Daily Puzzle Questions (13-01-2020)

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Puzzle 1

14 exams are held on different days of a week starting from Sunday. Each day 2 exams are held in 2 different slots – 10am, 4pm.

 

Chemistry exam is scheduled immediately on the next day when Punjabi exam is held. Only 4 exams are held between English and Maths. Biology exam is scheduled immediately before Maths. Only 2 exams are held between Punjabi and Social Science. Geography and GK exams are held in same slot. 7 exams are held between History and Geography. Hindi exam is scheduled on Wednesday. Computer and GK exams are scheduled on the same day. Science exam is held immediately after Maths exam. One of the exam conducted is of Sanskrit. There are 2 exams between exams of Biology and Physics. Number of exams held before Science exam is equivalent to number of exams held after Punjabi exam. English exam is scheduled immediately after Hindi exam and both are scheduled on the same day.

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Puzzle 2

Four friends – Sajal, Shivangi, Suhail and Sujata conduct seminars at 4 different places – Chandigarh, Delhi, Lucknow and Meerut in 4 different slots – 10:00am, 2:00pm, 6:00pm and 10:00pm on first 4 days of week starting from Monday. Neither a friend conducts more than 1 seminar in a day nor a friend conducts a seminar more than once at the same place.

Seminar at Chandigarh is scheduled at 10:00pm daily. Sajal attends seminar in Meerut at last among his friends. Sujata conducts seminar in Delhi and Lucknow on Monday and Thursday respectively. Suhail is first among his friends to conduct seminar in Meerut. Seminar in Meerut on all days of week are scheduled neither at 10:00am nor at 2:00pm. Shivangi conducted seminar in Chandigarh neither on Monday nor on Thursday. Sajal attends 2 seminars consecutively (i.e one is conducted in last slot of the day and other one is conducted in the first slot of next day). Seminar in Lucknow is scheduled after seminar in Delhi on each day. Sujata does not attend seminar in Meerut on Tuesday.

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Puzzle 3

In a sports meet, different teams – Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Mustard, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Violet, White and Yellow play different games – Archery, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Javelin Throw, Kabaddi, Kho Kho, Long jump, Ludo, Table tennis, Tambola and Volleyball in different time slots – 8:00am, 12:00pm and 3:00pm on different days of week – Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Kabaddi is played before Volleyball. Team pink plays Kho Kho. Tambola is played on the same day on which Long Jump is organized. Archery is played by neither Brown nor violet team. Team purple plays Basketball at 12:00pm. Only 2 teams play between Green and white teams. There are 3 teams which play between Yellow and Green team. Team yellow does not play Ludo. Badminton is played by Mustard team. Ludo is played in the last slot of last day of week. Number of games played between Table Tennis and Long jump is equivalent to the number of games played between Badminton and Javelin Throw. Both Table tennis and Long jump are played before Cricket. Archery is played immediately before Tambola. Team Black plays Table Tennis. Team Red plays Cricket on Wednesday in third slot. Number of teams playing before Long jump is equivalent to number of teams playing after Team yellow. Javelin Throw is played by team blue immediately before Ludo. Number of games played before Cricket is equivalent to number of games played after Badminton.

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Puzzle 4

In Delhi University, there are six friends who live in same building of hostel. Those six friends are K , L , O , M , N and P live in eight different floors of building (but not necessarily in the same order). Two of the floors in the building are vacant. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two, and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. Each one of them also likes a different brands of shoes, namely Adidas, Lee cooper, Reebok, Bata, Puma and NIKE (but not necessarily in the same order).

The number of floors above O is same as the number of floors between O and M. There are two persons live between those who like Sonia and the one who lives immediate below from K. The one who lives on even number floor and a multiple of 6 likes Obama. O lives an odd numbered floor above the floor numbered four. There are three people live between the two vacant floors. Only three floors between M and the one who likes Bata. The one who lives on odd number floor likes Modi and Nitishbut the one who likes modi lives above the one who likes Nitish. The one who likes Puma lives immediately above P. Only three floors between P and K. The one who likes NIKE lives immediately above the one who likes Adidas. L lives immediately above the one who likes Reebok. The number of floors between O and the one who likes LEE COOPER is only one. The one who likes LEE COOPER immediately below the one of the vacant floors. The floor number of the vacant floors are even – number. Only two floors are there between the one who likes NIKE and Bata. L lived immediately below the one of the vacant floors and not on the ground floor. L neither lived on floor number 5 nor floor number 3. The one who likes Lee cooper live on one of the floors below the floor number 4. M likes Akhilesh. There are three floor between the one who like Rahul and Reebok.

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Puzzle 5

A certain number of boxes are kept one above the other in such a way that the box at bottom is numbered 1 and above it is numbered 2 and so on.

Box B is kept at the top and is placed immediately above J. Box Q is placed immediately above R. Number of boxes that can be kept between T and S is equal to that of boxes that can be kept between T and U. There are atmost 3 boxes that can be kept between P and T. Box J is placed above S. Only 3 boxes are kept between S and J. There are 4 boxes that can be kept between R and T. Only 1 box is kept between R and H. H is placed below R. Equal Number of boxes are kept between R and I as that in P and T. Both Q and R are placed adjacent to neither S nor U. Only 2 boxes can be kept between A and B. Only 4 boxes can be kept between P and Q. Not more than 7 boxes are kept between S and U. There are not more than 15 boxes in the arrangement.

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