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# Data Sufficiency Questions and Answers

**Data Sufficiency Questions and Answers**

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Definition
Data sufficiency means checking and testing a given set of information to see if it is enough to answer a given question. These are designed to test the candidate's ability to correlate every provided question to reach a conclusion.

## Data Sufficiency Statements

- If data in statement I alone is sufficient to acquire the answer, but statement II alone is insufficient.
- If data in statement II alone is sufficient to acquire the answer, but the statement I alone is insufficient
- If data in both the statements together are sufficient to acquire the answer, but neither statement I and II alone is sufficient to answer the question;
- If the data in each statement individually is sufficient to acquire the answer;
- If data given in both the statement I and II are not sufficient to acquire, and more information is needed to answer the question.

Note
Data sufficiency questions assess your analytical and logical reasoning skills. They are designed to challenge your ability to work with limited information and make decisions based on that information. Practicing these questions can help improve your problem-solving skills and ability to assess information critically.

**Rules**

- Consider each statement as an individual statement and treat it as an independent statement.
- To solve every question, first, check the statement I and ensure that whether the answer can be acquired from the statement I alone. If a confirmed answer is developed from the first statement, then the answer will be (a) or (d).
- Now, consider the second statement. If statement II is autonomously adequate to provide the answer to the question and statement, I is not adequate to answer, then mark the option (b) or (d) as the answer.
- There is a possibility where both the statements are required to provide the answer to the question, and neither of both the statement alone has the essential information to acquire the answer. In that case, it is required to choose option (c) as the correct answer.
- After looking carefully at statement I, the options such as either A and D or B, C, and E can be eliminated immediately. This tool is very powerful and can be on every question of Data Sufficiency.

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