Each of the six sections, U, V, W, X, Y and Z of the same class has different number of students. Only Z has more number of students than X. V has more number of students than Y but less than U. W has more number of students than both the both Y and U. The section having the third highest number of students has 39 students. Y has 24 students.

**If the number of students in sections W + Z is sixty-six more than the number of students in section Y, how many of students are there in section Z?**- 31
- 46
- 51
- 55
- 45

Answer: Option C.

According to statement given

No. of students in increasing order in sections are, YAlso, Y= 24 and W= 39.

W+Z = 66 + Y;

Z = 66+ Y – W = 66+ 24 – 39 = 51**How many students does section V possibly have?**- 39
- 43
- 55
- 31
- 14

Answer: Option D.

We know that, Y< V < U < W; also Y=24, W=39. So it must lie between these values.

Only option that is possible is 31.**Which of the following is true regarding the number of students in section U?**- No other section has less students than U.
- X has more number of students than U.
- U possibly has 45 students
- U has more number of students than only three sections.
- None of these

Answer: Option B.

By the inequality, Y<v<u<w<x<z

Option B is true.**DIRECTIONS for questions 4 to 6: Read the given information carefully and answer the question.****I. 15x**^{2}+ 26x + 8 = 0**II. 25y**^{2}+ 15y + 2 = 0- X < Y
- X > Y
- X
__>__Y - X
__<__Y - X = Y or no relation can be established

Answer: Option D.

X = -4/3, -2/5

Y = -1/5, -2/5

X≤Y**I. 6x**^{2}– 19x + 15 = 0

II.5y^{2}– 22y + 24 = 0- X < Y
- X > Y
- X
__>__Y - X
__<__Y - X = Y or no relation can be established

Answer: Option A.

X = 1.5, 1.67

Y = 2, 2.4

X < YCommScope Preparation Links**I.4x**^{2}– 12x + 5 = 0

II.4y^{2}– 8y + 3 = 0- X < Y
- X > Y
- X
__>__Y - X
__<__Y - X = Y or no relation can be established

Answer: Option E.

X = 0.5, 2.5

Y = 0.5, 1.5

X = Y or no relationship.**DIRECTIONS for questions 7 to 10: Study the following information to answer the given question.**

Eight friends, C, D, E, F, L, M, N and O are seated in a straight line, but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing north while some face south.

Only three people sit to the right of M. E sits second to the left of M.

F sits third to the right of O. O is not an immediate neighbour of M. O does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line.

Both the immediate neighbours of O face south.

D sits second to the right of N.

As many people sit between M and D as between M and L.

Immediate neighbours of F face opposite directions ( i.e. if one person faces north then the other person faces south and vice-versa.)

L and F face direction opposite to C (i.e. If C faces north then both L and F face south and vice-versa.)

Persons sitting in the extreme ends of line faces opposite directions.**Which of the following is true, based on the given arrangement?**- D faces north.
- B. Only three people face south
- L sits at one of the extreme ends of the line
- O and E face the same directions
- None of the given options is true

Answer: Option D.

O and E face the opposite direction.D O N M F E L C South North South South South North South North **How many people sit to the left of O?**- Three
- More than four
- One
- Four
- Two

Answer: Option CD O N M F E L C South North South South South North South North **Who amongst the following faces north?**- E
- M
- F
- N
- D

Answer: Option A.D O N M F E L C South North South South South North South North **Who amongst the following sits second to the left of L?**- O
- F
- D
- No one as less than two people sit to the left of L
- N

Answer: Option D.

No one as less than two people sit to the left of LD O N M F E L C South North South South South North South North