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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhen Ravi was born, Pooja was 29 years older than Ramesh and Vikram was 25 years older than Vivek. If Ramesh is 2 years older than Vivek. After 6 years the average age of the family is 20. Then what is the age of Vikram when Ravi was born?
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Answer – 2. 28
Explanation:
Vivek = x; Ramesh = x+2; Pooja = 29+x+2; Vikram = 25+x
Present age – 4x+58
After 6 years
4x+58+30 = 4x+88
4x+88 = 100
x = 3
Vikram’s age = 25+x = 28.Incorrect
Answer – 2. 28
Explanation:
Vivek = x; Ramesh = x+2; Pooja = 29+x+2; Vikram = 25+x
Present age – 4x+58
After 6 years
4x+58+30 = 4x+88
4x+88 = 100
x = 3
Vikram’s age = 25+x = 28. 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeJohn and David have to clear their respective loans by paying 3 equal annual installments of Rs. 30000 each. John pays at 10% per annum of SI while David pays 10% per annum CI. What is the difference in their payments?
Correct
Answer – 1) Rs. 300
Explanation :
John = SI
1st year=100
2nd = 100+10% of 100=110
3rd = 110+10% of 100=120
Total = 330
David = CI
1st year = 100
2nd year =100+10% of 100=110
3rd year=110+10% of 110=121
Total = 331
Difference = 331330=1%
30000*1%=300Incorrect
Answer – 1) Rs. 300
Explanation :
John = SI
1st year=100
2nd = 100+10% of 100=110
3rd = 110+10% of 100=120
Total = 330
David = CI
1st year = 100
2nd year =100+10% of 100=110
3rd year=110+10% of 110=121
Total = 331
Difference = 331330=1%
30000*1%=300 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA Minibus travelled to a place Q from P, the first 50 km at 10 kmph faster than the usual speed, but it returned the same distance at 10 kmph slower than usual
speed. If the total time taken by the Minibus is 12 hours, then how many hours will travel at the faster speed?Correct
Answer – 3. 2 hours
Explanation :
Total time taken,
[50/(x10)] + 50/(x +10)] = 12 hours.
x = 15
Time is taken by the Minibus at faster speed = 50/(15+10) = 2 hours.Incorrect
Answer – 3. 2 hours
Explanation :
Total time taken,
[50/(x10)] + 50/(x +10)] = 12 hours.
x = 15
Time is taken by the Minibus at faster speed = 50/(15+10) = 2 hours. 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn a particular week the average number of people who visited the Taj Mahal is 40. If we exclude the holidays then the average is increased by 16. Further if we exclude also the day on which the maximum number of 112 people visited the Taj Mahal, then the average becomes 42. The number of holidays in the week is
Correct
Answer – 2. 2
Explanation:
Total number of people = 40 * 7 = 280
(7n)*(40+16) = 280
(7n)*56 = 280
7n = 5
Number of holidays = 2Incorrect
Answer – 2. 2
Explanation:
Total number of people = 40 * 7 = 280
(7n)*(40+16) = 280
(7n)*56 = 280
7n = 5
Number of holidays = 2 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude1 50 87 111 127 136
Correct
Answer – 4) 87
Explanation :
1 + 7² = 50
50 + 6² = 86
86 + 5² = 111
111 + 4² = 127
127 + 3² = 136Incorrect
Answer – 4) 87
Explanation :
1 + 7² = 50
50 + 6² = 86
86 + 5² = 111
111 + 4² = 127
127 + 3² = 136 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections.Q(610): Read the following data and answer the following questions.
In a College, there are 1200 students who have visited 5 different places – Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Taj Mahal, Mahabodhi Temple and Ajanta Caves. Forty five percent of the total students are boys. Thirty percent of the total girls visited Mahabodhi Temple. Twofifth of the total girls visited Qutub Minar. Number of girls who visited Ajanta Caves is half of the girls visited Qutub Minar. Twothird of the remaining girls visited Red Fort. Total number of students who visited Mahabodhi Temple is 300. Twenty percent of the total boys visited Qutub Minar. Forty percent of the total boys visited Ajanta Caves. Equal number of boys visited Red Fort and Taj Mahal.
What is the total number of girls who visited Qutub Minar, Mahabodhi Temple and Red Fort together ?
