Section | Number of questions | Time Duration |
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Verbal Ability and Logical Ability | 26 | 165 Minutes No Sectional limit. |
Decision Making | 21 | |
Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation | 27 | |
Total | 74 |
Part-2:
Section | Number of questions | Time Duration |
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General Knowledge | 25 | 15 Minutes |
The XAT Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation section in the Part-1, has 27 objective questions. Below mentioned are the different categories of expected questions in the Part-1 of XAT Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation Section.
Answer: D
2. What is the sum of the following series?
—74, —76, —78, …. …. …., —100
Answer: B
3. In the diagram below, RS = QU = 10 units and \(\angle\)RTS = \(\angle\)QPU = 30°. What would be the area of ∆PTS? (Note: Diagram below may not be proportional to scale.)
Answer: D
4. Two diagonals of a parallelogram intersect each other at coordinates (18.5, 24.5). Two adjacent points of the parallelogram are (6.5, 8.5) and (14.5, 17). Find the lengths of the diagonals.
Answer: D
5. Charlie plans to order a wedding gift for her friend from an e-retailer. However, the wedding coincides with the Christmas season during which demand for buying online goods is huge and hence deliveries are often delayed. He estimates that the probability of receiving the wedding gift, in time, from the e-retailers P, Q, R and S would be 0.6, 0.8, 0.9 and 0.5 respectively. Playing safe, he orders from all four e-retailers simultaneously. What would be the probability that her friend would receive the wedding gift in time?
Answer: E
6. The figure below has been obtained by folding a rectangle. The total area of the figure (as visible) is 256 square meters. Had the rectangle not been folded, the current overlapping part would have been a square. What would have been the total area of the original unfolded rectangle?
Answer: C
Direction(7 – 10): Given below is the data of production and consumption of wheat (in tonnes) in India during the given time period. (Production + Import = Consumption + Export + change in closing stock)
Year | Consumption | Export | Import | (-) and (+) in Closing Stock |
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2001 – 2002 | 350480 | 816 | 19,940 | 7015 |
2002 – 2003 | 385850 | 1861 | 8093 | (7465) |
2003 – 2004 | 425465 | 1030 | 51635 | 33640 |
2004 – 2005 | 461765 | 1498 | 19770 | 4120 |
2005 – 2006 | 471820 | 1315 | 32070 | 39990 |
2006 – 2007 | 491545 | 1740 | 29534 | 40665 |
2007 – 2008 | 528110 | 5889 | 20207 | 4605 |
2008 – 2009 | 531475 | 12356 | 8572 | (8580) |
7. Calculate the total amount of import during the year?
Answer: D
8. Calculate the average quantity of production from the year 2001-2002 to 2003- 2004?
Answer: C
9. What is the respective ratio of average export and average import during the period?
Answer: A
10. Find the approximate percentage growth in the quantity of the export during the entire period?
Answer: B