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Question 1
Directions: Each of the following problems has a question and two statements which are labeled (1) and (2) in which certain data are given. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question. Using the data given in the problem plus your knowledge of mathematics and every day facts, choose A and B undertake a work of digging a ditch, alternately for a day each. If A can dig a ditch in ‘a’ days and B can dig in ‘b’ days, will the work get done faster if A begins? I) For a positive inter n, n =1 II) b>a
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 2
 Is x + y – z + t even? I) x + y + t is even II) t and z are odd
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 3
 Is (60% of a) + (40% of b) greater than 50% of (a + b)? I) a>b II) b>0
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 4
Find the average score for all the juniors and seniors combined? I) The average (arithmetic mean) of the scores was 85 for juniors and 89 for seniors II) The group are of equal size
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 5
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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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 6
Find the usual speed of the train? I) The speed of the train is increased by 250 km/h to reach the destination 1500 km away in time II) The train is late by 30 minutes
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 7
 Is x+1 > 2x? I) 0<x<1 II) -1<x<0
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 8
 In a certain factory, 64 orders are satisfied. What percent of the total number of orders is satisfied? I) The total number of orders on file is 400 II) The number of orders already satisfied represented 2/5 of the total number of orders
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 9
If the perimeter of the triangle ABC is 3+3 ,√ 3 then what is its area?55I) Side AC ≠ side AB II) Angle ABC = 30 degrees
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 10
What is the value of 20 percent of x? I) ¼ of 20 percent of x is 5 II) 4x=S, 5Y=S, Y=80
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 11
A group of 89 students is divided into 3 classes, each with a different number of students. How many students are there in the largest class? I) One of the classes has 2 fewer students than the largest II) The other class has 21 students
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 12
 Is Amritha’s age now greater than Brindha’s age? I) Amritha’s age is twice as old as she was 10 years ago II) Brinda is half as old as she will be in 10 years
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 13
 Is t an even integer? I) If t is divided by 4, the result is an odd integer II) The value of t is equal to 3 times on 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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 14
Guha has a total of 64 compact discs and cassettes. How many compact discs does he have? I) If he buys 10 more cassettes, he will have 58 cassettes II) He has 3 times as many cassettes as compact discs
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 15
If G and H are points on the line segment XY and G lies between X and H, then how long is XG+HY? I) GH= 1/3 XY II) XY=15cm
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 16
In the figure that follows, is x>y77I) PS>PQ II) PQRS is a parallelogram
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 17
 The lowest grade that Peter could have received on any one test in 65. I) In the first 4 tests, all of the grades were between 39 and 93, both inclusive II) Peter’s average in the 4 tests was 86
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 18
 If n is an integer, is n a two-digit number? I) 100 n is a four-digit number II) n2 is a four-digit number
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 19
 At 10 A.M. on a certain day, a tree 21 feet tall casts a 14-feet shadow. At the same time, Damodar casts a shadow in the same region. How tall is Damodar? I) Damodar is standing 18 feet away from the other tree II) Damodar’s shadow is 4 feet 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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
Question 20
What is the ratio of men to women enrolled in a certain class? I) The number of women enrolled in the class in 3 less than half the number of men enrolled II) The number of women enrolled in the class is 2/5 of the number of men enrolled.
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) TOGETHER, but not from (I) alone or (II) alone
D
If EITHER Statement (I) ALONE or statement (II) ALONE suffices
E
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (I) and (II) TOGETHER, but need even more data
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