Reasoning Circle In Out Subject Seating Arrangement [High Level]

Directions (1-7): Study the following information for Tough Round In Out Seating arrangement with Subjects and answer the questions that follow:
There are eight persons L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are sitting around the circle. Four of them are facing away from the centre. Four of them are teachers who teach four students. They like eight different subjects viz, History, English, Economics, Maths, Hindi, Physics, Sociology and Chemistry but not necessarily in the same order. Only two students are facing away from the centre. M is second to the left of O. Q is fourth to the left of R. N likes to study Hindi. One, who likes English facing away from the centre. L is not facing away from the centre. R doesn't like either Sociology or Physics. S likes to study Maths. Q doesn't like Science subjects. Chemistry is studied either by M or O. S, who is facing outside is fourth to the left of L, who doesn't like to teach either Economics or Science subjects. R is second to the right of L. M and P are facing to each other. O is third to the right of L. P likes History. Q is facing away from the centre and a teacher. Physics is not liked by them who is facing towards the centre. One, who likes to teach English is between two students.

1. Who among the following likes Physics?
1) Q
2) R
3) O
4) L
5) Other than given options



2. How many persons sit between the one who likes Sociology and the one who is second to the right of M, when counted in clockwise direction from one who likes Sociology?
1) Two
2) None
3) One
4) Seven
5) Other than given options



3. Which of the following pair represents the immediate neighbour of the one who likes chemistry?
1) L and N
2) O and P
3) Q and R
4) S and Q
5) Other than given options



4. R likes which of the following subjects?
1) Economics
2) History
3) Maths
4) Chemistry
5) Hindi



5. Who among the following is/are teacher?
1) R
2) M
3) L
4) P
5) Both 1 and 3



6. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
1) Q
2) R
3) S
4) O
5) M



7. Which of the following combination is correctly matched?
1) L - Sociology - Student
2) N - Chemistry - Student
3) O - Physics - Facing away from the centre
4) P - History - Student
5) Other than given options



Directions (8-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.
Taking a strong view on adulteration, misleading advertisements, unhygienic or unsanitary processing of food, Government cracks the whip against food adulteration. Soon traders found involved in the cases of adulteration could face stringent punishment, including life imprisonment.

8. What would be the effect of such action taken by the government?
1) Now traders would find different way to get profit.
2) Now people can buy different items without any fear.
3) Now people would prefer food at home.
4) Traders must think twice before involving in adulteration.
5) Other than given options



9. What is implicit in the above statement?
1) Adulteration is not a cause of concern for the government.
2) Life imprisonment is the only solution to curb such crimes.
3) No any government before this gave so much attention to this problem.
4) Somehow all traders involve in adulteration.
5) Other than given options



10. Which of the following weakens the above statement?
1) Adulteration is not a cause of concern for the government.
2) Life imprisonment is the only solution to curb such crimes.
3) No any government before this gave so much attention to this problem.
4) Somehow all traders involve in adulteration.
5) Other than given options



Puzzle Solution:
Reasoning Circle In Out Subject Seating Arrangement [High Level]

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