# Daily Puzzle Questions (15-02-2021)

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## Daily Puzzle Questions In English Practice Sets :

### Daily Puzzle Targets :

Puzzle 1

Seven Employees Neelam, Jyoti, Vartika, Punam, Payal, Aarati and Kanchan visit an institute on four days â€“ Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday â€“ in a week. At least one employee but not more than two employees visit the Institute on each of these days. Each of them is working in different professions â€“ HR, English Translator, Content writer, Counsellor, Content Manager, Hindi Translator, and Marketing Manager.

Neelam visits on Saturday with English Translator. The Content Manager does not visit on Sunday nor with Jyoti and Aarati. The Content Writer Vartika visits alone on Wednesday. Punam visits on Friday and she is not Content Manager. Payal visits on Friday. Aarti is not English Translator. The Content Manager visits with Counsellor. The HR visits on Saturday. Kanchan is neither Hindi Translator nor English Translator.

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Puzzle 2

There are six people A, B, C, D, E, and F, seating around a rectangular table facing outwards. Four of them are seating at the longer sides (two people on each of the longer side) and remaining are seating at the shorter sides (one person on each of the shorter side).

D and E are not immediate neighbours. A is sitting diagonally opposite to B. F and D sit diagonally opposite to each other. B is sitting second to the left of C, who is sitting at the shorter side of the table. E is sitting two places away from A.

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1. 1st puzzle and answer does not match