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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) The number of books and magazines stored in five different stationery shops is given in the bar chart. The percentage of books and magazines that remain unsold is given in the table. Read the charts carefully and answer the following questions.
The ratio of the number of books to magazines sold by shop A is 2:3. Find the number of unsold books by shop A.
Correct
Answer: 2) 20
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop A =20% of (100+150) = 20% of 250 = 50
Therefore, the number of (books + magazines) sold by shop A = 25050 = 200
Number of books sold = (2/2+3)*200
Number of books sold = (2/5)*200
Number of books sold = 80
The number of unsold books = total books – sold books = 10080 = 20Incorrect
Answer: 2) 20
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop A =20% of (100+150) = 20% of 250 = 50
Therefore, the number of (books + magazines) sold by shop A = 25050 = 200
Number of books sold = (2/2+3)*200
Number of books sold = (2/5)*200
Number of books sold = 80
The number of unsold books = total books – sold books = 10080 = 20 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) The number of books and magazines stored in five different stationery shops is given in the bar chart. The percentage of books and magazines that remain unsold is given in the table. Read the charts carefully and answer the following questions.
40 books were sold by shop B. Find the number of magazines sold.
Correct
Answer: 4) 80
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop B = 40% of (80+120) = 40% of 200 = 80
Total (books +magazines) sold = 20080 = 120
(Books + Magazines ) sold = 120
(40 + Magazines ) sold = 120
Magazines sold = 12040 = 80Incorrect
Answer: 4) 80
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop B = 40% of (80+120) = 40% of 200 = 80
Total (books +magazines) sold = 20080 = 120
(Books + Magazines ) sold = 120
(40 + Magazines ) sold = 120
Magazines sold = 12040 = 80 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) The number of books and magazines stored in five different stationery shops is given in the bar chart. The percentage of books and magazines that remain unsold is given in the table. Read the charts carefully and answer the following questions.
Find the ratio of (books + magazines) sold by shop C to (books + magazines) sold by shop D.
Correct
Answer: 5) 50:81
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop C = 50% of (120+180) = 50% of 300 = 150
Sold (books + magazines) by shop C = 300150 = 150
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop D = 10% of (150+120) = 10% of 270 = 27
Sold (books + magazines) by shop D = 27027 = 243
Required ratio = (150/243) = (50/81)Incorrect
Answer: 5) 50:81
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop C = 50% of (120+180) = 50% of 300 = 150
Sold (books + magazines) by shop C = 300150 = 150
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop D = 10% of (150+120) = 10% of 270 = 27
Sold (books + magazines) by shop D = 27027 = 243
Required ratio = (150/243) = (50/81) 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) The number of books and magazines stored in five different stationery shops is given in the bar chart. The percentage of books and magazines that remain unsold is given in the table. Read the charts carefully and answer the following questions.
The books sold by shop E were 40 more than the magazines sold. Find the number of books sold.
Correct
Answer: 5) 76
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop E = 60% of (180+100) = 60% of 280 = 168
Sold (books + magazines) by shop E = 280168 = 112
Sold (book – magazines) = 40
Sold (books +magazines) = 112 (equation 1 )
Sold (books – magazines) = 40 (equation 2)
Adding equation 1 and equation 2, we get
2*books = 152
Books sold = 152/2 = 76Incorrect
Answer: 5) 76
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop E = 60% of (180+100) = 60% of 280 = 168
Sold (books + magazines) by shop E = 280168 = 112
Sold (book – magazines) = 40
Sold (books +magazines) = 112 (equation 1 )
Sold (books – magazines) = 40 (equation 2)
Adding equation 1 and equation 2, we get
2*books = 152
Books sold = 152/2 = 76 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) The number of books and magazines stored in five different stationery shops is given in the bar chart. The percentage of books and magazines that remain unsold is given in the table. Read the charts carefully and answer the following questions.
Find the sum of sold (books + magazines) by shop A and unsold (books + magazines) by shop C.
Correct
Answer: 2) 350
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop A =20% of (100+150) = 20% of 250 = 50
Therefore, the number of (books + magazines) sold by shop A = 25050 = 200
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop C = 50% of (120+180) = 50% of 300 = 150
The sum of sold (books + magazines) by shop A and unsold (books + magazines) by shop C = 200+150 = 350Incorrect
Answer: 2) 350
Explanation:
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop A =20% of (100+150) = 20% of 250 = 50
Therefore, the number of (books + magazines) sold by shop A = 25050 = 200
Total unsold (books +magazines) by shop C = 50% of (120+180) = 50% of 300 = 150
The sum of sold (books + magazines) by shop A and unsold (books + magazines) by shop C = 200+150 = 350 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610) In a city three travelling channels i.e.; Auto rickshaw, bike, and car are used by Ola in August. There are 6 auto rickshaws, 8 cars, and 20 bikes.
