Direction (Q. 1 - 5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions based on it.
(i) Eight rooms P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are located adjacent to one another in two different rows.
(ii) Doors of rooms of one row open to the doors of rooms of another row.
(iii) No room of consecutive letters is either adjacent to or opposite each other.
(iv) P and Q are the rooms located at the end of two different rows.
(v) R is just left of T and is located in the same row in which P is located.
(vi) U is just left of Q.

Direction (Q. 6 - 10): Read the following information and then answer the questions.
Seven boys are made to stand in a row according to height (shortest boy first). Their names are Ram, Shyam, Rohan, Rohit. Mohan, Anup and Akash.
Following statements give information about their positions in the row:
(i) Shyam is the tallest boy.
(ii) Anup is exactly between Ram and Rohit.
(iii) There are exactly three boys between Rohit and Akash.
(iv) Rohan comes right after Shyam in height.

According to the information given, how many arrangements are possible ?

In a row of boys and girls there are less thati 50 students. Ram is 26th from one end while Sumati is 22nd from another end. If there are 19 students between Ram and Sumati. Then how many students are there in the row ?

Total number of students = 26 + 22 + 19 = 67 > 50 it is not true.
Number of students between two students,
= Sum for both end positions - total - 2
19 = (26 + 22) - total - 2
Total = 46 - 19 = 27

If it is possible to make a number which is the square of a two digit-odd number using the second, the fourth, and the sixth digits of the number 93217648 and using each only once, which of the following is that two-digit odd number ?