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There are seven persons – A, B, C, D, E, F and G sitting around a triangular table. All of them are facing the centre. Three persons sit at the corners while four persons are sitting at edge of the table. Two persons sit on the same edge of the table while rest two persons sit on different side.
The immediate neighbours of B are sitting at the corner of the table. The person who is sitting two places to the left of B sitting on an edge where two people are sitting. C is immediate neighbour of B and D. A is sitting two places away from D and is sitting at the edge of the table. G is not the immediate neighbour of B. F is not the immediate neighbour of E who does not sit adjacent to A.
Puzzle – 2
There are some persons who are sitting in a row and facing north.
The number of persons who sit on the left side of E is one less than the number of persons who sit on the right side of E. There are more than two persons between Q and T who sits to the left of W. Q sits on the left side of X. F does not sit on the extreme ends. There are four persons between P and V. There are two persons between R and W. Neither N nor M is the neighbour of X. There are four persons between W and Z who do not sit to the left of E. There are only two persons who sit to the left of X. There is one person between E and P. E is not the immediate neighbour of X. P is the immediate neighbour of X.
Eight People – Aarti, Gita, Sakshi, Divya, Manisha, Anjali, Lata and Mona live in eight different floors of building (but not necessarily in the same order). The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two, and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. Each one of them likes a different colors which are – Pink, Red, Green, Yellow, Brown, Orange, Black and Blue (but not necessarily in the same order.
Anjali lives an odd numbered floor above the floor numbered four. Only one person lives between Anjali and the one who likes Green. Only three people live between Divya and the one who likes Orange color. Sakshi lives at one of the odd numbered floors above the one who likes orange. Only two people live between Sakshi and the one who likes Pink color. The one who likes Black colour lives immediately above Lata. Lata likes neither Orange nor Pink color. The number of people living above Anjali is same as the number of people living between Anjali and Divya. Manisha does not like Black color. Only three people live between Lata and Aarti. The one who likes Blue color lives immediately above the one who likes Red color, but not on the topmost floor. Only one person lives between the one who likes Blue color and Mona. Only one person lives between Gita and the one who likes Brown color.
Puzzle – 4
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting around a circle and facing the center. Their ages are 12 years old, 16 years old, 24 years old, 32 years old, 38 years old and 40 years old, but not necessarily in the same order.
Only one person is sitting between the youngest and the oldest. F is sitting immediate left of the oldest person. The same number of persons are sitting between the oldest and 2nd oldest person (if counted from any side of the oldest person). B’s age is equal to the differences of ages of F and the oldest person. B is elder than F. B is not the neighbor of the oldest person. E is older than B but younger than D and E is not an immediate neighbor of both B and D. A is not the neighbor of D and C.
Puzzle – 5
Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of them are facing north. In the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them likes different players – Ronaldo, Sachin, Messi, Kohli, Nadal, Dhoni, Saina, Dhawan, Federer and Dravid but not necessarily in the same order.
There are only two persons sitting between the one who likes Ronaldo, who sits at an extreme end, and E. P, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an immediate neighbour of Q, who does not like Dravid. T is sitting at an extreme end. E, who likes Nadal, sits on the immediate right of the person who likes Sachin and faces the immediate neighbour of Q. B is sitting at the extreme right end of row 1. P does not like Federer. There is only one person between C and D. D likes Ronaldo. S, who likes Dhoni, is an immediate neighbour of the one who likes Dravid and does not face the person who likes Messi. R, who likes Kohli, is an immediate neighbour of the one who likes Federer, who in turn faces the immediate neighbour of the one who likes Nadal. There are two persons between the one who likes Saina and the one who likes Messi. B does not like Saina. T does not like Dhawan.
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