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##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (1-5) Table given below gives information about no. of article sold by four different people (A, B, C and D) in four different months (March, April, May and June)**

**Number of Articles Sold by A in March is what percent of number of articles sold by C in May?**Correct**Answer – 1) 75 %**

Explanation

Number of Articles Sold by A in March = 120

Number of Articles Sold by C in May = 160

120/160 x 100 = 75 %Incorrect**Answer – 1) 75 %**

Explanation

Number of Articles Sold by A in March = 120

Number of Articles Sold by C in May = 160

120/160 x 100 = 75 % - Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (1-5) Table given below gives information about no. of article sold by four different people (A, B, C and D) in four different months (March, April, May and June)**

**What is the difference between the number of articles sold by B in all months to A in all the months?**Correct**Answer – 3) 59**

Explanation

A – total = 120+125+145+165 = 555

B – total = 140+145+154+175 = 614

614- 555= 59Incorrect**Answer – 3) 59**

Explanation

A – total = 120+125+145+165 = 555

B – total = 140+145+154+175 = 614

614- 555= 59 - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (1-5) Table given below gives information about no. of article sold by four different people (A, B, C and D) in four different months (March, April, May and June)**

**The total articles sold by C in May and June is what percent of article sold by D in March and April?**Correct**Answer – 1) 98.5**

Explanation

C in May and June = 160+185 = 345

D in March and April = 180 + 170 = 350

345/350 x 100 = 98.5Incorrect**Answer – 1) 98.5**

Explanation

C in May and June = 160+185 = 345

D in March and April = 180 + 170 = 350

345/350 x 100 = 98.5 - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**The difference between total number of articles sold in March and April to total number of articles sold in May and June.**Correct**Answer – 1) 159**

Explanation:

Total number of articles sold in May and June = 1364

Total number of articles sold in March and April = 1205

1364 – 1205 = 159Incorrect**Answer – 1) 159**

Explanation:

Total number of articles sold in May and June = 1364

Total number of articles sold in March and April = 1205

1364 – 1205 = 159 - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**The ratio of article sold by D in April to the number of articles sold by C in May?**Correct**Answer – 2) 17:16**

Explanation

170/160 = 17:16Incorrect**Answer – 2) 17:16**

Explanation

170/160 = 17:16 - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6 – 10) Read the following information and answer the questions given below:**

In an exam conducted by UPSC, there were two stages, written exam and interview. 20% of the candidates who appeared in the written exam were from Delhi, 22% were from U.P., 16% were from J&K and Bihar together and rest of the candidates were from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana together. Ratio of the male and female who appeared from Delhi and U.P. were 11:9 and 6:5 respectively. Ratio of the candidates who appeared for written exam from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana was 2:7:5 respectively and the ratio of candidates who appeared for written exam from J&K and Bihar is 5:11 respectively. Only 3% of the candidates who appeared in the written test got the final selection. The total no. of candidates who got final selection were 35% from U.P. and 33% from Delhi, 4% from J&K and rest of them were from other states. Number of candidates who appeared in the written test from Bihar were 4400.**Total number of candidates who appeared in written exam from Punjab, Haryana and Delhi are:**Correct**Answer- 2) 22400**Since 16% of the candidates appear in written exam from Bihar and J&K together, 11% will appear from Bihar only (ratio of the candidates from Bihar and J&K is 11:5).

Explanation-

Percentage of candidates who will appear from Punjab and Haryana = 42/14 × 12 = 36% (ratio of candidates from Himachal, Punjab and Haryana is 2:7:5).

Percentage of candidates who appear from Delhi = 20%

Required number of candidates = 4400/11 × 56 = 400 × 56 = 22400 (36+20=56)Incorrect**Answer- 2) 22400**Since 16% of the candidates appear in written exam from Bihar and J&K together, 11% will appear from Bihar only (ratio of the candidates from Bihar and J&K is 11:5).

Explanation-

Percentage of candidates who will appear from Punjab and Haryana = 42/14 × 12 = 36% (ratio of candidates from Himachal, Punjab and Haryana is 2:7:5).

Percentage of candidates who appear from Delhi = 20%

Required number of candidates = 4400/11 × 56 = 400 × 56 = 22400 (36+20=56) - Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6 – 10) Read the following information and answer the questions given below:**

In an exam conducted by UPSC, there were two stages, written exam and interview. 20% of the candidates who appeared in the written exam were from Delhi, 22% were from U.P., 16% were from J&K and Bihar together and rest of the candidates were from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana together. Ratio of the male and female who appeared from Delhi and U.P. were 11:9 and 6:5 respectively. Ratio of the candidates who appeared for written exam from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana was 2:7:5 respectively and the ratio of candidates who appeared for written exam from J&K and Bihar is 5:11 respectively. Only 3% of the candidates who appeared in the written test got the final selection. The total no. of candidates who got final selection were 35% from U.P. and 33% from Delhi, 4% from J&K and rest of them were from other states. Number of candidates who appeared in the written test from Bihar were 4400.**Total number of female candidates who appear in written exam from Delhi and UP are:**Correct**Answer- 1) 7600**Percentage of women who appear from Delhi and UP together = 20/20 × 9 + 22/11 × 5 = 9 + 10 = 19%

Explanation-

So, the total number of women who appear from Delhi and U.P. together = 4400/11 × 19 = 7600Incorrect**Answer- 1) 7600**Percentage of women who appear from Delhi and UP together = 20/20 × 9 + 22/11 × 5 = 9 + 10 = 19%

