## Matrix Arrangement

#### Matrix Arrangement

Direction: Four houses Blue, Green, Red and Yellow are located in a row in the given order. Each of the houses is occupied by a person earning a fixed amount of a salary. The four persons are Paul, Krishna, Laxman, and Som. Read the following instruction carefully:

I. Paul lives between Som and Krishna

II. Laxman does not stay in Blue house

III. The person living in Red house earns more than that of person living in Blue

IV. Salary of Som is more than that of Paul but lesser than that of Krishna

V. One of the person earns ₹ 80, 000

VI. The person earning ₹ 110,000 is not Laxman

VII. The salary difference between Laxman and Son is ₹ 30,000

VIII. The House in which Krishna lives is located between houses with persons earning salaries of 30,000 and ₹ 50,000

IX. Krishna does not live in Yellow house, and the person living in yellow house is not earning lowest salary among the four persons.

1. What is the salary earned by person living in Green house ?

1. The order of the house is given to us, it is Blue, Green, Red and Yellow, now it is given that Paul stay in between Som and Krishna hence Paul cannot stay at corner houses i.e in the blue and Yellow hose, the same thing applied for Krishna as well. Now from given condition about their salaries we can complete the following table:

Paul is living in green house and earning low salary.

##### Correct Option: A

The order of the house is given to us, it is Blue, Green, Red and Yellow, now it is given that Paul stay in between Som and Krishna hence Paul cannot stay at corner houses i.e in the blue and Yellow hose, the same thing applied for Krishna as well. Now from given condition about their salaries we can complete the following table:

Paul is living in green house and earning lowest salary.

Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight friends travelling in three different cars, viz, X, Y and Z with at least two in one car to three different places, viz, Delhi, Chandigarh and Agra. There is at least one female member in each car. D is travelling with G to Delhi but not in car Y. A is travelling with only H in car Z but not to Chandigarh. C is not travelling with either D or E. F and D are studying in the same only girl's college. H, B and G are studying in the same only boy's college.

1. Which of the following cars is carrying four people?

1. We can make this matrix based on the information given in the instruction.

##### Correct Option: E

Based on the matrix, (e) is the right answer

1. Which of the following combinations is correct ?

1. We can make this matrix based on the information given in the instruction.

##### Correct Option: E

Based on the matrix, (e) is the right answer

1. Which of the following represents the group of females ?

1. We can make this matrix based on the information given in the instruction.

##### Correct Option: D

Based on the matrix, (d) is the right answer

Direction: Four houses Blue, Green, Red and Yellow are located in a row in the given order. Each of the houses is occupied by a person earning a fixed amount of a salary. The four persons are Paul, Krishna, Laxman, and Som. Read the following instruction carefully:

I. Paul lives between Som and Krishna

II. Laxman does not stay in Blue house

III. The person living in Red house earns more than that of person living in Blue

IV. Salary of Som is more than that of Paul but lesser than that of Krishna

V. One of the person earns ₹ 80, 000

VI. The person earning ₹ 110,000 is not Laxman

VII. The salary difference between Laxman and Son is ₹ 30,000

VIII. The House in which Krishna lives is located between houses with persons earning salaries of 30,000 and ₹ 50,000

IX. Krishna does not live in Yellow house, and the person living in yellow house is not earning lowest salary among the four persons.

1. Which house is occupied by person earning highest salary ?

1. The order of the house is given to us, it is Blue, Green, Red and Yellow, now it is given that Paul stay in between Som and Krishna hence Paul cannot stay at corner houses i.e in the blue and Yellow hose, the same thing applied for Krishna as well. Now from given condition about their salaries we can complete the following table:

Krishna is living in red house.

##### Correct Option: B

The order of the house is given to us, it is Blue, Green, Red and Yellow, now it is given that Paul stay in between Som and Krishna hence Paul cannot stay at corner houses i.e in the blue and Yellow hose, the same thing applied for Krishna as well. Now from given condition about their salaries we can complete the following table:

Krishna is living in red house.