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What is the sum of ages of P and the one who belongs from Bengal?
Reasoning and Computer Aptitude
None of these
Correct Option is 37
Solution:From the given statements, there are five chairs between P and T and one of them sit at any of the corner. The age of P and T is not an odd number. The one who is from Bengal sits second to left of T, we get three possible cases- case-1, case-2 and case-3. R belong from Delhi and sits at any of the corner. The one whose age is a multiple of 5 is an immediate neighbour of P. V and P are immediate neighbours and no other person sits adjacent to them. R does not sit second to the left of V. U is an immediate neighbour of both Q and S. from this, the place of three vacant chairs and seating of seven persons got cleared, so, case-2 got cancelled here. The one whose age is 19 and belongs from Lucknow is an immediate neighbour of U but does not sit adjacent to vacant seat. The age difference between U and Q is same as the age difference between S and Q. From this statement, we got the age of Q, S and U. P does not from Kerala, Patna and Jammu So, P is from Goa. The sum of the ages of R and T who is not from Kerala and Jammu is a multiple of 11. Age of P, T and R and the place of T got cleared here. The number of persons sit between P and R is same as the number of persons sit between Q and the one who is from Kerala. Case-1 is eliminated here and we got the place of V and Q.
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