Mark [a], if I alone is sufficient to answer the question.
Mark [b], if II alone is sufficient to answer the question.
Mark [c], if both I and II needed to answer the question.
Mark [d], if neither I nor II is sufficient to answer the question.
Mark [e], if either I or II is sufficient to answer the question but not both.
1. Will the new mayor prove more useful than the last one?
I. The new mayor has preformed a number of urgently required tasks for the benefit of the city.
II. The new mayor is disciplined and is achievement-oriented.
2. Are colleges today understaffed?
I. The paucity of teachers is reflected in the unmanageably high number of students per teacher.
II. Many posts in colleges lie vacant as there is a dearth of qualified personnel.
3. How has the trading business fared in the last two months?
I. Due to rising demands from other countries in the last couple of months the actual market size increased for traders.
II. Thanks to increased capacities, traders were able to meet the rise in demand.
4. Is the study of Philosophy necessary for children today?
I. Philosophy acquaints one with the purpose of life.
II. Children need to understand the implications of their environment, which they can get only from philosophy.
5. Are writers of pulp fiction intelligent people?
I. Pulp fiction relies on an astute understanding of human nature and sharp perspective on the current environment.
II. Pulp fiction is widely read by some of the most intelligent people in the world.