# Daily Puzzle Questions (17-01-2020)

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# IBPS Clerk Mains Targeted Puzzles

Puzzle 1

Eight Friends P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting around a circular table, not necessarily in the same order. Three of them are facing outside the centre while others are facing the centre. There are four Males and four Females in the Group.

â€¢ R does not face outside the centre.
â€¢ The one who sits immediate left of R is a male.
â€¢ Q sits immediate right of T and second to the right of R.
â€¢ W is not an immediate of R.
â€¢ Three persons are sitting between U and Q. Both the
immediate neighbors of Q are not males.
â€¢ V is sitting third to the right of U. Both the immediate
neighbors of S, face outside.
â€¢ S sits second to the left of U and third to the right of P. The
immediate neighbours of T are Males and are facing the centre.
â€¢ The immediate neighbours of S are not males.
â€¢ No female is an immediate neighbor of V.

Solution :

Puzzle 2

Eight Friends Abhishek, Romil, Ramesh, Rakesh, Rohit, Rahul,
Abhijit, and Anil- are sitting around a circular table, not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing inside and others are facing outside. They are belong to eight different cities- Bhopal, Patna, Kolkata, Delhi, Gwalior, Bengaluru, Chennai, and Rajkot. Each of them from different profession-Teacher, Engineer, Doctor, Banker, Lawyer, Architect, HR and MR but not necessarily in the same order.

â€¢ Abhijit faces the centre and sits third to the right of Rakesh
who is MR.

â€¢ Rohit belongs to Kolkata and sits opposite to the person who belongs to Bengaluru.

â€¢ Abhishek, who does not belong to Rajkot is an engineer sits third to the right of Ramesh, who stays in Bhopal.

â€¢ The person who belongs to Gwalior and Delhi are facing the same direction (Inside or Outside). Engineer is an immediate neighbour of Doctor and teacher.

â€¢ Rahul is sitting between the person who belongs to Kolkata
and the one from Rajkot respectively. Teacher does not faces Architect.

â€¢ Romil belongs to Gwalior and Rakesh belongs to Patna. Romil is not near to teacher.

â€¢ The person who belongs to Chennai is facing Outward and
immediate neighbor of who belongs to Rajkot. Doctor faces the person who is a Banker, and they both faces inside.

â€¢ Anil is immediate neighbor of the persons who belong to
Gwalior and Chennai.

â€¢ Rahul, who does not belong to Chennaiis immediate left of
Rohit. Banker sits immediate left of Lawyer.

Solution :

Puzzle 3

Eight Teachers P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are teaching different subjects viz. Arts, Commerce, Computer, Java, Mechanics, Electronics, Robotics and Painting but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are sitting around a circular table and facing outside the centre.

â€¢ Java and Arts teachers are immediate neighborsâ€™ of each other. P is neither Computer nor Commerce teacher.

â€¢ Only one teacher sits between U and Commerce teacher. U
does not teach either Mechanics or Arts.

â€¢ P sits third to the left of V. V teaches Robotics. S is not an
immediate neighbor of either P or V. The one who teaches
Painting is an immediate neighbor of S.

â€¢ W sits third to the right of S. P and also his immediate
neighbors do not teach Electronics. Only one teacher sits between T and the Electronics teacher. T does not teach computer.

â€¢ Three teachers sit between V and the Mechanics teacher. W is not teaching either Electronics or Arts.R does not teach Painting.

Solution :

Puzzle 4

Seven students P,Q,R,S,T,W and G are wearing different colour
dresses, i.e. Black, blue, pink, yellow, red, white and green (but not necessarily in the same order).They all are sitting around a circle facing the centre. All of them belong to different countries i.e. India, Brazil, Australia, England, Poland, Japan and Korea.

S sits immediate left of the student who wears a Red dress. The person from Poland, does not like black color. T is an immediate neighbor of the student who wears green. The person from India likes Pink color. Q is fourth to the left of the student who wears a blue dress. T belongs to Japan. W is wearing green dress. The person in red dress is third to left of the student who wears a green dress.P is not wearing Blue dress. G is not an immediate neighbor of either Brazil or Korea.The person in yellow dress is second to the right of P, who is immediate right of W.The person who wearing Blue dress is an immediate neighbor of the person who belong to Korea.The person wearing a white dress is near to P. G is third to the right of person who wears a pink dress. The person from England sits second to the right of Q.

Solution :

Puzzle 5

8 representatives were called for a meeting but all were not present for the meeting. The people invited for the meeting lives on different floors of a eight storey building where lower most floor is numbered 1 and top most floor is numbered 8. Representative from each floor is invited for the meeting. Meeting was conducted on a circular conference table having 8 seats.

Both E and H does not live on an even numbered floor. Only 2
persons sit between B and representative of floor numbered 4. H sits third to the right of person who lives on floor numbered 4. A does not sit next to B. Both F and D do not live above or below the floors on which person who was absent from the meeting lives. The person living on floor numbered 8 sits third to the right of G, who does not live on floor numbered 6. E does not sit next to H. E faces a vacant seat. D sits to the immediate right of person who lives on floor numbered 5. One who lives on floor numbered 3 sits second to the left of A. Vacant seat is to the immediate right of person who lives on floor numbered 2. A lives on an odd floor. D does not live on the top most floor.

Solution :

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