Ten students Alex, Bryan, Charlie, Deepak, Elwin, Frank, George, Harish, Ian and Joseph are the only participants in an inter-college competition. They are all from three different colleges viz. Harvard, Stanford and Oxford. The number of participants from no two colleges is the same.
The following additional information is known:
- Exactly two of Bryan, Elwin and George are from Harvard.
- Frank and Alex are from different colleges and neither of them is from a college from where the maximum participants are.
- Charlie and Ian are from the same college.
- Derek, Harish and Joseph are from three different colleges.
- Harish is from Stanford and Derek is from the same college as Alex.
Q1. Which two of these are definitely from two different colleges?
- Elwin and Frank
- Bryan and Alex
- Ian and Derek
- George and Harish
Q2. Which of these students cannot be from the college from where the least number of participants are?
Q3. If Joseph and Bryan are from different colleges, which of the below statements is definitely true?
- Bryan and Alex are from Oxford.
- Bryan is from the same college as Harish.
- Elwin and Ian are from the same college.
- None of the above
Q4. The colleges of how many of the 10 students can be definitely determined?