Correct
Answer – 4) 506
Explanation
Girls = 264+198+44 =506
Incorrect
Answer – 4) 506
Explanation
Girls = 264+198+44 =506

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections.Q(610): Read the following data and answer the following questions.
In a College, there are 1200 students who have visited 5 different places – Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Taj Mahal, Mahabodhi Temple and Ajanta Caves. Forty five percent of the total students are boys. Thirty percent of the total girls visited Mahabodhi Temple. Twofifth of the total girls visited Qutub Minar. Number of girls who visited Ajanta Caves is half of the girls visited Qutub Minar. Twothird of the remaining girls visited Red Fort. Total number of students who visited Mahabodhi Temple is 300. Twenty percent of the total boys visited Qutub Minar. Forty percent of the total boys visited Ajanta Caves. Equal number of boys visited Red Fort and Taj Mahal.
What is the average number of boys who visited Ajanta Caves, Taj Mahal and Mahabodhi Temple?
Correct
Answer – 2) 125
Explanation :
Avg Male = 216+57+102/3 = 125Incorrect
Answer – 2) 125
Explanation :
Avg Male = 216+57+102/3 = 125 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections.Q(610): Read the following data and answer the following questions.
In a College, there are 1200 students who have visited 5 different places – Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Taj Mahal, Mahabodhi Temple and Ajanta Caves. Forty five percent of the total students are boys. Thirty percent of the total girls visited Mahabodhi Temple. Twofifth of the total girls visited Qutub Minar. Number of girls who visited Ajanta Caves is half of the girls visited Qutub Minar. Twothird of the remaining girls visited Red Fort. Total number of students who visited Mahabodhi Temple is 300. Twenty percent of the total boys visited Qutub Minar. Forty percent of the total boys visited Ajanta Caves. Equal number of boys visited Red Fort and Taj Mahal.
Total number of boys who visited Red Fort is what percentage of the total number of girls ?
Correct
Answer – 1) 8.63%
Explanation :
Total Girls = 660
% = 57*100/660 = 8.63%Incorrect
Answer – 1) 8.63%
Explanation :
Total Girls = 660
% = 57*100/660 = 8.63% 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections.Q(610): Read the following data and answer the following questions.
In a College, there are 1200 students who have visited 5 different places – Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Taj Mahal, Mahabodhi Temple and Ajanta Caves. Forty five percent of the total students are boys. Thirty percent of the total girls visited Mahabodhi Temple. Twofifth of the total girls visited Qutub Minar. Number of girls who visited Ajanta Caves is half of the girls visited Qutub Minar. Twothird of the remaining girls visited Red Fort. Total number of students who visited Mahabodhi Temple is 300. Twenty percent of the total boys visited Qutub Minar. Forty percent of the total boys visited Ajanta Caves. Equal number of boys visited Red Fort and Taj Mahal.
What is the ratio between the total number of girls to the total number of boys?
Correct
Answer – 3) 11:9
Explanation :
Girls = 660
Boys = 540
660:540 = 66:54 = 11:9Incorrect
Answer – 3) 11:9
Explanation :
Girls = 660
Boys = 540
660:540 = 66:54 = 11:9 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections.Q(610): Read the following data and answer the following questions.
In a College, there are 1200 students who have visited 5 different places – Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Taj Mahal, Mahabodhi Temple and Ajanta Caves. Forty five percent of the total students are boys. Thirty percent of the total girls visited Mahabodhi Temple. Twofifth of the total girls visited Qutub Minar. Number of girls who visited Ajanta Caves is half of the girls visited Qutub Minar. Twothird of the remaining girls visited Red Fort. Total number of students who visited Mahabodhi Temple is 300. Twenty percent of the total boys visited Qutub Minar. Forty percent of the total boys visited Ajanta Caves. Equal number of boys visited Red Fort and Taj Mahal.
What is the difference between the total number of boys visited Qutub Minar and Taj Mahal together to the total number of girls visited Red Fort and Ajanta Caves together?
Correct
Answer – 4) 11
Explanation :
Qutub Minar and Taj Mahal = 108+57 = 165
Red fort and Ajanta caves = 44+132 = 176
Difference = 176165 =11Incorrect
Answer – 4) 11
Explanation :
Qutub Minar and Taj Mahal = 108+57 = 165
Red fort and Ajanta caves = 44+132 = 176
Difference = 176165 =11
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