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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
Day 1: A person covers 300 km along the stream and 180 km against the stream. The difference between the time taken to cover upstream and downstream distance is 4 hours.
Day 2: A person covers 50 km more than the previous day along the stream and distance covered against the stream is 20 km more than the distance covered by the same person in day 1 against the stream. Time taken to cover the downstream distance is 3 hours less than the upstream distance.
Day 3: Distance covered along the stream is 100 km less than the distance covered against the stream which is equal to the distance covered by a person on day 2 along the stream. He takes 7.5 hours more to cover upstream than the downstream distance.
Day 4: Total time taken to cover 320 km along the stream and 275 km against the stream is the same as the total time taken by the same person on day 3.
The speed of stream on days 1, 2, 3 and 4 is 20kmph, 15kmph, 25kmph, and 30kmph respectively.
Find the ratio of speed of boat on day 1 to the speed of boat on day 3.Correct
Answer: 3) 8:9
Explanation:
Speed of boat on day 1= 40kmph
Speed of boat on day 3 = 45kmph
Required ratio = (40/45) = 8:9Common Explanation:
Day 1:
Distance covered along the stream = 300km
Distance covered against the stream = 180km
180/ (b20) – 300/ (b+20) = 4
b = 40kmph
Day 2:
Distance covered along the stream = 300+50 = 350km
Distance covered against the stream = 180+20 = 200km
200/ (b15) – 350/ (b+15) = 3
b = 35kmph
Day 3:
Distance covered against the stream = 350km
Distance covered along the stream = 350100 = 250km
250/ (b25) – 350/ (b+25) = 7.5
b = 45
Day 4:
Total time taken on day 3
250/ (4525) + 350/ (45+25) = 12.5+5 = 17.5h
Distance covered against the stream = 275km
Distance covered along the stream = 320km
320/ (b+30) + 275/ (b30) = 17.5
b = 50kmphIncorrect
Answer: 3) 8:9
Explanation:
Speed of boat on day 1= 40kmph
Speed of boat on day 3 = 45kmph
Required ratio = (40/45) = 8:9Common Explanation:
Day 1:
Distance covered along the stream = 300km
Distance covered against the stream = 180km
180/ (b20) – 300/ (b+20) = 4
b = 40kmph
Day 2:
Distance covered along the stream = 300+50 = 350km
Distance covered against the stream = 180+20 = 200km
200/ (b15) – 350/ (b+15) = 3
b = 35kmph
Day 3:
Distance covered against the stream = 350km
Distance covered along the stream = 350100 = 250km
250/ (b25) – 350/ (b+25) = 7.5
b = 45
Day 4:
Total time taken on day 3
250/ (4525) + 350/ (45+25) = 12.5+5 = 17.5h
Distance covered against the stream = 275km
Distance covered along the stream = 320km
320/ (b+30) + 275/ (b30) = 17.5
b = 50kmph 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
Day 1: A person covers 300 km along the stream and 180 km against the stream. The difference between the time taken to cover upstream and downstream distance is 4 hours.
Day 2: A person covers 50 km more than the previous day along the stream and distance covered against the stream is 20 km more than the distance covered by the same person in day 1 against the stream. Time taken to cover the downstream distance is 3 hours less than the upstream distance.
Day 3: Distance covered along the stream is 100 km less than the distance covered against the stream which is equal to the distance covered by a person on day 2 along the stream. He takes 7.5 hours more to cover upstream than the downstream distance.
Day 4: Total time taken to cover 320 km along the stream and 275 km against the stream is the same as the total time taken by the same person on day 3.
The speed of stream on days 1, 2, 3 and 4 is 20kmph, 15kmph, 25kmph, and 30kmph respectively.Find the time taken by boat to cover to cover 325km in still water with the speed same as the speed of boat on day 4?
Correct
Answer: 3) 6.5 hours
Explanation:
Speed of boat on day 4 = 50kmph
Time taken to cover 325km = 325/50 = 6.5 hoursIncorrect
Answer: 3) 6.5 hours
Explanation:
Speed of boat on day 4 = 50kmph
Time taken to cover 325km = 325/50 = 6.5 hours 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
Day 1: A person covers 300 km along the stream and 180 km against the stream. The difference between the time taken to cover upstream and downstream distance is 4 hours.
Day 2: A person covers 50 km more than the previous day along the stream and distance covered against the stream is 20 km more than the distance covered by the same person in day 1 against the stream. Time taken to cover the downstream distance is 3 hours less than the upstream distance.
Day 3: Distance covered along the stream is 100 km less than the distance covered against the stream which is equal to the distance covered by a person on day 2 along the stream. He takes 7.5 hours more to cover upstream than the downstream distance.
Day 4: Total time taken to cover 320 km along the stream and 275 km against the stream is the same as the total time taken by the same person on day 3.
