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Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a row but not necessarily in same order. Some of them are facing North and others South.
A and B are facing different directions. Similarly E and H are facing different directions. C sits four places away from D and sits at one end of the row and both are facing South. The number of persons sitting to the right of F is one less than the number of persons sitting to the right of E. The persons sitting at the ends are facing the same direction. Exactly two persons are sitting between A and C. G sits to the immediate right of B. E sits third to the left of D, who is to the immediate right of F.
Puzzle – 2
Seven Management students Aparna, Deepak, Mohit, Mannat, Shubham, Piyali and Shalini from different specializations among Finance, Marketing and Human Resource are selected to organize three events Business Quiz, Paper Presentation and Business Plan in the upcoming college fest. At least two students are selected from each specialisation and at least two students are assigned to each event. No two students from same specialisation organize the same event. Further, it is known that:
(i) Mohit is from Human Resource and another student from his specialisation is organizing Business Plan
(ii) Deepak is organizing Business Quiz and the other student organizing Business Quiz with him is from Human Resource, who is not Mohit.
(iii) Piyali is from Marketing and she is organizing Business Quiz. Shubham is also from Marketing.
(iv) Aparna and Mannat are organizing the same event but it is not Paper Presentation.
(v) Deepak and Mannat are from the same specialisation. Aparna and Shalini are from the same specialisation.
A certain number of people are seated in a linear row. Some are facing north while some are facing south. They belong to different states.
The person who belongs to MP sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. Person from UP is not an immediate neighbor of person from Punjab but there is a vacant seat to the immediate right of person from UP and to the immediate left of person from Punjab. There is only a single vacant seat between Manisha and Lalita. There are 2 seats between Harsh and one who belongs to Bihar. Immediate neighbors of Karan faces a direction opposite to that of Karan. Karan sits to the immediate left of Lalita. Gazal sits towards left of person from Bihar but not to the immediate left. The persons sitting at extreme ends face opposite directions. There are 4 seats between person from Chattisgarh and Gazal. One who belongs to HP sits second to the right of Ishita, who belongs to Punjab and Ishita faces south. There are 2 seats between the person from Chattisgarh and Manisha, who sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. Gazal belongs to HP and no one sits to the left of Gazal. The person from Chattisgarh sits to the right of Manisha. There are less than 6 seats between Manisha and Ishita.
Puzzle – 4
A certain number of students of a school are sitting in a row facing North. They study in different standards and Each of them likes different subjects. There are 2 vacant seats in the row.
Number of seats between H and C is same as between E and D, whose favorite subject is Gk. One of the vacant seat is between E and B. The student who likes Chemistry studies in 11th standard. The one sitting exactly between H and E likes History and studies in 8th standard. Both J and D sits at extreme ends of line. Number of places between G and E is same as that of G and A. C studies in 2nd standard and sits 5th from left end of the row. A likes Mathematics, studies in 1st standard and there is one seat between A and I. There is one seat between E and B. There are 6 places between G and D. A is sitting to the immediate right of J, who likes Chemistry. I is sitting 4th from one of the ends of row and likes Hindi. B is sitting besides D. G is 4th to the left of E, who studies in 7th standard and physics (Phy) is favourite subject. G sits to the immediate right of C, who likes English. F is sitting exactly in the middle of row, studies in 6th standard and Biology (Bio) is his favourite subject. K likes History. The one studying in 4th standard sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. The one sitting exactly between F and K studies in 3rd standard and likes Science (Sci). The students who likes Computer (Comp) studies in 10th standard. G likes Punjabi and studies in 9th standard. One of the students studies in 5th standard.
Puzzle – 5
Eight friends- Misha, Neeta, Om, Piya, Rita, Siya, Tina and Umang visit different malls viz. Westend, Ansal Plaza, MBD and Flames are sitting around a circular table facing the centre of the table. Each mall is being visited by two people only, but not necessarily in the same order. All these friends have different phones i.e. -Motorola, Samsung Galaxy, HTC, Panasonic, Lava, LG, Oppo and Xiaomi.
No two people visiting the same mall are sitting adjacent to each other except those visiting Ansal Plaza. The person who has Panasonic is sitting on the immediate left of the person who has Xiaomi. Rita neither has Xiaomi nor HTC. Umang has LG and visits MBD Mall and is sitting to the immediate left of Neeta, who visits Ansal Plaza. Neeta does not have HTC. Siya has Lava and visits Ansal Plaza, who is sitting opposite to Tina. Only Misha, who has Samsung Galaxy, is sitting between Tina, who has Panasonic and the person who has Oppo. Persons who visit Westend mall are sitting opposite to each other. Each of the persons who visits Flames is sitting adjacent to a person who visits Westend Mall. Piya does not have Xiaomi.
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