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Mains Level Puzzle :
Eight People – Aarti, Gita, Sakshi, Divya, Manisha, Anjali, Lata, and Mona live in eight different floors of the building (but not necessarily in the same order). The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two, and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. Each one of them likes different colors which are – Pink, Red, Green, Yellow, Brown, Orange, Black, and Blue (but not necessarily in the same order.
Anjali lives an odd-numbered floor above the floor numbered four. Only one person lives between Anjali and the one who likes Green. Only three people live between Divya and the one who likes Orange color. Sakshi lives at one of the odd numbered floors above the one who likes orange. Only two people live between Sakshi and the one who likes Pink color. The one who likes Black colour lives immediately above Lata. Lata likes neither Orange nor Pink color. The number of people living above Anjali is same as the number of people living between Anjali and Divya. Manisha does not like Black color. Only three people live between Lata and Aarti. The one who likes Blue color lives immediately above the one who likes Red color, but not on the topmost floor. Only one person lives between the one who likes Blue color and Mona. Only one person lives between Gita and the one who likes Brown color.
Eight friends i.e. R, T, X, S, M, B, D and Z are playing different games and represent their own different countries on world level. Different games are Football, Cricket, Basketball, Rugby, Hockey, Volleyball, Tennis and Badminton, but not necessarily in the same order. Different countries are India, Germany, Singapore, France, Scotland, Australia, China and South-Africa, but not necessarily in the same order.
T represents Germany. D plays Basketball but does not belong to South Africa. Z does not play Badminton. X plays Cricket and the one who represents India is B. S does not represent South-Africa and China. R represents Scotland. The one who represents Germany plays Tennis. The one who represents Australia does not play Basketball and Hockey. The one who plays Badminton represents France. S plays Hockey. The one who represents South Africa plays either Rugby or Basketball. R and Z do not play football. The one who plays Hockey does not represent China.
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