Floor Puzzle and Category Puzzle For IBPS PO/Clerk Prelims Set – 147
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Floor Puzzle and Category Puzzle Questions For IBPS PO/Clerk Prelims Set 147
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Question 1 of 9
1. Question
Directions:(15) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Few Friends namely Saajid, Saransh, Sachin, Sachit, Sachiv, Sadgun, Sadiq, Sagun, Sahadev, Sabhajit,Sahas,& Saabir Lives on 6 Floors Building Name “Shantiniketan” considering ground floor as first and first floor as second and so on. They have different number of Chocolates among 100,67,64,61,54,49, 48, 40, 32, 24, 15& 12 (Not necessarily in that order). The number of Flats in First Floor is same as Number if Flats in Top Floor. Similarly, the Number of Flats in Second Floor is same as the Number of Flats in second last floor and so on, also the number of flats in the ground floor is not equal to the number of flats in the first floor which is not equal to the number of Flats in Second Floor. Further following conditions are known about them:
1. Sabhajit and Sahas live on the same Floor and number of Chocolates with Sabhajit is Four times the number of Chocolates Sahas has. Saabir has 24 Chocolates.
2. There are exactly two persons living on 5^{th} Floor and the number of Chocolates with both of them is a Prime Number.
3. Sachin lives on First Floor Alone and the number of Chocolates with him is both a cube of a number and a Square of a number.
4. Sachit has 100 chocolates and he lives on the Floor just immediately above the Floor in which Sachiv lives.
5. The difference between the Number of Chocolates Saajid has and the number of Chocolates Saransh has is equal to the Difference between the Number of Chocolates Saransh has and the number of Chocolates Saabir has. They all live on the same floor immediately above the Floor in which Sahas Lives.
6. The number of Chocolates with Sagun is a perfect Square and it is less than the number of Chocolates Sadiq has but more than the number of Chocolates Sahadev has. They all live on the same floor.
What is the difference between the number of chocolates Saajid has and the number of chocolates Sahas has?
Correct
E. None of these
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) Incorrect
E. None of these
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) 
Question 2 of 9
2. Question
Few Friends namely Saajid, Saransh, Sachin, Sachit, Sachiv, Sadgun, Sadiq, Sagun, Sahadev, Sabhajit,Sahas,& Saabir Lives on 6 Floors Building Name “Shantiniketan” considering ground floor as first and first floor as second and so on. They have different number of Chocolates among 100,67,64,61,54,49, 48, 40, 32, 24, 15& 12 (Not necessarily in that order). The number of Flats in First Floor is same as Number if Flats in Top Floor. Similarly, the Number of Flats in Second Floor is same as the Number of Flats in second last floor and so on, also the number of flats in the ground floor is not equal to the number of flats in the first floor which is not equal to the number of Flats in Second Floor. Further following conditions are known about them:
1. Sabhajit and Sahas live on the same Floor and number of Chocolates with Sabhajit is Four times the number of Chocolates Sahas has. Saabir has 24 Chocolates.
2. There are exactly two persons living on 5^{th} Floor and the number of Chocolates with both of them is a Prime Number.
3. Sachin lives on First Floor Alone and the number of Chocolates with him is both a cube of a number and a Square of a number.
4. Sachit has 100 chocolates and he lives on the Floor just immediately above the Floor in which Sachiv lives.
5. The difference between the Number of Chocolates Saajid has and the number of Chocolates Saransh has is equal to the Difference between the Number of Chocolates Saransh has and the number of Chocolates Saabir has. They all live on the same floor immediately above the Floor in which Sahas Lives.
6. The number of Chocolates with Sagun is a perfect Square and it is less than the number of Chocolates Sadiq has but more than the number of Chocolates Sahadev has. They all live on the same floor.
Which among the following lives on the Floor just below the floor in which Sagun Lives?
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A. Saabir
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) Incorrect
A. Saabir
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) 
Question 3 of 9
3. Question
Few Friends namely Saajid, Saransh, Sachin, Sachit, Sachiv, Sadgun, Sadiq, Sagun, Sahadev, Sabhajit,Sahas,& Saabir Lives on 6 Floors Building Name “Shantiniketan” considering ground floor as first and first floor as second and so on. They have different number of Chocolates among 100,67,64,61,54,49, 48, 40, 32, 24, 15& 12 (Not necessarily in that order). The number of Flats in First Floor is same as Number if Flats in Top Floor. Similarly, the Number of Flats in Second Floor is same as the Number of Flats in second last floor and so on, also the number of flats in the ground floor is not equal to the number of flats in the first floor which is not equal to the number of Flats in Second Floor. Further following conditions are known about them:
1. Sabhajit and Sahas live on the same Floor and number of Chocolates with Sabhajit is Four times the number of Chocolates Sahas has. Saabir has 24 Chocolates.
