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Quantitative Reasoning Data Sufficiency Online Test 4 Mcqs

Test Name Q-R Data Sufficiency Test
Subject Aptitude Advance
Test Type Mcqs
Total Question 20
Total Marks 40
Total Time 20
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GMAT Math Data Sufficiency questions consist of a question followed by two statements. Your task is to decide whether the information in the statements is sufficient to answer the question.The Quantitative Reasoning measure of the GMAT General Math Test assesses your basic mathematical skills, understanding of elementary mathematical concepts and ability to reason quantitatively as well. In statistics, a statistic is sufficient with respect to a statistical model and its associated unknown parameter if “no other statistic that can be calculated from the same sample provides any additional information as to the value of the parameter.

In particular, a statistic is sufficient for a family of probability distributions if the sample from which it is calculated gives no additional information than does the statistic, as to which of those probability distributions is that of the population from which the sample was taken.In order to take complete perfection on analytical as well as aptitude capability Just take the Free online Quantitative Reasoning Sufficiency Online Mock Test 4 mcqs being dispatched over here.

Quantitative Reasoning Data Sufficiency Online Test 4 Question Answers

Aptitude

1. Mohan is 6 years older than Sohan. What will be the sum of their percent ages?

A.  After 6 years the ratio of their ages will be 6:5.

B.  The ratio of their present ages is 5:4.

C.  6 years ago the ratio of their ages was 4:3.

The following questions are accompanied by three statements A,B and C . You have to determine which statements is are sufficient necessary to answer the questions.

Question 1 of 15

2. X, Y and Z are integers. Is X an odd number?

I.  An odd number is obtained when X is divided by 5.

II.  (X + Y) is an odd number.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer to answer the question. Read both the statements and

Question 2 of 15

3. How much does Murli weigh?

A.  Murli and Nisha together weigh 120 kg.

B.  Murli weighs twice as much as Nisha.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 3 of 15

4. If he did not sop along the way, what speed did Bill average on his 3 hour trip?

I. He traveled a total of 120 miles.

II. He traveled half the distance at 30 mils per hour and half the distance at 60 miles per hour.

In each of the problems, two statements containing certain data follow a question. Determine whether the data provided by the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Choose the correct answer based upon the statements data, your knowledge of mathematics, and your familiarity with every day facts.

Question 4 of 15

5. How much will be the cost of carpeting a rectangular hall?

I.  Perimeter of a rectangle is 60 m

II.  Angle between width and hypotenuse is 60°

III. The cost of carpeting the surface floor isζ 125 per sq.m

Each of these has a question followed by three statements numbered I,II and III. Decide data in which of the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

Question 5 of 15

6. On a certain construction crew there are 3 carpenters for every 2 painters. What percent of the entire crew are carpenters or painters?

I.  Eighteen percent of the crew are carpenters

II.  Twelve percent of the crew are painters.

In each of the problems, two statements containing certain data follow a question. Determine whether the data provided by the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Choose the correct answer based upon the statements data, your knowledge of mathematics, and your familiarity with every day facts.

Question 6 of 15

7. In a two-digit number, the digit at units place is 4 more than the digit at tens place. Find the two-digit number.

I.  Sum of their digits is 10.

II.  The difference between the number and the number obtained by interchanging the position of the digits is 36.

Each of the questions below consists of questions 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. Read both the statements and give answer as:

Question 7 of 15

8. Sonu's income is how much more than Monu's?

A.  Sonu's income is 30% less than her husband;s whose provident fund deduction at the rate of 5% is ζ 975 per month.

B.  Monu spends 30% of her income on house rent, 15% of which is electricity bill.

C.  Sonu's expenditure on house rent is ζ 4,500 more than that of Monu's

The following questions are accompanied by three statements A,B and C . You have to determine which statements is are sufficient necessary to answer the questions.

Question 8 of 15

9. What selling price should be marked on the article?

I.  Discount of 5% is to be given and profit percentage should be double the discount. Purchase cost is in the range of ζ 300-400.

II.  10% discount is to be allowed and 15% profit is to be obtained on the purchase cost of ζ200 of the article.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer to answer the question. Read both the statements and

Question 9 of 15

10. Find three positive consecutive even numbers.

A.  The average of four consecutive even numbers starting from the last of the given numbers is 17.

B. The difference of the highest and the lowest number is 4.

C. The sum of the squares of the three numbers is 440.

The following questions are accompanied by three statements A,B and C . You have to determine which statements is are sufficient necessary to answer the questions.

Question 10 of 15

11. How much minimum marks will be required to pass an examination?

I.  Student A secured 32% marks in that examination and he failed by 1 mark. Student B secured 36% marks in the same examination and his marks were 1 more than the minimum pass marks.

II.   Student A secured 30% of full marks in the examination and he failed by 2 marks. If he had secured 5 more marks his percentage of marks would have been 40%.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer to answer the question. Read both the statements and

Question 11 of 15

12. What is the height of a right angled triangle?

I.  The area of the right angled triangle is equal to the area of a rectangle whose breath is 12 cm.

II.  The length of the rectangle is 18 cm.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer to answer the question. Read both the statements and

Question 12 of 15

13. Are at least 20 percent of the people in City H who are 30 years old or loder bilingual?

I.  In City H 30 percent of the population is at least 30 years old.

II. In City H, of the population 30 years old or older, 18 percent of the women and 17 percent of the men are bilingual.

In each of the problems, two statements containing certain data follow a question. Determine whether the data provided by the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Choose the correct answer based upon the statements data, your knowledge of mathematics, and your familiarity with every day facts.

Question 13 of 15

14. Which is the two-digit number?

I.   The difference between the two-digit number and the number formed by interchanging the digits is 27.

II.  The difference between the two digits is 3.

III.  The digit at unit's place is less than that at ten's place by 3.

Each of these has a question followed by three statements numbered I,II and III. Decide data in which of the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

Question 14 of 15

15. If there is an average of 250 words on each page, how many pages can Michael read in an hour?

I.  There is an average of 25 ten-word lines on each page.

II.  Michael can read 30 ten-word lines per minute.

In each of the problems, two statements containing certain data follow a question. Determine whether the data provided by the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Choose the correct answer based upon the statements data, your knowledge of mathematics, and your familiarity with every day facts.

Question 15 of 15


 

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