# Daily Puzzle Questions (10-04-2020)

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## Pre Level Puzzle :

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are staying on an eight storey building. Lowermost floor is numbered 1 and topmost floor is numbered 8. They belong to different countries i.e. Japan, India, Germany, US, China, Canada, Russia and France, not necessarily in the same order.

The number of person above F is one less than the number of person below F. Three persons are between F and the one who belongs to Canada. G belongs to France and staying on even numbered floor somewhere below F. The number of person below G is same as above H. B belongs to India and lives just below H. The number of person between B and A is same as A and G. More than two persons are between A and C. D belongs to Russia. Two persons are between E and the one who belongs to China. The one who belongs to Germany lives just above the one who belongs to US.

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## Mains Level Puzzle :

Certain number of persons are sitting in a circular manner all facing towards the centre. Distance between them increases in consecutive multiples of 4 in clockwise direction, such that the distance between the first person sitting and the last person sitting going towards anti-clockwise direction, is maximum. The circumference of the circle around which they are sitting is 260 m. It is known that 5 persons among them like different fruits among â€“ Guava, Apple, Mango, Kiwi and Litchi. Maximum distance between any two persons is not more than 48 m.

Number of persons between the one who likes Litchi and C, taken from left of C, is two more than number of persons between them when taken from right of C. Person who likes mango is sitting second to right of the one who likes Guava. Only one person sits between E and A (taken from left of A) and distance between A and E is 52m. C likes apple. Distance of A from its immediate neighbors is more than 30 m. Distance between D and the one who likes kiwi is 28 m. One who likes litchi sits next to neither one who likes guava nor one who likes kiwi. C is not immediate neighbor of the one liking mango. Distance between the one who likes mango and one who likes Kiwi is a multiple of 16. Number of persons sitting between D and E is equal to number of persons sitting between E and the one who likes guava, who is not D.

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