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# Directions:- Study the following information carefully to answer the question given below. P, Q, R, S, T and M are six students of a school, one each in classes from I-VI. Each of them has a favourite colour from red, black, blue, yellow, pink and green, not necessarily in the same order. Q likes black and does not study in class IV or V. The one who studies in class IV does not like green. P studies in class II. M likes blue and does not study in class IV. The one who likes yellow studies in class VI. S likes pink and studies in class I. R does not study in class VI. Which of the following combinations is correct?

A
P - II - Yellow
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Q - III - Green
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S - I - Black
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D
T - V - Yellow
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E
None of the above
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Solution

## The correct option is E None of the aboveThere are six students of a school P, Q, R, S, T and M. They study in class I - VI. Each of them has a favourite colour. According to the question:- Q likes Black. P studies in class II. M likes Blue. S likes Pink and studies in class I. Now, the information can be represented in tabular form as. StudentsClassesFavourite coloursPII……Q……BlackR…………SIPinkT…………M……Blue The one who likes yellow studies in class VI and R does not study in class VI, so it is clear that, T studies in class VI. T → Class VI → Yellow Q does not study in class IV or V. It means that, Q study in class III. The one who studies in class IV does not like green and M does not study in class IV. So, R → Class IV → ? Definitely M studies in class V. The one who studies in class IV does not like green and R's favourite colour is red. So, P's favourite colour is green. Now, the tabular form of the information:- StudentsClassesFavourite coloursPIIGreenQIIIBlackRIVRedSIPinkTVIYellowMVBlue None of the above combination is true.

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