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Puzzle 1:
1.) There are 4 people of different nationalities viz, French, Belgian, Australian and polish sitting in a row but necessary in
that order.
2.) They are wearing shirts of different colours-Blue, Pink, Mustard and Orange.
3.) One is wearing a blazer and one a suit.
4.) The French is wearing a mustard shirt and a sweater
5.) The Australian is not seated at either end.
6.) The person with blazer wears a pink shirt and sits next to Belgian.
7.) The Belgian wears a kimono and is not seated at either end.
8.) The man wearing an orange shirt wears a suit and is seated at one end.
Puzzle 2:
Six friends Aryan, Rahul, Mayank, Harman, Paritosh and Mandeep married in different hotels viz. Trident Hotels, Oberoi
Hotel, Ashoka Hotel, Taj Hotel, Le Meridian and ITC Maurya and all the grooms gifted different cars to their respective
brides viz. Duster, Fortuner, Swift, i20, Wagon-R and i10, but not necessarily in the same order. The brides' names were
Simran, Harpreet, Vrinda, Priyanka, Gunjan and Aishwarya, once again not following any order. The following are some
facts about their weddings.
1.) Mayank gifted his wife Swift on their wedding; however he was not married to Simran or Aishwarya
2.) Aryan gifted his wife Duster and Paritosh gifted i20 to his wife. However neither of them was married to Harpreet or
Priyanka.
3.) The bride who was gifted i10 got married in Trident Hotels.
4.) Vrinda's wedding took place in Oberoi Hotel, but she was not gifted Duster.
5.) Simran and Gunjan got married in Trident Hotels and Le meridian and own Swift and i10 but not necessarily following
the above mentioned order.
6.) Harman did not gift Fortuner or i10 to his wife and was married in ITC Maurya.
7.) Mandeep was married to Harpreet in Taj Hotel.
Puzzle 3:
A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are eight family members sitting around a circular table, facing the centre, but not necessarily in the
same order. Each member likes a different genre of music viz. Rock, Metal, House, Jazz, Pop, Trance, R&B, and Folk,
but not necessarily in the same order.
A is the head of the family and sits third to the left of wife B. G has two sisters and sits second to the right of his
grandfather, who likes listening to Rock. D sits on the immediate left of her brother, who sits in front of his father. F sits
between the person who like Metal and the person who like Jazz. Her favorite music genre is Pop. B has two sons and
one of the son's like Jazz. H sits in front of her mother-in-law who likes Folk music. E's son likes R&B. C and his sister-inlaw like Jazz and House respectively.
Puzzle 4:
Eight Persons A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are sitting around a circular table and facing towards the centre but not necessarily in
the same order.
A family has three generations.
D's father sits second to the left of his nephew.
B is the son of F who is second to the right of her son.
D is the father of G and two persons sit between G and E.
D's wife is opposite to E.
E's brother B is the immediate neighbor of C's son.
B is the father of H

No male is adjacent to C.
F is the sister of C and C does not sit second to the left of B.

