HURDLE28 : DATA INTERPRETATION + TRAINS + VARIABLE COST
(Solve this Hurdle by 22nd May)
There are 5 students who takes examination in five different subject with following information provided:
Average marks scored by Anjali was 39.2 . Her minimum score was 25 in Physics and Maximum was 46 in Biology.
Average marks scored by Bhanu was 33.6 . His minimum score was 24 in Physics and Maximum was 41 in Maths.
Average marks scored by Chandra was 32.4 . His minimum score was 27 in Computers and Maximum was 37 in Biology.
Average marks scored by Dushant was 31.8 . His minimum score was 20 in Chemistry and Maximum was 43 in physics.
Average marks scored by Eena was 36.6 . Her minimum score was 24 in Maths and Maximum was 43 in Chemistry.
Maximum marks in Chemistry and Math were scored by Anjali who scored 44 in Chemistry and 43 in Math.
In computers Maximum were scored by Eena who scored 41 and minimum by Bhanu who scored 26.
In Biology Minimum were scored by Dushant who scored 28.Bhanu and Eena scored same in biology.
The average marks scored in Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Computer and Biology were 32.6,34.8,35.8,33.0 and 37.4 respectively.
DI Questions
Q1 to Q10 is based on above Information:
Q1. Who scored maximum in Physics and how much?
Q2. Who scored minimum in Chemistry and how much ?
Q3. Who scored minimum in Maths and how much ?
Q4. Who scored maximum in Biology and how much?
Q5. How much did Anjali score in Computers ?
Q6. How much did Bhanu score in Chemistry ?
Q7. How much did Chandra score in Maths ?
Q8. How much did Bhanu and Eena score in Biology ?
Q9. If 27 is the passing marks, who failed in maximum subjects?
Q10 If 40 and above is a distinction holder, who had maximum distinctions?
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TRAINS Questions:
Q11. Two trains, 396 and 264 meters long take 22 seconds to cross each other while traveling in the same direction and take
only 10 seconds when they cross in opposite directions. What are the speeds at which the trains are traveling?
Q12. There are two trains one of which is 528 meters long traveling at 52 metres/ sec. They take 33 seconds to cross each
other while traveling in the same direction and take 11 seconds when they cross in opposite directions. What is the speed and length of the second train ?
Q13. There are two trains, one of which is 256 meters long and traveling at 39 mt/sec and the other one is 224 metres long
traveling at 9 metres/ sec. How long will it take to cross each other while traveling in the same direction and when they cross
in opposite directions.
Q14. There are two trains whose combined length is 400 and the difference between their length is 200. They take 20 seconds to cross each other while traveling in the same direction and take 10 seconds when they cross in opposite directions. What are the length of the two trains ? What are the speeds at which the trains are traveling?
Q15. There are two trains one of which is 250 meters long traveling at 39 metres/ sec. They take 25 seconds to cross each
other while traveling in the same direction and take 5 seconds when they cross in opposite directions. What is the speed and
length of the second train ?
Q16. There are two trains, one of which is 275 meters long and traveling at 54 mt/sec and the other one is 175 metres long
traveling at 36 metres/ sec. How long will it take to cross each other while traveling in the same direction and when they cross in opposite directions.
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MATCH THE WORDS IN SET A WITH THEIR MEANINGS IN SET B
SET A :
Q17. Desecrate, Q18. Impermeable, Q19. Reprieve, Q20. Guile, Q21. Cognate, Q22. Insolent,
SET B :
A. Deceitful or cunning
B. Asking for too much, like too many holidays.
C. A temporary stay on punishment
D. Showing lack of respect
E. To be happy as you are getting home leave after long time
F. To confirm your air ticket with travel agent.
G. To Fly back home.
H. Not permitting passage of liquid or gas.
I. To be sad as your home leave is about to be over.
J. Allied by blood, or having same origin.
K. Profane
L. To be happy with the current status.
M. To cook food.
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Variable Cost Questions
Q23. The cost per head of joining a school picnic party is partly fixed and partly vary linearly depending upon number of students who join the picnic. If 30 students join the party the expense per head is Rs. 5,900. If the number of students is increased to 45 the expense per head is Rs 5,600. How much would be the expense per head if the number of student is further increased to 60 ?
Q24. The hostel expenses of a MBA institute is partly fixed and partly vary linearly, depending upon number of students in the
hostel. If 34 students stay at the hostel the expense per head is Rs. 8,360. If the number of students is increased to 48 the
expense per head is Rs 7,905. How much would be the expense per head if the number of student is further increased to 65 ?
