## Data Sufficiency 416) How many visitors saw the trade fair yesterday? I. Each entry pass holder is allowed to take up to three persons with him or her. - Statement I alone is sufficient, but statement II alone is not sufficient
- Statement II alone is sufficient, but statement I alone is not sufficient
- Either Statement I or II is sufficient
- Data in both the statements together are not sufficient
- Both I and II are needed
As per both the statements, a maximum of 250 * 4 = 1000 people can visit the trade fair, but the exact number cannot be predicted. 17) What is the total sale of the company? I. The company sold 7000 units of product A, each unit's cost is Rs. 25. - Statement I alone is sufficient, but statement II alone is not sufficient
- Statement II alone is sufficient, but statement I alone is not sufficient
- Either Statement I or II is sufficient
- Data in both the statements together are not sufficient
- Both I and II are needed
From statement I and II, it is clear that the company sells only one product and it has sold 7000 units. As each unit costs Rs. 25, the total sale of the company = 7000 * 25 = Rs. 1,75,000. 18) What is the total weight of 10 boxes each has the same weight? I. One-fourth of the weight of a box is 5 kg. - Statement I alone is sufficient, but statement II alone is not sufficient
- Statement II alone is sufficient, but statement I alone is not sufficient
- Either Statement I or II is sufficient
- Data in both the statements together are not sufficient
- Both I and II are needed
From statement I, it is clear that weight of one box = 5 * 4 = 20 kg. So, the total weight of 10 boxes is 20 * 10 = 200 kg. Thus, alone I is sufficient. From statement II, the weight of one box = weight of three boxes - weight of two boxes = 20 kg. So, weight of 10 boxes = 10 * 20 = 200 kg. Thus, alone II is also sufficient. 19) What is the amount of sugar exported from India? I. India exported to Russia 70,000 tonnes of sugar, and this is 10% of the total sugar exports. - Statement I alone is sufficient, but statement II alone is not sufficient
- Statement II alone is sufficient, but statement I alone is not sufficient
- Either Statement I or II is sufficient
- Data in both the statements together are not sufficient
- Both I and II are needed
From statement I, 10 % = 70000 20) How much amount Suresh has to pay for the new car in the buy-back schema? I. The cost of the new car was four times the resale value his old car. - Statement I alone is sufficient, but statement II alone is not sufficient
- Statement II alone is sufficient, but statement I alone is not sufficient
- Either Statement I or II is sufficient
- Data in both the statements together are not sufficient
- Both I and II are needed
From both the statements, the price of the new car is 35000 * 4 = 140000, so he has to pay, 140000 - 35000 = Rs. 105000 Data Sufficiency 1 Data Sufficiency 2 Data Sufficiency 3 Next TopicCoding Decoding 1 |