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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 1

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Five Women Madhu, Kanchan, Chandni, Sheela and Rekha are married to Doctor, Naval Officer, Lawyer, Sales Manager and Engineer. The ladies are Accountant, Teacher and Doctor by Profession, while two are Housewives.
(i) One husband and Wife have the same profession.
(ii) Madhu and Kanchan are neither Housewives nor they are married to Doctor or Lawyer.
(iii) Sheela and Rekha are neither Teacher nor Accountant and their Husbands are neither the Engineer nor are in a Navy.
(iv) The Sales Manager is not Madhu’s or Chandni’s husband. His Wife is an Accountant.
(v) Rekha is not a doctor
(Vi) Chandni is not a Teacher and the Teacher’s husband is Naval officer.

Q. Who among the following is engaged in Doctor’s Profession with her husband?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 2

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Five Women Madhu, Kanchan, Chandni, Sheela and Rekha are married to Doctor, Naval Officer, Lawyer, Sales Manager and Engineer. The ladies are Accountant, Teacher and Doctor by Profession, while two are Housewives.
(i) One husband and Wife have the same profession.
(ii) Madhu and Kanchan are neither Housewives nor they are married to Doctor or Lawyer.
(iii) Sheela and Rekha are neither Teacher nor Accountant and their Husbands are neither the Engineer nor are in a Navy.
(iv) The Sales Manager is not Madhu’s or Chandni’s husband. His Wife is an Accountant.
(v) Rekha is not a doctor
(Vi) Chandni is not a Teacher and the Teacher’s husband is Naval officer.

Q. Which of the following pair is the correct match of husband –wife?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 3

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Five Women Madhu, Kanchan, Chandni, Sheela and Rekha are married to Doctor, Naval Officer, Lawyer, Sales Manager and Engineer. The ladies are Accountant, Teacher and Doctor by Profession, while two are Housewives.
(i) One husband and Wife have the same profession.
(ii) Madhu and Kanchan are neither Housewives nor they are married to Doctor or Lawyer.
(iii) Sheela and Rekha are neither Teacher nor Accountant and their Husbands are neither the Engineer nor are in a Navy.
(iv) The Sales Manager is not Madhu’s or Chandni’s husband. His Wife is an Accountant.
(v) Rekha is not a doctor
(Vi) Chandni is not a Teacher and the Teacher’s husband is Naval officer.

Q. Who among the followings are Housewives?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 4

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Five Women Madhu, Kanchan, Chandni, Sheela and Rekha are married to Doctor, Naval Officer, Lawyer, Sales Manager and Engineer. The ladies are Accountant, Teacher and Doctor by Profession, while two are Housewives.
(i) One husband and Wife have the same profession.
(ii) Madhu and Kanchan are neither Housewives nor they are married to Doctor or Lawyer.
(iii) Sheela and Rekha are neither Teacher nor Accountant and their Husbands are neither the Engineer nor are in a Navy.
(iv) The Sales Manager is not Madhu’s or Chandni’s husband. His Wife is an Accountant.
(v) Rekha is not a doctor
(Vi) Chandni is not a Teacher and the Teacher’s husband is Naval officer.

Q. Who is the wife of Engineer?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 5

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Eight friends — Nirvi, Rashi, Diya, Priya, Priti, Reena, Nisha and Isha — are sitting around a
circular table but not facing the centre. Each of them has her birthday in different months, viz
January, February, March, April, May, June, July and August, but not necessarily in the same
order.
Isha, whose birthday is in the month of April, sits third to the right of Priti. The one whose birthday is in the month of June sits second to the left of Nisha, whose birthday is in the month of January.  Diya, whose birthday is in the month of July, sits between the persons whose birthday, are in the months of February and June. Nisha sits second to the left of Rashi,who cannot  sit adjacent to Priti. Reena’s birthday is in the month of August and sits second to the right of Nirvi, whose birthday is in the month of March.

