What is the maximum possible difference b/w the sum of numbers on all the shirts of any two persons ?
a) 22
b) 23
c)21
d)30
What is the minimum possible difference b/w the sum of nos on all the shirts of any two persons ?
a) 5
b) 6
c) 1
d)10
If a shirt numbered 14 is given to anyone except the person having the maximum no of shirts without violating any of the earlier conditions. The sum of the nos all the shirts of C is more than that of B, then what is the sum of all the nos on the shirt of A ?
a) 18
b) 14
c) 32
d) CBD
Which of the following conditions is required to get the unique solution for the distribution ?
a) The sum of all the nos on all the shirts of one of the person is a perfect cube
b) The sum of nos on all the shirts of C is 19
c) Twice the total of nos on all the shirts of A is equal to the total of numbers on all the shirt of B
d) Any of the above
What percentage of total expenditure did they spend on common rides?
(1) 40
(2) 50
(3) 55
(4) 25
If Humayun was an adult, which of the following rides he must have went for?
(1) R3
(2) R6
(3) R5
(4) R2
If Aurangzeb and Babar were children, then what was the least number of rides which were rode by both of them?
(1) 0
(2) 1
(3) 2
(4) 3
If Jahangir did not go for R2, then Humayun must have went for ______
(1) R2
(2) R3
(3) R4
(4) Cannot be determined
Which of the following statements will give us a clear distribution?
(1) Both Shahjahan and Aurangzeb went for four rides each.
(2) Babar, Akbar and Shahjahan were children.
(3) No ride was visited by both Akbar and Jahangir.
(4) None of the above.
If ‘n’ represents the number of leaders sitting between Ajeet and Azad, which of the following is not a possible value of ‘n’?
(a) 0
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) 5
Which two leaders, among the given pairs, cannot sit adjacent to each other?
(a) Mukul and Kamal
(b) Azad and Ambika
(c) Kamal and Kapil
(d) Ajeet and Mukul
Now Sum of two shirts of A = 10/12/14/16/18/20/22
now Check 10=4+6 , this is not possible for C
Check 12= this is not possible for C
only two cases are possible 14 & 18
when A=14 (4+10) and when A=18 (8+10)
case1- when A=4,10 then C=1,6,8,12 , D=9 and B=2,3,5,7,11
Case2- When A=8,10 then C=1,6,12 , D=9 and B=2,3,4,5,7,11
So OA = B,C,A,D
Which of the following is an acceptable combination of a group of three?
a) Rohit, John, Kavya
b) Rahul, Kamal, Nusarat
c) Rohit, Nusarat, Rahul
d) Rohit, Nusarat, Rehana
Which of the following is an acceptable combination of a group of four?
a) Rohit, Nusarat, Rehana, John
b) Rahul, John, Kavya, Kamal
c) Rahul, John, Rehana, Kamal
d) Rehana, Kamal, Rohit, Nusarat
Which of the following statements is true?
a) Kavya and Rohit both can be selected in a group of four.
b) A group of four can have both the women.
c) A group of four can have four men.
d) None of the above
If a group of five members has to be selected, then in how many ways is it possible such that Kamal is definitely a member of the group?
a) 1
b) 0
c) 2
d) 3
Further information is also known:
i. Two buses to the same destination cannot start at the same time.
ii. If the timings of two buses plying different routes but heading towards the same destination clash, then the bus of the route number having the shorter time interval will skip this journey.
iii. Buses on two different routes ply between ISBT and Mehrauli.
iv. The difference between the time intervals of a route to Mehrauli and Uttam Nagar is equal to the difference between the time intervals of the two routes to Uttam Nagar.
v. Buses on a route to Mehrauli leaves after every 10 min.
vi. 414 leaves for Badarpur after every 30 min.
vii. Time intervals between two different routes heading towards the same destination cannot be equal.
viii. Buses on one of the routes to Uttam Nagar leave after every 15 min.
ix. Buses to any destination can leave from ISBT with an interval of at least one minute or an integral multiple of one minute.
1 - If 427 leaves to Mehrauli after every 10 min, then in a given hour a minimum of how many buses can ply on route 427?
a) 3
b) 4
c) 6
d) 2
2 - On a festival day, if frequency of all buses was increased by decreasing the time interval of all the routes by 5 min, then what can be the minimum time difference between any two buses plying to Mehrauli?
a) 2 min
b) 5 min
c) 1 min
d) None of these
3 - Which of the following statements is necessarily TRUE?
a) A maximum of 3 buses can depart at a given time.
b) Maximum of 11 buses can depart for Mehrauli in 1 hour.
c) Maximum difference between the intervals of the buses plying to Uttam Nagar and Badarpur is 10 min.
d)The difference between the time intervals of buses plying to Uttam Nagar is an integral multiple of 5 min.
