# Direction based Puzzle for SBI PO MAINS 2018 [CAT 2017] [Solve this in minimum time ] - Videos

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Direction based Puzzle for SBI PO MAINS 2018 [CAT 2017] [Solve this in minimum time ]

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1. how to do it quickly i mean from which point we should start

Seven Persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, and G – live on separate floors of a seven storeyed
building, but not in the same order. The ground floor of the building is numbered 1, the
floor above it 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each person likes different
vegetables – Cabbage, Potato, Tomato, Onion, Carrot, Radish and Bean, but not necessarily
in the same order. Each person has 7 different weight of their favorite vegetables starting
from 1kg to 10 kg.

The weight of Onion is more than 2 kg. The total weight of Carrot an Radish is 10 kg.
The person who likes Onion lives on floor numbered four. A does not live on
the lowermost floor. A lives on any odd numbered floor below the one who likes Onion. Only
two persons live between A and the person who likes Bean. Only one person lives between
B and F. The total weight of Cabbage is square of the total weight of Carrot while The total
weight of Bean is square of the total weight of Onion. F lives on an even numbered floor and
does not like Onion. Only three persons live between the persons who like Cabbage and
Tomato respectively. The person who likes Cabbage live on any floor above the B‟s floor.
The person who likes Cabbage does not live on the topmost floor. G lives on an even
numbered floor but neither immediately above nor immediately below the floor of A. C does
not like Cabbage or Tomato. Only two persons live between D and the one who likes Onion.
The person who likes Carrot lives on the floor immediately above the floor of the person who
likes Raddish. The difference between the weight of the Tomato and Radish is 2 kg. The floor
number and the weight of favorite vegetable is same for the person C.

2. one of the most confusing puzzle of time

Eight different students- Raju, Ramu, Ravi, Ramesh, Ritesh, Rakesh, Rajesh, and Rehman
live in an apartment which has Eight floors numbered 1 to 8. The top floor is numbered as 8.
They also got different Ranks from 1 to 8 in school. They are also having different Lucky
numbers 1 to 8. Ramu‟s Lucky number, Floor Number, and His rank are the same number.
Except Ramu, all others are having unique Floor number, Lucky Number, and Rank(i.e., No
two numbers will be same for a particular student).

Two persons live between Ritesh and one who got Rank 4. One person lives between Rakesh
and Raju. Raju‟s Rank and Rehman Floor number are same. Rajesh and Ravi live on
Rakesh‟s Lucy number are same. Ramesh got better
Rank than Ravi. Rajesh Lucky number and Ramesh Floor number are same. Ritesh Lucky
number is 5. Students who got Rank 5 and Rank 6 live on consecutive floors. One who got
Rank 5 is having Lucky number as 1. Sum of Rakesh‟s Floor number and Lucky number is
equal to his Rank. Rakesh lives on an Odd numbered floor but not on floor number 1.
Rehman Floor number and Ravi‟s Lucky number are same. Two persons live between
Rehman and Rakesh. Rakesh Rank is same as Ritesh floor number. Rakesh Rank is an odd
number.

3. Eight boxes made of different materials- Aluminium, Iron, Gold, Plastic, Platinum, Silver,
Steel, and Wood. They also weigh different weights – 50,100,150,200,250,300,350 and
400gm not necessarily in the same order.
Two boxes are placed between the boxes weighing 200gm and 400gm. The number of boxes
below Steel box is more than the number of boxes above Steel box. There is only One box
between Steel box and Gold box. There are three boxes between Iron Box and Aluminium
box. The difference between weights of Plastic Box and the Platinum box is 350gm. There
are two boxes between Aluminium box and box which weighs 150gm. The Platinum box is
placed below Plastic box. There are three boxes between Wooden Box
and Box which weighs 300gm. The difference between weights of Silver and the Wooden
box is 250gm. Box weighing 350gm is below Gold box. The 100gm box is placed above
50gms.The heaviest box is either at the top of all boxes or at the bottom of all boxes. The
steel box is placed just above the box weighing 200gms. Iron box is just above the Gold
box. No of boxes between Boxes weighing 350gm and 50gm is more than Two.

4. Seven People – A, B, C, D, E, F, and G live in eight different floors of the building (but not
necessarily in the same order). One of the floors in the building is vacant. The lowermost
floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two, and so on till the
topmost floor is numbered eight. Each one of them also owns different brands of laptops,
namely Lenovo, Dell, HP, Samsung, Apple, Asus and TOSHIBA (but not necessarily in the
same order).

