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Direction: Nine people in a family have to go out for dinner. There are two available cars - Car 1 and Car 2 - each of which can accommodate five persons. But there are certain conditions that need to be followed:
(i) Vats will always go in Car 1 and does not want Aks in the same car.
(ii) Exactly two out of the three children - Meh, Rey and Dan - will be in one car.
(iii) Chat and Nag will always be together in a car.
(iv) If Ana and Aks are in the same car, then Vij will also be in the same car.
(v) Any car cannot have more than five persons.

  1. If Ana is in Car 2 which has four persons, then which of the following is definitely true ?
    1. Nag is in Car 2.
    2. Car 1 has exactly one child.
    3. Vij is in Car 1.
    4. Car 2 has exactly one child.
Correct Option: D

Ana is in Car 2, which has exactly four persons, Aks is already in Car 2, and since Aks and Ana both are in Car 2, therefore Vij is also in Car 2, which means that Car 2 will have exactly one child.

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