4 - If condition (iii) is not there, then what can be the minimum difference between the time intervals between the buses plying to Uttam Nagar?
a 2 min
b 3 min
c 4 min
d 5 min
1 - A Tsuande female could have:
I. A grandfather born as a Molango.
II. A grandmother born as a Molango.
III.Both the grandfathers born as a Tsuande.
a) I only
b) III only
c) I and II only
d) II and III only
2 - Which of the following is not permitted under the rules?
a) A Tsuande male marrying his father’s sister.
b) A Molango female marrying her mother’s unmarried brother.
c) A man born as a Molango and now a widower, marrying his brother’s widow.
d) A widower marrying his wife’s sister.
3 - If widowers and divorced males retained the group they went into upon marrying, which of the following would be permissible?
a) A woman marrying her dead sister’s husband.
b) A woman marrying her divorced daughter’s ex-husband.
c) A widower marrying his brother’s daughter.
d) A woman marrying her mother’s brother who is a widower
It is known:
i. New students join the school only in class V.
ii. No student leaves the school before passing out class X.
iii. The students who fail in a class in a year will study in the same class next year.
What was the maximum possible number of students who joined the school in 2011?
a) 100
b) 76
c) 75
d) None of these
In 2010, which of the following was not a possible pass percentage of class VI?
a) 60%
b) 16%
c) 58.66%
d) More than one of these
(i) The director with the least annual income is not the oldest. The director with the highest annual
income is older than one of the two female directors and younger than the other.
(ii) The absolute difference between the annual incomes of Manjit and Daljit is Rs. 15 lakhs.
(iii) The annual income of Charjit is not the highest among the five directors.
(iv) The annual income of the older female director is more than that of the younger female director.
(v) Manjit is the youngest among the male directors and Jasjit is the older of the two female directors.
Parjit was older than both Manjit and Jasjit.
(vi) The annual income of one among Parjit, Daljit and Jasjit is the average of the annual incomes of the
other two.
What is the annual income (in Rs. Lakhs) of Parjit?
(a) 40
(b) 45
(c) 50
(d) Cannot be determined
What is the annual income (in Rs. Lakhs) of the oldest among the five directors?
(a) 45
(b) 50
(c) 60
(d) 75
What is the absolute difference (in Rs. Lakhs) between the annual incomes of the younger female
director and the youngest male director?
(a) 10
(b) 30
(c) 15
(d) None of these
Answer2- A Molango female’s mother’s unmarried brother is a Molango. Hence, according to the rules they cannot get married. Hence 2
Answer3- A woman’s mother’s brother is born in the same group as she is born in. But as he is a widower, he will be in the other group and hence, they can marry. Hence 4
]]>How much time would the event occupy, if organized efficiently (i.e. each guy moves immediately on to the next girl when the time is up)?
a) 4m minutes
b) 4n minutes
c) 4mn minutes
d) 4(m + n) minutes
In how many different ways could the final lists be made by the girls?
a) mn
b) nm+1
c) 2^m *n
d) (m + 1)n
Each boy has to meet n girls and will require at least 4n minutes.
Similarly each girl has to meet m guys and will take a minimum of 4m minutes.
But m > n and hence 4m > 4n;
thus the time needed for the event would be 4m minutes. so OA=1
Each of the n girls has 2m ways of writing her list
Now every girl has 2 options for a guy either he will choose them or reject them .. Same for other guy & same for .. so 2 * 2 * 2 * 2....m =2^m
so n * 2^m
In case if your are interested in the final arrangement
1 | 13 | 3 | 15 |
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11 | 9 | 7 | 5 |
12 | 2 | 14 | 4 |
First, Casey looks at the number on the leftmost card and says, "I don't have enough information to determine the other two numbers." Then Tracy looks at the number on the rightmost card and says, "I don't have enough information to determine the other two numbers." Finally, Stacy looks at the number on the middle card and says, "I don't have enough information to determine the other two numbers." Assume that each person knows that the other two reason perfectly and hears their comments. What number is on the middle card?
a. 2
b. 3
c. 4
d. 5
e. CBD
Which of the following is one of the married couples?
a. A & B
b. B & E
c. D & E
d. A & D
What is E’s profession?
a. Engineer
b. Lawyer
c. Professor
d. Accountant
How many members of the group are males?
a. 2
b. 3
c. 4
d. Cannot be determined
The maximum possible number of candidates is ?
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