Q: 1 (CAPF/2010)

## question_subject:

Polity

## question_exam:

CAPF

## stats:

0,19,15,19,8,4,3

## keywords:

{'circle': [0, 0, 2, 1], 'position': [3, 2, 7, 11], 'centre': [10, 3, 7, 19], 'left': [0, 0, 2, 2]}

The given information states that F is between A and D. So, we can infer that the possible arrangement of A, F, and D is: A-F-D.

The information also tells us that C is between E and B. So, one possible arrangement of C, E, and B is: E-C-B.

Now, we know that D is 2nd to the left of C. Since we have A-F-D, and E-C-B, the only position left for D is the second position to the left of C. So, the final arrangement is: A-F-D-C-E-B.

Based on this arrangement, we can conclude that D is 2nd to the right of A. Thus, option 1, which states that D is 2nd to the right of A, is the correct answer.

Therefore, the correct position of D is 2nd to the right of A.