Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 41

Four children A, B, C and D are having some chocolates each.

A gives B as many as he already has, he gives C twice of what C already has and he gives D thrice of what D already has.

Now, D gives (1/8)th of his own chocolates to B.

Then A gives 10% chocolates he now owns to C and 20% to B.

Finally, all of them have 35 chocolates each. What is the original number of chocolates each had in the beginning?

Question 42

There are two similar figures below with some numbers. The left one is complete where as one number is missing in the right one. Find a suitable number to fill in place of the question mark.

Question 44

In a cricket team, three batsmen Ricky, Sachin and Brian are the top three run-scorers in any order. Each of them gives two replies to any question, one of which is true and the other is false, again, in any order. When asked about who the top scorer was, following were the replies they gave:

Sachin : I got the top score. Ricky was second.

Brian : I got the top score. Sachin was second.

Ricky : I got the top score. Sachin was third.

Which of the following is the correct order of batsmen who got the top score, second best and third best score respectively?

Question 45

60 employees in an office were asked about their preference for tea and coffee. It was observed that for every 3 people who prefer tea, there are 2 who prefer coffee. For every 6 people who prefer tea, there are 2 who drink both of tea and coffee. The number of people who drink both is the same as those who drink neither.

How many people drink both tea and coffee?

Question 46

A clock strikes once at 1 o'clock, twice at 2 o'clock and so on. If it takes 6 seconds to strike at 3 o'clock, how much time will it take to strike at 9 o'clock?

Instructions

E-1, E-2 and E-3 are three engineering students writing their assignments at night. Each of them starts at a different time and completes at a different time. The digit in their name and the order of their starting and completing the assignment is certainly not the same. The last student to start is the first to complete the assignment.

Instructions

A, B and C are three students from Don School and P, Q and R are three students fro Elite School. Q is brighter than R but duller than the Don School student who is brighter than A. The same Don School student is duller than P but is brighter than C.

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