2. There are exactly two persons living on 5^{th} Floor and the number of Chocolates with both of them is a Prime Number.
3. Sachin lives on First Floor Alone and the number of Chocolates with him is both a cube of a number and a Square of a number.
4. Sachit has 100 chocolates and he lives on the Floor just immediately above the Floor in which Sachiv lives.
5. The difference between the Number of Chocolates Saajid has and the number of Chocolates Saransh has is equal to the Difference between the Number of Chocolates Saransh has and the number of Chocolates Saabir has. They all live on the same floor immediately above the Floor in which Sahas Lives.
6. The number of Chocolates with Sagun is a perfect Square and it is less than the number of Chocolates Sadiq has but more than the number of Chocolates Sahadev has. They all live on the same floor.
How many floors are between the Floor in which Sabhajit lives and the floor in which Sachit lives?
Correct
B. 3
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) Incorrect
B. 3
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) 
Question 4 of 9
4. Question
Few Friends namely Saajid, Saransh, Sachin, Sachit, Sachiv, Sadgun, Sadiq, Sagun, Sahadev, Sabhajit,Sahas,& Saabir Lives on 6 Floors Building Name “Shantiniketan” considering ground floor as first and first floor as second and so on. They have different number of Chocolates among 100,67,64,61,54,49, 48, 40, 32, 24, 15& 12 (Not necessarily in that order). The number of Flats in First Floor is same as Number if Flats in Top Floor. Similarly, the Number of Flats in Second Floor is same as the Number of Flats in second last floor and so on, also the number of flats in the ground floor is not equal to the number of flats in the first floor which is not equal to the number of Flats in Second Floor. Further following conditions are known about them:
1. Sabhajit and Sahas live on the same Floor and number of Chocolates with Sabhajit is Four times the number of Chocolates Sahas has. Saabir has 24 Chocolates.
2. There are exactly two persons living on 5^{th} Floor and the number of Chocolates with both of them is a Prime Number.
3. Sachin lives on First Floor Alone and the number of Chocolates with him is both a cube of a number and a Square of a number.
4. Sachit has 100 chocolates and he lives on the Floor just immediately above the Floor in which Sachiv lives.
5. The difference between the Number of Chocolates Saajid has and the number of Chocolates Saransh has is equal to the Difference between the Number of Chocolates Saransh has and the number of Chocolates Saabir has. They all live on the same floor immediately above the Floor in which Sahas Lives.
6. The number of Chocolates with Sagun is a perfect Square and it is less than the number of Chocolates Sadiq has but more than the number of Chocolates Sahadev has. They all live on the same floor.
What is the difference between the number of chocolates Sachiv has and the number of chocolates Sadgun has?
Correct
C. 6
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) Incorrect
C. 6
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) 
Question 5 of 9
5. Question
Few Friends namely Saajid, Saransh, Sachin, Sachit, Sachiv, Sadgun, Sadiq, Sagun, Sahadev, Sabhajit,Sahas,& Saabir Lives on 6 Floors Building Name “Shantiniketan” considering ground floor as first and first floor as second and so on. They have different number of Chocolates among 100,67,64,61,54,49, 48, 40, 32, 24, 15& 12 (Not necessarily in that order). The number of Flats in First Floor is same as Number if Flats in Top Floor. Similarly, the Number of Flats in Second Floor is same as the Number of Flats in second last floor and so on, also the number of flats in the ground floor is not equal to the number of flats in the first floor which is not equal to the number of Flats in Second Floor. Further following conditions are known about them:
1. Sabhajit and Sahas live on the same Floor and number of Chocolates with Sabhajit is Four times the number of Chocolates Sahas has. Saabir has 24 Chocolates.
2. There are exactly two persons living on 5^{th} Floor and the number of Chocolates with both of them is a Prime Number.
3. Sachin lives on First Floor Alone and the number of Chocolates with him is both a cube of a number and a Square of a number.
4. Sachit has 100 chocolates and he lives on the Floor just immediately above the Floor in which Sachiv lives.
5. The difference between the Number of Chocolates Saajid has and the number of Chocolates Saransh has is equal to the Difference between the Number of Chocolates Saransh has and the number of Chocolates Saabir has. They all live on the same floor immediately above the Floor in which Sahas Lives.
6. The number of Chocolates with Sagun is a perfect Square and it is less than the number of Chocolates Sadiq has but more than the number of Chocolates Sahadev has. They all live on the same floor.
The number of Flats on 3^{rd} Floor are?
