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Data Interpretation Set 1 Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. In a school, there are four chemical laboratories namely Lab 1, Lab 2, Lab 3 and Lab 4. There are only six types of acids that are available in these mentioned laboratories. The acids are contained in bottles of different capacities. The following table provides information about the number of bottles of each type of acid in each of these four mentioned laboratories.

 

Lab 1

Lab 2

Lab 3

Lab 4

 

Sulphuric

68

98

111

107

Nitric

52

65

89

161

Acids

Benzoic

113

124

143

75

Hydrochloric

87

138

77

99

Salicylic

79

104

80

129

Nitrous

101

81

103

117

Every bottle of acid in the chemical laboratories is further categorized on the basis of its capacity under one or the other of the five different categories namely ‘S’, ‘M’, ‘L’, ‘XL’ and ‘XXL’.

The following table provides information about the number of bottles of acids in each of the mentioned categories as a percentage of the total number of bottles of acids.

S 15% M 25% L 10% XL 30% XXL 20%
S
15%
M
25%
L
10%
XL
30%
XXL
20%

Additional Information for questions 1 and 2:

In Lab 2 as well as Lab 3, the number of bottles of acids in the category XL as a percentage of the total number of bottles of acids in the respective laboratories is not more than 1%.

1. In Lab 1, the total number of bottles of acids in the category XL as a percentage of the total number of bottles

of acids in Lab 1 cannot be less than (1) 2%

(2) 3%

(3) 4%

(4) 5%

(5) 6%

2. If the ratio of the number of bottles of acids in Lab 1 and Lab 4 that are in the category XL is 2: 7, then what is

the difference between the number of number of bottles of acids in Lab 1 and Lab 4 that are not in the category

XL? (1) 212 (2) 202 (3) 207 (4) Either (1) or (3) (5) Either (1) or (2)

Additional Information for questions 3 and 4:

All the bottles containing one or the other of the three acids namely Sulphuric, Nitric and Nitrous are in one or the other of the three categories S, M and L only. Also, the total number of bottles of Benzoic, Hydrochloric and Salicylic acid that are in one or the other of three categories S, M and L be ‘a’, ‘b’ and ‘c’ respectively.

3. Which of the following can be equal to the ratio a : b : c?

(1) 2 : 31 : 5 (2) 13 : 17 : 17 (3) 15 : 7 : 19 (4) 13 : 7 : 30 (5) None of these

4. If the value of ‘a’ is maximum possible, then the number of bottles of Benzoic acid in Lab 2 that do not belong

to any of the three categories S, M and L cannot be less than (1) 76 (2) 75 (3) 78

(4) 77

(5) 79

5. The number of bottles of how many of the mentioned acids is less than the average number of bottles per

variety of the mentioned acids? (1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 4 (4) 3 (5) None of these

Data Interpretation Set 2

Each of the six siblings namely Azhar, Atif, Aslam, Aaqib, Armaan and Ahmad are asked to choose three sports out of six different sports namely Cricket, Football, Hockey, Basketball, Swimming and Volleyball. Each of the given sports is chosen by at least one of the siblings. The number of siblings who chose Cricket, Football, Hockey, Basketball, Swimming and Volleyball are denoted by C, F, H, B, S and V respectively. The following table provides details about the values of C, F, H, B and V.

Additional Information Given I. Atif has chosen exactly one sport, which Armaan did not choose. II. There are exactly two sports that have been chosen by Azhar as well as Aslam and there are exactly three sports that have not been chosen by Aslam as well as Ahmad. III. Ahmad chose Cricket and Swimming and Armaan did not choose Basketball.

C

3

F

2

B

5

H

2

V

4

6. What is the value of (6 – S)?

(1) 4 (2) 3 (3) 2 (4) 1 (5) Cannot be uniquely determined

7. Which of the following sports is definitely chosen by Azhar?

(1) Swimming (2) Cricket (3) Basketball (4) Both (2) and (3) (5) Both (1) and (3)

8. For how many siblings, the three sports chosen by them can be uniquely determined?

(1) Six

(2) Five

(3) Four

(4) Three

(5) Two

9. Which of the following siblings did not play Volleyball?

(1) Armaan

(2) Aslam

(3) Aaqib

(4) Atif

(5) Azhar

10. Which of the following two siblings played Hockey? (1) Armaan and Aaqib (2) Aaqib and Atif

(3) Atif and Armaan (4) Atif and Azhar (5) Cannot be determined

Logical Reasoning Set 3 On a certain day six passengers from Chennai, Bengaluru, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Hyderabad boarded the New Delhi bound Rajdhani Express from TataNagar. The following facts are known about these six passengers:

• The persons from Kochi and Chennai are less than 36 years of age.

