A multiple-choice quiz
by ace_sodium.
Estimated time: 22 mins.

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Answer:
**Both the statements are not sufficient**

Julia acting in the movie doesn't mean Jason has to be in the movie.

Who's Danny?

Hence both the statements don't help us arrive at a conclusive answer.

Julia acting in the movie doesn't mean Jason has to be in the movie.

Who's Danny?

Hence both the statements don't help us arrive at a conclusive answer.

Answer:
**Both the statements are not sufficient**

Jason is not taller than Mason doesn't mean he is shorter - they could be of the same height.

Same with statement B.

Combining both statements, we still cannot say conclusively who is the tallest.

Jason is not taller than Mason doesn't mean he is shorter - they could be of the same height.

Same with statement B.

Combining both statements, we still cannot say conclusively who is the tallest.

Answer:
**Both the statements are needed to get the answer**

From statement A, we can only know that Gotham city is the northenmost with respect to Springfield; we don't know of the actual location of Riverdale.

If we use statement B alone, we don't know the position of Gotham city.

If we combine the two statements, we know that Gotham city is the northern most.

From statement A, we can only know that Gotham city is the northenmost with respect to Springfield; we don't know of the actual location of Riverdale.

If we use statement B alone, we don't know the position of Gotham city.

If we combine the two statements, we know that Gotham city is the northern most.

Answer:
**Both the statements are not sufficient**

x^2 = 4 implies that X=2 or -2. Hence we cannot say whether X is a natural number.

x^3 = 27 implies X=3 or one of two solutions involving complex numbers.

Therefore it is not possible to determine if X is a natural number based on statements A or B; so both statements are not sufficient.

x^2 = 4 implies that X=2 or -2. Hence we cannot say whether X is a natural number.

x^3 = 27 implies X=3 or one of two solutions involving complex numbers.

Therefore it is not possible to determine if X is a natural number based on statements A or B; so both statements are not sufficient.

Answer:
**Statement A alone is sufficient**

From statement A, we know that selling price of one unit is 100 dollars, since this will only cover the variable cost of that unit.

So no matter how many units are produced, the company will not recover its fixed costs.

From statement A, we know that selling price of one unit is 100 dollars, since this will only cover the variable cost of that unit.

So no matter how many units are produced, the company will not recover its fixed costs.

Answer:
**Both the statements are not sufficient**

We cannot say how far Springfield is from New York because we don't know their relative positions.

Hence both the statements are relatively useless.

We cannot say how far Springfield is from New York because we don't know their relative positions.

Hence both the statements are relatively useless.

Answer:
**Statement B alone is sufficient**

From statement A, we cannot conclude anything.

From statement B, we know that the price of 2 Kg is more because 4 Kg of rice cost 11 Rupees. (Read the question again).

From statement A, we cannot conclude anything.

From statement B, we know that the price of 2 Kg is more because 4 Kg of rice cost 11 Rupees. (Read the question again).

Answer:
**Statement B alone is sufficient**

Statement A doesn't tell us anything of its own

Statement B tells that Heather got the second rank because only Jenny got more marks than her.

Statement A doesn't tell us anything of its own

Statement B tells that Heather got the second rank because only Jenny got more marks than her.

Answer:
**Statement A alone is sufficient**

Statement A is enough because X^3 greater than Y^3 means X is positive, otherwise X^3 will be less than Y^3.

Statement A is enough because X^3 greater than Y^3 means X is positive, otherwise X^3 will be less than Y^3.

Answer:
**Both the statements are not sufficient**

There could be other intelligent boys in the class!

There could be other intelligent boys in the class!

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