Puzzle 1:
Four families decided to go for a picnic to Robber's cave and agreed to meet at a place called
Shahastradhara before moving for the picnic. Each family has a husband and a wife. One family has no
Kid; while the others have at least one Kid each. Amongst each family with Kids, at least one Kid goes to
the picnic. Following is the information about the families.
i) The family with two Kids came just before the family with no I ids
ii) 3 who does not have any Kids reached just before R's family
iii) A and his wife reached last with their only Kid
iv) B is not Q’s husband
v) B and D are fathers
vi) R's and P's daughters go to the same schooI
vii) Q came before 3 and met P when she reached the fixed place
viii) C stays farthest from the place and he is a good singer
ix) D explained that his son could not come because of exams
Puzzle 2:
Seven students of a school Gaurav Mohit; Saurabh, Priya; Ritika; Gautam and Kajal appeared for their
annual exams. Following additional information is known:
i) No two students get same marks.
ii) Kajal always scores more than Gaurav.
iii) Gaurav alwaysscores more than Mohit.
iv) In each exam either Saurabh scores the highest marks and Ritika gets the least marks or alternatively
Priya scores the highest and Gautam or Mohit scores the least.
Puzzle 3:
Eight friends are sitting in a circle facing towards the centre. Each of them likes different subjects i.e.
Hindi. Physics, English, Maths. History, Biology, Chemistry and Zoology but not necessarily in the same
order. Z, Y, X and W are females and V, U, T and S are males. Neither two female nor two male are
adjacent with each other. U: who likes English, is sitting third to the right of X. X is sitting third to the right
of V who likes Hindi. No male likes history and Maths. T is not the neighbour of V and U. S is sitting third
to the right of Y who likes Chemistry. W, who likes Biology, is sitting between V and U. The one who likes
History is not the neighbour of those who like Chemistry and English.
Puzzle 1:
P, Q, R, S, W, X, Y, Z are sitting around a circle facing centre but not necessarily in the same order. The
husband of Z is sitting second to the right of Q who is sitting between two males. X sits second to the left
of the daughter of S. X is the sister of Y. X is not an immediate neighbour of Z's husband. Only one person
sits between P and X. P is the father of Y. S who is brother of Z sits to the immediate left of his mother.
Only one person sits between Z's mother and W. Only one person sits between Z and Y. Y is mother of R. Y
is not an immediate neighbour of W.
Puzzle 2:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting around a round table facing towards the centre of the table in a
restaurant. They have ordered for different items (Pizza, Strawberry, Vanilla, Burger, Pastries and Patties)

as their lunch. They are wearing Tshirts of different colours, i.e. white, black, green, red, yellow and blue.
Order of items for the lunch and colours of T-shirts are not necessarily according to the order of their
names. The persons who have ordered for Pizza, Vanilla and Pastries are neither in white Tshirt nor in
black. The persons who are in green and yellow T-shirts have neither ordered for Pizza nor for Vanilla. A is
neither in white T-shirt nor on the immediate left of the person who has ordered for Burger. The only
person who is between E and F eats Strawberry. The person who is on the left side of the person in white
T-shirt does not eat Patties. D has ordered Burger and the colour of his T-shirt is green. He is facing the
person who has ordered for Strawberry. One who has ordered for Pizza is seated opposite to the person
wearing blue T-shirt, while the person whose T-shirt is of green colour is on the left of the person who has
ordered for Pastries. One who has ordered for Patties is on the immediate right of the person in white Tshirt but on the immediate left of the person who has ordered for Vanilla. C has not ordered for Vanilla
while F has not ordered for Pizza.
Puzzle 3:
There are five types of cards viz. A, B, C, D and E. There are three cards of each type. These are to be
inserted in envelopes of three colours – Red, Yellow and Brown. There are five envelopes of each colour.
B, D and E type cards are inserted in red envelopes. A, B and C type cards are to be inserted in yellow
envelopes and C, D and E type cards are to be inserted in brown envelopes. Two cards each of B and D
type are inserted in red envelopes.

