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# DI: Worksheet: 04

## DIRECTIONS for questions 1 to 4: Six friends - Anupam,

Bhaarat, Peter, Kartik, Gunjan and Ramit - availed a new SMS
offer, according to which there will be no charges for the SMSs
sent or received within the group. The following pie charts
pertain to the details regarding the number of SMSs sent by
these persons within the group during the month of October.
The first pie chart gives the break-up of total number of SMSs
received by Anupam from his five friends in October according
to the friend from whom he received the SMSs and the second
pie chart gives the break-up of the total SMSs sent by these
five persons within the group (i.e., excluding Anupam) in the
same month according to the person sending the SMSs.

Gunjan
Ramit 15%
30%

Kartik
20%
Bharat
10% Peter
25%

Total = 3000
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## Messages sent by different persons

Ramit Gunjan
24% 25%

Kartik
Bharat 16%
15%
Peter
20%

Total = N
Assume that SMSs sent are received instantly and also the
number of SMSs sent by each person is always an integer.
For all the following questions, consider only the SMSs sent
by the persons within the group in the month of October.
1. What is the least possible value of N?
(1) 3000
(2) 3750
(3) 3800
(4) 4000

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2. Who has sent the least percentage of his SMS to
Anupam?
(1) Bhaarat
(2) Peter
(3) Kartik
(4) Gunjan
Additional Information for questions 3 and 4:
It is also known that at least 25% of the SMSs sent by
Bhaarat are to Anupam and at most 40% of the SMSs sent
by Gunjan are to Anupam.
3. What is the maximum possible number of persons who
have sent more than 80% of their SMSs to Anupam?
(1) 2
(2) 3
(3) 4
(4) 5
4. Which of the following can be the value of x, if x% of the
SMSs sent by Kartik are to Anupam?
(1) 30
(2) 40
(3) 50
(4) None of these

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DIRECTIONS for questions 5 to 8: Refer to the data below
and answer the questions that follow.
Number of commercial bank branches in India in different
years is given in the graph below. Distribution of commercial
branches for years 1990 and 2000 is as shown in the pie
charts below.

(projected)
60000
60000
50000
50000
40000

30000
30000
20000

10000 5000
10000
0
1970 1980 1990 2000 2010

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1990
Semi-
Urban
urban
13%
20%

Metro
11% Rural
56%

2000
Semi- Urban
urban 16%
25%

Metro Rural
9% 50%

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5. What is percentage increase in the number of semi-
urban bank branches from 1990 to 2000?
(1) 62.5% (2) 103%
(3) 940%
(4) 130%
6. If the break-up of commercial banks is the same in
1970, 1980 and 1990, the sum of the number of urban
banks in 1970 and rural banks in 1980 is less than the
number of rural banks in 1990 by:
(1) 10550
(2) 10275
(3) 13110
(4) None of these
7. The growth rate in rural branches in 2000 over 1990 is:
(1) 35%
(2) 45%
(3) -5%
(4) 60%
8. If the projected increase in the number of branches in
2010 over 2000 is to be the same in all the classes of
branches, the percentage of metro branches in 2010
will be:
(1) 15%
(2) 13%
(3) 11%
(4) 7%

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DIRECTIONS for questions 9 to 11: These questions are
based on the following information.
Outward foreign direct investment (FDI) compared to
GDP
(Figures in percentage)
1995 2001 2002 2003
Singapore 41.8 61.3 96.7 99.5
Hong Kong 55.6 234.9 191.6. 211.9
United States 26.9 62.3 58.9 62.7
United Kingdom 9.4 13.2 17.6 18.8

## Singapores FDI in China and India

(Figures in billion dollars)
China India
Year Singaporean Singaporean
Total FDI Total FDI
FDI FDI
1995 32.8 4.3 1.7 0.1
2001 46.9 10.6 3.4 0.5
2002 52.7 10.7 3.4 0.5
2003 53.5 10.8 4.3 0.6

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9. Which of the given countries showed the highest
percentage increase in outward FDI from 1995 to
2003?
(1) Singapore
(2) Hong Kong
(3) United states
(4) Cant be determined
10. If Singapores GDP in 2003 was four times its value in
1995, what can be said about Singapores FDI
investment in India, as a percentage of its total FDI
investment, from 1995 to 2003?
(1) Increased by less than 5 percentage points
(2) Decreased
(3) Remained the same
(4) increased by more than 5 percentage points
11. If Singapores GDP in 2002 was \$82 billion, India and
China accounted for what percentage of Singapores
total FDI?
(1) 13%
(2) 14%
(3) 15%
(4) Cant be determined

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## DIRECTIONS: for questions 12 and 13: Answer the

questions on the basis of the information given below.
There are three different types of printers P, Q and R in a
company. Each printer must be switched off for a period of 5
minutes after it has printed 100 pages. The time taken by
each printer to print 100 pages is 10 minutes. The following
table provides the cost incurred when these three printers
are used. There is no other additional cost involved.

