# A gold smith has five gold rings each having a different weight. Statement (1): Ring D weight twice as much as ring E. Statement (2): Ring E weight four and one half times as much as ring F. Statement (3): Ring F weight half as much as ring G. Statement (4): Ring G weight half as much as ring H. Statement (5): Ring H weight less than ring D but more than ring F. Based on the above statements answer the following question. If the rings are sold according to their weights, which ring will fetch highest value in rupees? (a) G (b) F (c) H (d) D

## Question ID - 102860 | SaraNextGen Top Answer A gold smith has five gold rings each having a different weight. Statement (1): Ring D weight twice as much as ring E. Statement (2): Ring E weight four and one half times as much as ring F. Statement (3): Ring F weight half as much as ring G. Statement (4): Ring G weight half as much as ring H. Statement (5): Ring H weight less than ring D but more than ring F. Based on the above statements answer the following question. If the rings are sold according to their weights, which ring will fetch highest value in rupees? (a) G (b) F (c) H (d) D

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