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Question 1 of 10

1. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(1-5) Study the following Pie-Chart carefully to answer the questions.

If the time taken by Car Q is 3 hours more than that of Car P to cover the given distance of P and the ratio of the distance covered by car Q and T is 6:5, then find the Speed of Car Q?

Correct

Answer – 1) 75 kmph
Explanation:
Distance travelled by P = 2400*45/360 = 300 Km
Distance travelled by R = 2400*57/360 = 380 Km
Distance travelled by S = 2400*93/360 = 620
Distance travelled by Q and T = 2400-(300+380+620) = 1100 Km
Distance travelled by Q = 1100*6/11 = 600 Km
Distance travelled by T = 1100*5/11 = 500 Km
Time taken by Q = 8h
Speed of Q = 600/8 =75 Kmph
Answer – 1) 75 kmph
Explanation:
Distance travelled by P = 2400*45/360 = 300 Km
Distance travelled by R = 2400*57/360 = 380 Km
Distance travelled by S = 2400*93/360 = 620
Distance travelled by Q and T = 2400-(300+380+620) = 1100 Km
Distance travelled by Q = 1100*6/11 = 600 Km
Distance travelled by T = 1100*5/11 = 500 Km
Time taken by Q = 8h
Speed of Q = 600/8 =75 Kmph
Answer – 1) 75 kmph
Explanation:
Distance travelled by P = 2400*45/360 = 300 Km
Distance travelled by R = 2400*57/360 = 380 Km
Distance travelled by S = 2400*93/360 = 620
Distance travelled by Q and T = 2400-(300+380+620) = 1100 Km
Distance travelled by Q = 1100*6/11 = 600 Km
Distance travelled by T = 1100*5/11 = 500 Km
Time taken by Q = 8h
Speed of Q = 600/8 =75 Kmph

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Answer – 1) 75 kmph
Explanation:
Distance travelled by P = 2400*45/360 = 300 Km
Distance travelled by R = 2400*57/360 = 380 Km
Distance travelled by S = 2400*93/360 = 620
Distance travelled by Q and T = 2400-(300+380+620) = 1100 Km
Distance travelled by Q = 1100*6/11 = 600 Km
Distance travelled by T = 1100*5/11 = 500 Km
Time taken by Q = 8h
Speed of Q = 600/8 =75 Kmph
Answer – 1) 75 kmph
Explanation:
Distance travelled by P = 2400*45/360 = 300 Km
Distance travelled by R = 2400*57/360 = 380 Km
Distance travelled by S = 2400*93/360 = 620
Distance travelled by Q and T = 2400-(300+380+620) = 1100 Km
Distance travelled by Q = 1100*6/11 = 600 Km
Distance travelled by T = 1100*5/11 = 500 Km
Time taken by Q = 8h
Speed of Q = 600/8 =75 Kmph
Answer – 1) 75 kmph
Explanation:
Distance travelled by P = 2400*45/360 = 300 Km
Distance travelled by R = 2400*57/360 = 380 Km
Distance travelled by S = 2400*93/360 = 620
Distance travelled by Q and T = 2400-(300+380+620) = 1100 Km
Distance travelled by Q = 1100*6/11 = 600 Km
Distance travelled by T = 1100*5/11 = 500 Km
Time taken by Q = 8h
Speed of Q = 600/8 =75 Kmph

Question 2 of 10

2. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(1-5) Study the following Pie-Chart carefully to answer the questions.

The time taken by Car Q is 2 hours more than that of Car P and 1 hour less than that of T. If the ratio of the distance covered by car Q and T is 7:4, then find the average speed of all the cars together?

