This typesThis type consists of questions in which certain items belonging to different groups or possessing different qualities are given along with f
(i). P, Q, R, S, T and U are six students procuring their Master's degree in six different subjects -- English, History, Philosophy, Physics, Statistics and Mathematics.
(ii). Two of them stay in hoste, two stay as paying guest (PG) and the remaining two stay at their home.
(iii). R does not stay as PG and studies Philosophy.
(iv). The students studying Statistics and History do not stay as PG.
(v). T studies Mathematics and S studies Physics.
(vi). U and S stay in hostel. T stays as PG and Q stays at home.
Which of the following combinations of subject and places of stay is not correct ?
(I). T stays as PG; S stays in hostel.
U stays in hostel and Q stays at home.
Now, R does not stay as PG. So, P stays as PG.
Clearly, R stays at home.
(II). S studies Physics; R studies Philosophy and T studies Mathematics. Now, P who stays as PG does not study Statistics or History. So, P studies English.
|Place of stay||Subject
|Q||Home||Statistics or History|
|U||Hostel||Statistics or History|
Clearly the incorrect combination in English -- Hostel.