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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). The table given below shows the number of days taken by Manish to complete the given percentage of work and time ratio of Manish to Vikas to complete the work. Read it carefully and answer the following questions.
Job Name Percentage of work done by Manish Number of days taken by Manish Ratio of number of days taken by Manish to the number of days taken by Vikas to complete the whole work respectively A 15% 3 5:6 B 30% 6 10:13 C 50% 15 15:11 D 40% 12 3:5 E 20% 5 5:2 Number of days taken by Manish to complete the job D alone are how much less than the number of days taken by Vikas to complete the same job alone?
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Answer2) 20
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete the job D alone = 12/40 × 100 = 30
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete the job D alone = 30/3 × 5 = 50
Required difference = 50 – 30 = 20Incorrect
Answer2) 20
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete the job D alone = 12/40 × 100 = 30
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete the job D alone = 30/3 × 5 = 50
Required difference = 50 – 30 = 20 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). The table given below shows the number of days taken by Manish to complete the given percentage of work and time ratio of Manish to Vikas to complete the work. Read it carefully and answer the following questions.
Job Name Percentage of work done by Manish Number of days taken by Manish Ratio of number of days taken by Manish to the number of days taken by Vikas to complete the whole work respectively A 15% 3 5:6 B 30% 6 10:13 C 50% 15 15:11 D 40% 12 3:5 E 20% 5 5:2 Number of days taken by Vikas to complete the job A alone are:
Correct
Answer5) 24
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete job A alone = 3/15 × 100 = 20
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete job A alone = 20/5 × 6 = 24Incorrect
Answer5) 24
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete job A alone = 3/15 × 100 = 20
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete job A alone = 20/5 × 6 = 24 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). The table given below shows the number of days taken by Manish to complete the given percentage of work and time ratio of Manish to Vikas to complete the work. Read it carefully and answer the following questions.
Job Name Percentage of work done by Manish Number of days taken by Manish Ratio of number of days taken by Manish to the number of days taken by Vikas to complete the whole work respectively A 15% 3 5:6 B 30% 6 10:13 C 50% 15 15:11 D 40% 12 3:5 E 20% 5 5:2 In approximately how many days Manish and Vikas can together complete the job B?
Correct
Answer 5) 11
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete job B alone = 6/30 × 100 = 20
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete job B alone = 20/10 × 13 = 26
LCM of 20 and 26 = 260
Therefore, total work = 260
Work done by Manish in one day = 260/20 = 13
Work done by Vikas in one day = 260/26 = 10
Required number of days = 260/(13 + 10) = 260/23 = 11 (approx)Incorrect
Answer 5) 11
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete job B alone = 6/30 × 100 = 20
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete job B alone = 20/10 × 13 = 26
LCM of 20 and 26 = 260
Therefore, total work = 260
Work done by Manish in one day = 260/20 = 13
Work done by Vikas in one day = 260/26 = 10
Required number of days = 260/(13 + 10) = 260/23 = 11 (approx) 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). The table given below shows the number of days taken by Manish to complete the given percentage of work and time ratio of Manish to Vikas to complete the work. Read it carefully and answer the following questions.
Job Name Percentage of work done by Manish Number of days taken by Manish Ratio of number of days taken by Manish to the number of days taken by Vikas to complete the whole work respectively A 15% 3 5:6 B 30% 6 10:13 C 50% 15 15:11 D 40% 12 3:5 E 20% 5 5:2 In how many day Vikas alone can complete 50% of the job E?
Correct
Answer 1) 5
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete job E = 5/20 × 100 = 25
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete job E = 25/5 × 2 = 10
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete 50% of job E = 10/2 = 5 daysIncorrect
Answer 1) 5
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete job E = 5/20 × 100 = 25
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete job E = 25/5 × 2 = 10
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete 50% of job E = 10/2 = 5 days 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). The table given below shows the number of days taken by Manish to complete the given percentage of work and time ratio of Manish to Vikas to complete the work. Read it carefully and answer the following questions.
Job Name Percentage of work done by Manish Number of days taken by Manish Ratio of number of days taken by Manish to the number of days taken by Vikas to complete the whole work respectively A 15% 3 5:6 B 30% 6 10:13 C 50% 15 15:11 D 40% 12 3:5 E 20% 5 5:2 Approximately how much percent of job C will be completed by Vikas in 10 days?
