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the code of “score“ in this code language is - la

We [latex]\rightarrow[/latex] ka

Provide [latex]\rightarrow[/latex] hu

Study [latex]\rightarrow[/latex] ja

Material [latex]\rightarrow[/latex] lu

Score [latex]\rightarrow[/latex] la

Maximum [latex]\rightarrow[/latex] fa

Selection [latex]\rightarrow[/latex] ju

The [latex]\rightarrow[/latex] fu

Of [latex]\rightarrow[/latex] na

Seven people –

Only two people are sitting to the left of Ajit. Only two people sit between Ajit and Nikhil and none of the two sit at extreme ends. Sanchit sits second to the left of Nikhil. The immediate neighbours of Sanchit face opposite directions (i.e. if one of the neighbors faces south then the other faces north and vice versa). Only one person sits between Sanchit and Ruchita. Vaibhav sits third to the left of Ruchita. Soniya is not an immediate neighbor of Nikhil. Both the immediate neighbours of Ruchita face the same direction (i.e. if one neighbor faces south then the other neighbour also faces south and if one neighbor faces north then the other neighbor also faces north). Sanchit faces the same direction as Ruchita. Ankit faces north. Nikhil sits on the immediate left of Ankit.

1) Only two people sit between AJIT and NIKHIL and none of the two sit at extreme ends. Only two people are sitting to the left AJIT.

Ajit | Nikhil |
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Nikhil | Ajit |
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2) Only two people are sitting to the left AJIT.

IN case A) ajit must face north then only there will be 2 people to his left.

But case B) is not valid as it is given that: Only two people are sitting to the left of AJIT.

As in case 2 if ajit faces north then there are 5 people to his left and if ajit faces south then is only one person to his left.thus case 2 gets eliminated.

Thus it is clear that ajit faces north.

Ajit | [latex]\downarrow[/latex] | Nikhil |
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Ajit [latex]\uparrow[/latex] | Nikhil |

3) ANKIT faces north. NIKHIL sits on the immediate left of ANKIT ⇒ ankit sits at extreme right side.

Ajit [latex]\uparrow[/latex] | Nikhil | Ankit [latex]\uparrow[/latex] |
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4) SANCHIT sits second to the left of NIKHIL.

Ruchita | Ajit [latex]\uparrow[/latex] | Sanchit | [latex]\downarrow[/latex] | Nikhil [latex]\uparrow[/latex] | Ankit [latex]\uparrow[/latex] |
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5)

Soniya [latex]\uparrow[/latex] | Ruchita [latex]\downarrow[/latex] | Ajit [latex]\uparrow[/latex] | Sanchit[latex]\downarrow[/latex] | Vaibhav [latex]\downarrow[/latex] | Nikhil [latex]\uparrow[/latex] | Ankit [latex]\uparrow[/latex] |
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Pritam, Munaza, Shail, Tina, Uma, Viru, and Dhruv live on different floors of a building having seven floors numbered one to seven (the ground floor is numbered 1, and the floor above it is numbered 2 and so on. The topmost floor is numbered 7.) All of them like cars of different colours, viz Yellow, Black, Green, Orange, Red, White and Pink but not necessarily in the same order. There are two floors between the floor on which Munaza and Uma live. Munaza lives one floor below Dhruv’s floor and likes Green car. There are three floors between Dhruv and Pritam. Pritam likes Yellow car and lives on an odd-numbered floor. The one who likes Pink car lives on floor no. 6. The one who likes Yellow car lives on floor no. 3. The one who likes Orange car does not live on an even numbered floor. Neither Shail nor Uma lives immediately above or immediately below’s Tina’s floor. Shail likes white car and there is one floor between the floor on which Tina and Shail live. Tina lives on an even-numbered floor but he does not live on floor no. 4. Pritam lives immediately above Uma’s floor. Viru likes Black car. Uma likes Red car. The one who likes Orange car lives immediately above Tina’s floor.

Floor | Person | Colour |
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7 | Dhruv | Orange |

6 | Tina | Pink |

5 | Munaza | Green |

4 | Shail | White |

3 | Pritam | Yellow |

2 | Uma | Red |

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