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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.

Ring H is heavier than which of the following two rings?

(a)

FG

(b)

GE

(c)

DF

(d)

DE


Question ID - 102862 | Toppr 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.

Ring H is heavier than which of the following two rings?

(a)

FG

(b)

GE

(c)

DF

(d)

DE

1 Answer - 5876 Votes

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Answer Key : (a) -

FG



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