IIT being one of the most prestigious colleges in India are sought after not only for the Undergraduate and grduate level technical courses but also for the Management courses. Practice with the fully solved Data Interpretation section from IIT`s Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET) December 2010 question paper here. IIT now accepts CAT Score for admissions but their selection process remains as tough as it was then. It has 30 questions in it.
Directions (Qs. 26 to 28) "Answer these questions on the basis of information provided below.
In a management institute, during the placement process of 100 students, 70 students got offers from the Finance area, 40 students got offers from the Marketing area and 30 students got offers from HR area. Of these, 20 students received offers from the Finance and Marketing areas, 15 students got offers from the Marketing and HR areas and 10 students got offers from the HR and Finance areas.
26. How many students received offers only from two areas?
27. How many students received offers from the Finance area but nor from any other area?
28. What percentage of students received offers both from Finance and Marketing but not from HR?
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