(Set – 20)
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight batsmen sitting around a circular table, not necessarily in the
same order. Each of them scored different runs in a tournament viz., 100, 120, 140, 160, 180, 200,
220 and 240, again not necessarily in the same order. All of them are facing towards the center of
R sits third to the left of S. The difference between the runs scored by the persons sitting opposite
to R and U is equal to 40. The person who scored 160 runs sits second to the left of R. T scored less
runs than W but more runs than Q. The person who scored 140 runs is not sitting adjacent to the
person who scored the least number of runs. The person sitting opposite to the person who scored
160 runs scored 40 runs more than him. U and the person who scored 200 runs are immediate
neighbors of each other. The person who scored the highest runs sits second to the left of U. T is an
immediate neighbor of the person who scored the highest number of runs. W and Q are immediate
neighbors of each other. R scored more runs than both W and Q. V scored more runs than P. U is
not the least scorer. S does not sit adjacent to Q.
There are five friends – Varnika, Pratiksha, Kiran, Shikha and Khushboo who study in different colleges
among Hindu College, Shia PG College, Christian college, National PG College and Hansraj College.
Each of them studies different subjects among Economics, Philosophy, Mathematics, Chemistry
and Biology. They attend their classes on different floors of their respective college buildings
among 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th. All the information given above is not necessarily in the same order.
Pratiksha studies in Hansraj College and attends her classes neither on 3rd nor 4th floor. Khushboo
attends her classes on 1st floor and studies neither in Christian college nor in Hindu College. The
girl who studies Economics doesn’t study in Shia PG College. The person who studies in National PG
College attends her classes on 4th floor. Kiran studies Economics. The girl who studies in Christian
college studies Chemistry. Shikha doesn’t attend her classes on 4th floor. The girl who studies in
Hansraj College studies neither Mathematics nor Philosophy. The girl who attends her classes on
3rd floor neither studies in Hindu College nor is Varnika.
The girl who studies in Hindu College does not attend her
classes on 5th floor. Varnika does not study in Hindu College.