Important Linear Seating Arrangement Puzzle Quiz for SBI PO 2019 and IBPS PO 2019 | Reasoning Puzzles PDF at Smartkeeda

Directions: Study the following information to answer the given questions.
 
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H – from eight different fields viz. Agriculture, Banking, Business, Army, Medicine, Navy, Software and Teaching sit in two different rows, four persons in each facing each other but not necessarily in the same order. The following information is given.
 
(a) B and the person from Teaching are adjacent to each other and one among them sits at one of the ends.
 
(b) The person from Banking and G are opposite each other. H is not from Banking.
 
(c) Either C or the person from Navy sits at one of the ends and both sit in the different rows.
 
(d) Only one person sits to the left of G.
 
(e) H who is not from Medicine is the neighbour of the persons from Army and Software.
 
(f) The person from Business who is not D is adjacent to A and opposite E, who faces north.
 
(g) C sits to the right of the person from Army.
» Explain it
C
The following common explanation, we get "Agriculture".
 
H is from the field of Agriculture.
 
Hence, option C is correct.

Final arrangement:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South Facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 
Reference:

(b) The person from Banking and G are opposite each other. H is not from Banking.

(d) Only one person sits to the left of G. 

(e) H who is not from Medicine is the neighbour of the persons from Army and Software.

(g) C sits to the right of the person from Army. 


Inference:

Following two are the possible cases in which the above hints can be used.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking    
Person   H    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H  
Field     Banking  
 
Reference: 

(a) B and the person from Teaching are adjacent to each other and one among them sits at one of the ends.

(c) Either C or the person from Navy sits at one of the ends and both sit in the different rows.


Inference: 

Here we can see that in both the cases , C is siting at an extreme end and only one out of C and the one who works in Navy sits at  one of the extreme ends.

Thus the one related to Navy will sit in the middle of the row where people are facing south because his/her row is different from that of C.

As we can see that there are no two adjacent vacant seats in the row facing North, thus B and the person from teaching will sit in the other row in case 1 and vice versa in case 2.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking Navy Teaching
Person   H B  
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person   B H  
Field Teaching Navy Banking  
 
Case 1A When G faces North
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Reference: 

(f) The person from Business who is not D is adjacent to A and opposite E, who faces north.

Inference:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person   A B D
North facing Person   G H C
Field E Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
[Eliminated] E faces South
South facing Field C H G E
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person D B A  
Field Teaching Navy Banking Business
 
Case 1A When G faces North
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Hence the arrangement will be completed from Case 1 in the following manner.

Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 
2
Who among the following are at the ends of the row?
» Explain it
D
The following common explanation, we get "The person from Teaching, E".
 
The person from Teaching, E are at the ends of the row among the given options.
 
Hence, option D is correct.

Final arrangement:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South Facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 
Reference:

(b) The person from Banking and G are opposite each other. H is not from Banking.

(d) Only one person sits to the left of G. 

(e) H who is not from Medicine is the neighbour of the persons from Army and Software.

(g) C sits to the right of the person from Army. 


Inference:

Following two are the possible cases in which the above hints can be used.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking    
Person   H    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H  
Field     Banking  
 
Reference: 

(a) B and the person from Teaching are adjacent to each other and one among them sits at one of the ends.

(c) Either C or the person from Navy sits at one of the ends and both sit in the different rows.


Inference: 

Here we can see that in both the cases , C is siting at an extreme end and only one out of C and the one who works in Navy sits at  one of the extreme ends.

Thus the one related to Navy will sit in the middle of the row where people are facing south because his/her row is different from that of C.

As we can see that there are no two adjacent vacant seats in the row facing North, thus B and the person from teaching will sit in the other row in case 1 and vice versa in case 2.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking Navy Teaching
Person   H B  
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person   B H  
Field Teaching Navy Banking  
 
Case 1A When G faces North
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Reference: 

(f) The person from Business who is not D is adjacent to A and opposite E, who faces north.

Inference:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person   A B D
North facing Person   G H C
Field E Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
[Eliminated] E faces South
South facing Field C H G E
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person D B A  
Field Teaching Navy Banking Business
 
Case 1A When G faces North
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Hence the arrangement will be completed from Case 1 in the following manner.

Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 
3
» Explain it
C
The following common explanation, we get "The person from Banking".
 
A, the person from Banking, sits opposite the person from Army.
 
Hence, option C is correct.

Final arrangement:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South Facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 
Reference:

(b) The person from Banking and G are opposite each other. H is not from Banking.

(d) Only one person sits to the left of G. 

(e) H who is not from Medicine is the neighbour of the persons from Army and Software.

(g) C sits to the right of the person from Army. 


