Direction for the question: W, X, Y and Z are four friends, who do not mind exchanging items, X has two chessboards each costing s. 500, and a record player. Z originally had a cycle and Walkman; each cricket bat cost Rs. 700. Both W and Z got a cricket bat from Y, X have his record player costing Rs. 2000 to Y, Z gets a camera costing Rs. 1500 from W. The cycle of Z costs Rs. 1000 and the Walkman is for Rs. 700. Y had three cricket bats at the beginning and W had two cameras the total cost of which is Rs. 5000. X gave one of his chessbards to Z and took Z’s cycle. Z gave his Walkman to W.
Who became the gainer by highest amount through exchange?
D.Rs. 9000-Rs. 10000
Direction for the question: The question contains two statements and two conclusions numbered I and II.
You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and decide which of the given conclusion (s) from the two given statements.
Answer (1) if only conclusion I follow.
Answer (2) if only conclusion II follows.
Answer (3) if neither I nor II follows.
Answer (4) if both I and II follows.
I. Some vegetables are fruits.
II. No fruit is black.
I. Some fruits are vegetables.
II. No vegetable is black.
I. Some players are signers.
II. All signers are tall.
I. Some players are tall.
II. All players are tall.