If
A is richer than D, and is shorter than C
F is richer than C, and is taller than B
E is richer than A, and is taller than A
B is richer than D, and is taller than E
D is not richer than anyone else and is not shorter than anyone else
Q1) Which of the following is true?

1) F is richer than E, and is taller than C 2) E is richer than A, and is shorter than C 3) B is richer than D, and is taller than C 4) E is richer than both A and D, and is shorter than both F and B Q2) 'C is taller than F' can be concluded by adding which of the following information?

1) The only person known to be poor than A, is taller than F. 2) The only person known to be richer than C, is taller than exactly three of the persons mentioned. 3) B is taller than exactly two of the persons mentioned. 4) The mentioned conclusion is contradicting the given conditions. Q3) Which of the following is true?

1) A is second richest and shortest in height 2) B is second richest and is taller than exactly two 3) F is second richest and is taller than exactly three 4) None of these Q4) By adding which conclusion we can conclude exact sequence of height?

I) D is taller than B II) B is taller than A III) C is taller than F

1) I only 2) III only 3) Both I and II 4) None of these

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Solutions and Explanations

In terms of wealth: E > A > D, B > D and F > C
In terms of height: D > F > B > E > A and C > A 1) Hence, option 4. 2) Hence, option 2. 3) Hence, option 4. 4) Hence, option 2.