Puzzle 1:
Eight players—Hashim Amla, De Villiers, Dale Stein, JP Duminy, Imran Tahir, Morne Morkel, David Miller
and Dean Elgar are sitting in three lines L1, L2 and L3. And they are in three different categories, either
batsman or bowler or all-rounder. In each line at least two and at most three players are sitting there. And
at least two players are in each category but not more than three. De Villiers and Dale Stein are in
different lines but not in lineL2, and both are in same categories. Dean Elgar and David Miller are in same
line and in same categories, but not all-rounders. JP Duminy and Imran Tahir are in different lines but not
in line L1 and in different categories but not all rounder. Hashim Amla is in LineL2 and JP Duminy is not in
same line as in Hashim Amla. Both players of lineL2 are bowlers. Morne Morkel is all-rounder and not in
line L1. From three all-rounder two are line in L3. Morne Morkel and Dale Stein are in same line and there
are three batsmen.
Puzzle 2:
Seven teachers Prashant, Vidushi, Vandana, Aniket, Neeraj, Meena and Priyanka teach in the science
section of XII of a particular school. They teach one of the following subjects Zoology, Botany, Chemistry,
Physics and Maths Physics and Chemistry are taught by two teachers. Both the Chemistry teachers and
one from Zoology and Maths each has cleared UGC (NET). Four female teachers are Vidushi, Vandana,
Meena and Priyanka. Of them two are married. Two teachers are members of PTA executive council, out
of which only one is male. However, none of the married teachers are its members. All the married
teachers except one are class teachers of one class or the other. There are four married teachers
Prashant, Vidushi, Aniket and Meena. There are three subject teachers. None of the married women
teachers have cleared UGC (NET). Two male teachers have cleared NET out of which one is married. He is
Mr.Prashant, a subject teacher. He is not from PCM stream. He teaches Botany or Zoology. The PTA
members are subject teachers and not class teachers. PTA members teach same subject. Only Mrs.Vidushi
teaches Botany. Priyanka is a class teacher.

Puzzle 3:

In a conference 8 people Pappu, Kalu, Chotu, Bikki, Golu, Tina, Reena and Payal from different cities
Begusarai, Khagaria, Munger, Bhagalpur, Mokama, Muzzafarpur, Purnia and Katihar not necessarily in
same order sitting around a rectangular table. 3 persons are sitting on each longer side and each on the
smaller sides. Bikki is sitting second to the right of the person who is from Katihar. Golu is sitting third to
the left of the person who is from Muzzafarpur. Tina and Reena are sitting opposite each other. Chotu is
sitting diagonally opposite the person from Purnia. Kalu is sitting opposite the person who is from
Begusarai. The person from Bhagalpur is sitting second to the right of the person from Mokama and
second to the left of Pappu, who is not sitting near the person who is from Purnia. Reena is sitting on the
smaller side and to the right of the person who is from Purnia. Persons from Mokama and Bhagalpur are
not on the same side of the table. The person from Bhagalpur is sitting third to the right of the person
from Katihar, who is not sitting diagonally opposite the person from Khagaria. The person from Bhagalpur
is third to the left of Chotu. Tina sits second to the left of Payal. The person from Khagaria sits opposite to
the person from Mokama.
Puzzle 1:
Eight people E, F, G, H, J, K, L and M are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Each of them is of
a different profession Chartered Accountant, Columnist, Doctor, Engineer,Financial Analyst, Lawyer,
Professor and Scientist but not necessarily in the same order. F is sitting second to the left of K. The
Scientist is an immediate neighbour of K. There are only three people between the Scientist and E. Only
one person sits between the Engineer and E. The Columnist is to the immediate right of the Engineer. M is
second to the right of K. H is the Scientist. G and J are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither G nor
J is an Engineer. The Financial Analyst is to the immediate left of F. The Lawyer is second to the right of
the Columnist. The Professor is an immediate neighbour of the Engineer. G is second to the right of the
Chartered Accountant.
Puzzle 2:
A building has eight floors from 1 to 8 in such a way that ground floor is numbered 1, the above floor is
numbered 2 and so on. The top most floor is numbered 8. Eight persons G, P, M, R, Q, A, D and C are
staying each on one of these floors. A is staying on floor 6. There is a gap of three persons between G and
R. C is staying on the topmost floor. Neither P nor M is staying on the floor 5. Q is staying middle of P and
M. R is staying on the floor 1. M is not an immediate neighbor of G.
Puzzle 3:
Eight friends – Romil, Ramesh, Rakesh, Rohit, Rahul, Abhijit, Abhishek and Anil – are sitting around a
circular table, not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing inside others are facing outside.
They are belong to eight different cities – Bhopal, Patna, Kolkata, Delhi, Gwalior, Bengaluru, Chennai and
Rajkot, but not necessarily in the same order. Abhijit faces the Centre and sits third to the right of Rakesh.
Rohit belongs to Kolkata and faces the person who belongs to Bengaluru. Abhishesk sits third to the right
of Ramesh, who stays in Bhopal. The persons who belong to Delhi and Gwalior are facing to the same
direction (inside or outside). Rahul is sitting between the person who belongs to Kolkata and the one from
Rajkot respectively. Romil belongs to Gwalior and Rakesh belongs to Patna. The person who belongs to
Chennai is facing outward and immediate neighbor of Rajkot. Anil is immediate neighbor of the persons
who belong to Gwalior and Chennai. Rahul is immediate left of Rohit.
Puzzle 1:

