Direction Reasoning Question 1: Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. Read both the statements.

How far is Point S from Point T?

I. Point S is 5m north of Point K. Point G is 4m to the east of Point S. Point P is 2.5m to the north of Point G. Point R is 5.5m to the west of Point P. Point T is 2.5m to the south of Point R.

II. Point T is 5m to the east of Point Z which is 10m to the east of point L. Point S and G lie between Point Z and L, such that points Z, G, S and L form a straight line.

A. If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

B. If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

C. If the data either in statement I or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

D. If the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

E. If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

> As per the information provided in statement I, points are arranged as shown in the figure below: The distance between the points T and S = (5.5 – 4) m = 1.5 m. So, data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.

> It is not possible to find the distance between the points S and T using the information provided in statement II.

Therefore, A is the correct option.

Direction Reasoning Question 2: There are 6 cars P, Q, R, S, T, and U which are parked in a straight line. But adjacent cars cannot be alphabetically placed, like car P cannot be parked adjacent to car Q, car Q cannot be parked adjacent to car P and R and so on.

Distance between each car is successive multiple of 4.

The distance between cars P and Q is 60m. Car P is to the left of the car Q. There is one car between car P and car Q. The distance between cars Q and T is 84 m. Distance between cars R and U is a multiple of 3. Car U is parked somewhere right of car R.

From a point, car V moves 16 m east, takes a right turn, moves 12 m and stops at point Z. Point Z is 15 m north of car P.

If car U goes 7 m in the south direction, takes a left turn and moves 16 m, then it turns right and moves 5 m, next takes a left turn again and moves 22 m, then it reaches to point X.

1. How many cars are parked between cars P and S?

A. One

B. None

C. Three

D. Two

E. Four

2. What is the distance between car Q and Point X?

A. $13 m$

B. $2\sqrt{5} m$

C. $6\sqrt{2} m$

D. $14 m$

E. $6\sqrt{5}m$

3. Car R will have to move how much distance and in which directions to reach to car V?

A. 15 m North, 38 m East

B. 24 m East, 17 m North

C. 44 m East, 15 m North

D. 17 m North, 38 m East

E. 17 m North, 44 m East

4. Car S will have to move how much distance and in which directions to reach to car X?

A. 10 m West, 30 m South

B. 12 m South, 30 m West

C. 12 m South, 30 m East

D. 32 m West, 10 m South

E. 36 m West, 10 m South

5. If car V moves 28 m East from point Z, takes a right turn and stops at point Y after moving 17 m, then car Q is in which direction with respect to point Y?

A. North-west

B. South-east

C. Cannot be determined

D. North-east

E. South-west

> The distance between each car is successive multiple of 4. Distance between cars P and Q is 60m. Car P is to the left of Q. There is one car between car P and car Q. This arrangement would look like this: $4n + 4(n+1) = 60$

$n = 7$ > Distance between cars T and Q is 84m. > Distance between cars R and U is a multiple of 3. Car U is parked somewhere right of car R. > Adjacent cars cannot be alphabetically placed. > From a point, car V moves 16 m east, takes a right turn, moves 12 m and stops at point Z. Point Z is 15 m north of car P.

> Car U goes 7 m in the south direction, takes a left turn and moves 16 m, then it turns right and moves 5 m, next takes a left turn again and moves 22 m to reach point X. 2. Point X is 12m south and 6m east of the car Q. Therefore, the distance between car Q and point X =  $\sqrt{12^2 + 6^2} = 6\sqrt{5}m$