Daily Puzzle Questions (16-01-2020)

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Puzzle 1

There are seven people A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. They all were born in different years viz. 1948, 1951, 1963, 1972, 1975, 1992 and 2002 but not necessarily in same order. All of them likes different cars such as Swift, Creta, Honda city, Duster, BMW, Audi and Bugatti. But the date and month of birth of all these persons are same. The calculation is done with respect to the present year 2017 and assuming months and date to be same.

The person who likes Honda city born after G and before the person who born in 1972.A was born in an even year and his age is multiple of 5, but A is not the youngest person. Age of F is equal to double the difference between A and G. Age of E is equal to the difference between the age of B and C, but E is not the youngest among all of them. C was not oldest among all of them. Oldest person likes Audi. The youngest person likes Swift. G does not like BMW. The person who, likes Bugatti was born in an odd year and his age is multiple of 14. A likes Creta.

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Puzzle 2

5 horses P, Q, R, S and T are standing in a straight line but not necessarily in same order. The distance between horses is a successive multiple of 3.

Distance between horses P and Q is a multiple of 11. Horse P is immediate left of Q. Distance between Q and R is 75m and only 1 horse is between them. Distance between horse S and T is a multiple of both 9 and 11 and horse S is to the left of T. Man gets down from horse S and moves for 10m in north, takes a right turn moves for another 50m and stops there at point A. Another man gets down from horse T and moves 10m south, takes a right turn and moves for 49m and stops at point B.

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Puzzle 3

6 cars A, B, C, D, E and F are parked in a straight line. Distance between each car is a successive multiple of 6.

Car C is parked to the right of A. Distance between cars F and C is 30m. Distance between A and B is multiple of both 5 and 6. Distance between cars A and C is multiple of 9. Distance between cars A and E is 36m. Car D is parked to the immediate left of A. No car is parked to the right of C. No car is parked between F and C. Car B moves 5m in south direction, takes a right turn moves for another 10m and stops at point S. Car C moves for 5m in north and takes a left turn and moves for 54m and takes a right turn and moves for 5m more and stops at point J.

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Puzzle 4

Six horses A, B, C, D, E & F are made to stand in a row facing north & distance between 2 adjacent horses increases from left to right, in consecutive integral multiples of 4.

Distance between C & D is 60 m and only 2 horses stands between them. F sits immediate left of C. A sits somewhere to the right of F and distance between them is in multiple of six. Distance between C and B is 44 m. Horse A starts moving towards east, after moving 12 m, it turns to its right and walked 20m. Again it turns right and moves 60 m. From there after turning to its left and walking for a distance of 5 m, it comes to halt at a point M. Horse F, moves in north direction for a distance of 20 m and then turn to its left and moves 26 m. After taking one more turn to its left it stops at a point N after walking 5 m. Horse D, walks south and travel 10 m before turning to its left. After 24 m it takes right turn and walks 15 m and reaches point Q.

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Puzzle 5

Seven persons – Q, B, W, D, E, F and G live on seven different floors (numbered 1 to 7) of a building but not necessarily in same order. Each one of them like different colors, namely Red, Blue, Green, Black, Yellow, Orange and White (but not necessarily in same order). All of them decided to visit a particular place with their family on seven different days of a week starting from Monday to Sunday.

Q lives on an odd numbered floor but not on floor numbered 3. The one who likes yellow color lives on floor immediately above Q. Only two persons live between the one who likes yellow color and D. The one who likes green color lives immediately above W. The one who likes Yellow visited the place on one of the days before Thursday. The one who likes blue color lives on an odd numbered floors on one of the floors above D. B lives on one of the floors above E. Only three persons live between W and the one who likes blue color. The person who visited the place on Friday likes red Color. The one who likes red color lives on floor immediately above the one who likes white color. G lives on an odd numbered floor. E does not like green color. D visited the place on Sunday. Only one person lives between the floors of B and E. Neither of Q or W likes black color. The one who visited the place on Wednesday visited the place immediately after the one who likes blue color. The one who likes green color visited the place immediately before the one who lives on floor no 3. Two persons live between the floor no 4 and the person who visited the place on Wednesday. The one who visited the place on Wednesday is not W.

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