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# DILR SET

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Re: DILR SET [#permalink]
Shibnarayan wrote:
=11ptDirections: Baker, Bracy, Fall, Hughes, Jacobs and Young are six runners and they had participated in four different races. Everyone finished at a different number from 1 to 6. The number at which a runner has finished a race is different in each race for each runner.
=11pt Every runner gets some points as shown in the table given below. Also, one additional point is awarded to the runner with the fastest lap of the race. Rank 1 = 25 points 2 =18 points 3 = 15 points 4 =12 points 5 =10 points 6 =8 points
=11pt - The point difference between Jacobs who did not win the race in which Hughes finished last and Hughes is more than seventeen and Hughes got two more points than the one who got the lowest points.
=11pt - The point difference between Baker and Hughes in Baker's best race is more than ten and the fourth-place runners set the fastest laps in every race.
=11pt - Jacobs best performance came immediately before the race in which Jacobs set the fastest lap and Bracy's performance in the third race was better than Young's (who could not get more than fifty-two points) performance in the first race.
=11pt - Young's performance was better than Hughes' performance in the last race and Fall set the fastest lap in one of the races and did not finish third in any of the races.
=11pt- The best performances of Bracy and Hughes were in the same race and Young finished at even numbered positions in the first three races and Hughes did not win any of the races.
=11pt- More than two runners finished between Bracy and Young in the third race and Baker in the first race performed better than Hughes in the third race.
=11pt - Bracy's performance was not better than Baker in only one of the races and Young's best performance was in the first race.
=11ptQuestions
=11ptWhat was the sequence of Bracy's rank from first to fourth respectively?
=11ptWho among the following could not set the fastest lap in any of the races?
=11ptWhat is the total point scored by the person who came third in third race?
=11ptWho among the following got the least 10 points in each race?
=11ptWhat is the correct sequence of points by Fall, Hughes and Bracy in the fourth race?

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