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Puzzles Questions for Bank PO

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1. Three teams from England, Scotland and Wales, are competing for two trophies, one for golf and one for tennis. How many different outcomes of the two competitions exist?
Ans: 9
Sol.
The alternatives are
  • England win both golf and tennis
  • Scotland win both golf and tennis
  • Wales win both golf and tennis
  • England win golf, Scotland win tennis
  • Scotland win golf, England win tennis
  • England win golf, Wales win tennis
  • Wales win golf, England win tennis
  • Scotland win golf, Wales win tennis
  • Wales win golf, Scotland win tennis
 
2. Find the relationship between the numbers in the top row and the numbers in the bottom row, and then determine the missing number.
Ans: The missing number is 12.
Sol.
When you look at the relationship of each set of top and bottom numbers, you will see that
12 is 2 x 6,
24 is 3 x 8,
36 is 4 x 9,
45 is 5 x 9,
60 is 6 x 10, and
84 is 7 x 12.
 
 
3. The three numbers in each box have a relationship that is the same in all six boxes.
Ans: 12.
Sol.
The missing number is 4. The sum of three numbers in each box is 12.