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Answer – 2) x < y
Explanation:
x = 2, 3
y =3.5, 4
x < y

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Answer – 2) x < y
Explanation:
x = 2, 3
y =3.5, 4
x < y

Question 6 of 10

6. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

I) x^{2} = 49 II) y^{2} + 8y + 15 = 0

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Answer – 5) x = y or relationship between x & y cannot be established
Explanation:
x = -7, 7
y = -5, -3

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Answer – 5) x = y or relationship between x & y cannot be established
Explanation:
x = -7, 7
y = -5, -3

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Manoj sold two clocks – A and B. Marked price of clock A was Rs 500 more than that of clock B. He sold clock A at Rs 1620 after giving successive discounts of 20% and 10% on its marked price(MP). What was the selling price(SP) of clock B, if Manoj sold it at a discount of 20% on its marked price(MP)?

Correct

Answer – 3) 1400
Explanation:
MP of A = X
X * 80/100 *90/100= 1620
X= 2250
Marked price of clock B = Rs (2250-500)=Rs 1750
SP of clock B = (1750 *80)/100=Rs 1400

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Answer – 3) 1400
Explanation:
MP of A = X
X * 80/100 *90/100= 1620
X= 2250
Marked price of clock B = Rs (2250-500)=Rs 1750
SP of clock B = (1750 *80)/100=Rs 1400

Question 8 of 10

8. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Out of his monthly salary, Dinesh invested 30% in equity funds. From his remaining salary, he paid 20% towards house–rent and the respective ratio between the expenses towards house rent, grocery and medicine was 7:12:8. If Dinesh was left with Rs 4400. What was his monthly salary?

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Answer – 1) Rs. 27500
Explanation:
Let Dinesh’s monthly salary = Rs. 100
Investment in equity fund =Rs. 30
Expenditure on house rent = (70 *20)/100= Rs 14
Expenditure on grocery = Rs. 24
Expenditure on medicine =Rs. 16
Savings = 100-(30+14+24+16) =Rs (100-84)= Rs 16
(100*4400)/16= Rs. 27500

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Answer – 1) Rs. 27500
Explanation:
Let Dinesh’s monthly salary = Rs. 100
Investment in equity fund =Rs. 30
Expenditure on house rent = (70 *20)/100= Rs 14
Expenditure on grocery = Rs. 24
Expenditure on medicine =Rs. 16
Savings = 100-(30+14+24+16) =Rs (100-84)= Rs 16
(100*4400)/16= Rs. 27500

Question 9 of 10

9. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Anil reduces his speed to two-third to walk a distance and consequently becomes late by an hour. With his usual speed he covers the same distance in

Correct

Answer – 3) 2 hours
Explanation:
Distance = x km
Usual speed = y kmph
x/y-3x/2y=-1
x=2y
Required time = 2 hours

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Answer – 3) 2 hours
Explanation:
Distance = x km
Usual speed = y kmph
x/y-3x/2y=-1
x=2y
Required time = 2 hours

Question 10 of 10

10. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Amit and Baskar started a business by investing Rs. X and Rs. (X+3000) respectively. After 9 months from the start of the business, Baskar left. If the respective ratio in Amit’s share and Baskar’s share in the annual profit is 8 : 9, what is the value of X?