DIRECTIONS for the following two questions: These questions are based on the situation given below: Ten coins are distributed among four people P, Q, R, S such that one of them gets one coin, another gets two coins, the third gets three coins and the fourth gets four coins. It is known that Q gets more coins than P, and S gets fewer coins than R.
If R gets at least two more coins than S, then which one of the following is necessarily true?
From the given passage, it is given that Q>P, R>S. Now it is given that R is greater than or equal to S+2. Option B will still remain true because it is given that Q>P.
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