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RBI Assistant Puzzle Questions – For RBI Asst. SBI Clerk & SBI PO 2020

RBI Assistant Puzzle Questions

Reasoning Puzzle Questions are an integral part of the Reasoning Ability section of the various Bank, Insurance and Government Exams. Most of the aspirants find the puzzles tricky and time-consuming. Therefore they skip Reasoning Puzzle questions in the exams while others who do not skip them, end up wasting too much of the precious time in solving them. This often proves hazardous for the Exam aspirants. Therefore to help you in practising various different types of RBI Assistant Puzzle Questions, we have come up with this blog comprising of various puzzles questions as well as the approach to solve them. Find them below. 

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Q.1. Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H were born on the same date i.e. on 5th May but in different years 1963, 1967, 1975, 1977, 1984, 1986, 1990 and 1995 not necessarily in the same order. No two persons were born on the same day. Make all the age calculations as on 5th May 2019. 

The number of persons elder to E was twice as that of the number of persons elder to A. Number of persons born before E was equal to the number of persons born after G. Three persons were born between B and F. B was not the eldest. Only one person was born between D and H. D was elder to H. 

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Q.2. Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H were born in the years 1951, 1954, 1963, 1969, 1972, 1980, 1986 and 2002 not necessarily in the same order. They were born on the same date i.e. on 1st of January. Make all the age calculations as on 1st Jan 2018. 

G’s age was found to be a perfect square. G and F were born at a gap of 2 persons. B was aged twice as that of E. D was born at a gap of 1 from E. A was elder to H who was elder to C. At least one person was born between A and G. 

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Q.3. Nine persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I were born on the same day i.e. on 2nd February but in different years viz. 1962, 1969, 1973, 1975, 1978, 1985, 1991, 1992 and 2000 not necessarily in the same order. Each person liked a different fruit viz. apple, kiwi, orange, papaya, guava, peach, grapes, mango and pineapple not necessarily in the same order. Make all the age calculations as on 12th December 2019. 

D was 7 years elder to the one who liked grapes. Three persons were born between the persons who liked grapes and papaya. The number of persons born before the one who liked papaya was equal to the number of persons born after the one who liked orange. B was born immediately after the one who liked orange. Four persons were born between B and I. A liked apple and was elder to the one who liked papaya, but was not the eldest. E was born immediately after the one who liked guava. F was born immediately before H who liked Kiwi. G liked mango and was born immediately before the one who liked peach. D was not the eldest and at least one person was born between D and I. 

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Try and solve these by yourself first and then move on to understand the solution for these in the below-given video.

Q.4. Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H worked in an organization XYZ LTD. Each person had a different monthly income. 

H earned more than D but less than E. E earned more than C who earned more than H. F earned more than A. B earned more than G but less than F. A earned more than G. D earned more than F. Number of persons who earned more than C was equal to the number of persons who earned less than that earned by A. The one who earned the third-highest had a salary of 54K. 

Which of the following can be the income of C if the difference between the income of E and H is 25K?

  1. 81k
  2. 53k
  3. 45k
  4. 72k
  5. None of the above.

Q.5. Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G went to a gym. Each person had a different bodyweight. The weights were integral values. 

E weighed more than B but less than D. Number of persons lighter than F was twice as that of the number of persons heavier than G. G was not the heaviest. A weighed more than C but less than B. Number of persons heavier than D was equal to the number of persons lighter than C. The third heaviest person weighed 75Kg.

If the difference between the weights of E and C is of 20 Kg, then which of the following can be the weight of F?

  1. 86 Kg
  2. 97 Kg
  3. 67 Kg
  4. 54Kg
  5. Both 3 and 4

Q.6. six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U have a different body weight (Kg). Q weighed more than R but less than S. S weighed more than U. Number of persons who weighed more than U was equal to the number of persons who weighed less than T. U weighed more than T. R weighed 67 Kg. R was not the lightest. The 3rd heaviest person was not U. 

Which of the following cannot be the weight of P?

I. 66 Kg

II. 56 Kg

III. 69 Kg

  1. Only I
  2. Both I and II
  3. Only III
  4. Both I and III
  5. Only II

Q.7. Ten boxes were kept over one another in a stack. The boxes had different pulses/cereals viz. rice, wheat, maize, Bajra, gram, kidney beans, peas, millet, Jowar and lentils not necessarily in the same order. The weight of each of the boxes was different, and they were stacked as per their weight in the ascending order. Thus, the topmost box was the lightest and so on.

Gram weighed more than lentils but less than wheat. These three boxes were kept consecutively. Number of boxes kept below the box of lentils was equal to the number of boxes above the box with Bajra. Lentils were heavier than Bajra. Millets and rice were not kept in consecutive boxes. 4 boxes were stacked between Rice and Kidney beans. Rice and Bajra were kept in consecutive boxes. Maize is heavier than peas but lighter than kidney beans. Peas were kept immediately below Jowar. Jowar was not the lightest. 

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