Directions: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:
Six friends Pant, Quan, Raah, Saaz, Taju and Udey are having different chocolates among Cadbury, Five Star, Kit Kat, Munch, Perk and Temptation but not necessarily in the same order. The cost of each chocolate is multiple of 5 in Rupees and no two chocolates have same price. All friends like different colors among Black, Blue, Green, Pink, Red and White but not necessarily in the same order. A person can have only one brand of chocolates. Raah has Five-Star chocolate and its cost is Rs.10 and he doesn’t like White color. Udey likes Green color. Quan did not have Cadbury or Munch chocolate. Taju has a chocolate which costs Rs.20. The one person who likes Black color has Munch chocolate. Pant has Kit Kat chocolate which costs Rs.25 and he likes Blue color. The cost of chocolate that Saaz have is less than that of Five-Star chocolate. The costliest chocolate is Perk and its cost is thrice the cost of Five-Star chocolate and Quan doesn’t have Perk. The cost of Cadbury chocolate is 10 Rupees less than the cost of Perk chocolate. The one who likes Pink color has Temptation chocolate. One of the persons have a chocolate which costs thrice the amount of the one who likes Back color.
The following common explanation, we get "Taju-White-Cadbury-Rs.20”.
Hence, option C is correct.
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Pink
Temptation
15
Raah
Red
Five Star
10
Saaz
Black
Munch
5
Taju
White
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
Perk
30
Common Explanation
References
Six friends Pant, Quan, Raah, Saaz, Taju and Udey are having different chocolates among Cadbury, Five Star, Kit Kat, Munch, Perk and Temptation but not necessarily in the same order.
All friends like different colors among Black, Blue, Green, Pink, Red and White but not necessarily in the same order. A person can have only one brand of chocolates.
Raah has Five-Star chocolate and its cost is Rs.10 and he doesn’t like White color.
Udey likes Green color.
Quan did not have Cadbury or Munch chocolate. Quan doesn’t have Perk.
Taju has a chocolate which costs Rs.20.
Pant has Kit Kat chocolate which costs Rs.25 and he likes Blue color.
Inferences
From above statements,
All the above information is given directly, so we get the initial table as follows,
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Cadbury/Munch/Perk
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
Taju
20
Udey
Green
References
The cost of each chocolate is multiple of 5 in Rupees and no two chocolates have same price.
The cost of chocolate that Saaz has is less than that of Five-Star chocolate.
The costliest chocolate is Perk and its cost is thrice the cost of Five-Star chocolate
The cost of Cadbury chocolate is 10 Rupees less than the cost of Perk chocolate.
Inferences
From above statements,
The cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10 and Saaz has chocolate which costs less than Rs.10. Then only possible costs is Rs.5 (multiple of 5 <10). Therefore Saaz has 5 rupees chocolate.
Given, Perk chocolate cost = 3 (cost of Five-Star chocolate), & cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10. Then, cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30 [3*10 =30] which is costliest among six.
The cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30, then cost of Cadbury chocolate is Rs.20 (10 less than Perk). Therefore Taju has Cadbury chocolate.
Quan doesn’t have Cadbury/Munch/Perk, then he must have Temptation chocolate (only possibility)
Thus we get the following table, Note: Price can be filled based on other statements
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Temptation
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
5
Taju
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
References
The one who likes Pink color has Temptation chocolate.
The one person who likes Black color has Munch chocolate.
One of the persons has a chocolate which costs thrice the amount of the one who likes Back color.
Inferences
From above statements,
Udey has Perk chocolate and its cost is Rs.30 (only possibility)
Quan has Temptation chocolate and he likes Pink color.
Therefore as per table, Saaz has Munch chocolate and he likes Black color.
Saaz like Black and his chocolate cost is Rs.5 & its thrice amount is Rs.15 (3*5 =15)
Then the cost of Temptation chocolate is Rs.15.
Raah doesn’t like white color and then he must like Red color.
Finally, Taju like white color and we get the final completed table as follows,
The following common explanation, we get "Udey-Green-Perk-Rs.30”.
Hence, option A is correct.
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Pink
Temptation
15
Raah
Red
Five Star
10
Saaz
Black
Munch
5
Taju
White
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
Perk
30
Common Explanation
References
Six friends Pant, Quan, Raah, Saaz, Taju and Udey are having different chocolates among Cadbury, Five Star, Kit Kat, Munch, Perk and Temptation but not necessarily in the same order.
All friends like different colors among Black, Blue, Green, Pink, Red and White but not necessarily in the same order. A person can have only one brand of chocolates.
Raah has Five-Star chocolate and its cost is Rs.10 and he doesn’t like White color.
Udey likes Green color.
Quan did not have Cadbury or Munch chocolate. Quan doesn’t have Perk.
Taju has a chocolate which costs Rs.20.
Pant has Kit Kat chocolate which costs Rs.25 and he likes Blue color.
Inferences
From above statements,
All the above information is given directly, so we get the initial table as follows,
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Cadbury/Munch/Perk
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
Taju
20
Udey
Green
References
The cost of each chocolate is multiple of 5 in Rupees and no two chocolates have same price.
