## Realated Questions

Seven people, A through G, sit in a row (not necessarily in the same order). Exactly three people sit between A and G, while exactly three people sit between B and E. Exactly four people sit between C and E, while exactly four people sit between D and G. Exactly two people sit between B and D, while exactly two people sit between C and A. Given that either B or A sits to the immediate right of D, then who sits exactly at the middle of the row?

Eight persons - A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H - sit in a row facing the same direction, not necessarily in the same order. These eight persons belong to two different families. Each family comprises a father, a mother, a son and a daughter. The persons sit such that no two members of the same family are next to each other and the two fathers sit at either ends of the row. Further, the following information is available:

(i) A is the father of C, whose mother is G.

(ii) H and E belong to different families and are of different genders.

(iii) B is the brother of E.

(iv) G and F are of the same gender.

(v) A sits at the left end of the row.

(vi) Each child is sitting next to at least one mother and each mother is sitting next to at least one child.

(vii) F and B belong to the same family. In how many different ways can these eight people sit?

Karan and Arjun run a 100-metre race, where Karan beats Arjun by 10 metres. To do a favour to Arjun, Karan starts 10 metres behind the starting line in a second 100-metre race. They both run at their earlier speeds. Which of the following is true in connection with the second race?