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Ankush Lamba is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Ankush Lamba
Banking chronicle YouTube and Telegram channel, cleared several Banking exams like RRB PO/CLERK, IDBI PO, BOB PO, INDIAN BANK PO Got Full ma

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eight boxes- A B C D W X Y and Z- are stacked above one another.More than one box is kept between A and B.As many boxes are kept between B and W as between A and B.Only one box is kept between W and X.More than three boxes are kept between X and D.No box is kept between Y and C.only two boxes are kept between C and Z.C is kept at one of the positions above Z.
D A Y C B X Z W
Himanshu mishra
a year ago
D A Y C B X Z W
DAYCBXZW
Aman kaushal
a year ago
plz upload more such type of puzzles!!!! thnku
Pc
Pooja choudhary
a year ago
can you please help me how can I upload puzzle in comment section
Rakesh Gupta
a year ago
D A Y C B X Z W
Deepak Gariya
a year ago
is question mein 1st condition kya leni hai... and aage jaldi kaise solve hoga
Nidhi Naithani
a year ago
Deepak gariya ... first condition ye lo ... as many boxes between B& W as between A&B
Deepak Gariya
a year ago
Nidhi Naithani... isse kaise lene bahut sari conditions ban jaengi.... meine X ....D wali condition se kiya usse bhi bahut conditions ban rhi hain....
K P
a year ago
Deepak gariya 2 hi condition banegi jinme 2-2 box bich me lenge esse jyada box loge toh box 9+ honge jo ho nhi skte
D A Y C B X Z W
DAYCBXZW
Eight friends M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting around a circular table but not necessarily in the same order. Only three of them are not facing the center. M sits third to the left of P and both are facing the same direction. O is not facing the centre but sits second to the right of S. T is not an immediate neighbour of either R or O. R sits second to the left of O and is not an immediate neighbour of N. Q sits on the immediate left of R and faces the same direction as N. The immediate neighbours of T face the same direction.
A
Anushka
a year ago
N.O.P.S.T.M.Q.R(clockwise direction) p.s.m(inside)
A
Anushka
a year ago
sorry some mistake..correct one is O N S T P Q R M (clockwise direction)
Rs
Rajiv singh
a year ago
ONSTPQRM ORT(Outside) MNSPR(Inside)
ONSTPQRM OUTSIDE-TRO INSIDE --- NSPQM
Ort-outside Mnspq-inside
Ort-outside Mnspq-inside
@Dilen jiban rout Ort-outside Mnspq-inside sequence ( clock wise) = ONSTPQRM
@Dilen jiban rout = correct
FRM P CLOCKWISE PQRMONST
OTN OUTSIDE SMPQR INSIDE
OTN OUTSIDE SMPQR INSIDE
Six lectures are schedule in a week starting from Monday and ending on Sunday of the same week. Computer science is not on Tuesday or Saturday. Psychology is immediately after Organisational Behaviour. Statistics is not on Friday and there is one day gap between Statistics and Research Methods.One day prior to the schedule of Economics there is no lecture.(as that day is the "off" day and Monday is not the "off" day.)
Shubham Dwivedi
a year ago
Mon-OB Tues-pshy Wed-stat Thur-CS Fri-research Sat- Sund-ECO
Vipul
a year ago
MON ORG TUE PSY WED STATIC THR COMPUTER FRI RESEARCH SAT OFF DAY SUN ECO
Ob Psy Statistics Com Rm *** Eco
Sikhar
a year ago
nice puzzle bro
Rahul Singh
a year ago
MON-OB, TUE-PSY, WED-STATISTIC, THU-CSE, FRIDAY-RM, SAT-OFF DAY, SUNDAY ECO
Aman Rai
a year ago
all are correct
Nidhi sharma
a year ago
nice puzzle
Nidhi sharma
a year ago
nice puzzle
Dhruv Narayan
a year ago
only one possibility
Raj fvrt
a year ago
anyone explain from which point we start to solve this puzzle..plz
Seven friend C,D,E,F,G,H & I who like different cities namely Surat, Kolkata, Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Ranchi, Pune studies in 3 different schools DAS, RIS, VCS. Atleast 2 students study together. F studies with one who likes Bangalore in RIS. One who likes Delhi studies only with H. H does not like Bangalore. C studies with those who like Surat and Pune. C does not study with F. E studies only with one who likes Mumbai. One who likes Mumbai does not study with one who likes Delhi. More than one person study with D. D does not like Pune. Both I & one who likes Ranchi study in same school but not in DAS. H does not like Ranchi.
Pooja Khatri
a year ago
DAS-G-Delhi,H-Kolkata RIS-F-Mumbai,E-Banglore VCS-C-Ranchi,D-Surat,I-Pune
DAS=(H-Kolkata)+(G-Delhi) RIS=(F-Mumbai)+(E-Bangalore) VCS=(C-Ranchi)+(D-Surat)+(I-Pune)
VCS-I(pune) ,C(ranchi),D(surat) RIS-F(mumbai),E(benglore) DAS-G(delhi),H(kolkata)
Diksha yadav
a year ago
RIS E Bagalore F Mumbai DAD G Delhi H Kolkata VCS C Ranchi D Surat I Pune
Diksha yadav
a year ago
Das
Sikhar
a year ago
awesome
Nipun Sharma
a year ago
DAS :: H(KOLKATA) G(DELHI) RIS :: F(MUMBAI) E(BANGALORE) VCS :: C(RANCHI) D(SURAT) I(PUNE)
Nidhi sharma
a year ago
i like this type of qn...
Dhruv Narayan
a year ago
mee too
Pankaj Singh
9 months ago
😂
PLEASE SOLVE THIS PUZZLE First 11 odd numbers are written from top to bottom. The letters of word CLOUD are written in alphabetical order against each prime number (one letter against one number). P is written against number 9. There are as many as letters written between P and N as between P and S. S is somewhere above N. There are two letters are between K and M. M is below K. (No letter is repeated against any number)
Nice question.... Check the solution... 1-S 3-C 5-D 7-L 9-P 11-O 13-U 17-K 19-N 23-**** 29-M
1)S 3)C 5)D 7)L 9)P 11)O 13)U 15)K 17)N 19) 21)M
Sikhar
a year ago
nice thank you
Pratima soni
a year ago
1-S 3-C 5-L 7-O 9-P 11-U 13-D 15-K 17-N 19- 21-M
@Isha 1=S , 3=C , 5=D , 7=L , 9=P , 11=O , 13=U , 15=K , 17=N , 19=BLANK , 21=M same answer.
yeah 😊
ROHINI NEPTE
a year ago
How you guys solved this
1st 11 odd no's are = 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19,21 CLOUD in alphabetical order = C,D,L,O,D Prime No = 3,5,7,11,13 So 3=C, 5=D, 7=L, 11=O, 13=U P=9 After arranging this rest of the no's are 1,9,15,17,19,21. Nd Rest of the alphabets are =K,P,N,M,S According to the question 9=K nd rests are should be 1=S,15=K,17=N, 21=M nd as there is no alphabet left so 19th place should be blank.
@Isha .... Heads off to you...... itna type krne k liye.... GOOD
ROHINI NEPTE
a year ago
@ISHA thank u so much
It's okay.😊 no prblm.
Diksha yadav
a year ago
1 s 3 c 5 d 7 l 9 p 11 o 13 u 15 k 17 n 19.... 21m
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