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Question 1 of 10

1. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q (1-5) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Surveyors + Offline Surveyors + Who didn’t Survey

What is the average of number of Offline surveyors participated from Streets M, O & P.

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Answer :5. 670 Solution:
Village M:
Total population be M = 800+35M/100 + 370; M = 1800; offline surveyors = 630
Total population be O = 680+30O/100 + 545; O = 1750; offline surveyors = 525
Total population be P = 850+45P/100 + 195; P = 1900; offline surveyors = 855
Average = (630+525+855)/3 = 670

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Answer :5. 670 Solution:
Village M:
Total population be M = 800+35M/100 + 370; M = 1800; offline surveyors = 630
Total population be O = 680+30O/100 + 545; O = 1750; offline surveyors = 525
Total population be P = 850+45P/100 + 195; P = 1900; offline surveyors = 855
Average = (630+525+855)/3 = 670

Question 2 of 10

2. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q (1-5) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Surveyors + Offline Surveyors + Who didn’t Survey
Total population in Street N is same as total population in which Street?

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Answer :4. Q Solution:
By observation sum of online surveyors and who didn’t survey in Street N is same as in Street Q and % of offline surveyors is also same. So total population will be same in two streets

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Answer :4. Q Solution:
By observation sum of online surveyors and who didn’t survey in Street N is same as in Street Q and % of offline surveyors is also same. So total population will be same in two streets

Question 3 of 10

3. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q (1-5) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Surveyors + Offline Surveyors + Who didn’t Survey

If all females and 110 males in street Q didn’t participate in the survey, then total how many males have participated in the survey?

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Answer :2. 1590 Solution:
In street Q total population:
x = 790+40x/100+ 410
x =2000 Offline surveyors =800
Total male surveyors = 790+800 =1590

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Answer :2. 1590 Solution:
In street Q total population:
x = 790+40x/100+ 410
x =2000 Offline surveyors =800
Total male surveyors = 790+800 =1590

Question 4 of 10

4. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q (1-5) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Surveyors + Offline Surveyors + Who didn’t Survey

What is the average of total population in all five streets together?

Q (1-5) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Surveyors + Offline Surveyors + Who didn’t Survey

Approximately total number of people who didn’t participate in survey in all streets together forms what percent of the total population in all villages together?

The average age of all the 30 students of a class is 26. The minimum age of a student is 20 and the maximum age of another student in the same class is 32 years. When the two students whose average age was 28 years resticated from the class but later on one of the resticated student was readmitted. Now the average age of the class is:

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Answer :5.Can’t be determined Solution:
Based on the data average cannot be determined

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Answer :5.Can’t be determined Solution:
Based on the data average cannot be determined

Question 9 of 10

9. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Rs. 2,00,000 was invested by Vikash in fixed deposit @ 10% per annum at CI. However every year he has to pay 10% tax on the compound interest. How much money does Vikash has after 3 years?

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Answer :4. Rs. 259005.8 Solution:
1st year = Interest = 20,000 After tax = 18,000 Amount = 2,18,000
2nd year = Interest = 21800 After Tax = 19620 Amount = 237620
3rd year = Interest = 23762 After tax = 21385.8 Amount = 259005.8

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Answer :4. Rs. 259005.8 Solution:
1st year = Interest = 20,000 After tax = 18,000 Amount = 2,18,000
2nd year = Interest = 21800 After Tax = 19620 Amount = 237620
3rd year = Interest = 23762 After tax = 21385.8 Amount = 259005.8

Question 10 of 10

10. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

If the two digits of the age of Mahesh are reversed then the new age so obtained is the age of his wife. 1/11 of the sum of their ages is equal to the difference between their ages. If Mahesh is elder than his wife then find the difference their ages?

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Answer :3. 9 years Solution:
Mahesh age be ‘yx’ = 10y+x
Wife’s age = ‘xy’ = 10x+y
1/11 (10y+x) = (10y+x-10x-y)
5x =4y
Since x and y are digit integers then x =4 and y = 5
Age of Mahesh = 10*5+4 =54
Wife age = 45
Difference = 54-45 = 9

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Answer :3. 9 years Solution:
Mahesh age be ‘yx’ = 10y+x
Wife’s age = ‘xy’ = 10x+y
1/11 (10y+x) = (10y+x-10x-y)
5x =4y
Since x and y are digit integers then x =4 and y = 5
Age of Mahesh = 10*5+4 =54
Wife age = 45
Difference = 54-45 = 9

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