# Daily Puzzle Questions (29-10-2019)

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# IBPS Clerk Prelims And Mains Targeted Puzzles

Puzzle 1

Eight boxes A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are kept one above another but not necessarily in the same order.

Three boxes are between H and G and neither of them is at the top or bottom position. Two boxes are between F and C and box F is above box C. Two boxes are between G and C. Box C is above box G. The number of boxes between A and H is same as the number of boxes between A and G. Box D is above box E and more than one box is between D and E. Box E is not at the bottom position.

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Puzzle â€“ 2

Twelve players are sitting in two parallel rows containing six players each in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent players. In row 1, Ashwin, Bhubhneshwar, Chandrapaul, Dhoni, Eshan and Flintoff are sitting and all of them are facing South. In row 2, Piyush, Qureshi, Rohit, Sehwag, Tahir and Virat are sitting and all of them are facing North. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement, each member of a row faces another member of the other row.

Virat sits third to the right of Sehwag. Sehwag faces Flintoff and Flintoff does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the lines. Dhoni sits third to the right of Chandrapaul. Rohit faces Eshan. The one facing Eshan sits third to the right of Piyush. Bhubhneshwar and Piyush do not sit at the extreme ends of the lines. Tahir is not an immediate neighbour of Sehwag and Flintoff is not an immediate neighbour of Dhoni.

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Puzzle 3

M, N, O, P, Q and R are sitting around a circular table. Three of them facing towards the centre while the rest faces outside the centre. Only two of them are female members while the rest are male members.

* The female memberâ€™s faces opposite direction i.e. if one female faces towards the centre then another female must face outside the centre.

* R faces outside and he is not the immediate neighbour of either N or P.

* P sits third to the left of M who is facing inside the centre.

* One of the immediate neighbours of M is a female.

* The female memberâ€™s do not sit together.

* R is to the immediate right of Q who faces outside and N is to the immediate right of O.

* N is Mâ€™s wife and P is Qâ€™s husband.

* M sits third to the right (clock-wise) of the one who is to the immediate left of O.

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Puzzle â€“ 4

Eight persons B, J, K, M, R, S, T and V are sitting in a straight row in such a way that some of them are facing north and some of them are facing south. They are all belong to different countries viz., China, Brazil, France, Iran, Italy, Nepal, Spain and Syria but not necessary in the same order.

Only three persons are sitting between the one who belongs to China and T, who sits third from the either ends of the row. T does not face south. R sits second to the left of the one who belongs to China. Four persons are sitting between S and the one who belongs to Syria. S does not sit at any extreme ends of the row. Not more than two persons sitting adjacent are facing the same direction. Immediate neighbours of S face the same direction. The one who belongs to Spain sits third to the right of V, who does not face the same direction as S. T does not belong to Spain. J sits to the immediate right of the one who belongs to Spain. The one who belongs to Italy sits third to the left of J. The one who belongs to Iran sits immediate right of B. More than three persons sit between K and the one who belongs to Nepal, who does not sit at the extreme end. J does not belong to Brazil.K faces the same direction as B. The immediate neighbours of the one who belongs to Spain are facing opposite direction to each other.

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Puzzle â€“ 5

Twelve persons A, B, C, D, E, F, P, Q, R, S, T and V are born in four different months viz., January, April, July and September of the same year. They are all born in three same dates viz., 7th, 18th and 27th of the given months. They all are likes different languages namely Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Urdu, Hindi, English, French, Sanskrit, Odia, Marathi and Bengali but not necessary in the same order.

Only four persons are born between the one who likes Malayalam and V, who was born in one of the months which has odd number of days. V does not born in odd numbered date. Q was born immediately after the one who likes Malayalam.As many persons born before Q is same as the persons born after the one who likes Tamil. Only one person born between the one who likes Tamil and A. Five persons are born between the one who likes Odia and E, who does not born in odd numbered date. V does not like Odia. P was born immediately before the one who likes odia. Only three persons are born between the one who likes French and B, who was born in one of the odd numbered dates but not in the month which has 30 days. T was born immediately after the one who likes French. As many persons born before T is same as after the one who likes Bengali. B does not like Tamil.The one who likes English born immediately after S.Only one person born between C and the one who likes English. More than four persons are born between C and A. As many persons born between R and the one who likes Urdu is same as between the one who likes Telugu and the one who likes Urdu. F is elder than the one who likes Telugu. Only one person born between the one who likes Kannada and the one who likes Sanskrit.Only three persons are born between the one who likes Sanskrit and the one who likes Marathi.S does not like Hindi.

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