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data sufficiency questions and answers paper 161 - skillgun

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Each question given below has a problem and two statements numbered I and II giving certain information. You have to decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem. Indicate your answer as (a) if the data in the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question; (b) if the data in the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question; (c) if the data either in I or II alone are sufficient to answer to question; (d) if the data even in both the statements together are not sufficient to answer the question; (e) if the data in both the statement together are needed.

**Description :**Clearly we have the order: Kiran, John, Khaja.
From I we have the order : Satish, Kiran, John, khaja.
From II we get the complete sequence as Satish, Kiran, John, Khaja, Ramesh.
Clearly John is in the middle.
So both I and II are required.

**Description :**From II, we can conclude that 300 eggs were sold on Saturday.
From I, we find that number of eggs sold on Sunday is 310.
So both the statements are required to answer this question.

**Description :**From both the given statements Priya's salary is Rs.2587.50.
So both I and II are required.

**Description :**From I and II , we find that Satish read 400 pages before Sunday and the last 70 pages on Monday.
This means that he read 130 pages on Sunday.

**Description :**The present price of the television can be calculated from statement II as follows.
Let the earlier price be Rs x.
The x+10% of x is 22000. so the original price is 20000.
So only II is needed.

**Description :**Clearly from the first statement we can make out that "vunu" is repeating and "you" is repeating in the meaning. So "vunu" means you in that tribal language.
So 1st statement alone is sufficient.
2nd statement really doesn't give any clue.

**Description :**Clearly from the 1st statement we get to know that "drani" means "sleep". Because only sleep is repeating in the main statement and 1st statement and "drani" is repeating.
But from 2nd statement it is not possible to deduct what is the code for "sleep", as both the words "drani" and "dule" are repeating in 2nd statement.
So only option 1 is sufficient to find the solution.

**Description :**From both statements, we find that maximum is 900 visitors saw the exhibition.
But the exact number cannot be determined because we are not really sure if each person with ticket carried 3 persons along.
Some may and some may not.
So we can't really predict how many visitors are there in park yesterday. We can find only maximum, not exact figure.

**Description :**From statements I and II together, we find that Samsung sells only mobile phones and total sale of mobile phones is Rs.20,00,000, which is also the total sale of the company.
So both I and II are required.

**Description :**Even both the statements together are not sufficient to answer the question.