Brock Lesnar, Shane McMahon, Undertaker, Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins and
Rusev are eight fighters sitting around a circular table. Four of them are facing towards the centre and
four of them are facing away from the centre. All of them like a different movie, viz. Tamasha, Bajirao,
Dilwale, Massan, Airlift, Sultan, Dangal and Ready, but not necessarily in the same order. Dean Ambrose
faces towards the centre and likes Tamasha. Both the immediate neighbours of Dean Ambrose face away
from the centre and like Dilwale or Massan. Roman Reigns faces away from the centre. Both the
immediate neighbours of Roman Reigns do not face away from the centre. Dean Ambrose sits third to the
right of Kevin Owens, who likes Airlift and faces away from the centre. Undertaker sits third to the left of
Kevin Owens. The one who likes Dilwale sits opposits of Kevin Owens. The one who likes Bajirao is not the
immediate neighbour of Kevin Owens and faces away from the centre. Brock Lesnar sits second to the left
of Undertaker and does not like Dangal or Ready. The one who likes Dangal sits between Rusev and Kevin
Owens. Shane McMahon faces away from the centre and does not like Bajirao.

Puzzle 2:
Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, Amitabh, Rakesh,
Akshay, Arti and Ritesh are sitting and all of them are facing south. In row 2, Jaya, Poonam, Twinkle,
Gaurav and Genelia 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 belongs to
different cities — Meerut, Gurgaon, Begusarai, Hajipur, Noida, Cuttack, Banaras, Haridwar, Allahabad and
Mednipur but not necessarily in the same order. There are only two persons sitting between the person
from Merrut, who sits at an extreme end, and Ritesh. Jaya, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an
immediate neighbour of Poonam, who is not from Mednipur. Genelia is sitting at an extreme end. Ritesh,
from Noida , sits on the immediate right of the person from Gurgaon and faces the immediate neighhour
of Poonam. Rakesh is not sitting at the extreme left end. Jaya is not from Allahabad. There is only one
person between Akshay and Arti, who is from Meerut. Gaurav, from Cuttack, is an immediate neighbour
of the person from Mednipur and does not face the person from Begusarai.Twinkle, who is from Hajipur,
is an immediate neighbour of the person from Allahabad, who in turn faces the immediate neighbour of
the person from Noida. There are two persons between the person from Banarasand the person from
Begusarai.
Rakesh
is
not
from
Banaras.
Genelia
is
not
from
Haridwar.
Puzzle 3:
World Cup is being organised by India. Different teams are participating in the World Cup. Seven teams
which are participating are – Pakistan, Australia, Srilanka, India, Kenya, South Africa and West Indies. They
will be playing there matches at different places, namely Delhi, Ranchi, Chennai, Nagpur, Chandigarh and
Mumbai, but not necessarily in the same order, on different days of the week, starting from Monday.
Pakistan will be playing at Ranchi, but neither on Friday nor on Monday. The host country will be playing
on Thursday at Nagpur. There is a gap of one day between Pakistan and India match. South Africa will be
playing the match before West Indies but after Kenya at Cuttack on Wednesday. West Indies will be
playing on the last day of the week. Australia will be playing at Mumbai. No match will be played at Delhi
on Monday. The match at Chandigarh will be played on the last day of the week. The match at Chennai
will be played on Tuesday. No match will be played at Mumbai on Tuesday and Friday.

