Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 71

ABCD is a quadrilateral such that AD = 9 cm, BC = 13 cm and âŽ¿DAB = âŽ¿BCD = 90Â°. P and Q are two points on AB and CD respectively, such that DQ : BP = 1 : 2 and DQ is an integer. How many values can DQ take, for which the maximum possible area of the quadrilateral PBQD is 150 sq.cm?

Instructions

Study the data given in the table below and answer the question that follow:

All figures are in percentage

Based on survey of â€˜shop typesâ€™ Kamath categorized Indian states into four geographical regions as shown in the table above. His boss felt that the categorization was inadequate since important labels were missing. Kamath argued that no further labels are required to interpret the data.

Question 72

A consultant observing the data made the following two inferences:

Inference I: The number of Grocers per-thousand-population is the highest in North India.

Inference II: The number of Cosmetic per-thousand-population is the highest in South India.

Which of following options is DEFINITELY correct?

Question 73

The average size of Food Shops in East India was twice that of Food Shops in West India. Which of the following cannot be inferred from the above data?

Question 74

Bala collected the same data five years after Kamath, using the same categorization.Â

Which of the following statements can DEFINITELY be concluded?

Instructions

Study the graph below and answer the questions that follow:

This graph depicts the last eight yearsâ€™ annual salaries (in Rs. lacs.) offered to student during campus placement. Every year 100 students go through placement process. However, at least one of them fails to get placed. The salaries of all unplaced students are marked zero and represented in the graph.

The bold line in the graph presents Mean salaries at various years.

Question 75

In which year were a maximum number of students offered salaries between Rs. 20 to Rs.30 lacs(both inclusive)?

Question 76

Identify the years in which the annual median salary is higher by at least 60% than the average salary of the preceding year?

Question 77

Identify the number of years in which the difference between the average salaries of the top 25% and the bottom 25% is more than Rs. 20 lacs:

Question 78

If the average salary is computed excluding students with no offers, in how many years will the new average salary be greater than the existing median salary? Refer the table below for number of students without offers.

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