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Question 1 of 10

1. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

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

If the ratio of total profits earned in the year 2015 to 2017 is 51:47. Then C invested amount for how many months in the year 2015 if C’ share is Rs. 2200?

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Answer :5. Cannot be determined
Solution:
Based on above data solution cannot be determined

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Answer :5. Cannot be determined
Solution:
Based on above data solution cannot be determined

Question 2 of 10

2. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

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

If C’s share in the year 2012 is equal to C’s share in the year 2013, then what is the share of B in the year 2013 if both B and C invested for same number of months?

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Answer :1. Rs.1600
Solution:
In 2012: A:B:C =25*8: 50*7:40*9 = 20:35:36
Total profit = 4550
C’s share = 36*4550/91 = 1800
In 2013: C’share =1800
Total profit = 5150
A:B:C = 35*10:40*x:45*x= 70:8x:9x
C’share =( 9x*5150)/(70+17x) =1800
x =8 months
B’ share = 8*8*5150/(70+17*8) = 1600

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Answer :1. Rs.1600
Solution:
In 2012: A:B:C =25*8: 50*7:40*9 = 20:35:36
Total profit = 4550
C’s share = 36*4550/91 = 1800
In 2013: C’share =1800
Total profit = 5150
A:B:C = 35*10:40*x:45*x= 70:8x:9x
C’share =( 9x*5150)/(70+17x) =1800
x =8 months
B’ share = 8*8*5150/(70+17*8) = 1600

Question 3 of 10

3. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

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

If C’s share in the year 2016 is Rs.1400 then what is the value of ‘X’?

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Answer:3. Rs. 5000
Solution:
8*(x-1500)*5450/((x-500)*8+9x+8*(x-1500)) = 1400
x =5000

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Answer:3. Rs. 5000
Solution:
8*(x-1500)*5450/((x-500)*8+9x+8*(x-1500)) = 1400
x =5000

Question 4 of 10

4. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

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

What is the difference between the shares of A in the years 2012 and 2014?

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Answer :2. Rs. 1200
Solution:
In 2012: A:B:C = 25*8:50*7:40*9 = 20:35:36
A’ share = 20*4550/91 = 1000
In 2014: A:B:C = 55*8: 60*7:35*10 =44:42:35
A’ share = 44*6050/121 = 2200
Difference = 2200-1000 =1200

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Answer :2. Rs. 1200
Solution:
In 2012: A:B:C = 25*8:50*7:40*9 = 20:35:36
A’ share = 20*4550/91 = 1000
In 2014: A:B:C = 55*8: 60*7:35*10 =44:42:35
A’ share = 44*6050/121 = 2200
Difference = 2200-1000 =1200

Question 5 of 10

5. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

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

In which of the following year B’ share is more than the rest of the years?

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Answer :5. Cannot be determined
Solution:
Some values are missing in the data so nothing can be said

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Answer :5. Cannot be determined
Solution:
Some values are missing in the data so nothing can be said

Question 6 of 10

6. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q (6-10) In the following questions two quantities are given you have to calculate both the values and identify the relation between them Quantity I: On selling 23 books at Rs. 720, there is a loss equal to cost price of 5 books. Then cost price of one book Quantity II: On selling 13 books at Rs. 720, there is a profit equal to cost price of 5 books. Then cost price of one book

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Answer :5. Quantity I= Quantity II or Relation cannot be established
Solution:
Quantity I:
5cp = 23cp-720
cp =40
Quantity II:
5cp =720-13cp
cp =40

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Answer :5. Quantity I= Quantity II or Relation cannot be established
Solution:
Quantity I:
5cp = 23cp-720
cp =40
Quantity II:
5cp =720-13cp
cp =40

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

A bag contains 5 Red, 6 Green and 4 yellow balls. Four balls are chosen at random Quantity I: The Probability of being 2 Green, 1 Red, 1 yellow Quantity II: The probability of being 2 Green and 2 Red

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Answer :1. Quantity I> Quantity II
Solution:
Since denominators will be common calculate only numerators
Quantity I: 6C2*5*4 = 300
Quantity II: 6C2*5C2 = 150

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Answer :1. Quantity I> Quantity II
Solution:
Since denominators will be common calculate only numerators
Quantity I: 6C2*5*4 = 300
Quantity II: 6C2*5C2 = 150

Question 8 of 10

8. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Quantity I: If some articles are bought such that cost price of 7 articles is Rs. 5 and were sold 5 articles for Rs. 7. Then Profit % Quantity II: If some articles are bought such that cost price of 14 articles is Rs. 10 and were sold 10 articles for Rs. 14. Then Profit %

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Answer :5. Quantity I= Quantity II or Relation cannot be established
Solution:
Both quantities are same no need to calculate

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Answer :5. Quantity I= Quantity II or Relation cannot be established
Solution:
Both quantities are same no need to calculate

Question 9 of 10

9. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Quantity I: On selling ‘X’ books at Rs. 768, there is a loss equal to cost price of 7 books. The cost price of one book is Rs.48 Quantity II: On selling ‘Y’ books at Rs. 1440, there is a profit equal to cost price of 7 books. Then cost price of one book is Rs.48

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Answer:5. Quantity I= Quantity II or Relation cannot be established
Solution:
Quantity I:
7*48 = x*48-768
x =23
Quantity II:
7*48 =1440-y*48
y =23

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Answer:5. Quantity I= Quantity II or Relation cannot be established
Solution:
Quantity I:
7*48 = x*48-768
x =23
Quantity II:
7*48 =1440-y*48
y =23

Question 10 of 10

10. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Quantity I: Volume of Cube having side 24 m Quantity II: Volume of cylinder having diameter 42 m and height 9 m

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Answer :1. Quantity I> Quantity II
Solution:
Quantity I:
V =24^3 = 13824
Quantity II:
V = 22/7*21*21*9 = 12474

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Answer :1. Quantity I> Quantity II
Solution:
Quantity I:
V =24^3 = 13824
Quantity II:
V = 22/7*21*21*9 = 12474

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