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Question 1 |
Directions (Qns. 1 – 5 ): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give your answer. What will be the area of a plot in sq. metres? I) The length of that plot is 1 2/3 times the breadth of that plot. II) The diagonal of that plot is 30 metres.
If the data EITHER in STATEMENT (I) ALONE or in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data even in both STATEMENTS (I) AND (II) together are not sufficient. | |
None of these |
Question 2 |
What will be the cost of the second necklace? I) The cost of the first necklace is 1/5 more than the second and the cost of the third necklace is 2/5 more than the second. The total cost of all the three necklaces is Rs. 1, 20, 000. II) The cost of the first necklace 2/5 more than the second. The cost of the third necklace is the least and total cost of all the three necklaces is Rs. 1, 20, 000.
If the data EITHER in STATEMENT (I) ALONE or in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data even in both STATEMENTS (I) AND (II) together are not sufficient. | |
None of these |
Question 3 |
What was the ratio between the ages of P and Q four years ago? I) The ratio between the present ages of P and Q is 3:4. II) The ratio between the present ages of Q and R is 4:5.
If the data EITHER in STATEMENT (I) ALONE or in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data even in both STATEMENTS (I) AND (II) together are not sufficient. | |
None of these |
Question 4 |
Which is the two – digit numbers? I) The number obtained by interchanging the digits is smaller than the original number by 63. II) Sum of the digits is 11.
If the data EITHER in STATEMENT (I) ALONE or in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data even in both STATEMENTS (I) AND (II) together are not sufficient. | |
None of these |
Question 5 |
What will be the average weight of the remaining class? I) Average weight of 30 children out of total 46 in the class is 22.5 kg and that of the remaining children is 29.125kg. A child having weight more than 40 kg is excluded. II) Average weight of a class of 46 children is 23.5 kg. A child weighing 46 kg is dropped out.
If the data EITHER in STATEMENT (I) ALONE or in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data in STATEMENT (I) ALONE are sufficient; while the data in STATEMENT (II) ALONE are not sufficient. | |
If the data even in both STATEMENTS (I) AND (II) together are not sufficient. | |
None of these |
Question 6 |
Directions (Qns. 6 – 8 ): Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to study the questions and decide that the data in which of the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. Who earns most among M, N, P, Q and R? I) M earns less than P but not less than R. II) Q earns more than M but not equal to N. III) N earns more than M and R. Of these statements;
Only I and II or only I and III | |
I and II only | |
Question cannot be answered even with information in all three statements. | |
Only I and III | |
None of these |
Question 7 |
In how many days can 10 women finish a work? I) 10 men can complete the work in 6 days. II) 10 men and 10 women together can complete the work in 3 3/7 III) If 10 men work for 3 days and thereafter 10 women replace them, the remaining work is completed in 4 days. Of these statements;
Only I and III | |
Any two of the three | |
Only I and II | |
Only II and III | |
None of these |
Question 8 |
What is the per cent profit earned by a shopkeeper on ‘selling’ the articles in his shop? I) Labelled price of the articles sold was 130% of the cost price II) Cost price of each article as Rs. 550. III) A discount of 10% on labeled price was offered. Of these statement;
Only III | |
Only II | |
Only I | |
All the three are required | |
None of these |
Question 9 |
Directions (Qns. 9 – 10): In each of the following questions a question is asked followed by three statements. You have to study the questions and all the three statements given and decide whether any information provided in the statement (s) is /are redundant and not required while answering the questions. P, Q and R together invested an amount of Rs. 20, 000 in the ratio of 5:3:2. What was the per cent profit earned by them at the end of one year? I) Q’s share in the profit is Rs. 2,400. II) The amount of profit received by p is equal to the amount of profit received by Q and R together. III) The amount of profit received by Q and R together is Rs. 4,000. Of these statements;
I and II both | |
I or III only | |
II and I or III only | |
II and III both | |
None of these |
Question 10 |
What will be the cost of fencing a circular plot? (p = 22/7) I) Area of the plot is 616 sq. m. II) Cost of fencing a rectangular plot whose perimeter is 120 m is Rs. 780. III) Area of a square plot with side equal to the radius of the circular plot is 196 sq. m. Of these statements;
I or III only | |
III only | |
I only | |
II only | |
None of these |
Question 11 |
Directions (Qns. 11 – 15): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it. Fare in Rupees for Three Different Types of Note: Fare per km for intervening distance is the same. Shiva Kumar has to travel a distance of 15 km in all. He decides to travel equal distance by each of the three types of vehicles. How much money is to be spent as fare?
Rs. 47.25 | |
Rs. 47.50 | |
Rs. 51.75 | |
Rs. 51.25 | |
None of these |
Question 12 |
Ajit Singh wants to travel a distance of 15 km. He starts his journey by Type A vehicle. After travelling 6 km, he changes the vehicle to Type B for the remaining distance. How much money will he be spending in all?
Rs. 40.25 | |
Rs. 36.75 | |
Rs. 42.25 | |
Rs. 42.75 | |
None of these |
Question 13 |
Mr. X wants to travel a distance of 8 km by Type A vehicle. How much more money will be required to be spent if he decides to travel by Type B vehicle instead of Type A?
Rs. 14 | |
Rs. 12.50 | |
Rs. 16 | |
Rs. 13.50 | |
None of these |
Question 14 |
Rita hired a Type B vehicle for travelling a distance of 18 km. After travelling 5 km, she changed the vehicle to Type A. Again, after travelling 9 km by Type A vehicle, she changed the vehicle to Type C and completed her journey. How much money did she spend in all?
Rs. 55 | |
Rs. 45.50 | |
Rs. 50 | |
Rs. 40 | |
None of these |
Question 15 |
Fare for 14^{th} km by Type C vehicle is equal to the fare for which of the following?
Type A – 4th km | |
Type B – 9th km | |
Type B – 11th km | |
Type C – 8th km | |
None of these |
Question 16 |
Directions (Qns. 16 – 19): Study the following graph carefully and then answer the questions based on it. The percentage of five different types of cars produced by a company during two years is given below. What was the difference in the production of C type cars between 2006 and 2007?
31000 | |
7500 | |
5000 | |
2500 | |
None of these |
Question 17 |
If 85% of E type cars produced during 2006 and 2007 are being sold by the company, then how many E type cars are left unsold by the company?
29100 | |
21825 | |
142800 | |
24380 | |
None of these |
Question 18 |
If the number of A type cars manufactured in 2007 was the same as that of 2006, what would have been its approximate percentage share in the total production of 2007?
15 | |
13 | |
11 | |
9 | |
None of these |
Question 19 |
In the case of which of the following types of cars was the percentage increase from 2006 to 2007 the maximum?
D | |
E | |
A | |
C | |
None of these |
Question 20 |
Directions (Qn. 20): The following table gives the percentage distribution of population of five states P, Q, R, S and T on the basis of poverty line and also on the basis of sex. Study the table and answer the question based on it. What will be the number of females above poverty line in the State S if it is known that the population of State S is 7 million?
1.33 million | |
2.43 million | |
3 million | |
5.7 million | |
None of these |
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