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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ (15). Study the Bar graph and answer the following questions?
Note: Cost price and Marked Price is same on both Monday and Tuesday
The loss incurred while selling 2 units of Item F on Monday was Rs. 100 more than the loss incurred on one unit of F sold on Tuesday. The Cost Price of item F was 4% less than its Marked Price. What is the Marked Price of Item F?Correct
Answer: 3
Solution:
Loss on Monday = 2(CP – MP*90/100)
Loss on Tuesday = (CP – MP*88/100)
Monday loss is 100 more than Tuesday and CP = MP*96/100
2(CPMP*90/100) – (CPMP*88/100) = 100
MP = 2500Incorrect
Answer: 3
Solution:
Loss on Monday = 2(CP – MP*90/100)
Loss on Tuesday = (CP – MP*88/100)
Monday loss is 100 more than Tuesday and CP = MP*96/100
2(CPMP*90/100) – (CPMP*88/100) = 100
MP = 2500 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ (15). Study the Bar graph and answer the following questions?
Note: Cost price and Marked Price is same on both Monday and Tuesday
While selling one unit of item B and item D on Tuesday, profit earned is 20% and 50% respectively. But the profit in money is equal. Then what is Marked Price of item B?Correct
Answer : 2
Solution:
Item D discount 40% MP = 1200
SP = 720
720 = CP*150/100
CP = 480
Profit = SPCP = 720480 = 240
Item B 10% discount on MP
SP = MP*90/100
SP = CP*120/100
Profit = SPCP = 240
SP = 1440
MP = 1600Incorrect
Answer : 2
Solution:
Item D discount 40% MP = 1200
SP = 720
720 = CP*150/100
CP = 480
Profit = SPCP = 720480 = 240
Item B 10% discount on MP
SP = MP*90/100
SP = CP*120/100
Profit = SPCP = 240
SP = 1440
MP = 1600 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ (15). Study the Bar graph and answer the following questions?
Note: Cost price and Marked Price is same on both Monday and Tuesday
On selling one Unit of item A, the ratio between Profit on Monday and Tuesday was 8:5. What is the Cost Price of item A?Correct
Answer: 2
Solution:
Profit = SPCP
Item A Monday:
MP= 1800; discount = 20%
SP = 1440
Profit = 1440cp
Item A Tuesday:
MP = 1800 discount = 25%
*SP = 1350
Profit = 1350cp
the ratio of profits:
1440cp/1350cp = 8/5
CP = 1200Incorrect
Answer: 2
Solution:
Profit = SPCP
Item A Monday:
MP= 1800; discount = 20%
SP = 1440
Profit = 1440cp
Item A Tuesday:
MP = 1800 discount = 25%
*SP = 1350
Profit = 1350cp
the ratio of profits:
1440cp/1350cp = 8/5
CP = 1200 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ (15). Study the Bar graph and answer the following questions?
Note: Cost price and Marked Price is same on both Monday and Tuesday
Selling Price of item C on Monday was what percent more than Selling Price of the same item on Tuesday?Correct
Answer : 4
Solution:
(8280)/80*100 = 2.5%Incorrect
Answer : 4
Solution:
(8280)/80*100 = 2.5% 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ (15). Study the Bar graph and answer the following questions?
Note: Cost price and Marked Price is same on both Monday and Tuesday
Selling Price of E on Monday was Rs. 160 more than Tuesday. If the profit earned on Monday was 52%, what was the Cost Price of item E?Correct
Answer :2
Solution:
Monday : 24% discount
SP = MP*76/100
Tuesday: 40% discount
SP = MP*60/100
MP*(7660)/100 = 160
MP = 1000
SP = 760
Profit on Monday 52%
CP = 500Incorrect
Answer :2
Solution:
Monday : 24% discount
SP = MP*76/100
Tuesday: 40% discount
SP = MP*60/100
MP*(7660)/100 = 160
MP = 1000
SP = 760
Profit on Monday 52%
CP = 500 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude1, 4,14, 67,257,?
