Reasoning: Puzzles and Arrangements for RRB Prelims Set 51

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

8 friends – A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are sitting in a line facing north in any order. They have different ages – 14, 23, 25, 33, 41, 50, 54, 68 in any order.

There is 1 person sitting between A and one having  age 25 years. F is sitting third to right of the one having age 25 years. Either F or A is sitting at one of the extreme positions. There are 2 persons sitting between A and E. There are 2 persons sitting between C and one having  age 14 years. Both C and one having age 14 years are somewhere left of F and right of A. D is sitting third to left of C. The one who is 23 years old is sitting somewhere to the left of D. There is 8 years age difference between A and E. H and G are immediate neighbors. H is oldest. Ages of 2 of the immediate neighbors are a multiple of 3. G is not sitting at extreme end.

  1. What is the age of H?
    A) 68
    B) 23
    C) 14
    D) 54
    E) 50
    View Answer
      Option A

  2. How many persons sit between G and one having age 25 years?
    A) 5
    B) 2
    C) 2
    D) None
    E) Cannot be determined
    View Answer
      Option C
  3. What is the age difference between A and C?
    A) 12 years
    B) 13 years
    C) 15 years
    D) 14 years
    E) 19 years
    View Answer
      Option B
  4. Who is sitting second to the left of F?
    A) D
    B) C
    C) A
    D) E
    E) None of these
    View Answer
      Option D
  5. Who is sitting on extreme end?
    A) E
    B) B
    C) D
    D) A
    E) F
    View Answer
      Option E

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

10 friends – A, B, C, D, E, P, Q, R, S, and T have birthdays in different months – January, March, April, June and September but not necessarily in the same order. There birthdays in on 2 different dates -22 and 28. So in each month there are 2 birthdays. 

There are 2 birthdays after the birthdays of B. There are 2 birthdays between the birthdays of B and D. A and T have birthdays in March. There is one birthday between the birthdays of A and P. P’s birthday is not in same month as D. There are same number of birthdays between T and C as between B and Q. C’s birthday is not in April. Q’s birthday is in a month having 30 days. No birthday is there between the birthdays of R and E. Also their birthdays are in different months. E’s birthday is exactly between the birthday of A and S.

  1. R’s birthday is on ?
    A) 22 April

    B) 28 March
    C) 22 June
    D) 28 April
    E) None of these
    View Answer
      Option C

  2. Who has birthday in April?
    A) D

    B) C
    C) Q
    D) P
    E) B
    View Answer
      Option A
  3. How many birthdays are there in between the birthdays of E and Q?
    A) Four

    B) Two
    C) Three
    D) One
    E) Six
    View Answer
      Option C

  4. Which of the following combination of Month-Person-Date is correct as per the given arrangement?
    A) June – B – 22

    B) April – R – 22
    C) March – A – 22
    D) January – C- 22
    E) January – P – 28
    View Answer
      Option C
  5. Which of the following pair has birthday on 22nd of a month?
    A) P, B

    B) P, D
    C) C, E
    D) R, T
    E) S, E
    View Answer
      Option B

Click here for more Puzzles and Arrangements


Related posts

25 Thoughts to “Reasoning: Puzzles and Arrangements for RRB Prelims Set 51”

  1. Pablo Escobar

    Can you tell me your approach of solving the first one mam

    1. Will share that in some time


    Mam 1st puzzle option change hai
    Thx mam

  3. Mission RRB PO

    thanks mam 🙂

  4. जय तिवारी ??

    thnx az

  5. Sachin shukla( Banker 2018)

    goood mam thankuuu:)) Expected puzzle for rrb po/clerk



  7. celine nagli

    bahuth easy puzzle

  8. Meera Lucky

    Thankyou mam it very helpful for aspirants…

  9. NiL A sTRugGLeR @@==

    THANKU MAM…..NICE PUZZLE….. when i did it all the cell of my brain active……i luv it

  10. Wikki Waran

    thank you mam

  11. Sangita

    In Q(6-10) it is given that E’s bday is exactly between bdays of A and S. But in solution there is 2 bdays in btwn A and E and E ans S. So how come it be ‘EXACTLY BETWEEN’. What I mean is wouldnt there be something like bday of A then bday of E then bday of S in this order? i.e. AES . now if AES is followed other conditions would go wrong.

    1. arpita

      there are 2 between A and E , also 2 between E and S

      5 between A and S. So middle position is 3rd one na, and E is placed there

      1. Sangita

        I also got it. But then the word should be ‘middle’ not ‘between’. because ‘between’ refers to 1 in between 2.

  12. kumkum ahuja

    nice puzzle ty mam 🙂
    bt frst puzzle ans match n hua 🙁

    1. All conditions matching with your arrangement ?

      1. kumkum ahuja

        mam me ans dekne me glti ki thi ab bn gyi 🙂 ty

          1. Positive

            this site updates best puzzle ,but mam nowadays u r nt updating puzzle

      2. kumkum ahuja

        yes mam 2nd me vo between vali line se cnfusn tha ans dekkr smjh aya

Leave a Comment