Is 'b' positive?

(I) a + b is positive.

(II) a - b is positive.

correct answer:-**4**

In a general body election, 3 candidates, P, Q and R were contesting for a membership of the board. How many votes did each receive?

(I) p received 17 votes more than q and 103 votes more than r.

(II) Total votes cast were 1703.

correct answer:-**3**

If C1 and C2 are the circumferences of the outer and inner circles respectively. What is C1 : C2?

(I) The two circles are concentric.

(II) The area of the ring is $$\frac{2}{3}$$ the area of greater circle.

correct answer:-**2**

What is the middle number of 7 consecutive whole numbers?

(I) Product of number is 702800.

(II) Sum of the number is 105.

correct answer:-**2**

Total marks obtained by P, Q, R and S in Mathematics is 360. How many marks did P secure in Mathematics?

(I) P secured one-third marks of the total of Q, R and S.

(II) Average marks obtained by Q and R are 20 more than that secured by S.

correct answer:-**1**

How many ice cubes can be accommodated in a container?

(I) The length and breadth of the container is 20 cm and 15 cm respectively.

(II) The edge of the ice cube is 2 cm.

correct answer:-**4**

Ram got Rs. 1,500 as dividend from a company. What is the rate of interest given by the company?

(I) The dividend paid last year was 10%.

(II) Ram has 350 shares of Rs. 10 denomination.

correct answer:-**2**

Triangle ABC and Triangle PQR are congruent.

(I) Area of triangle ABC and triangle PQR are same

(II) Triangle ABC and triangle PQR are right angle triangles.

correct answer:-**4**

Salary of A and B is in the ratio 3 : 4 and expenditure is in the ratio 4 : 5. What is the ratio of their savings?

(I) B's saving is 25% of his salary.

(II) B's salary is Rs. 2500.

correct answer:-**1**

What is the average height of the class?

(I) Average height of the class decreases by 1 cm if we exclude the tallest person of the class whose height is 56 cm.

(II) Average height of the class increases by 1 cm if we exclude the shortest person of the class whose height is 42 cm.

correct answer:-**3**

Ram is taller than Shyam and Jay is shorter than Vikram. Who is the shortest among them?

(I) Ram is the tallest.

(II) Shyam is taller than Vikram.

correct answer:-**2**

If a and b are negative, and c is positive, which of the following statement/s is/are true?

I) $$a - b < a - c$$

II) if $$a < b$$, then $$\frac{a}{c} < \frac{b}{c}$$

III) $$\frac{a}{b} > \frac{a}{c}$$

correct answer:-**4**

This question consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II. Decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

What is the 57th number in a series of numbers?

I. Each number in the series is three more than

the preceding number.

II. The tenth number in the series is 29.

correct answer:-**4**

Study the questions and the statements given below. Decide whether any information provided in the statement(s) is redundant and/or can be dispensed with, to answer it.

If 7 is added to numerator and denominator each of fraction a/b, will the new fraction be less than the original one?

Statement I: a = 73, b = 103

Statement II: The average of a and b is less than b

Statement III: a − 5 is greater than b − 5

correct answer:-**2**

The profits of Biscuits India Ltd soared by 32% in the year 2006 - 07 as compared to year 2005 - 06. By what % did Biscuits India’s Sales increase in 2006 - 07 compared to the previous year? ( ssume: Profit = Sales - Expenses) Decide whether the information given in the two statements is sufficient to solve the problem.

Statement (1): Expenses in 2006 - 07 were Rs 1,400 crores, as compared to Rs 1,220 crores in 2005 - 06

Statement (2): Sales in 2006 - 07 were Rs 4,300 crores

correct answer:-**3**

In March 2007, Computers Ltd. made a bundled offer of its Laptops together with Deskjet printers to boost Sales, though both the Laptop and the printer were also available individually. What is the price of the Printer, if purchased separately? Decide whether the information given in the two statements is sufficient to solve the problem.

Statement (1): The bundled offer price was Rs 42,600

Statement (2): The Laptop, without the bundle offer was priced at Rs 39,400

correct answer:-**4**

Bags I, II and III together have ten balls. If each bag contains at least one ball, how many balls does each bag have? Decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

Statement (1): Bag I contains five balls more than bag III.

Statement (2): Bag II contains half as many balls as bag I

correct answer:-**3**

Each question given below is followed by three statements. Study the question and

the statements. Identify which option is necessary to answer the question.

The mean temperature of Monday to Wednesday was 37 degree Celsius and of Tuesday to Thursday was 34 degree. What was the temperature on Thursday?

I. The temperature on Thursday was $$\frac{4}{5^{th}}$$ that of Monday.

II. The mean temperature of Monday and Thursday was 40.5 degree Celsius.

III. The difference between the temperature on Monday and that on Thursday was 9 degree Celsius.

correct answer:-**2**

Each question given below is followed by three statements. Study the question and

the statements. Identify which option is necessary to answer the question.

What will be the sum of two numbers?

I. Among the two numbers, the bigger number is greater than the smaller number by 6.

II. 40 % of the smaller number is equal to 30 % of the bigger number.

III. The ratio of half of the bigger number to one third of the smaller number is 2 : 1.

correct answer:-**3**

Each question given below is followed by three statements. Study the question and

the statements. Identify which option is necessary to answer the question.

A tank is fitted with two taps A and b: In how much time will the tank be full if both the taps are opened together?

I. A is 50% more efficient than B

II. A alone takes 16 hours to fill the tank

III. B alone takes 24 hours to fill the tank

correct answer:-**2**

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