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There are three rounds of elections separated by gaps of 4 months, so the candidate is voted for thrice in the election year. If the president of the current term wishes to be reelected, he can stand only for the first round. If he wins, the others bow out of the race. If he does not, the election process progresses into the second round and then the third. Each candidate is awarded points in every round equal to his position in the round. Finally the grand total of points is made and the candidate with the least total is declared the President elected. This year, the President lost the elections. Of the five other candidates, the winner secured the first position only in the last round with a grand total of 7 points. Three candidates had equal total points and the highest score got 4, 5 and 2 points in the first, second and third rounds respectively. There was not tie for any position in any round. In the entire election process, the same person never got elected in the same position more than once. The President will not stand if he loses. 1. Which of the following is an impossible score for any candidate in the first, second and third round respectively? 1. 2. 3. 1, 3, 5 2. 3, 1, 5 3. 5, 1, 3 4. 4. 4 3, 2, 4

How many points did the current President score ? 1. 3 2. 5 3. 6

What is the score of the candidate with the lowest grand total of points in the first, second and third round respectively? 1. 2, 4, 1 2. 4, 2, 1 3. 3, 4, 1 4. 1, 2, 4 What is the possible total score of each candidate who score equal to two other? 1. 2. 3. 4. 9 only 10 only 9 or 10 None of these

4.

Solid DI #39 Number of employees on annual leave Jan 1 20 Jan 16 25 Feb 1 30 Feb 16 X Mar 1 20 Mar 16 15 Apr 1 25 Apr 16 20 May 1 25 May 16 20

1) Employees go on an annual leave only for 45 days at a stretch. 2) Assume that all months are of 30 days and annual leave starts on first or sixteenth of every month. 3) The leave starts from January. 1. How many employees went on leave on Feb 16 ? 1. 2. 3. 4. Max 20 Max 15 Min 5 Can’t say

2.

If x = 20, then how many employees went on leave on Mar 1 ? 1. 2. 3. 4. 20 15 10 5

3.

On May 16, 5 employees were on special leave so that a total of 20% employees were on leave. Total number of employees is 1. 2. 3. 4. 125 100 75 50

4.

How many employees went on leave on Jan 16? 1. 2. 3. 4. 25 20 10 5

Solid DI #40 Once, Raj and Ravi were playing "Book Cricket" using a fifty page book. Ravi batted first. He flipped open the book thrice and every time the unit's place of the page number on the left page was noted. This represented the score made by Ravi on that ball (opening page randomly). {As you know, for any book unit place of page number on left page is 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8. Getting 2, 4 or 6 meant 2, 4 or 6 runs respectively. If one got 8 or 0 it meant getting/scoring 1 run or getting out respectively} In three balls, Ravi made 14 runs. Then Raj opened the book randomly on three occasions and noted his score. It was found that Raj has made more runs than Ravi and hence won the game. 1. By what margin did Raj win? I. 1 run or 2 runs II. 2 runs or 4 runs III. 1 run or 4 runs

1. I only 2. II or III 3. I or III 4. None of these 2. What is the probability that Raj can make 18 runs? 1. 2. 3. 4. 0.008% 0.8% 0.08% 8%

Solid DI # 41 Subhart, a mathematics wizard, develops a coded language. He converts all words in some number series in the following manner: All vowels (and no other consonant) are represented by prime numbers. For all consonants, whose positions in the alphabet series are prime numbers, they are represented by a number which is twice the number giving their positions in the alphabet series. For example: The letter “C” being the 3rd alphabet. Will be denoted by 3 x 2 = 6.

If the position of any consonant in the alphabet series is a number, half of which is a prime number, it is represented by adding a 5 at the end of that number. For example, The letter “Z” being the 26th alphabet, will be represented by 265. All remaining consonants will be represented by a number giving their position in the alphabet series. 1. The word coded as “22 17 12 17 38 8 145 11 22 23 225” isa) PATAMXNEPUR b) FEGTSHNJKID d) TUTUPHENKO 2. The word coded as “38 145 11 16 7 18” is: a) WEAKER b) STRIKE c) SNIPER c) KALASHNIKOV

d) TAURUS

3. The world “CALCUTTA” will be coded as: a) 6 29 8 9 16 18 18 29 b) 20 17 10 20 295 4 4 12 c) 6 17 12 6 29 20 20 17 d) 12 11 15 12 29 20 20 31 Solid DI #42 A vending machine has five switches which, when operated, give Coca-cola, 7-up, Mirinda, Limca and Pepsi depending upon which switch is turned on. The machine is such that each switch supplies two different drinks and each drink is supplied by two different switches. If two switches are turned on, the common drink, if any, nullifies each other and will not come out at all. To get the drink that one wants, one has to turn on the right combination of switches, put in the money, press the delivery button, and the drink comes out. The following information is also given. Turning on switches: I. 1 and 3, we get 7-up and Mirinda. II. 2, 4 and 5, we get 7-up and Mirinda. III. 1 and 2, we get Coca-cola and Pepsi. IV. 1 and 4, we get Limca, Coca-cola, Mirinda and Pepsi. V. 3, 4 and 5, we get Coca-cola and Pepsi. VI. 2, 3 and 5, we get Limca, Coca-cola, Mirinda and Pepsi. Switches 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 do not supply 7-up, Limca, Coca-cola, Mirinda and Pepsi respectively. 1. One of the drinks which will be supplied by turning on switch 1 is a) Limca b) Coca-cola c) Mirinda d) 7-up

