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Six alphabets A, B, K, D, E and P are arranged in a row. B is between D and P. A does not stand next to either P or D. K does not stand next to D. E stands between A and K.

P stands between.


B and K.


E and A.


D and B.


A and K.

Ans: a

The letters are arranged from left to right: A-E-K-P-B-D.

P stands between B and K.

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