Reasoning puzzle questions and answers
puzzle Reasoning का एक topic होता है जो बैंक के exam में आता है यह बैंक की reasoning का सबसे hard topic होता है cut off को clear करने के लिए puzzles की तैयारी आवश्यक है जो भी student बैंक के लिए फॉर्म अप्लाई कर रहे है उनके लिए एक अच्छी information है हम आपको puzzles की तैयारी के लिए यंहा पर आपको puzzles के practice सेट provide कर रहे है
बैंक के एग्जाम में puzzles 8 – 10 marks की आती है puzzles की तैयारी के लिए candidate ज्यादा से ज्यादा practice set को solve करे हम आपको puzzles की तैयारी के लिए यंहा पर आपको puzzles के practice सेट provide कर रहे है
Eight players(Both National level and International level players) in particular viz., P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W went to a competition by an Eight Seater Vehicle. Among the players Four of them play Hockey and remaining players connected with Tennis. There were four lines and every column contains two seats. No two national level players and No two Hockey players possessed seats in the same line. Q is an International level player however he didn’t sit either with V or With W. P and V are identified with same amusement. P and S are in either National level player or International level player class. P and V are in the same classification with W either in National level or in International level. Q and S are not identified with the same amusement. W who is a Hockey player did not sit in column 4. R sat with S. Both U and W are the players of either Hockey or Tennis. P and V sat in line 1 and line 2 individually.
• Q, R, S, V
• Q, W, S, P
• V, W, S, P
• S – 4 – National – Hockey
• W – 3 – National – Hockey
• T – 1 – Inter National – Tennis
• R Is Sitting In Line 4
• T Who Is Sitting In Line 3 Plays Hockey
• V Is An International Player
Ten persons Arvind, Kapil Lalit, Mannu, Niroti, Prithvi, Chaman, Ramu, Sanjay and Zeeshan are sitting in two rows having five persons in each row. The persons in row 1 are facing south and the persons in row 2 are facing north. Each person in row 1 faces a person of the other row. All of them wear a shirt of a different company, viz. Raymond, Nike, Adidas, Peter England, Koolpals, Inkovy, Redox, Denim, Spykar and Park Avenue, but not necessarily in the same order.
The persons who wear Koolpals and Inkovy sit opposite each other. Prithvi sits opposite to Arvind, who wears Raymond. The one, who wears Nike sits opposite to the one who wears Denim. Zeeshan is not facing north but sits third to the left of Chaman, who wears Nike. There is only one person between Kapil and Lalit. Niroti sits at one of the ends of the row and wears Inkovy. The one who wears Denim sits on the immediate right of Mannu, who does not like the shirt of Park Avenue. The persons who wear Adidas and Peter England respectively are not facing north. Lalit wears Redox. The one who wears Peter England sits opposite the one who sits second to the right of Kapil. Sanjay does not like the shirt of Park Avenue. Niroti sits opposite the one who sits second to the left of the one who wears Adidas.
• Peter England
• Park Avenue
There is an auditorium having seats of either blue or green colour. These seats were occupied by 10 persons namely- A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and J such that 5 of them occupy blue seats while other five occupies green seats. These 10 persons have different body weights- 65kg, 66kg, 67kg, 68kg, 69kg, 70kg, 71kg, 72kg, 73kg, and 74kg but not necessarily in the same order.
A was the heaviest and E was lightest among all. B did not sit on a blue seat and weighed less than G. F also weighed less than G but more than both B as well as D. C was seated on a blue chair and weighed more than both J and H. H and J sat on the chairs of same colour and their weights were two consecutive numbers. I weighed more than C but less than G. f sat on a Blue seat and weighed more than I. Both B and D weighed less than H. H’s weight is an even number. D and A sat on seats having same colour as that of C. B sat on seat having the colour as that of J. E sat on a chair that has the same colour to the one on which I seated.
• Can’t Be Determined
• Either B Or D
• Can’t Be Determined
During a quiz contest, five players namely – Rinkesh, Shreshtha, Manish, Niranjan and Bobby were tested on their ability. Each of the players attempted 60 questions. The questions were classified into 3 types; correct, incorrect and skipped. The correct questions of the players were (25, 18, 23, 16 and 21). The incorrect questions of the players were (16, 18, 20, 24, 22). Each of them was wearing a tee-shirt of different colour and each of them had a different age from 21 to 25 years. Some additional information is given below:
Rinkesh’s number of skipped questions was 26 but was not 24 year old.
Manish’s number of correct questions was 23 but had the lowest number of skipped questions together with Niranjan. Manish didn’t wear Grey tee-shirt.
The person who was 24 year old, attempted 25 questions correctly and attempted 22 incorrectly.
Manish was 21 year old and there was someone wearing blue and a black tee-shirt.
Neither of Shreshtha nor Rinkesh wore a grey tee-shirt.
The difference between the age of Shreshtha and Rinkesh is 1 with Shreshtha being older than him.
The person who is 23 year old attempted 20 questions incorrectly while the person who is 25 year old solved 21 questions correctly.
White tee-shirt was put on by the person whose number of skipped questions was 23 while cream tee-shirt was put on by the person whose number of incorrect questions was 24.
Shreshtha had skipped 22 while Bobby attempted 16 questions incorrectly.
• None Of These
• Either Blue Or Black
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