# Daily Puzzle Questions (23-10-2019)

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# IBPS Clerk Prelims And Mains Targeted Puzzles

Puzzle 1

Ten persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X and Y are sitting in a circular table and all of them are facing centre of the table but not necessary in the same order.

R sits third to the right of S. Only one person sits between R and P. Three persons are sitting between P and U. Y sits third to the left of U. W sits second to the right of T. As many persons sitting between W and X is same as between the persons sitting between S and V. T is not an immediate neighbour of P. Both U and V are not immediate neighbour of W.

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Puzzle â€“ 2

Ten persons are born in different years viz., 1974, 1977, 1981, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1994, 1996, 1999 and 2002. Not more than one person born in the same year. Their ages were calculated with respect to the year 2018 and all of them are born in the same date and month.

Three persons are born between P and W but the age of both of them are not in odd number. P is elder than W. Two persons are born between S and Y, who does not born after P. Q was born immediately after V. As many persons born between S and Q is same as the persons born between W and R. Only one person was born between U and T, who is elder than both X and U.

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Puzzle 3

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a straight row and all of them are facing north but not necessary in the same order.

B sits third to the left of C and either one of them sits at second from the either ends of the row. G sits second to the right of H, who does not sit at the extreme ends of the row. As many persons sitting to the left of A is same as the persons sitting to the right of E. D sits second to the right of E.

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Puzzle â€“ 4

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are working in different companies viz., Nike, Puma, Adidas, IBM, Sony, Titan, Walmart and Motorola. They are all belongs to different cities namely Pune, Bangalore, Kanpur, Lucknow, Jaipur, Kolkata, Ranchi and Patna but not necessary in the same order.

The one who belongs to Kanpur does not work in Sony and Puma.A belongs to Lucknow. The one who works in Nike belongs to Kolkata. H works in Adidas. E belongs to Patna. The one who works in IBM belongs to Ranchi. The one who belongs to Pune does not work in Sony and Walmart. B belongs to Pune. G belongs to Kanpur. D works in Titan. D does not belong to Jaipur and also A does not work in Sony. C does not belong to Ranchi. E does not work in Motorola and Walmart. B does not work in Puma.

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Puzzle â€“ 5

Ten boxes namely â€“ B01 to B10 are kept one above others in the form of stack. Weight of each box are either multiple of â€˜3â€™ or â€˜5â€™ between 4kg to 70kg. Boxes are either kept in ascending or descending order of their weight. Size of each box are different viz. Small (S), Medium (M) and Large (L). No less than three and not more than four boxes are of each size category. Each box contains different chocolates viz. 5-Star, Munch, Kit-Kat and Eclairs. Not less than two and not more than three boxes contains same type of chocolates. No two boxes of same kind (chocolates) are kept together. All the information are not necessary in same order.

The box whose weight is 48kg is kept at a gap of two boxes below the box B02, which contains Munch. Difference of weight between one of the Large box and the box B01 is 9kg. The box whose weight is 21kg is kept at a gap of one box from Medium box. The box B07 is kept third from bottom at a gap of two boxes from the box whose weight is 33kg and contains 5-Star. The box B10 is kept at a gap of two boxes from the Medium box, whose weight is 39kg. One of the small box is kept adjacent to the box whose weight is 33kg and is kept at a gap of two boxes from the box whose weight is a cube number. Weight of the one of the box which contains Munch is thrice the weight of the box B04. The box whose weight is 48kg is neither kept at bottom nor adjacent to the box which contains 5-Star. The box which contains Kit-Kat is kept just above the box B10, whose weight is neither 48kg nor kept adjacent to any box having 5-Star. One of the box whose weight is a cube number contains Munch but not kept adjacent to any box which contains 5-Star. None of the box having Kit-Kat are kept adjacent to the box having 5-Star. One of the box having 5-Star is kept just above the box B08, which contains Eclairs. One of the box whose weight is perfect square is kept at a gap of four boxes from the box B04, whose weight is neither less than 16kg nor kept adjacent to Small box. At most three boxes are kept between the box B05 and the box B06, whose size is neither Small nor contains Kit-Kat. The box B01 is kept adjacent to one of the Large box and is kept at a gap of three boxes from one of the box having Eclairs. The size of the box B01 is neither Small nor kept adjacent to the box B08. Difference in weight of one of the Medium box and the box B06 is 21kg. Weight of one of the Large box is multiple of â€˜5â€™ but not â€˜3â€™ and is kept at a gap of three boxes from the box which contains Eclairs. The box B03 is kept at a gap of one box below the box B09, whose weight size is not small but kept adjacent to one of the box which contains Eclairs. The box B05 is kept at a gap of one box from one of the medium box.

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