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Solved XAT 2008 Data Interpretation & Quantitative Ability Question Paper

Find here the solved XAT 2008 Data Interpretation & Quantitative Ability question paper conducted by Xavier Group of Institutions. XAT is conducted once in a year for admission in Management courses of Xavier Group of Institutions. It had 44 questions with questions on Functions, Circles, Quadrilateral, Integers, Whole Numbers, Sequences and Series, Time and Distance, Real Numbers and Data Interpretation.

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Solved XAT 2008 Data Interpretation and Quantitative Ability Question Paper
Solved XAT 2008 Data Interpretation and Quantitative Ability Question Paper

XAT 2013 is scheduled for 6 January 2013. It is a national level entrance examination conducted by Xavier Group of Institutions for admission in Management programs every year. The Xavier group is regarded as one of the very prestigious institutes. Find here the complete Solved XAT 2008 Data Interpretation & Quantitative Ability question paper. It had 44 questions with questions on Functions, Circles, Quadrilateral, Integers, and Whole Numbers, Sequences and Series, Time and Distance, Real Numbers and Data Interpretation.

1. ABCD is a quadrilateral. The diagonals of ABCD intersect at the point P. The area of the triangles APD and BPC are 27 and 12, respectively. If the areas of the triangles APB and CPD are equal then the area of triangle APB is
1) 12
2) 15
3) 16
4) 18
5) 21

Answer: 4

2. Two circles of radius 1 cm. touch at point P. A third circle is drawn through the points A, B, and C such that PA is the diameter of the first circle, and BC – perpendicular to AP – is the diameter of the second circle. The radius of the third circle is __ cms.
1) 9/5
2) 7/4
3) 5/3
4) √(10)/2
5) 2

Answer: 3

3. Let X = {a, b, c} and Y = {l, m}. Consider the following four subsets of X × Y.
    F 1 = {(a, l), (a, m), (b, l), (c, m)}
    F 2 = {(a, l), (b, l), (c, l)}
    F 3 = {(a, l), (b, m), (c, m)}
    F 4 = {(a, l), (b, m)}
Which one, amongst the choices given below, is a representation of functions from X to Y?
1) F 1, F 2 and F 3
2) F 2, F 3 and F 4
3) F 2 and F 3
4) F 3 and F 4
5) None of the above

Answer: 2

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