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Question 1 of 75
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
(540 × 19.98) ÷ 6.001 + 1469.98 – 239.90
Correct
Explanation:
(540 × 20) × ⅙ + 1470 – 240 => 1800+1470240=> 3430Incorrect
Explanation:
(540 × 20) × ⅙ + 1470 – 240 => 1800+1470240=> 3430 
Question 2 of 75
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
1530 ÷ 44.9 × 24.99 + √(650)
Correct
Explanation:
(1530/ 45) × 25 +25 => 34 × 25 +25 => 850+25 => 875Incorrect
Explanation:
(1530/ 45) × 25 +25 => 34 × 25 +25 => 850+25 => 875 
Question 3 of 75
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
11.92² + 36.01² = ?² × 5.95²
Correct
Explanation:
12² + 36² = ?² × 6² => (144+1296)/ 36= ?² => 6Incorrect
Explanation:
12² + 36² = ?² × 6² => (144+1296)/ 36= ?² => 6 
Question 4 of 75
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
(762% of 916) + 1549Correct
Explanation:
(762 × 916)/ 100 +1549= 6980+1549= 8529Incorrect
Explanation:
(762 × 916)/ 100 +1549= 6980+1549= 8529 
Question 5 of 75
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
56321 × 92 = ? × 52105
Correct
Explanation:
56321 × 92 / 52105 = 5181532/ 52105 = 99.44Incorrect
Explanation:
56321 × 92 / 52105 = 5181532/ 52105 = 99.44 
Question 6 of 75
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
(5198 – 2357 – 603) ÷ (46021337)
Correct
Explanation:
(51982960) ÷ (460250) = 2238÷210= 11Incorrect
Explanation:
(51982960) ÷ (460250) = 2238÷210= 11 
Question 7 of 75
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
√(16² × 5 ×7² – 302)
Correct
Explanation:
√(6272302)
Incorrect
Explanation:
√(6272302)

Question 8 of 75
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
0.625³ ÷ 0.25³ × 0.05
Correct
Explanation:
126+1=7Incorrect
Explanation:
126+1=7 
Question 9 of 75
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
(8)^0.75 × (4096)^0.25 ÷ (64)^–1 = (8)^?
Correct
Explanation:
0.75+ 1 +2Incorrect
Explanation:
0.75+ 1 +2 
Question 10 of 75
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(110) Find approximate value(you are not expected to calculate the exact value):
17/8 – 17/16 = ? + 33/32 – 73/64
Correct
Explanation:
17/16 +7/64= 75/64Incorrect
Explanation:
17/16 +7/64= 75/64 
Question 11 of 75
11. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. 23/ √x + 15/√x = 21√x
II. (√y/8) +(25√y/12)= (1/√y)Correct
Explanation:
23+15/ √x = 21√x=> x= 38/21
3√y +50√y/ 24 =1/√y => y= 24/53Incorrect
Explanation:
23+15/ √x = 21√x=> x= 38/21
3√y +50√y/ 24 =1/√y => y= 24/53 
Question 12 of 75
12. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. x²233=208
II. y²+371=47Correct
Explanation:
x= ±21 y=√324(Imaginary)Incorrect
Explanation:
x= ±21 y=√324(Imaginary) 
Question 13 of 75
13. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. x² +4x= 4
II. y²=484Correct
Explanation:
x=2, y=±22Incorrect
Explanation:
x=2, y=±22 
Question 14 of 75
14. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. 2x²24x170=0
II. 4y² +20y56=0Correct
Explanation:
x= 17,5 y= 7,2Incorrect
Explanation:
x= 17,5 y= 7,2 
Question 15 of 75
15. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. 20x² 53x+35=0
II. 42y² 97y+56=0Correct
Explanation:
x= 5/4,7/5
y= 8/7,7/6Incorrect
Explanation:
x= 5/4,7/5
y= 8/7,7/6 
Question 16 of 75
16. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. 225x²=4
II. 2=√(225y)Correct
Explanation:
x=±2/15, y=4/225Incorrect
Explanation:
x=±2/15, y=4/225 
Question 17 of 75
17. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. x³1729=468
II. y² +1564=1733Correct
Explanation:
x=13, y= ±13Incorrect
Explanation:
x=13, y= ±13 
Question 18 of 75
18. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. 1234=1486√(784) x
II. 1564=y² +1733Correct
Explanation:
x=9, y=8Incorrect
Explanation:
x=9, y=8 
Question 19 of 75
19. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. 4x²=49
II. 121= 9y²+66yCorrect
Explanation:
x=±7/2, y=11/3Incorrect
Explanation:
x=±7/2, y=11/3 
Question 20 of 75
20. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeI. 77x²+58y=8
II. 59y= 42y²20Correct
Explanation:
x= ⅘, 2/11
y= 4/7, ⅚Incorrect
Explanation:
x= ⅘, 2/11
y= 4/7, ⅚ 
Question 21 of 75
21. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2125) What will come in place of the question mark in the given number series?
