# Quantitative Aptitude: Data Sufficiency Questions Set 13

1. Two cycles are travelling towards each other .what is the distance between them just before 30 minutes they meet ?
I ) They were originally 100 km apart
II) Speed of a cycle A is 30 km / hr and speed of cycle B is 40 km /hr apart.
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option B
Using the statement I we cannot answer the question because no speed is given.
But using II we can.
Since the cycles are going to meet 30 minutes , which means , the relative speed = 30 + 40 = 70 km/hr.
So the gap = speed x time .So we can find the distance .Hence option B is correct.

2. Saral wins in a very faculty election by defeating his solely opponent Varun. Next year the varsity population magnified 50%, and now Varun defeats Saral. Notice the supporters of Varun wins the second election.
I ) Majority of votes by which Varun won are 1000 more than the majority of votes by which Saral has won in the first election.
II) Supporters of Saral increased by 30 % and Supporters of Varun increased by 75%
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option C
Clearly both statements are given the required answer, Hence option C is correct.

3. Average weight of 10 school children are 60 kg. Children X with average weight Y is joined the group so the total average weight is increased. Find the new average weight of children.
I) X + Y = 65
II) Y is prime.
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option D
Clearly Y is greater than 60. Because average only increased if the value will be greater than 60.
Also X denote s the number of children , so it will be the positive value. So by first statement we can get ( 1, 64), ( 2, 63) , ( 3, 62 ), ( 4 , 61) since y > 60.
But by statement II Y is a prime number . So ( 4, 61 ) is correct.
So 4 children with average weight 61are added in the group.
Hence D is correct.

4. Who among Rani, Jaya, Akila and Neema is the tallest?
I. Jaya is taller than Neema.
II. Rani is not as tall as either Akila or Jaya.
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option E
From I: J >N
From II :R < A or J
From the given data we can’t say Who is tallest or shortest .

5. In a garland how many roses are there between sunflower and lily in a row of 35 roses?
I) sunflower is 6 places away from lily, which is 20th from the left end.
II) Sunflower is 13th from the left end and lily is 8th from the right end.
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option B
From second statement, we get
(12 roses) sunflower (12 roses) lily (7 roses).

6. When is mybirthday this year ?
I. It is between october 16 and 18, october 16 being Wednesday.
II. It is not on Friday.
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option A
From Statement I, we conclude that My birthday is on october 17 , which is Thursday, this year. So, only I is needed.

7. Emirates plains are always punctual in Dubai. How long, at the most, will Mr. mohamed have to wait for the bus ?
I. Mr. mohamed has come to the airport stand at 9 A.M.
II. There is airport at 10 A.M. and Possibly another airport even earlier.
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option C
From both the given statements, we find that Mr.mohamed reached the airport stand at 9 A.M. and a airport is sure to arrive at 10 A.M. So, Mr. airport has to wait for at the most one hour.

8. How many iphones were sold in 2019?
I. Last year 100 phones were sold.
II. The number of phones sold this year was 2.5 times that of last year.
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option C
Clearly both statements are given the required answer, Hence option C is correct.

9. How is Bheema related to Akil?
I. Dinesh is the father of Akil and Bheema.
II. Akil is Bheema’s brother.
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option A
Using the statement I we can answer the question as bheema is a brother of akil.

10. What is G’s age?
I. G, V and K are all of the same age.
II. Total age of V, K and A is 64 and A is as old as V and K together.
If Statement I is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement II is sufficient for the answer.
If Statement I and II are sufficient for the answer but neither of the two alone is sufficient
If Statement I or II is sufficient for the answer.
both Statement I and II are insufficient for the answer.
Option C
As given in statements I and II, we have
G = V = K,
V + K + A = 64
and A = V + k.
take V + K = A in second,
we get 2A = 64 or A = 32.
Thus, V + K = 32 and V = K.
So, V = K = 16. Thus, G = 16.

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