Five friends A, B, C, D and E played a game of dice. Each of them rolled 3 fair dice (bearing

numbers from 1 to 6), and added the three numbers to calculate their scores. The person

with the highest total won the game. It was additionally observed that:

• Each person had three different numbers on his three dice.

• No two people achieved the same total score.

• D, the person who achieved the lowest score rolled a 6.

. The total score of all the five friends was 55.

How much is the score of A. if A won the game?

1) 12

2) 13

3) 14

4) 15

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Step-by-step explanation:4) 15 is the correct answer.

This question can be easily solved using logic or hit and trial

Here is an example of outcomes:

A: 15

B: 14

C: 13

D: 6

E: 7

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