# Quant Quiz on Data Sufficiency for SBI Exams

The quiz on data sufficiency, provided here, will help you prepare for the upcoming exams. Please try to give answers in the comment box; soon we will publish the correct answers.

Directions (1-5): In each of these questions, one question is given followed by data in three statements I, II and III. You have to study the question and the data in statements and decide the questions can be answered with data in which of the Statements and mark your answer accordingly.

1. What
is the rate of interest p.c.p.a.?

I. Difference between the compound interest and simple interest earned
two years on the amount invested is Rs. 100.

II. The amount becomes Rs. 19,500/- in three years on simple interest.

III. Simple interest accrued in two years on the same amount at the same
rate of interest is Rs. 3,000/-

(1) Only I & II

(2) Only I & III

(3) Only II & III

(4) Only I and either II or III

(5) None of these

2. What
is the speed of the train is kmph?

I. The train crosses an ‘x’ metre long platform in ‘n’ seconds.

II. Length of the train is ‘y’ metres.

III. The train crosses a signal pole in ‘m’ seconds.

(1) Any two of three

(2) Only II and III

(3) Only I and III

(4) All I, II and III

(5) Question cannot be answered even with the information given in all
the three statements.

3. What
is the amount invested in Scheme ‘B’?

I. The amounts invested in Schemes ‘A’ and ‘B’ are in the ratio 2:3
respectively.

II. Amount invested in Scheme ‘A’ is 40% of the total amount invested.

III. Amount invested in Scheme ‘A’ is Rs. 45,000/-

(1) Only I and II

(2) Only I and III

(3) Only II and III

(4) All I, II and III

(5) Only III and either I or II

4. What
is the cost of flooring the rectangular hall?

I. Length of the rectangle is 6 metres.

II. Breadth of the rectangle is two – third of its length.

III. Cost of flooring the area of 100 cm^2 is Rs. 45/-

(1) Only I and III

(2) Only II and III

(3) All I, II and III

(4) Question cannot be answered with data in all three statements.

(5) None of these