339, 355,?,371, 307, 387
Correct
Explanation:
+1*16, 2*16, +3*16,4*16, +5*16Incorrect
Explanation:
+1*16, 2*16, +3*16,4*16, +5*16 
Question 22 of 75
22. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2125) What will come in place of the question mark in the given number series?
43.5, 42, 38.5, 33, ?, 16, 4.5
Correct
Explanation:
1.5, 3.5, 5.5, 7.5Incorrect
Explanation:
1.5, 3.5, 5.5, 7.5 
Question 23 of 75
23. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2125) What will come in place of the question mark in the given number series?
8,63,390,1965,?
Correct
Explanation:
*7 + 1*7, *6+2*6, *5+3*5, *4+4*4………Incorrect
Explanation:
*7 + 1*7, *6+2*6, *5+3*5, *4+4*4……… 
Question 24 of 75
24. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2125) What will come in place of the question mark in the given number series?
13,29, ? , 369, 1851
Correct
Explanation:
*1+2, *2+3, *3+4, *4+5, *5+6Incorrect
Explanation:
*1+2, *2+3, *3+4, *4+5, *5+6 
Question 25 of 75
25. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2125) What will come in place of the question mark in the given number series?
789, 674, 582, 513, ?, 144
Correct
Explanation:
Difference(table 21)Incorrect
Explanation:
Difference(table 21) 
Question 26 of 75
26. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2630):
In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.5.5 7 12.5 19.5 71.75
Correct
Explanation:
*0.5+1, *1+1.5, *1.5+2, *2+2.5(=27.5)Incorrect
Explanation:
*0.5+1, *1+1.5, *1.5+2, *2+2.5(=27.5) 
Question 27 of 75
27. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2630):
In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.78 103 203 428 820 1453
Correct
Explanation:
+5², +10², +15², +20²=(828)Incorrect
Explanation:
+5², +10², +15², +20²=(828) 
Question 28 of 75
28. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2630):
In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.19 22 29 39 57 84
Correct
Explanation:
+3, +(3+3)=28), +(6+5), +(11+7), +(18+9)Incorrect
Explanation:
+3, +(3+3)=28), +(6+5), +(11+7), +(18+9) 
Question 29 of 75
29. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2630):
In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.986 972 940 888 776 552
Correct
Explanation:
14, 28(=944), 56, 112, 224Incorrect
Explanation:
14, 28(=944), 56, 112, 224 
Question 30 of 75
30. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(2630):
In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.54 107 204 393 766
Correct
Explanation:
*21*5(=56), *22*5, *2 3*5, *24*5Incorrect
Explanation:
*21*5(=56), *22*5, *2 3*5, *24*5 
Question 31 of 75
31. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections( 3135):Study the graph carefully to answer the questions.
Preferences of modes of communication by people(in millions)
The number of people who prefered to travel through rail in the year 2004 is how many million less than the number of people who preferred to travel through rail in the year 1999?