Puzzle 1:

Eight people S, R, N, L, M, T, O and P are sitting in a circle facing the centre. All eight belong to different
professions ___ reporter, doctor, cricketer, teacher, accountant, shopkeeper, painter and supervisor.
They are not necessarily seated in the mentioned order. M is sitting third to the left of O. The doctor is to
the immediate right of M and M is not a reporter. R is sitting fourth to the right of P. Neither R nor P is an
immediate neighbour of M. T is a teacher and is sitting third to the right of the doctor. The shopkeeper is
sitting second to the left of the teacher. The painter is sitting second to the left of M. S the cricketer is
sitting exactly between T and P. The accountant is sitting second to the right of the cricketer. N is sitting
third to the left of T.
Puzzle 2:
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a circle, but not necessarily in the same order. Four of
them are facing outside and four of them are facing the centre. E faces outside, Both the immediate
neighbours of E face the centre. H sits second to the right of E. B sits third to the left of E. D faces the
centre. Both the immediate neighbours of D face outside. G sits second to the left of A. B sits third to the
right of H. F is an immediate neighbour of D. C is an immediate neighbour of G. D is not an immediate
neighbour of B.

Puzzle 3:
Eight colleagues, A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H, are sitting around a circular table facing the centre but not
necessary in the same order. Each one of them holds a different post - Manager, Compony Secretory,
Chairman, President, Vice President, Group Leader, Financial Advisor and Managing Director. A sits third
to the right of the Managing Director. Only two people sit between the Managing Director and H. The Vice
President and the Company Secretary are immediate reighbours. Neither A nor H is a Vice President or a
Company Secretary. The Vice President is not an immediate neighbor of the Managing Director. The
Manager sits second to the left of E. E is not an immediate neighbor of H. The Manager is an immediate
neighbor of both the Group Leader and the Financial Advisor. The Financial Advisor sits third to the right
of B. B is not the Vice President. C sits on the immediate right of the Chairman. A is not the chairman. F is
not an immediate neighbor of A. G is not an immediate neighbor of the Manager.
Puzzle 1:
There are seven teachers P, Q, R, S, T, U and V in Bank Power. Each one of them teaches a different
subject. There are three female and four male teachers, and out of these, there are two pairs of couples.
R who teaches Computers is married to the teacher who teaches English. T and V are female teachers who
teach History and Economics respectively. P teaches Reasoning and his wife does not teach Economics. Q
does not teach English or Mathematics. U and S are male teachers. U is unmarried. One of them teaches
Geography.
Puzzle 2:
Eight players—Sachin, Virender, Mahender, Suresh, Praveen, Rahul, Ravinder, and Dinesh are sitting in
three lines L1, L2 and L3. And they are in three different categories, either batsman or bowler or all
rounder. In each line at least two and at most three players are sitting there. And at least two players are
in each category but not more than three. Virender and Mahender are in different lines but not in line L2,
and both are in same categories. Dinesh and Ravinder are in same line and in same categories, but not all
rounder. Suresh and Praveen are in different lines but not in line L1 and in different categories but not all
rounder. Sachin is in line L2 and Suresh is not in same as in Sachin. Both players of line L2 are bowlers.
Rahul is all rounder and not in line L1. From three all rounder two are line in L3. Rahul and Mahinder are
in same line, and there are three batsmen.

Puzzle 3:

Five friends Rosy, Mandy, Denial, Lucky and Ella like five different watches Titan, Samay, Sonata, Citizen
and Fastrack 5 different cars Wagon R, Alto, Santro, Swift and Xylo & 5 different pens Reynolds, Parker,
Cello, Montex and Elkos. Ella like wagon R car but not like Parker pen and Citizen Watch; lucky likes sonata
watch and Reynolds pens but not like Xylo car. Mandy likes Xylo car and Samay watch. Rosy like Santro car
and Cello pen, person who likes wagon R car likes Fastrack watch. Elkos pen is liked by a person who has
swift car and citizen watch.
Puzzle 1:
Twelve people are sitting in two parallel rows containing six people each, in such a way that there is an
equal distance between adjacent persons. In row -1 - P, Q, R, S, T and V are seated and all of them are
facing south. In row-2 - A, B, C, D, E and F are seated and all of them are facing North. Therefore, in the
given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. P sits
third to the left of T. Neither P nor T sits at an extreme end of the line. A sits second to the right of E.
Neither A nor E faces T or P. A does not sit at an extreme end. R does not face A and R does not sit at an
extreme end of the line. Only one person sits between F and C. Neither F nor C faces T. C does not sit at
the extreme end. Only one person sits between V and Q. F is not an immediate neighbour of B and A does
not face V.

Puzzle 2:
Six friends – Deepa, Vandana, Anita, Nikita, Rashmi and Sonika have ordered six different food items
which are Chola- Bhatura, Chowmein, Pizza, Burger, Dosa and Idli not necessarily in same order. Each one
likes a different type of Ice cream Mango, Strawberry, Black Current, Vanilla, Choco chip and Butter
Scotch again not in the same order. Nikita did not like Idli. Rashmi order Pizza and likes Mango ice cream.
Anita likes Black Currant ice cream and did not order Idli. The one who likes Vanila ice cream has ordered
Dosa, Sonika ordered Burger and does not like Butter Scotch. The one who likes Choco chip has ordered
Chowmein. Deepa and Vandana not like Choco chip. Deepa does not like Butter Scotch.

Puzzle 3:

R Q, R. S, T, V, W are sitting in a straight line facing north. Each one of them works in different companies
viz. Olay, Tressme, Tide, Ford. Ferrari, Sunsilk and Santoor. Q sits fourth to the left of the person working
in Sunsilk. Either Q or the person working in Sunsilk sits at the extreme end of the line. Only one person
sits between Q and W. W works in Tide. The person working in Olay sits third to the right of S. S is not an
immediate neighbor of W. Only one person sits between T and the person who works in Tressme. P and R
are immediate neighbors of each other. P does network in Sunsilk. One who works in Ferrari sits third to
the right of the one who works in Santoor.
Puzzle 1:
A committee has nine members A, B, C, D, E. F. G, H and I and it is divided into three groups, viz Play
group, Entertainment group and Food group — with three members in each group. There are certain
conditions for the formation of the groups. Only three members will be selected in each group. One
person cannot be selected for more than one group. A is in the Play group. H is in the Entertainment

group. C and D are in the same group but not in the group of I. A and B are not in the same group. E is not
in the same group as I but is in the Food group. F is in the group in which either H or B or both of them are
present. I and H are not in the same group. F is neither with E nor with I.
Puzzle 2:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in row - I facing South but not necessarily in the same order and
each of them is working in a different company among Microsoft, Amazon, TCS, SAPIENT , HDFC and Axis.
Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting in row - II facing north but not necessarily in the same order and
each of them is working in a different company among Google, Infosys, Accenture, IBM, Capital One and
ICICI. Each person in one row faces exactly one person from the other row. A is third from the left end and
is opposite the person who is to the immediate right of the IBM employee. The IBM employee is opposite
the person who is to the immediate left of the TCS employee. The Google employee and the SAPIENT
employee sit at right ends in their respective rows. C is a SAPIENT employee, and is adjacent to E. D sits
opposite Q and to the left of A but does not sit at any extreme. B is not adjacent to D but opposite P. The
ICICI employee sits neither at an end nor opposite A, but sits to the right of P. The Accenture employee is
adjacent to neither the Infosys employee nor the Capital One employee. S sits at an end. R is opposite the
Amazon employee but sits at neither end. T is opposite the HDFC employee and the Microsoft employee
is second to the right of the Axis employee. The Capital One employee is not adjacent to P.

