# Data Sufficiency Test Series 3, Data Sufficiency Question Answers

## Data Sufficiency Test Series 3, Data Sufficiency Question Answers

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##### 1. Question

Who among M, J, K, P and T is the tallest?

I. K is taller than M and T but shorter than J and P.

II. P is not the tallest.CorrectFrom I: J, P > K > M, T => Either J or P is the tallest.

Hence, statement I alone is not sufficient.

From II: P is not the tallest. Hence statement II alone is 81 not sufficient.

But, from I and II, it is obvious that J is the tallest among M, J, K, P and T.IncorrectFrom I: J, P > K > M, T => Either J or P is the tallest.

Hence, statement I alone is not sufficient.

From II: P is not the tallest. Hence statement II alone is 81 not sufficient.

But, from I and II, it is obvious that J is the tallest among M, J, K, P and T. - Question 2 of 20
##### 2. Question

Five friends P, Q, R, S and T are standing in a row facing East. Who is standing at the extreme right end?

I. Only P is between S and T; R is to the immediate right of T.

II. R is between T and Q.CorrectFrom I: S P T R

From II: T R Q East

Combining I and II, we get, S P T R Q

Hence Q is at extreme right.IncorrectFrom I: S P T R

From II: T R Q East

Combining I and II, we get, S P T R Q

Hence Q is at extreme right. - Question 3 of 20
##### 3. Question

Who amount P, Q, R, S, T and U is the tallest?

I. P is taller than R and T but not as tall as U, who is taller than Q and S.

II. R is the third in height in the ascending order and not as tell as U, P and Q, Q being taller than P but not the tallest.CorrectFrom I: P > R, P > T, U > P, U > Q, U > S

=> U is tallest. [Since U is taller than P, Q & S ans P is taller than R and T]

From II: __ R < U, P & Q — (1) ; Q > P — (2)

From (1) and (2) __ R P Q U Hence U is tallest.IncorrectFrom I: P > R, P > T, U > P, U > Q, U > S

=> U is tallest. [Since U is taller than P, Q & S ans P is taller than R and T]

From II: __ R < U, P & Q — (1) ; Q > P — (2)

From (1) and (2) __ R P Q U Hence U is tallest. - Question 4 of 20
##### 4. Question

How much amount Ronnie required to pay for the new car in the buy-back schema?

I. The cost of the new car was three times the cost price of his old car.

II. His old car was valued at Rs.25000 under buy-back schema.CorrectFrom both the statements together, we conclude that the price of the new car is Rs(25000 * 3) i.e., 75000.

So, Ronnie had to pay Rs(75000 – 25000) = Rs.50000. Thus, both I and II are required.IncorrectFrom both the statements together, we conclude that the price of the new car is Rs(25000 * 3) i.e., 75000.

So, Ronnie had to pay Rs(75000 – 25000) = Rs.50000. Thus, both I and II are required. - Question 5 of 20
##### 5. Question

In a row of 28 girls and boys how many boys are there to the left of Shridhar?

I. If Shridhar is placed after two places to the right then he becomes twelfth from the right.

II. Only every third child in the row is girl.CorrectFrom II: The 3rd, 6th, 9th, 12th, 15th, 18th, 21st, 24th and 27th positions are occupied by girls.

From I: Shridhar is 14th from the right.

Hence, using I & II, we can get the no. of boys required.IncorrectFrom II: The 3rd, 6th, 9th, 12th, 15th, 18th, 21st, 24th and 27th positions are occupied by girls.

From I: Shridhar is 14th from the right.

Hence, using I & II, we can get the no. of boys required. - Question 6 of 20
##### 6. Question

In a certain code language, ‘297’ means ‘tie clip button’. Which number means ‘button’?

I. In that language ‘926’ means ‘clip your tie’.

II. In that language ‘175’ means ‘hole and button’.CorrectComparing the information in the question with statement I, we find that ‘2’ and ‘9’ are the codes for ‘tie’ and ‘clip’. So, ‘7’ represents ‘button’. Thus, I alone is sufficient. Again, comparing the information in the question with II, we find that the common code number ‘7’ stands for common word ‘button’. Thus, II alone also is sufficient.

IncorrectComparing the information in the question with statement I, we find that ‘2’ and ‘9’ are the codes for ‘tie’ and ‘clip’. So, ‘7’ represents ‘button’. Thus, I alone is sufficient. Again, comparing the information in the question with II, we find that the common code number ‘7’ stands for common word ‘button’. Thus, II alone also is sufficient.

- Question 7 of 20
##### 7. Question

Rohit, Kajol, Tanmay and Suman are four friends. Who is the oldest among them?

