# Crack IBPS PO : Puzzle Test – Reasoning Day 70

D.15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

Seven persons- Akash, Akil, Ashok, Amir, Aadi, Aadit and Aahva – went to tour in the months of February, March, April, May, July, October and December but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them likes different movies namely Ghazi, Ezra, Rum, Split, Dangal, Rings, Bogan but not necessarily in the same order.

The one who likes Rum went to tour immediately before Akash. Aadit went to tour immediately after Aahva. The one who likes Dangal went to tour in the month having less than 31 days. Ashok went to tour immediately after Akash. Aahva went to tour in that month which has less than 31 days. Only one person went to tour between Akash and the one who likes Split. Only two persons went to tour between Ashok and Akil. The one who likes Ghazi went to tour immediately before the one who like Bogan. There is only one person between Akash and the person who likes Dangal. Aadi does not like Rum. The person who likes Rings went to tour in the month having less than 31 days. Akash does not like Rings.

1. Which of the following stationery films is liked by Aadit?

a) Ghazi

b) Split

c) Bogan

d) Rum

e) Ezra

e) Ezra

2. Which of the following combinations of month-person-film is Correct?

b) July-Akash-Ghazi

c) October-Ashok-Rum

d) May-Aahva-Ezra

e) April-Ashok-Bogan

b) July-Akash-Ghazi

3. Which of the following statement is true with respect to the given arrangement?

a) Ashok went to tour in December

b) Akash likes Ghazi

c) Amir went to tour immediately before Aadi

d) Aadi went to tour in July

e) None of these

b) Akash likes Ghazi

4. Who among the following went tour in April?

a) Akash

b) Akil

c) Amir

e) Aahva

b) Akil

5. Who among the following went to tour immediately after Amir?

a) Akash

b) Akil

c) Amir

e) Aahva

a) Akash

D.610) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven players namely Bunny, Murray, Nadal, Nishikori, Ronald, Vijay and Anderson, have tournament on seven different days, of the same week from Monday to Sunday, but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them belongs to different countries, via, Germany, England, Switzerland, Russia, France, Japan and China but not necessarily in the same order.

The one who belongs to Germany has tournament on Saturday. Anderson belongs to England and has tournament on Wednesday. Murray has tournament immediately before Ronald. Murray does not have tournament on any day after that of Anderson. The one who belongs to China does not have tournament on any of the days on or before Friday. The one who belongs to Switzerland has the tournament immediately after Nadal. Ronald does not belong to France. The one who belongs to Japan does not have the tournament immediately before or after Anderson. Vijay does not have tournament on Sunday and does not belong to Switzerland. Nishikori does not have tournament on any of the days before that of Bunny.

6. Vijay belongs to which Country?

a) China

b) France

c) Germany

d) England

e) Russia

e) None of these

c) Germany

7. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way on the basis of the information given above and hence form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?

b) Bunny-Wednesday

c) Anderson-Monday

d) Vijay-Thursday

e) Nishikori-Saturday

e)Nishikori-Saturday

e)Nishikori-Saturday

8. Which of the following statements are true on the basis of information given above?

a) Bunny has tournament on Saturday

b) Vijay has tournament immediately after Bunny

c) Ronald belongs to Japan

d) Only two players has tournament between Anderson and Nishikori

e) All the Statements are true

b) Vijay has tournament immediately after Bunny

9. Which of the following combination is definitely correct?

a) Vijay-Friday-Germany

c) Bunny-Thursday-Switzerland

d) Ronald-Saturday-France

e) Nishikori-Sunday-China

e) Nishikori-Sunday-China

10. On which of the following days Murray has tournament?

a) Sunday

b) Monday

c) Tuesday

d) Wednesday

e) Thursday

b) Monday