# Daily Puzzle Questions (19-03-2020)

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## SBI CLERK & RBI Assistant Mains Targeted Puzzles :

Puzzle 1

Six students – John, Julian, Justin, Jack, Jacob and Joseph – study six different subjects – Math, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Economics and History – and play six different games – Football, Hockey, Cricket, Tennis, Baseball and Golf – not necessarily in the given order. Two of them are Chinese, two Indian and two Korean.

Jacob plays Football and studies History. Jack has the same nationality as the student who plays Tennis. Both Geography and History are studied by Chinese students. Julian studies Chemistry, and doesn’t play Golf. One of the two Korean students studies Economics. Justin and Jacob have different nationalities. The student who plays Golf doesn’t study Biology. Biology is studied by neither of the two Indians. The two students who play Football and Cricket have the same nationality. One of the two Indians studies Chemistry. John is Indian and plays Hockey.

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Puzzle 2

An Indo-Australian Cricket committee comprises eight persons – James, Peter, Roger, Nathan, Brendon, Ricky, Shikhar and Rohit – who are sitting in a row in the given order, from left to right, all facing the North direction. Half the committee members are Australians. There are three Secretaries, two Joint Secretaries, two Vice Presidents and a President in the committee.

Each Secretary and the President always sit next to at least one Joint Secretary. No two Indians are sitting next to each other. James is not Indian. One of the Secretaries is sitting at one of the ends. The Indian Vice President sits to the immediate right of the Australian Vice President who is not sitting at any of the ends. Exactly one Vice President and exactly one Joint Secretary are Australian. No two Secretaries are sitting next to each other. Exactly two Secretaries are Indian.

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Puzzle 3

Kali, Gati, Fiza, Pari, Avni, Neha, Diya and Teji are eight friends all of whom have different heights. They are standing in two rows of four girls each, with four facing the North direction and four facing South, as shown in the figure given below.

Teji is shorter than Kali. The tallest girl among the eight is neither standing at any of the ends nor facing North. Avni is shorter than Gati and is facing South. Pari is the shortest among the eight girls and is standing directly opposite Neha who is facing South. Diya is taller than Fiza but shorter than Teji. Kali is standing at the second position to the right of Diya. Neha is shorter than only two girls, Avni and Gati. Teji is standing directly opposite Fiza who is facing South. Diya is standing at the third position to the left of Pari.

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Puzzle 4

Seven friends – Rio, Pat, Omi, Zak, Sam, Leo and Tom – had to open an office each and decided to do it in the same building. The building has five floors numbered 1 to 5 (lowest to highest) and each floor hosts the office of at least one of the seven friends.

The number of friends with office on Floor-5 is different from that on Floor-2. Tom’s office is on an odd-numbered floor. The offices of Sam and Omi are on the same floor, which is immediately above Leo’s floor. No floor has got more than two offices. Rio’s office is immediately above that of Pat. The number of friends with office above Zak’s floor is the same as that below Zak’s floor and has only one office.

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