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A boy is supposed to put a mango into a basket if ordered $1,$ an orange if ordered $2$ and an apple if ordered $3.$ He took out $1$ mango and $1$ orange if ordered $4.$ he was given the following sequence of orders

$12332142314223314113234$

At the end of the sequence, what will be the number of fruits in the basket?

  1. $10$
  2. $11$
  3. $13$
  4. $17$
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 Mango

Orange

Apple

Sequence

1 1 1 123
2 2 2 321
1 1 2 4
2 2 3 231
1 1 3 4
2 3 5 22331
1 2 5 4
3 3 7 11323
2 2 7 4

At the end of the sequence, what will be the number of fruits in the basket =2+2+7=11

Hence, (B) 11 is the Answer.

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