## 25 Important Puzzle Set – 10 | Maths & Reasoning | Free PDF

• Certain number of Books and Registers were arrange in eight different shelves neighboring each other in a straight line. Each book covers 2 cm space and each register covers 3 cm space. Width of each shelf is different and is equal to the sum of the total width occupied by the books and registers placed inside it, for example if there are 7 books and 5 registers placed inside a shelf then total width of the shelf will be 7*2 + 5*3 = 29 cm. Each shelf is named different viz; A, B, C, P, T, Y, M and K. Each shelf contains atleast one book and one register.

• Width occupied by the books kept in Shelf M is not less than the width occupied by the books kept in Shelf T. Shelf P is four shelves away from shelf B, which have equal number of books and registers in it. Neither shelf P nor shelf B are placed at the extreme ends. Width of shelf A is 14 cm, having atleast 2 books and the number of books and number of registers in A are swapped in shelf C. Width of shelf K is 13 cm, but do not contain only 1 register. Difference between the number of books and number of registers in shelf M is 3. Shelf A is placed two places to the left of shelf T, which is not placed at the extreme end. Shelf K and shelf A are placed next to each other. Neither T nor M have book or registers in multiple of three. Number of registers in K is equal to number of books in Y. Shelf M is placed second to the right of Shelf Y, which have same number of books as in B and same number of registers as the number of books in P. Width of shelf T and C together is 14 cm more than the total width of M and A. Immediate neighbors of T do not contain 3 books. Total width of M is 4 cm less than the total width of B. Total width of shelves at the extreme ends are 37 cm.