Directions for quantitative comparison problems
The following test has a set of 15 questions which feature in two different columns with a quantity in each. Compare them.
Examples :
Your choice should be A if the quantity in Column A is greater than the quantity in Column B.
Your choice should be B if the quantity in Column B is greater than the quantity in Column A.
Your choice should be C if the quantities in Column A & Column B are equal.
Your choice should be D if you cannot figure out which quantity is greater from the information given.
No credit will be given for choosing choice E.

Any letter or symbol means the same thing throughout a single problem but may not mean the same in different problems.
 Information that is placed between two columns applies to both the columns in that particular problem.
Part I : Quantitative Comparison Questions
Questions 1 to 15 : Each consists of two quantities one in Column A and one in Column B. You are to compare the two quantities and on the answer sheet fill in the oval characters 
A, if the quantity in column A is greater.
B, if the quantity in column B is greater.
C, if the quantities are equal.
D, if the relationship cannot be determined.
AN "E" RESPONSE WILL NOT BE SCORED.
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