Correct
Explanation: C
Explanation:
Total persons prefered to travel through rail in 2004= 275 million
No. of persons preferred to travel through train in 1999= 350 million
Sp required difference= 75 millionIncorrect
Explanation: C
Explanation:
Total persons prefered to travel through rail in 2004= 275 million
No. of persons preferred to travel through train in 1999= 350 million
Sp required difference= 75 million 
Question 32 of 75
32. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections( 3135):Study the graph carefully to answer the questions.
Preferences of modes of communication by people(in millions)
In the year 2002, what was the ratio of the persons who preferred to travel through bus to those by train?
Correct
Explanation:
375/275= 15:11Incorrect
Explanation:
375/275= 15:11 
Question 33 of 75
33. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections( 3135):Study the graph carefully to answer the questions.
Preferences of modes of communication by people(in millions)
In the year 2003, all the airlines reduced their fares by 50% as a result 50% of rail passengers switched over to airlines. Approximately, how many million people preferred to travel through airlines at the end of the year 2003?
Correct
Explanation:
175+ (300 * 50/100)= 325 mnIncorrect
Explanation:
175+ (300 * 50/100)= 325 mn 
Question 34 of 75
34. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections( 3135):Study the graph carefully to answer the questions.
Preferences of modes of communication by people(in millions)
During the years 1999 to 2004, how many million people preferred to travel through rail?
Correct
Explanation:
Total 350+300+300+275+300+275Incorrect
Explanation:
Total 350+300+300+275+300+275 
Question 35 of 75
35. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections( 3135):Study the graph carefully to answer the questions.
Preferences of modes of communication by people(in millions)
The number of persons who preferred to travel through bus in the year 2001 is approximately what percent of the people who preferred to travel through bus, rail and airlines together in the same year?
Correct
Explanation:
375/ (375+300+175) *100 = 44.12%Incorrect
Explanation:
375/ (375+300+175) *100 = 44.12% 
Question 36 of 75
36. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeFor 4 years, a sum of money was put at Simple Interest at a certain rate of interest. Had it been put at 3% higher rate, it would have been fetched Rs. 36 more. Find the sum.
Correct
Explanation:
For 4 years, Rs. 36 more
For 1 year, 9 more
3% of P= 9(rate increased by 3 %)
P * 3/100 = 9 => P=300Incorrect
Explanation:
For 4 years, Rs. 36 more
For 1 year, 9 more
3% of P= 9(rate increased by 3 %)
P * 3/100 = 9 => P=300 
Question 37 of 75
37. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeAmit borrowed Rs.10000 from Girish at Simple Interest. After 5 years, Girish got Rs.500 more than what he had given to Amit. What was the rate of interest per annum?
Correct
Explanation:
For 5 years= Rs. 500
For 1 year = Rs.100
500 * r*1/ 100 = 100 =>r=2%Incorrect
Explanation:
For 5 years= Rs. 500
For 1 year = Rs.100
500 * r*1/ 100 = 100 =>r=2% 
Question 38 of 75
38. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe Simple Interest on a sum of money is 14/25 of the sum. If the number of years is half the rate percent per annum, then rate percent is:
Correct
Explanation:
14/25 P= P*r*r/ (2*100)Incorrect
Explanation:
14/25 P= P*r*r/ (2*100) 
Question 39 of 75
39. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA manufacturer fixes his selling price at 66% over the cost of production. If cost of production goes up by 24% and manufacturer raises his selling price by 20% his percentage profit is:
Correct
Explanation:
CP= 100 CP = 124
SP= 166 SP=120
166*120124*100= 7520
Profit percentage= 7524/124= 60.6%Incorrect
Explanation:
CP= 100 CP = 124
SP= 166 SP=120
166*120124*100= 7520
Profit percentage= 7524/124= 60.6% 
Question 40 of 75
40. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA dealer fixed the price of an article 50% above the cost of production. While selling it he allows a discount of 30% and makes a profit of Rs.58. The cost of the production of article is
Correct
Explanation:
Let cp= 100
sp= 150
After discount=105
%profit= 5%
cp= 58 *100/5= 1160Incorrect
Explanation:
Let cp= 100
sp= 150
After discount=105
%profit= 5%
cp= 58 *100/5= 1160 
Question 41 of 75
41. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA and B can do a piece of work in 50 and 25 days respectively. They began the work together but A leaves after some days and B finished the remaining work in 15 days. After how many days did A leave?
