Answer the questions on the basis of the inf...
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below:
A, B, C. D and E are five brothers. They have assets in the form of flats and cash only. Together they have 9 flats and each brother has at least 1 flat. Value (in terms of rupees) of all flats is equal and constant. Cash with each brother is an integral multiple of Rs. 10 lakhs. The amount of cash with B is just enough to buy one more flat, all the other brothers have cashless than that of B. E has got the maximum number of flats. A number of flats with A is equal to the sum of the number of flats with B and C. Amount of cash with B is double of that with D, but D has got assets worth Rs. 20 lakhs more than that of B.
For how many brothers is it possible to find out the exact value of their total assets?
• a)
1
• b)
2
• c)
3
• d)
4
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E has got the maximum number of flats and number of flats with A is equal to the sum of a number of flats with B and C. As there are 9 flats, so possible solutions are when E, A, B, C and D have 3, 2, 1, 1 and 2 or 4, 2, 1. 1 and 1 flats respectively.
Case I:B and D have one flat and two flats respectively.
Let the value of a flat be Rs. x. So, the amount of cash with B = x.
So total assets of B = 2x
Total assets of As D has got assets worth 20 lakhs more than that of B
Case II:
B and D have one flat each.
Let value of a flat be Rs. x. So, amount of cash with B = x
⇒ Total assets of B = 2x
Total assets of
As D has got assets worth 20 lakhs more than B
Here the value of x is coming as negative. So this case is not possible.
We can collate the final distribution of assets in the following table:
According to the table B and D buy 1 and 2 flat respectively.
So, Only for B and D, it is possible to find the exact value of their total assets.​
Only 2 brothers find out the exact value of their total assets.
Hence the correct option is B.
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B) 2

Explanation:
Let's analyze the given information step by step to determine the exact value of the assets for each brother.

1. Total Number of Flats: We are given that there are a total of 9 flats owned by the brothers. Since each brother has at least 1 flat, it means that the distribution of flats among the brothers can be as follows:

E > 1 (since E has the maximum number of flats)
A = B + C (as the number of flats with A is equal to the sum of the number of flats with B and C)

2. Value of Flats: The value of all the flats is equal and constant. However, the exact value is not mentioned in the given information. Therefore, we cannot determine the exact value of their total assets based on this information alone.

3. Cash with Brothers: We are given that the cash with each brother is an integral multiple of Rs. 10 lakhs. Let's denote the cash with each brother as follows:

Cash with A = x
Cash with B = 2x (as B has double the cash of D)
Cash with C = y (less than that of B)
Cash with D = 2x - 20 (as D has assets worth Rs. 20 lakhs more than B)
Cash with E = z (not mentioned in relation to other brothers)

4. Cash for Buying Flats: We are told that the amount of cash with B is just enough to buy one more flat. This implies that B has the minimum amount of cash among the brothers.

From the above information, we can deduce the following:

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However, we cannot determine the exact value of the cash with each brother since the values of x, y, and z are not given in the information.

Therefore, based on the given information, we can only determine the exact value of the assets for two brothers - B and D. Hence, the correct answer is option (b) 2.
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Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below:A, B, C. D and E are five brothers. They have assets in the form of flats and cash only. Together they have 9 flats and each brother has at least 1 flat. Value (in terms of rupees) of all flats is equal and constant. Cash with each brother is an integral multiple of Rs. 10 lakhs. The amount of cash with B is just enough to buy one more flat, all the other brothers have cashless than that of B. E has got the maximum number of flats. A number of flats with A is equal to the sum of the number of flats with B and C. Amount of cash with B is double of that with D, but D has got assets worth Rs. 20 lakhs more than that of B.For how many brothers is it possible to find out the exact value of their total assets?a)1b)2c)3d)4Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?
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