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    Answer the questions based on the following information:

    Each digit, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 is represented by a different letter A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I but not

    necessarily in this order. Further, each of A + B + C, C + D + E, E + F + G and G + H + I is equal to 13.

    128. Find the value of E.

    a. 5 b. 7 c. 4 d. Cannot be determined

    129. What is the sum of C, E and G?

    a. 7 b. 9 c. 11 d. Cannot be determined

    130. How many different sum’s of A, D, F and I are possible?

    a. 1 b. 2 c. 4 d. Cannot be determined

    131. Which one of the following is NOT definitely true?

    a. A is greater than G. b. H is less than D.

    c. B is less than C. d. D is greater than F.

    Answer the questions based on the following information:Each digit, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 is represented by a different letter A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I but not necessarily in this order. Further, each of A + B + C, C + D + E, E + F + G and G + H + I is equal to 13.
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    A + B + C = 13

    C + D + E = 13

    E + F + G = 13

    G + H + I = 13

    A + B + C = 13
    C + D + E = 13
    E + F + G = 13
    G + H + I = 13



    The nature is cyclic.

    The vaue E can take can also be taken by C and G

    So, value of E cannot be determined



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    A + B + C = 13

    C + D + E = 13

    E + F + G = 13

    G + H + I = 13

    A + B + C = 13
    C + D + E = 13
    E + F + G = 13
    G + H + I = 13


    Adding all the above equations, we get

    (A+B+C+D+E+G+H+I) + (C+E+G) = 13*4

    So, (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9) + (C+E+G) = 13*4

    So, 9*10/2 + (C+E+G) = 52

    So, (C+E+G) = 52-45 = 7 

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    The following data provides information on city and community of the people visiting National Museum on days S1, S2, S3 and S4 which are consecutive.A community belongs to only one city.

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    there are exactly 4 cities having 2 communities,.....( Cities are A, B, D and F)

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    The correct answer is 4..

    The cities A B D and F have two communities while city C has 3 and E has 1.

    First step is to note that A5 has to be in D. and therfore A7 has to be in D.

    Therefore A1 has to be in A.

    Now only four cities qualify to be in C A4 A8 A9 A 11
    it is easy to see A4 A8 and A11 make C.

    rest follows.

    This question is tough.. unless it has four problems I will never attempt this one. 
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    M children (1 to M) are standing in a circle facing each other wearing different caps. In the first round each passes his cap to the child on his left. In the next round each one passes the cap he now has to the second child on his left. In the next round each one passes the cap he has to the third child on his left and so on. They stop when the first child gets his original cap back for the first time.



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    suppose we mark one of the boys as 0 and the others from 1-43, then again 0 becomes 44 and so on 

    now after first swap, 0s cap is with 1
    after second swap hsi cap is with 1+2=3
    and after third with 1+2+3=6

    hence after k swaps 1+2+3+....k= k(k+1)/2

    as he should have his cap back 
    k(k+1)/2 should be a multiple of 44
    hence k =32 

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    The following table gives details about the number of runs scored by four players viz. Kemp, Kallis, Klusener and Kevin in four tournaments viz. Standard Bank Series, Afro-Asia Cup, Natwest Series and Benson & Hedges Series. However, the names of the players are disguised as P, Q, R, S and the names of the tournaments are disguised as A, B, C, D in no particular order.When arranged in descending order (from top to bottom) of the total runs scored in all the 4 tournaments,Kevin and Kemp occupy the top two positions.


    The additional information available is:
    •The total number of runs scored by these 4 players in Afro-Asia Cup is greater than that in the other three tournaments.
    •The difference between the total runs scored in Afro-Asia Cup and Benson & Hedges Series and the total runs scored in Natwest Series and Standard Bank Series by these 4 players is 100.
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    option 3.

    Bit analysis first:
    Total scores by P, Q, R & S  are 1050, 1150, 1025 and 1075 respectively. So, Q & S are Kevin and Kemp, not necessarily in that order.

    Total scores by A, B, C and D are 1125, 1250, 950 and 975.
    B is Afro-Asia Cup
    B+C = A + D + 100
    So, C is Benson & Hedges Series.

    Statement Y may be true, as D can be standard bank series. 

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    Let's assume Kusener is P; it implies that D is Natwest Series and A is Standard Bank Series and Kallis is R.
    In this case, Statement X & Y are both true.

    With this much information, options 2, 3 & 4 can be eliminated.

    Now just to elaborate further;
    Assume Klusener is R: That is not possible; because C (Benson) has highest score. Statement X is false.
    Kallis has to be P. That again is not possible as per given data. 

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    option 3.

    Bit analysis first:
    Total scores by P, Q, R & S  are 1050, 1150, 1025 and 1075 respectively. So, Q & S are Kevin and Kemp, not necessarily in that order.

    Total scores by A, B, C and D are 1125, 1250, 950 and 975.
    B is Afro-Asia Cup
    B+C = A + D + 100
    So, C is Benson & Hedges Series.

    Statement Y may be true, as D can be standard bank series. 

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    Let's assume Kusener is P; it implies that D is Natwest Series and A is Standard Bank Series and Kallis is R.
    In this case, Statement X & Y are both true.

    With this much information, options 2, 3 & 4 can be eliminated.

    Now just to elaborate further;
    Assume Klusener is R: That is not possible; because C (Benson) has highest score. Statement X is false.
    Kallis has to be P. That again is not possible as per given data

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    its option 3 becoz blue and yellow faces each other...nd 3 nd 6 are opposite to each other....alos 3 is mentioned on the left hance colour blue belongs to number 3

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