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## DI AND LR CLUBBED MCQs

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**1**of 181 pages**Answer: Option A. ->**0,5,4,1

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A

From the given options

It is very likely that option (d) is selected. But if all the five routes has the same time taken, then there will be an equal number of participant in all the five routes i.e. 20% in each route.

But then the percentage of participant in

S-A = 20%

S-B = 40% (As there are two routes involving S-B)

S-D = 40% (For the same reason as above)

But here the given condition that number of participant in S-A is equal to that in S-B, which in turn is equal to S-D is not satisfied.

As S-A = S-B = S-D.

Of the routes, that can be used the number of routes involving S-A must be the same as S-B, which in turn is same as that as S-D. It happened in only option (a).

**Answer: Option D. ->**Cannot be determined

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D

In 2002, we do not know how the budget will be distributed across the sectors and aspects of research.

**Answer: Option A. ->**8 am - 10 am

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A

Total collection in 8 am - 10 am interval = Rs [(210×6)+(80×5.2)] = Rs 1676 Similarly calculate for all intervals and check. It is highest for 8 am - 10 am interval.

**Answer: Option D. ->**Jain

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D

The table from the solution to the first question of the set shows us that Vijeta's surname was Jain.

Hence, option D.

**Answer: Option B. ->**145 : 42

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B

Let the population be 100.

The number of people who did not vote = 30 + ((25)×70)= 58

Number of people who voted for the party = 100 × (70100) ×(35) ×(25)

So the required ratio = 145 : 42

**Answer: Option B. ->**Dhoni

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B

From statements (i), (ii) and (vi), it can be concluded that Aman was the first person to reach the cinema hall. From statements (i), (ii) and (iv), it can be concluded that Dhoni was wearing the Yellow cap. Hence, either Aman or Boby was wearing the Purple cap and the other one was wearing the White cap. From statement (v), it can be concluded that Aman was wearing the Purple shirt while Boby was wearing the White cap. Further analysis leads to the following table:

Based on the given information we can make a table as shown below:

PositionPersonCap1AmanPurple2DhoniYellow3BobyWhite4ChadniRed

**Answer: Option C. ->**August

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C

F has the maximum stock in August

**Answer: Option A. ->**P

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A

More than 4 and less than 7 = (less than 7 - more than 4) ,

P = 14

Q = 37

R = 24

S = 33

T = 33

U = 33

which is in the order P<R<S = T = U<Q

**Answer: Option A. ->**B

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A

PersonCityCompanyADelhiRototecBMumbaiInfotecCChennaiTetratecDBangaloreSimotecEHyderabadQuetec

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GameOpeningPlayer′spickDealer′spickClosingbalancebalanceDebitCreditDebitCredit(−)(+)(−)(+)1008160−82−801001012312066012412081604

From the above table it is evident that in four games, Ghosh Babu makes a profit of Rs. 4. Hence, if the final amount left with Ghosh Babu is Rs. 100, the initial amount that he had would be Rs. 96.