2. 7-up is one of the drinks that will be supplied by turning on switch a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4 3. One of the drinks which will be supplied by turning on switch 2 is a) 7-up b) Mirinda c) Limca d) Pepsi 4. What drinks are supplied by turning on switches 2 and 3? a) Mirinda, Limca and 7-up b) Pepsi, Limca and 7-up c) Coca-cola and Mirinda d) Coca-cola, Mirinda, Pepsi and 7-up

Solid DI #43 Directions: Answer Q. 1 to 4, based on following data. In Maro arithmetic code certain operations on the functions of integers P, Q, R and S are performed i. ♣ (P) - ♣ (Q) = ♣ (R) ii. ♣ (Q) - (P) = 11 iii. 3 PQ = 20 R iv. ♦(P) = P × ♣ (P) v. [P × ♣ (Q)]/ ♣P = 16/5 vi. Q × ♣ (R) = 36 vii. ♣ (P) × (Q) = 100 The operations multiplication, division, addition and subtraction retain their usual meanings. 1. What is the value of ♣ (R) ? a) 6 b) 9 c) 21 d) 25

2. What is the value of ♦ (Q) ? a) 24 b) 72 c) 64 d) 128

3. The operation [2 ♦(Q) × ♣ (R) × (P)]/♣ (Q) = a) 150 b) 360 c) 240 d) cannot be determined

4. The operation [♣ (Q) × ♦(R) × ♣ P × ♣P])/[♣ (R) × Q × ♦(P)] = a) (P² + Q²)/R Solid DI #44 Fun is a function which accepts two variables, a and b. Different values of this function are defined as follows: Fun (a, b) = Fun (a - 1, b - 1) if a = b Fun (a, b) = 0 if a = b = 0 b) P.R/Q c) R.Q²/P d) P. Q. R

Fun (a, b) = a + 1 if b = 0 and a ≠ 0 Fun (a, b) = b - 1 if a = 0 and b ≠ 0 Fun (a, b) = Fun (a - 1, b) if a ≠ b and a ≠ 0; b ≠ 0 1. Fun [Fun (3, 0), Fun (4, 3)] = ? a) 4 b) 12 c) 3

d) 7

e) None of these

2. Fun {[Fun (1, 0) × Fun (0, 5)], [Fun (7, 7) × Fun (2, 0)]} = ? a) 15 b) 2 c) 0 d) 9 e) none of these

3. [Fun (3, 7) + Fun (78,3)] × Fun (13, 1) = ? a) 3 b) 5 c) 0 d) 4 e) none of these

4. [Fun (3, 17) × Fun (5, 25)] ÷ Fun (33, 193) =? a) 192 e) None of these b) 384 c) 2 d) 5

5. 2 {[Fun (3, 0) × Fun (17, 9)] × [Fun (5, 5) + Fun (0, 4)]} is same as: a) Fun (21, 22) e) None of these b) Fun (3, 6) c) Fun (7, 4) d) Fun (0, 8)

Solid DI #45 The following table gives some incomplete information on the marks obtained by four students A, B, C & D in four subjects. Physics A 80 B 60 C D 90 Chemistry 70 60 60 70 60 220 Maths English 80 Total

Additional Information: i) A’s Average marks was 72.5, in all four subjects. ii) The Average marks in Physics for all four students was 67.5. iii) B’s Average marks for all four subjects was 1.5 times C’s marks in physics. iv) B & D scored the same marks in English, The average English marks were the same as the average physics marks for all four students. v) The total marks in Chemistry were 10 less than the total in Physics for all four students. 1. Who has the lowest score? (for all four subjects) a) A b) B c) C 2. A’s total marks are: a) 240

d) D

b) 260

c) 270

d) 290

3. The average marks for all four students for all four subjects is closest to: a) 65.625 b) 81.225 c) 99.5 d) 105.6 4. Who scored the highest in Chemistry? a) A b) B 5. Who scored the lowest in Physics? a) A b) B

Solid DI #46

c) C

d) D

c) C

d) D

Directions for questions 1 –2 : Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below Toyota motor company’s teams A, B, C, D, E and F are racing new concept cars competing in a season of 6 races. Points awarded for rank 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are 10, 8, 5, 3, 1 and 0 respectively. Points scored by five teams in the first 4 races are given in the table below. Race 1 2 3 4 Team A 1 0 10 10 Team B 10 1 3 5 Team C Team D 0 3 5 8 3 10 0 1 Team E 8 8 1 0

The Championship is won by the team which scores the highest. Mark 1: Mark 2: Mark 3: Mark 4: If the question can be answered by using one of the statements alone, but cannot be answered using the other, statement alone. If the question can be answered by using other statements alone. If the question can be answered by using both statements together, but cannot be answered by using either statement alone. If the question cannot be answered.

1. If Team C wins the next two races, who wins the championship? I. Team F finishes second in the fifth race. II. Team F does not finish second in the sixth race.

2. If Team E wins the next race and finishes second in the last race, who wins the championship? I. Team D Finishes second in one of the races. II. Team F does not win any race.

Solid DI #47 Directions for questions 1 to 2: Answer the questions on the basis of information given below: The concept cars raced by the six teams A, B, C, D, E and F have the following attributes with regards to their weight and cost: I. II. III. IV. V. VI. ‘A’ is heavier than ‘B’ and costs less than ‘F’. ‘B’ is heavier than ‘E’ and costs more than ‘F’. ‘C’ is lighter than ‘D’ and costs more than ‘A’. ‘D’ is lighter as well as costs less than ‘E’. ‘E’ is lighter as well as costs less than ‘A’. ‘F’ is heavier than ‘A’ and costs more than ‘C’.

1. When arranged in ascending order of weight and descending order of cost, who has the same rank? 1. A 2. E 3. B 4. None of these

2. In order to rank the six teams according to their weight, which of the given statements is redundant? 1. II 2. III 3. V 4. All are required

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