# CAT Model Paper 5 Questions and Answers with Explanation Part 7

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Directions for Questions 31 to 33: Solve the questions given below on the basis on the following information:

There are six males A, B, C, D, E and F with professions Professor, Lawyer, Doctor, Engineer, Teacher and Businessman, not necessarily in that order. They sit around a circular table with six females L, M, N, P, Q and R who occupy Six chairs around the table, not necessarily in that order. Each male stands behind his female partner. The following information is also known:

A is two places away from F, who is two places to the right of the lawyer.

The Doctor is to the right of B and to the left of P.

E stands behind M and they are adjacent to R.

The Doctor stands behind L.

The Professor stands between A and E.

C is a Teacher and is standing adjacent to F, who is a Businessman.

Q: 31. What is the profession of partner?

(A) Teacher

(B) Lawyer

(C) Professor

(D) Engineer

Ans: (C)

Solution

In the diagram, the position of Q and N can be interchanged.

As can be seen from the diagram, P’s partner is D, who is a professor.

Hence, option C

Q: 32. Who is partner?

(A)

(B)

(C) R

(D) L

Ans: (R)

Solution

In the diagram, the position of Q and N can be interchanged.

As can be seen from the diagram, C’s partner is R.

Hence, option C

Q: 33. If C is not adjacent to N, then who is opposite Q?

(A) Teacher

(B) Professor

(C) Doctor

(D) Lawyer

Ans: (B)

Solution:

In the diagram, the position of Q and N can be interchanged.

If C is not adjacent to N, then D, who is a Professor, will be opposite to Q.

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Q: 34. The sentence below has two blanks followed by four pairs of words as choices. From the choices, select the pair of words that can best complete the given sentence.

_________ of the armed forces could yet be ________ if the military refuses to accept into service locally developed weaponry on the grounds that better equipment can be bought elsewhere.

(A) Indigenization, scuttled

(B) Globalisation, stopped

(C) Modernization, encouraged

(D) Transformation, stymied

Ans: (A)

Solution:

The sentence says that if the military refuses to accept locally made weaponry, then what?? Local goes with indigenization which means developing equipment at home rather than importing it from abroad. If the military does not accept this, indigenization plans with be stopped or scuttled, which means cannot be carried out. So Indigenization, scuttled. Stymied also means scuttled, but transformation is not as relevant as indigenization to locally developed weaponry.

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