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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 - How many students are there in the class?

I. Prakash is 12^{th} from right hand and dhanush is 14^{th} from left hand.

II. After interchanging their locations, Prakash becomes 20^{th} from right hand.

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 get the answer. The total number of students is 20 + 14 – 1 = 33. 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 2 - In a certain coding system, 213 equals find a home. What is the coding for ‘a’ in that system?

I. 912 equals for a girl.

II. 826 equals for your eyes.

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.

Statement I individually is adequate to answer the question because by comparing the question and the point I, we can get the coding for ‘a’. Hence option A 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 3 - Among Raja, Pappu, Giri and Farooq who is burdensome?

I. Giri is burdensome than Farooq.

II. Raja is burdensome than Pappu.

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.

Q 4 - When is Dussehra?

I. Dussehra falls in October.

II. Dussehra is a major festival of Hindus.

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 A is adequate to answer the question.

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

I. If PICKLE is coded as QJDLMF.

II. If TANGLE is coding as UBOHMF.

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. YAMUNA will be coding as ZBNVOB.

Q 6 - Which of the numbers between p, q, r, s, t are even numbers?

I. p, q, r, s, t are consecutive numbers.

II. s is an odd number.

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 required to answer the question. Once we get the odd number from the list of consecutive numbers then we can find the other even and odd numbers.

Q 7 - What is the gap between M and N?

I. The gap between M to O is 18 cm.

II. The gap between O to N is 6 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 N is in the line of M and O or not. Hence option D is correct.

Q 8 - How old is Pritam now?

I. Pritam was twice as old as his brother 3 years back and his brother Nirupam’s age now is 15 years.

II. Pritam was 10 years old when her brother Nirupam was born.

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 age of Pritam. Point II is not adequate to answer the question, hence option A is correct.

Q 9 - What is the gap between Q and S?

I. The gap between Q to D is 15 m.

II. The gap between D to S is 20 m.

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 S is in the line of Q and D or not. Hence option D is correct.

Q 10 - Surya Prakash scored an aggregate of 75 marks in AEC, DEC, and ACT. How much did he get in AEC?

I. His aggregate in DEC and ACT is 80.

II. He got 78 marks in ACT.

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

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