The cost of chocolate that Saaz has is less than that of Five-Star chocolate.
The costliest chocolate is Perk and its cost is thrice the cost of Five-Star chocolate
The cost of Cadbury chocolate is 10 Rupees less than the cost of Perk chocolate.
Inferences
From above statements,
The cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10 and Saaz has chocolate which costs less than Rs.10. Then only possible costs is Rs.5 (multiple of 5 <10). Therefore Saaz has 5 rupees chocolate.
Given, Perk chocolate cost = 3 (cost of Five-Star chocolate), & cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10. Then, cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30 [3*10 =30] which is costliest among six.
The cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30, then cost of Cadbury chocolate is Rs.20 (10 less than Perk). Therefore Taju has Cadbury chocolate.
Quan doesn’t have Cadbury/Munch/Perk, then he must have Temptation chocolate (only possibility)
Thus we get the following table, Note: Price can be filled based on other statements
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Temptation
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
5
Taju
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
References
The one who likes Pink color has Temptation chocolate.
The one person who likes Black color has Munch chocolate.
One of the persons has a chocolate which costs thrice the amount of the one who likes Back color.
Inferences
From above statements,
Udey has Perk chocolate and its cost is Rs.30 (only possibility)
Quan has Temptation chocolate and he likes Pink color.
Therefore as per table, Saaz has Munch chocolate and he likes Black color.
Saaz like Black and his chocolate cost is Rs.5 & its thrice amount is Rs.15 (3*5 =15)
Then the cost of Temptation chocolate is Rs.15.
Raah doesn’t like white color and then he must like Red color.
Finally, Taju like white color and we get the final completed table as follows,
The following common explanation, we get "Taju-White-Cadbury-Rs.20”.
Hence, option B is correct.
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Pink
Temptation
15
Raah
Red
Five Star
10
Saaz
Black
Munch
5
Taju
White
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
Perk
30
Common Explanation
References
Six friends Pant, Quan, Raah, Saaz, Taju and Udey are having different chocolates among Cadbury, Five Star, Kit Kat, Munch, Perk and Temptation but not necessarily in the same order.
All friends like different colors among Black, Blue, Green, Pink, Red and White but not necessarily in the same order. A person can have only one brand of chocolates.
Raah has Five-Star chocolate and its cost is Rs.10 and he doesn’t like White color.
Udey likes Green color.
Quan did not have Cadbury or Munch chocolate. Quan doesn’t have Perk.
Taju has a chocolate which costs Rs.20.
Pant has Kit Kat chocolate which costs Rs.25 and he likes Blue color.
Inferences
From above statements,
All the above information is given directly, so we get the initial table as follows,
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Cadbury/Munch/Perk
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
Taju
20
Udey
Green
References
The cost of each chocolate is multiple of 5 in Rupees and no two chocolates have same price.
The cost of chocolate that Saaz has is less than that of Five-Star chocolate.
The costliest chocolate is Perk and its cost is thrice the cost of Five-Star chocolate
The cost of Cadbury chocolate is 10 Rupees less than the cost of Perk chocolate.
Inferences
From above statements,
The cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10 and Saaz has chocolate which costs less than Rs.10. Then only possible costs is Rs.5 (multiple of 5 <10). Therefore Saaz has 5 rupees chocolate.
Given, Perk chocolate cost = 3 (cost of Five-Star chocolate), & cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10. Then, cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30 [3*10 =30] which is costliest among six.
The cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30, then cost of Cadbury chocolate is Rs.20 (10 less than Perk). Therefore Taju has Cadbury chocolate.
Quan doesn’t have Cadbury/Munch/Perk, then he must have Temptation chocolate (only possibility)
Thus we get the following table, Note: Price can be filled based on other statements
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Temptation
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
5
Taju
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
References
The one who likes Pink color has Temptation chocolate.
The one person who likes Black color has Munch chocolate.
One of the persons has a chocolate which costs thrice the amount of the one who likes Back color.
Inferences
From above statements,
Udey has Perk chocolate and its cost is Rs.30 (only possibility)
Quan has Temptation chocolate and he likes Pink color.
Therefore as per table, Saaz has Munch chocolate and he likes Black color.
Saaz like Black and his chocolate cost is Rs.5 & its thrice amount is Rs.15 (3*5 =15)
Then the cost of Temptation chocolate is Rs.15.
Raah doesn’t like white color and then he must like Red color.
Finally, Taju like white color and we get the final completed table as follows,
The following common explanation, we get "Quan-Pink-Temptation-Rs.15”.
Hence, option C is correct.
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Pink
Temptation
15
Raah
Red
Five Star
10
Saaz
Black
Munch
5
Taju
White
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
Perk
30
Common Explanation
References
Six friends Pant, Quan, Raah, Saaz, Taju and Udey are having different chocolates among Cadbury, Five Star, Kit Kat, Munch, Perk and Temptation but not necessarily in the same order.
All friends like different colors among Black, Blue, Green, Pink, Red and White but not necessarily in the same order. A person can have only one brand of chocolates.
Raah has Five-Star chocolate and its cost is Rs.10 and he doesn’t like White color.
Udey likes Green color.
