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Ten persons-P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, and Y are staying in a six-story hotel from the ground floor to the fifth floor. Each of them belongs to different state Assam, Bihar, Delhi, Goa, Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, and Rajasthan. There is at least one person on each floor and the number of persons staying on any floor is not more than three.
R is from Maharashtra and doesn’t stay below S. P is staying on the second floor with only one other person who is from Gujarat. W is from Assam and is staying on the fourth floor and does not stay with the one who belongs to Bihar. Y who is from Goa is staying alone on the first floor. The number of people staying above X is more than the number of people below X. V doesn’t belong to Gujarat and doesn’t stay with Y and neither does he stay on a floor which is adjacent to W’s floor. Two people are staying between the floors S and X are staying in and S is not below the one who is from Maharashtra. T is from Delhi and Q is from Bihar. X is from Rajasthan and stays alone. P is not from Punjab.
Puzzle – 2
Seven persons-A, B, C, D, E, F, and G buy books on different subjects-Sociology, Physics, Geography, Zoology, Botany, and English. They are studying in different universities-Delhi university, Pune university, Mumbai university, and AIIMS and for studying purpose they use internet services of different companies-Reliance jio, Aircel, Airtel, and Vodafone.
The persons who buy sociology book use the Internet connection of the same company and don’t study in the same university and are neither A nor G. F uses the internet connection of Aircel. D and F are studying in the same university and no one apart from them is studying there but they use the internet from different companies. The only person who is studying in Pune university uses Vodafone and is neither B nor C. D doesn’t use Reliance jio. The one who buys Botony book uses Reliance jio but not A. C buys an English book. One who studies from AIIMS and uses Reliance jio and is not B and also buys either Geography or Zoology book. The person who is from Delhi university doesn’t use Airtel’s Internet connection. Only one person studies in AIIMS. C doesn’t study in Mumbai university. F neither buys geography nor physics books.
Six horses A, B, C, D, E & F are made to stand in a row facing north & distance between 2 adjacent horses increases from left to right, in consecutive integral multiples of 4.
Distance between C & D is 60 m and only 2 horses stand between them. F sits immediate left of C. A sits somewhere to the right of F and distance between them is in multiples of six. The distance between C and B is 44 m. Horse A starts moving towards east, after moving 12 m, it turns to its right and walked 20m. Again it turns right and moves 60 m. From thereafter turning to its left and walking for a distance of 5 m, it comes to halt at a point M. Horse F moves in north direction for a distance of 20 m and then turn to its left and moves 26 m. After taking one more turn to its left it stops at a point N after walking 5 m. Horse D walks south and travel 10 m before turning to its left. After 24 m it takes right turn and walks 15 m and reaches point Q.
Puzzle – 4
Seven persons – Q, B, W, D, E, F, and G live on seven different floors (numbered 1 to 7) of a building but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them likes different colors, namely Red, Blue, Green, Black, Yellow, Orange, and White (but not necessarily in the same order). All of them decided to visit a particular place with their family on seven different days of a week starting from Monday to Sunday.
Q lives on an odd numbered floor but not on floor numbered 3. The one who likes yellow color lives on floor immediately above Q. Only two persons live between the one who likes yellow color and D. The one who likes green color lives immediately above W. The one who likes Yellow visited the place on one of the days before Thursday. The one who likes blue color lives on an odd numbered floors on one of the floors above D. B lives on one of the floors above E. Only three persons live between W and the one who likes blue color. The person who visited the place on Friday likes red Color. The one who likes red color lives on floor immediately above the one who likes white color. G lives on an odd numbered floor. E does not like green color. D visited the place on Sunday. Only one person lives between the floors of B and E. Neither of Q or W likes black color. The one who visited the place on Wednesday visited the place immediately after the one who likes blue color. The one who likes green color visited the place immediately before the one who lives on floor no 3. Two persons live between the floor no 4 and the person who visited the place on Wednesday. The one who visited the place on Wednesday is not W.
Puzzle – 5
There are 8 boxes viz. A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, and D2 which are in different colors viz. Red, Brown, Blue, Pink, Orange, Green, Black, and Purple but not necessarily in the same order. They are placed one above another; each contains different books and a certain number of Pens. The books were namely English, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Geography, History, Biology, and Mathematics. The number of Pens in each box is either a prime number or square number ranging from 10-40 but not more than one box has the same number of Pens.
The Brown box contains a certain number of Pens as same as the square of its position from Top. There are only two boxes between A1 and C1, which contains a History book. The number of Pens in C2 is one less than double the number of pens in B2. Neither D1 nor D2 contains an English book. The difference between the number of Pens in Red-colored Box and the total number of Pens in A2 and B1 is 10 Pens. The blue box contains a Biology book and the difference between the number of pens in the Blue colored box and the box which has a Physics book is 8 pens. The number of boxes above the box which contains the Geography book is as same as the number of boxes below D1. The Box which has the least number of Pens is in Black Colour. Neither Red box nor Purple box is in the topmost or lowermost position. There are two boxes between Brown and Orange colored boxes, such that the Brown box is in one of the positions below Orange colored box. The Pink box contains Geography books and is immediately below C1 and above C2. C1 is an orange-colored box and having 10 pens more than D1 which doesn’t have a Mathematics book. The number of boxes between the Black and Red-colored boxes is as same as the number of boxes between Red and Purple colored boxes. The box which has an Economics book has the 3rd highest number of Pens. The number of Pens in the A2 box is as same as the square of its position from bottom. D2 has pens in an even number and the difference between the number of Pens in a box immediately above D2 and below D2 is the same. Blue colored box is in an odd number of positions but not on the 3rd position from bottom. Both D2 and B1 are at the odd numbers of positions from the top and B1 is placed in one of the positions above D2.
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