# Data Sufficiency Question Answers Test

## Data Sufficiency Online Mock Test

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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 questions. Use the data given, plus your knowledge of Mathematics and every day facts, to choose amongst possible answer from (A) to (E), Is the number 15 an odd integer? (You may assume that 15 is an integer) (I) N = 3K, where K is an integer (II) N = 6J + 3, where J is an integer
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 2
What was the value of sales of ABC Company in 1980? (I) The sales of ABC Company increased by Rs. 1, 00, 000 each year from 1970 to 1980. (II) The value of the sales of ABC Company doubled between 1970 and 1980.
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 3
If x6 – y6 = 0, what is the value of x3 – y3? (I) x is positive (II) y is greater than 1
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 4
If a and b are the both positive numbers, then which is larger, 2a or 3b? (I) a is greater than 2b (II) a is greater than or equal to b + 3
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 5
How far is it from town A to town B? Town C is 12 km east of town A (I) Town C is South of town B (II) It is 9 km from town B to town C
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 6
Is x greater than y? (I) x’ y = - 15 (II) x + y = 2
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 7
Which of the four numbers w, x, y and z is the largest? (I) The average of w, x, y and z is 25 (II) The numbers w, x and y are each less than 24
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 8
How much does Susan weigh? (I) Susan and John together weight 100 kg. (II) John weighs twice as much as Susan
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 9
Find x + y (I) x – y = 6 (II) – 2x + 2y = - 12
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 10
What percentage of families in a state have annual income over Rs. 2, 25, 000 and own a car? (I) 28% of the families in the state have an annual income over Rs. 2, 25, 000 (II) 40% of the families in the state with an annual income over Rs. 2, 25, 000 own a car
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 11
Does every bird fly? (I) Tigers do not fly (II) Ostriches do not fly
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 12
A piece of wood 5 feet long is cut into three smaller pieces. How long is the longest of the three pieces? (I) One piece is 2 feet 7 inches long (II) One piece is 7 inches longer than another piece and the remaining piece is 5 inches long
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 13
How much is John’s weekly salary? (I) John’s weekly salary is twice as much as Fred’s weekly salary. (II) Fred’s weekly salary is 40% of the total of Chuck’s weekly salary and John’s weekly salary
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 14
On a certain race track, motorbikes average speed in 260 kmph. What is the length of the track? (I) On straight sectons, motorbikes can go at 200 kmph (II) Average lap time (once round the track) is 2 minutes 8 seconds
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
 Question 15
A sequence of numbers a1, a2, a3 ……. is given by the rule 12 = an + 1. Does 3 appear in the sequence? (I) a1 = 2 (II) a3 = 16
 A If you can get the answer from (I) alone but not from (II)alone. B If you can get the answer from (II) alone but not from (I) alone. C If you can get the answer from both (I) and (II) but not from (I) alone or (II) alone. D If either statement (I) or (II) is sufficient to answer the question asked. E If you cannot get the answer from statement (I) and (II) together, but need even more data.
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