# Two persons - Dhiraj and Suraj, of Rangeela land made the following statements. Dhiraj : Feroz is wearing a red hat. Feroz is wearing a yellow shirt. Suraj : Feroz is wearing a red hat. Feroz is wearing a green shirt. Suraj is a

1.  Lalpila

2.  Pilhara

3.  Haralal

4.  Such a conversation is not possible

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Such a conversation is not possible

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# Veeru is a

1.  Lalpila

2.  Pilhara

3.  Haralal

4.  Cannot be determined

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Pilhara

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# What is the colour of Basanti's saree

1.  Green

2.  Red

3.  Yellow

4.  Cannot be determined

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Green

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# Anoop found the product, P, of two two-digit natural numbers, M and N. He then reversed the digits of each of M and N and found the product of the resultant numbers. Interestingly, he found both products to be the same. If the product of the tens digit of M and the tens digit of N is prime, find the sum of all the possible values of P that Anoop could have obtained.

1.  2604

2.  2712

3.  2627

4.  4684

5.  4664

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4684

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# One day the king summoned all the soldiers in his army and made them stand in a queue. To the first soldier, he gave three gold coins and to every subsequent soldier, he gave four gold coins more than what he gave to the previous soldier. Then the king ordered each soldier to distribute all the coins that he received among the peasants, if and only if it is possible to distribute the coins such that each peasant to whom the soldier distributes gets as many coins as the number of peasants to whom the soldier distributes the coins. If no two soldiers were allowed to distribute coins to the same peasant and there were a total of 4000 soldiers in the king's army, how many peasants received at least one gold coin

1.  386

2.  284

3.  576

4.  4000

5.  None of these

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None of these

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# The product of three numbers is 1620. If the HCF of any two out of the three numbers is 3, what is their LCM

1.  180

2.  135

3.  90

4.  270

5.  288

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180

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# In a class, the number of students who passed in both Physics and Chemistry is same as that who passed in neither Physics nor Chemistry. Find the difference between the number of students who passed in only Physics and those who passed in only Chemistry. I. 100 students passed in Physics and 40 of them failed in Chemistry. II. The number of students who failed in Chemistry is equal that who failed in Physics.

1.  Statement I alone is sufficient and statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

2.  Statement II alone is sufficient and statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

3.  Statements I and II together are sufficient but neither statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

4.  Statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

5.  Statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data, specific to the problem, is needed.

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Statement II alone is sufficient and statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

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# A shepherd had 100 sheep which he used for breeding. The sheep were of two colours - white and brown and each sheep produced an offspring.   The offspring of a white sheep was always white or black while that of a brown sheep was white or brown. How many brown sheep were used for breeding I. The number of white offsprings were 50. II. The number of brown offsprings were ten more than the black offsprings.

1.  Statement I alone is sufficient and statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

2.  Statement II alone is sufficient and statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

3.  Statements I and II together are sufficient but neither statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

4.  Statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

5.   Statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data, specific to the problem, is needed.

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Statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data, specific to the problem, is needed.

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# How many among the four players - A, B, C and D scored a century I. Ram said A and B scored centuries while Mohan said at least two among A, C and D scored centuries. II. Ram always tell the truth while Mohan always lies.

1.  Statement I alone is sufficient and statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

2.  Statement II alone is sufficient and statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

3.  Statements I and II together are sufficient but neither statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

4.  Statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

5.  Statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data, specific to the problem, is needed.

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Statements I and II together are sufficient but neither statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

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# Two of the three cricketers Pavan, Rajan and Tarun are selected to the national team. Each of these three persons scored a different number of centuries and a different number of runs. Further, among these three, Tarun scored the highest number of centuries. Who among Pavan, Rajan and Tarun is not selected to the national team I.  The person with the higher number of runs between Tarun and Pavan, is the person who scored the lesser number of centuries between the two persons selected. II.  The person with the least number of runs between Rajan and Tarun, is the person who scored the higher number of centuries between the two persons selected.

1.  The question can be answered by using one of the statements alone, but cannot be answered using the other statement alone.

2.  The question can be answered by using either statement alone.

3.  The question can be answered by using both statements together, but cannot be answered using either statement alone.

4.  The question cannot be answered even by using both statements together.

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