Correct
Explanation:
(A+B)’s 1 day’s’ work= 3/50
Remaining work done by B in 15 days
work done by b in 1 day= 1/25
15 days’ work= 15*1/25= ⅗
1 – ⅗ work done by (A+B)
3/50 in 1 day
⅖ in= 20/3Incorrect
Explanation:
(A+B)’s 1 day’s’ work= 3/50
Remaining work done by B in 15 days
work done by b in 1 day= 1/25
15 days’ work= 15*1/25= ⅗
1 – ⅗ work done by (A+B)
3/50 in 1 day
⅖ in= 20/3 
Question 42 of 75
42. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat sum will amount to Rs.56372.60 at compound interest in 3 years, the rate of interest for first, second and third year is 4%, 6% and 8% respectively?
Correct
Explanation:
56372.60 = p(1 + 4/100)(1 + 6/100)(1 + 8/100)
= p (104/100) x (106/100) x (108/100)
p = 56372.60 x 100 x 100 x 100 / 104 x 106 x 108
p = Rs.4735Incorrect
Explanation:
56372.60 = p(1 + 4/100)(1 + 6/100)(1 + 8/100)
= p (104/100) x (106/100) x (108/100)
p = 56372.60 x 100 x 100 x 100 / 104 x 106 x 108
p = Rs.4735 
Question 43 of 75
43. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeFind the least number of complete years in which sum of money put out at 46% CI will be more than double?
Correct
Explanation:
P( 1+R/100)*n>2P
(1+46/100)*n>2
1.5 * n>2
n=3 yearsIncorrect
Explanation:
P( 1+R/100)*n>2P
(1+46/100)*n>2
1.5 * n>2
n=3 years 
Question 44 of 75
44. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeRiddhima took 20 seconds to cross a rectangular field diagonally walking at the rate of 69 meters per minute and suraj took the same time to cross the same field along its sides walking at the rate of 78 meter per minute. The area of the field is:
Correct
Explanation:
Length of diagonal==69*20/60= 23m
Length of sides together= 78 * 20/60= 26m
l+b= 26……(1), 17² = 13² +2lb=> lb= 60…..(2)
solving these two equations, l=24, b=2.5
Sp area= l*b= 24*2.5= 60m²Incorrect
Explanation:
Length of diagonal==69*20/60= 23m
Length of sides together= 78 * 20/60= 26m
l+b= 26……(1), 17² = 13² +2lb=> lb= 60…..(2)
solving these two equations, l=24, b=2.5
Sp area= l*b= 24*2.5= 60m² 
Question 45 of 75
45. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA spider climbed 72% of the height of the pole in one hour and in the next hour it covered 13% of the rest height. If the height of the pole is 292m, then distance climbed in second hour is:
Correct
Explanation:
Remaining height is 28/100 of 292= 2044/25
Required distance= 13/100 * 2044/25= 11mIncorrect
Explanation:
Remaining height is 28/100 of 292= 2044/25
Required distance= 13/100 * 2044/25= 11m 
Question 46 of 75
46. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeSenorita’s brother is 3 years older than her. Her father was 28 years of age when her sister was born while her mother was 26 years of age when she was born. If her sister was 4 years of age when her brother was born, then what was the age of her father her brother was born?
