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Ten army cadets A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H ,I and J are standing in a queue.

  1. B and F are not either of the start or end.
  2. G is before D, but not necessarily behind him, and H ahead of J.
  3. There are four persons between E and A.
  4. I is ahead of B and F is before D.
  5. J is in between A and D and G is in between E and F.
  6. There are two persons between H and C.

If G and A interchange their positions, then who become(s) the immediate neighbors of E?


G and F.


F only.


A only.


D only.

Ans: c

Last to first like this: E - G - F - D - J - A - (H or C) - B - I - (H or C)

If positions of G and A are interchanged, A will become the immediate neighbor of E.

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