# Data Comparison Questions : Level 01

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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. Set T consists of all the three digit numbers greater than 450 that contain the digits 2, 4 and 5 with no digit repeated.
Column A
The number of 3 digit nos. in set T
Column B
4
2. Set T consists of all the positive integer multiples of 2 that are less than 50, and set R consists of all the positive integer multiples of 7 that are less than 50.
Column A
The number of integers that set T and R have in common
Column B
4
3.
Column A
The number of different prime factors of 28 that are greater than 2
Column B
The number of different prime factors of 24 that are greater than 2
4. The product of two consecutive positive integers equals 6 times the smaller integer.
Column A
The sum of the two integers
Column B
10
5. Integers t, u, v, w, x and y are equally spaced on the number line, yt = 30
Column A
vu
Column B
6
6.
Column A
The sum of 3 greatest distinct integers that are less than 2
Column B
The sum of 2 least distinct integers that are greater than -1
7. Let (m, n) be defined as the set of all integers between m and n, excluding m and n. For example, (0, 3.5) = {1, 2, 3}. x is in (2, 6), y is in (6,9)
Column A
x
Column B
y
8.
Column A
Number of integers between 15 and 51 that are squares of integers
Column B
Number of integers between 6 and 126 that are cubes of integers
9. The first number in a sequence of 10 numbers is 3
Column A
The sum of the first 10 numbers in the sequence
Column B
30
10. The sum of the negative of t and the square of s is less than 2
Column A
t + 2
Column B
s 2