Correct
Explanation:
Her age= x, her brother’s = x+3
Mother’s = x+26, Sister’s = x+3+4= x+7
Her father’s= (x+7)+28= x+35
Age of her father when her brother was born= x+35(x+3)= 32 yearsIncorrect
Explanation:
Her age= x, her brother’s = x+3
Mother’s = x+26, Sister’s = x+3+4= x+7
Her father’s= (x+7)+28= x+35
Age of her father when her brother was born= x+35(x+3)= 32 years 
Question 47 of 75
47. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn a right circular cone the radius of its base is 15cm and its height is 44cm. A crosssection is made through the midpoint of the height parallel to the base. The volume of the upper portion is:
Correct
Explanation:
h/ H = r/R
22/44= r/15
r=15/2
Volume= ⅓ π r² h= ⅓ * 22/7* 15/2*15/2*22= 1296Incorrect
Explanation:
h/ H = r/R
22/44= r/15
r=15/2
Volume= ⅓ π r² h= ⅓ * 22/7* 15/2*15/2*22= 1296 
Question 48 of 75
48. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA boat takes 60 hours downstream from point X to point Y and coming back to point Z n the middle of X and Y. The speed of boat in still water is 30 kmph and speed of stream is 4 kmph, what is the distance between X and Y?
Correct
Explanation:
Downstream speed= 30+4=34
Upstream speed= 304= 26
x/34 + (x/2) / 26= 60
x= 1233 kmIncorrect
Explanation:
Downstream speed= 30+4=34
Upstream speed= 304= 26
x/34 + (x/2) / 26= 60
x= 1233 km 
Question 49 of 75
49. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeHow must a shopkeeper mix 4 varieties of rice worth Rs.105, Rs.36, Rs.108 and Rs.52 per kg so that he can make the mixture of these rice worth Rs. 102 per kg?
Correct
Explanation:
36
52
105
108
108102= 6, 105102= 3, 10252= 50, 10236=66
6:3:50:66Incorrect
Explanation:
36
52
105
108
108102= 6, 105102= 3, 10252= 50, 10236=66
6:3:50:66 
Question 50 of 75
50. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeMilk and water are in the ratio 5:2 in a mixture of 70liters. How much water should be added so that the rate of milk and water become 2:7?
Correct
Explanation:
Milk=50, Water=20
50/(20+x)= 2/7
x=155Incorrect
Explanation:
Milk=50, Water=20
50/(20+x)= 2/7
x=155 
Question 51 of 75
51. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn a bag there are 5 blue and 10 purple balls and 13 violet balls. One ball is drawn randomly. Find the Probability that it is neither purple nor blue.
Correct
Explanation:
13 c 1/ 28 c 1= 13/28Incorrect
Explanation:
13 c 1/ 28 c 1= 13/28 
Question 52 of 75
52. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe probability that a candidate will get ipad is 5/3 and that of getting an apple watch is 2/9. If the probability of getting one out of these two gadgets is 15/9. What is the probability that he will get both is
Correct
Explanation:
5/3+2/915/8Incorrect
Explanation:
5/3+2/915/8 
Question 53 of 75
53. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn a fruit basket 4 oranges, 8 mangoes and 7 strawberries are there. If two fruits are picked at random, what is the probability that two are mangoes and two are strawberries.
Correct
Explanation:
(8C2 * 7C2)/19C2= 196/57Incorrect
Explanation:
(8C2 * 7C2)/19C2= 196/57 
Question 54 of 75
54. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe probability of Ruchi to be alive for 20 more years is 2/7 and the probability that her husband will alive for 20 more years is ⅖. The probability that none of them will be alive for 10 more years is:
Correct
Explanation:
[1 (2/7)][ 1(2/5)]= 3/7Incorrect
Explanation:
[1 (2/7)][ 1(2/5)]= 3/7 
Question 55 of 75
55. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeChirag started his journey on Chevrolet at 8:30 pm at a speed of 16kmph. After 45 min, Garima started her journey from the same place with the speed of 20kmph. At what time did Garima overtake Chirag?
