XAT 2018 Question Paper - Quant

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

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These statements provide data that may help answer the respective questions. Read the questions and the statements and determine if the data provided by the statements is sufficient or insufficient, on their own or together, to answer the questions. Accordingly, choose the appropriate option given below the questions.Harry and Sunny have randomly picked 5 cards each from a pack of 10 cards, numbered from 1 to 10. Who has randomly picked the card with number 2 written on it?Statement I: Sum of the numbers on the cards picked by Harry is 5 more than that of Sunny.Statement II: One has exactly four even numbered cards while the other has exactly four odd numbered cards.

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Six teams are playing in a hockey tournament where each team is playing against every other team exactly once. At an intermediate stage, the status is as follows:

Notes:
• The team that scores more goals than it concedes wins the match, while if both the teams score the same no. of goals, the match is declared drawn.
• Ina match played between Team X and Team Y, if team X scores 1 and concedes none. then the score line would read: Team X — Team Y (1-0)

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Which of the following score line is not a possible outcome in the tournament?

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The graph below represent the performance of four professors, across years. measured on four variables: Percentage of time spent on research, teaching, feedback on (a scale of 10. right-hand side) and number of publications (right-hand side). Assume that the cumulative time spent per year on research and teaching activities are sane for all four professors and each of them taught only one course of 90 classroom hours.

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