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#LRDIoftheDay #39 Complex tables

With almost all the tests looking copies of each other, one of the top institutes in the country decided to conduct an Unconventional Aptitude Test consisting of five sections: Mathematical Ability (MA), Verbal Ability (VA), Logical Ability (LA), Decision Making Ability (DA) and General Ability (GA)

Mr. Nemo Nobody underwent the test as a test candidate and got the following result.

i) It is known that there marking scheme is such that there is one mark for each right answer and one-third of a mark is deducted for each wrong answer. Also, to penalize conservative candidates, there is a negative marking of one-sixth of a mark per un-attempted question

ii) A total of 67 marks were scored by Mr. Nobody and there were a total of 125 attempts

iii) The number of wrong answers in DA is 1/6^{th} of the total number of wrong answers and is double of that in VA

iv) The score in VA is double that in LA

If for any question, you cannot determine the answer uniquely, put a 0 in the text box

1. In which section does Mr. Nobody has the most number of wrong answers? (Mention the code for the particular section)

2. How many marks did Mr. Nobody lose because of incorrect answers?

3. How many questions were attempted by Mr. Nobody in the VA section?

4. What was Mr. Nobody’s score in GA?

The solution:

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