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Exact and general exact ordering methods are reviewed. Firstly, the exact ordering method is introduced, and few theorems were given to assign the conditions needed to locate the position of a required object among a group of objects to be ordered in a certain manner in three classes .Secondly, the exact ordering method is generalized to any odd number of classes (m). In both cases and if the required object class is put in the middle of other classes then the required object is located exactlydoi:10.7763/ijmo.2014.v4.401 fatcat:vbvjopou7zbv3pgo5brzsszbou