Red, Blue and Green coloured balls are kept in 9 boxes, such that each box contains balls of only one colour. Three persons Ramesh, Bhupesh and Ganesh received three boxes each and each person received balls of all colours. The total number of balls with each of them is different.

(i) The total number of balls with Ramesh is the average of the total number of balls with Ganesh and with Bhupesh.

(ii) The number of balls in each box is different and is at least 8 and at the most 16.

(iii) The number of balls in each of the three boxes with Ganesh is odd and the total number of balls with him is less than the total number of balls with Bhupesh.

(iv) The total number of red-coloured balls is the same as the total number of balls with Bhupesh and the total number blue-coloured balls is the same as the total number of balls with Ramesh.

(v) Ganesh has 9 red-coloured balls and Ramesh has 8 blue-coloured balls.

What is the total number of red coloured box?

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