# DATA SUFFICIENCY

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. Eight boxes - P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are kept one above another not necessarily in the same order. Box R is kept third from bottom at a gap of two boxes from box S, which is kept adjacent to box Q and box P is kept at a gap of one box from Q. Which box is kept immediate above box T?

Statement I: Box V is kept at a gap of two boxes from box P and Box W is neither kept at bottom nor adjacent of R. Box V is kept at a gap of two boxes from box U.

Statement II: Box U is kept at a gap of two boxes from box V, which is kept adjacent of box R. Box W is kept immediate neighbour of box P.

A) Statement I is sufficient

B) Statement II is sufficient

C) Both the two statements I and II together is necessary

D) Either statement I or statement II is sufficient

E) Neither statement I nor statement II is sufficient

2. Seven persons – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting in a row in such a way that some are facing North while others are facing South. A sits third to left of E, either of them sits at end of the row. F sits immediate left of A. F sits second to left of D, who is facing South. How many persons are facing South?

Statement I: Person, who is sitting immediate neighbour of D sits fourth to right of G. Persons sit at ends of the row are facing in opposite directions and C sits third from right end. E faces North direction.

Statement II: Person, who is sitting immediate left of F sits fourth to right of G. C sits second to left of E.

A) Statement I is sufficient

B) Statement II is sufficient

C) Both the two statements I and II together is necessary

D) Either statement I or statement II is sufficient

E) Neither statement I nor statement II is sufficient

3. Eight persons O, P, Q, R, S, T, U and V live on eight different floors, such that lowermost floor is numbered 1, the above floor is numbered 2, and the topmost floor is numbered 8 but not necessarily in the same order. Who lives immediately above S?

Statement I: S lives on even numbered floor but above third floor. Three persons live between S and Q. Number of persons live above Q is two more than number of persons live below V. Two persons live between V and T, who lives below S. Neither R nor P lives immediately above T.

Statement II: Two persons live between S and Q. R lives above U. As many persons live above Q as below T. No one lives below U.

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 II together is sufficient

4. By using which statement we can conclude ‘Some Pens are Paper is a possibility’?

Statement I: All Pens are Keys, Only few Keys are Books, No Book is Paper.

Statement II: All Keys are Paper, All Papers are Locks, No Lock is Pen.

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 II together is sufficient

5. Six persons namely – A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in a circular table facing centre but not necessarily in same order. Each person likes different Colour Blue, Red, Orange, Green, Yellow and Black not necessary in same order. Who sits immediate right of the one who likes Yellow?

Statement I: E sits second to left of D, who sits third to right of B. One who likes Black sits immediate neighbour of B and sits second to right of one who likes Blue. One who likes Black sits immediate right of A who likes Green. F sits second to left of one who likes Orange, who sits immediate neighbour of C.

Statement II: D likes Blue sits second to left of F, who sits second to left of E. C sits second to the left of A, who sits immediate left of one who likes Black and A likes Green. The One who likes Red sit immediate neighbour of F. E likes Orange.

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 II is sufficient

E) Both the statement I and II together is sufficient

Explanation: Statement II:

Directions (Q.NO. 6 - 8): 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 persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H have different weights but not necessarily in the same order. Who among the following person is the second heaviest?

Statement I: G is heavier than only two persons. H is lighter than F but heavier than C. A is heavier than C and E, who is lighter than G. D is lighter than F but not the lightest.

Statement II: H is heavier than E but lighter than F. E is lighter than A, who is not heavier than D. A is heavier than E and B, who is not
heavier than C.

Statement III: Not more than two persons are heavier than D. A is heavier than C but lighter than H, who is lighter than D. E is heavier than only B. C is heavier than G but lighter than F, who is heavier than D.

A) Statements I and II together are sufficien

B) Statement III alone is sufficient

C) Statements I, II, and III are sufficient

D) Statements I, II, and III are not sufficient

E) statements I and III together are sufficient

Explanation:

Ans: B

7. A certain number of persons are sitting in a straight line and facing north. The information about some of them is given. How many persons are sitting in the straight line?

Statement I: K is third to right of P. K is sitting exactly between P and J. S and J are immediate neighbours. M is immediate right of S.

Statement II: Three persons are sitting between R and M. R and K are immediate neighbours. As many persons between K and F is one less than the left of F.

Statement III: As many persons between R and J is as to the right of G. T is immediate left of P. F is exactly between T and K. G is third to right of M.

A) Statement I and II together are sufficient

B) All the statements I, II and III even together are not sufficient

C) Statement II and III are sufficient

D) All three statements I, II and III together are necessary

E) Statement I and III together are sufficient

Ans: D

8. Eight boxes J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are arranged one above another in a stack. Each box coated with different colours viz. Red, White, Green, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Brown and Maroon, but not necessarily in the same order. Which is Red box?

Statement I: Only two boxes are above the box O, which is immediate above the box coated with Green. One box is between Green box and White box.

Statement II: Three boxes between box O and box J, which is immediate below Brown box. Two boxes are between brown box and Red box.

Statement III: Maroon box is immediate above pink box. Three boxes are between Pink box and box L. Box K is above the Red box.

A) Statement I and III together are sufficient

B) All three statements I, II and III together are necessary

C) Statement I and II together are sufficient

D) All the statements, I, II and III even together are not sufficient

E) Statement II and III are sufficient

Explanation:

Ans: C

Posted Date : 02-02-2023

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