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Directions [66-68] : Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions. Each of the six persons P; Q, R, S, T and U has lived in India for a different number of days. S has stayed for more number of days than R but less than T. P has stayed for more number of days than only U. T has not stayed for the most number of days. The one stayed for the second least number of days stayed for 14 days in India. The one who stayed for second highest number of days stayed for 47 days. S stayed for 15 days less than T.

# If the number of days for which Q stayed in India is less than 60 and is an even number which is divisible by 3 but not by 4, for how many days did Q stay in India?

 A) 54 B) 42 C) 56 D) 48 E) 30

 A) 54 Q stayed in India less than 60 days and more than 47 days. So only 54 is an even number Which is divisible by 3 but not by 4.

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