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Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G were seated along a straight row facing the North. Each of them owned a different handset of different colour. The handsets were of the brands Nokia, Samsung, apple, Lenovo, Micromax, vivo and Motorola not necessarily in the same order. The colours were red, blue, golden, white, black, orange and purple not necessarily in the same order.
• G's neighbour had a white phone and was seated at a gap of 3 from the person with the Motorola handset
• B was 3rd to the right of the one with the Nokia phone
• Motorola handset was purple in colour
• C had the Samsung handset and was seated 3rd to the right of D
• A's neighbour had the apple handset
• E had the blue handset and was at either of the corners, E was not neighbouring B
• A's neighbours had red and golden handsets
• The person with Micromax was 2nd to the right of the person with Lenovo
• A and C were seated at a gap of 1
• A did not have the white or the purple handset
• G did not have the golden handset
• The person with apple handset was to the immediate left of the person with the black handset
Which of the following handsets was orange in colour?
  • a)
    Apple
  • b)
    Vivo
Correct answer is option ''. Can you explain this answer?

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• C had the Samsung handset and was seated 3rd to the right of D
• A's neighbours had red and golden handsets
• A and C were seated at a gap of 1
• A's neighbour had the apple handset
• The person with apple handset was to the immediate left of the person with the black handset
• E had the blue handset and was at either of the corners, E was not neighbouring B. Thus, case 1 is invalid.
• B was 3rd to the right of the one with the Nokia phone
• G's neighbour had a white phone and was seated at a gap of 3 from the person with the Motorola handset
• Motorola handset was purple in colour
• A did not have the white or the purple handset
Case 1:
Case 2:
E should not be neighbouring B, thus, the case is invalid.
• The person with Micromax was 2nd to the right of the person with Lenovo
• G did not have the golden handset
Thus, the final arrangement is as follows:
Micromax handset was orange in colour

• C had the Samsung handset and was seated 3rd to the right of D• A's neighbours had red and golden handsets• A and C were seated at a gap of 1• A's neighbour had the apple handset• The person with apple handset was to the immediate left of the person with the black handset• E had the blue handset and was at either of the corners, E was not neighbouring B. Thus, case 1 is invalid.• B was 3rd to the right of the one with the Nokia phone• G's neighbour had a white phone and was seated at a gap of 3 from the person with the Motorola handset• Motorola handset was purple in colour• A did not have the white or the purple handsetCase 1:Case 2:E should not be neighbouring B, thus, the case is invalid.• The person with Micromax was 2nd to the right of the person with Lenovo• G did not have the golden handsetThus, the final arrangement is as follows:Micromax handset was orange in colour
• C had the Samsung handset and was seated 3rd to the right of D• A's neighbours had red and golden handsets• A and C were seated at a gap of 1• A's neighbour had the apple handset• The person with apple handset was to the immediate left of the person with the black handset• E had the blue handset and was at either of the corners, E was not neighbouring B. Thus, case 1 is invalid.• B was 3rd to the right of the one with the Nokia phone• G's neighbour had a white phone and was seated at a gap of 3 from the person with the Motorola handset• Motorola handset was purple in colour• A did not have the white or the purple handsetCase 1:Case 2:E should not be neighbouring B, thus, the case is invalid.• The person with Micromax was 2nd to the right of the person with Lenovo• G did not have the golden handsetThus, the final arrangement is as follows:Micromax handset was orange in colour