# Puzzle – 30 (LoW) (Linear Based)

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There are 8 people â€“ A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H who are made to sit in a row having 10 seats numbered left to right. All are facing North and are not necessarily sitting in the same order. They belong to different states â€“ Bihar, Punjab, J&K, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Haryana but not necessarily sitting in the same order. Six people out of 8 are Engineers and the remaining two are Doctors. If two people are sitting on consecutive seats, then only they will be considered neighbours.

Six of these 8 people have only one neighbour. One doctor has 2 neighbours and the other has only one neighbour. No one is sitting between the ones from Punjab and Haryana. A is sitting equidistant from both the ones from Bihar and Haryana. Similarly, G is sitting equidistant from both the one from J&K and F. H is sitting to the immediate left of E. A is sitting to the immediate left of the one from Punjab. C is from West Bengal and is a doctor having only one neighbour. F belongs to Odisha. E, who is an Engineer, is from Tamil Nadu. D is not from Punjab and A is not from Rajasthan. The sum of seat numbers on which the ones from Haryana and Punjab are sitting is 12.

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### 2 thoughts on “Puzzle – 30 (LoW) (Linear Based)”

1. VODALA PRAVEEN KUMAR

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