Solved Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) 2009: Data Interpretation & Quantitative Ability
Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) is conducted by Xavier Group of Institutions for admissions in their Management courses in various disciplines. Find here the solved Data Interpretation and Quantitative Ability section from XAT 2009 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 Solved Data Interpretation and Quantitative Ability section from XAT 2009 paper.
1. A rural child specialist has to determine the weight of five children of different ages. He knows from his past experience that each of the children would weigh less than 30 Kg and each of them would have different weights. Unfortunately, the scale available in the village can measure weight only over 30 Kg. The doctor decides to weigh the children in pairs. However his new assistant weighed the children without noting down the names. The weights were: 35, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 42, 45, 46 and 47 Kg. The weight of the lightest child is:
1) 15 Kg.
2) 16 Kg.
3) 17 Kg.
4) 18 Kg.
5) 20 Kg.
2. Rajesh walks to and fro to a shopping mall. He spends 30 minutes shopping. If he walks at speed of 10 km an hour, he returns to home at 19.00 hours. If he walks at 15 km an hour, he returns to home at 18.30 hours. How fast must he walk in order to return home at 18.15 hours?
1) 17 km/hour
2) 17.5 km/hour
3) 18 km/hour
4) 19 km/hour
5) None of the above