Solved MAT 2001 Intelligence & Critical Reasoning Question Paper

The upcoming Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is to be conducted on 3 and 9 February 2013. Find here the Solved MAT Intelligence & Critical Reasoning Question paper from the year 2001. It contains 40 questions.

Solved MAT 2001 Intelligence and Critical Reasoning Question Paper
Solved MAT 2001 Intelligence and Critical Reasoning Question Paper

MAT is conducted four times in a year by All India Management Association (AIMA). Upcoming Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is to be conducted on 3 and 9 February 2013. Find here the Solved MAT Intelligence & Critical Reasoning Question paper. It has 40 questions. Practice here with previous year papers.

Directions for question 1 to 3 : Read the following information carefully to answer these questions.
A sample poll of 200 votes revealed the following information concerning three candidates A, B and C of a certain party who were running for three different offices.
28 in favour of both A and B.
98 in favour of A or B but not C.
42 in favour of B but not A or C.
122 in favour of B or C but not A.
64 in favour of C but not A or B.
14 in favour of A and C but not B.

1. How many voters were in favour of all the three candidates?
1) 14
2) 8
3) 20
4) 16

Answer: 2

2. How many voters were in favour of A irrespective of B or C?
1) 78
2) 64
3) 42
4) 56

Answer: 1

3. How many voters were in favour of B irrespective of A or C?
1) 78
2) 62
3) 48
4) 86

Answer: 4

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