P Q R

## Cost of printing each page, if

the number of pages printed is Rs.1.4 Rs.1.55 Rs.1.5
up to 100.
100 pages and up to 250 pages Rs.0.45 Rs.0.5 Rs.0.55
page after
250 pages Rs.0.4 Rs.0.4 Rs.0.3
Page after

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12. If each of these printers are used for exactly one hour,
then which printer would incur the lowest cost for the
company?
(1) P
(2) Q
(3) R
(4) Cant be determined
13. If the company wants to use any one of these three
printers for printing 1250 pages, then which printer
should they use to minimize the cost?
(1) P
(2) Q
(3) R
(4) Cant be determined

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## DIRECTIONS: for questions 14 to 18: Answer the questions

on the basis of the information given below.
Four friends A, B, C and D were having a party. They
initially had certain quantities of six drinks viz. Gato,
Bacardi, 8PM, Smirnoff, Signature and Teachers
They were having drinks in rounds. In total, there were 3
rounds. In each round, each of the friends had 2 pegs of
drinks. At least 1 and at most 2 pegs of each drink are taken
in every round. The quantity of each peg is 25ml. Each
friend had two different drinks in any single round. The
following cumulative graph shows the initial quantity of each
drink at the start of the party. (where x is a real quantity in
ml)

## Bacardi 8PM Smirnoff Signature Teachers Gato

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Initial quantity of Signature at the start of the party was 300
ml. The following cumulative graph shows the quantity of
each drink left after the end of 3 rounds.

x 2x 6x 9x 17x 23x

## The quantity of Smirnoff left a fter round 3 is 75 ml.

14. If A and D had Signature in round 2, then what can be
the ratio of quantity of Signature and Gato consumed in
round 3?
(1) 1:1
(2) 1:2
(3) 2:1
(4) Both (a) and (b)

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15. What is the minimum possible ratio of quantities of
Smirnoff and Gato left at the end of any round?
(1) 1.66
(2) 1.5
(3) 1
(4) 0.75
16. If after round 2, ratio of remaining quantities of Smirnoff
and Teachers is 1:2, then find the total quantity of
Smirnoff and Teachers left after round 2.
(1) 300ml
(2) 225 ml
(3) 375 ml
(4) Cant be determined
17. Which drink has the second highest percentage
consumption in total?
(1) Bacardi
(2) 8PM
(3) Smirnoff
(4) Signature

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18. How many of the following statements is/are true?
1. Remaining quantity of Gato and 8 PM Cant be
equal after any round.
2. At most 3 different persons can have 8 PM.
3. A person can have 4 pegs of Gato in 3 rounds.
4. Percentage consumption of Signature is the least.
(1) 0
(2) 1
(3) 2
(4) 3

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## DIRECTIONS: for questions 19 to 21: Answer the questions

on the basis of the information given below.
operator in his town. As part of popularising the concept of
DTH in his town, he offered the customers a 50% discount
on the monthly subscription of Rs.200 for the first six
months. For receiving a connection, the customers had to
first purchase a set top box worth Rs.3000 on the 10th of
any month, from June to November. If they were satisfied
with the connection, the customer had the option of
renewing the connection each month by renewing it on the
9th of that month. Else they could return the set top box and
would be refunded Rs.2750 after accounting for a
cancellation fee of Rs.250. The following table gives the
number of set top boxes installed by Mr. Mehadi and the
number of set top boxes renewed by the customers in the
different months, starting from July to December, when the
initial offer ended.
Though no set top box was installed under the offer in
December, the existing customers had the option of
renewing in December.

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Month Number of new Number of old
June connections
155 connections

July 29 103
August 41 99
September 69 83
October 26 114
November 52 95
December 128
19. The number of connections that were renewed at least
once during the offer period was at least
(1) 103
(2) 131
(3) 167
(4) None of these
20. The number of connections that were not renewed even
once was at least
(1) 52
(2) 79
(3) 74
(4) None of these
21. The number of new connections in June, which were
renewed throughout the offer period was at most
(1) 99
(2) 103
(3) 83
(4) None of these
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