## High Level Puzzle Questions for SBI Clerk | Syndicate PO

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## High Level Puzzle Questions for SBI Clerk | Syndicate PO: Set- 91

Directions:(1-5) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
There is a goods train with six coaches (A, B, C, D, E and F) and one engine, moving in east direction. These coaches are loaded with different quantity of goods. Maximum loading capacity of any coach is less than 25 tons. Each good weighs 1 ton. The number of goods loaded in a coach is either a multiple of 4 (excluding zero) or a prime number. No two coaches are loaded with same number of goods.
The train coach that is at the maximum distance from train’s engine is loaded with 20 tons of goods. Coach B which is just behind coach D, is loaded with maximum quantity of goods which is not 24. The coach that is just behind train’s engine is loaded with goods that weighs 6 tons less than the weight of the goods loaded in coach B. Coach B is exactly between coach F and the coach which is just behind the train’s engine. The weight of the goods loaded in Coach E is 4 tons more than the weight of the goods loaded in coach A and
is somewhere behind coach A. Number of goods loaded in coach F is more than 17 and less than 24. The number of goods loaded in coach C is more than the number of goods loaded in coach A. Either coach D or E is loaded with the number of goods that is a prime number. The difference between the numbers of goods loaded in coach A and coach B is not 19. The coach which is two places away from the engine is not loaded with the number of goods less than 13. The difference between the number of goods loaded in coach A and coach D is neither 3 nor 5.

1.What is the sum of quantity of goods loaded in coach F and coach D?
A  32 tons
B  34 tons
C  36 tons
D  38 tons
E  None of these

C. 36 tons

2. What is the sum of total quantity of goods loaded in the train?
A  94 tons
B  99 tons
C  103 tons
D  109 tons
E  None of these

B. 99 tons

3. How many coaches are there behind coach E?
A  Zero
B  One
C  Two
D  Three
E  None of these

B. One

4.Which coach is exactly between coach C and coach B?
A  Coach A
B  Coach D
C  Coach E
D  Coach F
E  None of these

A. Coach A

5. What is the quantity of goods loaded in coach C?
A  12 tons
B  16 tons
C  19 tons
D  20 tons
E  None of these

D. 20 tons

Directions:(6-10) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
There are six employees namely, Aman, Sameer, Virat, Rashmi, Kajal and Ritesh, working in the same company. They belong to different cities among Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Lucknow and Jaipur. They secured different ranks in the company from 1 to 6. They had a meeting in the conference room and after that they move out of the room. The top ranker among them moves straight to the canteen from the conference room. The persons, who did not secure a rank among the top three ranks, move out of the office through the main door. The remaining two persons first drink coffee from coffee machine and then move to the canteen.The person who belongs to Chennai has better rank than Virat. Sameer has a lower rank than the one from Jaipur. The persons, who belong to Jaipur and Lucknow, move 3 meter in north direction from the conference room. Then they turn right and move 5 meter and to reach the coffee machine. Then they walk 5 meter straight in south east direction to enter canteen. The person who belongs to Delhi has better rank than Ritesh and the person belonging to Mumbai. The person who belongs to Kolkata did not secure the lowest rank.Three persons, Aman, Rashmi and the person who belongs to Kolkata move 4 meter in south direction. Then they turn left and move 3 meters and take the exit from the main door. Kajal moves 9 meter in east direction from conference room to enter the canteen. Ritesh is not from Mumbai.

6.Who belongs to Chennai?
A  Kajal
B  Sameer
C – Aman
D  Rashmi
E  None of these

A. Kajal

 Rank Employee City 1 Kajal Chennai 2 Virat Jaipur 3 Sameer Lucknow 4 Aman/Rashmi Delhi 5 Ritesh Kolkata 6 Rashmi/Aman Mumbai

7. What is the shortest distance between main door and conference room?
A  4 meter
B  5 meter
C  6 meter
D  7 meter
E  None of these

B. 5 meter

 Rank Employee City 1 Kajal Chennai 2 Virat Jaipur 3 Sameer Lucknow 4 Aman/Rashmi Delhi 5 Ritesh Kolkata 6 Rashmi/Aman Mumbai

8. If Aman belongs to Delhi then what is the rank of Rashmi?
A  3
B  4
C  5
D  6
E  None of these

D. 6

 Rank Employee City 1 Kajal Chennai 2 Virat Jaipur 3 Sameer Lucknow 4 Aman/Rashmi Delhi 5 Ritesh Kolkata 6 Rashmi/Aman Mumbai

9.What is the rank of Ritesh?
A  2
B  3
C  4
D  5
E  None of these

D. 5

 Rank Employee City 1 Kajal Chennai 2 Virat Jaipur 3 Sameer Lucknow 4 Aman/Rashmi Delhi 5 Ritesh Kolkata 6 Rashmi/Aman Mumbai

10.The person whose rank is 3rd belongs to which city?
A  Chennai
B  Lucknow
C  Jaipur
D  Kolkata
E  None of these

B. Lucknow

 Rank Employee City 1 Kajal Chennai 2 Virat Jaipur 3 Sameer Lucknow 4 Aman/Rashmi Delhi 5 Ritesh Kolkata 6 Rashmi/Aman Mumbai