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D. 3
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) Incorrect
D. 3
Floor Person(Number of Chocolates) 6 Sachit (100) 5 Sachiv(61/67), Sadgun(61/67) 4 Sadiq(54), Sagun(49), Sahadev(15) 3 Saajid (40), Saransh(32), Saabir(24) 2 Sahas(12), Sabhajit (48) 1 Sachin (64) 
Question 6 of 9
6. Question
Directions: (610)Answer the questions based on the information given below.
For the auction of ten different Players namely Kholi, Dhoni, Sachin, Jadeja, Raina, Gayle,Hardik, Kuldeep, Dravid, & Irfan, five franchises Chennai Kings, Kolkata Riders, Raj Royals, Delhi devils & Bombay Indians gathered. They have been assigned a certain budget to spend by the respective authorities and it is known that each franchise has spent all the allocated budget. The Players are bifurcated into four categories and the cost of Player depends on the category he falls, for example, all players in category A cost 8 crores similarly category B is of 6 crores, category C is of 4 crores and category D is of 3 crores. The budget allocated to Bombay Indians is 7 crores. Further it is known that each team has brought an equal number of players and the category of the two players in the same franchise is not same. The individual cost of one of the players bought by Raj Royals is double the individual cost of one of the Player bought by Delhi devils and the individual cost of the other player bought by Delhi devils is double the individual cost of the other player bought by Raj Royals. Kholi & Raina are the onlycategories A players and Kholi is bought by Chennai Kings. Only Hardik andSachin belongs to Category B and Sachin is bought by Kolkata Riders. Kuldeep who is not a category D player is bought by Delhi devils. Gayle is bought by the same franchise who bought Raina.The number of players in Category A is equal to the number of players in Category B and the number of players in Category C is equal to the number of players in Category D. Dravid and Irfan are bought by the same Franchise. The budget of Raj Royals is 11 Crores.
Who among the following is priced higher than Hardik?
Correct
E. None of these
Franchise Players bought by the Franchise (money by which they were bought(in Crores)) Chennai Kings Kholi (8), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Kolkata Riders Sachin (6), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Raj Royals Raina (8), Gayle (3) Delhi devils Hardik (6), Kuldeep (4) Bombay Indians Dravid (3/4), Irfan (3/4) Incorrect
E. None of these
Franchise Players bought by the Franchise (money by which they were bought(in Crores)) Chennai Kings Kholi (8), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Kolkata Riders Sachin (6), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Raj Royals Raina (8), Gayle (3) Delhi devils Hardik (6), Kuldeep (4) Bombay Indians Dravid (3/4), Irfan (3/4) 
Question 7 of 9
7. Question
For the auction of ten different Players namely Kholi, Dhoni, Sachin, Jadeja, Raina, Gayle,Hardik, Kuldeep, Dravid, & Irfan, five franchises Chennai Kings, Kolkata Riders, Raj Royals, Delhi devils & Bombay Indians gathered. They have been assigned a certain budget to spend by the respective authorities and it is known that each franchise has spent all the allocated budget. The Players are bifurcated into four categories and the cost of Player depends on the category he falls, for example, all players in category A cost 8 crores similarly category B is of 6 crores, category C is of 4 crores and category D is of 3 crores. The budget allocated to Bombay Indians is 7 crores. Further it is known that each team has brought an equal number of players and the category of the two players in the same franchise is not same. The individual cost of one of the players bought by Raj Royals is double the individual cost of one of the Player bought by Delhi devils and the individual cost of the other player bought by Delhi devils is double the individual cost of the other player bought by Raj Royals. Kholi & Raina are the onlycategories A players and Kholi is bought by Chennai Kings. Only Hardik andSachin belongs to Category B and Sachin is bought by Kolkata Riders. Kuldeep who is not a category D player is bought by Delhi devils. Gayle is bought by the same franchise who bought Raina.The number of players in Category A is equal to the number of players in Category B and the number of players in Category C is equal to the number of players in Category D. Dravid and Irfan are bought by the same Franchise. The budget of Raj Royals is 11 Crores.
What is the difference in the auction price of Gayle and Dhoni (in crores)?
