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Venkatesan S
IIM Bangalore Alumni | Cleared CAT 2015 | Cleared IIM B, C, L, K & I

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10/10 for the third time ! :)
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Ankush Sachan
a year ago
Bhai itne khush mat ho...mujhe to ye soch k tnsn ho jati k agar aise questions pre me aa gye to cutoff ko to 'wings lag jayenge'
Ankush Sachan don't be so over confident many times your so called "aise" questions so low also
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Ankush Sachan
a year ago
shi baat hai..time aur buddhi kabhi bhi kharab ho sakti hai :P
Akhil Fakeer
a year ago
bahut badiya ...lagge raho bhai....
  1. DATA INTERPRETATION Video 13 Tables Venkatesan S IIMB Alumni


  2. Question #13 Five brothers had shared the five ornaments of their father as below. Each of the ornaments had different ratios of Gold, Silver, Bronze and Platinum. The details are given below Ornament Gold (%) Silver (%) Bronze (%) Platinum 30 15 20 10 40 20 15 40 30 10 40 35 10 50 30 10 35 30 10 20


  3. Question #13 A Customer was ready to pay a hefty amount for a new ornament with at least 25% each of Gold, Silver and Bronze. If only any two of the five brothers should meet this requirement, then in how many ways can one choose the two brothers from whom the ornaments has to be selected? 1) 0 2) 1 3) 2 4)> 2


  4. Question #13 If the prices of Gold, Silver, Bronze and Platinum for 10 gm are Rs. 10,000, Rs. 5,000, Rs.1,000 and Rs. 20,000 respectively, what can be the price of 10 grams of a new ornament containing 35% Gold, 25% Bronze, and 3090 Silver if it is known that the ornament is formed by mixing equal quantities of metals from exactly two brothers? 1) Rs. 7,050 2) Rs. 8,050 3) Rs. 9,050 4) It is not possible to make such an ornament with metals from only two brothers


  5. Question #13 If ornaments from two brothers are mixed in equal proportions so as to obtain a new ornament with maximum percentage of Gold and Silver combined, what is the minimum percentage of Platinum in the ornament so obtained? (You cannot take parts of any metal from any ornament)


  6. Question #13 Ornament Gold (%) Silver (%) Bronze (%) Platinum 30 15 20 10 40 20 15 40 30 10 40 35 10 50 30 10 35 30 10 20


  7. tion #13 A Customer was ready to pay a hefty amount for a new ornament with at least 25% each of Gold, Silver and Bronze. If only any two of the five brothers should meet this requirement, then in how many ways can one choose the two brothers from whom the ornaments has to be selected? | Silver (%) Bronze (96) Gold (96) 30 15 20 10 40 20 15 40 30 10 40 35 10 50 30


  8. Question #13 If the prices of Gold, Silver, Bronze and Platinum for 10 gm are Rs. 10,000, Rs. 5,000, Rs.1,000 and Rs. 20,000 respectively, what can be the price of 10 grams of a new ornament containing 35% Gold, 25% Bronze, and 30% Silver if it is known that the ornament is formed by mixing metals from exactly two brothers? 1) Rs. 7,050 2) Rs. 8,050 3) Rs. 9,050 4) It is not possible to make such an ornament with metals from only two brothers. Cost 0.35 X 10000 + 0.25 X 5000 + .3 X 1000 + 0.2 X 20000 = 3500 + 1250 + 300 + 4000 = 9050


  9. Question #13 If the prices of Gold, Silver, Bronze and Platinum for 10 gm are Rs. 10,000, Rs. 5,000, Rs.1,000 and Rs. 20,000 respectively, what can be the price of 10 grams of a new ornament containing 25% Gold, 25% Bronze, and 30% Silver if it is known that the ornament is formed by mixing equal quantities of metals from exactly two brothers? Silver (%) 20 15 40 30 10 Bronze (%) Platinum Ornament Gold (%) 30 15 20 10 40 40 35 10 50 30 10 35 30 10 20


  10. Question #13 If ornaments from two brothers are mixed in equal proportions so as to obtain a new ornament with maximum percentage of Gold and Silver combined, what is the minimum percentage of Platinum in the ornament so obtained? (You cannot take parts of any metal from any ornament) 20 | Silver (%) Platinum Ornament Gold (%) 30 15 20 10 40 20 15 40 30 10 10 35 30 10 20