# PUZZLES-2

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Nine persons M, O, P, Q, U, T, S, R, and N live in a nine-story building such that on each floor only one person lives. Each one of them likes different fruits viz, Apple, Orange, Banana, Grapes, Water Melon, Guava, Papaya, Mango, and Kiwi. The floors are numbered from bottom to top as 1 to 9. M lives on an odd numbered floor above 5 and likes Banana. Q lives three floors above S. T does not like Papaya. P lives above R. Q lives immediately below the one who likes Mango.

The one who likes Mango lives on an oddnumbered floor. The one who likes Apple lives three floors below the one who likes Orange. U and the one who likes Guava are adjacent to T, where U is above T. T lives on the floor number which is a perfect square. The one who likes Grapes lives just above N, who lives on the lowermost floor. There are four floors between the floors on which the one who likes Kiwi and Q lives. Q does not like Grapes. O likes Orange and is adjacent to the one who likes Banana.

1. How many floors are there between the floor numbers of M and the one who likes Papaya?

A) One   B) Three   C) Two    D) No one   E) More than three

2. Who among the following likes Mango?

A) P   B) U    C) N    D) R    E) S

3. How many persons live above U?

A) One    B) Three    C) Four    D) Two    E) More than Four

4. Who likes the Kiwi?

A) M    B) O    C) P    D) N   E) S

5. Find the odd one?

A) M   B) P    C) U   D) S    E) T

Explanation:

Key: 1-C,   2-A,   3-C,   4-D,   5-E.

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

Eight different shops S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z sold drinks each month starting from January to August but not necessarily in the same order. The number of drink bottles sold by the eight shops in eight different months of the same year is 64, 124, 87, 58, 97, 75, 48, and 111 but not necessarily in the same order. 87 bottles of the drink has been sold by W and sold on the month which is thirty days. Only three shops sold drink bottles between W and Z. X sold eight multiple of drink bottles and sold on immediately after W. Highest number of drink bottles were sold in March and two months before March T sold the drink bottles. In July a shop sold square of a number drink bottles and on the month after July, a shop sold second least number of drink bottles. Shop Y sold more than Shop T but less than Shop Z. U does not sell drink bottles either in March or after X. Shop which sells the least number of bottles sells it neither immediately to T nor immediately to W. Shop Y and S doesn’t sell the highest number of drink bottles. Y doesn’t sell 58 bottles but sells after U.

6. How many shops sell after the shop which sells second highest number of drink bottles?

A) 4   B) 3   C) 5    D) 6    E) 2

7. What is the sum of the drink bottles sold by shop V and Y?

A) 231   B) 211  C) 221   D) 227    E) 217]

8. On which month shop Z was sold?

A) January   B) March   C) August    D) February   E) Jul

9. Which of the following doesn’t belong to that group?

A) Y   B) W   C) Z    D) T    E) S

10. Which of the following combination is not true?

A) Feb-Z-97    B) Mar-U-124    C) Jun-X-58    D) May-Y-48    E) All are not true

Explanation:

Key:   6-D,   7-C,   8-D,   9-E,   10-E

Direction (Q. 11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven persons – G, H, I, J, K, L and M are work in a school. Each of them has different designation - Director, Principal, Vice Principal (VP), Senior Teacher (ST), Teacher, Assistant Teacher (AT) and Librarian but not necessarily in the same order. These designations are in the decreasing order as Director is the senior most designation and Librarian is the junior most designation. At least four persons are junior to K. Only three designations lie between K and H. G does not Assistant Teacher. K doesnot the senior most designation. M is senior to K. I is senior to G and junior to L, who is senior teacher.

11. Who is the Vice Principal?

A) I   B) K   C) G    D) H    E) J

12. How many designations lie between L and G?

A) Two   B) None   C) Three    D) One   E) More than three

13. As many persons senior to H is same as junior to ___?

A) I   B) J   C) K   D) H   E) L

14. Which of the following combination is correct?

A) Principal – G    B) Librarian – M    C) Director – L    D) Assistant Teacher – H    E) Teacher – K

15. What is the position of K?

A) Principal    B) Director    C) Teacher    D) Librarian   E) Vice Principal

Explanation:

Key: 11-E,   12-A,   13-C,   14-D,   15-A

Direction (Q. 16-19): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

Nine persons K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are working in three different department viz. Civil, Mechanical and Ethical but not necessarily in the same order. Minimum two persons and maximum four persons are working in same department. They like different games viz. Chess, Hockey and Cricket. N works with the one who likes Chess. The one who likes Hockey works with R. S and L are working in same department. O and the one who likes Chess works in same department but not in Civil department. Only two persons are working in Civil department, K and the one who likes Hockey. Q does not work in Ethical department. Q likes neither Chess nor Cricket. M works in either Ethical or Civil department. R likes Cricket and don’t work with S. S likes Chess and works with the one who likes Hockey. S likes Chess and works with M. The persons are working in Mechanical department doesn’t like Chess. Both M and L like Cricket. P does not like Cricket.

16. Which among the following game likes Q?

A) Hockey   B) Cricket    C) Chess    D) Either A or B    E) Either B or C

17. Which among the following department has more number of workers?

A) Civil    B) Ethical    C) Mechanical   D) Both A and C    E) Either A or B

18. Which among the following combination is TRUE?

A) N – Chess – Ethical   B) Q – Chess – Mechanical    C) L – Cricket – Mechanical

D) R – Hockey – Civil   E) M – Cricket – Ethical

19. In which department does P and R works?

A) Civil   B) Ethical   C) Mechanical   D) Either A or C   E) Either A or B

Explanation:

Key: 16-A,   17-B,  18-E,   19-C

Directions (Q. 20-24): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

20. Q buys which item?

A) Pouch    B) Watch    C) Mobile    D) Vase    E) Bag

21. X buys how many items?

A) 24   B) 47   C) 29    D) 55   E) 32

22. Who buys 32 items?

A) S    B) X    C) Q    D) U   E) V

23. How many persons buy between X and onewho buys 32 items?

A) Six    B) Five    C) Seven    D) Four    E) Three

24. Which among the following combination is true?

A) S – 4 – Belt    B) U – 24 – Watch   C) P – 29 – Chair    D) R – 55 – Pouch    E) T – 8 – Bag

Explanation:

Key:   20-B,    21-C,   22-D,    23-B,   24-D

Posted Date : 11-02-2023

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