The speed of stream on days 1, 2, 3 and 4 is 20kmph, 15kmph, 25kmph, and 30kmph respectively.What is the ratio of the distance covered on day 2 and days 4 together against the stream and the distance covered on day 1 and day 3 together along the stream? (Downstream + Upstream)
Correct
Answer: 4) 19:22
Explanation:
Day 2:
Distance covered against the stream = 200km
Day 4:
Distance covered against the stream = 275km
Day 1:
Distance covered along the stream = 300km
Day 3:
Distance covered along the stream = 250km
Required ratio = (200+275): (300+250) = 475:550 =19:22Incorrect
Answer: 4) 19:22
Explanation:
Day 2:
Distance covered against the stream = 200km
Day 4:
Distance covered against the stream = 275km
Day 1:
Distance covered along the stream = 300km
Day 3:
Distance covered along the stream = 250km
Required ratio = (200+275): (300+250) = 475:550 =19:22 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
Day 1: A person covers 300 km along the stream and 180 km against the stream. The difference between the time taken to cover upstream and downstream distance is 4 hours.
Day 2: A person covers 50 km more than the previous day along the stream and distance covered against the stream is 20 km more than the distance covered by the same person in day 1 against the stream. Time taken to cover the downstream distance is 3 hours less than the upstream distance.
Day 3: Distance covered along the stream is 100 km less than the distance covered against the stream which is equal to the distance covered by a person on day 2 along the stream. He takes 7.5 hours more to cover upstream than the downstream distance.
Day 4: Total time taken to cover 320 km along the stream and 275 km against the stream is the same as the total time taken by the same person on day 3.
The speed of stream on days 1, 2, 3 and 4 is 20kmph, 15kmph, 25kmph, and 30kmph respectively.If he covers 280 km along the stream and 120 km against the stream on day 5 and the speed of stream and boat is same as on day 3, then find the total time taken to cover the whole distance?
Correct
Answer: 4) 10 hours
Explanation:
Speed of boat on day 5 = 45kmph
Speed of stream on day 5 = 25kmph
Total time taken = 280/ (45+25) + 120 / (4525) = (280/70) + (120/20) = 4+6 = 10 hoursIncorrect
Answer: 4) 10 hours
Explanation:
Speed of boat on day 5 = 45kmph
Speed of stream on day 5 = 25kmph
Total time taken = 280/ (45+25) + 120 / (4525) = (280/70) + (120/20) = 4+6 = 10 hours 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
Day 1: A person covers 300 km along the stream and 180 km against the stream. The difference between the time taken to cover upstream and downstream distance is 4 hours.
Day 2: A person covers 50 km more than the previous day along the stream and distance covered against the stream is 20 km more than the distance covered by the same person in day 1 against the stream. Time taken to cover the downstream distance is 3 hours less than the upstream distance.
Day 3: Distance covered along the stream is 100 km less than the distance covered against the stream which is equal to the distance covered by a person on day 2 along the stream. He takes 7.5 hours more to cover upstream than the downstream distance.
Day 4: Total time taken to cover 320 km along the stream and 275 km against the stream is the same as the total time taken by the same person on day 3.
The speed of stream on days 1, 2, 3 and 4 is 20kmph, 15kmph, 25kmph, and 30kmph respectively.Find the average of speeds of boat in still water on day 1, day 2 and day 3?
Correct
Answer: 1) 40kmph
Explanation:
Speed of boat in still water on day 1 = 40kmph
Speed of boat in still water on day 2 = 35kmph
Speed of boat in still water on day 3 = 45kmph
Required average = (40+35+45)/3 = 120/3 = 40kmphIncorrect
Answer: 1) 40kmph
Explanation:
Speed of boat in still water on day 1 = 40kmph
Speed of boat in still water on day 2 = 35kmph
Speed of boat in still water on day 3 = 45kmph
Required average = (40+35+45)/3 = 120/3 = 40kmph 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
There are two offices, Old and New. Both offices have four different types of departments, Revenue, Legal, Accounts, and Sales. In the Old office, there is a total of 300 employees. The New office has twenty percent fewer employees than Old office. Fifteen percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Revenue department. Onethird of the total employees of the Old office is in the Legal department. Twentyfive percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of the Old office are in the Sales department. The total number of employees in the Revenue department in both offices together is 80. Thirtyfive percent of the number of employees in the New office is in the Legal department. Twenty percent of the total employees of New office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of New office are in the Sales department.
Find the difference in the number of employees in the Sales department in Old and New office.
