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Test: Puzzle - Question 1

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One of the seven subjects, viz., Maths, Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Physics, English and Statistics is taught on one day in a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Chemistry is taught on Thursday. English is neither taught on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Only one lecture is held between Chemistry and Botany. Zoology is taught after two days of maths lecture. Statistics is neither taught on Monday nor Sunday. Botany is not taught on the immediate next day on which Zoology is taught. Physics is taught on Monday. 

Q.
On which of the following days is Physics taught?

Detailed Solution for Test: Puzzle - Question 1

Based on the conclusion table, (A) is the right answer

Test: Puzzle - Question 2

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One of the seven subjects, viz., Maths, Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Physics, English and Statistics is taught on one day in a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Chemistry is taught on Thursday. English is neither taught on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Only one lecture is held between Chemistry and Botany. Zoology is taught after two days of maths lecture. Statistics is neither taught on Monday nor Sunday. Botany is not taught on the immediate next day on which Zoology is taught. Physics is taught on Monday. 

Q. 
How many subjects are taught between Botany and Zoology?

Detailed Solution for Test: Puzzle - Question 2

So three subjects, Maths, Chemistry and Statistics are taught between Botany and Zoology

Test: Puzzle - Question 3

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One of the seven subjects, viz., Maths, Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Physics, English and Statistics is taught on one day in a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Chemistry is taught on Thursday. English is neither taught on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Only one lecture is held between Chemistry and Botany. Zoology is taught after two days of maths lecture. Statistics is neither taught on Monday nor Sunday. Botany is not taught on the immediate next day on which Zoology is taught. Physics is taught on Monday. 

Q.  
Which of the following subjects is taught on Saturday?

Test: Puzzle - Question 4

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One of the seven subjects, viz., Maths, Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Physics, English and Statistics is taught on one day in a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Chemistry is taught on Thursday. English is neither taught on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Only one lecture is held between Chemistry and Botany. Zoology is taught after two days of maths lecture. Statistics is neither taught on Monday nor Sunday. Botany is not taught on the immediate next day on which Zoology is taught. Physics is taught on Monday. 

Q. 
On which of the following days is Statistics taught?

Test: Puzzle - Question 5

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One of the seven subjects, viz., Maths, Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Physics, English and Statistics is taught on one day in a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Chemistry is taught on Thursday. English is neither taught on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Only one lecture is held between Chemistry and Botany. Zoology is taught after two days of maths lecture. Statistics is neither taught on Monday nor Sunday. Botany is not taught on the immediate next day on which Zoology is taught. Physics is taught on Monday. 

Q.  
If Statistics is related to Zoology, and Physics is related to Botany in a certain way, then to which of the following is Chemistry related to, following the same pattern?

Test: Puzzle - Question 6

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    Four friends Amar, Dev, Chandan and Bhusan are playing Ludo. They played Ludo six times. One of them won the game thrice, another won twice, another won only once and one of them lost all the games. All of them choose their favourite colours in the game, viz. Red, Yellow, Blue and Green.

The one who won twice is neither Amar nor the one who likes Blue colour.

The one who likes Yellow colour does not win the game more times than Dev.

Bhusan likes Red colour.

The one who likes Green colour is the best performer.

Amar does not like Yellow colour.

Q.
Who among the following won the game twice?

Test: Puzzle - Question 7

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          Four friends Amar, Dev, Chandan and Bhusan are playing Ludo. They played Ludo six times. One of them won the game thrice, another won twice, another won only once and one of them lost all the games. All of them choose their favourite colours in the game, viz. Red, Yellow, Blue and Green.

The one who won twice is neither Amar nor the one who likes Blue colour.

The one who likes Yellow colour does not win the game more times than Dev.

Bhusan likes Red colour.

The one who likes Green colour is the best performer.

Amar does not like Yellow colour.

Q. 
Who among the following likes Bluecolour?

Test: Puzzle - Question 8

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          Four friends Amar, Dev, Chandan and Bhusan are playing Ludo. They played Ludo six times. One of them won the game thrice, another won twice, another won only once and one of them lost all the games. All of them choose their favourite colours in the game, viz. Red, Yellow, Blue and Green.

The one who won twice is neither Amar nor the one who likes Blue colour.

The one who likes Yellow colour does not win the game more times than Dev.

Bhusan likes Red colour.

The one who likes Green colour is the best performer.

Amar does not like Yellow colour.

Q. 
How many times didAmar win the game?

Test: Puzzle - Question 9

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          Four friends Amar, Dev, Chandan and Bhusan are playing Ludo. They played Ludo six times. One of them won the game thrice, another won twice, another won only once and one of them lost all the games. All of them choose their favourite colours in the game, viz. Red, Yellow, Blue and Green.

The one who won twice is neither Amar nor the one who likes Blue colour.

The one who likes Yellow colour does not win the game more times than Dev.

Bhusan likes Red colour.

The one who likes Green colour is the best performer.

Amar does not like Yellow colour.

Q. 
How many times didAmar and Dev together win the game?

Test: Puzzle - Question 10

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          Four friends Amar, Dev, Chandan and Bhusan are playing Ludo. They played Ludo six times. One of them won the game thrice, another won twice, another won only once and one of them lost all the games. All of them choose their favourite colours in the game, viz. Red, Yellow, Blue and Green.

The one who won twice is neither Amar nor the one who likes Blue colour.

The one who likes Yellow colour does not win the game more times than Dev.

Bhusan likes Red colour.

The one who likes Green colour is the best performer.

Amar does not like Yellow colour.

