# Daily Puzzle Questions (28-05-2021)

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## Daily Puzzle Questions In English Practice Sets :

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Puzzle 1

Ten people i.e. Q, W, E, R, T, Y, U, O, P and S are sitting around a pentagon table. Five people sit at the corner of pentagon table and rest people sit at the middle of each side. The one who sits at corner of this table faces inside and the one who sits at side, faces outside.

Three people sit between E and R when counted from the right of E. W sits 2nd to the right of R. Not more than one people sit between W and S. P sits 2nd to the left of S and near to E. Two people sit between P and O where O sits at the corner. U sits 3rd to the right of O. Maximum two people sit between U and Q but Q does not sit to the immediate right of P. More than two people sit between S and Y from both sides.

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Puzzle 2

Nine people- J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q and R attend the seminar in three different months April, August and November on three different dates 3, 11 and 24. In a same month three people attend the seminar but on different dates.

O attends the seminar on 3rd August. Four people attend the seminar between O and L. Q attends seminars on an even-numbered date and in a month having an even number of days. Number of people attend the seminar after P is same as number of people attend the seminar before Q. Four people attend seminar between N and K where N attends the seminar before K. R attends the seminar in august. M attends the seminar on one of the dates after K.

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