Six Boxes – P, Q, R, S, T and U are placed in different shelves. The bottommost shelf is numbered as 1 and topmost shelf is numbered as 6. Two boxes have 200 chocolates, two boxes have 400 chocolates and remaining boxes have 160 numbers of chocolates. The boxes are in three different colors – Yellow, Orange, and Black but not more than two boxes are in same color.
Not more than two boxes are placed above S. Box U is yellow in color and having highest number of chocolates and placed second position from the top. Box Q is Black in color and three boxes are placed between Q and the box which have 400 chocolates which is placed in even numbered shelf. Both the Orange color boxes are placed above the Black color box which is not Box Q. The number of chocolates in box R is equal to 2/5th times of number of chocolates in box T. Box P doesn’t have second highest number of chocolates and never placed below box T. The boxes which are in same color are not placed adjacent to each other.
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