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    Question 1-4:

    At All Pakistan the weightlifting championship, seven college athletesÖ. M, N, O, P, Q, R and SÖ.. Are being weighted. In order to make categories, the coach has given the following information.
    (i) Each athlete has not exactly the same weight as another athlete.
    (ii) R is heavier than S, but lighter than O.
    (iii) P is heavier than S.
    (iv) Both M and N are heavier than O.

    1) Which of the following could not be true?
    (A) M is the heaviest.
    (B) N is the heaviest.
    (C) P is the heaviest.
    (D) More than three athletes are heavier than R.
    (E) More than three athletes are lighter than R.

    2) Which of the following, if true, would be sufficient to determine the lighter athlete?
    (A) P is the heaviest.
    (B) P is lighter than R.
    (C) R is heavier than Q.
    (D) Q is heavier than R.
    (E) Five candidates are lighter than M.

    3) If Q is heavier than M, how many different ranking by weight, of the athletes are possible?
    (A) 1
    (B) 2
    (C) 3
    (D) 5
    (E) 7

    4) If O is heavier than P, which of the following cannot be true?
    (A) Pís weight is equal to the average of Rís weight and Sís weight.
    (B) Qís weight is equal to the average of Rís weight and Sís weight.
    (C) Pís weight is equal to the average of Mís weight and Nís weight.
    (D) Q is the second lightest.

    Question 5-8:

    Three women __X, Y and Z are travelling in a van with five children __ A, B, C, D and E. the van has a driverís sent and one passenger seat in the front, and two benches behind the front seats, one bench behind the first. Each bench has room for exactly three people. Everyone must sit in a seat or on a bench and seating is subject to the following restrictions. A woman must sit on each bench. Either X or Y must sit in the driverís seat. C must sit immediately beside E.

    5) Which of the following can sit in the front passenger seat?
    (A) C
    (B) D
    (C) X
    (D) Y
    (E) Z

    6) Which of the following groups of three can sit together on a bench?
    (A) A, C and E
    (B) A, C and Z
    (C) A, Y and Z
    (D) B, D and Y
    (E) D, E and X

    7) If A sits immediately beside Z, which of the following cannot be true?
    (A) C sits immediately beside Y.
    (B) D sits immediately beside Z.
    (C) B sits in the front passenger seat.
    (D) A sits on the same bench as B.
    (E) B sits on the same bench as X.

    8) If Y sits on a bench that is behind where C is sitting, which of the following must be true?
    (A) B sits in a seat or on a bench that is in front of where E is sitting.
    (B) D sits in a seat or on a bench that is in front of where A is sitting.
    (C) A sits on the same bench as B.
    (D) D sits on the same bench as Y.
    (E) E sits on the same bench as Z.

    Two statements, labeled X and Y, follow each of the following questions. The statements contain certain information. In the questions you do not actually have to compute an answer, rather you have to decide whether the information given in the statements X and Y is sufficient to find a correct answer by using basic mathematics and everyday facts.


    9) How much time will computer need to solve 150 problems?
    X. The computer needs 50 seconds to solve one problem.
    Y. Computer never takes more than 60 seconds to solve a problem.

    (A) Statement X, Alone is sufficient but Y. Alone is not sufficient to answer this question.
    (B) Statement Y, Alone is sufficient but X. Alone is not sufficient to answer this question.
    (C) Statement X and Y. TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question but NEITHER of them is sufficient ALONE.
    (D) Statement X and Y. COMBINED are NOT sufficient to answer the question and additional information is needed to find the correct answer.

    10) A horse ran 80 miles without stopping. What was its average speed in miles per hour?
    X. the journey started at 6 pm and ended at 2 am the following day.
    Y. The horse ran 20 miles per hour for the first 40 miles.

    (A) Statement X. ALONE is sufficient but Y. ALONE is not sufficient to answer this question.
    (B) Statement Y. ALONE is sufficient but X. ALONE is not sufficient to answer this question.
    (C) Statement X and Y. TOGETHER are sufficient to answer this question but NEITHER of them is sufficient ALONE .
    (D) Statement X and Y. COMBINED are NOT sufficient to answer this question and additional information is needed to find the correct answer.

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