Yes, it is easy to solve these type of questions but cosumes lot of time.
However, the good thing is that such questions don't appear on GMAT.
Q- Six negotiators, three each from bangladesh and india- Mihir, Anil, Priyanka, Rifat, Sattar and Taher- are to he seated at a round table to discuss Ganges water sharing. There are exactly six chairs around the table.Each negotiator sits facing the center of the table and is directly opposite a negotiator across the table. the seating arrangement is subject to the following restriction:
Taher cannot sit next to priyanka, sattar cannot sit next to mihir, Rifat must sit next to Minir.
q-1 If Taher sits next to Mihir & sattar sits next to Rifat, which of the other negotiators must sit next to sattar?
a. Rifat b.Taher c.Mihir d.Anil e.Priyanka
q-2 If Rifat sits next to sattar on sattar's right side, who must sit next to rifat on rifat's right side?
a. Mihir b.Anil c.Priyanka d.Sattar e.Taher
q-3 If Taher sits directly across the table from anil, who must sit on either side priyanka?
a. Mihir & sattar b.Anil & Sattar c.Anil & Rifat d.Mihir & anil e.Rifat & Taher
q-4 Which of the following is an acceptable sequence of negotiators around the table?
a. Mihir, sattar, taher, priyanka, rifat, anil
b.Mihir, sattar, rifat, taher, priyanka, anil
c.Taher, anil, priyanka, sattar, Mihir, Rifat
d. Taher, sattar, rifat, mihir, anil, Priyanka
e. taher, rifat, mihir, priyanka, sattar, anil
yes it is easy to solve but it waste too much time. i need more than half an hour. is there any short method to solve this type of problem. is it a gmat type question??
Where can I find this type of problem more?? Is it familiar with GRE?
Half hearted effort doesn't bring half result acually it brings no result!
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