Inference:

Following two are the possible cases in which the above hints can be used.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking    
Person   H    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H  
Field     Banking  
 
Reference: 

(a) B and the person from Teaching are adjacent to each other and one among them sits at one of the ends.

(c) Either C or the person from Navy sits at one of the ends and both sit in the different rows.


Inference: 

Here we can see that in both the cases , C is siting at an extreme end and only one out of C and the one who works in Navy sits at  one of the extreme ends.

Thus the one related to Navy will sit in the middle of the row where people are facing south because his/her row is different from that of C.

As we can see that there are no two adjacent vacant seats in the row facing North, thus B and the person from teaching will sit in the other row in case 1 and vice versa in case 2.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking Navy Teaching
Person   H B  
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person   B H  
Field Teaching Navy Banking  
 
Case 1A When G faces North
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Reference: 

(f) The person from Business who is not D is adjacent to A and opposite E, who faces north.

Inference:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person   A B D
North facing Person   G H C
Field E Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
[Eliminated] E faces South
South facing Field C H G E
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person D B A  
Field Teaching Navy Banking Business
 
Case 1A When G faces North
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Hence the arrangement will be completed from Case 1 in the following manner.

Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 

4
Who is from banking field?
» Explain it
B
In the following common explanation we can say that A is from Bnaking field.
 
Hence, option C is correct.

Final arrangement:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South Facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 
Reference:

(b) The person from Banking and G are opposite each other. H is not from Banking.

(d) Only one person sits to the left of G. 

(e) H who is not from Medicine is the neighbour of the persons from Army and Software.

(g) C sits to the right of the person from Army. 


Inference:

Following two are the possible cases in which the above hints can be used.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking    
Person   H    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H  
Field     Banking  
 
Reference: 

(a) B and the person from Teaching are adjacent to each other and one among them sits at one of the ends.

(c) Either C or the person from Navy sits at one of the ends and both sit in the different rows.


Inference: 

Here we can see that in both the cases , C is siting at an extreme end and only one out of C and the one who works in Navy sits at  one of the extreme ends.

Thus the one related to Navy will sit in the middle of the row where people are facing south because his/her row is different from that of C.

As we can see that there are no two adjacent vacant seats in the row facing North, thus B and the person from teaching will sit in the other row in case 1 and vice versa in case 2.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking Navy Teaching
Person   H B  
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person   B H  
Field Teaching Navy Banking  
 
Case 1A When G faces North
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Reference: 

(f) The person from Business who is not D is adjacent to A and opposite E, who faces north.

Inference:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person   A B D
North facing Person   G H C
Field E Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
[Eliminated] E faces South
South facing Field C H G E
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person D B A  
Field Teaching Navy Banking Business
 
Case 1A When G faces North
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Hence the arrangement will be completed from Case 1 in the following manner.

Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 
» Explain it
D
The following common explanation, we get C sits opposite to D.
 
Hence, option D is correct.

Final arrangement:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South Facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 
Reference:

(b) The person from Banking and G are opposite each other. H is not from Banking.

(d) Only one person sits to the left of G. 

(e) H who is not from Medicine is the neighbour of the persons from Army and Software.

(g) C sits to the right of the person from Army. 


Inference:

Following two are the possible cases in which the above hints can be used.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking    
Person   H    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H  
Field     Banking  
 
Reference: 

(a) B and the person from Teaching are adjacent to each other and one among them sits at one of the ends.

(c) Either C or the person from Navy sits at one of the ends and both sit in the different rows.


Inference: 

Here we can see that in both the cases , C is siting at an extreme end and only one out of C and the one who works in Navy sits at  one of the extreme ends.

Thus the one related to Navy will sit in the middle of the row where people are facing south because his/her row is different from that of C.

As we can see that there are no two adjacent vacant seats in the row facing North, thus B and the person from teaching will sit in the other row in case 1 and vice versa in case 2.
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field   Banking Navy Teaching
Person   H B  
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person   B H  
Field Teaching Navy Banking  
 
Case 1A When G faces North
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     H B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Reference: 

(f) The person from Business who is not D is adjacent to A and opposite E, who faces north.

Inference:
 
Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person   A B D
North facing Person   G H C
Field E Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2 When G faces South
[Eliminated] E faces South
South facing Field C H G E
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person D B A  
Field Teaching Navy Banking Business
 
Case 1A When G faces North
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field Teaching Banking Navy  
Person   H B    
North facing Person   G H C
Field   Army Medicine Software
 
Case 2A When G faces South
[Eliminated] No place for E to sit
South facing Field C H G  
Person Software Medicine Army  
North facing Person     B  
Field   Navy Banking Teaching
 
Hence the arrangement will be completed from Case 1 in the following manner.

Case 1 When G faces North
South facing Field Business Banking Navy Teaching
Person F A B D
North facing Person Medicine G H C
Field E Army Agriculture Software
 

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