## Q10) (a) In a school assembly, eight children, A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are in two rows 4 in each facing North and South. (b) E is between

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Q10) (a) In a school assembly, eight children, A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are in two rows 4 in each facing North and South. (b) E is between A and H but just opposite to B. (c) F is at one end of a line and is just next in the right of B. (d) G who is at one end of a line, is just diagonally opposite to A. Who is opposite to G?

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Seating Arrangement – Questions and Answers

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In this topic, there is a lot of raw data given. Based on this data certain conclusions are to be drawn.

The given raw data will help us to arrange the objects or people in a predetermined manner after performing necessary analysis over it.

Importance of topic

Questions from this topic are asked in several Entrance Exams such as CAT, CMAT, etc.

Pre-Requisites

Should be familiar with all the directions. Refer the below given diagram.

directions diagram

Note:

If a person is facing North, then “Your left and right” will be the same as the “Person facing North”.

Left Right

If a person is facing South, then it will be a mirror image i.e. “Personâ€™s Left” will be “Your Right” and vice-versa.

Right Left

In “Circular Seating Arrangement” when all the persons are facing inwards or center – then

Persons to his/her (specific person) right are in anti-clockwise direction.

Persons to his/her (specific person) left are in clockwise direction.

Whereas when all the persons are facing outwards – then

Persons to his/her (specific person) left are in anti-clockwise direction.

Persons to his/her (specific person) right are in clockwise direction