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# Box Based Puzzle & Coded Inequality :: 30th March, 2021

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Question 1

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Eight boxes are placed one above the other in a stack. At least one box is placed below W. Three boxes are placed between Q and F. Three boxes are placed between R and N, which is placed immediately above F. K is placed four places above M. L is placed near K and above W. Q is placed below N. One box is placed between M and R.

Which of the following boxes is placed at the bottom?

Question 2

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Eight boxes are placed one above the other in a stack. At least one box is placed below W. Three boxes are placed between Q and F. Three boxes are placed between R and N, which is placed immediately above F. K is placed four places above M. L is placed near K and above W. Q is placed below N. One box is placed between M and R.
How many boxes are placed between M and L?

Question 3

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Eight boxes are placed one above the other in a stack. At least one box is placed below W. Three boxes are placed between Q and F. Three boxes are placed between R and N, which is placed immediately above F. K is placed four places above M. L is placed near K and above W. Q is placed below N. One box is placed between M and R.
How many boxes are placed above F?

Question 4

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Eight boxes are placed one above the other in a stack. At least one box is placed below W. Three boxes are placed between Q and F. Three boxes are placed between R and N, which is placed immediately above F. K is placed four places above M. L is placed near K and above W. Q is placed below N. One box is placed between M and R.
What is the position of N?

Question 5

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Eight boxes are placed one above the other in a stack. At least one box is placed below W. Three boxes are placed between Q and F. Three boxes are placed between R and N, which is placed immediately above F. K is placed four places above M. L is placed near K and above W. Q is placed below N. One box is placed between M and R.
How many letters are there in alphabetical series between the box placed at the top and the box placed exactly between L and W?

Question 6

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'M%N' means 'M is neither smaller nor equal to N'
'M&N' means 'M is neither greater nor equal to N'
'M\$N' means 'M is not smaller than N'
'M*N' means 'M is neither smaller nor greater than N'
'M@N' means 'M is not greater than N'

Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions given below them is/are true.
Statements:
M*K, T@G, N&K, M\$S
Conclusions:
I. K\$S
II. N&K

Question 7

Direction: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

'M%N' means 'M is neither smaller nor equal to N'
'M&N' means 'M is neither greater nor equal to N'
'M\$N' means 'M is not smaller than N'
'M*N' means 'M is neither smaller nor greater than N'
'M@N' means 'M is not greater than N'

Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions given below them is/are true.
Statement:
K&R, A&K, N*L, N\$Y
Conclusion:
I. A&R
II. A&L

Question 8

Direction: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

'M%N' means 'M is neither smaller nor equal to N'
'M&N' means 'M is neither greater nor equal to N'
'M\$N' means 'M is not smaller than N'
'M*N' means 'M is neither smaller nor greater than N'
'M@N' means 'M is not greater than N'

Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions given below them is/are true.
Statement:
A\$B, B&K, B@N, N@G
Conclusion:
I. A@N
II. B@G

Question 9

Direction: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

'M%N' means 'M is neither smaller nor equal to N'
'M&N' means 'M is neither greater nor equal to N'
'M\$N' means 'M is not smaller than N'
'M*N' means 'M is neither smaller nor greater than N'
'M@N' means 'M is not greater than N'

Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions given below them is/are true.
Statement:
N\$G, N&R, T&K, K\$B
Conclusion:
I. R&T
II. G\$T

Question 10

Direction: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

'M%N' means 'M is neither smaller nor equal to N'
'M&N' means 'M is neither greater nor equal to N'
'M\$N' means 'M is not smaller than N'
'M*N' means 'M is neither smaller nor greater than N'
'M@N' means 'M is not greater than N'

Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions given below them is/are true.
Statement:
L&T, T@N, K*B, N&A
Conclusion:
I. A*B
II. N&B
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