Q. 
Which of the following combinations is true?

Test: Puzzle - Question 11

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A building has seven floors numbered one to seven, in such a way that the ground floor is numbered one, the floor above it, number two and so on such that the topmost floor is numbered seven. One out of seven people viz. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V lives on each floor. P lives on fourth floor. T lives on the floor immediately below U floor. U does not live on the second or the seventh floor.

R live on third floor. Q does not live on a floor immediately above or below R’s floor. S does not live on the topmost floor. V does not live on any floor below T’s floor.

Q.  
Who lives on the topmost floor?

Test: Puzzle - Question 12

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A building has seven floors numbered one to seven, in such a way that the ground floor is numbered one, the floor above it, number two and so on such that the topmost floor is numbered seven. One out of seven people viz. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V lives on each floor. P lives on fourth floor. T lives on the floor immediately below U floor. U does not live on the second or the seventh floor.

R live on third floor. Q does not live on a floor immediately above or below R’s floor. S does not live on the topmost floor. V does not live on any floor below T’s floor.

Q.  
Who lives immediately above S’s floor?

Test: Puzzle - Question 13

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A building has seven floors numbered one to seven, in such a way that the ground floor is numbered one, the floor above it, number two and so on such that the topmost floor is numbered seven. One out of seven people viz. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V lives on each floor. P lives on fourth floor. T lives on the floor immediately below U floor. U does not live on the second or the seventh floor.

R live on third floor. Q does not live on a floor immediately above or below R’s floor. S does not live on the topmost floor. V does not live on any floor below T’s floor.

Q. 
Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

Test: Puzzle - Question 14

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I)  Five friends P, Q, R, S and T travelled to five different cities, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, by five different modes of transport, Bus, Train, Aeroplane, car and Boat, from Bombay.

II) The person who travelled to Delhi did not travel by boat.

III) R went to Begaluru by car and Q went to Kolkata by aeroplane.

IV) S travelled by boat whereas T travelled by train.

V) Mumbai is not connected by bus to Delhi and Chennai.

Q. 
Which of the following combinations of person and mode is not correct?

Test: Puzzle - Question 15

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I)  Five friends P, Q, R, S and T travelled to five different cities, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, by five different modes of transport, Bus, Train, Aeroplane, car and Boat, from Bombay.

II) The person who travelled to Delhi did not travel by boat.

III) R went to Begaluru by car and Q went to Kolkata by aeroplane.

IV) S travelled by boat whereas T travelled by train.

V) Mumbai is not connected by bus to Delhi and Chennai.

Q. 
Which of the following combinations is true for S?

Test: Puzzle - Question 16

Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:

I)  Five friends P, Q, R, S and T travelled to five different cities, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, by five different modes of transport, Bus, Train, Aeroplane, car and Boat, from Bombay.

II) The person who travelled to Delhi did not travel by boat.

III) R went to Begaluru by car and Q went to Kolkata by aeroplane.

IV) S travelled by boat whereas T travelled by train.

V) Mumbai is not connected by bus to Delhi and Chennai.

Q. 
Which of the following combinations of place and mode is not correct?

Test: Puzzle - Question 17

Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:

I)  Five friends P, Q, R, S and T travelled to five different cities, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, by five different modes of transport, Bus, Train, Aeroplane, car and Boat, from Bombay.

II) The person who travelled to Delhi did not travel by boat.

III) R went to Begaluru by car and Q went to Kolkata by aeroplane.

IV) S travelled by boat whereas T travelled by train.

V) Mumbai is not connected by bus to Delhi and Chennai.

Q. 
The person travelling to Delhi went by which of the following modes?

Test: Puzzle - Question 18

Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:

I)  Five friends P, Q, R, S and T travelled to five different cities, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, by five different modes of transport, Bus, Train, Aeroplane, car and Boat, from Bombay.

II) The person who travelled to Delhi did not travel by boat.

III) R went to Begaluru by car and Q went to Kolkata by aeroplane.

IV) S travelled by boat whereas T travelled by train.

V) Mumbai is not connected by bus to Delhi and Chennai.

Q. 
Who among the following travelled to Delhi?

Test: Puzzle - Question 19

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A parking lot can accommodate only six cars. The six cars are parked in two rows in such a way that the front of the three cars parked in one row is facing the other three cars in the other row.

(i) Alto is not parked in the beginning of any row.

(ii) Esteem is second to the right of i10

(iii) Punto, who is the neighbour of Alto is parked diagonally opposite to i10.

(iv) Swift is parked in front of Alto.

(v) SX4 is parked to the immediate right of Alto.

Q. 
If SX 4 and Esteem exchange their positions mutually, then car(s) adjacent to Esteem is (are)

Test: Puzzle - Question 20

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A parking lot can accommodate only six cars. The six cars are parked in two rows in such a way that the front of the three cars parked in one row is facing the other three cars in the other row.

(i) Alto is not parked in the beginning of any row.

(ii) Esteem is second to the right of i10

(iii) Punto, who is the neighbour of Alto is parked diagonally opposite to i10.

(iv) Swift is parked in front of Alto.

(v) SX4 is parked to the immediate right of Alto.

Q. 
If Alto changes position with i10 andPunto changes position with SX4 and Swift shifts one position to the right to accommodate Beatle, then the car(s) parked adjacent to Beatle is (are)

Detailed Solution for Test: Puzzle - Question 20

The correct answer is D as From given information  arrangement is as following;
A parking lot can accommodate only six cars.
Alto is not parked in the beginning of any row.
Hence , Alto and Swift will be adjacent to Beatle.

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