I. The total age of Kajol and Tanmay together is more than that of Suman.

II. The total age of Rohit and Kajol together is less than that of Suman.CorrectFrom the given statements, we find that:

K + T > S and R + K < S. Thus, who is oldest is not known.IncorrectFrom the given statements, we find that:

K + T > S and R + K < S. Thus, who is oldest is not known. - Question 8 of 20
##### 8. Question

In a certain code, ‘nop al ed’ means ‘They like flowers’. Which code word means ‘flowers’?

I. ‘id nim nop’ means ‘They are innocent’.

II. ‘gob ots al’ means ‘We like roses’.CorrectIn the given statement and I, the common word is ‘They’ and the common code word is ‘nop’. So, ‘nop’ is the code for ‘They’.

In the given statement and II, the common word is ‘like’ and the common code word is ‘al’. So ‘al’ is the code for ‘like’.

Thus, in the given statement, ‘ed’ is the code for ‘flowers’.IncorrectIn the given statement and I, the common word is ‘They’ and the common code word is ‘nop’. So, ‘nop’ is the code for ‘They’.

In the given statement and II, the common word is ‘like’ and the common code word is ‘al’. So ‘al’ is the code for ‘like’.

Thus, in the given statement, ‘ed’ is the code for ‘flowers’. - Question 9 of 20
##### 9. Question

What is Reena’s rank in the class ?

I. There are 26 students in the class.

II. There are 9 students who have scored less then Reena.CorrectFrom I and II, we conclude that there are 16 students above Reena in rank. Thus, Reena’s rank is 17th in the class. So, both the statements are necessary.

IncorrectFrom I and II, we conclude that there are 16 students above Reena in rank. Thus, Reena’s rank is 17th in the class. So, both the statements are necessary.

- Question 10 of 20
##### 10. Question

Rajiv’s monthly salary is Rs.4000. What is Atul’s monthly salary?

I. Atul gets Rs.500 more than the average salary of his and Rajeev’s.

II. Average of Rajeev’s and Atul’s salary is Rs.4500.CorrectFrom I, we have: A – [(A + 4000)/2] = 500 or A – 4000 = 1000 or A = 5000.

i.e., Atul’s monthly salary = Rs.5000.

From II, we have: (A + R)/2 = 4500 or A + 4000 = 9000 or A = 5000.

Thus, either I or II is sufficient.IncorrectFrom I, we have: A – [(A + 4000)/2] = 500 or A – 4000 = 1000 or A = 5000.

i.e., Atul’s monthly salary = Rs.5000.

From II, we have: (A + R)/2 = 4500 or A + 4000 = 9000 or A = 5000.

Thus, either I or II is sufficient. - Question 11 of 20
##### 11. Question

How is D related to A?

CorrectFrom the both statements together, we find D is the father of B and B is the brother of A. So, D is the father of A. Thus, both the given statements are needed.

IncorrectFrom the both statements together, we find D is the father of B and B is the brother of A. So, D is the father of A. Thus, both the given statements are needed.

- Question 12 of 20
##### 12. Question

Who is the immediate right of P among five persons P, Q, R, S and T facing North?

I. R is third to the left of Q; P is second to the right of R.

II. Q is to the immediate left of T, who is second to the right of P.CorrectFrom I: R – PQ (Hence Q is immediate right of P).

From II: PQT (Hence Q is immediate right of P).IncorrectFrom I: R – PQ (Hence Q is immediate right of P).

From II: PQT (Hence Q is immediate right of P). - Question 13 of 20
##### 13. Question

How is B related to H?

I. H’s mother is sister of B’s father’s son.

II. B is father of T.CorrectFrom I: B is either maternal uncle or maternal aunt of H.

Hence, statement I alone is not sufficient.

From II: B is father of T.

Statement II does not give any information about H.

Hence, statement II alone is also not sufficient. Statement I Jacks information regarding sex of B. In order to answer the question we need information regarding the sex of B. Statement II fulfills this need.

If B is father of T, it is obvious that B is a male.

Hence, from I and II, B is maternal uncle of H.IncorrectFrom I: B is either maternal uncle or maternal aunt of H.

Hence, statement I alone is not sufficient.

From II: B is father of T.

Statement II does not give any information about H.

Hence, statement II alone is also not sufficient. Statement I Jacks information regarding sex of B. In order to answer the question we need information regarding the sex of B. Statement II fulfills this need.

If B is father of T, it is obvious that B is a male.

Hence, from I and II, B is maternal uncle of H. - Question 14 of 20
##### 14. Question

What does ‘nip’ stand for in a code language?

