# PE 1 - Games & Tournaments | DI - Games & Tournaments

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**Answer the following questions based on the information given below:**

In a cricket tournament, each team plays every other team exactly once and the team that scores more runs wins the match. In any match, if both the teams score the same number of runs, the match is declared to be a tie. So far 5 matches have been played by the 5 participating teams.

The following table provides, for each team, the total number of runs scored by (Runs For) and the total number of runs scored against (Runs Against) that team, in all the matches that the team played:

It is also known that:

- Each team scored a minimum of 100 runs and a maximum of 300 runs in any of these 5 matches.
- Of these 5 teams exactly one team played three matches, while exactly one team played one match.
- One of these 5 teams played exactly two matches and it scored the same number of runs in both the matches.
- One of these 5 teams played exactly two matches and both the teams that played against it scored the same number of runs.
- The team that played highest number of matches had a win rate of more than 50%.

**PE 1 - Games & Tournaments | DI - Games & Tournaments**

Which team played the highest number of matches?

- (a)
A

- (b)
B

- (c)
C

- (d)
A or B

Answer: Option A

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**PE 1 - Games & Tournaments | DI - Games & Tournaments**

Which team had the lowest win percentage?

- (a)
A

- (b)
B

- (c)
C

- (e)
More than one of the above.

Answer: Option B

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**PE 1 - Games & Tournaments | DI - Games & Tournaments**

What is the lowest score made by any of the teams in any of the matches?

Answer: 108

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**Answer the next 4 questions based on the information given below.**

Five friends— Amar (A), Bharat (B), Chetan (C), Dinesh (D) and Eshwar (E) — played a game a total of 4 times. Each time, the person who comes first gets Rs. 2,000, the person who comes 2^{nd} gets Rs. 1500, the person who comes 3^{rd} gets Rs. 1000 while the 4^{th} and 5^{th} persons get Rs. 500 each.

It is also known that

- Each person in the game won a different total amount of money.
- A won Rs. 1000 more than C, but neither of them won the highest total prize money in the game.
- B, who came last in one of the four events, earned a total of Rs. 4500 in the game but did not secure first place in any game.
- One of the five friends came first in more than one game but did not receive the highest total prize money in the games.
- D did not come third in any of the four games; however, he secured first place in one of them.
- C won more prize money in the game than E did.

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What is the difference in total prize money (in Rs.) won by E and D?

Answer: 2500

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What is the second highest total prize money (in Rs.) won by any of the five persons in the game?

Answer: 5000

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**PE 1 - Games & Tournaments | DI - Games & Tournaments**

How many of the following definitely won higher prize money than E in at least three Of the four events?

I. A

II. B

III. C

IV. D

- (a)
3

- (b)
2

- (c)
1

- (d)
0

Answer: Option B

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**PE 1 - Games & Tournaments | DI - Games & Tournaments**

Which of the following statements is definitely true?

- (a)
Bharat was second in the event that Dinesh was first,

- (b)
Chetan was first in the event that Eshwar was third.

- (c)
Bharat second in the event that Amar was fifth.

- (d)
Eshwar was first in the event that Amar was third.

Answer: Option A

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