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Correct Option is Cannot be determined

Solution:
By using the given information:
R sits third to the right of Q, who sits fifth to the left of G. The number of persons sitting between Q and L is same as the number of persons sitting to the right of L. L sits fifth from one of the extreme end and faces north. Only three persons sit to the left of R, who faces north. Five persons sit between Q and T. We have two possible cases for that i.e.Case1 and Case2.
The number of persons sitting between T and Q is same as in between R and M who is facing south. Three persons sit between U and M. U doesn’t sit near to Q. Immediate neighbors of M faces opposite direction to Q.The number of persons sitting between L and T is one more than the number of persons sitting between U and R. Now case1 will be eliminated. The number of persons sitting between Q and M is same as the number of persons sitting between U and F. Only three persons sit to the right of D. The persons sitting at the corner faces opposite direction to each other. Both T and U face opposite direction to F.The number of persons sitting between D and Q is one less than the number of persons sitting between M and B, who doesn’t sit near to U. Only two persons sits between F and A. Now we have our final arrangements.
 

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