 # Data Comparison Questions : Level 02

DIRECTIONS for questions 1 to 10: In each of these questions, two quantities are mentioned, at column A and at column B.
To mark the answers to the questions, use the following instructions.
Choose 1: If the quantity in column A is greater.
Choose 2: If the quantity in column B is greater.
Choose 3: If the two quantities are equal.
Choose 4: If the relationship cannot be determined.
1. k is a positive integer. v = 10 × k
Column A
The sum of the digits of k
Column B
The sum of the digits of v
2. m and n are integers. 0 < m < n < 10
Column A
The number of multiples of m between 1 and 100
Column B
The number of multiples of n between 1 and 100
Option: 1
Explanation: When m, n are integers between 1 and 10, and m < n, the number of multiples of m will be more than the number of multiples of n. E.g. for 8 , 9, the number of  multiples are respectively  12 and 11
3.
Column A
The sum of three different prime numbers if each number is less than 10
Column B
The sum of three different positive even integers if each integer is less than 10
4. a is a positive integer.
Column A
The remainder when a is divided by 7
Column B
The remainder when a2 is divided by 7
5. S = (-3, -2, 2, 3). The members of a set T are the squares of numbers in set S.
Column A
The number of members of S
Column B
The number of members of T
6. The average (arithmetic mean) of 5 positive integers is 70.
Column A
The median of the 5 integers
Column B
70
7. R, S and T are 3 consecutive odd integers and R < S < T
Column A
R + S + 1
Column B
S + T – 1
8. x, y and z are negative integers
Column A
xyz
Column B
x + y + z
9. x is an integer, and the remainder when 2x is divided by 4 is 0
Column A
The remainder when x is divided by 4
Column B
0
10. Each of w and x is less than 5 and greater than 2. Each of y and z is less than 2 and greater than 1.
Column A
w + x
Column B
y + z