DI Notes

Hi I have searched the whole site but coldnt find any things on DI & DS. colud you please provide my the url where i can find the notes on DI & DS as on maths & English

Books for DI

Is there any book(s) for Data Interpretaion. I have notes of IMS but there is nothing much about short cuts/fundas/basics about DI, only few question sets. ALL sort of suggestions are welcome

Where to get the solution for the FLTs

Hey guyz..Where to get the solution for the FLTs given in this site? please help.


Hello all, Can someone help me in solving this? What is the number x? (1) The HCF of x & 75 is 3 (2) The LCM of x & 75 is 225 Thanks in advance.


Hello all, Can someone give me a solution for this problem? There are 100 children numbered 1 to 100. There are also boxes numbered 1 to 100. Each box contains 1000 toffees. The first child takes 1 toffee from each box numbered 1,2,3,....100. The second child takes 2 toffees from each box numbered 2,4,6,....100, the third child takes 3 toffees from boxes numbered 3,6,9,...99 and so on till the 100th child. Which among the following is / are false? 1. The box left with minimum number of toffees is box numbered 64. 2. The number of boxes from where exactly 2 children took toffees is 25. 3. The number of boxes from where the number of toffees were taken as the number on the box is 2. (A) 1 & 2 (B) 1 (C) 2 & 3 (D) 1,2 & 3 Thanks in advance.

LR questions

How to solve this example prvided in your site: Example3 Directions for 8 to 10: Mr. Doubt fire has an unique way of attempting the question paper having 50 Qs. He starts from question 1 and attempts all questions which are terms of the A. P with a common difference of 3 in the forward direction and 3 in the reverse direction. If he reaches a stage when he cannot attempt any more question he starts in the reverse direction with the first unanswered question. He repeats the same process and when he reaches a stage when he cant process any further, he reverses his direction again starting with the first unanswered question 8. Which is the 20th question he answers? (A) 50 (b) 48 (c) 47 (d) 44 9. Which is the last question that he answers if he attempts all the 50 questions? (a) 50 (b) 49 (c) 48 (d) 3 10. How many times does he reverse his direction? (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 5 (d) 6 ANSWERS 8. (d) 9. (b) 10.(a)

Box Game Question

You and I play the following game on an 8 X 8 square grid of boxes: Initially, every box is empty. On your turn, you choose an empty box and draw an X in it; if any of the four adjacent boxes are empty, you mark them with an X as well. (Two boxes are adjacent if they share an edge.) We alternate turns, with you moving first, and whoever draws the last X wins. How many choices do you have for a first move that will enable you to guarantee a win no matter how I play?