# Daily Puzzle Questions (19-07-2020)

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## Daily Puzzle Questions In English Practice Sets :

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Puzzle 1

There are eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H. They are born in different years â€“ 1965, 1972, 1978, 1984, 1986, 1993, 1997, and 2002. Their ages are with respect to the year 2017.

There is a difference of 6 years between F and G. G is younger than F. D was born before 1984. E is 15 years old. C is not 24 years old and he was born after H. The age difference between H and D is a multiple of 3. A is younger than B. B was born after F.

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Puzzle 2

There are 8 people â€“ A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H who stay on 5 floors (numbered 1 to 5) of a building. There are two flats on each of the five floors out of which two flats are vacant. The flats are numbered 1 and 2 on each of the floors and are left to right on the floor respectively. Flat no. 1 of the floor no. 2 is exactly above the flat no. 1 of the floor no. 1 and so on. So when it is said that A lives above B mean they share the same flat number. Flats that are empty do not have the same flat number.

H lives on flat number 1 of floor number 1. There is one floor between floors of H and C. C lives above H. B lives on the floor which is immediately above Câ€™s. E lives immediately above G. A and E share the same floor. There are 2 floors between A and D and they live in the same flat number. D lives on the flat which is immediately above an empty flat. Two of A, B, and F share the same flat number.

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Puzzle 3

Eight persons M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, and T sit around a round table. Four of them face inside and rest face outside but not necessarily in the same order. (By facing the opposite direction, we mean if one person faces inside then the other faces outside. By facing the same direction, we mean, if one faces inside then others also face inside). Each of them likes different types of biscuits viz. Oreo, Nimkin, Kreams, Parle-G, Golden Arcs, Krackjack, Monaco, and Festo but not necessarily in the same order.

N, who likes Kreams biscuits sits third to the right of S. Two people sit between P and S, neither of them likes Monaco and Festo biscuits. O, who likes Golden Arcs biscuits sits Opposite to P. The person who sits opposite to the one who likes Festo biscuits faces in the opposite direction as T. Q is not an immediate neighbor of N but sits third to the right of O. S sit second to the left of Q. O and M faces same direction. R, who doesnâ€™t like Krackjack sits to the immediate left of Q. M is not an immediate neighbor of O. The person who likes Krackjack sits third to the right of T. T doesnâ€™t like Festo and Parle-G biscuits. The one who likes Parle-G faces inside the center. Immediate neighbors of S faces in the opposite direction to each other. Q either likes Monaco biscuits or Nimkin biscuits. The person who likes Oreo biscuits sits opposite to the person who likes Monaco biscuits. The person who likes Nimkin is the immediate neighbor of the person who likes Festo.

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