1. A security agency assigns a two digit code with distinct to each of its members using the digits 0,1,2,..,9 such that the first digit of the code is not zero. However the code printed on a badge can potentially create confusion when read upside down. For example the code 18 amy appear as 81. How many codes are there for which no such confusion can arise?

A.) 69

B.) 71

C.) 81

D.) 65

E.) 70

2. Mohan distributed 75 chocolates among his 4 daughters. Has he given 5 more chocolates to the first daughter, 3 more to the second, taken two choclaotes from the third and taken one from the fourth, all the daughters would have the same number of chocolates. How many chocolates did Mohan give to the fourth daughter?

A.) 15

B.) 17

C.) 21

D.) 22

E.) 23

3. In a group of 128 people, 43 like apples and 38 like pineapples. AT most how many people like neither apple or pineapple?

A.) 47

B.) 85

C.) 63

D.) 81

E.) None of these

In a class of 148 students, 64 student do not speak English, 43 students speak Marathi and 28 students do not speak both the language

4..How many student speak both the language?

A.) 07

B.) 8

C.) 9

D.) 11

E.) None of these

5. How many students speak either English or Marathi but not both?

A.) 103

B.) 128

C.) 113

D.) 118

E.) None of these

Data sufficiency

6. If a, b and x, y are all real numbers and a:b = 2:3, then what is (b+3y) : (3a+8x)?

statement I: x:y = 3:4

statement II : x:y = 4:5