Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:

Eight members viz. Aadarsha, Bajrang, Chaitan, Dahi, Ehit, Faarin, Ganak and Hameer of a society went for shopping. Each of them spent in the multiples of Rs. 250 i.e., Rs.250, Rs.500/- …. up to Rs.2000/- not necessarily in the same order. After shopping, they went to a restaurant and all of them sat on a circular table facing the centre.
The one who spent Rs.1750 is three places to the right of Dahi. The difference in the amounts spent by Hameer and Ehit is maximum possible and they are sitting opposite to each other. Ganak spends more than Bajrang. There is exactly one person between Chaitan and the one who spends Rs. 250 and Chaitan is not adjacent to Dahi. Only for one pair of persons who are sitting opposite to each other, the difference between their spending is Rs.1000. Aadarsha spends Rs.750 and is adjacent to the person who spends least. The one who spends Rs.1250 is three places to the left of Ehit, who sits three places to the left of Dahi. Aadarsha sits sixth to the left of Faarin and there are exactly two persons sitting between Faarin and Hameer. The difference between the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate right is same as the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate left.
Important for :
1
Which one of the following persons spent Rs. 1000?
» Explain it
B
Bajrang spent Rs. 1000.

Option B, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Common explanation:

Reference:

The one who spends Rs.1250 is three places to the left of Ehit, who sits three places to the left of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The one who spent Rs.1750 is three places to the right of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The difference in the amounts spent by Hameer and Ehit is maximum possible and they are sitting opposite to each other.

Inference:

The maximum possible difference is 2000 – 250 = 1750, therefore one of them had spent 20 and another one spent 2000.

Reference:

There is exactly one person between Chaitan and the one who spends Rs.250/- and Chaitan is not adjacent to Dahi.

Inference:

Either Ehit or Hameer spent Rs. 250, and Chaitan had not been to the adjacent position of Dahi, therefore, Chaitan spent Rs. 1750.

Reference:

Aadarsha spends Rs.750/- and is adjacent to the person who spends least.

Inference:

The one who spent Rs. 250, spent least amount and Aadarsha spent Rs. 750 and is adjacent to the one who spent Rs. 250 i.e. Hameer or Ehit, but there is no place where Aadarsha can be fitted adjacent to Hameer, therefore, Ehit spent the least amount.

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

Aadarsha sits sixth to the left of Faarin and there are exactly two persons sitting between Faarin and Hameer.

Inference:

Case 1 fails here, as in case 1 the position of Faarin and Hameer is coming out to be adjacent but as per the given condition there should be two persons between them.

Case 2:

Reference:

Only for one pair of persons who are sitting opposite to each other, the difference between their spending is Rs.1000/-
The difference between the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate right is same as the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate left.

Inference:

As per the first point of the above given references, there is only one pair with the difference of Rs. 1000 in their money spent, so Dahi and Faarin must had spent Rs. 500 and Rs. 1500 but not necessarily in the same order.

As the difference between the Money spent by Dahi and its immediate neighbor is same both side, so Dahi must had spent Rs. 1500 and Faarin had spent Rs. 500 and the immediate left one of Dahi had spent Rs. 1000.

Reference:

Ganak spends more than Bajrang.

Inference:

So, Ganak must be the one who spent Rs. 1250 and Bajrang must be the one who spent Rs. 1000.

Final arrangement:

2
Who sits opposite to Aadarsha?
» Explain it
C
Ganak sits opposite to Aadarsha.

Option C, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Common explanation:

Reference:

The one who spends Rs.1250 is three places to the left of Ehit, who sits three places to the left of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The one who spent Rs.1750 is three places to the right of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The difference in the amounts spent by Hameer and Ehit is maximum possible and they are sitting opposite to each other.

Inference:

The maximum possible difference is 2000 – 250 = 1750, therefore one of them had spent 20 and another one spent 2000.

Reference:

There is exactly one person between Chaitan and the one who spends Rs.250/- and Chaitan is not adjacent to Dahi.

Inference:

Either Ehit or Hameer spent Rs. 250, and Chaitan had not been to the adjacent position of Dahi, therefore, Chaitan spent Rs. 1750.