For per ride profit made by each auto rickshaw is Rs. 40
For per ride profit made by each bike is Rs. 10
For per ride profit made by each car is Rs. 100
The ratio of the number of rides taken by bike to the number of rides taken by car is 6:1.
Total earning through profits in August is Rs. 18400
Profit earned by Auto rickshaw in August is Rs. 12000Note:
[1] Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw = (profit earned by Auto Rickshaw/per ride profit made by Auto rickshaw) (Same formula for car and bike)
[2]The average number of rides taken per Auto rickshaw = (Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw/total number of Auto rickshaw) (same formula for car and bike)Find the total number of rides taken by bikes?
Correct
Answer: 5) 240
Explanation:
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = Total profit – profit made by Auto rickshaws
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = 18400 – 12000 = 6400
Given, the ratio of number of rides taken by bikes to the number of rides taken by cars is 6:1.
Let the number of rides taken by bikes = 6x and the number of rides taken by cars = x
Profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x
Profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x
Total profit made by bikes and cars = 60x+100x = 160x
160x = 6400
x = 40
Therefore, the number of rides taken by bikes = 6x = 6*40 = 240Overall Explanation:
Profit earned by Auto rickshaws = 12000
Total rides taken by Auto rickshaws = 12000/40 = 300
Average number of rides taken per Auto rickshaws = 300/6 = 50
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = Total profit – profit made by Auto rickshaws
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = 18400 – 12000 = 6400
Given, the ratio of number of rides taken by bikes to the number of rides taken by cars is 6:1.
Let the number of rides taken by bikes = 6x and the number of rides taken by cars = x
Profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x
Profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x
Total profit made by bikes and cars = 60x+100x = 160x
160x = 6400
x = 40
Total profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x = 60*40 = 2400
Total profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x = 100*40 = 4000
The number of rides taken by bikes = 6x = 6*40 = 240
Average number of rides taken per bike = 240/20 = 12
And the number of rides taken by cars = x = 40
Average number of rides taken per car = 40/8 = 5Incorrect
Answer: 5) 240
Explanation:
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = Total profit – profit made by Auto rickshaws
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = 18400 – 12000 = 6400
Given, the ratio of number of rides taken by bikes to the number of rides taken by cars is 6:1.
Let the number of rides taken by bikes = 6x and the number of rides taken by cars = x
Profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x
Profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x
Total profit made by bikes and cars = 60x+100x = 160x
160x = 6400
x = 40
Therefore, the number of rides taken by bikes = 6x = 6*40 = 240Overall Explanation:
Profit earned by Auto rickshaws = 12000
Total rides taken by Auto rickshaws = 12000/40 = 300
Average number of rides taken per Auto rickshaws = 300/6 = 50
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = Total profit – profit made by Auto rickshaws
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = 18400 – 12000 = 6400
Given, the ratio of number of rides taken by bikes to the number of rides taken by cars is 6:1.
Let the number of rides taken by bikes = 6x and the number of rides taken by cars = x
Profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x
Profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x
Total profit made by bikes and cars = 60x+100x = 160x
160x = 6400
x = 40
Total profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x = 60*40 = 2400
Total profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x = 100*40 = 4000
The number of rides taken by bikes = 6x = 6*40 = 240
Average number of rides taken per bike = 240/20 = 12
And the number of rides taken by cars = x = 40
Average number of rides taken per car = 40/8 = 5 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610) In a city three travelling channels i.e.; Auto rickshaw, bike, and car are used by Ola in August. There are 6 auto rickshaws, 8 cars, and 20 bikes.
For per ride profit made by each auto rickshaw is Rs. 40
For per ride profit made by each bike is Rs. 10
For per ride profit made by each car is Rs. 100
The ratio of the number of rides taken by bike to the number of rides taken by car is 6:1.
Total earning through profits in August is Rs. 18400
Profit earned by Auto rickshaw in August is Rs. 12000Note:
[1] Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw = (profit earned by Auto Rickshaw/per ride profit made by Auto rickshaw) (Same formula for car and bike)
[2]The average number of rides taken per Auto rickshaw = (Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw/total number of Auto rickshaw) (same formula for car and bike)Find the average number of rides taken per auto rickshaw?
