Exactly seven persons, Anant, lmran, Rohit, Sandeep, Vikas, Yuvraj and Uday, were standing in a queue (not necessarily in the same order) at the billing counter in a supermarket for billing the items that they wanted to purchase. The number of items that each person wanted to purchase is a distinct positive integer less than eight. The following information is known about the number of items with each of them and their positions in the queue:
- Rohit, who was standing immediately behind Yuvraj, wanted to purchase three items more than Yuvraj.
- There were at least four persons standing in front of Uday and none of them wanted to purchase a lower number of items than him.
- The person who wanted to purchase the least number of items was standing two places away from Vikas.
- Sandeep, who was not standing at either end, was standing in front of Vikas.
- The person standing immediately in front Anant wanted to purchase two items less than Uday.
Q1. Who had the highest number of items among the seven persons?
Q2. How many persons had a higher number of items than Anant?
Q3. Who was standing immediately in front of the person with the second highest number of items?
- Cannot be determined
Q4. For how many persons can it be said that all the persons standing in front of them have a lower number of items than them?