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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections Q.(15): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
The following table shows the investments and profits of three partners P, Q, R for the period 201517. Except for the year 2017, the amounts invested by each are for the same period. Some data are missing which need to be calculated using given information.
If the total profit in 2015 is Rs.7500, what is the profit earned by Q?
Correct
Answer – 1. Rs. 2250
Explanation:
Ratio of Profit = Ratio of investment(Time period same)
= 22000:18000:20000
= 11:9:10
30x = 7500; 9x = 2250Incorrect
Answer – 1. Rs. 2250
Explanation:
Ratio of Profit = Ratio of investment(Time period same)
= 22000:18000:20000
= 11:9:10
30x = 7500; 9x = 2250 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections Q.(15): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
The following table shows the investments and profits of three partners P, Q, R for the period 201517. Except for the year 2017, the amounts invested by each are for the same period. Some data are missing which need to be calculated using given information.
The investment made by R in the year 2013 is
Correct
Answer – 3. Rs. 26000
Explanation:
16000/x = 2400/3900
x = 26000Incorrect
Answer – 3. Rs. 26000
Explanation:
16000/x = 2400/3900
x = 26000 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections Q.(15): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
The following table shows the investments and profits of three partners P, Q, R for the period 201517. Except for the year 2017, the amounts invested by each are for the same period. Some data are missing which need to be calculated using given information.
In 2017, the total investment of P and Q together is Rs.28000. If P and Q invested their amounts for 12 months and 8 months respectively. then R’s investment was for how many months?
Correct
Answer – 3. 6
Explanation:
P * 12 : Q * 8 = 6300 : 5600
12P/8Q = 6300/5600 = 9/8
P/Q = ¾
P’s investment = 12000; Q’s investment = 16000
120000 * 12 : 32000 * x = 6300/8400
x = 6Incorrect
Answer – 3. 6
Explanation:
P * 12 : Q * 8 = 6300 : 5600
12P/8Q = 6300/5600 = 9/8
P/Q = ¾
P’s investment = 12000; Q’s investment = 16000
120000 * 12 : 32000 * x = 6300/8400
x = 6 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections Q.(15): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
The following table shows the investments and profits of three partners P, Q, R for the period 201517. Except for the year 2017, the amounts invested by each are for the same period. Some data are missing which need to be calculated using given information.
What is the ratio of profit earned by P in 2014 to that profit earned by all the partners in 2015?
Correct
Answer – 4. 16:5
Explanation:
x/11000 = 6000/4400
x=15000
24000:15000:11000 = 24 :15 :11
15x = 6000
24x = 9600
9600 : 6000: 44000 => 24 : 15 : 11
Profit earned by all the partners in 2015 = 22000 : 18000 : 20000 = 11 : 9 : 10
Required ratio = 96 : 30 => 16:5Incorrect
Answer – 4. 16:5
Explanation:
x/11000 = 6000/4400
x=15000
24000:15000:11000 = 24 :15 :11
15x = 6000
24x = 9600
9600 : 6000: 44000 => 24 : 15 : 11
Profit earned by all the partners in 2015 = 22000 : 18000 : 20000 = 11 : 9 : 10
Required ratio = 96 : 30 => 16:5 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections Q.(15): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
The following table shows the investments and profits of three partners P, Q, R for the period 201517. Except for the year 2017, the amounts invested by each are for the same period. Some data are missing which need to be calculated using given information.
If the profit earned by R is 25% of his investment in 2016, then what is the ratio of total investment in 2015 to 2016?
Correct
Answer – 4. 5:4
Explanation:
Total investment in 2015 = 22000 + 18000 + 20000
3500 = X * 25/100
X = 14000
Profit Ratio = 4000:4500:3500 = 8:9:7
7x = 14000; 24x = 48000
60000:48000 => 5:4Incorrect
Answer – 4. 5:4
Explanation:
Total investment in 2015 = 22000 + 18000 + 20000
3500 = X * 25/100
X = 14000
Profit Ratio = 4000:4500:3500 = 8:9:7
7x = 14000; 24x = 48000
60000:48000 => 5:4 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeArun, Bala, Catherine are three partners. They all together invested Rs 140000 in a business for a year. At the end of year Arun, Bala and Catherine got Rs 3375, Rs 1125 and Rs 6750 Profit respectively.
