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##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**There are three positive numbers. ½ of the average of all the three numbers is 5 less than the value of the largest number. The average of the lowest and the second lowest number is 7.5. Find out the largest number?**CorrectAnswer –

**4) 9**

Explanation:

Let the number be : a<b<c

(a+b+c)/(2*3)=c-5

a+b+c=6c-30…..(1)

again (a+b)/2=7.5 –(2)

from equation (1)

15+c=6C-30

C=9IncorrectAnswer –

**4) 9**

Explanation:

Let the number be : a<b<c

(a+b+c)/(2*3)=c-5

a+b+c=6c-30…..(1)

again (a+b)/2=7.5 –(2)

from equation (1)

15+c=6C-30

C=9 - Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**The monthly salaries of Prema and Suresh`are in the respective ratio of 5:4. Prema, from her monthly salary, gives 3/5th to her father. 15% towards her brother’s tuition fees, 18% towards a loan and she shops with the remaining amount which was Rs 2100. what is the monthly salary of Suresh? (in Rs.)**CorrectAnswer –

**5) 24000**

Explanation:

Prema ‘s monthly salary =Rs x

Percentage expense on father =brother + loan =(60+15+18)%=93 %

Expenses on shopping = 7%

(x *7)/100=2100

X= Rs 30000

Suresh`’s monthly salary= Rs (4/5 * 30000)= Rs 24000IncorrectAnswer –

**5) 24000**

Explanation:

Prema ‘s monthly salary =Rs x

Percentage expense on father =brother + loan =(60+15+18)%=93 %

Expenses on shopping = 7%

(x *7)/100=2100

X= Rs 30000

Suresh`’s monthly salary= Rs (4/5 * 30000)= Rs 24000 - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Mr Arun had a sum of money which he decided to be distributed among his wife, his only son and only daughter. He gave 25% of the total money to his wife and the remaining amount he distributed in the respective ratio of 2:3 between his son and daughter. If his daughter got Rs 24,300. How much money did Mr Arun have initially (in Rs)?**CorrectAnswer –

**1) 54000**

Explanation:

Initial amount with Mr Arun = Rs X

Amount given to on and daughter = Rs 3x/4

Son : daughter = 2: 3

Daughter’s share = (3/5 * 3x/4)=9x/20

9x/20=24300

X=54000IncorrectAnswer –

**1) 54000**

Explanation:

Initial amount with Mr Arun = Rs X

Amount given to on and daughter = Rs 3x/4

Son : daughter = 2: 3

Daughter’s share = (3/5 * 3x/4)=9x/20

9x/20=24300

X=54000 - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**In a college the respective ratio between the number of students in UG, PG and Ph.D in the year 2017, was 4:5:6. If in 2018, the number of students in UG and PG increased by 10% and 20% respectively and the number of students in Ph.D decreased by 20%, what was the respective ratio between the number of students in UG, PG & Ph.D in 2018?**CorrectAnswer –

**1) 11:15:12**

Explanation:

Required ratio = (4 *110)/100 : (5*120)/100 : (6*80)/100=11:15:12IncorrectAnswer –

**1) 11:15:12**

Explanation:

Required ratio = (4 *110)/100 : (5*120)/100 : (6*80)/100=11:15:12 - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**150 labours can complete a piece of work in 85 days by working 12 hours a day. All of them start working together and after 10 days all of them go on strike. Due to strike for 25 days the work remained stopped and then they resumed the work . How many more labours are required to finish the whole work in the given time by working 10 hours a day for the remaining period?**CorrectAnswer –

**2) 120**

Explanation:

150 *85*12= 150 *10*12 + (150+X)*50*10

X=120IncorrectAnswer –

**2) 120**

Explanation:

150 *85*12= 150 *10*12 + (150+X)*50*10

X=120 - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**Data regarding distribution of a certain number of employees (male + female) in 4 departments –Production, Purchasing, Accounting & I.T –in 2017 .Number of males (in all 4 departments) is 80

Production & Purchasing : The respective ratio of number of employees (male + female) in Production, Purchasing and Accounting is 3:4:5 . There are total 21 female in Production and Purchasing together, which is 35% of number of females (in all 4 departments). Number of females in Purchasing is 3 more than those in Production.