Correct
Answer: 5) 7
Explanation:
Employees in the Sales department in Old office = 80
Employees in the Sales department New office = 73
Required difference = 8073 = 7Common Explanation:
Old office:
Total employees in Old office = 300
Employees in Revenue department = 300*(15/100) = 45
Employees in Legal department = 300*(1/3) = 100
Employees in Accounts department = 300*(25/100) = 75
Employees in Sales department = 300(45+100+75) = 80
New office:
Total employees in New office = 300*{(10020)/100} = 300*(80/100) = 240
Employees in Revenue department = 8045 = 35
Employees in Legal department = 240*(35/100) = 84
Employees in Accounts department = 240*(20/100) = 48
Employees in Sales department = 240(35+84+48) = 73Incorrect
Answer: 5) 7
Explanation:
Employees in the Sales department in Old office = 80
Employees in the Sales department New office = 73
Required difference = 8073 = 7Common Explanation:
Old office:
Total employees in Old office = 300
Employees in Revenue department = 300*(15/100) = 45
Employees in Legal department = 300*(1/3) = 100
Employees in Accounts department = 300*(25/100) = 75
Employees in Sales department = 300(45+100+75) = 80
New office:
Total employees in New office = 300*{(10020)/100} = 300*(80/100) = 240
Employees in Revenue department = 8045 = 35
Employees in Legal department = 240*(35/100) = 84
Employees in Accounts department = 240*(20/100) = 48
Employees in Sales department = 240(35+84+48) = 73 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
There are two offices, Old and New. Both offices have four different types of departments, Revenue, Legal, Accounts, and Sales. In the Old office, there is a total of 300 employees. The New office has twenty percent fewer employees than Old office. Fifteen percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Revenue department. Onethird of the total employees of the Old office is in the Legal department. Twentyfive percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of the Old office are in the Sales department. The total number of employees in the Revenue department in both offices together is 80. Thirtyfive percent of the number of employees in the New office is in the Legal department. Twenty percent of the total employees of New office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of New office are in the Sales department.
Find the ratio of the number of employees in the Revenue department in the Old office to the number of employees in the Accounts department in the New office.
Correct
Answer: 1) 15:16
Explanation:
Number of employees in the Revenue department in Old office = 45
Number of employees in the Accounts department in New office = 48
Required ratio = (45/48) = 15:16Incorrect
Answer: 1) 15:16
Explanation:
Number of employees in the Revenue department in Old office = 45
Number of employees in the Accounts department in New office = 48
Required ratio = (45/48) = 15:16 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
There are two offices, Old and New. Both offices have four different types of departments, Revenue, Legal, Accounts, and Sales. In the Old office, there is a total of 300 employees. The New office has twenty percent fewer employees than Old office. Fifteen percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Revenue department. Onethird of the total employees of the Old office is in the Legal department. Twentyfive percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of the Old office are in the Sales department. The total number of employees in the Revenue department in both offices together is 80. Thirtyfive percent of the number of employees in the New office is in the Legal department. Twenty percent of the total employees of New office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of New office are in the Sales department.
Find the sum of the number of employees in the Legal department in both the Offices.
Correct
Answer: 3) 184
Explanation:
Number of employees in the Legal department in Old office = 100
Number of employees in the Legal department in New office = 84
Required sum = 100+84 = 184 \Incorrect
Answer: 3) 184
Explanation:
Number of employees in the Legal department in Old office = 100
Number of employees in the Legal department in New office = 84
Required sum = 100+84 = 184 \ 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
There are two offices, Old and New. Both offices have four different types of departments, Revenue, Legal, Accounts, and Sales. In the Old office, there is a total of 300 employees. The New office has twenty percent fewer employees than Old office. Fifteen percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Revenue department. Onethird of the total employees of the Old office is in the Legal department. Twentyfive percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of the Old office are in the Sales department. The total number of employees in the Revenue department in both offices together is 80. Thirtyfive percent of the number of employees in the New office is in the Legal department. Twenty percent of the total employees of New office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of New office are in the Sales department.
The number of employees in the Accounts department in the New office is what percent less than the number of employees in the same department in the Old office?
Correct
Answer: 1) 36%
Explanation:
Number of employees in the Accounts department in New office = 48
Number of employees in the Accounts department in Old office =75
Required percentage = {(7548)/75}*100 = (27/75)*100 = 36%Incorrect
Answer: 1) 36%
Explanation:
Number of employees in the Accounts department in New office = 48
Number of employees in the Accounts department in Old office =75
Required percentage = {(7548)/75}*100 = (27/75)*100 = 36% 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610): Read the following passage and answer the given questions.
There are two offices, Old and New. Both offices have four different types of departments, Revenue, Legal, Accounts, and Sales. In the Old office, there is a total of 300 employees. The New office has twenty percent fewer employees than Old office. Fifteen percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Revenue department. Onethird of the total employees of the Old office is in the Legal department. Twentyfive percent of the employees of the Old office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of the Old office are in the Sales department. The total number of employees in the Revenue department in both offices together is 80. Thirtyfive percent of the number of employees in the New office is in the Legal department. Twenty percent of the total employees of New office is in the Accounts department. The remaining employees of New office are in the Sales department.
Find the average of number of employees of Revenue, Accounts and Sales department in New office.
Correct
Answer: 1) 52
Explanation:
New office:
Employees in Revenue department = 35
Employees in Accounts department = 48
Employees in Sales department = 73
Required average = (35+48+73)/3 = 156/3 = 52Incorrect
Answer: 1) 52
Explanation:
New office:
Employees in Revenue department = 35
Employees in Accounts department = 48
Employees in Sales department = 73
Required average = (35+48+73)/3 = 156/3 = 52
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