difference between the number of balls of L and N is same as that of I and G. The number of balls of N is four times the number of kids standing to the right of him. G has two times the number of balls as the number of kid standing ahead of him.