Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.Seven... more friends namely J, K, L, M, N, O and P got married but not necessarily in the same order, in seven different years from 2008 to 2016. Each of them likes a different game among Cricket, Tennis, Badminton, Football, Volleyball, Basketball and Hockey, not necessarily in the same order. No two friends got married in the same year.1. N got married in a leap year. M got married in 2012.2. The one who plays Badminton got married in 2008. Only two people got married in the years that are between the years when P and the one who likes Football got married.3. P got married after the one who likes Football. Only two people were unmarried amongst seven friends in the year when J got married.4. P got married in a year divisible by 5. There is a difference of 5 between the years when J and O got married.5. There is one odd numbered and one even numbered year in which nobody amongst the friends got married. M doesn't like football.6. Only two people got married in the years that are between the years when the persons who like Cricket and Volleyball got married. The one who likes Cricket got married after the one who likes football.7. O doesn't like Volleyball. Either L got married in an odd numbered year or J likes Hockey.8. The first person who got married after J didn't like Hockey.9. P and J don't like Basketball. Only if K got married in odd numbered year then O doesn't like Basketball. N doesn't like Cricket.10. If N got married in 2016 then L doesn't like Basketball.In which of the following years, nobody got married?
A well known FMCG company mainly deals in manufacturing and selling its pro... moreduct in 4 different sectors which are namely, Packaged Foods, Electronics, Garments and Home Appliances. The percentage contribution to the sales they had to the year 2018, 2019 and 2020 are given as followsSalesFurthermore, the profit % obtained by selling the items of a particular sector year on year is given as followsBased on the above data, answer the following questionsQ.The sale of home appliance remains constant for all the 3 years. If the ratio of profit earned by Home Appliances in 2019 to profit of packaged foods in 2018 is m/nwhere "m" and"n" are co-prime numbers, then what is the value of n+m? Correct answer is '7'. Can you explain this answer?
A finance company keeps revising the interest rate it offers every year wit... moreh a constant percentage increase in rate of interest over the previous year. However the rate of interest remains same for a certain investment over the years of investment. If an investment of one lakh rupees in 2010 at 6% rate of simple interest and an investment of one lakh rupees in 2011 amounts to the same sum in 2014, then find the rate of simple interest offered in 2015. Correct answer is '25.28'. Can you explain this answer?
Indias GDP per capita (in terms of purchasing power parity) almost doubled ... morebetween 2007 and 2016, from $3,587 to $6,599. Growth slowed after the 2008 crisis, hitting a decade low in 2012-2013. But if anything, this provided the country with the opportunity to rethink its policies and engage more firmly in the reforms necessary to improve its competitiveness. Growth rebounded in 2014, and in 2015 surpassed that of China.Indias overall competitiveness score was rather stagnant between 2007 and 2014, and the country slipped down the rankings in the Global Competitiveness Report as others made improvements.However, improvements since 2014 have seen it climb to 39th in this years edition of the report - up from 48th in 2007-2008. Its overall score improved by 0.19 points in that time.Improvements in health, primary education and infrastructurecontributed most to this improvement - although this is partly explained by the relatively large weight these basic requirements components have until now been given in factor-driven economies, each accounting for 15% of the final score.Improvements in infrastructure were small and faltering until 2014, when the government increased public investment and accelerated approval procedures to attract private resources. Macroeconomic conditions - the third-biggest positive contributor - followed a similar path: the recent slump in commodity prices has helped India to keep inflation below its target of 5%, while rebalancing its current account and decreasing its public deficit. Another improvement over the past decade has been increased market size (the adoption of new PPP estimates by the IMF in 2014 also contributed to the upward increase in the measure of market size used in the GCI).In other areas, India has not yet recovered to 2007 levels, with the biggest shortfall coming in financial market development - this pillar taking 0.03 points off Indias 2016 score in comparison to 2007 (a reduced pillar score of 0.52 points, multiplied by a pillar weight of 6%). The Reserve Bank of India has helped increase financial market transparency, shedding light on the large amounts of non-performing loans previously not reported on the balance sheets of Indian banks. However, the banks have not yet found a way to sell these assets, and in some cases need large recapitalizations.The efficiency of the goods market has also deteriorated, as India failed to address long-running problems such as different local sales and value added taxes (this is set to finally change as of 2017 if the Central GST and Integrated GST bills currently in parliament are fully implemente d). Another area of concern is Indias stagnating performance in technological readiness, a pillar on which it scores one full point lower than any other. These three pillars will be key for India to prosper in its next stage of development, when it will no longer be possible to base its competitiveness on low-cost, abundant labour. Higher education and training has also shown no improvement.Q. The statement- Growth rebounded in 2014, and last year surpassed that of China. implies
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