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Seating Arrangement Questions & Answers Test 1

Directions (1 to 5) : Read the following information to answer the given questions.

(i) A, B, C, D, E, F and G are playing cards sitting around a circular table

(ii) D is not neighbour of C or E.

(iii)A is neighbour of B and C.

(iv) G, who is second to the left of D, is the neighbour of E and F.

1) Which of the following is correct?

Answer: B is between A and D

Explanation:

We are given : G is second to the left of D and G is the neighbour of E and F.

That is, G is sitting between E and F. But D is not neighbour of E.

Hence, EGFD –> ACE

Now, A is sitting between B and C.

But D is not neighbour of C.

So, B is the neighbour of D.

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B is between A and D

2) Which of the following will be D’s position after E and D interchange their places?

Answer: GF

Explanation:

We are given : G is second to the left of D and G is the neighbour of E and F.

That is, G is sitting between E and F. But D is not neighbour of E.

Hence, EGFD –> ACE

Now, A is sitting between B and C.

But D is not neighbour of C.

So, B is the neighbour of D.

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F sits to the immediate right of C.

3) Which of the following will be D’s position after E and D interchange their places?

Answer: Neighbour to G and C

Explanation:

We are given : G is second to the left of D and G is the neighbour of E and F.

That is, G is sitting between E and F. But D is not neighbour of E.

Hence, EGFD –> ACE

Now, A is sitting between B and C.

But D is not neighbour of C.

So, B is the neighbour of D.

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F sits to the immediate right of C.

4) Which of the following has the second person sitting between the first and third person?

Answer: GFD

Explanation:

We are given : G is second to the left of D and G is the neighbour of E and F.

That is, G is sitting between E and F. But D is not neighbour of E.

Hence, EGFD –> ACE

Now, A is sitting between B and C.

But D is not neighbour of C.

So, B is the neighbour of D.

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F is sitting between G and D.

5) Which of the following is wrong?

Answer: F is between G and D

Explanation:

We are given : G is second to the left of D and G is the neighbour of E and F.

That is, G is sitting between E and F. But D is not neighbour of E.

Hence, EGFD –> ACE

Now, A is sitting between B and C.

But D is not neighbour of C.

So, B is the neighbour of D.

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B is to the immediate left of D.

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