Six students, named Ajay, Bharat, Chandan, Dinesh, Gaurav and Hitesh secured 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 marks in an examination (in no particular order). Names of their fathers were Ajit, Bhushan, Chandrakant, Dattaray, Gangadhar and Hari (in no particular order). Their surnames were Aggarwal, Bhatia, Chakraborty, Dey, Ganeriwala and Hirwani (in no particular order). For this set, the naming convention to be used is ―Name- Father’s Name-Surname‖. For example, if William is the name of the student, Jefferson is the name of his father and Clinton is his surname, the student is referred to as ―William-Jefferson-Clinton‖.Additionally following points were known:1. Name, father’s name and Surname of all the students started with different initials.2. Bharat is not the son of Chandrakant and Bharat’s surname is not Dey.3. The student whose surname is Hirwani scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Dattatray, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Ajay.4. The student whose surname is Ganeriwala scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Gangadhar, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Bharat.5. Gaurav scored 40 marks more than the student whose surname is Bhatia.6. Dinesh scored 30 marks more than the student whose surname is Aggarwal.7. Hitesh scored 10 marks more than Chandan while the student whose father is Bhushan scored 10 more than the student whose father is Ajit.

Question1- what is Hitesh’s Surname ?

a)Dey b) Hirwani c) chakraborty d) Bhatia

Question2- How many marks did Bhusan’s Son Score ?

a) 20 b) 40 c) 60 d)10

Question3- What is the full name of the student who scored 10 marks ?a) Ajay- Chandrakant-Bhatiab) Chandan-Gangadhar-Deyc) Bharat-Hari-Chkrabortyd) Chandan-Hari-Dey

Question4- What is the name of Ajit’s Son ?

a) Dineshb)Gauravc)Bharatd) Chand

Ranking

Eight floors in a building (from 1 to 8) are occupied by A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H, with each person occupying a distinct floor. Further it is known that:

  • A lives 5 floors above B.
  • H lives on the only floor between C and E.
  • D and F live on adjacent floors.
  • B does not live on the 1st floor.
    ‘N’ is defined as the difference between the floor numbers of C and D. How many different values of ‘N’ are possible?

Games and Tournaments

Six teams A, B, C, D, E and F play a game. In the first round of the game every team plays with every other team exactly once. If a team wins, it scores 40 points, if it loses, it loses 10 points and a draw results in 20 points for each team. After the first round, the top two teams advance to the finals. The following are the results of the first round.

(i) Team C neither won nor lost a match.
(ii) Teams B and E lost exactly one match.
(iii) Team F lost exactly three matches.
(iv) Team D won as well as lost exactly two matches.
(v) Team A lost exactly two matches.
(vi) The match played between team E and team F was drawn.

1. Which of the following teams advanced to the finals?
(A) A, B (B) A, E (C) B, E (D) B, C

2. Which of the following teams scored the same number of points at the end of the first round?
(A) B, D (B) A, D (C) D, E (D) None

3. The total number of winners in the first round is ____.
(A) 10 (B) 9 (C) 8 (D) Cannot be determined

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