## Team Formation Questions and Answers Part-2

Data for Questions 1 to 5 : A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are travelling in three different vehicles.There are at least two passengers in each vehicle—Maruti, Santro, Opel, and only one of them is amale. There are two engineers, two doctors and three teachers among them.
i. C is a lady doctor and she does not travel with the pair of sisters A and F.
ii. B, a male engineer, travels with only G, a teacher in a Maruti.
iii. D is a male doctor.
iv. Two persons belonging to the same profession do not travel in the same vehicle.
v. A is not an engineer and travels in a Santro

1. What is F’s profession?
a) Engineer
b) Doctor
c) Teacher

Explanation:

Since C and D are doctors and A is not an engineer, hence, A is a teacher.
Since A travels in a Santro, C will travel in an Opel. Also, A and F will be together. Given A and Fare pair of sisters, both are females.
In a Maruti, only two persons B & G travel, so G is a female. Two persons belonging to the same profession do not travel in the same vehicle, so D travels in a Santro. There are two doctors, two engineers and three teachers and persons of the same profession do not travel in the same vehicle, so F is an engineer. And E is a male teacher.
Hence, Option (a) is correct

2. In which vehicle does C travel?
a) Maruti
b) Santro
c) Opel

Explanation: The answer is Opel. Option (c) is correct (Refer explanation of Question 1)

3. Which of the following represents the three teachers?
a) GEF
b) GEA
c) GBF

Explanation: The answer is GEA. Option (b) is correct (Refer explanation of Question 1)

4. How many Iady members are there among them?
a) Three
b) four
c) Three or four

Explanation: The answer is four. Option (b) is correct (Refer explanation of Question 1)

5. Which of the following is not correct ?
a) E-Male-Teacher
b) B-Male-Teacher
c) A-Female-Teacher
d) All are correct

Explanation: Option (d) is correct (Refer explanation of Question 1)

Data for Questions 6 to 11 : Ten students— A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and J are chosen to represent their college in four sports— tennis, badminton, table tennis and snooker. The badminton team has one student less than the tennis team. A, B and C are not tennis players, individually or as a group. D, E and F are not in badminton team individually or as a group. G, H and I are not in the tabletennis team, individually or as a group. J is a table tennis player. None of the students is a snooker player.

6. Which of the following students could be table tennis players?
a) J, B & G
b) J, C & F
c) J , D, E & F
d) J, B, C & D

Explanation:
Looking at the options, the only possible solution is option (b) (as Table Tennis should be an odd number of people as Tennis + Badminton is 2n–1)

7. Of those listed, what is the largest possible number of students who could be table tennis players?
a) 6
b) 7
c) 9

Explanation: If Table Tennis players are 7 in number then,
n + n – 1 = 3
2n = 4
n = 2. This is possible

8. If no other student except I is in the badminton team, which of the following students could be tennis players?
a) D and H
b) F and E
c) E and G
d) G and H

Explanation: Going through options we find that the only possibility is G and H as we would need 7 people to be Table Tennis players in such a case.

9. If the table tennis team has one member, who of the following must be a tennis player?
a) A
b) B
c) D
d) G

Explanation: If the Table-Tennis team has just one member J, then the Tennis team will surely have D, E and F as players

10. If G, H and C are the only students in the badminton team, which three must be the only students who are table tennis players?
a) A, B and J
b) A, D and J
c) B, E and J
d) B, F and J

Explanation: A,B and J would then be definitely Table Tennis players

11. If A and G are the only badminton players, how many students must be in the table tennis team?
a) 2
b) 3
c) 5
d) 6