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Mr. Brown, a shopkeeper, purchased eight bundles of magazines (bundle 1 to bundle 8). Each bundle contained a different number of magazines and he purchased each bundle at a different cost. He sold the magazines from these eight bundles over a period of six weeks, from week 1 to week 6, such that he first sold all the magazines from bundle 1, after which he sold all the magazines from the next bundle, i.e. bundle 2 and so on, until bundle 8. All the magazines that he sold in any week were sold at the same price, which however, was different for each of the six weeks. Further, for each magazine that he sold, CP of that magazine was calculated as the cost of the bundle which that magazine is from, divided by the number of magazines in that bundle.
The table below provides the number of magazines in each bundle and the price (in $) at which he purchased each bundle and the second table provides the number of magazines that he sold on each of the six weeks and the price (in $) per magazine on each week.
Q. Key in the number of the week in which Mr. Brown made the third highest percent of profit.
Directions: Study the given information and answer the following question.
In a quiz competition, two academies  Alex Academy and Zed Academy  with five groups each competed against each other such that each group of an academy competed against all the five groups of the other academy exactly once. In any round, the winner was given three points, and the loser was awarded no points. In case of a draw, the two groups were awarded one point each.
The table below provides partial information about the wins, draws and losses of each group:
Moreover, it is also known that:
(A) Each group won at least one round.
(B) G_{1} lost the round against K_{5}, while G_{4} lost against K_{1}.
Q. Which of the following groups drew the maximum number of rounds?
Directions: Study the given information and answer the following question.
In a quiz competition, two academies  Alex Academy and Zed Academy  with five groups each competed against each other such that each group of an academy competed against all the five groups of the other academy exactly once. In any round, the winner was given three points, and the loser was awarded no points. In case of a draw, the two groups were awarded one point each.
The table below provides partial information about the wins, draws and losses of each group:
Moreover, it is also known that:
(A) Each group won at least one round.
(B) G_{1} lost the round against K_{5}, while G_{4} lost against K_{1}.
Q. K_{2} lost a round against which of the following groups
Directions: Study the given information and answer the following question.
In a quiz competition, two academies  Alex Academy and Zed Academy  with five groups each competed against each other such that each group of an academy competed against all the five groups of the other academy exactly once. In any round, the winner was given three points, and the loser was awarded no points. In case of a draw, the two groups were awarded one point each.
The table below provides partial information about the wins, draws and losses of each group:
Moreover, it is also known that:
(A) Each group won at least one round.
(B) G_{1} lost the round against K_{5}, while G_{4} lost against K_{1}.
Q. The group that scored the least number of points won against which of the following groups?
Directions: Study the given information and answer the following question.
In a quiz competition, two academies  Alex Academy and Zed Academy  with five groups each competed against each other such that each group of an academy competed against all the five groups of the other academy exactly once. In any round, the winner was given three points, and the loser was awarded no points. In case of a draw, the two groups were awarded one point each.
The table below provides partial information about the wins, draws and losses of each group:
Moreover, it is also known that:
(A) Each group won at least one round.
(B) G_{1} lost the round against K_{5}, while G_{4} lost against K_{1}.
Q. The total number of rounds that K4 lost was _________.
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Ten friends played Polo by splitting themselves into two teams of 5 players each namely Fierce Werewolves and Deadly Sharks. They played one game, which was for 90 minutes. During this time, the ball was in possession of a player from either of the teams. The following table provides the number of goals scored by each player and the duration (in minutes) for which the ball was in possession of each player.
Further information is given below:
1) Fierce Werewolves won the match by scoring one goal more than Deadly Sharks.
2) The possession time for Deadly Sharks was 10 minutes more than for Fierce Werewolves.
3) Bonnie was a part of the Fierce Werewolves.
4) At any point of time, exactly one player, of either team, took possession of the ball.
Q. Which among the following is a part of Fierce Werewolves?
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Ten friends played Polo by splitting themselves into two teams of 5 players each namely Fierce Werewolves and Deadly Sharks. They played one game, which was for 90 minutes. During this time, the ball was in possession of a player from either of the teams. The following table provides the number of goals scored by each player and the duration (in minutes) for which the ball was in possession of each player.
Further information is given below:
1) Fierce Werewolves won the match by scoring one goal more than Deadly Sharks.
2) The possession time for Deadly Sharks was 10 minutes more than for Fierce Werewolves.
3) Bonnie was a part of the Fierce Werewolves.
4) At any point of time, exactly one player, of either team, took possession of the ball.
