# Daily Puzzle Questions (01-02-2021)

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## Daily Puzzle Questions In English Practice Sets :

### Daily Puzzle Targets :

Puzzle 1

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are seated in a straight line, but not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing South while four are facing North.

(NOTE: Same direction means if one person is facing north, then the other also faces north and if one person is facing south, then the other person also faces south. Opposite direction means if one person is facing north, then the other person faces south and vice versa).

E faces south. Only three people sit to the left of E. Only two people sit between E and B. F sits third to the right of H. H is an immediate neighbour of neither E nor B. H does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line. Both the immediate neighbours of D face north. D is not an immediate neighbour of H. Only one person sits between D and A. A is sitting at any of the extreme ends and faces the same direction as H. The immediate neighbours of B face opposite directions. Persons sitting at extreme ends face opposite directions. C faces the direction opposite to that of D and is the neighbour of E.

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Puzzle 2

A certain number of people are sitting in a linear row and are facing the north direction.

A sits third to the right of B who sits at an extreme end of the row. One person sits between A and C. More than seven people sit between A and E. Three people sit between C and K who is not a neighbour of B. The number of people sit to the left of A is same as the number of people sit between K and H. The number of people between C and A is one less than the number of people between I and E. I sits to the immediate left of H. J sits second to the right of E and sits at the extreme end

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