The number of people leaving above F is same as the number of floors between F and
D. F lives an odd numbered floor above the floor numbered four. Only one person lives
between B and the one who owns Samsung. Only three floors between D and the one who
owns Apple. The one who owns Asus lives immediately above G, G owns neither Apple nor
HP. E does not own Asus. Only three floors between G and A. The one who owns
TOSHIBA lives immediately above the one who owns Lenovo, but not on the topmost floor.
C lives one of the odd numbered floors above the one who owns Apple. The number of floors
between F and the one who owns DELL is only one. Only one person lives between the one
who owns TOSHIBA and the vacant floor. Only two people live between C and vacant floor.
Two persons live between the one who likes Black colour and the one who likes Yellow
Colour. Only one person lives between the one who likes Yellow and the one who likes
White. There are two floors between the one who likes Orange and Brown. Four persons live
between the one who likes Red and Blue. The one who likes Yellow colour lives on one of the
floors above the floor numbered four. The person who lives on the sixth floor does not like
white. The one who likes Red colour lives immediately above the one who likes Orange.

5. A, B, C, D, E, F and G are seven people live on seven different floors of a building
but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is
numbered 1, the one above that is numbered 2 and so on till the topmost floor is
numbered 7. Each one of them spends different amount per month. i.e. 20000,
15000, 10000, 25000, 30000, 35000 and 40000(But not necessarily in the same
order). Each one of them likes different fruit i.e Lemon, Apple, Grapes, Mango,
Pomegranate, Orange and Banana(But not necessarily in the same order).
The person who likes Mango lived immediately below the one who likes Banana.
The one who spends Rs.20000 lives immediately above the one who spends
Rs.40000. Only one person lives between B and E. The one who likes Grapes lives
on even numbered floor while the one who likes Apple fruit lives on odd numbered
floor and not on the third floor. B lives on one of the floors above E. Neither C nor
A spends Rs.25000. The one who likes orange live one of the floors above Banana.
E does not spend Rs. 10000. Person A lives on an odd numbered floor but not on
the floor numbered three. The one who spends Rs.30000 lives immediately above
A. Only two people live between A and the one who spends Rs.10000. The one who
spends Rs.15000 lives on one of the odd numbered floors above D. The person who
likes orange does not live in the floor numbered 5 while the person who likes
Mango does not live in the floor numbered 2. Only three people live between C and
the one who spends 15000. The one who spends Rs.10000 lives immediately above
C. F spends 10000. The one who likes Lemon lives immediately above the one who
likes Orange. The person who likes Grapes lives in middle floor exactly.

6. thank you so much sir…plz make video on this type of question also. It was asked in IBPS PO Mains 2017.
that follow. The questions are based on following coding formats:
\$ – North
@ – South
# – East
& – Either 4 or 9 m
© – Either 1 or 6 m
(Examples: [email protected] means P is South of Q, P\$%Q means P is North-West of Q,
P#!Q means P is East of Q at a distance of either 3 or 8 m)
Conditions given are as:
I. A %! B
II. A \$! C
III. C %& D
IV. E @& B
VI. E # F

7. sir pls is di ko video m smjye y previous year ka di

ques:-   for an examination consisting of three subjects maths, physics, chemistry, 280 student appeared.  when the results were declared, 185 students had passsed in maths, 210  had passed in physics and 222 had passed in chemistry.
all those expcet 5 student who passed in maths, passed in phyiscs.
all those expect 10 students who passed in maths, passed in chemistry.
47 students failed in all the three subjecyt.
200 students who passed in physics also passed in chemistry

ques;- how many students passed in chemistry only?
18,   21,  25, 29,    23

que;-  how many students failed in physics and maths?
65,  18,  58,  47,

how many students  passed in all the three  subject?
185,  175,  171,  170

8. Ek aur short trick..
You can straight away cut 9, since it's the biggest number and any neighbouring number can travel to it (more than one number)

9. sir clerk mains k liye apne jo quant ka full paper solve kiya tha wo bht achaa and helpfull tha…how to attempt reasoning ka bhi ek video le aao please before clerk mains… ur approach and ur videos have really helped me n m sure they have helped others tooo…so sir ye meri ek request h agar aap time nikal k bna skte ho to please

10. Mind blowing sir 😇. One of the tricky so far. SBI clerk mains meh a sakte h kya, sbi clerk mainsMock test meh dekhne ko nhi mila lekin po mains mock test meh honge for sure