A Managers paid a different amount to six Employees – A, B, C, D, P and R, not necessarily in the same order. The amount paid by him to each person is not necessarily a whole number. He paid them one after the other and paid no two persons at the same time.
Further, it is known that
1. P received 1200 which was the least amount paid by the Managers.
2. Except the first and second payments, the amount paid by the Managers was the arithmetic mean of the previous two amounts paid by him.
3. He paid at least two of the Employees an amount more than 2200.
4. R received his payment before B and D. Also, D received 150 more than R.
5. P and C, who did not receive the highest payment, received their payments consecutively.
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