Common Information
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.
The $2006$ batch of a premier B school in India fared poorly in the three courses namely Statistics, Economics and Business Maths in their first semester examinations.
The batch was divided into four sections $A$, $B$, $C$ and $D$ and every student in the batch wrote the examination on each of the three mentioned courses.
The following bar graph provides information about the number of students who failed in each of the courses in the four sections.
It also provides information about the total number of students and the number of students who failed in two courses in each of the four sections. No student failed in all the three courses.
Q21. 
Common Information Question: 2/5 In section $C$, how many students failed in atleast one course? 
A.  102 

B.  96 

C.  95 

D.  107 

E.  89 
Q22. 
Common Information Question: 3/5 How many students in the $2006$ batch passed in all the three courses? 
A.  58 

B.  61 

C.  62 

D.  64 

E.  67 
Q23. 
Common Information Question: 4/5 Across all the four sections at least how many students did not fail only in Statistics? 
A.  271 

B.  279 

C.  261 

D.  275 

E.  274 
Q24. 
Common Information Question: 5/5 Across all the four sections at most how many students passed in both Statistics and Business Maths? 
A.  121 

B.  136 

C.  153 

D.  197 

E.  217 
Common Information
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.
Each of the six siblings namely Azhar, Atif, Aslam, Aaqib, Armaan and Ahmad are asked to choose three sports out of six different sports namely Cricket, Football, Hockey, Basketball, Swimming and Volleyball. Each of the given sports is chosen by at least one of the siblings. The number of siblings who chose Cricket, Football, Hockey, Basketball, Swimming and Volleyball are denoted by $C, F, H, B, S$ and $V$ respectively. The following bar – graph provides details about the values of $C, F, H, B$ and $V$.
Additional Information Given
I. Atif has chosen exactly one sport, which Armaan did not choose.
II. There are exactly two sports that have been chosen by Azhar as well as Aslam and there are exactly three sports that have not been chosen by Aslam as well as Ahmad.
III. Ahmad chose Cricket and Swimming and Armaan did not choose Basketball.
Q25. 
Common Information Question: 1/5 What is the value of $(6 – S)$? 
A.  4 

B.  3 

C.  1 

D.  Cannot be uniquely determined 