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Question 1 |
Directions (Qns. 1 to 15): Each question below is followed by two labelled facts (labelled as (I) and (II)). You are to determine whether the data given in the statement are sufficient for answering the question. Use the data given, plus your knowledge on mathematics and every day facts, to choose amongst possible answer (A) to (E). What is the first term in the series?(I) The 2nd term in the series is twice the first, and the 3rd term is four times the 2nd (II) The 3rd term in the series is 24
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 2 |
Is y<x^{2}?(I) x^{3} – 6x – 25 <y(II) y < 0
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 3 |
How many books can ABC Publishing Co. print in a day?(I) ABC Publishing Company has 10 presses (II) Each press can print 967 pages in a day
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 4 |
What is the perimeter of the rectangle with an area of 60sq.m?(I) The ratio of the length to the breadth of the rectangle is 2:4 (II) The length of the diagonal is 13m
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 5 |
How many runs did Tendulkar score in a five match cricket series?(I) If he has scored 1 run more, his average would he increased by 0.035(II) If he had scored 1 run less, his average would he dropped by 0.10
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 6 |
What is the speed of the river?(I) A boatman can row at a rate of 5 kmph with the river and at a rate of 4 kmph against it (II) A boatman can row a distance of 28 kms from the starting point and come back in 8 hours
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 7 |
What are the values of a and b?(I) 1+b= 20 (II) (a – b)^{2}= 16
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 8 |
The average temperature of a certain week was 36^{0}C. What was the temperature on the fourth day?(I) The average temperature on the last four days was 37.5^{0}C(II) The average temperature on the first four days was 35.5^{0}C
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 9 |
Is x+ > 2?(I) x >1(II) x = 2
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 10 |
What is the length of the train?(I) The train takes 9 seconds to cross a bullock cart moving in the same direction. (II) Moving at 50 kmph the train crosses a platform of 35m length in 15 seconds
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 11 |
There are 360 boxes to be loaded on a truck. Ramu and Raju working independently but at the same time take 30minutes to load the truck. How long would it take Raju working alone to load the truck?(I) Ramu loads twice as many boxes as Raju (II) Ramu would take 45 minutes by himself
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 12 |
A transistor originally costs Rs. 180. After a discount of x% the transistor was discounted y%. Does the transistor cost less than Rs. 140 after the discounts?(I) x = 25(II) y = 20
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 13 |
A group of 68 consumers were offered a chance to subscribe to three magazines X, Y and Z. 54 of the consumers subscribed to atleast one of the magazines. How many of the 68 consumers subscribed to exactly two of the magazines?(I) Sixteen of the sixty eight consumers subscribed to all three of the magazines (II) Twenty eight of the sixty eight consumers subscribed to magazine X
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 14 |
What was the percentage of defective items produced at a factory?(I) The total number of defective parts produced was 5,362 (II) The ratio of defective items to defective items was 38 to 8654
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
Question 15 |
Is 2n divisible by 8?(I) n is an integer greater than 5 (II) n is an odd integer
If you can get answer from (I) alone but not from (II) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone | |
If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) together, but not from (II) alone or (I) alone | |
If either statement (I) or (II) itself is sufficient to answer the question asked | |
If you cannot get the answer from statements (I) and (II) together, but need even more data |
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