For the following questions answer them individually
Consider three real numbers, X, Y, and Z. Is Z the smallest of these numbers?
A. X is greater than at least one of Y and Z.
B. Y is greater than at least one of X and Z.
Let X be a real number. Is the modulus of X necessarily less than 3?
A. X(X+3)<0
B. X(X-3)>0
Directions for the next 5 questions: Answer these questions based on the data provided in the table below: Factory Sector by Type of Ownership. All figures in the table are in percent of the total for the corresponding column.
Suppose the average employment level is 60 per factory. The average employment in wholly private” factories is approximately:
Capital productivity is defined as the gross output value per rupee of fixed capital. The three sectors with the higher capital productivity, arranged in descending order are:
A sector is considered ‘pareto efficient’ if its value added per employee and its value added per rupee of fixed capital is higher than those of all other sectors. Based on the table data, the pareto efficient sector is:
The total value added in all sectors is estimated at Rs. 14,000 crores. Suppose that the number of firms in the joint sector is 2700. The average value added per factory, in Rs. crores, in the central govt. is:
Directions for the next 4 questions: Answer these questions based on the data presented in the figure below. FEI for a country in a year, is the ratio (expressed as a percentage) of its foreign equity inflows to its GDP. The following figure displays the FEIs for select Asian countries for the years 1997 and 1998.
The country with the highest percentage change in FEI in 1998 relative to its FEI in 1997, is:
It is known that China’s GDP in 1998 was 7% higher than its value in 1997, while India’s GDP drew by 2% during the same period. The GDP of South Korea, on the other hand, fell by 5%.
Which of the following statements is/are true?
Foreign equity inflows to China were higher in 1998 than in 1997.
Foreign equity inflows to China were lower in 1998 than in 1997.
Foreign equity inflows to India were higher in 1998 than in 1997.
Foreign equity inflows to South Korea decreased in 1998 relative to 1997.
Foreign equity inflows to South Korea increased in 1998 relative to 1997,