Daily Puzzle Questions (29-11-2020)

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Puzzle 1

Five friends M, N, O, P, and Q live in a five-story building, but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above it is numbered 2, and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 5.

Only three people live between M and N. The number of people lives between O and N is equal to the number of people live between O and M. Only three people live above Q. Only one person lives between P and Q. N doesn’t live on a floor above P.

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Puzzle 2

Eight people namely Elena, Caroline, Stephan, Demon, Tyler, Matt, Bonny, and Jeremy took a ride. The ride was in a circular shape of 8 seats. Some of the seats are facing the center of the ride and some of the seats are facing outward. The swing was moving through its center but the seats were not moving.

Bonny sat second to the right of Stephan. There were two persons between Stephan and Caroline. Bonny and Caroline were facing different directions (If Bonny was facing inward, then Caroline was facing outward and vice versa). There were three people between Demon and Tyler. Caroline sat second to the right of the Demon. Demon and Elena were not immediate neighbors of Matt. Tyler sat second to the right of Elena. Both Jeremy and Tyler were facing the direction opposite to Stephan. Jeremy sat to the immediate right of Caroline. Stephan was sitting second to the right of Matt, who was facing the center of the swing.

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