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Nine musicians arrived to attend a live concert in Sydney in different cars. They all were expertise in different genres of music- blue, jazz, opera, country, pop, punk, rock, metal, techno and stay in a 5-star hotel in different floors from floor number 1 to 9 but not necessarily in the same order. Only one person stays on one floor. All of them own one car each, and each car is of a different brand i.e. Acura, Audi, BMW, Bugatti, Buick, Bentley, Mazela, Pagani and Jaguar but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above it is numbered 2, and so on, and the topmost floor is numbered 9. The opera artist owns a Pagani car and stays on an even-numbered floor.
The artist with expertise in blues stays on any even-numbered floor below the floor on which the opera artist stays. The one who owns Buick stays on the fourth floor. The Punk artist stays on the second floor and owns a Bentley. The one who owns a Jaguar stays on the third floor. The artist of blues does not own an Audi. There are two floors between the floors on which the people owning the Mazela and the Pagani cars stay. The popstar owns a Bugatti. There are three floors between the floors on which Popstar and Techno artist stay. The rock star stays on a floor immediately above the Jazz star’s floor. There is one floor between the floors on which Metal artist and Techno artist stay. The metal artist does not own the Jaguar. The one who owns the BMW stays on the topmost floor. The metal artist does not stay on the ground floor.
Puzzle – 2
8 people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H, are sitting around a circular table, facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them is from a different state, viz Delhi, Jaipur, Noida, Gurgaon, Kanpur, Karnal, Varanasi, and Patna.
F sits second to the right of the one from Gurgaon. The one from Varanasi is an immediate neighbour of the one from Gurgaon. Two persons sit between the one from Varanasi and B. C and E are immediate neighbours. Neither C nor E is an immediate neighbour of either B or the one from Gurgaon. The one from Noida sits second to the right of D. D is the one from neither Gurgaon nor Varanasi. G and the one from Delhi are immediate neighbours. B is not the one from Delhi. The only person sits between C and one from Jaipur. H sits third to the left of the one from Patna. The one from Karnal sits second to the left of the one from Kanpur.
A certain number of boxes are kept one above the other in such a way that the box at the bottom is numbered 1 and above it is numbered 2 and so on. Each box has some eatable item in it. Some boxes can be empty too.
There are 2 boxes kept between B and E, which contains Eclairs. There are 3 boxes between the box of Sugar and Elaichi and both are kept below C. There are almost 5 boxes between E and C, which has Kurkure in it. Box of Maggi is placed at the bottom. Box H contains Lays. None of the boxes is placed adjacent to C. Number of boxes kept between B and C is same that of boxes kept between B and D. Both G and H are placed somewhere below B. Box E is placed below B. Only 2 boxes are kept between the box of Maggi and Eclairs. Box B is not kept adjacent to Box C. Number of boxes kept between D and G is equivalent to the number of boxes between E and H. Box D is placed below C. Only box A, containing Chocolates is placed between the box of Sugar and Dairy Milk. Box I is placed below H. Box containing dairy milk is placed adjacent to the box of Eclairs.
Puzzle – 4
A certain number of boxes are kept one above the other in such a way that the box at the bottom is numbered 1 and above it is numbered 2 and so on. Each box is of a different colour.
More than 1 empty box is placed in the arrangement. Box U is not placed at the top. A is placed below T but above S. Brown coloured box is placed immediately above Red coloured box. Neither S nor R is silver-coloured. Box W is not red coloured. Brown box is placed immediately below box S. Silver coloured box is placed at the top. The equal number of boxes are kept between P and Q as that in R and S. More than 7 boxes can be kept between Q and silver coloured box. Box Q is green coloured. There are 5 boxes between P and silver coloured box. Box T is white coloured. Blue coloured box is placed above Brown coloured. The box which is of the white colour is placed between R and the topmost box. Box P is placed immediately above Red coloured. Boxes that can be placed above P are 1 more than boxes that can be placed below P. Yellow coloured box is placed at the bottom. The equal number of boxes are kept between T and A as in R and U. Box A is pink coloured. Only Mustard and Magenta coloured boxes are placed between A and P. One of the box placed is V. Box Y is yellow-coloured.
Puzzle – 5
Robert went to a world tour to different countries viz. Africa, India, America, Canada, Germany, Russia and Austria at different months viz. September, March, April, October, January, June and August but not necessarily in the same order. In each country, he stays at different hotels viz. Hotel A, Hotel B, Hotel C, Hotel D, Hotel E, Hotel F and Hotel G for a certain number of days. The number of days he stays at each hotel is neither a square number nor a prime number but not more than 25 days. Robert doesn’t stay for the same number of days in any hotel.
Robert spent 2/3rd days of a month in Russia. Robert stayed at Hotel B immediately before Hotel F (when the given months were arranged in ascending order). Robert stayed at Hotel C in a month which has 31 days. Robert went to Russia in a month which has 30 days. The number of days he stayed in America is as same as the total number of days he stayed in Africa and Austria. Robert stayed in India at Hotel D for a number of days which is less than only America. Robert went to Canada in a month which has 31days and the month which is immediately before it also has 31 days (when the given months are arranged in ascending order). Robert stayed at Hotel D in the odd number of days but immediately before Germany when the months are arranged in ascending order. The number of days he stayed at Canada is two days more than the twice the number of days he stayed in Africa and four days less than the number of days he stayed at Hotel G. Robert stayed in Germany at Hotel E in the month which has 30 days. There is a gap of 2 months between the month of America tour and Russia tour when the months are arranged in ascending order. Robert stayed less than 10 days at Africa in a month which has more than 30 days but on neither January nor August. Robert stayed at Hotel G immediately above Hotel B (when the given months are arranged in ascending order). The difference between the number of days of Robert who stayed in Germany and Austria is 2 days.
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