Q. What is the position of Nisha with respect to the person whose birthday is in the month of July?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 6

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Eight friends — Nirvi, Rashi, Diya, Priya, Priti, Reena, Nisha and Isha — are sitting around a
circular table but not facing the centre. Each of them has her birthday in different months, viz
January, February, March, April, May, June, July and August, but not necessarily in the same
order.
Isha, whose birthday is in the month of April, sits third to the right of Priti. The one whose birthday is in the month of June sits second to the left of Nisha, whose birthday is in the month of January.  Diya, whose birthday is in the month of July, sits between the persons whose birthday, are in the months of February and June. Nisha sits second to the left of Rashi,who cannot  sit adjacent to Priti. Reena’s birthday is in the month of August and sits second to the right of Nirvi, whose birthday is in the month of March.

Q. Which of the following combinations is definitely true?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 7

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Eight friends — Nirvi, Rashi, Diya, Priya, Priti, Reena, Nisha and Isha — are sitting around a
circular table but not facing the centre. Each of them has her birthday in different months, viz
January, February, March, April, May, June, July and August, but not necessarily in the same
order.
Isha, whose birthday is in the month of April, sits third to the right of Priti. The one whose birthday is in the month of June sits second to the left of Nisha, whose birthday is in the month of January.  Diya, whose birthday is in the month of July, sits between the persons whose birthday, are in the months of February and June. Nisha sits second to the left of Rashi,who cannot  sit adjacent to Priti. Reena’s birthday is in the month of August and sits second to the right of Nirvi, whose birthday is in the month of March.

Q. How many persons are sitting between Priti and the person whose birthday is in the month of April? (If counted from Priti in clockwise direction)

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 8

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Eight friends — Nirvi, Rashi, Diya, Priya, Priti, Reena, Nisha and Isha — are sitting around a
circular table but not facing the centre. Each of them has her birthday in different months, viz
January, February, March, April, May, June, July and August, but not necessarily in the same
order.
Isha, whose birthday is in the month of April, sits third to the right of Priti. The one whose birthday is in the month of June sits second to the left of Nisha, whose birthday is in the month of January.  Diya, whose birthday is in the month of July, sits between the persons whose birthday, are in the months of February and June. Nisha sits second to the left of Rashi,who cannot  sit adjacent to Priti. Reena’s birthday is in the month of August and sits second to the right of Nirvi, whose birthday is in the month of March.

Q. Which of the following persons birthday is in the month of February?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 9

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There are seven persons P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are going to the different cities i.e. Delhi, Patna, Bangalore, Ranchi, Goa, Mumbai and Chennai, but not necessarily in the same order also all of them work on different posts in their companies viz; CEO, GM, GDM, DM, ADM, EGM and AGM, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two person sits between the person who is ADM and the one who is immediate above the one, who is going to Chennai. Neither V nor T is going to Chennai and Patna. The person who is GM is going to Goa. EGM is above DM (but not immediate above). Only One person sits between CEO and ADM, who is going to Delhi. There are three person sit between the one who is going to Goa and V. The person who is GDM is going to Patna and sits immediate above ADM. U is EGM and he is not going to Bangalore and Ranchi. V is going to Ranchi and he is not CEO. Two persons sit between U and T. T is not going to that city, which is immediate below Delhi. Four persons sits between R and S. Q sits below R and two place above U.

Q. How many person sit between R and The person who is CEO?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 10

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There are seven persons P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are going to the different cities i.e. Delhi, Patna, Bangalore, Ranchi, Goa, Mumbai and Chennai, but not necessarily in the same order also all of them work on different posts in their companies viz; CEO, GM, GDM, DM, ADM, EGM and AGM, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two person sits between the person who is ADM and the one who is immediate above the one, who is going to Chennai. Neither V nor T is going to Chennai and Patna. The person who is GM is going to Goa. EGM is above DM (but not immediate above). Only One person sits between CEO and ADM, who is going to Delhi. There are three person sit between the one who is going to Goa and V. The person who is GDM is going to Patna and sits immediate above ADM. U is EGM and he is not going to Bangalore and Ranchi. V is going to Ranchi and he is not CEO. Two persons sit between U and T. T is not going to that city, which is immediate below Delhi. Four persons sits between R and S. Q sits below R and two place above U.

