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Five women decided to go shopping to M.G. Road, Bangalore. They arrived at the designated meeting place in the following order: 1. Archana, 2. Chellamma, 3. Dhenuka, 4. Helen, and 5. Shahnaz. Each woman spent at least Rs. 1000. Below are some additional facts about how much they spent during their shopping spree.
The woman who spent Rs. 2234 arrived before the lady who spent Rs. 1193. One woman spent Rs. 1340 and she was not Dhenuka. One woman spent Rs. 1378 more than Chellamma. One woman spent Rs. 2517 and she was not Archana. Helen spent more than Dhenuka. Shahnaz spent the largest amount and Chellamma the smallest.
Puzzle – 2
7 friends – A, B, C, D, E, F and G have come to a party wearing dresses of different colors – pink, orange, black, green, yellow, grey and maroon but not necessarily in the same order. They have come in 7 different colored cars – grey, orange, pink, black, blue, yellow and white but not necessarily in the same order. No person is wearing the same colored dress as her Car’r Color.
B is wearing orange colored dress and has not come in blue or yellow colored car. D is wearing green colored dress and has come in white colored car. Color of A’s dress and F’s Car is same. Similarly Color of E’s dress and C’s Car is same. G is wearing grey colored dress and E has come in grey colored car. F is neither wearing yellow colored dress nor came in yellow colored car. Orange and grey is not the combination of dress and car of any of the persons. C is not wearing yellow colored dress and A is not wearing pink colored dress.
Eight persons S, Q, P, O, N, M, K and J of different class standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8th are seated around rectangular table in such a way that three students sit on the each longer side while one sits on the each smaller side.
O is seated one of the longer side and second to the right of Q, who is student 1st. M is seated between S and the student of class 7th and seated in the middle of the longer side. The student of class 3rd is seated second to the left of the student of class 5th. Students of successive classes cannot be seated together. N is seated third to the right of student of class 5th. P is seated opposite to N and second to the left of K, who is immediate left of J.
Puzzle – 4
There are 8 persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H standing on gates of 2 rectangular parks. The rectangular parts are such that one is small and second large with small inside the larger one. The gates are on the 4 sides of park. The ones on outer park are standing facing centre and ones on inner park are standing facing outside the centre. So in this way, the persons are facing each other when they are standing on same side of parks.
There is one person standing between B and D. C faces B. A is to the immediate right of C. G is not either to the immediate right or immediate left of D. G faces neither D nor F. One person is standing between H and F. E is facing the centre.
Puzzle – 5
Eight athletes namely – A, B, C, D, P, Q, R and S from different countries viz. India, Japan, China, USA, Russia, Australia, Germany and Brazil but not necessarily in same order, participated in World Athletics tournament where they got different positions from 1 to 8. The country with highest number of gold medals is ranked 1 in the position and the country with least gold medals is ranked at 8. Each got different number of gold and silver medals. The number of gold and silver medals was either a square or prime numbers between 0 and 15. Note: No two athletes got same number of either gold or silver medals. 1 is considered as a square number.
Japanese athlete got 9 silver medals which are as same the number of gold medals got by the one who is in 3rd position. The number of Silver medals got by German athlete is square of his position. The athlete from China got 2 more gold medals than C and both has Silver medals as same as their Gold medals. The position of Indian athlete is an even number and his medals were in odd numbers. R got same number of medals as USA athlete, but ranks 6 position below him. The number of gold medals got by D is as same as his position. Russian athlete got highest number of medals in total and ranks immediately above Indian athlete. P belongs to either China or India. Australian athlete ranks same position as that of USA athlete from bottom position. Chinese athlete got rank same as his total medals. There is only one athlete between S and P, such that P got more silver medals than S but S got more Gold medals than P but neither of them Ranks 1. There is only one athlete between B and Q, the difference between their gold and silver medals is 1. Both S and B got same number of medals.
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