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There are eight friends, namely Ravi, Anish, Atul, Ajay, Devansh, Rohit, Mukul and Pranav, sitting around a circular table facing the centre. All of them own a different model of Samsung phones, as C7, A3, J2 Pro, J7, A8, J5, ON PRO and S6, but not necessarily in the same order.
Pranav is not a neighbour of Anish while Rohit owns neither On Pro nor S6. There is only one person between Ravi and Ajay. Atul, who owns J5, is third to the left of the one who owns J2 Pro. The one who is sitting opposite the one who had A3 owns S6. Neither Ravi nor Ajay has J2 Pro. There are two persons between Devansh and Mukul, who own A3 and A8 respectively, but neither of those two persons is Atul. Ravi is second to the left of Devansh and owns J7. Anish is an immediate neighbour of Mukul.
Puzzle – 2
Five friends Pawan, Ashish, Rajan, Raju and Tango are Musician, Architect, Doctor, Engineer and Artist by profession and like White, Blue, Red, Yellow and Green colour but not necessarily in that order. Their hobbies are Net Surfing, Gardening, Reading, Painting and Dancing but not necessarily in the same order.
The person whose hobby is dancing preferred lemonade to cola while others preferred cola to lemonade in beverages. The four friends who took cola were Pawan, the one who is an Engineer, the person whose favourite colour is Green and the one whose hobby is net surfing. Raju did not take lemonade and his favourite colour is White. Ashish’s favourite colour is Blue. He did not like lemonade. Tango’s hobby is not painting, reading or gardening. Raju clicks a picture of his friend who is an Engineer .The person whose favourite colour is Red likes painting and the person who is artist likes gardening. Raju is not a doctor. The person who is a doctor takes cola. The person who is an Engineer likes Blue colour. The musician’s favourite colour is not Yellow. Rajan’s favourite colour is Green.
A, B, C, D, P, Q, R and S are sitting in 2 circles, four in each circle.
People sitting in smaller circle are facing outside while people sitting in larger circle are facing inside. Smaller circle is embedded in a larger circle. They are sitting in such a manner that each member of the inner circle sits exactly opposite the member of the outer circle.
C faces B, who do not sit in a larger circle. The one who is sitting exactly between A and Q is sitting second to the right of S. Only 1 person sits between P and D, who sits in a smaller circle. C and B do not sit in the same circle. R sits to the immediate left of D.
Puzzle – 4
Eight friends M, N, O, P, R, V, W and X are sitting in two circles in such a manner that each member of the inner circle sits exactly opposite the member of the outer circle. The members sitting in the outer circle are R, V, W and X and all of them are facing towards the centre while the members of the inner circle are M, N, O and P and they are facing away from the centre. Each of them likes a different colors viz. yellow, green, black, pink, red, purple, blue and grey, but not necessarily in the same order.
P neither likes Red nor green and faces W, who likes neither purple nor grey. The person who likes Blue faces the person who likes yellow. M, who likes Pink, faces the immediate neighbor of the person who likes Black. W sits second to the left of X. The persons who like Red and Yellow are in separate circles. The person who likes Purple sits on the immediate left of X. V, who does not like Black, does not face M. The persons who likes Purple and Grey are immediate neighbors, and one of them faces N, who likes Green. The persons who like Blue and Pink sit in the same circle but they are not immediate neighbors.
Puzzle – 5
A farmer arranged eight packed vegetable boxes in eight shelves numbered 0 to 7. The bottommost shelf is numbered 0 and the above the shelf is numbered a 1 and so on.Eight boxes are named as M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7 and M8 and each box has different height. All the above information is not necessarily in the same order.
The number of boxes between M2 and M8 is as same as the number of boxes between M2 and M4. Box M4 and Box M1 didn’t place in adjacent shelves. He placed M5 box in shelf number 4. The height of boxes arranged in shelf number 5 and 0 is not a multiple of 20 and the height of a box arranged in shelf 5 is lesser than the box arranged in shelf 0. The boxes M5 and M7 are the 2nd and 4th position respectively among all with respect to the increasing order of heights and the height of both boxes is multiple of 20. Sum of one fourth of the height of M1 box and thrice the height of M3 box is 70cm. Number of boxes between M5 and M7 is one less than that of M5 and M3. M7 box is placed at one of the places above M3 box but not immediately above. Sum of twice the height of M1 and one fourth of the height of M4 box is 100cm. The height of box M8 is 40cm more than the height of box M4. The height of boxes M2 and M6 is one fifth of the height of boxes M4 and M8 respectively. One fifth of the height of box M3 is 4 cm.
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