Q1

Q1 In a row of certain persons, Alex is sitting 285 from the left end and 412 from the right end. Find out the total number of persons in that row?

697

698

696

Can’t be determined

Q2

Q2 In a row, all the persons are facing north. Sarah is 24th from the left end, and on the right side of Sarah, there are only 17 persons. Find out the total number of persons in this queue?

40

41

39

None of these

Q3

Q3 In a row of 80 persons, Deepak is 42nd from the left end. Find out his position from the right end.

39

38

41

None of the above

Q4

Q4 In a row, Anuj is 15th from the left end while Tina is 56th from the right end and 16th to the right of Rohit. Find out the total number of persons in the row?

70

86

91

Can't be determined

Q5

Q5 In a batch of 100 students Kavya’s rank is 50th from the top and Lucky’s rank is 68th from the bottom. How many students are there in between Kavya and Lucky (if no two persons got the same rank)?

Less than 10

16

Can’t be determined

13

14

Q6

Q6 In a single row, there are some boys and all of them are facing north. Gaurav rank is 29th from the left ends and Tarun rank is 27th from the right end. If 26 students are sitting in between them. Find the number of students in the class.

21

9

10

82

Can’t be determined

Q7

Q7 There are six Investors named Kavita, Laxman, Manish, Niraj, Om and Parvati, purchased different number of shares in HUL Company. No two person purchased the same number of shares. According to the number of purchased share, three people among them invested between Om and Kavita where Om investedmore than Kavita. Parvati who purchased 37 shares, purchased less than Niraj. Manish purchased 34 shares which is less than Laxman. None of them purchased between the number of shares Manish and Laxman purchased. Om did not purchase maximum share among them.

Who purchased the maximum number of shares?

Manish

Kavita

Parvati

Niraj

Q8

Q8 Sameer is 20 th from the left end of a row and Arun is 12 th from the right end of row. If they interchanged their positions, then arun ranks become 10 from right end. Find total number of persons in the row?

30

39

28

31

None of these

Q9

Q9 The positions of how many digits in the number 2451479638 will remain same when the first half and the second half of the digits are arranged in ascending order separately?

Only one

Two

None

Three

Q10

Q10 In a row of boys, Karthick is seventh from the left and Suganya is twelfth from the right. If they interchange their positions, Karthick becomes twenty second from the left. How many boys are there in the row?

19

29

31

33

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