CSAT 2019 | DDSQ Dec 14 | Civil Services | IAS | UPSC | State PSC | SSC | IBPS | NDA| CDS | Railways

There are four persons A, B, C, D; A has some coins. A gave half of the coins to B and 4 more besides. B gave half of the coins to C and 4 more besides. C gave half of the coins to D and 4 more besides. Both B and D end up with same number of coins. How many coins did A originally have?

(a) 96
(b) 84
(c) 72
(d) 64