Which of the Following Combination Gets South ­Facing Flats? - Logical Reasoning

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Read the following information carefully and choose the appropriate option in the questions given below:

i. Six flats on a floor in two rows facing North and South are allotted to P, Q, R, S, T, and U.

ii. Q gets a North­ facing flat and is not next to S.

iii. S and U get diagonally opposite flats.

iv. R, next to U gets a South­facing flat and T gets a North­facing flat

Which of the following combination gets South ­facing flats? 

Options

  • U, R, P

  • data inadequate

  • Q, T, S

  • U, P ,T

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Solution

U, R, P

Explanation:

The arrangement of six flats in two rows is as follows:

U, R, P combination gets south-facing flats.

Concept: Puzzle (Entrance Exam)
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