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1. Passage Reading 2. Verbal Logic 3. Non Verbal Logic 4. Numerical Logic 5. Data Interpretation 6. Reasoning 7. Analytical Ability 8. Basic Numeracy

Analytical Ability

252. Fiona, Georgia, Heather, Ian, John, Kilgore and Lumina are forming a line, trying to get tickets to a concert.
Fiona is standing in front of Ian.
John is standing in front of Heather.
If John is not first in line, Lumina is standing somewhere in front of him.
Ian is standing immediately in front of or immediately behind Kilgore.
If Heather, Kilgore and Lumina are the last three, not necessarily in that order, then which one of the following could be the order of the first four people (from left to right)?

(a) John, Fiona, Georgia, Ian
(b) Ian, Georgia, John, Fiona
(c) John, Fiona, Ian, Georgia
(d) Fiona, Ian, Georgia, John

253. Thomas and Sam work every other day (Monday through Saturday).
Thomas and Sam never work together.
Uma, Victor and Winona work twice a week (Monday through Saturday), but never together.
Thomas and Victor cannot both work on the same day.
Winona never works on Mondays or Fridays.
If Winona works only with Thomas, which one of the following must be true? explanation

(a) Winona is working on Tuesday or Saturday, but not both
(b) Victor is working on Monday and Wednesday
(c) Uma is working on two consecutive days
(d) Thomas is not working on Wednesday

254. A chef has to pick four fruits out of the following seven to make a fruit salad: figs, guavas, honeydews, kiwis, mangos, nectarines and papayas.
Papaya can be selected only if kiwi is selected.
Fig can be selected only if nectarine is selected.
Either mango or nectarine must be selected, but never both.
Either papaya or honeydew must be selected but never both.
If the salad does not contain honeydew, how many combinations of salad can the chef prepare?

(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) Four

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