Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F start climbing a hill together. After some time it is observed that ‘D’ has reached a position
higher than ‘B’ but not as high as ‘E’. ‘C’ is at a position not higher than ‘D’ and not lower than ‘A’, who is not lower than
‘F’ and not higher than ‘B’. Who has climbed the highest position?
In a row of girls standing from left to right facing North, Sushma is fifteenth from the left. Sushma, when shifted to her
right by three places, becomes third to the left of Rubina, who is seventeenth from the right. How many girls are standing
in the row?
Some persons are standing in a queue. A child is standing 14th from the left and a woman is standing 8th from the right.
If there are four persons between the child and the woman, how many persons are there in the queue?
A > C .... (i), B > D .... (ii), E < B .... (iii), E > C .... (iv), C > D .... (v)
From (i) & (v), we get, A > C > D .... (I)
From (iii) & (iv), we get B > E > C .... (II)
From (I) and (II) it is clear that ‘D’ is the thinnest.
From the given information
Gopal > Raman > Madan
Amar > Sripal > Gopal
Tarun > Amar > Barun
Combining all the above, we get
Tarun > Amar > Sripal > Gopal > Raman > Madan
Since Barun is weaker than Amar, he must be weaker than Tarun. Hence Tarun is the strongest.