Puzzle 3:
Six exams Maths, science, History, Economics, English and Hindi are to be scheduled starting from 2nd
March and ending on 8th march wit Sunday being an off day, not necessarily in the same order. Each of
the exam has different time duration: 40 mins, 50 mins, 60 mins, 75 mins, 90 mins and 100 mins, again
not necessarily in the same order. 8th march is not sunday and an exam of 40 mins is scheduled on that
day. Maths exam is for less than 60 mins and is scheduled immediately before English exam. There are
two exams scheduled between Hindi exam which is for 100 mins and History exam which is for 60 mins.
English exam is before Sunday and there are two days between sunday and maths exam. Economics exam
which is for 75 mins is not scheduled on 2nd march. The exam schedules on saturday is of 100 mins.
Puzzle 1:
There are eight friends, namely Aniket, Neeraj, Vineet, Prashant, Saurabh, Santosh, Anand and Trilok. All
of them own a different 2- wheeler, namely Bajaj, Hero, Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha, TVS, LML and Harley
Davidson, though not necessarily in the same order. All of them are sitting around a circular table facing
the centre. Trilok is not a neighbour of Neeraj while Santosh owns neither LML nor Harley Davidson. There
is only one person between Aniket and Prashant. Vineet, who owns TVS, is third to the left of the one who
owns Honda. The one who is sitting opposite the one who had Hero owns Harley Davidson. Neither
Aniketnor Prashant has Honda. There are two persons between Saurabh and Anand, who own Heroand
Yamaha respectively, but neither of those two persons is Vineet. Aniket is second to the left of Saurabh
and owns Suzuki. Neeraj is an immediate neighbour of Anand.

Puzzle 2:
(1) There are seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G based in Delhi. Each of them is from a different state, has
a different profession, and plays a different instrument.
(2) C, a doctor, is from Bihar.
(3) E and F play mandolin and violin, though not necessarily in that order.

(4) A is not from Kerala.
(5) The person from Kerala is an engineer and plays guitar.
(6)The lawyer plays sitar.
(7) The businessman from UP plays violin.
(8) The teacher and the cricketer play flute and piano, though not necessarily in that order.
(9) F is a pilot.
(10) The Maharashtrian is a teacher.
(11) The Gujarati plays piano.
(12) G, a Punjabi, does not play sarod.
(13) B is a cricketer.

Puzzle 3:
Eight friends−J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q live on eight different floors of a 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. J lives on floor numbered 4. Only one person lives
between J and L. O lives on the floor immediately below L. Only one person lives between O and P. P lives
above O. O lives on floor numbered 5. Only one person live between K and N, M lives on an even
numbered floor but does not live on floor numbered 8. K lives below Q’s floor A ,B, C, D and E are five
men sitting in a line facing to south - while M, N, O, P and Q are five ladies sitting in a second line parallel
to the first line and are facing to North. B who is just next to the left of D, is opposite to Q. C and N are
diagonally opposite to each other. E is opposite to O who is just next right of M. P who is just to the left of
Q, is opposite to D. M is at one end of the line.
Puzzle 1:
There are six persons A, B, C, D, E and F in school. Each of the teachers teaches two subjects, one
compulsory subject and the other optional subject. D’s optional subject was History while three others
have it as compulsory subject. E and F have Physics as one of their subjects. F’s compulsory subject is
Mathematics which is an optional subject of both C and E. History and English are A’s subjects but in
terms of compulsory and optional subjects, they are just reverse of those of D’s. Chemistry is an optional
subject of only one of them. The only female teacher in the school has English as her compulsory subject.
Puzzle 2:
Five friends P, Q, R, S and T travelled to five different cities of Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Bangalore and
Hyderabad by different modes of transport of Bus, Train, Aeroplane, Car and Boat from Mumbai. The
person who travelled to Delhi did not travel by boat. R went to Bangalore by car and Q went to Kolkata by
aeroplane. S travelled by boat whereas T travelled by train. Mumbai is not connected by bus to Delhi and
Chennai.

Puzzle 3:
Madan and Rohit are in the same team of hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in
tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those
who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of
basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play
chess do not play football, basketball or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team.
Boys who play football also play hockey.


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