Correct
Explanation:
Relative speed= 2016= 4kmph
Distance covered in 45 min= 16* 45/60= 12km
Garima’s time to overtake Chirag= 12/4= 3 hour
9:15 pm +3= 12:15 amIncorrect
Explanation:
Relative speed= 2016= 4kmph
Distance covered in 45 min= 16* 45/60= 12km
Garima’s time to overtake Chirag= 12/4= 3 hour
9:15 pm +3= 12:15 am 
Question 56 of 75
56. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeRitika starts going for running every day running to burn his bulky body fat. The distance run by her on the first day was 3km. Every day she runs half of the distance run on the former day. What can be maximum total distance run by her in her lifetime?
Correct
Explanation:
first day= 3km
second day= 1.5 km(half)
third day= 1.5/2
fourth day= 1.5/4
and so on………..
=3+1.5+1.5/2+1.5/4+1.⅝+…….
=3+(1 1.5/2) ^1
=3+ 0.5/2^1
3+20/5= 7kmIncorrect
Explanation:
first day= 3km
second day= 1.5 km(half)
third day= 1.5/2
fourth day= 1.5/4
and so on………..
=3+1.5+1.5/2+1.5/4+1.⅝+…….
=3+(1 1.5/2) ^1
=3+ 0.5/2^1
3+20/5= 7km 
Question 57 of 75
57. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe Cost price of an article is 70% of its M.P. for sale. How much percent does the tradesman gain after giving a discount of 22%?
Correct
Explanation:
MP=100 CP= 70 SP= 78
Profit%= 8%Incorrect
Explanation:
MP=100 CP= 70 SP= 78
Profit%= 8% 
Question 58 of 75
58. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA cistern of capacity 5000 liters and its dimensions 3.5m by 4.6m by 1.2m and its walls are 7cm thick. The thickness of bottom is
Correct
Explanation:
Capacity= 5000 liters
i.e. (35014) (46014)(120x)= 5000*1000
236*446(120x)= 5000*1000
x= 73cmIncorrect
Explanation:
Capacity= 5000 liters
i.e. (35014) (46014)(120x)= 5000*1000
236*446(120x)= 5000*1000
x= 73cm 
Question 59 of 75
59. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA man. a woman and a boy can complete a job in 3,9 and 16 days respectively. How many boys must assist 1 man and 1 woman to complete the job in ⅛ of a day?
Correct
Explanation:
1man+1woman= ⅓+1/9= 4/9
work done in ⅛ of day= 4/9*⅛= 1/18
Remaining work= 17/18
work done by boy in ⅛ day= ⅛ *1/16= 1/128
1/128 work done by 1 boy in ⅛ day
17/18 work= 17/18 *8= 68/9Incorrect
Explanation:
1man+1woman= ⅓+1/9= 4/9
work done in ⅛ of day= 4/9*⅛= 1/18
Remaining work= 17/18
work done by boy in ⅛ day= ⅛ *1/16= 1/128
1/128 work done by 1 boy in ⅛ day
17/18 work= 17/18 *8= 68/9 
Question 60 of 75
60. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(6064) Study the table carefully and answer the questions. There are five companies in which number of candidates selected(S) and rejected(R) by the companies in three different years.
[su_table]
2011 2012 2013 Company Total S R Total S R Total S R A 450 215 – 1350 – 805 1900 – 1230 B 875 – 425 1275 600 – – 340 560 C 1000 305 – 1800 1000 – 2050 430 – D 625 300 325 – 300 500 5000 – 2250 E 925 200 725 1560 – 900 – 650 870 [su_table]
In company C, number of candidates rejected in the year 2012 are what percent more than that of number of candidates selected in that year?
Correct
Explanation:
1000800/1000 *100= 20%Incorrect
Explanation:
1000800/1000 *100= 20% 
Question 61 of 75
61. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(6064) Study the table carefully and answer the questions. There are five companies in which number of candidates selected(S) and rejected(R) by the companies in three different years.
