# Daily Puzzle Questions (07-06-2021)

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## Daily Puzzle Questions In English Practice Sets :

### Daily Puzzle Targets :

Puzzle 1

Nine people P to X were born in nine different years, i.e., 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999, not necessarily in the same order. All the ages of the given persons have been calculated on the base year 2020.

Note: P is not 29 years old, Q is not 28 years old, R is not 27 years old and so on.

U is older than T and Uâ€™s age is an even number. S is two years younger than T. Number of persons younger than T is as same as the number of persons older than R. R is older than T. Three persons were born between V and X. Q is younger than P but older than W. Not more than three persons were born between V and W.

Solution :

Puzzle 2

8 friends â€“ AZ, BZ, CZ, DZ, EZ, FZ, GZ and PZ, are sitting in a row, facing different directions either north or south.

AZ is facing the opposite direction to that of GZ, PZ and CZ. GZ is sitting somewhere in the middle of the line. EZ is sitting two places away from one of the extreme ends. AZ is sitting three places away from EZ in left direction. Everyone is sitting to the left of FZ. BZ, who is not sitting near to AZ and EZ, faces north direction. PZ is sitting three places away from BZ. The persons sitting near to CZ, face the same direction. GZ is sitting two places away from DZ, in the right direction. DZ, who is facing north, is not sitting near to BZ.

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