Instructions

Refer to the following data and answer the questions that follow:

A numerical machine accepts two values X and Y. Then it updates these values as X = XY and Y = Y + 1 in every step. The machine stops at X $$\geq$$ N.

Question 55

If X = 2 and Y = 3, what should be the minimum value of N such that final value of Y is 7?

Instructions

Refer to the following statements and answer the questions:

Seven students Priya, Ankit, Raman, Sunil, Tony, Deepak and Vicky take a series of tests. No two students get similar marks. Vicky always scores more than Priya. Priya always scores more than Ankit. Each time either Raman scores the highest and Tony gets the least, or alternatively Sunil scores the highest and Deepak or Ankit scores the least.

Question 58

If Raman is ranked second and Ankit is ranked first, which of the following must be true?

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