Daily Puzzle Questions (03-01-2020)

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Puzzle 1

G, H, I, J, K, L, M and N are eight children of different school who select for a district level program. They are also from different house. They are living in a same 8-floor building. Only one student stays on one floor. The houses are Blue, Red, Pink, Green, Yellow, Black, Purple and White but not necessarily in the same order. The eight different schools are Alma mater, St. maria, St. bishop, St. francis, St. Conrord, St.Altus, St. mary and St. xaviers but not necessarily in the same order.

• L is from Green house and lives on the sixth floor. The person who is from Pink house study in St. francis and lives on the third floor. The student who is from Black house lives on the first floor.

• The student who studies in St. xaviers lives on the top floor. The student who is from Purple house lives between I and K. M is from Yellow house and N is from Blue house.

• The student who is from White house studies in St. Conrord and does not stay on the fifth floor. The student who studies in St. mary lives on the seventh floor.

• M does not live on the 8th or first floor. The person who is from Red house lives on the fifth floor.

• The student who is from Red house does not study in St. Altus.

• The one who study in St. bishop lives on an even-number floor.

• K is from Red house and H is from White house.

• J and the student from St. maria stay on even-numbered floors.

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Puzzle – 2

T, Q, G, A, S, I and C are seven friends working in three different organizations, i.e. X, Y and Z. Not more than three or less than two work in any of the organizations. Two of them have specialization in Finance and two in Marketing and one each in Computers, Electronics Engineering and HR. Three of them are females, one in each organization. The persons with same specializations don’t work together in any of the organizations.


(i) S works in organization Y and has specialized in Computers.
(ii) I works in organization X and has specialized in Finance.
(iii) None in organization Z has specialized in Finance.
(iv) Q works in organization Z with only C.

(v) G and A don’t work together.
(vi) T works with neither I nor G.
(vii) T has specialized in Marketing whereas her friend C has specialized in Electronics Engineering.
(viii) One of the females is an HR specialist. Q is not an HR specialist.
(ix) None of the females has specialized in Electronics Engineering.

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Puzzle 3

Seven students A, B, C, D, E, F and G are toppers of a class and are sitting in a row for a photo session. They all have scored different marks out of 50. The third rank holder is third to the left of sixth rank holder, who scored 7 marks less than the average marks of seven students but these two are not on the extreme ends. Marks of D are 36. B scored more marks than only three students and is seated fourth to the right of A, who is second topper and is seated on the extreme end of the row. Marks of C are 32 and 3 marks less than the average marks of all students. The seventh rank holder is second to the left of C, who is not third or sixth rank holder. Seventh rank holder scored more than 25. F is near to B but is not first rank holder. G is not the topper and topper scored 46 marks. Sum of the marks of first rank holder and seventh rank holder is equal to the sum of the marks of second and fifth rank holder.

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Puzzle – 4

Anamika, Anita, Shanti, Kirti, Sweety, Deepti, Sangeeta, Julie are sitting around a circular area at an equal distances between each other, but not necessarily in the same order. Five of them are facing outside (i.e.., in a direction opposite to the centre).

Anita sits third to left of Julie. Julie faces the centre. Deepti sits second to the right of Anita. Sweety sits second to the left of Kirti. Kirti is neither an immediate neighbor of Anita nor Julie. Both the immediate of Shanti face outside. Anamika is not an immediate of Julie. Immediate neighbours of Anamika face opposite direction .Anamika faces same direction as Anita (i.e.. if Anamika faces the centre then Anita also faces the centre and vice- versa).

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Puzzle – 5

Aakash, Piyush, Ronak, Manoj and Deepak are five friends their surnames are Bajaj, Sinha, Chawla, Shetty and Shukla. They all have different vehicles (cars) i.e., Audi, Mercedes, BMW, Nissan and Volkswagen and use five different mobile phones ie, Nokia, Sony, Samsung, HTC and Apple.

Deepak has either Nissan or Mercedes user but he is not Bajaj. Apple mobile is used by Mr. Chawla. Volkswagen car is used by Aakash but he does not have Sony or Nokia mobile. Ronak does not have Sony mobile. Manoj has HTC mobile and Nissan car. The person who has BMW car uses Apple mobile. Mr. Sinha has Volkswagen car and Mr. Shetty does not have Mercedes car. The surname of Ronak is not Bajaj, who has Audi car.

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