I.T : There are 44 employees (male + female) in this department. 35% of males (in all departments) are in this department.**What is the difference between number of employees (male+female) in IT and number of employees (male + female) in Production?**CorrectAnswer –

**5)20**

Explanation:

Required difference =44-24=20IncorrectAnswer –

**5)20**

Explanation:

Required difference =44-24=20 - Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**Data regarding distribution of a certain number of employees (male + female) in 4 departments –Production, Purchasing, Accounting & I.T –in 2017 .Number of males (in all 4 departments) is 80

Production & Purchasing : The respective ratio of number of employees (male + female) in Production, Purchasing and Accounting is 3:4:5 . There are total 21 female in Production and Purchasing together, which is 35% of number of females (in all 4 departments). Number of females in Purchasing is 3 more than those in Production.

I.T : There are 44 employees (male + female) in this department. 35% of males (in all departments) are in this department.**If the total monthly salary of employees (male + female) in Purchasing is Rs 1216000, what is the average monthly salary of the employees (male + female) in Purchasing? (in Rs.)**CorrectAnswer –

**3)38000**

Explanation:

Required average = Rs (1216000/32)=Rs 38000IncorrectAnswer –

**3)38000**

Explanation:

Required average = Rs (1216000/32)=Rs 38000 - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**Data regarding distribution of a certain number of employees (male + female) in 4 departments –Production, Purchasing, Accounting & I.T –in 2017 .Number of males (in all 4 departments) is 80

Production & Purchasing : The respective ratio of number of employees (male + female) in Production, Purchasing and Accounting is 3:4:5 . There are total 21 female in Production and Purchasing together, which is 35% of number of females (in all 4 departments). Number of females in Purchasing is 3 more than those in Production.

I.T : There are 44 employees (male + female) in this department. 35% of males (in all departments) are in this department.**Total number of males in I.T and Purchasing together is what percent more than the number of females in Purchasing ?**CorrectAnswer –

**4)300%**

Explanation:

Total males in R&D and Purchasing =28 + 40 = 48

Required percent = [(48-12)*100]/12 = 300%IncorrectAnswer –

**4)300%**

Explanation:

Total males in R&D and Purchasing =28 + 40 = 48

Required percent = [(48-12)*100]/12 = 300% - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**

Production & Purchasing : The respective ratio of number of employees (male + female) in Production, Purchasing and Accounting is 3:4:5 . There are total 21 female in Production and Purchasing together, which is 35% of number of females (in all 4 departments). Number of females in Purchasing is 3 more than those in Production.

I.T : There are 44 employees (male + female) in this department. 35% of males (in all departments) are in this department.**In 2018 in Accounting, if 3 males joined and 8 females left, what was the new respective ratio of number of males to that of females? (No male left and no new female joined in Accounting in 2017)**CorrectAnswer –

**3) 4 : 3**

Explanation:

Required ratio

(17+3) :(23-8)

=4:3IncorrectAnswer –

**3) 4 : 3**

Explanation:

Required ratio

(17+3) :(23-8)

=4:3 - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.**

Production & Purchasing : The respective ratio of number of employees (male + female) in Production, Purchasing and Accounting is 3:4:5 . There are total 21 female in Production and Purchasing together, which is 35% of number of females (in all 4 departments). Number of females in Purchasing is 3 more than those in Production.

I.T : There are 44 employees (male + female) in this department. 35% of males (in all departments) are in this department.**Number of employees (male +female) in Accounting is what percent of total number of employees (male +female) in all four departments?**CorrectAnswer –

**5) 28(4/7)%**

Explanation:

Required per cent

=(40*100)/140=28(4/7)%IncorrectAnswer –

**5) 28(4/7)%**

Explanation:

Required per cent

=(40*100)/140=28(4/7)%

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