Medium Logical Puzzles - 4

You will often come across some puzzle problems in reasoning section of many competitive exams. These questions intend to check your basic logical, analytical and deductive abilities. Here, we have compiled a series of different logic and reasoning puzzles, according to the difficulty level. Each article contains 10 logical and analytical puzzles with solutions. You will learn how to solve puzzle in reasoning section of exams. This set consists of 10 medium level questions.
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Practice the given questions and check your logical abilities:
Q.1. Mink was looking at a portrait in his house. Someone asked her, "Whose picture are you looking at?" She replied, pointing at the portrait: "Brothers and sisters have I none, but this man's daughter is my father's daughter." Now whose picture is the Mink looking at?
Q.2. Given the following facts:
D is younger than F and older than G.
J is younger than C and older than E.
A is younger than I and older than C.
F is younger than B and older than H.
I is younger than G and older than J.
H is older than G.
Who is the Youngest?
Q.3. Two twins have certain peculiar characteristics. One of them always lies on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The other always lies on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.On the other days they tell the truth. You are given a conversation.
Person A-- today is Sunday, my name is Ram.
Person B -- today is Thursday, my name is Shyam. What day is today?
Q.4. A lady and a gentleman are wife and husband. We do not know who is older.
Someone asked them: Who is older?
The wife said: I am older.
The husband said: I am younger.
At least one of them was lying. Who is older?
Q.5. Taking off at the same exact moment, two planes are flying across the Sinmian sea. One is going from Champaran to Patni Top at 400 km per hour and the other leaves from Patni Top to Champaran at only 500 km per hour (because of a strong head wind). Which one will be closer to Patni Top when they meet?
Q.6. Mr. Orange, Mr. Green and Mr. Yellow were chatting in the FALTU group meeting. They were wearing a orange costume, a green costume and a yellow costume, not necessarily in the same order. Mr. Yellow sent message, "We all are wearing costume that are of the same color as our names but none of us is wearing a costume that is the same color as his name." On that a person wearing the green costume replied, "What difference does that make?" Can you tell what color costume each of the three persons had on?
Q.7. Q, R, S and T are related to each other. (1) T is Q's brother or only daughter. (2) Q or R is S's only son. (3) R or S is T's sister. (4) One of the four is the opposite gender from each of the other three. How are they related to each other?
Q.8. Manisha prefers her date to be tall, dark and handsome. Of the preferred traits - tall, dark and handsome - no two of Anuj, Balbir, Chiman and Debjit have the same number.
Only Anuj or Debjit is tall and fair.
Only Balbir or Chiman is short and handsome.
Anuj and Chiman are either both tall or both short.
Balbir and Debjit are either both dark or both fair.
Who is Manisha's date?
Q.9. Rakesh speaks truth only in the morning and lies in the afternoon, whereas Sanjay speaks truth only in the afternoon and lies in the morning. A says that B is Rakesh. Is it morning or afternoon and who is A - Rakesh or Sanjay?
Q.10. If there are twenty parrots on a fence and the farmer shoots a fifth of them, how many parrots are left?
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