## Realated Questions

A, B and C have a few chocolates among themselves. A gives to each of the other two half the number chocolates they already have. Similarly B and C (in that order) give each of the other two half the number of chocolates each of them already has. Now, if each of them has the same number of chocolates, what could be the minimum number of chocolates they have among themselves?

A team of 3 boys and 2 girls is to be selected from five boys – A, B, C, D and E and four girls – P, Q, R, and S, as per the following restrictions.

A can be selected only if Q is selected

Exactly one of C and D must be selected.

B and S cannot be selected together.

Exactly one of E and R must be selected.

If E is selected, then who among the following must be selected?

A team of 12 players, numbered 1 to 12, play a game of “Turn Around”. They start by standing in a row, from left to right, in the increasing order of their numbers. They stand such that the first and the second players face each other and so do the third and the fourth, the fifth and the sixth and so on. A “move” consists of several (i.e. more than one) successively numbered players turning around simultaneously. What is the minimum number of moves after which all the players can be facing in the same direction?