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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for qusetion 15: Observe the folleowing table and answer the questions that follow with the help of information provided in the table:
The average number of national journals uploaded from A and D in the year 2001 is what percent of number of international journals uploaded in c from 2001?(approx)
Correct
Solution: National journals uploaded A in the year 2001=924× 4/11
=336
National journals uploaded D in the year 2001=806× 8/13
=496
Avg of A &D= (336+496)/2=416
International journals uploaded in C in the year 2001=918×17/27
=578
Required percentage=(416/578)=71.97=~72Incorrect
Solution: National journals uploaded A in the year 2001=924× 4/11
=336
National journals uploaded D in the year 2001=806× 8/13
=496
Avg of A &D= (336+496)/2=416
International journals uploaded in C in the year 2001=918×17/27
=578
Required percentage=(416/578)=71.97=~72 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for qusetion 15: Observe the folleowing table and answer the questions that follow with the help of information provided in the table:
What is the respective ratio between total number of journals (both national and international) uploaded by digital libraries C and E together in 2001 and total number of journals (both national and international) uploaded by digital libraries D and E together in 2002 ?
Correct
Solution: (both national and international) uploaded by digital libraries C and E together 2001=918+792
=1710
(both national and international) uploaded by digital libraries D and E together in 2002 = 1620
Ratio=1710 : 1620
19 : 18Incorrect
Solution: (both national and international) uploaded by digital libraries C and E together 2001=918+792
=1710
(both national and international) uploaded by digital libraries D and E together in 2002 = 1620
Ratio=1710 : 1620
19 : 18 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for qusetion 15: Observe the folleowing table and answer the questions that follow with the help of information provided in the table:
Only 25% of journals (both national and international) uploaded by digital library E in 2001 were related to Sociology. If 100 national journals uploaded by digital library E in 2001 were related to sociology, how many international journals uploaded by the same library in the same year were related to sociology ?
Correct
Solution: uploaded by digital library E in 2001 were related to Sociology=792×25/100=198
If 100 jounals are national are related sociology In the year 2001
International journals uploaded related to sociology =198100
= 98Incorrect
Solution: uploaded by digital library E in 2001 were related to Sociology=792×25/100=198
If 100 jounals are national are related sociology In the year 2001
International journals uploaded related to sociology =198100
= 98 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for qusetion 15: Observe the folleowing table and answer the questions that follow with the help of information provided in the table:
Digital library D had to purchase 80% of international journals uploaded by it in 2002 It the average cost per international journal purchased by digital library D in 2002 was Rs.396. What was the amount spent by digital library D in purchasing international journals in 2002 ?
Correct
Solution: International uploaded by digital libraries D in the year 2002 =585×5/9
=325
D had to purchase 80% of international journals in the year2002=325×80/100=260
The cost each journal is=396
Total cost=396×260=102960Incorrect
Solution: International uploaded by digital libraries D in the year 2002 =585×5/9
=325
D had to purchase 80% of international journals in the year2002=325×80/100=260
The cost each journal is=396
Total cost=396×260=102960 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections for qusetion 15: Observe the folleowing table and answer the questions that follow with the help of information provided in the table:
What is the total number of International journals uploaded by all the given digital libraries in 2001 ?
Correct
Solution: total number of International journals uploaded by all the given digital libraries in 2001 =(924×7/11+836×6/19+918×17/27+806×5/13+792×7/18)
=2048Incorrect
Solution: total number of International journals uploaded by all the given digital libraries in 2001 =(924×7/11+836×6/19+918×17/27+806×5/13+792×7/18)
=2048 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (68): In each of the following questions, a question is followed by three statements numbered I, II and III. Read all the statements and answer accordingly.
What will be the increase percent in volume?
Statement I: An ice cube is dip into 10 litre water
Statement II: If radius of a cylinder increases by 20% and height increases by 10%
Statement III: If the height of ice cube is 10 cm.Correct
Solution: Volume = π*r*r*h
So by successive formula, the increase in volume can be found
First: r*r
So 20 + 20 + (20)(20)/100 = 44%
Next: 44 + 10 + (44)*(10)/100 – final increase in volume
From I and III:
volume of given shape (cylinder, cube, cone etc) = 10 l (initial volume). And ice cube of height 10 cm is dip into it.
So after finding new volume or increase in volume after the ice cube is dipped, % increase in volume can be found.Incorrect
Solution: Volume = π*r*r*h
So by successive formula, the increase in volume can be found
First: r*r
So 20 + 20 + (20)(20)/100 = 44%
Next: 44 + 10 + (44)*(10)/100 – final increase in volume
From I and III:
volume of given shape (cylinder, cube, cone etc) = 10 l (initial volume). And ice cube of height 10 cm is dip into it.
So after finding new volume or increase in volume after the ice cube is dipped, % increase in volume can be found. 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (68): In each of the following questions, a question is followed by three statements numbered I, II and III. Read all the statements and answer accordingly.
Find in how many days A alone can do the work?
Statement I: If A and B do a work together for 10 days and B left the work and A do the remaining work in 20 days.
Statement II: If A and B can do the work in 15 daysCorrect
Solution: From I. 30/A + 10/B=1
from II. 1/A + 1/B=1/15. We can get A and B using bothIncorrect
Solution: From I. 30/A + 10/B=1
from II. 1/A + 1/B=1/15. We can get A and B using both 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (68): In each of the following questions, a question is followed by three statements numbered I, II and III. Read all the statements and answer accordingly.
How many students failed in class 6 ?
Statement I: 400 students passed in class .
Statement II: Number of students failed in class 6 is 10% of those of failed in class 7?
Statement III: 75% of the students who appeared in examination have passed either in class 8.Correct
Solution: Data is not sufficient to find the number of failed students in class 6.
Incorrect
Solution: Data is not sufficient to find the number of failed students in class 6.

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection for Question 910: In the following question, two statements are numbered as I and II. On solving these statements you get Quantity I and Quantity II respectively. Solve for both the statements individually and mark the correct answer.
A rectangular plot measuring 80 meters by 40 meters is to be enclosed by wire fencing along the boundary of the plot. The fence will be tied on poles that will be placed along the boundary.
Quantity I: Number of poles required for fencing if each pole is at a distance of 24 meters.
Quantity II: Radius of a circle whose area is 10% of the area of the rectangular plot.Correct
Solution: I: Perimeter= 2(80+40)=240
No. of poles = 240/24=10
II: Area of circle = 320 =>22/7*r*r=320
r=101.81 => r >10
Hence II > IIncorrect
Solution: I: Perimeter= 2(80+40)=240
No. of poles = 240/24=10
II: Area of circle = 320 =>22/7*r*r=320
r=101.81 => r >10
Hence II > I 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection for Question 910: In the following question, two statements are numbered as I and II. On solving these statements you get Quantity I and Quantity II respectively. Solve for both the statements individually and mark the correct answer.
A bag contains 3 red, 4 green and 2 blue balls. Two balls are drawn at random.
Quantity I: Probability that None of the ball drawn is blue.
Quantity II: Fraction of work completed by A in 7 days if he is 20% more efficient than B who can complete the work in 12 days.Correct
Solution: I: 7C2/9C2=7/12
II: A> 10 days => fraction of work in 7 days = 7/10
Hence II > IIncorrect
Solution: I: 7C2/9C2=7/12
II: A> 10 days => fraction of work in 7 days = 7/10
Hence II > I
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