Explanation-

So, the total number of women who appear from Delhi and U.P. together = 4400/11 × 19 = 7600 - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6 – 10) Read the following information and answer the questions given below:**

In an exam conducted by UPSC, there were two stages, written exam and interview. 20% of the candidates who appeared in the written exam were from Delhi, 22% were from U.P., 16% were from J&K and Bihar together and rest of the candidates were from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana together. Ratio of the male and female who appeared from Delhi and U.P. were 11:9 and 6:5 respectively. Ratio of the candidates who appeared for written exam from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana was 2:7:5 respectively and the ratio of candidates who appeared for written exam from J&K and Bihar is 5:11 respectively. Only 3% of the candidates who appeared in the written test got the final selection. The total no. of candidates who got final selection were 35% from U.P. and 33% from Delhi, 4% from J&K and rest of them were from other states. Number of candidates who appeared in the written test from Bihar were 4400.**The number of candidates who got final selection from Delhi are how much percent less than that of U.P.?**Correct**Answer- 4) 40/7%**Since 35% of the total selections were from U.P. and 33% were from Delhi,

Explanation-

Required percentage = 2/35 × 100 = 40/7%Incorrect**Answer- 4) 40/7%**Since 35% of the total selections were from U.P. and 33% were from Delhi,

Explanation-

Required percentage = 2/35 × 100 = 40/7% - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6 – 10) Read the following information and answer the questions given below:**

In an exam conducted by UPSC, there were two stages, written exam and interview. 20% of the candidates who appeared in the written exam were from Delhi, 22% were from U.P., 16% were from J&K and Bihar together and rest of the candidates were from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana together. Ratio of the male and female who appeared from Delhi and U.P. were 11:9 and 6:5 respectively. Ratio of the candidates who appeared for written exam from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana was 2:7:5 respectively and the ratio of candidates who appeared for written exam from J&K and Bihar is 5:11 respectively. Only 3% of the candidates who appeared in the written test got the final selection. The total no. of candidates who got final selection were 35% from U.P. and 33% from Delhi, 4% from J&K and rest of them were from other states. Number of candidates who appeared in the written test from Bihar were 4400.**The number of candidates who reached the interview stage were 25% of the total number of candidates who appeared in the written exam. 11% of the total number of candidates who reached the interview stage were from Haryana. Number of candidates who appeared in the interview stage from Haryana were what percent of the number of students who appeared in written exam from Haryana?**Correct**Answer- 3) 55/3%**Total number of candidates who appeared in the written exam = 4400/11 × 100 = 40000

Explanation-

Since, 42% of the candidates appeared in the written exam from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana and their respective ratio was 2:7:5,

The percentage of candidates who appeared from Haryana = 42/14 × 5 = 15%

Number of candidates who appeared in written exam from Haryana = 15/100 × 40000 = 6000

Total number of students who reached the interview stage = 25% of 40000 = 10000

Number of students who qualify in the interview stage from Haryana = 11% of 10000 = 1100

Required percentage = 1100/6000 × 100 = 55/3%Incorrect**Answer- 3) 55/3%**Total number of candidates who appeared in the written exam = 4400/11 × 100 = 40000

Explanation-

Since, 42% of the candidates appeared in the written exam from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana and their respective ratio was 2:7:5,

The percentage of candidates who appeared from Haryana = 42/14 × 5 = 15%

Number of candidates who appeared in written exam from Haryana = 15/100 × 40000 = 6000

Total number of students who reached the interview stage = 25% of 40000 = 10000

Number of students who qualify in the interview stage from Haryana = 11% of 10000 = 1100

Required percentage = 1100/6000 × 100 = 55/3% - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6 – 10) Read the following information and answer the questions given below:**

In an exam conducted by UPSC, there were two stages, written exam and interview. 20% of the candidates who appeared in the written exam were from Delhi, 22% were from U.P., 16% were from J&K and Bihar together and rest of the candidates were from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana together. Ratio of the male and female who appeared from Delhi and U.P. were 11:9 and 6:5 respectively. Ratio of the candidates who appeared for written exam from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana was 2:7:5 respectively and the ratio of candidates who appeared for written exam from J&K and Bihar is 5:11 respectively. Only 3% of the candidates who appeared in the written test got the final selection. The total no. of candidates who got final selection were 35% from U.P. and 33% from Delhi, 4% from J&K and rest of them were from other states. Number of candidates who appeared in the written test from Bihar were 4400.**The number of candidates who got the final selection from Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and Bihar are in the ratio 1:3:3:7. The number of candidates who got final selection from Bihar is what percent less than the number of candidates who got final selection from U.P.?**Correct**Answer- 5) 60%**Since 35% of the students who got final selection were from U.P., 33% were from Delhi and 4% were from J&K, 28% would be from other states

Explanation-

Percentage of students who got final selection from Bihar = 7/14 × 28 = 14%

Required percentage = (35-14)/35 × 100 = 60%Incorrect**Answer- 5) 60%**Since 35% of the students who got final selection were from U.P., 33% were from Delhi and 4% were from J&K, 28% would be from other states

Explanation-

Percentage of students who got final selection from Bihar = 7/14 × 28 = 14%

Required percentage = (35-14)/35 × 100 = 60%

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