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U, V, W, X, Y and Z are six police officers, who are parading in two rows, with three in the front row and three in the back row. Each officer in the back row has one officer exactly in the front of him. W and X are at the extreme ends of two different rows. Y is to the right of U and exactly in front of V. If Z is exactly behind W, then which of the following statements is true?

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U, V, W, X, Y and Z are six police officers, who are parading in two rows, with three in the front row and three in the back row. Each officer in the back row has one officer exactly in the front of him. W and X are at the extreme ends of two different rows. Y is to the right of U and exactly in front of V. If Z is exactly behind W, then which of the following statements is true?
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  1. Answer: z and u

    Explanation:

    Y is to the right of U and exactly in front of V. Therefore,

    U Y
    V

    Z is behind W and W and X are at extreme ends. So, W has to be to the right of Y. The final arrangement is as follows.
    U Y W
    X V Z Therefore, Z and U are at extreme ends is true.