**CASELET 1** *Directions for questions 1-5: Answer the questions based on the graphs given below* There was a census conducted to estimate the number of people who were not from the local population in five different cities; A,B,C,D,E. The table below shows the number people who constituted a part of this non-local population in 5 consecutive years *Assume percentage share to remain the same for all 5 years* GRAPH 1- Percentage share of the three types of non-locals in these Cities GRAPH 2- Percentage distribution of regional distribution of Indians GRAPH 3- Percentage distribution of regional distribution of NRIs GRAPH 4- Percentage distribution of regional distribution of Foreign Nationals 1) In 2005, What is the difference between the non-local NRI population from America and the European category of Foreign Nationals?

- a) 9200 b) 10234 c) 8644 d) 8738

2) What is the percentage change in the percentage increase in the number of non-local North Indian people in City A and non-local Foreign Nationals of the Asian category in City D, from 2001 to 2002?

- a) 11% b) 20% c) 16% d) 31%

3) The average amount spent by an American Foreign National for staying in a hotel in city E is Rs 3800. The average amount spent by a North Indian for staying in a hotel in city D is Rs 2375. What is the difference in expenditure on hotel stay by these two non-local groups over the given period? *(Assume that all the individuals in the above mentioned groups stay in hotels duringthis period)*

- a) 350 b) 291.5 c) 300 d) 250.25

4) What is the percentage increase in the number of Foreign Nationals from the category “others” over the given period?

- a) 45% b) 65% c) 76% d) 52%

5) What is the highest percentage growth in the number of non-local people from East India, between any two consecutive years?

- a) 30% b) 27% c) 21% d) 32%

**CASELET 2** * Directions for questions 6-10: Answer the questions based on the information provided below* ASNL, a government telecom agency, makes a log of all its tariffs for the year 2009. Due to recession, all rates have dropped by 20%. The bill is sent across every two months. Charges per minute are as follows (1) a total of 275 minutes free for 2 months (2) Above 275 upto 2000 minutes, the rate is 80 paise per minute (3) from 2001 up to 5000 minutes, the rate is 1 rupee per minute (4) in excess of 5000, it is 1.25 rupees per minute This tariff charges a rental fee of Rs 330 for every two months. (pulse rate of all calls = 60 seconds. The rental fee is apart from the calls made) 6) What would the telephone bill be if the user has used his phone for 6000 minutes?

- a) Rs. 5630 b) Rs 5960 c) Rs 6250 d) Rs 6996

7) Minu wants to have 2 phones. What would be the number of minutes of usage at which it would be economical for her to buy the second phone, such that the number of minutes she uses on each phone are equal?

- a) Rs 1650 b) Rs 1950 c) Rs 2550 d) Rs 2600

8) What is the difference in the telephone bill over 4 months, if the number of minutes for the first period is 4000 and the number of minutes for the second period is 2500?

- a) 1668 b) 1500 c) 1800 d) 1750

9) Anu wants to have a phone booth wherein she charges Rs.1 per minute. At what number of minutes, would she neither make a profit nor have a loss (over a two month period). Handset cost not taken into account?

- a) 550 b) 1000 c) 300 d) 750

10) The government has changed and the rates are revised. The fixed rental is raised to Rs 400 for every two months; but the number of free minutes is increased to 300. The slabs of charge remain the same. What would be the increase or decrease in telephone bill for a user who is talking for 1600 minutes?

- a) Rs 50 b) Rs 60 c) Rs 70 d) Rs 80

**CASELET 3** Questions 11- 17: Answer the questions based on the information given below There is a triangular cricket tournament conducted between three management institutes- CIMA-A, CIMA-B and CIMA-C. All matches are of 50 overs duration and each over comprises of 6 deliveries. All institutes play against each other twice in the first round. At the end of the first round, the top two teams qualify for the finals. The top two teams are decided by number of points gained by them. 2 points are awarded for a win, 1 for a draw and 0 for a loss. If two or more teams are tied with the same number of points, the run rate difference(RRD) is taken into account. Run Rate(RR) is calculated as the runs scored per over by the team while batting. While batting, if a team loses all its 10 wickets, then all 50 overs are considered while calculating RR or else, the number of overs the team has batted for is taken into account. The RRD is the difference between the RR at which the team scores runs while batting and the RR at which the opponent team scores runs while they are batting in that particular match. The net RRD is then calculated after adding the values of RRD of each match. The table below gives details of all the first round matches. The two graphs below the table show the number of runs scored by each team in a particular match **Graph I Graph II** (X axis→ match number Y axis→ number of runs) 11) Which team does not qualify for the finals?

