## Company

• 1.

### Given below is an equation where the letters represent digits.(PQ). (RQ) = XXX. Determine the sum of P + Q + R + X. (3 marks)I. X = 9.II. The digits are unique.A. Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question. B. Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question. C. Statement I and Statement II together are sufficient, but neither of the two alone is sufficient to answer the question. D. Either Statement I or Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question. E. Neither Statement I nor Statement II is necessary to answer the question.

last reply by CpjJwWHV  •  10 years ago  •  asked in XAT

• 2.

### Let PQRS be a quadrilateral. Two circles O1 and O2 are inscribed in triangles PQR and PSR respectively. Circle O1 touches PR at M and circle O2 touches PR at N. Find the length of MN. (5 marks)I. A circle is inscribed in the quadrilateral PQRS.II. The radii of the circles O1 and O2 are 5 and 6 units respectively.A. Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.B. Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.C. Statement I and Statement II together are sufficient, but neither of the two alone is sufficient to answer the question.D. Either Statement I or Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.E. Neither Statement I nor Statement II is necessary to answer the question.

last reply by CpjJwWHV  •  11 years ago  •  asked in XAT

• 3.

### Rakhal is looking for a field where he can graze his cow. He finds a local farmer, Gopal, who agrees to rent hi field to Rakhal for Rs. 1000 a year. Rakhal finds a post in the field and ties his cow to the post with a 25 feet rope. After some months, Gopal tells Rakhal that he will build a shed with four walls on the field with the post as one of the corner posts. The shed would be 15 feet by 10 feet. Rakhal agrees but he realizes that this arrangement would reduce the available area for grazing. What should be the modified rent to compensate for this loss of grazing area if Rakhal has to keep the cow tied to the same post with the same rope? (2 marks)(1) Rs. 800 (2) Rs. 880 (3) Rs. 888(4) Rs. 930 (5) None of the above

last reply by CpjJwWHV  •  14 years ago  •  asked in XAT

• 4.

### Prof. Bee noticed something peculiar while entering the quiz marks of his five students into a spreadsheet. The spreadsheet was programmed to calculate the average after each score was entered. Prof. Bee entered the marks in a random order and noticed that after each mark was entered, the average was always an integer. In ascending order, the marks of the students were 71, 76, 80, 82 and 91. What were the fourth and fifth marks that Prof. Bee entered? (3 marks) (1) 71 and 82 (2) 71 and 76(3) 71 and 80 (4) 76 and 80(5) 91 and 80

last reply by CpjJwWHV  •  13 years ago  •  asked in XAT

• 5.

### In a list of 7 integers, one integer, denoted as x is unknown. The other six integers are 20, 4, 10, 4, 8, and 4. If the mean, median, and mode of these seven integers are arranged in increasing order, they form an arithmetic progression. The sum of all possible values of x is (5 marks)(1) 26 (2) 32 (3) 34 (4) 38 (5) 40

last reply by CpjJwWHV  •  14 years ago  •  asked in XAT