Reference:

Aadarsha spends Rs.750/- and is adjacent to the person who spends least.

Inference:

The one who spent Rs. 250, spent least amount and Aadarsha spent Rs. 750 and is adjacent to the one who spent Rs. 250 i.e. Hameer or Ehit, but there is no place where Aadarsha can be fitted adjacent to Hameer, therefore, Ehit spent the least amount.

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

Aadarsha sits sixth to the left of Faarin and there are exactly two persons sitting between Faarin and Hameer.

Inference:

Case 1 fails here, as in case 1 the position of Faarin and Hameer is coming out to be adjacent but as per the given condition there should be two persons between them.

Case 2:

Reference:

Only for one pair of persons who are sitting opposite to each other, the difference between their spending is Rs.1000/-
The difference between the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate right is same as the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate left.

Inference:

As per the first point of the above given references, there is only one pair with the difference of Rs. 1000 in their money spent, so Dahi and Faarin must had spent Rs. 500 and Rs. 1500 but not necessarily in the same order.

As the difference between the Money spent by Dahi and its immediate neighbor is same both side, so Dahi must had spent Rs. 1500 and Faarin had spent Rs. 500 and the immediate left one of Dahi had spent Rs. 1000.

Reference:

Ganak spends more than Bajrang.

Inference:

So, Ganak must be the one who spent Rs. 1250 and Bajrang must be the one who spent Rs. 1000.

Final arrangement:

3
Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and form a group. Find the one which does not belong to that group.
» Explain it
E
Dahi and Bajrang are not sitting opposite to each other hence are alike in the group.

Option E, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Common explanation:

Reference:

The one who spends Rs.1250 is three places to the left of Ehit, who sits three places to the left of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The one who spent Rs.1750 is three places to the right of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The difference in the amounts spent by Hameer and Ehit is maximum possible and they are sitting opposite to each other.

Inference:

The maximum possible difference is 2000 – 250 = 1750, therefore one of them had spent 20 and another one spent 2000.

Reference:

There is exactly one person between Chaitan and the one who spends Rs.250/- and Chaitan is not adjacent to Dahi.

Inference:

Either Ehit or Hameer spent Rs. 250, and Chaitan had not been to the adjacent position of Dahi, therefore, Chaitan spent Rs. 1750.

Reference:

Aadarsha spends Rs.750/- and is adjacent to the person who spends least.

Inference:

The one who spent Rs. 250, spent least amount and Aadarsha spent Rs. 750 and is adjacent to the one who spent Rs. 250 i.e. Hameer or Ehit, but there is no place where Aadarsha can be fitted adjacent to Hameer, therefore, Ehit spent the least amount.

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

Aadarsha sits sixth to the left of Faarin and there are exactly two persons sitting between Faarin and Hameer.

Inference:

Case 1 fails here, as in case 1 the position of Faarin and Hameer is coming out to be adjacent but as per the given condition there should be two persons between them.

Case 2:

Reference:

Only for one pair of persons who are sitting opposite to each other, the difference between their spending is Rs.1000/-
The difference between the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate right is same as the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate left.

Inference:

As per the first point of the above given references, there is only one pair with the difference of Rs. 1000 in their money spent, so Dahi and Faarin must had spent Rs. 500 and Rs. 1500 but not necessarily in the same order.

As the difference between the Money spent by Dahi and its immediate neighbor is same both side, so Dahi must had spent Rs. 1500 and Faarin had spent Rs. 500 and the immediate left one of Dahi had spent Rs. 1000.

Reference:

Ganak spends more than Bajrang.

Inference:

So, Ganak must be the one who spent Rs. 1250 and Bajrang must be the one who spent Rs. 1000.

Final arrangement:

4
Find the sum of the money spent by Ganak and Chaitan?
» Explain it
A
Ganak and Chaitan together spent Rs. 3000.

Option A, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Common explanation:

Reference:

The one who spends Rs.1250 is three places to the left of Ehit, who sits three places to the left of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The one who spent Rs.1750 is three places to the right of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The difference in the amounts spent by Hameer and Ehit is maximum possible and they are sitting opposite to each other.

Inference:

The maximum possible difference is 2000 – 250 = 1750, therefore one of them had spent 20 and another one spent 2000.

