A fortune teller has a unique way of predicting his customers fate. He has kept three parrots in three different cages. Each cage also has three cards with a single digit non-zero number inscribed on every card. No two cards have the same number and no cages contain two cards with digits summing to ten. Further the total of the numbers on the three cards in the first cage is greater than the second by two and the third cage by four. When a customer asks for his prognosis, the fortune teller lets out the three parrots which randomly pick one card out of their respective cages. Before the prognosis is made, the fortune teller totals the digits on the three cards picked out and charges the customer the same number of rupees as the total of the cards. One day a customer paid seven rupees for his prognosis.

[1] Rs 5

[2] Rs 7

[3] Rs 6

[4] Rs 8

[1] 22

[2] 23

[3] 24

[4] 21

[1] 1,2,3

[2] 5,8,9

[3] 7,2,3

[4] 5,7,6

[1] 1

[2] 2

[3] 3

[4] Either 1 or 2

**Question:**What is the lowest payment possible[1] Rs 5

[2] Rs 7

[3] Rs 6

[4] Rs 8

Option: 3

**Question:**What is the maximum sum of money that someone may pay[1] 22

[2] 23

[3] 24

[4] 21

Option: 3

**Question:**Which of the following combinations of three cards chosen for prognosis is impossible[1] 1,2,3

[2] 5,8,9

[3] 7,2,3

[4] 5,7,6

Option: 4

**Question:**Card on which digit 3 is written is in which cage[1] 1

[2] 2

[3] 3

[4] Either 1 or 2

Option: 2