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Reasoning Puzzle Questions – For RBI Assistant, SBI Clerk, SBI PO, IBPS Exams

Reasoning 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 Reasoning Puzzles, 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. Nine people were born in nine different years among 1891, 1897, 1898, 1904, 1907, 1912, 1915, 1917, 1920. F was born immediately before H. Two people were born between C and I where I was born after C. D was born just after C in an odd year. Five people were born between H and B where H is born before B. C was not born in an odd year. A was born before E. Three people were born between G and D where G was born before D in an even year. 

Q.2. A rack had 5 different shelves A, B, D, E and F not necessarily in the same order. Each shelf had different jewellery on display viz. gold, silver, diamond, brass and platinum not necessarily in the same order. Assume that the shelves faced north.

  • Shelf B was 3rd to the left of the shelf with the diamond jewellery.
  • Shelf D had the gold jewellery and was at one of the extreme ends. 
  • Shelf A was to the immediate left of shelf E which had the silver jewellery.
  • The shelf with the brass jewellery was to the immediate left of the shelf with the platinum jewellery.
  • Shelf F was not neighbouring the shelf with the gold jewellery.

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Q.3. 8 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table facing the centre. 2 persons each are sitting along the four sides of the table. Each person is facing one person from the opposite side of the table. 

  • The number of persons between G and C are less when counted from the right of G than when counted from the left of G. 
  • C is sitting 2nd to the left of F. 
  • A is sitting 2nd to the right of D, who is facing north. 
  • H is not the neighbour of E.
  • E is not the neighbour of D.
  • A is facing B, who is sitting along the same side with G.

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

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Q.4. Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U liked different fruits viz, Mango, Pear, Apple, Kiwi, Papaya and Guava not necessarily in the same order. Each person liked a different colour from blue, green, yellow, red, white and black not necessarily in the same order. 

The one who liked mango liked blue. T and U liked yellow and white not necessarily in the same order. People who liked papaya and mango liked colours which started with the same alphabet. R liked guava. The one who liked mango liked blue and U liked apple. The one who liked pear liked yellow. Q did not like mango. P liked kiwi. R did not like green. 

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Q.5. Six children A, B, C, D, E and F were of different ages 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 years old not necessarily in the same order. Each child liked a different fruit viz. apple, mango, kiwi, grapes, papaya and peach not necessarily in the same order. The one who liked papaya was thrice as old as B. The one who was 3 years old liked apple. F was twice as old as B. The one who liked mango was elder to the one who liked grapes. The one liked kiwi was 5 years old. The one who liked peach was twice as old as D. A was 3 years younger to E. 

Q.6. Seven professionals A, B, C, D, E, F and G had different professions viz. doctor, lawyer, engineer, architect, manager, chef and professor not necessarily in the same order. Each person owned a different coloured car viz. yellow, pink, green, blue, golden, pink and red not necessarily in the same order. 

D liked blue and was either the professor or the engineer. Lawyer liked green. The architect liked golden. F did not like pink or red. The doctor liked orange. The doctor and engineer had names in consecutive alphabetical order (eg. AB or BA). The lawyer and manager had names in consecutive alphabetical order (eg. AB or BA). Neither B nor G liked green. F as the chef. C liked red or yellow. 

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Q.7. Seven friends Arvind, Satyam, Mahesh, Suresh Prabhu, Swati and Damini have their IBPS PO exam on different days of a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. They also like different colours viz. purple, red, blue, yellow, black, white and pink not necessarily in the same order.
One who likes white has his exam on Sunday. Prabhu has his exam just before Satyam who likes blue. Only 3 persons gave exams between Arvind and Mahesh and Arvind nor Mahesh likes white. One who likes purple has his exam just before the one who likes black. Not more than 2 persons give exam before Prabhu. One who likes black does not have his exam on Wednesday. Arvind likes pink and the one who likes yellow has an exam on Monday. Only one person gave an exam between Damini and the one who liked red. Damini had exam after the one who liked red. Suresh does not like white. 

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

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