Directions (Qs. 1-4): Answer the questions on the basis of the following information.
Seven faculty members at a management institute frequent a lounge for strong coffee and conversation. On being asked about their visit to the lounge last Friday we got the following responses;
MC: I came in first, and the next two persons to enter were MS and JM. When I left the lounge, MP and MR were present in the lounge. MG left with me.
MP: When I entered the lounge with MR, MC was sitting there. There was someone else, but I cannot remember who it was.
JM: I went to the lounge for a short while, and met MC, MS and MG in the lounge on that day.
MS: I left immediately after JM left.
MG: I met MC, MS, MP and MR during my first visit to the lounge. I went back to my office with MC. When I went to the lounge the second time, MP and MR were there.
PK : I had some urgent work, so I did not sit in the lounge that day, but just collected my coffee and left. MP and MG were the only people in the lounge while I was there.
MR: No comments.

Question 1 :  Who were the last two faculty members to leave the lounge?
(a) MC and MG
(b) PK and MG
(c) MP and PK
(d) MP and MG

Question 2 :  Based on the responses, which of the two MP or MG, entered the lounge first?
(a) MP
(b) MG
(c) Both entered together
(d) Cannot be deduced

Question 3 :  Who was sitting with MC when MP entered the lounge?
(a) MS
(b) JM
(c) MG
(d) PK

Question 4 :  How many of the seven members did MR meet on Friday in the lounge ?
(a) 2
(b) 3
(c) 4
(d) 5

Answers and Explanations

Answers:

Answer 1 : (D)

Answer 2 : (B)

MC was the first to enter followed by MS and JM. Then JM and MS left the longue and MP, MR enter the longue. Now MC and MG left the lounge together and MG came back and met PK. So MG was the first to enter between MP or MG

Answer 3 : (C)

Similarly from above MG was sitting when MP entered.

Answer 4 : (B)

MR met with MG, MC and MP and the last two faculties to leave the longue are MP and MG.

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