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Mapping Combination of Names - Part I

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Thanks sir krishma kumari*****
Sir, the first table can be discarded the moment we see Dinesh and Dattaray in same column, violating the very first condition. No need to even consider it further based on options. We can easily narrow down to one table without looking at the questions.
Rishabh Gupta
a month ago
Right!
do we need to make two tables and analyse both of them at the same time during exam also ?
why put marks scored always as header ?...why not name ?
Nilanjan Dutta
a year ago
Because marks can be assigned in ascending or descending order from left to right so
  1. SIMCAT Take Home Set (Mapping Combinations of Names) By Nilanjan Dutta CAT 100%-iler


  2. Brief Introduction About Myself BESU Shibpur, 2012 pass-out (CS) Final Year (2011- 12 season) appeared for CATIXAT/IIFT CAT-99.43, XAT 99.35, IIFT-99.59 Converts - XLRI, IIM-Indore, IFT XLRI 2014 pass-out Working as a Business Consultant with an IT firm in Kolkata QA-DI-LR & GD-PI Mentor 2nd attempt at CAT-100%-ile in CAT 2016 National Level Debater, Lead Actor, Sports Enthusiast CAT 2016 100%-iler


  3. SIMCAT Take Home Set (Mapping Combinations of Names) By Nilanjan Dutta CAT 100%-iler


  4. Caselet DiSscussion IMS SIMCAT (Take-Home Six students, named Ajay, Bharat, Chandan, Dinesh, Gaurav and Hitesh secured 10,20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 marks in an examination (in no particular order). Names of their fathers were Ajit, Bhushan, Chandrakant, Dattaray, Gangadhar and Hari (in no particular order). Their surnames were Aggarwal, Bhatia, Chakraborty, Dey, Ganeriwala and Hirwani (in no particular order) Forthis set, the naming convention to be used is "Name-Father's Name-Surname". For example, if William is the name of the student, Jefferson is the name of his father and Clinton is his surname, the student is referred to as "William-Jefferson-Clinton" Additionally following points were known: Name, father's name and Surname of all the students started with different initials Bharat is not the son of Chandrakant and Bharat's surname is not Dey The student whose surname is Hirwani scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Dattatray, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Ajay The student whose surname is Ganeriwala scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Gangadhar, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Bharat Gaurav scored 40 marks more than the student whose surname is Bhatia Dinesh scored 30 marks more than the student whose surname is Aggarwal Hitesh scored 10 marks more than Chandan while the student whose father is Bhushan scored 10 more than the student whose father is Ajit.


  5. Caselet iSscussion What is Hitesh's surname? Dey Hirwani Chakraborty Cannot Be Determined


  6. Caselet Disscussion How many marks did Bhushan's son score? 20 40 60 10


  7. Caselet iSscussion What is the full name of the student who scored 10 marks? Aiay-Chandrakant-Bhatia Chandan-Gangadhar-Dey Bharat-Hari-Chakraborty Cannot Be Determined


  8. Caselet Disscussion What is the name of Ajit's son? Dinesh Gaurav Bharat Chand


  9. Caselet DiSscussion IMS SIMCAT (Take-Home Six students, named Ajay, Bharat, Chandan, Dinesh, Gaurav and Hitesh secured 10,20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 marks in an examination (in no particular order). Names of their fathers were Ajit, Bhushan, Chandrakant, Dattaray, Gangadhar and Hari (in no particular order). Their surnames were Aggarwal, Bhatia, Chakraborty, Dey, Ganeriwala and Hirwani (in no particular order) Forthis set, the naming convention to be used is "Name-Father's Name-Surname". For example, if William is the name of the student, Jefferson is the name of his father and Clinton is his surname, the student is referred to as "William-Jefferson-Clinton" Additionally following points were known: Name, father's name and Surname of all the students started with different initials Bharat is not the son of Chandrakant and Bharat's surname is not Dey The student whose surname is Hirwani scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Dattatray, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Ajay The student whose surname is Ganeriwala scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Gangadhar, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Bharat Gaurav scored 40 marks more than the student whose surname is Bhatia Dinesh scored 30 marks more than the student whose surname is Aggarwal Hitesh scored 10 marks more than Chandan while the student whose father is Bhushan scored 10 more than the student whose father is Ajit.


  10. Caselet Disscussion Column Header shall always be Marks Marks 10 20 30 40 50 60 First Name Fathers Name Surname


  11. Caselet Disscussion Gaurav scored 40 marks more than the student whose surname is Bhatia. The student whose surname is Hirwani scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Dattatray, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Ajay. The student whose surname is Ganeriwala scored 20 marks more than the student whose father is Gangadhar, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Bharat. Dinesh scored 30 marks more than the student whose surname is Aggarwal. Marks 10 20 30 40 50 60 First Name Fathers Name Surname


  12. Caselet DiSscussion INVALID Marks 20 30 40 50 60 Bharat Ajay First Name Fathers Name Surname Dinesh Gaurav Gangadhar Dattatray Aggarwal Bhatia Ganeriwala Hirwani VALID 30 40 60 Marks First Name FatherS Name Surname 10 20 50 Ajay Chandraka nt Bhatia Bharat Gaurav Dinesh Dattatray Gangadhar Aggarwal HirwaniGaneriwala


  13. Caselet DiSscussion Gaurav scored 40 marks more than the student whose surname is Bhatia whose father is Dattatray, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Ajay. whose father is Gangadhar, who in turn scored 20 marks more than Bharat. The student whose surname is Hirwani scored 20 marks more than the student The student whose surname is Ganeriwala scored 20 marks more than the student Dinesh scored 30 marks more than the student whose surname is Aggarwal. Marks First 10 20 30 40 50 60 Gaurav Dinesh Ajay Bharat Name Chandraka nt Fathers Datta tray Gangadhar Name Bhatia Aggarwal Hirwani Ganeriwala Surname


  14. Caselet Disscussion How many marks did Bhushan's son score? 20 40 >60 10


  15. Caselet DiSscussion Hitesh scored 10 marks more than Chandan while the student whose father is Bhushan scored 10 more than the student whose father is Ajit. 10 20 30 40 50 60 Marks First Name Fathers Name Surname Gaurav Dinesh Ajay Bharat Chandraka nt Bhushan Dattat tray Gangadhar Bhatia Aggarwal Hirwani Ganeriwala


  16. Caselet DiSscussion Hitesh scored 10 marks more than Chandan while the student whose father is Bhushan scored 10 more than the student whose father is Ajit. 10 20 30 40 50 60 Marks First Name Fathers Name Ajay Bharat Chandarn Hitesh Gaurav Dinesh Chandraka nt Hari Dattat tray Gangadhar Ajit Bhushan Chakrabort Aggarwal Dey HirwaniGaneriwala Surname Bhatia


  17. Caselet iSscussion What is the full name of the student who scored 10 marks? Aiay-Chandrakant-Bhatia Chandan-Gangadhar-Dey Bharat-Hari-Chakraborty Cannot Be Determined


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