# Daily Puzzle Questions (04-12-2019)

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# IBPS Clerk & LIC Assistant Mains Targeted Puzzles

Puzzle 1

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are born in different months January, March, April, June, September, July, October and November of the same year. They all are like different fruits viz., Apple, Banana, Cherry, Guava, Kiwi, Mango, Orange and Papaya but not necessary in the same order.

Only two persons are born between the one who likes Cherry and E, who was born in July. H was born immediately before the one who likes Cherry.Only one person was born between the one who likes Apple and G, who born in one of the months which has odd number of days. As many persons born before the one who likes Apple is same as the persons born after the one who likes Guava.The one who likes Kiwi born immediately after C. Two persons are born between A and the one who likes Kiwi. A does not like Guava. Three persons are born between D and the one who likes Orange. G neither likes Papaya nor likes Orange. As many persons born between F and the one who likes Banana is same as the persons born between the one who likes Papaya and F.

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Puzzle â€“ 2

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people in each row with equal distance from each other. In row-1, A, B, C, D and E are sitting and facing south while in row-2, J, K, L, M and N are sitting and facing north. They all are like different colours viz., Violet, Pink, Blue, White, Red, Maroon, Maroon, Black, Orange and Yellow but not necessary in the same order.

The one who likes Blue faces the person who sits third to the right of N. Only one person sits between B and the one who likes Blue. The one who likes Green sits opposite to the person sits second to the right of the one who likes Violet. Only one person sits between J and the one who likes Violet. The one who likes Yellow sits second to the left of C. The one who likes Pink sits third to the right of the one who likes Orange. D sits opposite to the one who likes Pink. D does not like Green. Only one person sits between M and the one who faces the person who likes Red. B does not like Red. The one who likes Black sits opposite to the person who sits second to the left of E. L is not an immediate neighbour of M. E does not like Maroon.

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Puzzle 3

Eight boxes A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are kept one above another in a stack. The boxes were in different colours viz., Violet, White, Red, Blue, Purple, Green, Yellow and Orange but not necessary in the same order.

The Yellow coloured box is kept immediately below the box H. Only one box is kept between the box G and D. Only two boxes are kept between the box F and the Orange coloured box. Not more than two boxes are kept above the box F, which is does not kept at the topmost. Only one box is kept between the box E and the Purple coloured box, which is kept below the box E. As many boxes are kept below the Purple coloured box is same as the boxes kept above the box H. The box E is kept below the box F. Two boxes are kept between the box B and the Green coloured box, which is kept below the box B. Box E is not in Green colour. More than three boxes are kept between the box H and the Violet coloured box. The White coloured box is kept immediately below the box C. The box D is not in Orange colour. Box C is in neither Red colour nor Blue colour. Box H is not in Red colour.

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Puzzle â€“ 4

Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a square table in such a way that four of them are sitting at the corners and four of them are sitting at middle of the sides of the table. They belongs to different cities in India viz., Goa , Patna, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Kochi, Pune and Noida but not necessary in the same order. The persons who are sitting at the corners of the table are facing centre of the table and remaining of them are facing away from the centre.

The one who belongs to Chennai sits third to the right of Q, who does not faces away from the centre. Only one persons sits between Q and T. The one who belongs to Pune sits second to the right of V and both of them are does not sit next to Q and T. S is an immediate neighbour of V and belongs to Kochi. S does not sit opposite to the one who belongs to Chennai. P sits opposite to the one who belongs to Noida. The one who belongs to Mumbai sits to the immediate right of the one who belongs to Noida. The one who belongs to Delhi sits second to the right of W. R does not belong to Pune. Q does not belong to Goa.

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Puzzle â€“ 5

Eight persons B, J, K, M, S, T, V and W are living on a eight storey building in such a way that the ground floor is numbered one, the above one is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. They all are teachers of the different subjects viz., Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Civics, Economics, Botany, Zoology and Computer but not necessary in the same order.

Only one person living is living between the one who is a Botany teacher and S, who lives on the fourth floor. Three persons are living between V and the one who is a Civics, who lives below V. The one who is a Civics teacher lives on the odd numbered floor. Only one person lives between V and the one who is a Computer teacher. The Computer teacher lives immediately below J. B lives immediately below the one who is a Economics teacher. As many persons living above the one who is a Physics teacher is same as the persons living below the one who is a Economics teacher. B is neither Botany teacher nor Chemistry teacher. Two persons are living between M and the one who is a Maths teacher. Only one person lives between W and the one who is a Chemistry teacher. T does not like Maths.

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