[su_table]
2011 2012 2013 Company Total S R Total S R Total S R A 450 215 – 1350 – 805 1900 – 1230 B 875 – 425 1275 600 – – 340 560 C 1000 305 – 1800 1000 – 2050 430 – D 625 300 325 – 300 500 5000 – 2250 E 925 200 725 1560 – 900 – 650 870 [su_table]
The number of candidates rejected in company B and company C in 2012 are what percent of the number of candidates rejected by company A in 2011 and that selected by company A in 2013?
Correct
Explanation:
1475/905*100=163%Incorrect
Explanation:
1475/905*100=163% 
Question 62 of 75
62. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(6064) Study the table carefully and answer the questions. There are five companies in which number of candidates selected(S) and rejected(R) by the companies in three different years.
[su_table]
2011 2012 2013 Company Total S R Total S R Total S R A 450 215 – 1350 – 805 1900 – 1230 B 875 – 425 1275 600 – – 340 560 C 1000 305 – 1800 1000 – 2050 430 – D 625 300 325 – 300 500 5000 – 2250 E 925 200 725 1560 – 900 – 650 870 [su_table]
If the number of candidates rejected by company C n the year 2014 are 1650 and number of candidates rejected are 72% of the number of candidates applied in 2014 for company C are?
Correct
Explanation:
72 % of selected = 1650
Selected=2292
Total= 2292+1650= 3942Incorrect
Explanation:
72 % of selected = 1650
Selected=2292
Total= 2292+1650= 3942 
Question 63 of 75
63. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(6064) Study the table carefully and answer the questions. There are five companies in which number of candidates selected(S) and rejected(R) by the companies in three different years.
[su_table]
2011 2012 2013 Company Total S R Total S R Total S R A 450 215 – 1350 – 805 1900 – 1230 B 875 – 425 1275 600 – – 340 560 C 1000 305 – 1800 1000 – 2050 430 – D 625 300 325 – 300 500 5000 – 2250 E 925 200 725 1560 – 900 – 650 870 [su_table]
What is the ratio of average of number of candidates rejected in year 2012 by all companies to the average of total number of candidates applied for all the companies together in year 2013?
Correct
Explanation:
736/2274Incorrect
Explanation:
736/2274 
Question 64 of 75
64. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(6064) Study the table carefully and answer the questions. There are five companies in which number of candidates selected(S) and rejected(R) by the companies in three different years.
[su_table]
2011 2012 2013 Company Total S R Total S R Total S R A 450 215 – 1350 – 805 1900 – 1230 B 875 – 425 1275 600 – – 340 560 C 1000 305 – 1800 1000 – 2050 430 – D 625 300 325 – 300 500 5000 – 2250 E 925 200 725 1560 – 900 – 650 870 [su_table]
What is the average of candidates rejected in the year 2012 by all companies together and the average of candidates selected in 2013 by all companies?
Correct
Explanation:
3680/5 + 4840/5= 1704Incorrect
Explanation:
3680/5 + 4840/5= 1704 
Question 65 of 75
65. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat is the speed of a train?
I. The train crosses a platform double its length in 72 sec
II. The length of the train is 450m.Correct
Explanation:
The given question can be answered only with both statementsIncorrect
Explanation:
The given question can be answered only with both statements 
Question 66 of 75
66. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat will be the total weight of 30 poles each having same weight ?
I. Onethird of the weight of each pole is 10 kg.
II. The total weight of three poles is 20 kilograms more than the total weight of two poles.Correct
Explanation:
From I, weight of each pole = (4×5) kg = 20 kg.
total weight of 10 poles = (20 x 10) kg = 200 kg.
From II, Weight of each pole = (weight of 3 poles) – (weight of 2 poles) = 20 kg.
So, total weight of 10 poles = (20 x 10) kg = 200 kgIncorrect
Explanation:
From I, weight of each pole = (4×5) kg = 20 kg.
total weight of 10 poles = (20 x 10) kg = 200 kg.
From II, Weight of each pole = (weight of 3 poles) – (weight of 2 poles) = 20 kg.