- a) IIM C b) IIM B c) IIM A d) cannot be determined

12) Which team displayed the best performance in the first round?

- a) IIM A b) IIM B c) IIM C d) cannot be determined

13) The team which failed to make it to the finals, would have made it to the finals if it had won in _____ overs in the last match it played

- a) 48 b) 47 c) 46 d) 49

14) Which team made the best comeback to reach the finals? a) IIM C b) IIM A c) IIM B d) IIM A and IIM C e) cannot be determined 15) What is the highest value of Net Runs per wicket (NRW) for a team? NRW is calculated as the difference between runs per wicket scored by the team and runs per wicket conceded by the team

- a) 10 b) 12.2 c) 22 d) 13.5

16) A team wither wins by scoring more runs ( if it wins by batting first) or by wickets ( if it wins after batting second). The margin by which a team wins is calculated by converting all victories to Final Victory Margin (FVM). If a team batting second wins, the FVM is calculated as = (10- wickets lost by winning team)*5 + deliveries to spare when the match was won. If the team batting first wins, the FVM will be the difference between the runs scored by it and its opponents. What is the highest FVM in any match?

- a) 61 b) 80 c) 35 d) 100

17)As is the normal scenario, there is a legal betting going on. The “number 1 choice” to win the final is the team which had first position in the first round standings. The betting agency accepts bets as 2 to 1 for “number 1 choice” to win the final and 4 to 1 for “number 2 choice” to win the final. A standard fee of Rs.1000 is paid upfront by every person who wants to bet on either of the two teams winning. A total of 10000 people bet. At the end of the match, “number 2 choice” was the winner. The agency had an income of 50 lakhs. How many people betted correctly?

- a) 2000 b) 1500 c) 1000 d) 1250

**CASELET 4** Directions for questions 18-22- Answer the questions based on the information given below At the Kovalam beach, a popular tourist attraction and commercial spot, there was a survey conducted on the type of vehicles being parked at the beach common parking lot over a period of 5 years (April 2000 to March 2005) The pie chart gives the distribution of the type of vehicles being parked. The table below gives the parking rates for different vehicles. Assume that the charges are on a per day basis and no vehicle is parked for more than 24 hours The following bar graph gives the percentage breakup of vehicles that were parked in the lot each year from 2000 to 2005. (Year starts from April and ends in March next year) Note – Read 2000 to 2005 from left to right (eg 17% of the vehicles belong to the “others” category in the year 2000) 18) How many vehicles which were charged for parking were in the parking lot in the year 2003?

- a) 65200 b) 71450 c) 80980 d) none of these

19) In which of the following years was the maximum parking fee collected?

- a) 2005 b) 2002 c) 2001 d) 2003

20) By what percentage is the parking fee collected from trucks different from the parking fee collected by 2 wheelers in the given period of time?

- a) 25.5 b) 62.31 c) 37.5 d) 45.1

21) What is the percentage share of trucks in the total parking fee collected the year 2003?

- a) 27 b) 23 c) 31 d) 28

22) What is the percentage contribution of 2 wheelers and 3 wheelers to the parking fee in 2005?