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Answer – 4) 71 kmph
Explanation:
Distance travelled by R = 2400*57/360 = 380 Km
Speed = 380/4 = 95 kmph
Distance travelled by Q and T = 2400-(300+380+620) = 1100 Km
Distance travelled by Q = 1100*7/11 = 700 Km
Distance travelled by T = 1100*4/11 = 400 Km
Time taken by Q = 7h
Speed of Q = 100 kmph
Time taken by T = 8h
Speed of T = 400/8 = 50 kmph
Average Speed = (60 + 100 + 95 + 50 + 50) / 5 = 71 kmph

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Answer – 4) 71 kmph
Explanation:
Distance travelled by R = 2400*57/360 = 380 Km
Speed = 380/4 = 95 kmph
Distance travelled by Q and T = 2400-(300+380+620) = 1100 Km
Distance travelled by Q = 1100*7/11 = 700 Km
Distance travelled by T = 1100*4/11 = 400 Km
Time taken by Q = 7h
Speed of Q = 100 kmph
Time taken by T = 8h
Speed of T = 400/8 = 50 kmph
Average Speed = (60 + 100 + 95 + 50 + 50) / 5 = 71 kmph

Question 3 of 10

3. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(1-5) Study the following Pie-Chart carefully to answer the questions.

The car S is travelled to Mumbai with a speed of x km/h. Mumbai is 384 km far from his office. If the time taken by him is as same as the time to travel 324 km with the speed of 15m/s then find the value of x.

Directions.Q(1-5) Study the following Pie-Chart carefully to answer the questions.

If the difference between the speed of Car R and T is 45 kmph then what will be the time taken by car S to cover the distance of 250 km.

Correct

Answer – 4) 5h
Explanation:
R’s Speed = 2400*57/(360*4) = 95 Kmph
Speed of T = 95-45 = 50 kmph
So the speed is 50 kmph
Time = 250/50 = 5h

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Answer – 4) 5h
Explanation:
R’s Speed = 2400*57/(360*4) = 95 Kmph
Speed of T = 95-45 = 50 kmph
So the speed is 50 kmph
Time = 250/50 = 5h

Question 5 of 10

5. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(1-5) Study the following Pie-Chart carefully to answer the questions.

The sum of the speed of Car P & S together is approximately what percent of the sum of the speed of Car Q & R. If the distance covered by Car Q is 50 km less than that of covered by Car P and the time taken by Car Q is as same as the time taken by Car P.

Directions.Q(6-10): Study the following table and answer the following questions

On wednesday, if the number of valid votes of B was 100, what was the respective ratio of number of valid votes of A and number of valid votes of B on same day?

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Answer – 1) 14:5
Explanation:
38% of 1000 = 380
Valid votes of Q = 100
valid votes of P = 380 – 100 = 280
= 280:100
= 14:5

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Answer – 1) 14:5
Explanation:
38% of 1000 = 380
Valid votes of Q = 100
valid votes of P = 380 – 100 = 280
= 280:100
= 14:5

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(6-10): Study the following table and answer the following questions

The total number of votes increased by 50% from Tuesday to Saturday. If 16% of the votes valid on Saturday, what was the number of valid votes on Saturday?

Directions.Q(6-10): Study the following table and answer the following questions

If the average number of valid votes on Tuesday and Friday was 635, approximately, what percent of total votes valid on Tuesday?

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Answer – 3) 54%
Explanation:
Number of valid votes in Tuesday and Friday = 1270
Friday =40% of 2500 = 1000
1270 – 1000 = 270
(270/500)*100 = 54%

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Answer – 3) 54%
Explanation:
Number of valid votes in Tuesday and Friday = 1270
Friday =40% of 2500 = 1000
1270 – 1000 = 270
(270/500)*100 = 54%

Question 9 of 10

9. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(6-10): Study the following table and answer the following questions

On Thursday, if the difference between the number of valid votes of A and the number of valid votes of B was 150, what was the total number of votes on Thursday?

Correct

Answer – 4) 1500
Explanation:
A = Valid Votes; B= Total Votes
(1/6)*A = 15
A = 900
60% of B = 900
B = 1500

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Answer – 4) 1500
Explanation:
A = Valid Votes; B= Total Votes
(1/6)*A = 15
A = 900
60% of B = 900
B = 1500

Question 10 of 10

10. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(6-10): Study the following table and answer the following questions

On Monday, the respective ratio of total number of votes to valid votes was 5:4. Number of valid votes of B on Monday constitutes what percent of the total number of votes on the same day?