Q. Works on which of the following post?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 11

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There are seven persons P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are going to the different cities i.e. Delhi, Patna, Bangalore, Ranchi, Goa, Mumbai and Chennai, but not necessarily in the same order also all of them work on different posts in their companies viz; CEO, GM, GDM, DM, ADM, EGM and AGM, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two person sits between the person who is ADM and the one who is immediate above the one, who is going to Chennai. Neither V nor T is going to Chennai and Patna. The person who is GM is going to Goa. EGM is above DM (but not immediate above). Only One person sits between CEO and ADM, who is going to Delhi. There are three person sit between the one who is going to Goa and V. The person who is GDM is going to Patna and sits immediate above ADM. U is EGM and he is not going to Bangalore and Ranchi. V is going to Ranchi and he is not CEO. Two persons sit between U and T. T is not going to that city, which is immediate below Delhi. Four persons sits between R and S. Q sits below R and two place above U.

Q. Four of the following Five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 12

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Ten people G, H, I, J, K, L, W, X, Y and Z live in a building with four Floors. Each Floor has 3 flats – flat 1, flat 2, and flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered floor 1 and top most floor is floor 4. Each flat is built in such a way that Flat 1 of floor 2 is just above Flat 1 of floor 1 and so on.
The two flats in which no one lives are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat. G does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. W lives in the flat just above H. The flat between K and X is vacant and K lives in one of the flat above X. L lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of X. Z and Y lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. G lives on a floor and flat just above W’s floor and flat. I live on one of the floors on which one flat is vacant. Z and I both lives in the flat which is numbered 1.

Q. Which of the following statement is true about G?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 13

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Ten people G, H, I, J, K, L, W, X, Y and Z live in a building with four Floors. Each Floor has 3 flats – flat 1, flat 2, and flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered floor 1 and top most floor is floor 4. Each flat is built in such a way that Flat 1 of floor 2 is just above Flat 1 of floor 1 and so on.
The two flats in which no one lives are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat. G does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. W lives in the flat just above H. The flat between K and X is vacant and K lives in one of the flat above X. L lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of X. Z and Y lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. G lives on a floor and flat just above W’s floor and flat. I live on one of the floors on which one flat is vacant. Z and I both lives in the flat which is numbered 1.

Q. Which of the following lives on the ground floor?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 14

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Ten people G, H, I, J, K, L, W, X, Y and Z live in a building with four Floors. Each Floor has 3 flats – flat 1, flat 2, and flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered floor 1 and top most floor is floor 4. Each flat is built in such a way that Flat 1 of floor 2 is just above Flat 1 of floor 1 and so on.
The two flats in which no one lives are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat. G does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. W lives in the flat just above H. The flat between K and X is vacant and K lives in one of the flat above X. L lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of X. Z and Y lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. G lives on a floor and flat just above W’s floor and flat. I live on one of the floors on which one flat is vacant. Z and I both lives in the flat which is numbered 1.

Q. Which of the following does not belong to a certain group?

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Test: Puzzle - 2 - Question 15

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Ten people G, H, I, J, K, L, W, X, Y and Z live in a building with four Floors. Each Floor has 3 flats – flat 1, flat 2, and flat 3 in the same order from left to right. Ground floor is numbered floor 1 and top most floor is floor 4. Each flat is built in such a way that Flat 1 of floor 2 is just above Flat 1 of floor 1 and so on.
The two flats in which no one lives are on even numbered floor and in even numbered flat. G does not live on even numbered floor and even numbered flat. W lives in the flat just above H. The flat between K and X is vacant and K lives in one of the flat above X. L lives in an odd numbered flat which is in the left of X. Z and Y lives on the same floor and no one else is living with them on that floor. G lives on a floor and flat just above W’s floor and flat. I live on one of the floors on which one flat is vacant. Z and I both lives in the flat which is numbered 1.

Q. Who is living in flat 1 on floor 4?

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