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[Solved] LOD-1 Logical Reasoning- Linear Arrangements, Question number 16-20

 
Prakhar Gupta
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Eight students are seated along the longer sides of a rectangular table in a library, among whom Ashish, Yami, Shikha and Deepa are seated along one side (say row A) facing the west, and Lakshmi, Gopi, Vinay and Manju are seated on the opposite side (say row B) facing the east. Among them, two of them are Accounting students, two are Journalism students, two are Law students and the remaining two are Management students. Also, all four persons in each row are from different study streams. The Journalism student in row A is seated on the immediate right of Deepa. The Accounting student in row B is seated facing the student seated immediately next to the Journalism student in row A. Vinay is seated facing the student seated immediately next to Yami, who is not a Journalism student. Exactly one student is seated between the Law and Management students in both rows. The Management student in row A is seated facing the Journalism student in row B. Lakshmi is not a Law student. Yami is seated on the immediate left of Deepa. Gopi is not a Law student and has two students seated immediately next to him. The Law student in row B is seated facing Ashish. Vinay is not seated immediately next to Manju.

 

 

I am unable to get to the answer, can someone help me out with this problem?

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Topic starter Posted : 10/08/2021 2:02 am
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Harry Ogden
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Try to follow a certain logical scheme to get to the right logical conclusion ...
As an example, look at this similar problem and trace the logical path...
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The more often you practice, the easier it will be...

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