Reasoning Puzzle Questions For Bank PO Exams 2017 Set 40

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High Level Tough Reasoning Puzzles for SBI PO Pre & Mains and IBPS PO 2017

Dear Friends, Difficult Logic Reasoning puzzles is an important and time-consuming part of banking and other competitive exams. We are going to share some toughest Logic Reasoning Puzzle questions with solution.

Lateral thinking Puzzle questions are one of the most popular Topics in almost all competitive examinations such as SBI PO, SBI PO 2017, NICL, RRB, LIC, SSC CGL 2017, Indian MBA entrance exams like CAT, MAT, XAT and SNAP have direct questions or questions based on similar logics in written test. Besides MBA exams, competitive exams like GRE, GMAT, Bank PO, SSC & other government exams include puzzle questions.

These Lateral thinking Puzzle questions on Linear Seating Arrangement will help the candidates in going through the Puzzles level of difficulty of SBI Clerk 2017 and IBPS PO Clerk 7 VII, SSC, UPSC, CAT and other Competitive Exams 2017 - 2018.

Logical Reasoning Puzzle Questions Answers - Difficult Level

Directions (Ques 1 - 5) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. 

Seven persons – A, B, C, D, E, F and G live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1, one above that is numbered 2 and so on till top most floor is numbered 7. 

Each one of them also owns different brands of Car, namely Fiat, Hyundai, Honda, Skoda, Toyota, Ford and Chevrolet.(but not necessarily in same order). All of them went to tour on seven different days starting from Monday to Sunday(of the same week)
  • A lives an odd numbered floor but not on floor numbered Three. Only two persons live between D and the one who owns Toyota. The one who owns Honda lives immediately above C. The one who owns Toyota went to tour on one of the days before Thursday.
  • The one who owns Hyundai lives on odd numbered floors above D. B lives on the floors above E. Only three persons live between C and the one who owns Hyundai. The person who went to tour on Friday owns Fiat Car.
  • The one who owns Fiat lives immediately above the one who owns Chevrolet. G lives on an odd numbered floor. E does not own Honda. D went to tour on Sunday
  • Only one person lives between B and E. The one who owns Toyota lives immediately above A. Neither C nor A owns Skoda. The one who went to tour on Wednesday immediately after the one who owns Hyundai.
  • The one who owns Honda went to tour immediately before the one who lives in floor no 3. There are two persons live between the floor no 4 and the person who went to tour on Wednesday. The one who went to tour on Wednesday is not C.
1. Which of the following car does A own? 
1. Skoda 
2. Toyota 
3. Fiat
4. Hyundai 
5. Ford

2. Which of the following combinations is True with respect to the given arrangement? 
1. Ford – C 
2. Hyundai – F 
3. Chevrolet – G 
4. Fiat – D 
5. Ford – B

3. If all the persons are made to sit in alphabetical order from top to bottom, positions of how many persons will remain unchanged?
1. Four 
2. None 
3. Two 
4. One 
5. Three

4. Which of the following statements is True with respect to the given arrangement? 
1. The one who owns Honda went to tour on the day immediately after E. 
2. F likes Fiat 
3. None of the given options is true. 
4. Only four persons live between D and G E. 
5. lives immediately below E.

5. Who among the following lives on the floor numbered 2? 
1. B 
2. The one who owns Fiat 
3. The one who owns Hyundai
4. D 
5. F

Directions (6 - 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

A Guest house accommodates twelve persons in six rooms. The persons are A, B, C, D, E, F, P, Q, R, S, T and U. The rooms are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Each room of the guest house is coloured with different colours. Those colours are blue, green, yellow, black, pink and white. Each room accommodates two persons. A, B, Q, R, T and U are the only males in the group. Female’s rooms are odd – numbered whereas male’s rooms are even-numbered.
  • A and B share room. C’s roommate is not D.
  • E does not live in 6, which is yellow. Neither room 5 nor room 4 is blue or black.
  • The pink room is an odd number but it is not room 3. F lives in room 5 with D.
  • P’s roommate is not S. The blue room is even numbered.
  • R lives in the green room whereas D lives in the white room.
  • S does not live in room 3. T’s room is blue.
6. Who among the following are accommodated in the pink-coloured room? 
1. E and S 
2 . C and S 
3 . P and C 
4 . Data inadequate 
5 . None of these

7. Who among the following are accommodated in room 3? 
1 . P and C 
2 . P and E 
3 . C and E 
4 . Data inadequate 
5 . None of these

8. In which A and B are accommodated? 
1 . 2 
2 . 4 
3 . 6
4 . Data inadequate 
5 . None of these

9. Which of the following statements are definitely true? 
i. U is the partner of T 
ii. Q is the partner of D 
iii.R is the partner of Q
iv. U is the partner of R 
1 . Only i 
2 . Only ii 
3 . Only iii 
4 . Both i and ii 
5 . None

10. Which of the following statements is/are definitely false? 
i. A and B are accommodated in the yellow room 
ii. Q is accommodated either in the blue room or in the green room 
iii. C is accommodated either in the Pink room or in the black room 
iv. U is accommodated in room 2 
1 . None 
2 . Only D 
3 . Only A & D 
4 . Only B & D 
5 . All are true

High Level Reasoning Puzzles Solutions for SBI PO Mains

Ans (1 - 5)

Floor No
Person
Car
Days
7
G
Skoda
Wednesday
6
B
Toyota
Monday
5
A
Hyundai
Tuesday
4
E
Fiat
Friday
3
D
Chevrolet
Sunday
2
F
Honda
Saturday
1
C
Ford
Thursday








1. 4    2. 1    3. 3    4. 1    5. 5

Ans (6 - 10)

Room No.
Color
Person
1
Pink
E or C and S
2
Blue
U or Q and T
3
Black
P
4
Green
R
5
White
F,D
6
Yellow
A,B

6. 4    7. 4    8. 3    9. 5    10. 2