Correct
Answer: 2) 50
Explanation:
Profit earned by Auto rickshaws = 12000
Total rides taken by Auto rickshaws = 12000/40 = 300
Average number of rides taken per Auto rickshaws = 300/6 = 50Incorrect
Answer: 2) 50
Explanation:
Profit earned by Auto rickshaws = 12000
Total rides taken by Auto rickshaws = 12000/40 = 300
Average number of rides taken per Auto rickshaws = 300/6 = 50 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610) In a city three travelling channels i.e.; Auto rickshaw, bike, and car are used by Ola in August. There are 6 auto rickshaws, 8 cars, and 20 bikes.
For per ride profit made by each auto rickshaw is Rs. 40
For per ride profit made by each bike is Rs. 10
For per ride profit made by each car is Rs. 100
The ratio of the number of rides taken by bike to the number of rides taken by car is 6:1.
Total earning through profits in August is Rs. 18400
Profit earned by Auto rickshaw in August is Rs. 12000Note:
[1] Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw = (profit earned by Auto Rickshaw/per ride profit made by Auto rickshaw) (Same formula for car and bike)
[2]The average number of rides taken per Auto rickshaw = (Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw/total number of Auto rickshaw) (same formula for car and bike)Total profit made by bikes is what percent of the total profit made by cars?
Correct
Answer: 3) 60%
Explanation:
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = Total profit – profit made by Auto rickshaws
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = 18400 – 12000 = 6400
Given, the ratio of number of rides taken by bikes to the number of rides taken by cars is 6:1.
Let the number of rides taken by bikes = 6x and the number of rides taken by cars = x
Profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x
Profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x
Total profit made by bikes and cars = 60x+100x = 160x
160x = 6400
x = 40
Total profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x = 60*40 = 2400
Total profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x = 100*40 = 4000
Required percentage = (2400/4000)*100 = 60%Incorrect
Answer: 3) 60%
Explanation:
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = Total profit – profit made by Auto rickshaws
Total profit earned by bikes and cars = 18400 – 12000 = 6400
Given, the ratio of number of rides taken by bikes to the number of rides taken by cars is 6:1.
Let the number of rides taken by bikes = 6x and the number of rides taken by cars = x
Profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x
Profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x
Total profit made by bikes and cars = 60x+100x = 160x
160x = 6400
x = 40
Total profit made by bikes = 6x*10 = 60x = 60*40 = 2400
Total profit made by cars = x*100 = 100x = 100*40 = 4000
Required percentage = (2400/4000)*100 = 60% 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610) In a city three travelling channels i.e.; Auto rickshaw, bike, and car are used by Ola in August. There are 6 auto rickshaws, 8 cars, and 20 bikes.
For per ride profit made by each auto rickshaw is Rs. 40
For per ride profit made by each bike is Rs. 10
For per ride profit made by each car is Rs. 100
The ratio of the number of rides taken by bike to the number of rides taken by car is 6:1.
Total earning through profits in August is Rs. 18400
Profit earned by Auto rickshaw in August is Rs. 12000Note:
[1] Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw = (profit earned by Auto Rickshaw/per ride profit made by Auto rickshaw) (Same formula for car and bike)
[2]The average number of rides taken per Auto rickshaw = (Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw/total number of Auto rickshaw) (same formula for car and bike)Total number of rides taken by cars is what percent less than the total number of rides taken by auto rickshaws?
Correct
Answer: 1) 86.66%
Explanation:
Required percentage = {(30040)/300}*100 = (260/300)*100 = 86.66%Incorrect
Answer: 1) 86.66%
Explanation:
Required percentage = {(30040)/300}*100 = (260/300)*100 = 86.66% 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (610) In a city three travelling channels i.e.; Auto rickshaw, bike, and car are used by Ola in August. There are 6 auto rickshaws, 8 cars, and 20 bikes.
For per ride profit made by each auto rickshaw is Rs. 40
For per ride profit made by each bike is Rs. 10
For per ride profit made by each car is Rs. 100
The ratio of the number of rides taken by bike to the number of rides taken by car is 6:1.
Total earning through profits in August is Rs. 18400
Profit earned by Auto rickshaw in August is Rs. 12000Note:
[1] Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw = (profit earned by Auto Rickshaw/per ride profit made by Auto rickshaw) (Same formula for car and bike)
[2]The average number of rides taken per Auto rickshaw = (Total rides taken by Auto rickshaw/total number of Auto rickshaw) (same formula for car and bike)Find the ratio of average number of rides taken per bike to the average number of rides taken per auto rickshaw?
Correct
Answer: 3) 6:25
Explanation:
Required ratio = 12:50 = 6:25Incorrect
Answer: 3) 6:25
Explanation:
Required ratio = 12:50 = 6:25
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