Correct
Answer 4) 45%
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete job C = 15/50 × 100 = 30
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete job C = 30/15 × 11 = 22
Required percentage = 10/22 × 100 = 45 (approx.)Incorrect
Answer 4) 45%
Explanation
Number of days taken by Manish to complete job C = 15/50 × 100 = 30
Number of days taken by Vikas to complete job C = 30/15 × 11 = 22
Required percentage = 10/22 × 100 = 45 (approx.) 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610): The following bar graph shows the distance travelled by six cars i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F and time taken by them in percentage. Distance travelled by cars and time taken by them may be different every day but percentage distributions of time and distance stay the same. Read both of these carefully and answer the following questions:
Distance travelled by C on a given day is 810 km. If the average speed of the car for that day is 54 km/h, time taken by D to travel his share of distance on that day is:
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Answer 1) 40 hrs
Explanation
Time taken by C to travel on that day = 810/54 = 15 hrs
Time taken by D = 15/9 × 24 = 40 hrsIncorrect
Answer 1) 40 hrs
Explanation
Time taken by C to travel on that day = 810/54 = 15 hrs
Time taken by D = 15/9 × 24 = 40 hrs 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610): The following bar graph shows the distance travelled by six cars i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F and time taken by them in percentage. Distance travelled by cars and time taken by them may be different every day but percentage distributions of time and distance stay the same. Read both of these carefully and answer the following questions:
Total distance travelled by all the cars is 1500 km and the average speed of the car E is 70 km/h. Time taken by car E to travel his distance is:
Correct
Answer 4) 1.5 hrs
Explanation
Distance travelled by car E = 7% of 1500 = 105 km
Time taken by car E = 105/70 = 1.5 hrsIncorrect
Answer 4) 1.5 hrs
Explanation
Distance travelled by car E = 7% of 1500 = 105 km
Time taken by car E = 105/70 = 1.5 hrs 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610): The following bar graph shows the distance travelled by six cars i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F and time taken by them in percentage. Distance travelled by cars and time taken by them may be different every day but percentage distributions of time and distance stay the same. Read both of these carefully and answer the following questions:
Total time taken by all the cars is 50 hrs and the difference between the distance travelled by car B and D is 264 km. What is the average speed
Correct
Answer 1) 60 km/h
Explanation
Distance travelled by car F = 264/(18 – 10) × 20 = 660 km
Time taken by car F = 22% of 50 = 11 hrs
Average speed of car F = 660/11 = 60 km/hIncorrect
Answer 1) 60 km/h
Explanation
Distance travelled by car F = 264/(18 – 10) × 20 = 660 km
Time taken by car F = 22% of 50 = 11 hrs
Average speed of car F = 660/11 = 60 km/h 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610): The following bar graph shows the distance travelled by six cars i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F and time taken by them in percentage. Distance travelled by cars and time taken by them may be different every day but percentage distributions of time and distance stay the same. Read both of these carefully and answer the following questions:
If the total distance travelled by all the cars together is 2000 km and the time taken by car B is 1 hour more than that by car A, then the speed of car A is how much more than the speed of car B?
Correct
Answer 4) 87.5%
Explanation
Distance travelled by car A = 15% of 2000 = 300 km
Distance travelled by car B = 10% of 2000 = 200 km
Time taken by car A = 1/3 × 12 = 4 hrs
Time taken by car B = 1/3 × 15 = 5 hrs
Speed of car A = 300/4 = 75 km/h
Speed of car B = 200/5 = 40 km/h
Required percentage = (75 – 40)/40 × 100 = 87.5%Incorrect
Answer 4) 87.5%
Explanation
Distance travelled by car A = 15% of 2000 = 300 km
Distance travelled by car B = 10% of 2000 = 200 km
Time taken by car A = 1/3 × 12 = 4 hrs
Time taken by car B = 1/3 × 15 = 5 hrs
Speed of car A = 300/4 = 75 km/h
Speed of car B = 200/5 = 40 km/h
Required percentage = (75 – 40)/40 × 100 = 87.5% 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610): The following bar graph shows the distance travelled by six cars i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F and time taken by them in percentage. Distance travelled by cars and time taken by them may be different every day but percentage distributions of time and distance stay the same. Read both of these carefully and answer the following questions:
On a given day, the difference between the distance travelled by E and F is 429 km. If the average speed of the car F is 60 km/h, then the time taken by car C to travel his distance on the same day is:
Correct
Answer 5) 4.5 hrs
Explanation
Distance travelled by car F = 429/13 × 20 = 660 km
Time taken by car F = 660/60 = 11 hrs
Time taken by car C = 11/22 × 9 = 4.5 hrsIncorrect
Answer 5) 4.5 hrs
Explanation
Distance travelled by car F = 429/13 × 20 = 660 km
Time taken by car F = 660/60 = 11 hrs
Time taken by car C = 11/22 × 9 = 4.5 hrs
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