(Set – 24)
7 Friends— A to G, possess a certain number of stocks from 10 to 40, of XYZ, in their portfolio.
None of them has the same number of
stocks. The following information is also given about number of stacks:
• The difference between the number of stocks of A and D is more than the difference between the
number of stocks with E and G.
• The number of stocks with only one of them, is a prime number and that prime number is greater
than 30. Also, the number of persons with more stocks than this person is same as the number of
persons with lesser stock than this person.
• There is exactly one pair of persons, whose number of stocks are consecutive to each other.
• The number of stocks with exactly two of them, who is not A or G, are multiples of 9.
• E has the highest number of stocks, which is a multiple of a prime number and that prime number
is less than 20 but more than 10
• A, who has less than 20 stocks, has the least number of stocks, which is 20 less than that of G.
• The number of stocks with none of them was multiples of 10.
• D has 8 more stocks than B.
• The difference in the number or stocks of A and B is less than difference in number of stocks with C and F.