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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. Each box has some eatable item in it. Some boxes can be empty too.
There are 2 boxes kept between B and E, which contains Eclairs. There are 3 boxes between box of Sugar and Elaichi and both are kept below C. There are atmost 5 boxes between E and C, which has Kurkure in it. Box of Maggi is placed at bottom. Box H contains Lays. None of the box is placed adjacent to C. Number of boxes kept between B and C is same that of boxes kept between B and D. Both G and H are placed somewhere below B. Box E is placed below B. Only 2 boxes are kept between box of Maggi and Eclairs. Box B is not kept adjacent to Box C. Number of boxes kept between D and G is equivalent to the number of boxes between E and H. Box D is placed below C. Only box A, containing Chocolates is placed between box of Sugar and Dairy Milk. Box I is placed below H. Box containing dairy milk is placed adjacent to box of Eclairs.
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. Each box is of different color.
More than 1 empty box is placed in the arrangement. Box U is not placed at the top. A is placed below T but above S. Brown coloured box is placed immediately above Red coloured box. Neither S nor R is silver coloured. Box W is not red coloured. Brown box is placed immediately below box S. Silver coloured box is placed at top. Equal number of boxes are kept between P and Q as that in R and S. More than 7 boxes can be kept between Q and silver coloured box. Box Q is green coloured. There are 5 boxes between P and silver coloured box. Box T is white colored. Blue coloured box is placed above Brown colored. Box which is of white color is placed between R and the top most box. Box P is placed immediately above Red colored. Boxes that can be placed above P are 1 more than boxes that can be placed below P. Yellow colored box is placed at the bottom. Equal number of boxes are kept between T and A as in R and U. Box A is pink colored. Only Mustard and Magenta colored boxes are placed between A and P. One of the box placed is V. Box Y is yellow colored.
7 books are stacked one above the other in such a way that the box at bottom is numbered 1 and top most box is numbered 7. These books are of different subjects – Biology, English, Hindi, Literature, Maths, Punjabi and Science. Each book has a thickness – 11mm, 22mm, 33mm, 44mm, 55mm, 66mm and 77mm. These are covered by different colored papers – Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Pink, Red and Violet.
There are 2 books between Violet and Blue colored books. Biology book is placed at top of the stack having thickness 77mm and is covered by pink paper. There are 2 books between Science and book having 11mm thickness. Science book is placed above book having 11mm thickness. 1 book is placed between Hindi and book having 44mm thickness. Hindi book is placed somewhere above 44mm book. Punjabi book is placed somewhere below the book having 55mm thickness. There are 2 books between Punjabi and book having 55mm thickness. Book having 33mm thickness is placed immediately above book having 55mm thickness, which is covered by violet paper. The book covered by a black paper is placed at the bottom of the stack. There are 2 books between English and Literature. Literature book having 22mm thickness is covered by Green paper. Science book is kept immediately above Literature book.
12 friends – A, B, C, D, G, H, I, J, P, Q, S and Z celebrate their birthdays on 5th, 15th and 25th of 4 different months – January, February, March and April.
Atleast 5 persons celebrate their birthdays between I and J. D celebrated his birthday after A. P celebrates his birthday after both Q and S. Both B and C celebrate their birthday in a month having 31 days but there is a gap of 20 days between the birthdays of B and C. Only 2 persons celebrate their birthday between A and D. 4 persons celebrate their birthday between Q and S. Number of people celebrating their birthday before Z is equivalent to number of people celebrating their birthday after H. Person who celebrates his birthday on 15th March celebrates immediately after G. J attends his birthday before A. Only 3 persons celebrated their birthday between A and Z. Number of persons celebrating their birthday before C is equivalent to number of persons celebrating their birthday after I. A celebrated his birthday on 15th of a month having less than 30 days.
A certain number of people celebrate different festivals in 4 various months having exactly 30 days. They celebrate the festivals on different dates which are exactly divisible by 7.No 2 persons celebrate same festival. Each person celebrates only a single festival in a year. There are atleast 2 days (in this given arrangement) on which no festival is celebrated.
D and R celebrates their festivals on same dates of different months. K celebrates Lohri in last week of a month. Dussehra is celebrated by G fourteen days prior to Diwali. One of the person is W. Durga Puja is celebrated either immediately before or immediately after Navratre. Christmas is celebrated by J. Both Pongal and Shivratri are celebrated on same dates. Only 4 festivals celebrated between the festivals of S and H, who celebrates Raksha Bandhan(also one day no festival is celebrated between them). Number of persons celebrating after J is equivalent to number of persons celebrating before A, who celebrates Ashtami. Eid is celebrated in third week of April by M. J and B celebrate their festivals in same months but no one else celebrate their festival in that month, also J and B not celebrate their festival on consecutive days. No festival is celebrated between Dussehra and Diwali. Holi is celebrated in 2nd week of April. B celebrates Bhai Dooj on 14th of a month. 2 people celebrate their festivals between K and P, who celebrates Navratre. S celebrates Diwali in last week of September. X does not celebrate Holi.
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