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P, Q, R and T appeared in an examination. Marks obtained by P were less than the marks obtained by Q...

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P, Q, R and T appeared in an examination. Marks obtained by P were less than the marks obtained by Q. R's marks were more than those of Q but not more than the marks obtained by T. Who got the second highest marks?

posted Feb 11 by anonymous

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PQ
T>=R
These put P and Q to bottom.
If T=R, then they both have the highest mark, the second highest mark goes to Q
If T>R, then R has the second highest mark

answer Feb 12 by Hanifa Mammadov



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