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Venkatesan S
IIM Bangalore Alumni | Cleared CAT 2015 | Cleared IIM B, C, L, K & I | Co-founder Xtractus Cooking Oil

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  1. DATA INTERPRETATION Video 06 Venkatesan S IIMB Alumni


  2. Question #06 A College cafeteria serves 70 students everyday on an average. The cafeteria has stocks from Pepsi, Bovonto, Frooti and Coke brands. None of the students bought more than 2 brands. No student who bought Pepsi also bought Coke. No student who bought Frooti also bought Bovonto. The ratio of the number of students who bought one brand to the number of students who bought two brands is 13 10. 21 students bought Bovonto and 22 students bought Frooti. 14 students bought only Pepsi and 12 students bought only Coke. The number of students who bought both Pepsi and Frooti is 3. The difference between the number of students who bought both Pepsi and Bovonto and the number of students who bought both Coke and Bovonto is 2. Similarly the difference between the number of students who bought both Coke and Bovonto and the number of students who bought both Frooti and Coke is 2. Except one student rest all students bought at least one drink out of the available brands.


  3. Question #06 How many students bought both Bovonto and Coke? 1) 8 2) 9 3) 12 4) Multiple answers are possible


  4. Question #06 How many students bought either Pepsi or Bovonto? 1) 38 2) 42 3) 34 4) Multiple answers are possible


  5. Question #06 How many students bought Coke? 1) 32 2) 30 3) 28 4) Multiple answers are possible


  6. Question #06 If the number of students who bought only Frooti is more than the number of students who bought Frooti along with another drink, then how many students bought Pepsi? 1) 28 2) 35 3) 22 4) 25


  7. Question #06 A College cafeteria serves 70 students everyday on an average. The cafeteria has stocks from Pepsi, Bovonto, Frooti and Coke brands. None of the students bought more than 2 brands. No student who bought Pepsi also bought Coke. No student who bought Frooti also bought Bovonto. The ratio of the number of students who bought one brand to the number of students who bought two brands is 13 10. 21 students bought Bovonto and 22 students bought Frooti. 14 students bought only Pepsi and 12 students bought only Coke. The number of students who bought both Pepsi and Frooti is 3. The difference between the number of students who bought both Pepsi and Bovonto and the number of students who bought both Coke and Bovonto is 2. Similarly the difference between the number of students who bought both Coke and Bovonto and the number of students who bought both Frooti and Coke is 2. Except one student rest all students bought at least one drink out of the available brands.


  8. A College cafeteria serves 70 students everyday on an average. The cafeteria has stocks from Pepsi, Bovonto, Frooti and Coke brands. None of the students bought more than 2 brands. No student who bought Pepsi also bought Coke. No student who bought Frooti also bought Bovonto. PEPSI BOVONTO 0 0 FROOTI 0 0 0 COKE 0 0


  9. The ratio of the number of students who bought one brand to the number of students who bought two brands is 13 10. PEPSI BOVONTO 0 0 FROOTI 0 0 0 COKE One Brand 39 0 0 Two Brand 30


  10. 21 students bought Bovonto and 22 students bought Frooti. 14 students bought only Pepsi and 12 students bought only Coke. The number of students who bought both Pepsi and Frooti is 3 21 PEPSI BOVONTO 14 3 0 0 FROOTI 0 0 0 12 COKE One Brand 39 0 0 Two Brand 30


  11. Question #06 The difference between the number of students who bought both Pepsi and Bovonto and the number of students who bought both Coke and Bovonto is 2 Similarly the difference between the number of students who bought both Coke and Bovonto and the number of students who bought both Frooti and Coke is 2. 11+9+7


  12. Question #06 How many students bought both Bovonto and Coke? 1) 8 2) 9 3) 12 4) Multiple answers are possible


  13. Question #06 If the number of students who bought only Frooti is more than the number of students who bought Frooti along with another drink, then how many students bought Pepsi? 1) 28 2) 35 3) 22 4) 25