Directions (set of 5 questions): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
There are 250 balls of six different colors, Blue, Orange, Green, Red, Pink and Brown. Balls of different colors are separated and kept in six different boxes A, B, C, D, E and F. Each box has different number of balls and different color balls.
Difference between number of Brown balls and Red balls is four. Number of Pink balls is 19 more than Brown balls and 27 more than the number of balls in box C, which has least number of balls. Box E has eight less balls then the total number Orange balls. Difference between number of balls in box C and box E is four. Neither the number of Green balls nor the number of Red balls are highest in number. Box E has 11/18 the number of Green balls and the difference between the number of both color balls is 21. Number of balls in box A is less than box D. Number of balls in box B is fifteen less than box F.
If a new box, G, is added which contains 50% more balls than box D. How many balls are there in box G?