Sol. From II and III: T lives on an odd-numbered floor. Also, T lives immediately above R. So, R lives on an even-numbered floor which is not the topmost.
Again, II says Q lives on an even numbered floor which is not the topmost. Thus R and Q occupy floor (b) and (d).
Now, S lives on and odd-numbered floor. And there are two floors between S and P. So, P lives on an even-numbered floor and this must be floor 6 (the topmost).
Q7. There are six letters W, A, R, S, N and E. Is ‘ANSWER’ the word formed after performing the following operations using these six letters only?
Sol. From I: _ A _ S _ E or A _ S _ E
From II: RE or ER; WS or SW
From III: NSW or WSN …(a) R not at the beginning...(b) neither AW nor WA…(c)
From I and III (a): RANSWE (ruled out by III b)
RAWSNE (ruled out by III b and c)
AWSNER (ruled out by III c)
Hence, ANSWER is the word.
Q8.Point D is in which direction with respect to Point B?
Sol. Combining I and III gives the answer that that D is south of B.
Sol. All three are required to and the question as I and II gives the code for ‘its’ and I and III gives code for ‘of’’
Sol. Each statement is giving answer .
Directions (11-15): Study the information and answer the following questions: