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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDierction for Question 15: Answer the following based on the information below:
The percentage distribution of the total profit earned by a dealer on selling coolers of six different brands are given in the piechart (Figure 1)
How much more profit is earned by the dealer on each Symphony cooler than each Avon cooler.
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Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart)= 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100, Therefore total profit for symphony coolers is (160*65/16)*20 and therefore profit on each symphony cooler= (160*65/16*20)/13= 1000 , therefore difference between profits of both the brand is 1000(symphony)160(Avon)= Rs.840Incorrect
Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart)= 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100, Therefore total profit for symphony coolers is (160*65/16)*20 and therefore profit on each symphony cooler= (160*65/16*20)/13= 1000 , therefore difference between profits of both the brand is 1000(symphony)160(Avon)= Rs.840 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDierction for Question 15: Answer the following based on the information below:
The percentage distribution of the total profit earned by a dealer on selling coolers of six different brands are given in the piechart (Figure 1)
How many coolers of Sony are sold by the dealer?
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Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart)= 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100, Therefore total profit for Sony coolers is (160*65/16)*8 and since profit on each Sony cooler is 325, so no of Sony coolers are ((160*65/16)*8)/325= 16Incorrect
Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart)= 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100, Therefore total profit for Sony coolers is (160*65/16)*8 and since profit on each Sony cooler is 325, so no of Sony coolers are ((160*65/16)*8)/325= 16 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDierction for Question 15: Answer the following based on the information below:
The percentage distribution of the total profit earned by a dealer on selling coolers of six different brands are given in the piechart (Figure 1)
What is the marked price of each Bajaj cooler if marked price is 25% more than the selling price?
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Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart) = 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100, Therefore total profit for Bajaj coolers is (160*65/16)*16 and therefore profit on each Bajaj cooler is ((160*65/16)*16)/20= 520, Hence selling price = 2520, therefore marked price is 2520+ 25% of 2520 = 3150Incorrect
Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart) = 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100, Therefore total profit for Bajaj coolers is (160*65/16)*16 and therefore profit on each Bajaj cooler is ((160*65/16)*16)/20= 520, Hence selling price = 2520, therefore marked price is 2520+ 25% of 2520 = 3150 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDierction for Question 15: Answer the following based on the information below:
The percentage distribution of the total profit earned by a dealer on selling coolers of six different brands are given in the piechart (Figure 1)
What is the selling price of each Symphony coolers?
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Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart)= 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100, Therefore total profit for symphony coolers is (160*65/16)*20 and therefore profit on each symphony cooler= (160*65/16*20)/13= 1000 and hence selling price of each Symphony cooler is 9000.Incorrect
Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart)= 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100, Therefore total profit for symphony coolers is (160*65/16)*20 and therefore profit on each symphony cooler= (160*65/16*20)/13= 1000 and hence selling price of each Symphony cooler is 9000. 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDierction for Question 15: Answer the following based on the information below:
The percentage distribution of the total profit earned by a dealer on selling coolers of six different brands are given in the piechart (Figure 1)
What is the ratio of cost price of each LG cooler and each Samsung cooler?
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Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart) = 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100,therefore total profit for LG coolers is 160*65*22/16, hence profit per LG cooler is (160*65*22/16)/25= 572, and therefore CP of LG coolers is 4250(SP) – 572= 3678, Similarly total profit for Samsung coolers is (160*65/16)*18, hence profit per Samsung cooler is ((160*65/16)*18)/26= 450, and therefore CP of Samsung coolers is 2400(SP) 450= 1950. Therefore ratio of CP of each LG and Samsung respectively is 3678: 1950= 1839: 975Incorrect
Solution:
Profit on Avon coolers= Rs 160, total profit on Avon coolers= Rs. 160*65, Now 16% (given in pie chart) = 160*65 hence total profit on all the 6 brands will be 160*65/16*100,therefore total profit for LG coolers is 160*65*22/16, hence profit per LG cooler is (160*65*22/16)/25= 572, and therefore CP of LG coolers is 4250(SP) – 572= 3678, Similarly total profit for Samsung coolers is (160*65/16)*18, hence profit per Samsung cooler is ((160*65/16)*18)/26= 450, and therefore CP of Samsung coolers is 2400(SP) 450= 1950. Therefore ratio of CP of each LG and Samsung respectively is 3678: 1950= 1839: 975 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for Question 68: The questions consist of two statements numbered “I and II” given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statement are sufficient to answer the questions?
Is “X” an odd integer?
Statement I: “X” is divisible by 7.
Statement II: The square root of “X” is an integer divisible by 7.Correct
Solution:
Statement I is insufficient since 21(which is odd) and 28(which is even) are both divisible by 7. And statement II is also insufficient since √196 and √441 are both divisible by 7. Hence, it cannot be certain even by both statements together that “X” is an odd integer.Incorrect
Solution:
Statement I is insufficient since 21(which is odd) and 28(which is even) are both divisible by 7. And statement II is also insufficient since √196 and √441 are both divisible by 7. Hence, it cannot be certain even by both statements together that “X” is an odd integer. 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for Question 68: The questions consist of two statements numbered “I and II” given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statement are sufficient to answer the questions?
If there are 2230 words on each page in an English novel, how many pages can Rita read in an hour?
Statement I: There are 23 tenwords on each page and there is nothing ele printed on each page
Statement II: Rita can read ten words per minute.Correct
Solution:
Both statements together gives the answer, as statement I tells how many words are there and Statement II tells the time taken by her to read the words. Hence, both the statements are required to answer.Incorrect
Solution:
Both statements together gives the answer, as statement I tells how many words are there and Statement II tells the time taken by her to read the words. Hence, both the statements are required to answer. 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for Question 68: The questions consist of two statements numbered “I and II” given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statement are sufficient to answer the questions?
There are two squares A and B of different sides. What is the perimeter of square A?
Statement I: Side of square B is 15.6 cm
Statement II: Diagonal of square A is three times that of square B.Correct
Solution:
We can answer the question using both statements since from first we can find the diagonal of Square B and from the second we can find the diagonal of square A and consequently the side of square A. Hence, both the statements are required to answer.Incorrect
Solution:
We can answer the question using both statements since from first we can find the diagonal of Square B and from the second we can find the diagonal of square A and consequently the side of square A. Hence, both the statements are required to answer. 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for Questions 910: Refer to the information in the paragraph below to answer the following questions.
The modern Aladdin has a charm which has 6 switches A, B, C, D, E and F in that order arranged in a row. They can be switched on in various combinations to call different animas to his service. We also know that: When all the switches are off, no animal appears. When only one switch or two alternate switches are on, a cat appears. When three consecutive switches are on, a tiger appears. For all other combinations, a squirrel appears. At a time only one animal appears.If C is kept on as a constraint, how many ways are there for calling a tiger?
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Solution:
Three consecutive switches must be on in order to call a tiger. Since, c is already on, the tiger can be called in 3 ways by additionally putting on the switches AB, BD or DE.Incorrect
Solution:
Three consecutive switches must be on in order to call a tiger. Since, c is already on, the tiger can be called in 3 ways by additionally putting on the switches AB, BD or DE. 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for Questions 910: Refer to the information in the paragraph below to answer the following questions.
The modern Aladdin has a charm which has 6 switches A, B, C, D, E and F in that order arranged in a row. They can be switched on in various combinations to call different animas to his service. We also know that: When all the switches are off, no animal appears. When only one switch or two alternate switches are on, a cat appears. When three consecutive switches are on, a tiger appears. For all other combinations, a squirrel appears. At a time only one animal appears.In how many ways can a cat be called?
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Solution:
6 switches separately and two alternate switches as AC, BD, CE, DF. So, the number of ways= 6+4=10.Incorrect
Solution:
6 switches separately and two alternate switches as AC, BD, CE, DF. So, the number of ways= 6+4=10.
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