Reasoning: Puzzles and Arrangements Set 47 (Floor Puzzles)

Directions (1 – 5): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

There are 8 children – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who live on different floors of a 8-floor building numbered 1 to 8 not necessarily in the same order. They have different chocolates – 11, 16, 19, 25, 34, 41, 46 and 50 again not necessarily in the same order.

The one who lives on 6th floor has 25 chocolates. One children lives between F and the one having 25 chocolates. G lives below F on an even numbered floor. G does not have 25 chocolates. The one having 46 chocolates lives just above G. Two children Live between F and H. H lives below F. The total of number of chocolates with D and H is a multiple of 4. Two children live between A and the one having 41 chocolates. A lives above G. The one having 41 chocolates live above A. B has 34 chocolates. The one having 11 chocolates lives just above the one having 16 chocolates. 1 child lives between C and E. The difference between the number of chocolates with E and G is 6

  1. How many children live above E?
    A) 1
    B) 2
    C) 4
    D) None
    E) 5
    View Answer
      Option B
    Arrangement:

  2. Who has 41 chocolates?
    A)C
    B) E
    C) F
    D) H
    E) B
    View Answer
      Option A
  3. Who lives on third floor?
    A)A
    B) B
    C) C
    D) D
    E) E
    View Answer
      Option D
  4. Which of the following is correct with respect to the arrangement?
    A) 2 children live between B and one having 25 chocolates
    B) F lives on floor above A.
    C) A  lives just below D
    D) H has maximum chocolates
    E) None of these is correct
    View Answer
      Option D
  5. What is the sum of chocolates with B and D?
    A) 80
    B) 83
    C) 76
    D) 96
    E) 84
    View Answer
      Option A

Directions (6 – 10): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

There are 8 children – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who live on different floors of a 8-floor building numbered 1 to 8 not necessarily in the same order. They are in different class – 3, 5, 6 and 10 such that 2 children in same class. Children who are in same class live on even-odd floors. Example: If B is in class 10 with H, then if B lives on 6th floor then H lives on any odd floors – 1/3/5/7 and not 2/4/8.

B and G are in same class. One of the children in class 3 lives on 5th floor. The one who lives on 3rd floor is in even numbered class. The one who lives on 7th floor and C are in same class. A is in class 6 and lives on 4th floor. 2 children live between E and A. D is in 10th class. One child lives between E and G, both of which are in odd numbered classes. 2 children live between one of the children in class 10 and F. F lives below this child. Both children in class 10 live above C.

  1. Which of the following pair is in same class?
    A) B, F

    B) D, F
    C) E, H
    D) A, D
    E) None of these
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      Option B
    Arrangement:

  2. Who lives on 8th floor?
    A) E

    B) One of the children in class 6
    C) One of the children in class 10
    D) H
    E) One of the children in class 3
    View Answer
      Option E
  3. How many children live between D and F?
    A) 2

    B) 1
    C) None 
    D) 4
    E) Cannot be determined 
    View Answer
      Option A

  4. Who lives just above G?
    A) C

    B) A
    C) D
    D) H
    E) B
    View Answer
      Option C
  5. Which of the following combination of floor number – child – class is correct?
    A) 1 – C – 5

    B) 6 – B – 10
    C) 5 – D – 3
    D) 3 – F – 10
    E) 2 – C – 6
    View Answer
      Option D

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29 Thoughts to “Reasoning: Puzzles and Arrangements Set 47 (Floor Puzzles)”

  1. !!! m@umit@ !!!

    10/10… TY AZ…. Both puzzle nice..:))

    1. Aman Gupta

      All of u above commented r genius. Sharing time is not good like in 5 min 7 min. Someone will get discourage. …..

  2. Barish!!

    thanku mam 🙂

  3. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

    thks

  4. karthik

    both are done within 5 min each, but second one is good.

    1. Sachin shukla( Banker 2018)

      mujhe bhi kuchh batao within 5min kaise kiya jata h…..-//…\-

      1. karthik

        approaching in two ways ok……..

  5. Saheba

    10/10. but second one took time to take off..

      1. Pooja?

        Mam h ka 6 kse aya?

      2. _/_

        mam circle blood relation vaali bhi puzzle post kijiye bhut dino se ye floor floor chaal rha
        we want change mind

      3. Simranjeet Kaur

        mam how to start 2nd puzzle..??? not able to do even after multiple times

  6. priti

    Ty AZ…Nice Puzzle
    10/10

  7. Sneha Dubey

    1st in 5:06 min
    2nd in 8:04 min

  8. c....m....

    ty az 🙂

  9. Rise And Shine

    1st- 4:45
    2nd 9:10 … tricky one ..thnx AZ for the 2nd 1 🙂

  10. kach Kach Baccha

    ty az

  11. Sourav

    1st in 10 mint 2nd 4.30 mint

  12. Wikki Waran

    good work keep it up

  13. swati

    good work thank you team AZ …..solved both in 8 min…approx

  14. ~lonely~hanker~nitrous oxide~

    TQ MAM

  15. naruto

    mam, kindly see the 1st puzzle,language is misleading ,the language used in the question is (total number of chocolates with D and H is multiply by 4), kindly correct it

    1. yes

      its multiple of
      not multiply

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