II. Box B is just above D. Two boxes are between D and E. Box F is just below box E. III. Two boxes are between E and G. Box C is above box F. A. I and II B. II and III C. Either I and III or II and III D. Any of two E. All of them 134. Read the paragraph and answer the questions given below: The building owners wants the rent control by government to be removed. They say that the rent will increase but it will be for a short time. The increased rent will lead to more investment in real estate and lead to more number of residential buildings. Thus, the increased supply will lower the rent rapidly.
23 So, removing the rent control will lower the rent. Which of the assumption if true will seriously damage the argument? A. The increase in rent is necessary due to inflation and economic crisis. B. The probability that income from rent will be fully invested in more real estate and constructions. C. Government introduced rent control to prevent exploitation due to lack of proper housing especially to people migrating to cities. D. The demand will remain the same but the supply will increase. E. None of the above Direction (135-136):Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: Twelve persons A, C, F, H, I, J, K, L, Q, S, T and W are sitting in two squares, such that the larger square have middle and corners seats. The smaller square has only middle seats. The persons sitting on larger square are facing towards the centre and person sitting on smaller square are facing outside the centre. The smaller square is embedded in the larger one. A, who is sitting at one of corners, is sitting second to the right of F. L and S have only one member between them. The one, who is sitting opposite to T, is second to right of J. C and K are immediate neighbors, such that one of them is sitting at one of the middle seat. I is sitting third to the left of Q, who is sitting at one of the middle seat. J is not immediate member of either of K or A. W faces K. H has same members between him and J as between person A and I. W is sitting second to the right of T, who is immediate left of S, who is sitting in smaller square. (Note: The person sitting on Middle seat means that the person is in between two corner seats). 135. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given seating arrangement and thus form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to group? 136. Who faces opposite to the person who is sitting second to the left of Q in smaller square? A. T B. L C. S D. H E. J Direction (137-138):Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. There are equal number of males and females in a family. Family members are A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H. There are also three married couples in the family and two of them are children. F is the sister-in-law of G. G is the daughter of B. A is the son of H and brother of G. F is the mother of C. C is the niece of G. D is the brother-in-law of A. A is the father of E.
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