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- Question 1 of 17
##### 1. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : Diagram given below showing four persons stationed at the four corners of a square piece of a plot as shown :A starts crossing the plot diagonally. After walking half the distance, he turns right, walks some distance and turns left. Which direction is A facing now ?

##### Hint

- Question 2 of 17
##### 2. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : Diagram given below showing four persons stationed at the four corners of a square piece of a plot as shown :From the original position given in the above figure, A and B move one arm length clockwise and then cross over to the corners diagonally opposite; C and D move one arm length anti-clockwise and cross over to the corners diagonally opposite. The original configuration ABCD has now changed to

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- Question 3 of 17
##### 3. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : Diagram given below showing four persons stationed at the four corners of a square piece of a plot as shown :From the original position, B and D move one and a half length of sides clockwise and anti-clockwise respectively. Which one of the following statements is true ?

##### Hint

- Question 4 of 17
##### 4. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : Diagram given below showing four persons stationed at the four corners of a square piece of a plot as shown :From the positions in the original figure. C and A move diagonally to opposite corners and then one side each clockwise and anti-clockwise respectively. B and D move two sides each clockwise and anti-clockwise respectively. Where is A now ?

##### Hint

As per directions given in the questions, the new figure formed is as follows :

- Question 5 of 17
##### 5. Question

**Directions**(Q. 1-5) : Diagram given below showing four persons stationed at the four corners of a square piece of a plot as shown :After the movements given in the above question, who is at the north-west corner ?

##### Hint

It is clear from above diagram - Question 6 of 17
##### 6. Question

**Directions**(Q. 6-7) : A position of four policemen A, B, C and D in a circular park which is divided into sixteen plots is shown.P, Q, R and S are the offenders whom they have to catch after given moves. The figure shows their positions. Note that the by-lanes are North-South and East-West.Who two are positioned North-West, South-East ?

##### Hint

A is positioned north-west and P is positioned south-east.

- Question 7 of 17
##### 7. Question

**Directions**(Q. 6-7) : A position of four policemen A, B, C and D in a circular park which is divided into sixteen plots is shown.P, Q, R and S are the offenders whom they have to catch after given moves. The figure shows their positions. Note that the by-lanes are North-South and East-West.If A, B, C and D were to move clockwise four plots and P, Q, R and S were to move anti-clockwise six plots, then who two would be the north-south ?

##### Hint

- Question 8 of 17
##### 8. Question

**Directions**(Q. 8 – 10) : a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h and i are nine houses. c is 2 km east of b. a is 1 km north of b and h is 2 km south of a. g is 1 km west of h while d is 3 km east of g and f is 2 km north of g. i is situated just in the middle of b and c while e is just in middle of h and d.Distance between e and g is :##### Hint

Solutions 8-10:

From the information given, positions of houses are as follows :

Clearly, the distance between e and g is 2 km. - Question 9 of 17
##### 9. Question

**Directions**(Q. 8 – 10) : a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h and i are nine houses. c is 2 km east of b. a is 1 km north of b and h is 2 km south of a. g is 1 km west of h while d is 3 km east of g and f is 2 km north of g. i is situated just in the middle of b and c while e is just in middle of h and d.Distance between a and f is :##### Hint

Solutions 8-10:

From the information given, positions of houses are as follows :

From the above diagram, the distance between a and f is 1 km. - Question 10 of 17
##### 10. Question

**Directions**(Q. 8 – 10) : a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h and i are nine houses. c is 2 km east of b. a is 1 km north of b and h is 2 km south of a. g is 1 km west of h while d is 3 km east of g and f is 2 km north of g. i is situated just in the middle of b and c while e is just in middle of h and d.Distance between e and i is :##### Hint

Solutions 8-10:

From the information given, positions of houses are as follows :

Clearly, the distance between e and i is 1 km. - Question 11 of 17
##### 11. Question

**Directions**(Q. 11-12) : Point B is 12 meters south of point A. Point C is 24 meters east of point B. Point D is 8 meters south of point C. Point D is 12 meters east of point E and point F is 8 meters north of point E.If a man has to travel to point E from Point A (through these points by the shortest distance), which of the following points will he pass through first ?##### Hint

Sol. (11-12) :

- Question 12 of 17
##### 12. Question

**Directions**(Q. 11-12) : Point B is 12 meters south of point A. Point C is 24 meters east of point B. Point D is 8 meters south of point C. Point D is 12 meters east of point E and point F is 8 meters north of point E.If a man is standing facing north at point C, how far and in which direction is point F ?##### Hint

Sol. (11-12) :

- Question 13 of 17
##### 13. Question

**Directions**(Q. 13-14) : Point D is 14 m towards the West of point A. Point B is 4 m towards the South of point D. Point F is 9 m towards the South of point D. Point E is 7 m towards the East of point B. Point C is 4 m towards the North of point E. Point G is 4 m towards the South of point A.Which of the following points are in a straight line ?##### Hint

Sol.(13-14):

Points B, E, G and A, C, D are in a straight line. - Question 14 of 17
##### 14. Question

**Directions**(Q. 13-14) : Point D is 14 m towards the West of point A. Point B is 4 m towards the South of point D. Point F is 9 m towards the South of point D. Point E is 7 m towards the East of point B. Point C is 4 m towards the North of point E. Point G is 4 m towards the South of point A.A is in which direction with respect to C ?##### Hint

Sol.(13-14):

A is towards East of C. - Question 15 of 17
##### 15. Question

**Directions**(Q. 15-17) : Farmer Batuk Singh has a larger square field divided into nine smaller square fields, all equal, arranged in three rows of three fields each. One side of the fields runs exactly east-west. The middle square must be planted with rice because it is wet. The wheat and barley should be continuous so that they can be harvested all at once by the mechanical harvester. Two of the field should be planted with soyabeans. The north westernmost field should be planted with peanuts and the southern third of the field is suitable only for vegetables.If Batuk Singh decides to plant the wheat next to the peanuts, in which square will the barley be ?##### Hint

Sol. (15-17) :

Since Wheat and Barley should be continuous, therefore, Barley will be planted in the square immediately north east of the rice field. - Question 16 of 17
##### 16. Question

**Directions**(Q. 15-17) : Farmer Batuk Singh has a larger square field divided into nine smaller square fields, all equal, arranged in three rows of three fields each. One side of the fields runs exactly east-west. The middle square must be planted with rice because it is wet. The wheat and barley should be continuous so that they can be harvested all at once by the mechanical harvester. Two of the field should be planted with soyabeans. The north westernmost field should be planted with peanuts and the southern third of the field is suitable only for vegetables.Which square cannot be planted with wheat ?##### Hint

Sol. (15-17) :

The square immediately west of the rice field cannot be planted with wheat. - Question 17 of 17
##### 17. Question

**Directions**(Q. 15-17) : Farmer Batuk Singh has a larger square field divided into nine smaller square fields, all equal, arranged in three rows of three fields each. One side of the fields runs exactly east-west. The middle square must be planted with rice because it is wet. The wheat and barley should be continuous so that they can be harvested all at once by the mechanical harvester. Two of the field should be planted with soyabeans. The north westernmost field should be planted with peanuts and the southern third of the field is suitable only for vegetables.Which square cannot be planted with soyabeans?##### Hint

Sol. (15-17) :

The square immediately north east of the rice square cannot be planted with soyabeans.