# DATA SUFFICIENCY - 1

Directions (Q.NO. 1 - 5): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

1. Ten persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and J are living in a ten-floor building not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two, and so on till the topmost floor is numbered as ten. No two persons living each other according to alphabetical order. Who is living on the fourth floor of the building?

Statement I: Only five persons are living between G and H, who is living below G but neither of them living on either top or ground floor of the building. C is living between the floors of G and H but not immediately.

Statement II: F is living on an even number floor below the fifth floor of the building. The immediate persons of D according to alphabetical order are living on an odd numbered floor

A) Only Statement I is sufficient.

B) Only Statement II is sufficient.

C) Either the Statement I or Statement II is sufficient

D) Neither the Statement I nor Statement II is sufficient.

E) Both the Statements I and II together is sufficient.

Explanation:

Ans: D

2. Seven persons U, V, W, X, Y, Z and J are sitting in a row, such that some of them face south while some face in the north direction. Is X sitting second to the left of V?

Statement I: Only one person sits between V and W, who sits at an extreme end. X sits at the immediate right of J, who is neither adjacent to W nor faces North. Only one person is sitting between U and X.

Statement II: Only J is adjacent to X, who faces north. W and X are sitting at the extreme ends of the row. W sits fourth to the right of V.

A) Only Statement I is sufficient.

B) Only Statement II is sufficient.

C) Either the Statement I or statement II is sufficient.

D) Neither the Statement I nor Statement II is sufficient.

E) Both the Statement I and Statement II together is sufficient to answer the question.

Explanation:

Ans: B

3. Seven boxes viz. A, B, C, D, E, F and G are kept one above other. How many boxes are kept below box G?

Statement I: Box C is kept third from top. Box D and F are kept together. Box E, which is neither kept adjacent to box F nor box C. Only three boxes are kept between C and D. Box A, which is not kept adjacent to box B, is kept at any place above box G.

Statement II: Only three boxes are kept between box F and A, which is kept second from top. Box B, which is neither kept adjacent to box A nor box F, is kept just below box C. Only three boxes are kept between box D and box C.

A) Only Statement I is sufficient.

B) Only Statement II is sufficient.

C) Either the Statement I or Statement II is sufficient.

D) Neither the Statement I nor Statement II is sufficient.

E) Both the Statements I and II together are sufficient.

Explanation:

Ans: A

4. Six persons C, D, E, F, G and H were born in six different months viz. January, March, June, August, September and November of a year but not necessarily in the same order. Only one person was born in one month. Who among the following has born in a month immediately after G?

Statement I: C was born before June. Only one person born between C and F. D was born immediately after C. E was born before C. G was born after F.

Statement II: F was born after D. C was born before F. Only two persons were born between C and F.

A) Only Statement I is sufficient.

B) Only Statement II is sufficient.

C) Either the Statement I or Statement II is sufficient.

D) Neither the Statement I nor Statement II is sufficient.

E) Both the Statement I and Statement II together is sufficient.

Explanation:

Ans: D

5. Seven persons namely – J, K, L, M, N, O and P have different heights. How many persons are taller than M?

Statement I: M is taller to N, K but not as much as J, L. N is taller to P, O but not as much as L, J. L is only short to one person and O is shortest among all.

Statement II: N is taller to O, P but not as much as L, M. K is taller to N, P but not as much as M, L. J is tallest among all. P is only taller to O.

A) Only Statement I is sufficient.

B) Only Statement II is sufficient.

C) Either the Statement I or Statement II is sufficient.

D) Neither the Statement I nor Statement II is sufficient

E) Both the Statements I and II together is sufficient.

Explanation:

Ans: E

Directions (Q.NO. 6 - 7): Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

6. Eight members A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are sitting in a straight line facing north. Each one likes different colours viz. Red, White, Green, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Violet, and Brown, but not necessarily in the same order. Who likes Red?

Statement I: E is second to left of one who likes White. Three persons are sitting between one who likes white and H, who is not at any end.

Statement II: The one who likes Blue is immediate right of H. C is second to right of one who likes Blue. The one who likes Red is immediate left of the one who likes Green and both are not at any end.

Statement III: H doesn’t like Green. One person is sitting between G and H. G likes either Pink or Brown. B is immediate right of F.

A) The data in statement I and statement II together are sufficient, while the data in statement III are not required to answer the question.

B) The data in statement I and statement III together are sufficient, while the data in statement II are not required to answer the question.

C) The data in statement II and statement III are sufficient, while the data in statement I are not required to answer the question.

D) The data in all three statements I, II and III together are necessary to answer the question.

E) The data in all the statements I, II and III even together are not sufficient to answer the question.

Explanation:

Ans: D

7. Seven boxes – P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are arranged one above another in a stack. Each box is coated with different colours viz. Pink, Green, Brown, Red, Purple, White, and Yellow but not necessarily in the same order. Which box is coated with red colour?

Statement I. Three boxes are between box P and the box which is coated with Yellow. As many boxes are below box Q is the same as above the box which is coated with Pink. As many boxes are placed above the box which is coated with Red is one more than the boxes placed below box Q.

Statement II. One box is between box V and the box which is coated with White. Two boxes are between box V and box S, which is placed at either top or bottom. One box is between box S and the box which is coated with Green.

Statement III. Two boxes are between the box which is coated with Purple and box V, which is not placed at either top or bottom. One box is between box T and the box which is coated with Pink, which is below box T. One box is between box Q and the box which is coated with Purple. The box which is coated with Red is placed two boxes below box P.

A) The data in statement I and statement II together are sufficient.

B) The data in statements II and III together are sufficient

C) The data in statements I, II, and III are sufficient.

D) The data in statements I, II, and III are not sufficient to answer the question.

E) The data in statements I and III together are sufficient

Explanation:

Ans: E

Posted Date : 03-02-2023

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