Farmer A of Nirman Nagar goes to trade fair with their family after completing their daily work. There are nine members in the family after including farmer, i.e. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I. Each member eats different food items viz. Chocolate, Pizza, Burger, Rasmalai, Samosa, Jalebi, Khulfi, Dosa and Idli. The relation of farmer with the family members is defined as Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Wife, Daughter, Son, and Brother-in-law but not in the same order. All the family members are enjoying circular ride, but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are facing towards centre while others are facing outward.
I is brother of A’s daughter. A’s brother is seated on the immediate right of the brother of A’s sister and both face the same direction. I’s father eats Pizza. H has a sister. The mother of A’s son is E and sits second to the left of the married son of A’s father. F’s daughter-in-law eats Idli. A faces outwards. F is a male. A’s father sits third to the right A’s daughter. Either I or H sits third to the left of the mother of C, but both I and H face the same direction. A’s brother and sister eats Burger and Chocolate respectively. G is not father of H. In two generations, the members of the same generation are sitting immediate next to each other and face the same direction. A’s father does not eat Dosa and Khulfi. F’s grandson eats Rasmalai. B is a female and of the same generation as of A. G sits on the immediate left of the granddaughter of A’s father. The one, who is the wife of F likes Kulfi. A’s brother-in-law is G, who is husband of B, neither eats Dosa nor Samosa. E faces outside. A’s father doesn’t sit immediate next to his children. G is facing the centre and is second to the right of A. B sits second to the left of F. No three members seated together can face the same direction.
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