Ranking & Comparison 2 | Hamaraguru

Ranking & Comparison 2 | Hamaraguru

11. In a row, Sohan is 10th from left, and Bhupesh is 13th from right, and there are four persons in between Sohan and Bhupesh, then find the maximum and the minimum number of persons in the row. 
a)27,18    
b)27,17
c)30,15    
d)30,19

 

12. Amena is 16th from the left end in a row of girls and Vijaya is 18th the from the right end. Ganga is 11th from Amena towards the right and 3rd from Vijaya towards the right end. How many girls are there in the given row?
a)40    
b)42
c)48    
d)41
e)None of these

13. In a row of girls, Sunidhi and Heena occupy the 9th place from the right end and 10th place from the left end, respectively. If they interchange their places, Sunidhi and Heena occupy 17th place from the right and 18th place from the left, respectively. How many girls are in the row?
a) 25    
b) 26
c) 27    
d) Data inadequate
e) None of these

14. In a queue, Rahul is 14th from the front, and John is 17th from the end, while Alisha is sitting between Rahul and John. If Rahul be ahead of John and there be 48 persons in the queue. How many persons are there between Alisha and Rahul?
a)8    
b)7
c)6    
d)5
e)None of these
 
15. In a class of 60, girls are twice as that of boys, Paul ranks 17th from the top. If there are 9 girls above Paul. How many boys after him in rank?
a)3    
b)7
c)12    
d)23
e)32

16. In a row of boys, Trinath is 7th from the left and Venkatesh is 12th from the right. If they interchange their positions, Trinath becomes 22nd from the left. How many boys are there in the row?
a)19    
b)31
c)33    
d)34

17. 14 students are standing in a row from left to right. After interchanging their positions, the first student goes at 14th place; the second student goes at 13th place, the third student go at 12th and so on. If ‘A’ was at the ninth position before the change, then after changing he would be at which place?
a)5th from right    
b)6th from right
c)5th from left    
d)6th from left

18. 13 students are standing in a horizontal row from left to right. If all the odd-numbered students in a row are shifted to the successive odd-numbered positions, what will be the position of a boy, who was seventh in the row initially?
a)5th from left    
b)5th from right
c)8th from left    
d)9th from right

19. In a row of forty children, Q is fourteenth from the left end, and there are sixteen children between Q and M. What is M’s position from the right end of the row? 
a)11th    
b)10th
c)30th    
d)Data inadequate    
e)None of these

20. In a row of boys facing north, Sudhansh is twelfth from his left. When shifted to his right by 4 places, he becomes eighteenth from the right end of row. How many boys are there in the row? 
a)32    
b)33
c)34    
d)Data inadequate    
e)None of these

Answer Key:
11. b    
12. e    
13. b    
14. a    
15. c
16. c    
17. d    
18. c    
19. a    
20. b