So, total weight of 10 poles = (20 x 10) kg = 200 kg 
Question 67 of 75
67. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat is the selling price of the article?
I. If the article sold by 10% of profit.
II. If the cost price of the article is Rs 560.Correct
Explanation:
Both are neededIncorrect
Explanation:
Both are needed 
Question 68 of 75
68. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat is the present ratio of the total number of Male to the total number of Female in a bank?
I. There are 4500 employees in the bank, out of which 30% are Female.
II. The ratio of the total number of Female to the total number of Male last year was 5.Correct
Explanation:
It can be answered with only 1Incorrect
Explanation:
It can be answered with only 1 
Question 69 of 75
69. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(6970):
The following line graph gives the annual percent profit earned by a Company during the period 1995 – 2000.
Percent Profit Earned by a Company over the Years.
%Profit = [(Income – Expenditure)/ (Expenditure)] x 100
If the income in 1998 was Rs. 264 crores, what was the expenditure in 1998?
Correct
Explanation:
Let the expenditure is 1998 be Rs. x crores.
Then, [65 =( 264 –x)/ x] * 100
x = 160
Expenditure in 1998 = Rs. 160 croresIncorrect
Explanation:
Let the expenditure is 1998 be Rs. x crores.
Then, [65 =( 264 –x)/ x] * 100
x = 160
Expenditure in 1998 = Rs. 160 crores 
Question 70 of 75
70. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections(6970):
The following line graph gives the annual percent profit earned by a Company during the period 1995 – 2000.
Percent Profit Earned by a Company over the Years.
%Profit = [(Income – Expenditure)/ (Expenditure)] x 100
If the profit in 1999 was Rs. 4 crores, what was the profit in 2000?
Correct
Explanation:
To find the profit in 2000 we must have the data for the income or expenditure in 2000.
Therefore the profit for 2000 cannot be determined.Incorrect
Explanation:
To find the profit in 2000 we must have the data for the income or expenditure in 2000.
Therefore the profit for 2000 cannot be determined. 
Question 71 of 75
71. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeSneha spent Rs. 44620 on Deepawli shopping, Rs.32764 on buying LAptop and the remaining 32% of the total amount shehad as cash with her. What was the total amount?
Correct
Explanation:
x (44620+32764) = x*32/100Incorrect
Explanation:
x (44620+32764) = x*32/100 
Question 72 of 75
72. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn how many different ways the letters of the word VERNACULAR be arranged?
Correct
Explanation:
10!/ (2! 2!)Incorrect
Explanation:
10!/ (2! 2!) 
Question 73 of 75
73. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeMr. Sharma invests a sum of Rs. 41250 @6% per annum. What approximate amount of compound interest will he obtain at the end of 3 yr?
Correct
Explanation:
C.I. = 41250[(1+6/1000)³1]Incorrect
Explanation:
C.I. = 41250[(1+6/1000)³1] 
Question 74 of 75
74. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA dog takes 3 leaps for every 5 leaps of a hare. If one leap of the dog is equal to 3 leaps of the hare, the ratio of the speed of the dog to that of the hare is
Correct
Explanation:
dog : hare = 3*3 leaps of hare :5*1
9:5Incorrect
Explanation:
dog : hare = 3*3 leaps of hare :5*1
9:5 
Question 75 of 75
75. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA printer manufacturer initially makes a profit of 12 % by selling a particular model of printer for Rs 6500. If the cost of manufacturing of that printer increases by 25 %, then price paid by customer is increased by 15 %. Find the % profit made by the manufacturer ?
Correct
Explanation:
New SP= 6500+ 15% of 6500 = 7475
Old CP= 6500 12% of 6500 =5720
New CP = 125% of 5720 = 7150
% Profit = (74757150)/ 7150 *100 = 4.5%Incorrect
Explanation:
New SP= 6500+ 15% of 6500 = 7475
Old CP= 6500 12% of 6500 =5720
New CP = 125% of 5720 = 7150
% Profit = (74757150)/ 7150 *100 = 4.5%
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