# puzzles test reasoning Model Questions & Answers, Practice Test for ibps clerk prelims 2024

### Directions:

Study the following information carefully and answer the below questions.

Nine persons – B, C, G, K, M, Q, T, W, and Z are visited a tourist place during nine different months viz.- January, March, April, July, August, September, October, November, and December in the same year. Each person likes different colors viz.- Pink, Blue, Black, Yellow, Brown, White, Orange, Red, and Green. All the above information is not necessary in the same order. Three persons are visited between the one who likes Pink and K, who visits in one of the month having an even number of days.

Three persons are visited between the one who likes Brown and M, who doesn't like Red. The one who likes Brown visits in October. The number of persons visited between T and the one who likes Brown is one less than the number of persons visited between C and the one who likes Pink. C neither visited in December nor July. T neither likes Pink nor Red. The one who likes White visited immediately before C, who neither likes Brown nor Orange. The number of persons visited between Z and the one who likes White is one more than the number of persons visited after the one who likes Red. Z visits in any month after the one who likes Blue. Two persons are visited between the one who likes Black and W, who visits in one of the month having an odd number of days. W, who doesn't like Pink, visits immediately after the one who likes Green. Neither G nor Q likes Pink. The number of persons visited between B and the one who likes Blue is one more than the number of persons visited between G and the one who likes Orange.

Question :1

Which of the following statement is/are not true? I. The one who likes Red visits immediately after Z. II. Three persons are visited between M and the one who likes Brown. III. The one who likes Orange visited immediately before G.

We have:

• Three persons are visited between the one who likes Pink and K, who visited in one of the month having an even number of days.

• The one who likes Brown visited in October. That means, in case (1) K visited in September, in case (2) K visited in November.

• Three persons are visited between the one who likes Brown and M, who doesn't like Red.

Based on the above given information we have:

Again, we have:

• The number of persons visited between T and the one who likes Brown is one less than the number of persons visited between C and the one who likes Pink.

• C neither visited in December nor July.

• T neither likes Pink nor Red.

• The one who likes White visits immediately before C, who neither likes Brown nor Orange.

That means, in case (1) C visited in August, in case (2) C visited in March.

Based on the above given information we have:

Again, we have:

• The number of persons visited between Z and the one who likes White is one more than the number of persons visited after the one who likes Red.

• Z visits in any month after the one who likes Blue. That means, in case (1) Z visited in October, in case (2) Z visited in July, in case (2a) Z visited in October.

• Two persons are visited between the one who likes Black and W, who visits in one of the month having an odd number of days.

• W, who doesn't like Pink, visits immediately after the one who likes Green.

That means, in case (1) W visited in July, in case (2a) W visited in December, case (2) is not valid.

Based on the above given information we have:

Case (2) is not valid as two persons are visited between the one who likes Black and W.

Again, we have:

• Neither G nor Q likes Pink.

• The number of persons visited between B and the one who likes Blue is one more than the number of persons visited between G and the one who likes Orange.

Since, C doesn't like Orange. That means, in case (1) B likes Pink, and C likes Blue, case (2a) is not valid.

Based on the above given information we have:

Case (2a) is not valid as the number of persons visited between B and the one who likes Blue is one more than the number of persons visited between G and the one who likes Orange.

### Directions:

Study the following information carefully and answer the below questions.

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are living in eight different floors of a building. Each of them belongs to different district code viz., 58, 90, 60, 23, 67, 45, 89 and 15. All the above information is not necessarily in the same order. The lower most floor of the building is numbered as one, the floor above is numbered as two and so on till the topmost floor numbered as 8.Only one person lives on each floor.

The one who belongs to the district code 45 and the one whose district code is 15 are immediate neighbours. A lives immediately above F. F lives in an odd numbered floor. G lives two floors above F. F's district code is three times to that of H's district code. G's district code is thirty-five greater than B's district code. C lives on the top most floor. The difference of C's and E's district code is thirty. C's district code is an even number which is less than E.D's district code is 89. D lives four floors below G. A lives on an even numbered floor below the sixth floor. A's district code is forty-four greater than B. B lives somewhere above F. E lives immediately below C.

Question :2

Whose district code is 45?

Explanation:

Step 1:

C lives in the top most floor.

E lives immediately below C.

F lives in an odd numbered floor.

G lives two floors above F. D lives four floors below G.

D's district is 89.

Step 2:

B lives somewhere above F.

A lives immediately above F.A lives on an even numbered floor below the sixth floor.

F's district code is three times of H's district code. So H's district code is 15 and F's district code is 45.

The one who belongs to the district code 45 and the one whose code is 15 are immediate neighbours.

Step 3:

A's district code is forty-four greater than B. So (67- 23=44) B's district code is 23 and A's district code is 67. The difference of C's and E's district code is thirty. C's district code is an even number which is less than E. G's district code is thirty-five greater than B's district code.

Question :3

Who lives on the second floor?

Explanation:

Step 1:

C lives in the top most floor.

E lives immediately below C.

F lives in an odd numbered floor.

G lives two floors above F. D lives four floors below G.

D's district is 89.

Step 2:

B lives somewhere above F.

A lives immediately above F.A lives on an even numbered floor below the sixth floor.

F's district code is three times of H's district code. So H's district code is 15 and F's district code is 45.

The one who belongs to the district code 45 and the one whose code is 15 are immediate neighbours.

Step 3:

A's district code is forty-four greater than B. So (67- 23=44) B's district code is 23 and A's district code is 67. The difference of C's and E's district code is thirty. C's district code is an even number which is less than E. G's district code is thirty-five greater than B's district code.

Question :4

What is the total of E's and D's district code?

Explanation:

Step 1:

C lives in the top most floor.

E lives immediately below C.

F lives in an odd numbered floor.

G lives two floors above F. D lives four floors below G.

D's district is 89.

Step 2:

B lives somewhere above F.

A lives immediately above F.A lives on an even numbered floor below the sixth floor.

F's district code is three times of H's district code. So H's district code is 15 and F's district code is 45.

The one who belongs to the district code 45 and the one whose code is 15 are immediate neighbours.

Step 3:

A's district code is forty-four greater than B. So (67- 23=44) B's district code is 23 and A's district code is 67. The difference of C's and E's district code is thirty. C's district code is an even number which is less than E. G's district code is thirty-five greater than B's district code.

Question :5

Whose district code is 58?

Explanation:

Step 1:

C lives in the top most floor.

E lives immediately below C.

F lives in an odd numbered floor.

G lives two floors above F. D lives four floors below G.

D's district is 89.

Step 2:

B lives somewhere above F.

A lives immediately above F.A lives on an even numbered floor below the sixth floor.

F's district code is three times of H's district code. So H's district code is 15 and F's district code is 45.

The one who belongs to the district code 45 and the one whose code is 15 are immediate neighbours.

Step 3:

A's district code is forty-four greater than B. So (67- 23=44) B's district code is 23 and A's district code is 67. The difference of C's and E's district code is thirty. C's district code is an even number which is less than E. G's district code is thirty-five greater than B's district code.

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