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Question of the Day (20-May-17)

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Mr. Sharma goes to the market with Rs. 252 in his pocket. Each mango and watermelon costs Rs. 4 and Rs. 3, respectively. He cannot exactly remember the number of mangoes and water melons that his wife had told him to get. He remembers that
• The number of watermelons and mangoes were not co prime to each other.
• The number of mangoes he has to buy has to be a multiple of 4.
• The difference between the number of watermelons and mangoes bought has to be minimum but it cannot be zero.
• He has to buy at least one watermelon and mango, respectively.
The amount spent to buy mangoes is?
 OPTIONS 1) Rs. 98 2) Rs. 96 3) Rs. 192 4) Rs. 188 5) Cannot be determined