I. In the code language, ‘that is very beautiful’ is written as ‘se nop sre num’.

II. In the same code language, ‘my house is beautiful’ is written as ‘nip sto sre tip’.CorrectIn I and II, the common codes are ‘nip’ and ‘sre’ and the common words are ‘is’ and ‘beautiful’. So ‘nip’ and ‘sre’ are the codes for ‘is’ and ‘beautiful’. But, the exact word for ‘nip’ cannot be found out.

IncorrectIn I and II, the common codes are ‘nip’ and ‘sre’ and the common words are ‘is’ and ‘beautiful’. So ‘nip’ and ‘sre’ are the codes for ‘is’ and ‘beautiful’. But, the exact word for ‘nip’ cannot be found out.

- Question 15 of 20
##### 15. Question

Statements:

All potatoes are brinjals.

Some brinjals are spinach.

All brinjals are flowers.

Conclusions:

I. All flowers are spinach.

II. Some potatoes are flowers.

III. Some potatoes are spinach.CorrectThe given statements can be represented in the basic diagram as follows.

Conclusion I, affirmative, does not follow.

Conclusion II, affirmative, follows.

Conclusion III, affirmative, does not follow.

Only II follows.IncorrectThe given statements can be represented in the basic diagram as follows.

Conclusion I, affirmative, does not follow.

Conclusion II, affirmative, follows.

Conclusion III, affirmative, does not follow.

Only II follows. - Question 16 of 20
##### 16. Question

Statements:

All men are gains

All bottles are gains

Conclusions:

I. Some men are bottle

II. Some bottles being men is a possibilityCorrectThe basic diagram for the given statements is:

From the above basic diagram, conclusion I, affirmative, does not follow.

The possible diagram for conclusion II is,

From the above diagram, conclusion II follows.

Only II follows.IncorrectThe basic diagram for the given statements is:

From the above basic diagram, conclusion I, affirmative, does not follow.

The possible diagram for conclusion II is,

From the above diagram, conclusion II follows.

Only II follows. - Question 17 of 20
##### 17. Question

Among five friends P, Q, R, S and T, who ranks third in terms of salary obtained by them?

I. T’s salary is more than P and Q but not more than S.

II. R’s salary is lowest among them.CorrectFrom I: S > T > P, Q

From II and using I: S > T > P, Q > R

Hence either P or Q ranks third in terms of salary.IncorrectFrom I: S > T > P, Q

From II and using I: S > T > P, Q > R

Hence either P or Q ranks third in terms of salary. - Question 18 of 20
##### 18. Question

How is ‘go’ written in a certain language?

I. ‘you may come’ is written as ‘pic na ta’ in that code language.

II. ‘he may go’ is written as ‘ja ho pic’ in that code language.CorrectI alone is not sufficient because the word ‘go’ is absent in statement I. Statement II alone is not sufficient because there is no such indication by which we can find out code for ‘go’. Note that you can’t assume that the codes used for words of the statement are in the same order as the words are.

Now when we use the data given in both statements we can get code for ‘may’ only, ie. ‘pic’.IncorrectI alone is not sufficient because the word ‘go’ is absent in statement I. Statement II alone is not sufficient because there is no such indication by which we can find out code for ‘go’. Note that you can’t assume that the codes used for words of the statement are in the same order as the words are.

Now when we use the data given in both statements we can get code for ‘may’ only, ie. ‘pic’. - Question 19 of 20
##### 19. Question

Which direction is Shashidhar facing?

I. In the early morning Shashidhar was standing in front of a puppet and the shadow of the puppet was falling to the right of Shashidhar.

II. In the early morning Shashidhar was standing on the ground. His shadow was falling behind him when he turned to his left.CorrectFrom I: It means the sun is to the left of Shashidhar and since it is morning, the left of Shashidhar is East. Hence, Shashidhar is facing South.

From II: Sun is to the left of Shashidhar. Hence, he is facing South.[Since it is morning].IncorrectFrom I: It means the sun is to the left of Shashidhar and since it is morning, the left of Shashidhar is East. Hence, Shashidhar is facing South.

From II: Sun is to the left of Shashidhar. Hence, he is facing South.[Since it is morning]. - Question 20 of 20
##### 20. Question

What is the monthly salary of Praveen?

I. Praveen gets 15% more than Sumit while Sumit gets 10% less than Lokesh.

II. Lokesh’s monthly salary is Rs.2500.CorrectFrom both the given statements, we find that:

Praveen’s salary = 115% of (90% of Rs.2500) = Rs.2587.50.

So, both I and II are required.IncorrectFrom both the given statements, we find that:

Praveen’s salary = 115% of (90% of Rs.2500) = Rs.2587.50.

So, both I and II are required.