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Wipro State Bank Of India Bank SBI Sbi Indian Bank Sbi Sbi Clerk Exams State Bank Of India SBI Dir Sir, My Name Is K.seshu Vara Prasad, I Have Small Clarification, I Completed My 10th In 2001. After I Completed B-com In Nagarjuna University Of Dista

can anyone provide the answer for the puzzle below
There are 25 horses,in each race only 5 horses can
participate.how many races are required to select best 5
horses out of 25.
need answer with detailed explanation

In 1991, was the number of people in City A three times
greater then the number of people in City B?
1) In 1991, there were approximately 1.1 million more people
in City A than in City B.
2) In 1991, the 300,000 Catholics in City A made up 20% of
its population, and the 141,000 Buddhists in City B made up
30% of its population.
a) if statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2)
alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
b) if statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1)
alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
c) if BOTH statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are sufficient to
answer the question asked, but NEITHER statement ALONE is
sufficient.
d) if EACH statement ALONE is sufficient to answer the
question asked.
e) if statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient to
answer the question asked, and additional data specific to
the problem are needed.

The owner of a hobby store needed to calculate the
percentage of customers who purchase wood glue. Upon
completing his survey, he noticed that 60% of the people
that entered his store purchased an item. Of those
customers, 15 percent purchased wood glue. What percent of
the people that entered the store purchased wood glue?

DATAINTERPRETATION ( 5 QUESTIONS 10 MINUTES )
DIRECTIONS(Q1-5)
THESE QUESTIONS ARE BASED ON THE TABLE BELOW
BRAND
SALES IN JAN’99
PERCENTAGE CHANGE FROM EARLY YEAR
K
7.5
12%
L
10
3%
M
22
-5%
N
34
-10%
O
16
-20%
Q1). Sales of brand M in Jan’98 was what percentage of
Jan’99 sales?
a) 17.22%
b) 24.58%
c) 29.58%
d) 21.22%
e) Cannot be determined
Q2). The ratio of sales of N in 1998 to O sales in 1998?
a) 43 : 34
b) 13 : 10
c) 23 : 13
d) 31 : 22
e) 54 : 43
Q3). What is the proportion of sales of K, l and M to the
total sales of all brands in 1999?
a) 36.28%
b) 26.19%
c) 32.32%
d) 12.23%
e) 44.13%
Q4). By how much have the sales of O and N together fallen
in Jan’99 as compared to Jan’98 ?
a) 32
b) 19
c) 22
d) 27
e) 21
Q5). Which brand faced the maximum changes in the sales from
Jan’98 to Jan’99 ?
a) K
b) L
c) M
d) N
e) O

Four persons A, B, C and D are playing cards.Each person
has one card, laid down on the table below him, which has
two different colours on either side. The colours visible
on the table are Red, Green, Red and Blue. They see the
color on the reverse side and give the following

A husband and wife has a combined age of 91.the husband is
now twice as old as his wife was when he was as old as she
is now. How old are they?
A 60,31 B 71,20 C 52,39 D 56,32

You have 8 balls. One of them is defective and weighs less
than others. You have a balance to measure balls against
each other. In 2 weighings how do you find the defective
one?

A man leaves office daily at 7:00 pm. A driver with car
comes from his home to pick him from office and bring back
home. One day he gets free at 5:30 and instead of waiting
for driver he starts walking towards home.In the way he
meets the car and return home on car. He reaches home 20
min earlier than usual.in how much time does the man reach
home usually... ? GIVE THE STEPS PLZ...