In the given figure product of the elements in the row (b*d) is same as the product of the elements in the column (a*b*c). There are 5 possible numbers to fill in the figure 2,3,5,6,7.

Which two numbers cannot appear together in the figure

  1. 2,3
  2. 5,7
  3. 6,7
  4. 3,6

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Puzzle of the day: 158

 

There is cube of 6*6*6. It has total 216 small pieces. This cube is broken into 8 smaller cubes of 3*3*3. if the qty of paint needed to paint all of these cubes is 28 litres, then what was the qty of paint required to paint original cube

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Puzzle of the day: 157

If there is row of 6 different people that can stand inside city hall for entry ticket, and Vidhi and Nishat are two people standing at random position in that row. Then what is the total number of  different rows that can be formed in which Vidhi will get the ticket before Nishat?

  1. 5
  2. 15
  3. 360
  4. 3

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Puzzle of the day: 156

There are six people A, B,C, D , E  and F who are to be seated on six chairs numbered 1 to 6, each facing north, with 1 being the chair lying on the extreme left and 6 on the extreme right. Some other information is also given regarding their seating arrangement. 

C is sitting to the right of A and E

B is sitting to the left of D

E is sitting immediately to the left of F

D is not sitting in any of the two rightmost positions. 

If there are exactly two people between B and F, who is sitting second from the left?

  1. B
  2. D
  3. Either B or D
  4. none of these

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Puzzle of the day: 155

You are standing on a bridge and have to go to Imagica. There is a person on each side of the bridge. One of them always lie and one of them always tells trutt, but you don’t know who is truth teller and who is liar. You can only ask a single question to one of these persons. What do you ask so you can find the way to Imagica?

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Puzzle of the day: 153

In a city people answer any question with 2 sentences – one of which is truth and other is lie.  

A sport anchor interviewed 3 people, they gave following responses. It is known that anyone who don’t like sports has never played sports

M1: M2 hates sports. I don’t hate sports

M2: I like sports. M3 likes sports

M3: I never played any sports. I don’t like sports. 

Which of the three is lying about other person’s tendencies.

  1. M1
  2. M3, 
  3. M2, 
  4. None of them

In a city people answer any question with 2 sentences – one of which is truth and other is lie.  

A sport anchor interviewed 3 people, they gave following responses. It is known that anyone who don’t like sports has never played sports

M1: M2 hates sports. I don’t hate sports

M2: I like sports. M3 likes sports

M3: I never played any sports. I don’t like sports. 

Who among the three don’t like sports?

  1. M1 and M2
  2. M1, M3
  3. M2, M3
  4. All three