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Seven students-F, G, H, I, J, K, and L-are being considered for a scholarship. All of them had to take an examination, which was based on their technical knowledge. The scores obtained in the examination were used for evaluating these students. In analyzing this information regarding the scores, the Principal made the following observations: None of the students has exactly the same score, as any other student. K's score is higher than L's, but lower than H's. I has a higher score than J. both F and G have higher scores than H. If J has a higher score than, how many different rankings, by score, of the students are possible?

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J.KAVITHA

Answered On : Jul 17th, 2006

I > J > F>= G > H > K > L

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

I J  F G H K L

meenakshi vishnoi

Answered On : Jul 30th, 2006

I>J>F>=H>K>L

MAXIMUM 7 RANKINGS

MINIMUM 6 rankings

saket

Answered On : Oct 2nd, 2007

None of student is having same score, so total 7 ranking.

ram2011

Answered On : Jun 4th, 2008

I>J>F>=H>K>L

MAXIMUM 7 RANKINGS

MINIMUM 6 rankings

pallavinaren

Answered On : Feb 14th, 2009

I>J>f>=h>k>l

Max rankings 7 becoz none of the students have the same rankings
even though the positions of F and G are not known...

gibibabu

Answered On : Nov 22nd, 2011

None of the students has exactly the same score. Hence,
I > J > F > G > H > K > L or I > J > G > F > H > K > L

Gopal27

Answered On : Jan 28th, 2012

Ans is 7..