Puzzle in simple terms is defined as a problem designed to test ingenuity or knowledge. They have become an integral part of few competitive exams and entrance tests. They are devised with intent to test the knowledge of to-be-solver.
What are different types of puzzles?
There are different types, which are devised with a specific intent to test a person’s ability to interpret and solve the problem. Different type of puzzles are :
What exams have puzzles?
Almost every competitive exams have puzzles. They are most commonly found in competitive exams like : CAT, MAT, XAT, Bank P.O.s, AIEEE, GATE, TOEFL, GRE, and GATE etc. In these exams, mostly arithmetic, math, number, and logic puzzles.
How to solve puzzles?
To solve, one needs to interpret the questions properly and understand the sequence in the problem Is designed. By understanding the sequence, it becomes easier to solve a problem. Understanding the sequence of a puzzle requires strong logical ability and a creative thought pattern. The key is to solve as many different puzzles as possible to improve the thought process and gain expertise over different ways of solving a problem.
It is Charcoal which is black when we buy it or when not being used. It gets red in appearance when put in use means to say when burning. And eventually when it's been consumed by fire or after getting burned out or used up, changes into ashes which look grey in color.
A cuboid shaped wooden block has 6 cm length, 4 cm breadth and 1 cm height. Two faces measuring 4 cm x 1 cm are coloured in black. Two faces measuring 6 cm x 1 cm are coloured in red. Two faces measuring 6 cm x 4 cm are coloured in green. The block is divided into 6 equal cubes of side 1 cm (from 6 cm side), 4 equal cubes of side 1 cm(from 4 cm side).
How many cubes will have green colour on two sides and rest of the four sides having no colour ?