Reasoning: Data Sufficiency Quiz Set 11

Data Sufficiency Reasoning Questions and Answers for NICL AO, SBI PO, IBPS PO, NIACL, LIC, IBPS RRB, BOI, Bank of Baroda and other competitive exams

Directions (1-5): Each of the following questions consists of a question followed by three statements 1, 2 and 3. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the questions or not. Read all the statements and give answer to the questions.

  1. Who amongst eight persons A B C D E F G H sitting in a circular table is second to right of the person who is third to the left of B?
    Statement 1: A is third to the right of E, and both face opposite direction. Two person between E and H, who is not opposite to B.
    Statement 2: D is third to left of A, and both face same direction. B is second to right of G, who is not opposite to E.
    Statement 3: G face opposite to center and not an immediate neighbor of E. C is second to right of F, who face opposite direction as A. Only three persons face towards outside direction.
    (A) Only 1 and 2 necessary for answering
    (B) Only 2 and 3 necessary for answering
    (C) All 1 2 and 3 necessary for answering
    (D) 1 and either 2 or 3 necessary for answering
    (E) None of These
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    Option C
  2. Who amongst eight persons P Q R S T U V W sitting in a row are at both extreme ends of row?
    Statement 1: P is third from one end of row, Q second to right of P and both face opposite direction (if P face north than Q face south and if P face south than Q face north direction). One person U sits between P and W and face same direction as Q face.
    Statement 2: Many persons sit between W and T, one more between U and R, who is not at any extreme end of row. S is not the neighbor of R. Q do not face in south direction.
    Statement 3: S is third to left of Q. As many person sits between Q and W as one more than between W and T. R is not neighbor of S and P do not face north.
    (A) Only 1 and 3 necessary for answering
    (B) Only 1 and 2 necessary for answering
    (C) All 1 2 and 3 necessary for answering
    (D) 1 and either 2 or 3 necessary for answering
    (E) None of These .
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    Option D
  3. Six lectures A B C D E F are conducted in a week. Starting from Monday to Sunday, one lecture is every day. One day of the week, no lecture conducted. Which day of week no lecture is conducted?
    Statement 1: Lecture C conducted any of days after Wednesday, but not on Sunday. One lecture conducted between C and A, but lecture A not conducted last day of week. Two lecture between A and F
    Statement 2: Sunday is not holiday, and lecture D is not conducted on Sunday. Lecture A conducted before lecture F. Two lecture between D and holiday.
    Statement 3: Lecture B conducted before holiday. Three day gap between holiday and lecture E.
    (A) Only 1 and 2 necessary
    (B) Only 1 and 3 necessary
    (C) All 1 2 and 3 necessary
    (D) 1 and either 2 or 3 necessary
    (E) None of These
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    Option C
  4. Who amongst Amir, Salman, Govinda , Sanjay and Anil Kapoor, the first who got award?
    Statement 1: Amir got award before Sanjay and Salman but not before Anil.
    Statement 2: Govinda is not the first who got award.
    Statement 3: Sanjay is not the last who got award.
    (A) Only 1 and 2 necessary
    (B) Only 2 and 3 necessary
    (C) Only 1 and 3 necessary
    (D) All 1 2 and 3 necessary
    (E) 1 and either 2 or 3 necessary
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    Option E
  5. How is EVERY GREAT FUNDAY written in code language?
    Statement 1: HAPPY WRITE EVERY written as – 5#2 25#1 25#2
    Statement 2: MODI SPEECH GREAT written as- 8@2 20#2 9@2
    Statement 3: SUNDAY IS FUNDAY written as- 19@1 25@2 25@2
    (A)Only 1 and 2 necessary
    (B) Only 3 and 2 necessary
    (C) Only 1 and 3 necessary
    (D) All 1 2 and 3 necessary
    (E) 1 and either 2 or 3 necessary
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    Option D

Directions (6-10): Each of the following questions consists of a question followed by three statements I, II and III. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements is/are sufficient for answering the questions. Read all the statements carefully and seek all the possible combinations which could be sufficient for answering the questions. A single combination of statements with least number of statements which could be sufficient for answering the question would be your answer.

  1. How old was Deepak on 30 September 2011?
    Statement I: Deepak is five year older than his brother Mohit.
    Statement II: Mohit is twenty seven year younger than his father.
    Statement III: Deepak’s father celebrated his fiftieth birthday on 15 April 2011.
    A) Only I and II sufficient
    B) Only III and III sufficient
    C) Only I and III sufficient
    D) All I, II and III sufficient
    E) None of these
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    Option D
  2. Who is tallest among A B C D E and F?
    Statement I: A is taller than D and C but not as tall as B.
    Statement II: F is taller than E but not as tall as B.
    Statement III: E is not taller than B and F.
    A) Only I and II sufficient
    B) Only I and III sufficient
    C) Only II and III sufficient
    D) All I, II and III sufficient
    E) None of these
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    Option A
  3. How many sons does M have?
    Statement I: O and P are brother of K.
    Statement II: K Father T is husband of M.
    Statement III: Out of three children which T has only one is girl.
    A) Only III and I sufficient
    B) Only II and III sufficient
    C) Only I and II sufficient
    D) All I, II and III sufficient
    E) None of these
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    Option B
  4. How is MATE written in a code language?
    Statement I: MEAD is written as @#&%.
    Statement II: TEACH is written as $#&?+
    Statement III: TRADE is written as $*&%#
    A) Only I and III sufficient
    B) Only II and III sufficient
    C) Only I and either II or III sufficient
    D) Only I and II sufficient
    E) None of these
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    Option C
  5. On which day of the week starting from Monday, Mohan visited Mumbai?
    Statement I: Mohan took leave on Wednesday.
    Statement II: Mohan visited Mumbai on the day after his uncle visit to his house.
    Statement III: Mohan’s uncle visited neither on Monday nor on Thursday.
    A) Only I and II sufficient
    B) Only II and III sufficient
    C)  Only I and III sufficient
    D) Cannot be answered even with all I, II and III
    E) None of these
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    Option D

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