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There are eight members in a family-Sonali, Nisha, Soha, Nidhi, Sania, Neha, Sonia, and Naman sitting around a circular table facing the direction opposite to the center.
Sania is sitting right to his father-in-law. Naman is the youngest member of the family and he is not the son of Sonali. Soha sits third to the left of Nisha. Nidhi sits fourth to the right of Naman and neither of them is an immediate neighbor of Soha. The head of the family, who is the oldest person in the family, is sitting between Nisha and her husband and her husband and that person is not Neha. Sonali, the son of Nisha is sitting to the immediate left of Nidhi. At present, there are only two couples in the family, and none of the couples are either one of the oldest or the youngest. Only one couple among the two is sitting together. Nidhi is an unmarried female.
Puzzle – 2
In a conference 8 people Naina, Reena, Shikha, Bhanu, Pallavi, Tina, Sheetal, and Diksha from different cities Karnataka, Haryana, Punjab, Kerala, Assam, Odisha, Goa, and Manipur not necessarily in same order sitting around a rectangular table. 3 persons are sitting on each longer side and each on the smaller sides.
Bhanu is sitting second to the right of the person who is from Manipur. Pallavi is sitting third to the left of the person who is from Odisha. Tina and Sheetal are sitting opposite each other. Shikha is sitting diagonally opposite the person from Goa. Reena is sitting opposite the person who is from Karnataka. The person from Kerala is sitting second to the right of the person from Assam and second to the left of Naina, who is not sitting near the person who is from Goa. Sheetal is sitting on the smaller side and to the right of the person who is from Goa. Persons from Assam and Kerala are not on the same side of the table. The person from Kerala is sitting third to the right of the person from Manipur, who is not sitting diagonally opposite the person from Haryana. The person from Kerala is third to the left of Shikha. Tina sits second to the left of Diksha. The person from Haryana sits opposite to the person from Assam
5 horses P, Q, R, S, and T are standing in a straight line but not necessarily in the same order. The distance between horses is a successive multiple of 3.
Distance between horses P and Q is a multiple of 11. Horse P is immediate left of Q. Distance between Q and R is 75m and only 1 horse is between them. Distance between horse S and T is a multiple of both 9 and 11 and horse S is to the left of T. Man gets down from horse S and moves for 10m in the north, take a right turn moves for another 50m and stops there at point A. Another man gets down from horse T and moves 10m south, takes a right turn, and moves for 49m and stops at point B.
Puzzle – 4
6 cars A, B, C, D, E, and F are parked in a straight line. Distance between each car is a successive multiple of 6.
Car C is parked to the right of A. Distance between cars F and C is 30m. Distance between A and B is multiple of both 5 and 6. Distance between cars A and C is multiple of 9. Distance between cars A and E is 36m. Car D is parked to the immediate left of A. No car is parked to the right of C. No car is parked between F and C. Car B moves 5m in the south direction, takes a right turn moves for another 10m, and stops at point S. Car C moves for 5m in the north and takes a left turn and moves for 54m and takes a right turn and moves for 5m more and stops at point J.
Puzzle – 5
There are 9 members in a family namely B, C, D, E, F, M, N, O, and P which has 3 generations. The number of males in the family is less than the number of females. None of them were couples. Each was born in different month viz. July, April, October, September, and January and in a different year viz. 1994, 1967, 1970, 1996, 1949, 1952, 1990, 1993 and 1976 not necessarily in same order. Not more than two members of a family were born in the same month.
D is the grandfather of E, who is a male. The eldest and youngest members of the family were born in the same month which has 31 days. There is a minimum 12-year difference between each generation. Two people were born on the same day of January and there is an age difference of 18 years between them. There is an equal number of males and females in the 1st and also in 3rd generation. P has 2 children and they were born in the age difference of 3 years with respect to only their years, not months. The person born in September is the only child of D, who is the elder brother of P. F is the niece of C, who is a male. C doesn’t have any children. In 2nd generation, the person born in January has 2 children who were born in the same month which has 31 days but in different years which are even. The people who were born in September don’t have any siblings. N is the only son of the person who is born in 1970. The people born in leap year were female. The people, who were born in a leap year, have birthday neither in July nor in September. O is the eldest child of M.
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