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Eight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sit around a circular table, equidistant from each other, facing the centre of the table, not necessarily in the same order. B and D sit neither adjacent to C nor opposite to C A sits in between E and D. and sits in between B and H. Which one of the following is definitely correct?
B sits in between A and G
C sits opposite to G
E sits opposite to F
None of the above
The various possible circular arrangements, as per the information provided in the passage, have been depicted below:
We can see that none of (a), (b), or (c) is definitely correct.
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