Reference:

There is exactly one person between Chaitan and the one who spends Rs.250/- and Chaitan is not adjacent to Dahi.

Inference:

Either Ehit or Hameer spent Rs. 250, and Chaitan had not been to the adjacent position of Dahi, therefore, Chaitan spent Rs. 1750.

Reference:

Aadarsha spends Rs.750/- and is adjacent to the person who spends least.

Inference:

The one who spent Rs. 250, spent least amount and Aadarsha spent Rs. 750 and is adjacent to the one who spent Rs. 250 i.e. Hameer or Ehit, but there is no place where Aadarsha can be fitted adjacent to Hameer, therefore, Ehit spent the least amount.

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

Aadarsha sits sixth to the left of Faarin and there are exactly two persons sitting between Faarin and Hameer.

Inference:

Case 1 fails here, as in case 1 the position of Faarin and Hameer is coming out to be adjacent but as per the given condition there should be two persons between them.

Case 2:

Reference:

Only for one pair of persons who are sitting opposite to each other, the difference between their spending is Rs.1000/-
The difference between the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate right is same as the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate left.

Inference:

As per the first point of the above given references, there is only one pair with the difference of Rs. 1000 in their money spent, so Dahi and Faarin must had spent Rs. 500 and Rs. 1500 but not necessarily in the same order.

As the difference between the Money spent by Dahi and its immediate neighbor is same both side, so Dahi must had spent Rs. 1500 and Faarin had spent Rs. 500 and the immediate left one of Dahi had spent Rs. 1000.

Reference:

Ganak spends more than Bajrang.

Inference:

So, Ganak must be the one who spent Rs. 1250 and Bajrang must be the one who spent Rs. 1000.

Final arrangement:

5
Find the second multiple of the amount spent by the person who sits second to the left of Hameer?
» Explain it
B
Second multiple of the amount spent by the person who sits second to the left of Hameer is 2000.

Option B, is hence the correct answer.

Final arrangement:

Common explanation:

Reference:

The one who spends Rs.1250 is three places to the left of Ehit, who sits three places to the left of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The one who spent Rs.1750 is three places to the right of Dahi.

Inference:

Reference:

The difference in the amounts spent by Hameer and Ehit is maximum possible and they are sitting opposite to each other.

Inference:

The maximum possible difference is 2000 – 250 = 1750, therefore one of them had spent 20 and another one spent 2000.

Reference:

There is exactly one person between Chaitan and the one who spends Rs.250/- and Chaitan is not adjacent to Dahi.

Inference:

Either Ehit or Hameer spent Rs. 250, and Chaitan had not been to the adjacent position of Dahi, therefore, Chaitan spent Rs. 1750.

Reference:

Aadarsha spends Rs.750/- and is adjacent to the person who spends least.

Inference:

The one who spent Rs. 250, spent least amount and Aadarsha spent Rs. 750 and is adjacent to the one who spent Rs. 250 i.e. Hameer or Ehit, but there is no place where Aadarsha can be fitted adjacent to Hameer, therefore, Ehit spent the least amount.

Two cases arise here:

Case 1:

Case 2:

Reference:

Aadarsha sits sixth to the left of Faarin and there are exactly two persons sitting between Faarin and Hameer.

Inference:

Case 1 fails here, as in case 1 the position of Faarin and Hameer is coming out to be adjacent but as per the given condition there should be two persons between them.

Case 2:

Reference:

Only for one pair of persons who are sitting opposite to each other, the difference between their spending is Rs.1000/-
The difference between the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate right is same as the amount spent by Dahi and the one to its immediate left.

Inference:

As per the first point of the above given references, there is only one pair with the difference of Rs. 1000 in their money spent, so Dahi and Faarin must had spent Rs. 500 and Rs. 1500 but not necessarily in the same order.

As the difference between the Money spent by Dahi and its immediate neighbor is same both side, so Dahi must had spent Rs. 1500 and Faarin had spent Rs. 500 and the immediate left one of Dahi had spent Rs. 1000.

Reference:

Ganak spends more than Bajrang.

Inference:

So, Ganak must be the one who spent Rs. 1250 and Bajrang must be the one who spent Rs. 1000.

Final arrangement: