Learn and practice the chapter "Seating Arrangement" with these solved Logical Reasoning Questions and Answers. Each question in the topic is accompanied by a clear and easy explanation, diagrams, shortcuts and tricks that help in understanding the concept.

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1. A, B, C, D, E and F, not necessarily in that order, are sitting at a round table. A is between D and F, C is opposite to D and D and E are not on neighboring chairs. Which one of the following pairs must be sitting on neighboring chairs?

a. A and B
b. C and E
c. B and F
d. A and C

Answer: b. C and E

Explanation:

In all possible arrangements C and E are neighbors

Directions: Read the following information to answer Questions 2-4.

P, Q, R, S, T and U are standing in a circle talking, facing inward. T is next to R who is standing 3 places away from S. P is standing 2 seats away from U.

2. Which of the following has to be true?

a. P is standing opposite to R
b. P is standing next to T
c. P is standing next to S
d. P is standing next to Q

Answer: c. P is standing next to S

Explanation:

3. Which of the following has to be true?

a. T is to the right of R
b. T is to the immediate left of S
c. R is to the immediate left of P
d. None of the above

Answer: d. None of the above

Explanation:

4. If U does not want to stand next to Q then

a. S will be next to T
b. T has to be next to P
c. S and T, both will be next to P
d. Q has to be next to P