A) One | B) Two |

C) Three | D) Four |

Explanation:

Above is the table obtained from the given information in the passage.

There are two people (B & G) live between the floors on which D and the one having a car Bedford.

A) CDBAEF | B) DCBEAF |

C) BCDAEF | D) DCEBFA |

Explanation:

**(D) **By now, most know that Google is about far more than search.**(C)** Gmail, Google maps, and Blogger are used widely.**(B)** But those apps are just a hint of what this Internet behemoth offers **(E)** under the hood of its famous search engine.**(A)** Here’s a rundown of some useful Google gems that **(F)** you may not know about, but probably should.

A) P & M | B) N & K |

C) K & L | D) P & Q |

Explanation:

Monday - N - Yellow

Tuesday - L - White

Wednesday - O - Red

Thursday - Q - Orange

Friday - M - Blue

Saturday - P - Grey

Sunday - K - Black

From the above table,

**K & L** visits Sunday & Tuesday and their favourite colors are Black and white respectively.

A) 34215 | B) 35241 |

C) 35214 | D) 34251 |

Out of 4 fruits, any 3 are chosen by 4 families.So the combinations are

Apple - A Cherries - C Banana - B Grapes - G

1) ACB

2) ACG

3) BCG

4) GAB

By 2nd condition, Miller family uses either i)ACB or ii)ACG

Now we have Robin, Mandy and Miller who uses apples (ACB,ACG,GAB)

while Miller and Mandy both uses A and C. That leaves GAB for Robin.

By 3rd condition Flure uses either C or G. So if we leave out the terms containing both C and G, we are left with ACB and GAB

Now, for the time being let's suppose Robin is not a Flure.

So ACB is taken by Flure.

So ACG has to be Miller and that leaves BCG to be Clark. So we get Robin - Jacob(GAB).

By 4th and 2nd conditions Erica and Mandy belong to the first two. That leaves Stacy - Clark(BCG).

By 2nd condition Mandy is not a Miller, so we get Mandy - Flure(ACB) and that leaves Erica - Miller(ACG).