We have started the 56 days Study Plan for IBPS PO Prelims. This study plan is to efficiently utilise time and hard work to channelise it towards smart work. From now quizzes on Bankersadda will be according to the given study plan and this will help you prepare important topics in limited time.

Today is DAY 26 of the study plan and in Quantitative Aptitude today’s chapter is Data Sufficiency

Directions (1 - 15): Each question below is followed by two statements I and II. You are to determine whether the data given in the statement is sufficient to answer the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.

Give answer (a) if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement II alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (b) if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement I alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (c) if both statements I and II together are needed to answer the question.
Give answer (d) if either the statement I alone or the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (e) if you cannot get the answer from the statements I and II together, but need even more data.

Q1. Tower ‘P’ is in which direction with respect to tower ‘Q’?
I. P is to the West of H, which is to the South of Q.
II. F is to the West of Q and to the North of P.

Q2. How is K related to N?
I. N is the brother of M, who is the daughter of K.
II. F is the husband of K

Q3. In a row of girls facing North, what is D’s position from the left end?
I. D is twentieth from the right end.
II. There are ten girls between B and D.

Q4. In a row of 40 students facing North, how many students are there between R and S?
I. S’s position in the row is 15th from the right end.
II. R’s position in the row is 4th from the left end.

Q5. How far is A from the starting point?
I. A moves 5 km. towards East, then 2 km. towards left, 10 km, towards right and finally. 2 km, towards right and stops
II. A moves 2 km. towards East, then 2 km. towards right, 13 km, towards left and finally, 2 km. towards left and stops.

Q6. On which month of the year was Divya born?
I. Her mother correctly remembers that Divya was born after June and before September.
II. Her father correctly remembers that she was born after March and before August.

Q7. On which day of the week did Sourav visited Delhi?
I. Sourav visited Delhi after Monday but before Thursday but not on an odd day of the week.
II. Sourav visited Delhi before Friday but after Monday.

Q8. How is ‘new’ written in a code language?
I. ‘new good clothes’ is written as ‘5 3 9’ in that code language.
II. ‘good clothes are costly’ is written as ‘9 6 7 3’ in that code language.

Q9. How is ‘near’ written in a code language?
I. ‘go near the tree’ is writen as ‘sa na pa ta’ in that code language.
II. ‘tree is near home’ is written as jas pa da sa’ in that code language.

Q10. Among A, B, C, D and E, each having scored different mark in an exam, who has scored the lowest marks?
I. D has scored more marks than only three of them.
II. A has scored more marks than only E.

Q11. Who amongst P, R, S, T and V, each having a different height, is the tallest?
I. T is taller than R and V.
II. P is shorter than R.

Q12. What is the code for ‘your’ in the code language?
I. In the code language ‘buy your own book’ is written as ‘ta na pi la’ and ‘do try your best’. is written as ‘sa jo ta be’.
II. IN the code language ‘please submit your reports’ is, written as ‘ke si do ta’ and ’your house is grand’ is written as ‘fi ta go hi’.

Q13. How is ‘never’ written in a code language?
I. ‘never do this’ is written as ‘pa, da na’ in that code language and ‘do this again’ is written as ‘na ka da’ in that code language.
II. ‘always do this’ in written as ‘ma pa ja’ in that code language.

Q14. Among P, Q, R, S and T each having a different height who is the shortest?
I. Q and R are taller than only P and T.
II. R is shorter than S

Q15. What is K’s position from the left end of a row of thirty children?
I. D is tenth from the right end of the row and there are five children between D and K.
II. There are nine children between K and M.