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Answer – 2) X < Y
Explanation:
4x² + 24x + 35 = 0
x = – 2.5, -3.5
3y² – 11y + 10 = 0
y = 1.6, 2

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Answer – 2) X < Y
Explanation:
4x² + 24x + 35 = 0
x = – 2.5, -3.5
3y² – 11y + 10 = 0
y = 1.6, 2

Question 4 of 10

4. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(4-8) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Participants + Offline Participants + Who didn’t participate

What is the average of number of Offline Participants participated from Villages M, O and P.

Correct

Answer – 5) 670
Explanation:
Total population in M = 800+35M/100 + 370; M = 1800; offline Participants = 630
Total population in O = 680+30O/100 + 545; O = 1750; offline Participants = 525
Total population in P = 850+45P/100 + 195; P = 1900; offline Participants = 855
Average = (630+525+855)/3 = 670

Incorrect

Answer – 5) 670
Explanation:
Total population in M = 800+35M/100 + 370; M = 1800; offline Participants = 630
Total population in O = 680+30O/100 + 545; O = 1750; offline Participants = 525
Total population in P = 850+45P/100 + 195; P = 1900; offline Participants = 855
Average = (630+525+855)/3 = 670

Question 5 of 10

5. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(4-8) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Participants + Offline Participants + Who didn’t participate

Total population in Village N is same as total population in which Village?

Correct

Answer – 4) Q
Explanation:
By observation sum of online Participants and who didn’t participation in Village N is same as in Village Q and % of offline Participants is also same. So total population is same in two Villages

Incorrect

Answer – 4) Q
Explanation:
By observation sum of online Participants and who didn’t participation in Village N is same as in Village Q and % of offline Participants is also same. So total population is same in two Villages

Question 6 of 10

6. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(4-8) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Participants + Offline Participants + Who didn’t participate

If all females and 110 males in Village Q didn’t participate in the competition, then total how many males have participated in the competition?

Correct

Answer – 2) 1590
Explanation:
In Village Q total population:
x = 790+40x/100+ 410
x =2000 Offline Participants = 800
Total male Participants = 790+800 =1590

Incorrect

Answer – 2) 1590
Explanation:
In Village Q total population:
x = 790+40x/100+ 410
x =2000 Offline Participants = 800
Total male Participants = 790+800 =1590

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions.Q(4-8) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Participants + Offline Participants + Who didn’t participate

What is the average of total population in all five Villages together?

Directions.Q(4-8) Study the given table carefully and answer the following questions

Total Population = Online Participants + Offline Participants + Who didn’t participate

Approximately total number of people who didn’t participate in competition in all Villages together forms what percent of the total population in all villages together?

Correct

Answer – 1) 21%
Explanation:
Total population who didn’t participate in competition = 370+480+545+195+410 = 2000
Total population in all Villages = 9450
% = 2000/9450*100 = 21%

Incorrect

Answer – 1) 21%
Explanation:
Total population who didn’t participate in competition = 370+480+545+195+410 = 2000
Total population in all Villages = 9450
% = 2000/9450*100 = 21%

Question 9 of 10

9. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Vignesh sitting in a train of length 100 m, which is running with speed of 60 km/h passingthrough two bridges, notices that he crosses the first bridge and the second bridge in time intervals which are in the ratio of 9:4 respectively. If the length of first bridge be 360 m, then the length of second bridge is?

Correct

Answer – 1) 160 m
Explanation:
9/4 = 360/x
x =160

Incorrect

Answer – 1) 160 m
Explanation:
9/4 = 360/x
x =160

Question 10 of 10

10. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Sanjay bought 108 Eggs. While carrying she slipped the Eggs down. By this, some them were broken. What cannot be the ratio of broken and unbroken Eggs?

Correct

Answer – 2) 4:3
Explanation:
108 cannot be divided in the ratio of 4:3

Incorrect

Answer – 2) 4:3
Explanation:
108 cannot be divided in the ratio of 4:3

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