Daily Puzzle Questions (25-07-2020)

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Puzzle 1

Pinki, Pamela, Pampa, Panita, Pallavi, Padmini, Padma and Parnita are eight girls in a class. Three of them play basketball, three play badminton and two of them play boxing. Each one of them has a different height.

The tallest does not play boxing and the shortest does not play basketball. Padmini is taller than Pinki and Panita but shorter than Parnita and Pamela. Pallavi, who does not play basketball, is taller than Pamela and is second according to height. Padma is shorter than Panita but taller than Pinki. Parnita, who is the fourth from the top, plays badminton with Panita. Padma does not play either basketball or boxing. Pamela does not play boxing.

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Puzzle 2

There are 8 children – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who live on different floors of a 8-floor building numbered 1 to 8 not necessarily in the same order. They have different chocolates – 11, 16, 19, 25, 34, 41, 46, and 50 again not necessarily in the same order.

The one who lives on the 6th floor has 25 chocolates. One child lives between F and the one having 25 chocolates. G lives below F on an even-numbered floor. G does not have 25 chocolates. The one having 46 chocolates lives just above G. Two children Live between F and H. H lives below F. The total number of chocolates with D and H is a multiple of 4. Two children live between A and the one having 41 chocolates. A lives above G. The one having 41 chocolates live above A. B has 34 chocolates. The one having 11 chocolates lives just above the one having 16 chocolates. 1 child lives between C and E. The difference between the number of chocolates with E and G is 6.

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Puzzle 3

Eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, and W are sitting around a rectangular table in such a way that four of them sit at four corners, who are facing towards center, and rest four who sits at the middle of the side, are facing outside. They all are different ages- 25, 18, 32, 7, 36, 40, 21 and 15. Each of them likes different types of Cadbury dairy milk chocolates- Fruit & Nut, Tropical Mango, Caramel, Oreo, Silk, Roast Almonds, Crackle, and Bubbly.

The age of S is multiple of 5. R likes Roast Almonds and sits at the corner. Only two persons sit between R and the one who is 21years old. The one who likes Tropical Mango sits third to the right of the one who is 7years old. The one who is 25years old likes Silk and sits at the corner. V sits second to the left of the one who is 21 years old. S sits second to the left of the one who likes Tropical Mango. T is the oldest person in the group. Q likes Fruit & Nut and sits third to the right of S. The one who likes Bubbly sits opposite to V. The one who likes Silk sits second to the left of the one who likes Oreo. U sits second to the right of W. The one who likes Crackle sits second to the right of the one who is 32 years old. R is older than Q who is not the third oldest person of the group. The one who is 7 years old does not sit at the corner.

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