Correct
Answer :5
Solution:
1+1*31 = 4
42*32 = 14
14+3*33 = 67
673*34 = 257
257+5*35 = 958Incorrect
Answer :5
Solution:
1+1*31 = 4
42*32 = 14
14+3*33 = 67
673*34 = 257
257+5*35 = 958 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeProfit on selling 12 candles is equals selling price of 5 bulbs. While the loss on selling 12 bulbs equal selling price of 4 candles. Also, profit percentage equals to the loss percentage and cost of a candle is half of the cost of a bulb. What is the ratio of selling price of candles to the selling price of a bulb?
Correct
Answer :5
Solution:
Let CP of candle be x and Sp of candle be y
Then CP of bulb be 2x and SP of bulb be z
Candle: profit on 12 candles = SP of 5 bulbs
12(yx) = 5z
Bulb: loss on 12 bulbs = SP of 4 candles
12(2xz) = 4y
Profit percentage is equal to loss percentage
5z/12x = 4y/12*2x
y/z = 5/2Incorrect
Answer :5
Solution:
Let CP of candle be x and Sp of candle be y
Then CP of bulb be 2x and SP of bulb be z
Candle: profit on 12 candles = SP of 5 bulbs
12(yx) = 5z
Bulb: loss on 12 bulbs = SP of 4 candles
12(2xz) = 4y
Profit percentage is equal to loss percentage
5z/12x = 4y/12*2x
y/z = 5/2 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeRavi and Raju are two different persons, but when they worked together, they complete it in 20 days. Had Ravi worked at half of his efficiency and Raju at five times of his efficiency it would have taken them to finish the job in 50% of the scheduled time. In how many days Raju can complete the job working alone?
Correct
Answer :5
Solution:
1/Rv + 1/Rj = 1/20
1/2Rv + 5/Rj = 1/10
Solving both equations
Raju can complete the work alone in 60 days
Incorrect
Answer :5
Solution:
1/Rv + 1/Rj = 1/20
1/2Rv + 5/Rj = 1/10
Solving both equations
Raju can complete the work alone in 60 days

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeSita lends an equal sum of money at the same rate of interest to A and B. The money lends to A becomes twice of the original amount in just four years at simple interest. WhileSita lends to B for the first two years at compound interest and for the rest two years at simple interest. The difference between the amount of A and B after 4 years is Rs. 2970. What is the amount of money that Sita lends to each one?
Correct
Answer : 3
Solution:
For A:
2x = x + x*4*r/100
R = 25%
For B:
First two years CI
A = x (1+25/100)2 = 25x/16
Next two years at SI
Interest = 25x/16*25*2/100 = 25x/32
Total amount 4 years = 25x/16+25x/32 = 75x/32
Difference between A and B amounts = 2970
75x/322x =2970
x =8640Incorrect
Answer : 3
Solution:
For A:
2x = x + x*4*r/100
R = 25%
For B:
First two years CI
A = x (1+25/100)2 = 25x/16
Next two years at SI
Interest = 25x/16*25*2/100 = 25x/32
Total amount 4 years = 25x/16+25x/32 = 75x/32
Difference between A and B amounts = 2970
75x/322x =2970
x =8640 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeTwo trains start simultaneously from two stations Bhopal and Delhi, respectively towards each other on the same track. The distance between the two stations is 540 km and the speeds of trains are 25 kmph and 35 kmph. Simultaneously with the trains, a sparrow sitting on the top of one of the train starts towards the other and reverses its direction on reaching the other train and so on. If the speed of sparrow is 70 kmph then the distance that the sparrow lies before being crushed between the train is?
Correct
Answer : 2
Solution:
Distance between Bhopal and Delhi is 540 Km
Let time taken by two trains to meet = t
540 = (25+35)*t
t =9 hrs
In 9 hrs sparrow travels before being crushed = 9*70 Km = 630 kmIncorrect
Answer : 2
Solution:
Distance between Bhopal and Delhi is 540 Km
Let time taken by two trains to meet = t
540 = (25+35)*t
t =9 hrs
In 9 hrs sparrow travels before being crushed = 9*70 Km = 630 km
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