Practice Questions on Complex Arrangement
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In an institute there are five identical rooms having different items in it. Every identical looking room has a name indicating its contents. The details of the contents and the name of each room are as given below.

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Contents Name of Rooms
Two printers Pashupatti
Two computers Chandrachud
Two bags Bagbahadur
One printer and one computer Purnachandra
One bag and one computer Biswachakra

One day somebody in the institute changed the name plate of every room such that no room contains the name correctly explaining its contents.

Section-1: Complex Arrangement Question - 1

Q1.

Common Information Question: 1/2

If the supervisor of the institute opened a room named Biswachakra and found that one item was a bag, then which of the following would definitely be correct?

A.

The other item will be a bag.

B.

The other item will not be a bag.

C.

The other room named Bagbahadur will contain a bag

D.

The other item is a computer.

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Section-1: Complex Arrangement Question - 2

Q2.

Common Information Question: 2/2

If it is known that the room named Purnachandra does not contain either any printer or any computer, the room named Pashupatti does not contain any printer and the room named Chandrachud contains one computer and one bag, then which of the following will definitely be true if only one of the remaining rooms is opened?

A.

It will have at least one computer and printer.

B.

It will have two printers.

C.

It will have at least one computer.

D.

It will have at least one printer.

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Section-1: Complex Arrangement Question - 3

Q3.

The Banerjees, the Sharmas, and the Pattabhiramans each have a tradition of eating Sunday lunch as a family. Each family serves a special meal at a certain time of day. Each family has a particular set of chinaware used only for this meal. Use the clues below to answer the following question.

A. The Sharma family eats at noon.

B. The family that serves fried brinjal uses blue chinaware.

C. The Banerjee family eats at 2 o'clock.

D. The family that serves sambar does not use red chinaware.

E. The family that eats at 1 o'clock serves fried brinjal.

F. The Pattabhiraman family does not use white chinaware.

G. The family that eats last likes makkai-ki-roti.

Which one of the following statements is true?

A.

The Banerjees eat makkai-ki-roti at 2 o'clock, the Sharmas eat fried brinjal at 12 o'clock and the Pattabhiramanseat sambar from red chinaware.

B.

The Sharmas eat sambar served in white chinaware, the Pattabhiramans eat fried brinjal at 1 o'clock, and the Banerjees eat makkai-ki-roti served in blue chinaware.

C.

The Sharmas eat sambar at noon, the Pattabhiramans eat fried brinjal served in blue chinaware, and the Banerjees eat makkai-ki-roti served in red chinaware.

D.

The Banerjees eat makkai-ki-roti served in white chinaware, the Sharmas eat fried brinjal at 12 o'clock and the Pattabhiramans eat sambar from red chinaware.

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Five millionaires – Mr. Lim, Mr. Peters, Mr. Yao, Mr. Kumar and Mr. Cartwright – are the owners of five paintings, one each by the artists Cezanne, Picasso, Gauguin, Vermeer and Rembrandt. Each millionaire owns one of the above paintings. The costs of the paintings (in million USD) are, in some order, 4, 6, 12, 13 and 21.

All five millionaires bought their respective painting from one of the following cities: Reykjavik, London, Delhi, Paris and Johannesburg. No two millionaires bought their painting from the same city or of the same price.

The following information is known.

  1. Neither Mr. Lim nor Mr. Kumar bought their paintings from Reykjavik. They bought their paintings from Paris and Johannesburg, in any order.
  2. Mr. Yao bought the painting by Picasso.
  3. Mr. Peters bought the painting worth 12 million USD from Delhi.
  4. The sum of the costs of the paintings bought by Mr. Lim and Mr. Yao is less than the cost of the painting bought by Mr. Kumar. Mr. Kumar does not own the most expensive painting.
  5. The most expensive painting is by Gauguin, and was bought from London.
  6. The second most expensive painting is by Cezanne, and was bought from Johannesburg.

Section-1: Complex Arrangement Question - 4

Q4.

Common Information Question: 1/5

From where did Mr. Yao buy his painting?

A.

Paris

B.

London

C.

Reykjavik

D.

Delhi

E.

Johannesburg

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Section-1: Complex Arrangement Question - 5

Q5.

Common Information Question: 2/5

What are the costs (in million USD) of the paintings owned by Mr. Lim and Mr. Yao? The order is not important.

A.

4 & 6

B.

4 & 13

C.

6 & 13

D.

4 & 12

E.

6 & 12

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