Daily Puzzle Questions (12-04-2020)

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Pre Level Puzzle :

There are seven Players — Ajinkya, Bhuvneshwar, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Ashwin and Suresh Raina. All of them are playing in a tournament in different Teams — Chennai, Mumbai, Rajasthan, Rajkot, Kolkata, Punjab and Hyderabad but not necessarily in the same order. Moreover, their teams are also sponsored by different service providers— Muthoot, India cements, Kingfisher, TCS, Paytm, Pepsi and Starsports.

Rohit Sharma, a Rajasthan player, does not sponsored by Muthoot. The one who is of the Punjab is sponsored by Paytm. Ajinkya does not sponsored by India cements while Bhuvneshwar, who is a Mumbai player, is sponsored by TCS. Shikhar Dhawan and Ashwin do not associate with Punjab. Shikhar Dhawan, a Kingfisher player, has Hyderabad team, while the person who is in Rajkot is sponsored by India cements. Virat Kohli is a Pepsi sponsored player, while Suresh Raina, who is not in Chennai, is a Muthoot sponsored player.

Solution :

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Mains Level Puzzle :

6 persons A to F are standing in a row facing north. They participated in the 3 rounds of the competition viz. Round I, round II and round III. Each person finished the round I with different rank from 1st to 6 th (1st being higher than 2nd which is higher than 3rd and so on) and same is true for round II and round III.

Only 1 person is standing between A and D, who finished round II with rank 4. D is standing to the immediate right of F. A is standing at the end of the row and he is standing adjacent to the one who finished round I and round II with first rank. B is standing to the immediate right of the person who finished round II with rank lower than D in round II. Rank of C was lower in round III than round I and lower in round I than round II. The rank of the person standing to the immediate right of E is 4 in round III. C never finished any round with either rank 4 or 6. Neither A nor E finished the round II with lowest rank. Rank of A is lower in round III than round II and lower in round II than round I. D finished his all rounds with even ranks. Only 2 persons finished the 2 different rounds with the same rank. No one finished all three rounds with same rank. The person who finished the round III with 1st rank is not standing 2nd to the right of D.

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