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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to **Data Sufficiency**. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using **Show Answer** button. You can use **Next Quiz** button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

Following question has a question and the points characterised as I and II. You have to decide whether the evidence provided in the points are adequate to answer the question. Read both the points and give your answer.

Q 1 - Ranjan, Agarkar and Sangram’s wage is in the scale 1:3:5, respectively. How much is Agarkar’s wage?

I. The difference between Agarkar and Sangram’s wage is thrice that of Ranjan and Agarkar.

II. Agarkar gets 5200 less than that of Sangram.

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

By subtracting Agarkar’s wage and calculating with the scale given we can get the answer. Hence option B is the correct answer.

Following question has a question and the points characterised as I and II. You have to decide whether the evidence provided in the points are adequate to answer the question. Read both the points and give your answer.

Q 2 - The summation of ages of F, D and E is 45 years. What is E’s age?

I. F is 15 years old.

II. E is 10 years bigger than D.

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

Both I and II statements are necessary to answer the question. By subtracting F’s age 15 years to 45, we get 30 years. From II statement, comparing E’s age and D’s age, we can get the answer. Hence option E is correct.

Following question has a question and the points characterised as I and II. You have to decide whether the evidence provided in the points are adequate to answer the question. Read both the points and give your answer.

Q 3 - What is the gap between A and G?

I. The gap between A to B is 8 cm.

II. The gap between B to G is 16 cm.

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

Both the options are not adequate to answer the question. Because we don’t know that whether G is in the line of A and B or not. Hence option D is correct.

Q 4 - How is S related to R?

I. S is mother of P.

II. P is husband of R.

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

Both are required and after matching we can deduce that S is mother-in-law of R.

Q 5 - How BEAR will be coded? Find out from the points given below.

I. If FOUR is coding as RUOF.

II. If GREEN is coding as NEERG.

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

Either I or II are adequate to answer the question. BEAR will be coding as RAEB.

Q 6 - How many spectators went to Eden Gardens this year?

I. Last year 80000 tourists went to Eden gardens.

II. This year there is a decrease of 8% from the last year.

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

Both the options are necessary to answer the question. Hence option E.

Q 7 - How many test matches have Lord’s hosted?

I. SCG have hosted 150 numbers of tests.

II. Lord’s hosted tests 5 less than that of MCG. MCG has hosted 168.

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

Only point II is eligible to answer the question. Hence the option B is taken.

Q 8 - I, J, K, L are positioned in a line. What is the location of J?

I. J is not positioned in one of the sides.

II. K sits to the right hand of J.

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

Both the points are required to answer the question.

Q 9 - What is coding for get?

I. get that suit is coding as fr tt gh

II. find that suit is coding as kl tt gh

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

Only point I is adequate to answer the question. Hence option A is the correct answer.

Q 10 - Dinesh Kulkarni scored an aggregate of 60 marks in A, B, and C subjects. How much did he get in B?

I. His aggregate in A and C is 55.

II. He got 42 marks in C.

D - If the detail even in both the points together are not adequate to answer the question.

E - If the detail in both the points I and II together are needed to answer the question.

From point I only, we can get the marks in B by subtracting total marks of all three subject by the total marks in two subjects. But from II we can’t get any answer. Hence option A is correct.

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