Reasoning Puzzles High Level – Seating Arrangement Inward Outward

 

Seating Arrangement Inward Outward  – Dear Readers,  In this post we are giving you some of the questions based on seating arrangements having inward and outward facing. Puzzle are now very important topic in reasoning section for government exam point of view specially for exams like Bank PO, Insurance and Clerk Examinations.

 

Q.1 Direction : Solve the Puzzle by carefully studying the following information given below :

Eight persons S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting around a circular table but not necessarily in the same order. Some of the them are not facing the center.

(Note: Facing the some direction means if one faces the center then the other also faces the center and if one faces outward then the other also faces outward. Facing the Opposite direction means if one faces the center then the other faces outward and vice versa.)

W sits second to the left of Y, who is not facing the center. Z and U are immediate neighbors of W. S is second to the right of Z. W sits third to the left of V and faces the same direction as S. U sits on the immediate right of X, who sits third to the left of S. V sits on the immediate right of T. U and T faces the same direction.

 

Q.2 Direction : Solve the Puzzle by carefully studying the following information given below :

Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are playing a game of musical chairs and facing away from the center. Each person knows a different language, viz Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Punjabi, Bengali, Hindi ,Telugu and English, but not necessarily in the same order.

1 ) Neither S nor T speaks English.

2 ) R speaks Hindi and sits third to the left of T.

3 ) Those who speak Tamil and Punjabi are immediate neighbors of each other. Neither the one who speaks Punjabi nor the one who speaks Tamil is an immediate neighbor of either T or R.

4 ) The one who speaks Punjabi sits on the immediate left of Q, who speaks Odia.

5 ) Those who speak Telugu and English are immediate neighbors of each other. 

6 ) P speaks Telugu and is not an immediate neighbor of the one who speaks Hindi.

7 ) V sits third to the left of the one who speaks English.

8 ) Only U sits between the ones who speaks Punjabi and Marathi.

 

Q.3 Direction : Solve the Puzzle by carefully studying the following information given below :

M, N O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting in a straight line, but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are not facing north. (Note: Facing the same direction means if one faces north then the other also faces north and if one faces south then the other also faces south. Facing opposite direction means if one person faces north then the other faces south and vice versa. ) 

M and N do not face the same direction. Neither T nor O faces the same direction as Q. T sits second to the left of N. M sits second to the left of R. S sits second to the right of P, who faces north. T sits second to the left of S. T is an immediate neighbor of both 0 and Q. R sits second to the left of Q.

 

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