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# Directions for questions 11 to 14:These questions are based on the following information. A, B, C, D, E and F are six friends appearing for a

Management entrance test. They applied together and were surprised to see that though they were all seated in the same row, their hall ticket numbers were not in serial order. Further, the following information was available. (A) Neither A nor F is seated at the ends, and the persons sitting at any ends do not have hall ticket numbers whose last digit is 2. (B) A and F are adjacent to each other, while B and E are adjacent to each other and are to the left of A. The remaining two friends are also adjacent to each other. Also A and F have hall ticket numbers whose first digit is 4. (C) Each hall ticket number is of two digits which is a multiple of 6, such that there are three pairs of consecutive multiples of 6. The sum of each pair is a multiple of 10. (D) They are seated in such a way that the hall ticket numbers that end with the same digit are in ascending order from left to right. (E) E is not at any end and the same is true of D, who is not adjacent to A.Uploaded by: cijas

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