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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: In the following problem, a question followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III) is given. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
A, B, C, D, E, F and G appeared for a test and all scored different marks. B stood third in the test result.
Q. How many students scored more than G?
I. A scored more than B. E scored more than only two students.
II. G scored half the marks, which C scored and D scored half the marks as that of G.
III. F did not score more than E. G scored less than C.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: In the following problem, a question followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III) is given. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
D, E, F, G, H and I are six members of a family. There are two couples in the family. E has two children.
Q. How is G related to E?
I. D is the son-in-law of G. I is the niece of F.
II. H is the daughter of E. D is the brother-in-law of F.
III. E is the father of F. D has no sibling.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: In the following problem, a question followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III) is given. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.

I, J, K, L, M, N and O are seven siblings and none of them are twins. J is the eldest and O is the middle one.

Q. Who was/were born after L?

I. Two were born between K and M.
II. I was born before K and M.
III. L was born before N, but not immediately before N.

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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The following problem contains a question and statements numbered I, II and III. Read the statements carefully and determine which of them is/are sufficient/required to answer the question.
Q. How is A related to B?
I. B is married to C, who is a parent of A.
II. A is the grandson of D, who is the father of B.
III. A is the brother of E, who is the granddaughter of the mother of B.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The following problem contains a question and three statements numbered I, II and III. Read the statements carefully and determine which of them is/are sufficient/required to answer the question.
Q. Between P and Q, who scored more marks?
I. P scored more marks than R did, but less than S did.
II. S scored the highest marks among P, Q, R and S.
III. Q scored less marks than R did.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The following question is accompanied by three statements (I), (II) and (III). You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting around a circular table facing one of the other person.
Q. What is the position of C with respect to A?
I. A is facing E, who is sitting immediate to the left of B.
II. D and F are immediate neighbours.
III. C is facing F.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The question given below is followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III). You have to determine which of the statements is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
Seven students James, Vicky, Vikram, Rahul, Shilpa, Priya and Sachin take a test and scored different marks. James scored more than 4 students.
Q. Who scored the highest marks?
I. Shilpa scored less than Priya but more than Vicky.
II. Rahul scored more than Sachin but not more than James.
III. James scored less than Priya but more than Rahul.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The question given below is followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III). You have to determine which of the statements is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
A, B, C, D, E and F are six members of a family out of which two are couples. D, who is not married is the brother-in-law of C. A is married, but F is not the wife of A. E is not married.

Q. How is E related to B and how is C related to B?
I. C is the mother of E.
II. C is the daughter-in-law of A.
III. E is the granddaughter of A, who has two sons.

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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The following question is accompanied by three statements (I), (II) and (III). You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
Raj and Sam are standing in a row facing same direction. Raj is 15th from right and Sam is 14th from left.
Q. How many persons are there in the row?
I. If Sam shifts 5 places to the left then there will be 7 persons between Raj and Sam.
II. There are 12 persons between Sam and Raj.
III. If Raj shifts 5 places to the right then there will be 7 persons between Raj and Sam.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: In this problem, a question is followed by three statements numbered (I), (II), and (III). Read the statements carefully and determine which of them is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
Q. How is Simar related to Raj?
I. Raj said to Simar, "You are the mother of the nephew of my only sister". Raj has one sibling.
II. Raj said to Simar, "Your father-in-law is the grandfather of my son".
III. Raj said to Simar, "I am the only son of the wife of your father-in-law".
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The question given below is followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III). You have to determine which of the statements is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
D is 10 m to the west of E, who is 5 m to the north of F.
Q. What is the distance between M and N?
I. M is 10 m to the south of D, who is 5 m to the east of S.
II. N is 5 m to the south of F, who is 10 m to the east of Q.
III. M is 5 m to the south of Q, who is 5 m to the south of D.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The question given below is followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III). You have to determine which of the statements is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
Q. What is the distance between P and B?
I. P is 7 m to the south of D, who is 5 m to the west of K, who is 10 m to the north of Z.
II. A is 5 m to the south of Z, who is 5 m to the east of B.
III. J is 3 m to the west of B and 10 m to the south of H, who is 8 m to the west of K.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The question given below is followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III). You have to determine which of the statements is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
There are seven friends Atul, Vicky, Vijay, Amar, Hiten, Rohit and Raj of different heights.
Q. Who among them is the shortest?
I. Atul is taller than Vicky but shorter than Raj. Vicky is not the shortest.
II. Hiten is taller than one person only. Only Vijay is taller than Amar.
III. There are three persons who are taller than Rohit but shorter than Raj.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:rections: In the following problem, a question followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III) is given. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
In a certain code language, 'people are not bad' is written as 're le to da' and 'give me some food' is written as 'me mi mo do'.
Q. How is 'nice me' written in that code language?
I. In that code language, 'this food is tasty' is written as 'do si so sa'.
II. In that code language, 'give me some money' is written as 'mo mi yo me'.
III. In that code language, 'some people are nice' is written as 'mo le ni re'.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: In the following problem, a question followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III) is given. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
In a certain code language, 'what' is written as 'ta', how is 'day time' written in that code language? (Sequence of codes does not matter)
Q. I. In that code language, 'how was your day' is written as 'ry as wo yo' and 'give me some time' is written as 'mo ni me mi'.
II. In that code language, 'what time of day' is written as 'mi ta if ry' and 'how is your work' is written as 'so wo yo la'.
III. In that code language, 'time is not good' is written as 'so mi to do' and 'good time of you' is written as 'mi do if xo'.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: In the following problem, a question followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III) is given. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
There are 6 members in a family - M, N, O, P, Q and R. There are two couples in the family and M is the grandfather of R.
Q. Who is the wife of Q?
I. Q is not married to P.
II. R is not married.
III. O is the sister-in-law of N, who is the daughter-in-law of P.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The following problem contains a question and statements numbered I, II and III. Read the statements carefully and determine which of them is/are sufficient/required to answer the question.
Q. What is the colour of A's house?
I. A, B and C have houses of different colours and those are red, white and blue, in no particular order.
II. A does not live in the white-coloured house and B lives in the red-coloured house.
III. C lives in the white-coloured house.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The question given below is followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III). You have to determine which of the statements is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
In a queue, Inder and Simu are standing with some other students where Simu is 14th from front and Inder is standing ahead of Simu.
Q. How many students are there in the queue?
I. The number of students standing ahead of Inder is 3 times the number of students standing between Inder and Simu.
II. The number of persons standing behind Simu is double the number of persons standing between Inder and Simu.
III. The number of persons standing behind Inder is one more than the number of persons standing ahead of Inder.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: In this problem, a question is followed by three statements, labelled as (A), (B) and (C). Read the statements carefully and determine which of them is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
Q. What is the length of the platform?
(A) The train crosses a woman standing on the platform in 35 seconds.
(B) The train passes a station platform in 50 seconds and speed of the train is 72 km/hr.
(C) The length of the train is 700 m.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Data Sufficiency - 2
Try yourself:Directions: The question given below is followed by three statements (I), (II) and (III). You have to determine which of the statements is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the question.
Q. How is “time” coded in the code language?
I. In the code language, “some time is needed” is coded as “te de si me”.
II. In the code language, “is time not money” is coded as “te mo si ne”.
III. In the code language, “give me some time” is coded as “me mi te le”.
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