Quan did not have Cadbury or Munch chocolate. Quan doesn’t have Perk.
Taju has a chocolate which costs Rs.20.
Pant has Kit Kat chocolate which costs Rs.25 and he likes Blue color.
Inferences
From above statements,
All the above information is given directly, so we get the initial table as follows,
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Cadbury/Munch/Perk
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
Taju
20
Udey
Green
References
The cost of each chocolate is multiple of 5 in Rupees and no two chocolates have same price.
The cost of chocolate that Saaz has is less than that of Five-Star chocolate.
The costliest chocolate is Perk and its cost is thrice the cost of Five-Star chocolate
The cost of Cadbury chocolate is 10 Rupees less than the cost of Perk chocolate.
Inferences
From above statements,
The cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10 and Saaz has chocolate which costs less than Rs.10. Then only possible costs is Rs.5 (multiple of 5 <10). Therefore Saaz has 5 rupees chocolate.
Given, Perk chocolate cost = 3 (cost of Five-Star chocolate), & cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10. Then, cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30 [3*10 =30] which is costliest among six.
The cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30, then cost of Cadbury chocolate is Rs.20 (10 less than Perk). Therefore Taju has Cadbury chocolate.
Quan doesn’t have Cadbury/Munch/Perk, then he must have Temptation chocolate (only possibility)
Thus we get the following table, Note: Price can be filled based on other statements
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Temptation
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
5
Taju
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
References
The one who likes Pink color has Temptation chocolate.
The one person who likes Black color has Munch chocolate.
One of the persons has a chocolate which costs thrice the amount of the one who likes Back color.
Inferences
From above statements,
Udey has Perk chocolate and its cost is Rs.30 (only possibility)
Quan has Temptation chocolate and he likes Pink color.
Therefore as per table, Saaz has Munch chocolate and he likes Black color.
Saaz like Black and his chocolate cost is Rs.5 & its thrice amount is Rs.15 (3*5 =15)
Then the cost of Temptation chocolate is Rs.15.
Raah doesn’t like white color and then he must like Red color.
Finally, Taju like white color and we get the final completed table as follows,
In the following common explanation, it is clear that Udey has the chocolate which costs 30 rupees.
Hence, option C is correct.
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Pink
Temptation
15
Raah
Red
Five Star
10
Saaz
Black
Munch
5
Taju
White
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
Perk
30
Common Explanation
References
Six friends Pant, Quan, Raah, Saaz, Taju and Udey are having different chocolates among Cadbury, Five Star, Kit Kat, Munch, Perk and Temptation but not necessarily in the same order.
All friends like different colors among Black, Blue, Green, Pink, Red and White but not necessarily in the same order. A person can have only one brand of chocolates.
Raah has Five-Star chocolate and its cost is Rs.10 and he doesn’t like White color.
Udey likes Green color.
Quan did not have Cadbury or Munch chocolate. Quan doesn’t have Perk.
Taju has a chocolate which costs Rs.20.
Pant has Kit Kat chocolate which costs Rs.25 and he likes Blue color.
Inferences
From above statements,
All the above information is given directly, so we get the initial table as follows,
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Cadbury/Munch/Perk
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
Taju
20
Udey
Green
References
The cost of each chocolate is multiple of 5 in Rupees and no two chocolates have same price.
The cost of chocolate that Saaz has is less than that of Five-Star chocolate.
The costliest chocolate is Perk and its cost is thrice the cost of Five-Star chocolate
The cost of Cadbury chocolate is 10 Rupees less than the cost of Perk chocolate.
Inferences
From above statements,
The cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10 and Saaz has chocolate which costs less than Rs.10. Then only possible costs is Rs.5 (multiple of 5 <10). Therefore Saaz has 5 rupees chocolate.
Given, Perk chocolate cost = 3 (cost of Five-Star chocolate), & cost of Five-Star chocolate is Rs.10. Then, cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30 [3*10 =30] which is costliest among six.
The cost of Perk chocolate is Rs.30, then cost of Cadbury chocolate is Rs.20 (10 less than Perk). Therefore Taju has Cadbury chocolate.
Quan doesn’t have Cadbury/Munch/Perk, then he must have Temptation chocolate (only possibility)
Thus we get the following table, Note: Price can be filled based on other statements
Friends
Color
Chocolate
Price (Rs.)
Pant
Blue
Kit Kat
25
Quan
Temptation
Raah
White
Five Star
10
Saaz
5
Taju
Cadbury
20
Udey
Green
References
The one who likes Pink color has Temptation chocolate.
The one person who likes Black color has Munch chocolate.
One of the persons has a chocolate which costs thrice the amount of the one who likes Back color.
Inferences
From above statements,
Udey has Perk chocolate and its cost is Rs.30 (only possibility)
Quan has Temptation chocolate and he likes Pink color.
Therefore as per table, Saaz has Munch chocolate and he likes Black color.
Saaz like Black and his chocolate cost is Rs.5 & its thrice amount is Rs.15 (3*5 =15)
Then the cost of Temptation chocolate is Rs.15.
Raah doesn’t like white color and then he must like Red color.
Finally, Taju like white color and we get the final completed table as follows,
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