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There are eight children namely, A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H, who are sitting equidistant from each other around the circle of diameter 20 meters and all are facing towards the center of the table. All of them have different amount of money among- Rs. 4, Rs. 8, Rs. 10, Rs. 13, Rs. 17, Rs. 20, Rs. 22 and Rs. 25, but not necessarily in the same order.
When G
moves 10 meters towards the center, then if he turns 45° then he will face H, and if he turns 90° then he will face F. G has Rs. 17 more than H. F has Rs. 5 more than D. B has Rs. 12 more than H and E has amount in odd number. If B moves 20 meters in the direction he is facing, then he will meet D. If E moves 10 meters towards the center and then turns 90° towards her right, then she will face the person who has lowest amount of money. C has more amount of money than A, and both of them are not immediate neighbors. Both the immediate neighbors of G have amount in even number. The person, who has third lowest amount of money, is not sitting second to the right of the person who has third highest amount of money.
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There is certain number of persons sitting in two parallel rows and all are facing north direction. Equal number of persons is sitting in both the rows. Persons who are sitting in row 2 are facing the persons who are sitting in row 1. There is same distance between any two immediate neighbors. There is no vacant seat in any of the row.
C
is facing A, who is sitting fifth to the right of B. Q, who is sitting two places away from C, is sitting three places away from P. P and B are sitting at extreme end. P is facing the person, who is sitting four places away from R. At most one person sits between S and X. X, who is sitting second to the right of Y, is facing R. S is facing D, who is immediate neighbor of B. Z and A are sitting in the same row but both of them are not immediate neighbors.

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