# Data sufficiency and Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for MAT, ATMA

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Directions for Question Nos. 1 -7:

Each of the following questions is followed by two
statements.

Mark (a) – if statement I alone is sufficient to

(b) – if statement II alone is sufficient to answer
the question.

(c) – if both statements I and II together are

(d) – if both statements I and II together are not

1. Is ‘b’ positive?

(I) a + b is positive

(II) a – b is positive

2. In a general body election, 3 candidates p, q and r
were contesting for a membership of the board. How many votes did each receive?

than q and 103 votes more than r.

1703

3. If C1 and C2 are the circumferences of the outer
and inner circles respectively, What is C1 : C2?

(I) The two circles are
concentric

(II) The area of the ring is
2/3 the area of greater circle

4. What is the middle number of 7 consecutive whole
numbers?

(I) Product of number is
702800

(II) Sum of the numbers is
105

5. Total marks obtained by P, Q, R and S in
Mathematics is 360. How many marks did P secure in Mathematics?

(I) P secured one-third
marks of the total of Q, R and S

(II) Average marks obtained
by Q and R are 20 more than that secured by S.

6. How many ice cubes can be accommodated in a
container?

of the container is 20 cm and 15 cm respectively

(II) The edge of the ice
cube is 2 cm

7. Ram got Rs.1500 as dividend from a company. What is
the rate of interest given by the company?

(I) The dividend paid last
year was 10%

(II) Ram has 350 shares of
Rs 10 denomination

8. Running at the same constant rate, 6 identical
machines can produce a total of 180 bottles per hour. How many bottles could 15
such machines produce in 30 minutes?

(a) 225             (b) 300             (c) 250             (d)
350

9. A number whose fifth part increased by 4 is equal
to its fourth part diminished by 10, is:

(a) 240             (b) 260             (c) 270             (d)
280

10. Which one of the following numbers will completely
divide (461 + 462 + 463 + 464)?

(a) 3                 (b) 10               (c) 11               (d)
13

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