Correct
E. Cannot be determined
Franchise Players bought by the Franchise (money by which they were bought(in Crores)) Chennai Kings Kholi (8), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Kolkata Riders Sachin (6), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Raj Royals Raina (8), Gayle (3) Delhi devils Hardik (6), Kuldeep (4) Bombay Indians Dravid (3/4), Irfan (3/4) Incorrect
E. Cannot be determined
Franchise Players bought by the Franchise (money by which they were bought(in Crores)) Chennai Kings Kholi (8), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Kolkata Riders Sachin (6), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Raj Royals Raina (8), Gayle (3) Delhi devils Hardik (6), Kuldeep (4) Bombay Indians Dravid (3/4), Irfan (3/4) 
Question 8 of 9
8. Question
For the auction of ten different Players namely Kholi, Dhoni, Sachin, Jadeja, Raina, Gayle,Hardik, Kuldeep, Dravid, & Irfan, five franchises Chennai Kings, Kolkata Riders, Raj Royals, Delhi devils & Bombay Indians gathered. They have been assigned a certain budget to spend by the respective authorities and it is known that each franchise has spent all the allocated budget. The Players are bifurcated into four categories and the cost of Player depends on the category he falls, for example, all players in category A cost 8 crores similarly category B is of 6 crores, category C is of 4 crores and category D is of 3 crores. The budget allocated to Bombay Indians is 7 crores. Further it is known that each team has brought an equal number of players and the category of the two players in the same franchise is not same. The individual cost of one of the players bought by Raj Royals is double the individual cost of one of the Player bought by Delhi devils and the individual cost of the other player bought by Delhi devils is double the individual cost of the other player bought by Raj Royals. Kholi & Raina are the onlycategories A players and Kholi is bought by Chennai Kings. Only Hardik andSachin belongs to Category B and Sachin is bought by Kolkata Riders. Kuldeep who is not a category D player is bought by Delhi devils. Gayle is bought by the same franchise who bought Raina.The number of players in Category A is equal to the number of players in Category B and the number of players in Category C is equal to the number of players in Category D. Dravid and Irfan are bought by the same Franchise. The budget of Raj Royals is 11 Crores.
If the budget allotted to Chennai King is More than the budget allotted to Raj Royals, then what is the difference between the budget allocated to Kolkata Riders and Bombay Indians?
Correct
A. 2 crores
Franchise Players bought by the Franchise (money by which they were bought(in Crores)) Chennai Kings Kholi (8), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Kolkata Riders Sachin (6), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Raj Royals Raina (8), Gayle (3) Delhi devils Hardik (6), Kuldeep (4) Bombay Indians Dravid (3/4), Irfan (3/4) Incorrect
A. 2 crores
Franchise Players bought by the Franchise (money by which they were bought(in Crores)) Chennai Kings Kholi (8), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Kolkata Riders Sachin (6), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Raj Royals Raina (8), Gayle (3) Delhi devils Hardik (6), Kuldeep (4) Bombay Indians Dravid (3/4), Irfan (3/4) 
Question 9 of 9
9. Question
For the auction of ten different Players namely Kholi, Dhoni, Sachin, Jadeja, Raina, Gayle,Hardik, Kuldeep, Dravid, & Irfan, five franchises Chennai Kings, Kolkata Riders, Raj Royals, Delhi devils & Bombay Indians gathered. They have been assigned a certain budget to spend by the respective authorities and it is known that each franchise has spent all the allocated budget. The Players are bifurcated into four categories and the cost of Player depends on the category he falls, for example, all players in category A cost 8 crores similarly category B is of 6 crores, category C is of 4 crores and category D is of 3 crores. The budget allocated to Bombay Indians is 7 crores. Further it is known that each team has brought an equal number of players and the category of the two players in the same franchise is not same. The individual cost of one of the players bought by Raj Royals is double the individual cost of one of the Player bought by Delhi devils and the individual cost of the other player bought by Delhi devils is double the individual cost of the other player bought by Raj Royals. Kholi & Raina are the onlycategories A players and Kholi is bought by Chennai Kings. Only Hardik andSachin belongs to Category B and Sachin is bought by Kolkata Riders. Kuldeep who is not a category D player is bought by Delhi devils. Gayle is bought by the same franchise who bought Raina.The number of players in Category A is equal to the number of players in Category B and the number of players in Category C is equal to the number of players in Category D. Dravid and Irfan are bought by the same Franchise. The budget of Raj Royals is 11 Crores.
If Jadeja is bought by Kolkata Riders then Dhoni is bought by which franchise among the following?
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C. Chennai Kings
Franchise Players bought by the Franchise (money by which they were bought(in Crores)) Chennai Kings Kholi (8), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Kolkata Riders Sachin (6), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Raj Royals Raina (8), Gayle (3) Delhi devils Hardik (6), Kuldeep (4) Bombay Indians Dravid (3/4), Irfan (3/4) Incorrect
C. Chennai Kings
Franchise Players bought by the Franchise (money by which they were bought(in Crores)) Chennai Kings Kholi (8), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Kolkata Riders Sachin (6), Dhoni/Jadeja(3/4) Raj Royals Raina (8), Gayle (3) Delhi devils Hardik (6), Kuldeep (4) Bombay Indians Dravid (3/4), Irfan (3/4)
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