Quantity I: The sum of the investments of Arun & Bala
Quantity II: The difference between the investments of Arun & CatherineCorrect
Answer – 1. Quantity I > Quantity II
Explanation:
3375:1125:6750
Ratio : 3:1:6
Arun’s Investment = 42000
Bala’s Investment = 16000
Catherine’s Investment = 84000
From I
Investment of Arun & Bala =42000 + 16000 = 58000
From II
Difference of Investment of Arun & Catherine =8400042000=42000
Hence Quantity I > Quantity IIIncorrect
Answer – 1. Quantity I > Quantity II
Explanation:
3375:1125:6750
Ratio : 3:1:6
Arun’s Investment = 42000
Bala’s Investment = 16000
Catherine’s Investment = 84000
From I
Investment of Arun & Bala =42000 + 16000 = 58000
From II
Difference of Investment of Arun & Catherine =8400042000=42000
Hence Quantity I > Quantity II 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeFive years ago, Ajay’s age was three times that of Bharat. Ten years ago, Ajay’s age was half that of Chand. Chand’s present age is 36 years.
Quantity I: Bharat’s current age
Quantity II: Difference between Chand’s age and Ajay’s ageCorrect
Answer – 2. Quantity I < Quantity II
Explanation:
I. Ajay’s present age = (3610)/2 + 10 = 23
Bharat’s present age = (235)/3 + 5 = 11
Difference between Chand’s age & Ajay’s age =3623=13
Hence Quantity I < Quantity IIIncorrect
Answer – 2. Quantity I < Quantity II
Explanation:
I. Ajay’s present age = (3610)/2 + 10 = 23
Bharat’s present age = (235)/3 + 5 = 11
Difference between Chand’s age & Ajay’s age =3623=13
Hence Quantity I < Quantity II 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThere are 5 Pink balloons, 4 Purple balloons and 3 Brown balloons in a basket. Four balloons are chosen at random.
Quantity I: The probability of being 2 Pink and 2 Purple balloon
Quantity II: The probability of being 2 Pink, 1 Purple & 1 Brown.
Correct
eAnswer – 2. Quantity I < Quantity II Explanation:
I. (5c2 * 4c2)/12c4 = 60/495=4/33
II. (5c2 * 4c1 *3c1)/12c4 =120/95=8/33
Hence Quantity I < Quantity IIIncorrect
eAnswer – 2. Quantity I < Quantity II Explanation:
I. (5c2 * 4c2)/12c4 = 60/495=4/33
II. (5c2 * 4c1 *3c1)/12c4 =120/95=8/33
Hence Quantity I < Quantity II 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQuantity I: If a Seller gives 4% discount on the marked price and 1 book free with every 15 books bought and still gains 35%. Cost price of the book is Rs 100. Marked Price of book is?
Quantity II: Even after reducing the marked price of a Magazine by Rs 32, a seller makes a profit of 15%.The cost price of a Magazine is Rs 320. Profit made on selling the Magazine at Marked Price is?Correct
Answer – 1. Quantity I > Quantity II
Explanation:
I. MP * 96/100 * 15/16=135/100CP MP=1.5CP MP=1.5 *100=150
II. MP32=115/100 *320=368 MP=400 Profit made on selling at MP=400320=80 Hence Quantity I > Quantity IIIncorrect
Answer – 1. Quantity I > Quantity II
Explanation:
I. MP * 96/100 * 15/16=135/100CP MP=1.5CP MP=1.5 *100=150
II. MP32=115/100 *320=368 MP=400 Profit made on selling at MP=400320=80 Hence Quantity I > Quantity II 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe perimeter of a square is equal to twice the perimeter of a rectangle of length 11m and breadth is 10m
Quantity I: The circumference of a semicircle whose diameter is equal to the side of the square.
Quantity II: The circumference of another semicircle (Radius – 14m) – 18mCorrect
Answer – 5. Quantity I = Quantity II or No relation can be established
Explanation:
I. Perimeter of rectangle = 2(10+11)=42 so perimeter of a square is 84
Hence side of square =21
Circumference of semicircle = 22/7 * 21/2 + 2 * 21/2= 54 cm
II. 22/7 *14 +2*14= 72 cm
72 – 18 = 54
Quantity I = Quantity IIIncorrect
Answer – 5. Quantity I = Quantity II or No relation can be established
Explanation:
I. Perimeter of rectangle = 2(10+11)=42 so perimeter of a square is 84
Hence side of square =21
Circumference of semicircle = 22/7 * 21/2 + 2 * 21/2= 54 cm
II. 22/7 *14 +2*14= 72 cm
72 – 18 = 54
Quantity I = Quantity II
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