Q. Who scored the highest number of goals in Deadly Sharks?
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Ten friends played Polo by splitting themselves into two teams of 5 players each namely Fierce Werewolves and Deadly Sharks. They played one game, which was for 90 minutes. During this time, the ball was in possession of a player from either of the teams. The following table provides the number of goals scored by each player and the duration (in minutes) for which the ball was in possession of each player.
Further information is given below:
1) Fierce Werewolves won the match by scoring one goal more than Deadly Sharks.
2) The possession time for Deadly Sharks was 10 minutes more than for Fierce Werewolves.
3) Bonnie was a part of the Fierce Werewolves.
4) At any point of time, exactly one player, of either team, took possession of the ball.
Q. Which of the following pairs of players belongs to the same team?
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Ten friends played Polo by splitting themselves into two teams of 5 players each namely Fierce Werewolves and Deadly Sharks. They played one game, which was for 90 minutes. During this time, the ball was in possession of a player from either of the teams. The following table provides the number of goals scored by each player and the duration (in minutes) for which the ball was in possession of each player.
Further information is given below:
1) Fierce Werewolves won the match by scoring one goal more than Deadly Sharks.
2) The possession time for Deadly Sharks was 10 minutes more than for Fierce Werewolves.
3) Bonnie was a part of the Fierce Werewolves.
4) At any point of time, exactly one player, of either team, took possession of the ball.
Q. If the title 'Player of the Game' was awarded to the player from the winning team who scored at least two goals and possessed the ball for the highest duration, who was awarded the Player of the Game?
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Ten friends played Polo by splitting themselves into two teams of 5 players each namely Fierce Werewolves and Deadly Sharks. They played one game, which was for 90 minutes. During this time, the ball was in possession of a player from either of the teams. The following table provides the number of goals scored by each player and the duration (in minutes) for which the ball was in possession of each player.
Further information is given below:
1) Fierce Werewolves won the match by scoring one goal more than Deadly Sharks.
2) The possession time for Deadly Sharks was 10 minutes more than for Fierce Werewolves.
3) Bonnie was a part of the Fierce Werewolves.
4) At any point of time, exactly one player, of either team, took possession of the ball.
Q. The second least possession time of a player in the winning team is more or less than the same for a player in the losing team by _______ minutes.
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question given below.
Ten participants  Oliver, Archie, Ethan, Max, Joshua, Logan, Oscar, Finlay, David and Louie participated in three different rounds of a quiz competition  Round 1, Round 2 and Round 3. Each participant belongs to one of the four colleges among ABC College, XYZ College, LMN College and PQR College. The first table below presents the number of questions answered by each of the ten participants in each round and the second table provides, for each college, the number of questions answered by all the participants (from among the given ten participants) that belong to that college in each round.
Q. How many of the ten participants are from LMN College? Key in the correct answer.
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question given below.
Ten participants  Oliver, Archie, Ethan, Max, Joshua, Logan, Oscar, Finlay, David and Louie participated in three different rounds of a quiz competition  Round 1, Round 2 and Round 3. Each participant belongs to one of the four colleges among ABC College, XYZ College, LMN College and PQR College. The first table below presents the number of questions answered by each of the ten participants in each round and the second table provides, for each college, the number of questions answered by all the participants (from among the given ten participants) that belong to that college in each round.
Q. To which college does the participant who got the highest number of correct answers across the three rounds combined belong?
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question given below.
Ten participants  Oliver, Archie, Ethan, Max, Joshua, Logan, Oscar, Finlay, David and Louie participated in three different rounds of a quiz competition  Round 1, Round 2 and Round 3. Each participant belongs to one of the four colleges among ABC College, XYZ College, LMN College and PQR College. The first table below presents the number of questions answered by each of the ten participants in each round and the second table provides, for each college, the number of questions answered by all the participants (from among the given ten participants) that belong to that college in each round.
Q. Which of the following pairs of participants belongs to the same college?
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question given below.
Ten participants  Oliver, Archie, Ethan, Max, Joshua, Logan, Oscar, Finlay, David and Louie participated in three different rounds of a quiz competition  Round 1, Round 2 and Round 3. Each participant belongs to one of the four colleges among ABC College, XYZ College, LMN College and PQR College. The first table below presents the number of questions answered by each of the ten participants in each round and the second table provides, for each college, the number of questions answered by all the participants (from among the given ten participants) that belong to that college in each round.
Q. Name the participants of the college whose average correct answers of all rounds are 10.
Directions: Study the following information and answer the question given below.
