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DI Test 125

Directions for Questions from 1 to 5:

Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

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 bar

– graph 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.

1. Which of the following two siblings played Hockey?

Armaan and Aaqib

Aaqib and Atif

Atif and Armaan

Atif and Azhar

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

Armaan

Aslam

Aaqib

Atif

Azhar

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

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Five

Four

Three

Two

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Directions for Questions from 6 to 10:

For Independence Day celebration, Deepak brought some candies to distribute among his favourite students Upasana, Pooja, Tanisha and

Ramneet. But they were busy in flag hoisting ceremony; Deepak sir put the candies box on a table and told them to share equally. Immediately

after the flag hoisting, Pooja, who is very fond of cadies took her share and 3 candies extra. But none of the other three observed her. After some

time Ramnet, an honest girl took exactly one-fourth of the candies, from the box. Then, Upasana took one-third of the remaining candies. Finally,

innocent Tanisha, who did not know that all the other three had taken their shares, took exactly one-fourth of the remaining candies as her share,

leaving the rest in the box.

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

Swimming

Cricket

Basketball

Both (2) and (3)

Both (1) and (3)

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5. What is the value of (6 – S)?

4

3

2

1

Cannot be uniquely determined

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6. If the number of candies left on the table, after all the four girls took their shares, was equal to the

number of candies that Pooja got; how many candies did Ramneet get?

6

18

36

30

24

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7. If Upasana got 18 candies, how many candies did Deepak bring?

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8. If the number of candies that Pooja got was equal to the number of candies that both Upasana and

Tanisha got together, how many candies did Deepak bring?

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9. What was the least possible number of candies that Deepak could bring?

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10. Which of the students got equal number of candies?

Upasana and Pooja

Pooja and Tanisha

Ramneet and Upasana

Poooja and Ramneet

Upasana and Tanisha

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Directions for Questions from 1 to 5:

Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

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 bar

– graph 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.

1. Which of the following two siblings played Hockey?

Armaan and Aaqib

Aaqib and Atif

Atif and Armaan

Atif and Azhar

Cannot be determined

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

Armaan

Aslam

Aaqib

Atif

Azhar

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

Six

Five

Four

Three

Two

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Archives

Forums

B-Schools

Events

MBA

Vocabulary

http://www.complore.com/test4PDF.php?id=378

Directions for Questions from 6 to 10:

For Independence Day celebration, Deepak brought some candies to distribute among his favourite students Upasana, Pooja, Tanisha and

Ramneet. But they were busy in flag hoisting ceremony; Deepak sir put the candies box on a table and told them to share equally. Immediately

after the flag hoisting, Pooja, who is very fond of cadies took her share and 3 candies extra. But none of the other three observed her. After some

time Ramnet, an honest girl took exactly one-fourth of the candies, from the box. Then, Upasana took one-third of the remaining candies. Finally,

innocent Tanisha, who did not know that all the other three had taken their shares, took exactly one-fourth of the remaining candies as her share,

leaving the rest in the box.

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

Swimming

Cricket

Basketball

Both (2) and (3)

Both (1) and (3)

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5. What is the value of (6 – S)?

4

3

2

1

Cannot be uniquely determined

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6. If the number of candies left on the table, after all the four girls took their shares, was equal to the

number of candies that Pooja got; how many candies did Ramneet get?

6

18

36

30

24

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7. If Upasana got 18 candies, how many candies did Deepak bring?

68

100

132

170

200

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8. If the number of candies that Pooja got was equal to the number of candies that both Upasana and

Tanisha got together, how many candies did Deepak bring?

100

132

164

200

None

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9. What was the least possible number of candies that Deepak could bring?

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32

68

36

56

72

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10. Which of the students got equal number of candies?

Upasana and Pooja

Pooja and Tanisha

Ramneet and Upasana

Poooja and Ramneet

Upasana and Tanisha

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