- a) 30 b) 22.5 c) 28 d) 45

**CASELET 5** * Questions 23-27:- Answer the questions based on the information given below* The following pie-chart and table give the details of the scores made in the first innings of a certain test match by the top four batsmen of the Indian team and all the remaining batsmen, under the title ‘Others’. Further, it is known that only one batsman scored a century in the innings. Also no two batsmen, who scored any runs, scored the same number of runs in the innings. The details of the runs scored by each batsman in 4’s and 6’s, as a percentage of the respective total number of runs made by him, are also given. There were no extras in the total score, which in turn, was not less than 300. Percentage distribution of runs scored by the top four batsmen and ‘Others’. Percentage of their total runs that were scored in 4’s and 6’s 23) What was India’s total score in the innings?

- a) 360 b) 384 c) 400 d) 420

24) The number of 6’s scored by Sehwag in the innings is

- a) 4 b) 3 c) 2 d) 5

25) The number of 4’s scored by Rahul in the innings is

- a) 7 b) 6 c) 10 d) 8

26) The total number of 6’s scored by India in the innings is

- a) 14 b) 13 c) 10 d) 12

27) At most how many players of the Indian team could have failed to score any runs in the innings , given that there were a total of 11 players in the team?

- a) 3 b) 6 c) 5 d) 4

**CASELET 6** Questions 28-32:- Answer the questions based on the information given below The following graph gives the percentage change over the previous week in temperature and humidity in two cities across 6 weeks. 28) In which week was the temperature highest in Delhi?

- a) W3 b)W4 c)W5 d)W6

29) Humidity in Mumbai was lowest in week ____________

- a) W3 b)W2 c)W5 d)W6

30) What is the ratio of temperatures in Delhi to those in Mumbai in W2

- a) 1.08:1.10 b)1.134:1.166 c)8:10 d)Indeterminate

31) A good week is one when temperature decreases by 3% or more & humidity doesn’t change by more than 5% over the previous week. For how many weeks did Delhi experience a ‘good week’?

- a) 0 b)1 c)2 d)3

32) If the humidity in Delhi & Mumbai was 60 in W1, then the no. of times the humidity was less than 60 in both cities from W2 to W6 is ____________

- a) 0 b)1 c)2 d)3

**CASELET 7** * Questions 33-35: Answer the questions based on the information given below* Arnab was keen to make his money work for him, and being a prudent financial analyst, he decided to distribute his earnings in various avenues. Following is the distribution of his earnings over the years from 94-95 to 99-00. Note that, higher proportion in equities and equity options indicate a better equity market and a higher proportion in debt and government bonds indicate a better debt market 33) What was the ratio between the proportion of equities in the total investment portfolio of Arnab between 94-95 and 96-97?

- a) 1.44 b) 2.8 c) 3.23 d) 1.7

34) If Arnab’s reallocation of investment portfolio between equities, equity options and debt, government bonds reflected the way the markets performed in each of the years, what can be said about the performance of the market during the period 94-95 and 99-00?

- a) The equities market peaked in performance in the year 96-97
- b) The year in which the equities market performed the worst in this period was in 97-98
- c) The performance of debt markets was better than equities market in 2 out of 5 years
- d) In 97-98, both the debt, government bonds and equity, options markets performed equally well

35) Which of the following statements is not true for the period 94-95 to 99-00 about the investments of Arnab?

- I) In all the years in this period, funds invested in debt were lower than that in equities
- II) The total amount of funds invested by the funds showed an increase every year during this period

III) The funds allocated to equity options showed a continuous increase after the first two years

- a) I and II only b) I only c) II only d) none of these

**CASELET 8** * Questions 36-39:- Answer the questions based on the information given below:* Pie charts indicate the percentage of passed students who opt for a job in India in various cities in the three indicated years. Assume that the only cities involved are the 5 mentioned below 36) What is the percentage increase in the number of students going for a job for 1995 to 1997?

- a) 22% b) 16% c) 41% d) 30%

37) How many more students decided to opt for a job in Mumbai in 1999 than in 1997?

- a) 1181000 b) 1400000 c) 2075000 d) 2189000

38) What is the total number of students who opted for a job in Calcutta over the three years 95, 97 and 99?

- a) 15.21 million b) 10.58 million c) 8.52 million d) none of these

39) What is the CAGR in the number of students taking the Undergraduate exam from 1995 to 1999?

