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### In each of these questions two quantities are given, one in column A and one in column B. Compare the two quantities.

 [1] Given Information :: x = –2Column A :: 3x2  + 2x – 1Column B :: x3  + 2x2  + 1(a) if the two quantities are equal(b) if the quantity in column B is greater(c) if the quantity in column A is greater(d) if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
 [2] Given Information :: a/(a+b) = c/(c+d) Column A :: cd Column B ::ab (a) if the two quantities are equal (b) if the quantity in column B is greater (c) if the quantity in column A is greater (d) if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
 [3] Given Information :: An audio cassette priced at Rs 47.25 includes a 5% mark-up. Column A :: Rs 44. 89 price before mark-up. Column B :: The original (a) if the two quantities are equal (b) if the quantity in column B is greater (c) if the quantity in column A is greater (d) if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
 [4] Given Information :: 25% of the 300 girls in our school wear spectacles. Column A :: The ratio of girls wearing to those who do not. Column B :: 1 : 3 (a) if the two quantities are equal (b) if the quantity in column B is greater (c) if the quantity in column A is greater (d) if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

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### The State Government’s agency ‘Housewell’ has constructed 500 flats for the middle class but inspite of a shortage of houses, it has not even received 100 applications.Which of the following, if true, could explain this?(a) A private builder’s scheme which has come up on the adjacent plot is overbooked in spite of higher cost and 100% advance payment.(b) The flats are not accessible either by bus or by train.(c) The quality of construction of ‘Housewell’ is reported to be very poor.(d) The cost and conditions of payment are quite demanding and are slightly higher than the usual government housing schemes.

last reply by vishal  •  6 years ago  •  asked in MAT

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### “If you want a hassle-free holiday package for city M, then join only our tour. Hurry up; only a few seats available” - An advertisement of XYZ Tourist Company. If the above statement is true then which of the following has been assumed while making the statement?(a) No seats may be available with other tour operators for city M.(b) Nowadays people have a lot of money to spend on their comforts.(c) Travel packages offered by other tour operators are neither cheap nor comfortable.(d) Many people desire convenience and comfort while going for a holiday.

last reply by vishal  •  6 years ago  •  asked in MAT

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### “Cases of food-poisoning have been reported from village X. After a dinner party arranged for 100 people, 68 were admitted to the hospital, and 36 were reported to be out of danger. The food, which was cooked and stored in an open space for almost 12 hours, was served after reheating. Investigation is going on.” A news report.Which of the following can be hypothesised from the above information?(a) Cases of food-poisoning need to be handled carefully.(b) Stale food is likely to be the cause of food-poisoning.(c) Late-night dinner parties for a large number of people result in food-poisoning.(d) Cases of food-poisoning are not reported in urban dinner parties.

last reply by vishal  •  6 years ago  •  asked in MAT

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