Ten participants  Oliver, Archie, Ethan, Max, Joshua, Logan, Oscar, Finlay, David and Louie participated in three different rounds of a quiz competition  Round 1, Round 2 and Round 3. Each participant belongs to one of the four colleges among ABC College, XYZ College, LMN College and PQR College. The first table below presents the number of questions answered by each of the ten participants in each round and the second table provides, for each college, the number of questions answered by all the participants (from among the given ten participants) that belong to that college in each round.
Q. The participant who gave the 5th highest correct answers belongs to which college?
Directions: Read the given passage carefully and answer the question that follows.
Connor, Richard, Poppy, Mason and Sarah were playing a racing game which consisted of 4 levels. In each level, the persons who stood first, second and third were awarded 10, 7.5 and 5 points, respectively. The remaining two persons were awarded 2.5 points each.
It is also known that
(1) the total points earned by no two friends in the game were the same
(2) Connor earned 5 more points than Poppy and neither of them earned the highest total points in the game
(3) Richard, who was the last in one of the four levels, earned a total of 22.5 points in the game, but he was not the first in any level
(4) one of the five persons was the first in more than one levels and he did not win the highest points in the game
(5) Mason was not the third in any of the four levels, but he was the first in one of the four levels
(6) the points that Poppy earned in the game were more than the points that Sarah earned
Q. What are the highest points earned by any of the five persons in the game?
Directions: Read the given passage carefully and answer the question that follows.
Connor, Richard, Poppy, Mason and Sarah were playing a racing game which consisted of 4 levels. In each level, the persons who stood first, second and third were awarded 10, 7.5 and 5 points, respectively. The remaining two persons were awarded 2.5 points each.
It is also known that
(1) the total points earned by no two friends in the game were the same
(2) Connor earned 5 more points than Poppy and neither of them earned the highest total points in the game
(3) Richard, who was the last in one of the four levels, earned a total of 22.5 points in the game, but he was not the first in any level
(4) one of the five persons was the first in more than one levels and he did not win the highest points in the game
(5) Mason was not the third in any of the four levels, but he was the first in one of the four levels
(6) the points that Poppy earned in the game were more than the points that Sarah earned
Q. How many of the following definitely earned higher points than Sarah in at least three of the four levels?
1. Connor
2. Richard
3. Poppy
4. Mason
Directions: Read the given passage carefully and answer the question that follows.
Connor, Richard, Poppy, Mason and Sarah were playing a racing game which consisted of 4 levels. In each level, the persons who stood first, second and third were awarded 10, 7.5 and 5 points, respectively. The remaining two persons were awarded 2.5 points each.
It is also known that
(1) the total points earned by no two friends in the game were the same
(2) Connor earned 5 more points than Poppy and neither of them earned the highest total points in the game
(3) Richard, who was the last in one of the four levels, earned a total of 22.5 points in the game, but he was not the first in any level
(4) one of the five persons was the first in more than one levels and he did not win the highest points in the game
(5) Mason was not the third in any of the four levels, but he was the first in one of the four levels
(6) the points that Poppy earned in the game were more than the points that Sarah earned
Q. Which of the following statements is definitely true?
Directions: Read the given passage carefully and answer the question that follows.
Connor, Richard, Poppy, Mason and Sarah were playing a racing game which consisted of 4 levels. In each level, the persons who stood first, second and third were awarded 10, 7.5 and 5 points, respectively. The remaining two persons were awarded 2.5 points each.
It is also known that
(1) the total points earned by no two friends in the game were the same
(2) Connor earned 5 more points than Poppy and neither of them earned the highest total points in the game
(3) Richard, who was the last in one of the four levels, earned a total of 22.5 points in the game, but he was not the first in any level
(4) one of the five persons was the first in more than one levels and he did not win the highest points in the game
(5) Mason was not the third in any of the four levels, but he was the first in one of the four levels
(6) the points that Poppy earned in the game were more than the points that Sarah earned
Q. Who scored the first position more than one time in levels?
Directions: Read the given passage carefully and answer the question that follows.
Connor, Richard, Poppy, Mason and Sarah were playing a racing game which consisted of 4 levels. In each level, the persons who stood first, second and third were awarded 10, 7.5 and 5 points, respectively. The remaining two persons were awarded 2.5 points each.
It is also known that
(1) the total points earned by no two friends in the game were the same
(2) Connor earned 5 more points than Poppy and neither of them earned the highest total points in the game
(3) Richard, who was the last in one of the four levels, earned a total of 22.5 points in the game, but he was not the first in any level
(4) one of the five persons was the first in more than one levels and he did not win the highest points in the game
(5) Mason was not the third in any of the four levels, but he was the first in one of the four levels
(6) the points that Poppy earned in the game were more than the points that Sarah earned
Q. What is the sum of the points earned by Connor, Mason and Sarah?
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