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##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**The average age of Sharmi, Raju and Monan is 38 years. 2 years ago, average age of Sharmi and Raju is 39. 2 year hence, average age of Harini and Murali is 45. Find the present age of Harini?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 54 years**

Explanation:

Total age of Sharmi & Murali = (38 * 3)= 114

Present age of Sharmi & Raju =(39*2)+4 =82; Age of Murali = 32

Present age of Harini & Murali is =(45 *2)-4= 86

Present age of Harini = (86-32)= 54IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 54 years**

Explanation:

Total age of Sharmi & Murali = (38 * 3)= 114

Present age of Sharmi & Raju =(39*2)+4 =82; Age of Murali = 32

Present age of Harini & Murali is =(45 *2)-4= 86

Present age of Harini = (86-32)= 54 - Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Akshay, Bala and Chitra started a venture. In the 1st year, they invested in the ratio of 5:4:7 respectively and the period for which they invested was in the ratio of 4:3:2 respectively. In the 2nd year, Akshay doubled the investment amount, Bala and Chitra continued with the same amount of investment as they invest for the same number of month as they did in 1st year. The total profit in 2 years was 14000. What is the Chitra’s share in Profit?**CorrectAnswer –

**3) Rs 3500**

Explanation:

Akshay : Bala : Chitra = {(5*4) + (10 *4) } : {(4*3) + (4*3)} : {(7 *2)+ (7*2) = 15:6:7

Chitra’s share in profit = 14000 *(7/28) = 3500IncorrectAnswer –

**3) Rs 3500**

Explanation:

Akshay : Bala : Chitra = {(5*4) + (10 *4) } : {(4*3) + (4*3)} : {(7 *2)+ (7*2) = 15:6:7

Chitra’s share in profit = 14000 *(7/28) = 3500 - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Anil invest a certain sum at CI at 10% per annum for 2 years. He also invest 1/3 rd less amount at SI at 10.5% per annum. What should be the period of his investment at SI so that the CI earned is only 75% of the SI earned ?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 4 years**

Explanation:

Let the investment at C.I be Rs x

Investment at SI = 2/3 x

CI =21x/100

SI= 7xT/100

According to question

21x/100= 75/100 * (7xT)/100

T= 4 yearsIncorrectAnswer –

**2) 4 years**

Explanation:

Let the investment at C.I be Rs x

Investment at SI = 2/3 x

CI =21x/100

SI= 7xT/100

According to question

21x/100= 75/100 * (7xT)/100

T= 4 years - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**The marked price of Smartphone is 40% less than that of laptop. The discount on the Smartphone is 50% . What should be the discount on the laptop so that the overall discount on the laptop and the Smartphone taken together is 37.5 %**CorrectAnswer –

**4)30%**

Explanation:

40% = 2/5

Let the price of laptop be 5X, so price of Smartphone =3x

Discount on laptop = {(75 * 8X)/2*100}-{(50 *3X)/100}=1.5X

So % discount on laptop = (1.5X *100)/5X= 30%IncorrectAnswer –

**4)30%**

Explanation:

40% = 2/5

Let the price of laptop be 5X, so price of Smartphone =3x

Discount on laptop = {(75 * 8X)/2*100}-{(50 *3X)/100}=1.5X

So % discount on laptop = (1.5X *100)/5X= 30% - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**The respective ratio between the monthly salary of Naveen & that of Deepa is 5 : 6. Naveen & Deepa, both save 40% & 25% out of their respective monthly salary. Naveen invest 5/8 th of his savings in Life Insurance & Deepa invests 3/5 th of her savings in Life Insurance. If Naveen invests Rs 1750 more than Deepa in Life Insurance, what is Naveen’s monthly salary?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 25000**

Explanation:

Let monthly salary of Naveen = Rs 5x * Month salary of Deepa =Rs 6x

(5x *40/100 * 5/8)-(6x * 25/100 * 3/5) = 1750

∴ x= Rs 5000

∴ Monthly salary of Naveen =5x = 5 *5000 = Rs 25000IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 25000**

Explanation:

Let monthly salary of Naveen = Rs 5x * Month salary of Deepa =Rs 6x

(5x *40/100 * 5/8)-(6x * 25/100 * 3/5) = 1750

∴ x= Rs 5000

∴ Monthly salary of Naveen =5x = 5 *5000 = Rs 25000 - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions(6-10): Study the following table which shows the data of different banks which interviewed a certain number of aspirants in different months and answer the following questions:**The number of aspirants interviewed in April by SBI is 50% more than the number of aspirants interviewed by BOI and is 2 more than the number of aspirants interviewed by BOB in the same month. UBI interviewed the same number of people in January and June which is 10% less than the number of people interviewed in February. The total number of aspirants interviewed by BOI and BOM in March was equal. Total number of aspirants interviewed by BOM in March was 20% more than the aspirants interviewed by BOB in May. Total number of aspirants interviewed by BOI in January is 5 more than the number of aspirants interviewed by BOM in February.

**The total number of aspirants interviewed in March is approximately what percent of the number of aspirants interviewed in June?**CorrectAnswer –

**4) 106%**

Explanation:

Number of aspirants interviewed in March = 116

Number of aspirants interviewed in June = 109

Required percentage = 116*100/109 = 106.42%IncorrectAnswer –

**4) 106%**

Explanation:

Number of aspirants interviewed in March = 116

Number of aspirants interviewed in June = 109

Required percentage = 116*100/109 = 106.42% - Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions(6-10): Study the following table which shows the data of different banks which interviewed a certain number of aspirants in different months and answer the following questions:**The number of aspirants interviewed in April by SBI is 50% more than the number of aspirants interviewed by BOI and is 2 more than the number of aspirants interviewed by BOB in the same month. UBI interviewed the same number of people in January and June which is 10% less than the number of people interviewed in February. The total number of aspirants interviewed by BOI and BOM in March was equal. Total number of aspirants interviewed by BOM in March was 20% more than the aspirants interviewed by BOB in May. Total number of aspirants interviewed by BOI in January is 5 more than the number of aspirants interviewed by BOM in February.

**The number of people interviewed by SBI is approximately what percent of the number of aspirants interviewed by UBI?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 78%**

Explanation:

Required percentage = 134*100/171 = 78.36%IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 78%**

Explanation:

Required percentage = 134*100/171 = 78.36% - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions(6-10): Study the following table which shows the data of different banks which interviewed a certain number of aspirants in different months and answer the following questions:**The number of aspirants interviewed in April by SBI is 50% more than the number of aspirants interviewed by BOI and is 2 more than the number of aspirants interviewed by BOB in the same month. UBI interviewed the same number of people in January and June which is 10% less than the number of people interviewed in February. The total number of aspirants interviewed by BOI and BOM in March was equal. Total number of aspirants interviewed by BOM in March was 20% more than the aspirants interviewed by BOB in May. Total number of aspirants interviewed by BOI in January is 5 more than the number of aspirants interviewed by BOM in February.

**What is the difference between the number of aspirants interviewed by BOI and UBI in January?**CorrectAnswer –

**4) 10**

Explanation:

Required difference = 37-27 = 10IncorrectAnswer –

**4) 10**

Explanation:

Required difference = 37-27 = 10 - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**What is the total number of aspirant interviewed by BOI and BOM?**CorrectAnswer –

**5) None of these**

Explanation:

Total number of aspirants = 148+185 = 333IncorrectAnswer –

**5) None of these**

Explanation:

Total number of aspirants = 148+185 = 333 - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**By approximately what percent is the total number of aspirants interviewed by BOM more than that of the aspirants interviewed by BOB?**CorrectAnswer –

**1) 38%**

Explanation:

Total number of aspirants interviewed by BOM = 185

So x*134/100 = 185, x = 138.06%

It is more than aspirants interviewed by BOB = 38.06%IncorrectAnswer –

**1) 38%**

Explanation:

Total number of aspirants interviewed by BOM = 185

So x*134/100 = 185, x = 138.06%

It is more than aspirants interviewed by BOB = 38.06%

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