Directions: These questions are based on the pie charts given below.
Directions: These questions are based on the information and table given below.
Here an accurate interpretation of Table A would enable one to solve the entire set very easily.
The Beaufort number is 0 when wind speed is less than 1 km/hr. Now let us construct a table for Beaufort numbers with the corresponding wind speed reading (i.e. cumulative of the column reading given in the second column of table A). When the Wind Speed Reading is 20 the Beaufort Number is 5. The corresponding sea Disturbance Number is 3 for which the average wave height is 0.6. When the Wind Speed Reading is 74. The Beaufort Number is 13 for which the average wave height is 4.
âˆ´ The average wave height range is 0.6 â€“ 4.
Directions: Refer the data given below to answer the following questions.
Directions: Refer the data given below to answer the following questions.
6 students at CAV sat down to discus a MoCAT. They sat in a circle, with a girl between any 2 boys. After some time, a girl – Taby, walked out, and the two girls who remain are Sandhya and Shikha, Amit, a faculty at CAV notices that
The answer is: Indeterminate
Directions: These questions are based on the data given below.
Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H – are sitting in eight chairs all of which are facing the same direction. The eight chairs are arranged in two rows and four colums.
Also, the following information is known.
If H and E sit in the same column then, we get the following arrangement:
AHBC
GEDF
or
ABHC
GDEF
In either case, B sits in the same column as D.