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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.

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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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