# XAT Selection With Condition questions

## XAT 2013 Selection With Condition questions

#### Question 1

Students from four sections of a class accompanied by respective class teachers planned to go for a field trip. There were nineteen people in all. However, on the scheduled day one of the four teachers and a few students could not join the rest. Given below are some statements about the group of people who ultimately left for the trip.
I: Section A had the largest contingent.
Il: Section B had fewer students than Section A.
Ill: Section C's contingent was smaller than Section B.
IV: Section D had the smallest contingent.
V: The product of the number of student from each section is a multiple of 10.
VI: The number of students from Section C is more than 2.
VIl. The product of the number of students from each section is a multiple of 24.
VIll. The largest contingent has more than 4 students.
IX: Each section contributed different number of students
The statements that taken together can give us the exact number of students from each section:

## XAT 2010 Selection With Condition questions

Instruction for set 1:

Questions are based on a  set of conditions. In answering some of the questions, it may  be useful to draw a rough diagram. Choose the response that  most accurately and completely answers each question.

In a local pet store, seven puppies wait to be introduced to their new owners. The puppies, named Ashlen, Blakely, Custard, Daffy, Earl, Fala and Gabino, are all kept in two  available pens. Pen 1 holds three puppies, and pen 2 holds four puppies.

If Gabino is kept in pen 1, then Daffy is not kept in pen 2.
If Daffy is not kept in pen 2, then Gabino is kept in pen 1.
If Ashlen is kept in pen 2, then Blakely is not kept in pen 2.
If Blakely is kept in pen 1, then Ashlen is not kept in pen 1.

#### Question 1

Which of the following groups of puppies could be in pen 2?

Instruction for set 1:

Questions are based on a  set of conditions. In answering some of the questions, it may  be useful to draw a rough diagram. Choose the response that  most accurately and completely answers each question.

In a local pet store, seven puppies wait to be introduced to their new owners. The puppies, named Ashlen, Blakely, Custard, Daffy, Earl, Fala and Gabino, are all kept in two  available pens. Pen 1 holds three puppies, and pen 2 holds four puppies.

If Gabino is kept in pen 1, then Daffy is not kept in pen 2.
If Daffy is not kept in pen 2, then Gabino is kept in pen 1.
If Ashlen is kept in pen 2, then Blakely is not kept in pen 2.
If Blakely is kept in pen 1, then Ashlen is not kept in pen 1.

#### Question 2

If Earl shares a pen with Fala, then which of the following MUST be true?

Instruction for set 1:

Questions are based on a  set of conditions. In answering some of the questions, it may  be useful to draw a rough diagram. Choose the response that  most accurately and completely answers each question.

In a local pet store, seven puppies wait to be introduced to their new owners. The puppies, named Ashlen, Blakely, Custard, Daffy, Earl, Fala and Gabino, are all kept in two  available pens. Pen 1 holds three puppies, and pen 2 holds four puppies.

If Gabino is kept in pen 1, then Daffy is not kept in pen 2.
If Daffy is not kept in pen 2, then Gabino is kept in pen 1.
If Ashlen is kept in pen 2, then Blakely is not kept in pen 2.
If Blakely is kept in pen 1, then Ashlen is not kept in pen 1.

#### Question 3

If Earl and Fala are in different pens, then which of the following must NOT be true?