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# Data Sufficiency Questions for RBI Grade B PDF

Download Very important RBI Grade-B Data Sufficiency Questions with solutions PDF. This PDF covers Top-15 Data Sufficiency Questions and answers for RBI Grade-B exam based on previous year asked questions from RBI and other Banking exams.

Question 11: How is D related to M ?
I. M’s father has two daughters
II. K is married to D’s father

a) if the data in ‘’statement I alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement II alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

b) if the data in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement I alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

c) if the data either in ‘’statement I alone’’ or in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question.

d) if the data given in ‘’both the statements I and II together’’ are ‘’not sufficient’’ to answer the question, and

e) if the data in ‘’both the statements I and II together are necessary’’ to answer the question.

Question 12: On which day of the week did Arun visit Delhi ?
I. Arun met his friend at Agra on Wednesday.
II. Arun reached Patna on Friday, the next day he met Vilas at Delhi.

a) if the data in ‘’statement I alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement II alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

b) if the data in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement I alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

c) if the data either in ‘’statement I alone’’ or in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question.

d) if the data given in ‘’both the statements I and II together’’ are ‘’not sufficient’’ to answer the question, and

e) if the data in ‘’both the statements I and II together are necessary’’ to answer the question.

Question 13: How many students are there in a row ?
I. Manoj is the third from the right end.
II. Ashok is the fifth from the left end and thirteenth to the left of Manoj.

a) if the data in ‘’statement I alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement II alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

b) if the data in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement I alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

c) if the data either in ‘’statement I alone’’ or in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question.

d) if the data given in ‘’both the statements I and II together’’ are ‘’not sufficient’’ to answer the question, and

e) if the data in ‘’both the statements I and II together are necessary’’ to answer the question.

Question 14: Towards which direction is B from F ?
I. S is to the south of B.
II. F is to the west of S.

a) if the data in ‘’statement I alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement II alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

b) if the data in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement I alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

c) if the data either in ‘’statement I alone’’ or in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question.

d) if the data given in ‘’both the statements I and II together’’ are ‘’not sufficient’’ to answer the question, and

e) if the data in ‘’both the statements I and II together are necessary’’ to answer the question.

Question 15: Who among M, N, D and P is the youngest ?
I. D is older than N and younger than M and P.
II. N is younger than D and M.

a) if the data in ‘’statement I alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement II alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

b) if the data in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question, while the data in ‘’statement I alone are not sufficient’’ to answer the question.

c) if the data either in ‘’statement I alone’’ or in ‘’statement II alone are sufficient’’ to answer the question.

d) if the data given in ‘’both the statements I and II together’’ are ‘’not sufficient’’ to answer the question, and

e) if the data in ‘’both the statements I and II together are necessary’’ to answer the question.

I : Village R is south east of Village T and there is no specific information about position of village P.

Thus, I alone is insufficient.

Similarly, in II, there is no specific information about position of R.

Thus, II alone is insufficient.

I & II : We know, that T is north of P and Q is south of P. Thus, T, P & Q are in a straight vertical line in that order.

There is still not specific info about position of P. P can be to the west or north-west or south-west of R.

Thus, I & II together are not sufficient.

I : E is shorter than only B.

=> B is the tallest and E is the second tallest. => B > E > A, C, D.

Since, we can’t find the third tallest, I alone is insufficient.

II : C is taller than only A.

=> A is the shortest and C is the fourth tallest. => B,D,E > C > A

Since, we can’t find the third tallest, II alone is insufficient.

I & II : From I and II, we get

B > E > D > C > A.

=> D is the third tallest.

Thus, I & II together are sufficient.

I : We do not know about any other children. Thus, I alone is insufficient.

II : We do not know the gender of the three children. Thus, II alone is insufficient.

I & II : Combining I & II, we get that K has 2 other siblings, one being M(female).

We do not know the gender of the 2nd sibling.

Thus, I & II even together are not sufficient.

I : We do not know the position of Q. Hence, we can’t determine the position of R.

Thus, I alone is insufficient.

II : T is tenth from right end in a row of 30 students.

=> T’s position from left end = 30+1-10 = 21st

Since, there are 16 students between T and R, => R is to the left of T.

Position of R from left end = 4th.

Thus, II alone is sufficient.

Clearly, I alone & II alone is insufficient.

I & II : Combining I & II, the common word is go.

=> code for go = ‘pa’

Thus, I & II together are sufficient.

Using statement a, we know that P and Q are only daughters of N. But we cannot establish any relationship between N and M. Hence, statement a alone is insufficient.

Using statement b, we know that D,Q and P are the children of M. Bot we do not know whether Q is a male or female member. Hence, statement b alone is insufficient.

Using both statements A and B,we can conclude that D,P and Q are siblings and they are children of M and N. Also, it is clear that P and Q are the only daughters of M and N (from statement a). Hence, both the statements together are necessary to solve the question. Option E is the right answer.

Since “then” is the only word present in both the sentences, its code can be uniquely determined. Hence, both the statements are necessary to solve the question.

then – Da

Option E is the right answer.

I : Q is lighter than only S. This means Q is the heaviest.

Thus, I alone is sufficient.

II : R is third heaviest and is also heavier than T & P.

=> S, Q > R > T, P

We cannot conclude who is heavier between S and Q.

Thus II alone is not sufficient.

Clearly, I alone & II alone are insufficient as there is no info about R and Q in statements I and II respectively.

I & II : Q is to the east of M and M is to the south of R.

=> Q is to the south-east of R.

Thus, I & II together are sufficient.

Since, we do not have any data about the time required to travel to Chennai even after combining I and II.

Thus, I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

Clearly, from I alone & II alone, there is no info about D and M respectively.

Thus, I alone and II alone are insufficient.

I & II : Even after combining, we just know that K is mother of D. We can;’t establish a relation between D and M.

Thus, I & II together are not sufficient.

I : Since, there is no data about Delhi, we cannot find when Arun visited Delhi.

Thus, I alone is insufficient.

II : Arun reached Patna on Friday and he was at Delhi next day.

=> Arun visited Delhi on Saturday

Thus, II alone is sufficient.

Clearly, I & II alone are insufficient, as there is no specific position mentioned in each of them.

I & II : Let total students in the row = $x$

Manoj’s position from right end = 3rd

=> Manoj’s position from left end = ($x$ + 1)-3 [position from left + position from right = total + 1]

= $x$ – 2

Ashok’s position from left end = 5th

Also, Ashok is thirteen to the left of Manoj, => Ashok’s position from left = ($x$ – 2) – 13 = $x$ – 15

=> $x$ – 15 = 5

=> $x$ = 20

Thus, I & II together are sufficient.

Clearly, I alone and II alone are not sufficient as there is no info about B and F in I & II respectively.

I & II : S is to the south of B and F is to the west of S.

=> F is to the south west of B => B is to the north-east of F.

Thus, I & II together are sufficient.