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Question 1 of 10

1. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

A sum of Money was invested in two schemes. In scheme A, the sum “X” invested with 8% per annum at SI and in scheme B he invested X+1600 principal for two years at SI and the difference of its interest is 190, then find the value of X

Correct

Answer – 5) Cannot be determined
Explanation :
(X+1600)*R*2/100 – (X*8*T)/100 =190
Cannot be determined

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Answer – 5) Cannot be determined
Explanation :
(X+1600)*R*2/100 – (X*8*T)/100 =190
Cannot be determined

Question 2 of 10

2. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

The ratio of the downstream speed of boat and speed of the stream is 9:1, the speed of the current is 4 kmph, find the distance traveled upstream in 6 hours.

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Answer – 4) 168 Km
Explanation:
D = S+R ; U = S-R
S+R/R = 9/1
R = 4
S+R = 36; S = 32
D = (32-4)*6 = 168

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Answer – 4) 168 Km
Explanation:
D = S+R ; U = S-R
S+R/R = 9/1
R = 4
S+R = 36; S = 32
D = (32-4)*6 = 168

Question 3 of 10

3. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

The sum of four consecutive even numbers is greater than three consecutive odd numbers by 27. If the sum of last odd and last even number is 31, then find the difference between the largest odd and the largest even number.

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Answer – 4) 5
Explanation :
Let even numbers be x, x+2, x+4, x+6
Let odd numbers be y, y+2, y+4
Then 4x-3y =21 –(1)
x+y = 21 –(2)
From (1) and (2)
x = 12 y = 9
largest even = 18 largest odd = 13
difference = 5

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Answer – 4) 5
Explanation :
Let even numbers be x, x+2, x+4, x+6
Let odd numbers be y, y+2, y+4
Then 4x-3y =21 –(1)
x+y = 21 –(2)
From (1) and (2)
x = 12 y = 9
largest even = 18 largest odd = 13
difference = 5

Question 4 of 10

4. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

The average age of Amit and Bala, 2 years ago was 26. If the age of Amit, 5 years hence is 40 yrs, and Bala is 5 years younger to Chand, then find the difference between the age of Amit and Chand?

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Answer – 1) 9
Explanation :
Amit + Bala = 56
Amit + 5 = 40
Amit = 35
Bala = 21
Chand =21+5 = 26
Amit – Chand = 35-26 = 9

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Answer – 1) 9
Explanation :
Amit + Bala = 56
Amit + 5 = 40
Amit = 35
Bala = 21
Chand =21+5 = 26
Amit – Chand = 35-26 = 9

Question 5 of 10

5. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

The average of X, Y, Z is 28, X:Y = 6:7, X+Y = 52, then find Y-X=?

Correct

Answer – 4) 4
Explanation :
X + Y = 52; X:Y = 6:7
X = 24; Y = 28
Y – X = 4

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Answer – 4) 4
Explanation :
X + Y = 52; X:Y = 6:7
X = 24; Y = 28
Y – X = 4

Question 6 of 10

6. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

The Length of a rectangle is 80% of diagonal of the square of area 2025m^2, then find the area of a rectangle if its perimeter is 96√2.

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Answer – 4) 864 m^2
Explanation :
a^2 = 2025
a = 45
L = 80% of a√2 = 36√2
2(l+b) = 96√2
b = 12√2; area = 864 m^2

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Answer – 4) 864 m^2
Explanation :
a^2 = 2025
a = 45
L = 80% of a√2 = 36√2
2(l+b) = 96√2
b = 12√2; area = 864 m^2

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Arun can do a piece of work in 24 days, Beulah is 20% more efficient than Arun. If Catherine can do the same work in 10 more days than Beulah, find days taken by Arun and Catherine together to complete the work.

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Answer – 5) 40/3 days
Explanation :
Beulah can complete in 20 days
Catherine can do it in 30 days
Arun and Catherine can complete in 40/3 days

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Answer – 5) 40/3 days
Explanation :
Beulah can complete in 20 days
Catherine can do it in 30 days
Arun and Catherine can complete in 40/3 days

Question 8 of 10

8. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

The cost price of two flowers is same, trade man got a profit of 40% on the first flower, selling price of the second flower is 25% less than the first flower, then find profit percent obtained on the second flower.

The ratio of acid to water is 5:4, if two liters of water is added, then the ratio becomes 10:9, then find the new quantity of water in the mixture.

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Answer – 2) 18 l
Explanation :
5x/4x+2 = 10/9
x = 4
Water = 4x+2 = 18

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Answer – 2) 18 l
Explanation :
5x/4x+2 = 10/9
x = 4
Water = 4x+2 = 18

Question 10 of 10

10. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

The annual salary of David is 7.68 lakhs. Every month he spends 12000 on his children’s education, 1/13th of rest in grocery, 7000 in Life Insurance, find the monthly saving he is left with.

Correct

Answer – 2) Rs.41,000
Explanation :
Monthly income = 7.68 L/12 = 64000
12000 on children’s education = 64000-12000 = 52000
1/13 on grocery then left out = 52000*12/13 = 48000
7000 on Life Insurance = 48000-7000 = 41000

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Answer – 2) Rs.41,000
Explanation :
Monthly income = 7.68 L/12 = 64000
12000 on children’s education = 64000-12000 = 52000
1/13 on grocery then left out = 52000*12/13 = 48000
7000 on Life Insurance = 48000-7000 = 41000

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