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Six Rows of 4 Students Each

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  • Shah N. Khan <cyberian98@yahoo.com>
    1 to 24. Half of them are girls wearing odd numbered shirts whereas boys have even numbers. Their drill master instructs them that: 1. Boys and girls should
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      1 to 24. Half of them are girls wearing odd numbered
      shirts whereas boys have even numbers. Their drill master
      instructs them that:

      1. Boys and girls should line up in two separate groups.
      In each group there should be at least 6 such rows that 'd
      be having 4 students in each of them. Further the shirt
      numbers in each row of 4 students- boys or girls - should add
      to the same number but that total may be different for boys.

      2. The teacher also asks them to form two mixed groups
      having at least six rows of 4 students each and the total
      in each such row must add to one and the same number
      in all the rows of 4 students.

      Can you figure out how these formations can be made?


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