• Person Z, the youngest among all is a doctor.

• The oldest person is from Kolkata and his/her profession is same as that of the person who got down at Mughal

Sarai.

• The persons from Bengaluru, Chennai,Hyderabad and Mumbai got down at four different stations. The eldest

among these four got down at Koderma and the youngest at Kanpur. The person who got down at New Delhi is older than the person who got down at Mughal Sarai.

• The engineer from Bengaluru is older than the engineer from Chennai.

• While arranging the teachers in increasing order of age it was observed that the middle person is as old as the engineer from Chennai.

• Person Y who got down at Mughal Sarai is less than 34 years old.

• The teacher from Kochi is four years older than the 31 year old doctor who is not from Mumbai.

• In the past, three of the travellers have served in the Indian Army.

11. Which of the following options is true?

A. The person from Chennai is older than the person from Kochi.

B. The oldest teacher is from Mumbai.

C. The person from Mumbai is older than at least one of the engineers.

D. The person from Kochi got down at Mughal Sarai, and was an engineer.

E. The person who got down at New Delhi is older than Y, who in turn is older than the person from Hyderabad.

12. All six travellers are working in the same organization for at least one year. The organization recruits two

categories of employees – fresh graduates and those who have at least five years of experience in the Indian Army. In both cases a new recruit should be less than 30 years of age. Among the travellers from same

profession, those with military background are at least five years older than the travellers who joined as fresh graduates. Identify the travellers who joined the organization as fresh graduate(s):

A. Only Y

B. The person Y and the traveller from Chennai.

C. The person Y and the travellers from Kochi and Hyderabad.

D. The travellers from Kochi and Hyderabad.

E. The teacher from Mumbai, the traveller from Kochi and the younger engineer.

13. If W is neither the youngest nor the oldest among the travellers from her profession, which of the following is

true about her?

A. She got down at Koderrna.

B. She is 36 years old.

C. She got down at Mughal Sarai.

D. She is from Kochi.

E. None of the above

Logical Reasoning Set 4

Every Saturday, the members of Raja Harish Chandra Club meet in the evening. All the members of the club are honest and never lie. Last Saturday, the following conversation was heard at one of the tables with five members sitting around it.

Satya Sadhan: In this club not all members are friends with each other.

Satyabrata: None of the pair of friends in this club has any common friend.

Satyajit: Every pair of members who are not friends has exactly two common friends in this club.

Satya Pramod: There are fewer than 22 people in this club.

14. How many members are there in the club?

A. 5

B. 7

C. 15

D. 16

E. 20

15. How many friends does Satya Sadhan have in the club?

A. 2

B. 3

C. 5

D. 7

E. 8

Logical Reasoning Set 5

Alex Company has its office at the third floor of a multi-storied building in Mumbai. There are 5 rooms to be allotted to 5 managers (designated M1 to M5), each of whom will occupy one room. Each room has its own advantages and disadvantages. Some have the sea view, while others are closer to either the lift or the dining room, while some are more spacious. Each of the five managers was asked to rank the room preferences amongst the rooms 301, 302, 303, 304 and 305. Their preferences were recorded as follows:

Preference

M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

1 st

302

302

303

302

301

2 nd

303

304

305

301

302

3 rd

304

305

304

304

305

4 th

 

301

305

303

 

5 th

   

302

   

Some managers did not indicate any preference for some rooms, as they did want to be there under any condition. The company decided to allot rooms to managers in such a way that so that the managers get rooms as per their best preference or close to that.

16. How many managers would get their rooms as per their best preference?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

17. If manager X gets his/her 1st choice, then his / her preference ranking is 1 and so on. Management decided to

allot rooms so that the sum of the preference rankings of all the managers is minimized, what is the total

preference ranking for the rooms allotted to all the managers?

A. 5

B. 6

C. 7

D. 8

E. 9

18. Suppose that Manager M2 decides not to join the new zonal office and Manager M6 takes his place.Manager

M6 has the following preference ranking in decreasing order: 301,303,302,304 - in this case what would be the sum of the preference rankings allotted to all the five managers?

A. 5

B. 6

C. 7

D. 8

E. 9