- a) 1.5 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4

**CASELET 9** ** Questions 40-44:- Answer the questions based on the information given below** The Indian cricket team is known for experiments whether they work or not. There are 11 players in the team. After the world cup debacle, the BCCI was a bit worried regarding the ODI ranking of the Indian cricket team. Hence they decided to send the team to Scotland to play 7 one-day internationals each of 50 overs. One team bats while the others bowl, then the teams swap after 50 overs. Craig Crackle, the coach of the Indian ODI cricket team is a master strategist when it comes to shuffling the batting order. In a match in which India scored 340 runs, 9 batsmen were out and the last unbeaten pair of batsmen together scored 40 runs before they ran out of overs. In the batting order the 4th and the 5th men each scored exactly a 100 runs, while the first two batsmen scored 50 between themselves. The ratio of the runs scored by the first three batsmen, Ganguly, Sehwag and Pathan (though not necessarily 1, 2 and 3 in the batting order) was 6: 4: 3. Two consecutive batsman scored 0, and the first 9 batsmen in the batting order scored either 0 or scores that were multiples of 5. Dhoni was the 8th batsmen in the batting order, and the next person after Dhoni scored a 5. The runs scored by Tendulkar if added to the extras (bonus runs not scored by any batsmen but given by the bowling team to the batting team) equaled Ganguly’s scores. Sehwag scored one-fifth of Yuvraj and equal to Tendulkar. Srinath scored 5 times what Tendulkar scored. Munaf and Mohanty scored 18 and 22 respectively, while together they scored 25 more than Dhoni and Pathan together. Kumble was India’s most successful bowler of the match, and Harbhajan took 2 wickets less than Kumble. 40) What was the number of extras in the Indian score? (a) 0 (b) 10 (c)20 (d) cannot be determined 41) Tendulkar’s number in the batting order was immediately after (a) Yuvraj (b) Srinath (c) Yuvaraj or Srinath (d) cannot be determined 42) What is the total of the least 5 scores in the Indian Cricket team (excluding extras)? (a) 20 (b) 30 (c) 35 (d) 38 43)Who has scored 5 runs? (a) Kumble (b) Harbhajan (c) Tendulkar (d) Kumble or Harbhajan 44)The ratio of the number of runs scored by Pathan to Ganguly is the same as the ratio of the number of runs scored by (a) Extras to Tendulkar (b) Munaf to Mohanty (c) Extras to Sehwag (d) Both a & c

**CASELET 10**

*Consider the information provided in the figure below relating to India’s foreign trade in 1997-98 and the first eight months of 1998-99. Total trade with a region is defined as the sum of exports to and imports from that region. Trade deficit is defined as the excess of imports over exports. Trade deficit may be negative. Key to pie charts: A: U.S.A. B: Germany C: Other E.U. D: U.K. E: Japan F: Russia G: Other East Europe H: OPEC I: Asia J: Other L.D.Cs K: Others 45) What is the region with which India had the highest total trade in 1997-98? a)USA b) Other E. U. c)OPEC d)Others 46) In 1997-98 the amount of Indian exports, in millions US $, to the region with which India had the lowest total trade, is approximately a) 750 b)340 c)220 d)440 47) In 1997-98, the trade deficit with respect to India, in billions of US $, for the region with the highest trade deficit with respect to India, is approximately equal to*

__Questions 45-49:- Answer the questions based on the pie charts below__- a) 6 b)3 c) 4.5 d)7.5

48) What is the region with the lowest trade deficit with India in 1997-98? a) USA b) Asia c)Others d)Other E. U. *Questions 49& 50 These questions are based on the situation give below: *Assume that the average monthly exports from India and imports to India during the remaining four months of 1998-99 would be the same as that for the first eight months of the year. 49) What is the region to which Indian exports registered the highest percentage growth between 1997-98 and 1998-99? a) Other EE b) USA c)Asia d)Exports have declined, no growth 50) What is the percentage growth rate in India’s trade deficit WRT Other East Europe between 1997-98 and 1998-99? a) 18 b) 13 c) 22 d) 9