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Question 1 of 9

1. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Ramesh spends 60% of his monthly salary on various household expenses. The remaining monthly salary , he keeps in PPF and invest in Mutual Funds in the respective ratio of 2 :3. If the difference between the amount be keeps in PPF and that he invest in Mutual Funds is Rs 1600, what is Ramesh’s monthly salary?

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Answer – 4. 20000 Explanation:
Ramesh’s monthly salary = Rs X
Amount kept in PPF & In Mutual Funds = X * 40/100 * =2/5X
Amount kept in Mutual Funds = 2/5 X * 3/5= 6/25 X
Amount kept in PPF = 2/5 X * 2/5 = 4/25 X
6/25 X -4/25 X = 1600
X = Rs 20000

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Answer – 4. 20000 Explanation:
Ramesh’s monthly salary = Rs X
Amount kept in PPF & In Mutual Funds = X * 40/100 * =2/5X
Amount kept in Mutual Funds = 2/5 X * 3/5= 6/25 X
Amount kept in PPF = 2/5 X * 2/5 = 4/25 X
6/25 X -4/25 X = 1600
X = Rs 20000

Question 2 of 9

2. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Anu and Bala started a business. Bala invests an amount which is Rs 500 more than Anu. At the end of six months from the start of business, Anu and Bala double their respective investments. If the annual profit earned was Rs 5200 and Anu’s share from the annual profit was Rs 1600, what was Anu’s initial investment ?

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Answer – 1. 400 Explanation:
let Anu’s initial investment =Rs X
Bala’s initial investment = Rs (X + 500)
Bala’s profit = 5200-1600= 3600
X / (X+500)= (1600/3600)
X= 400

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Answer – 1. 400 Explanation:
let Anu’s initial investment =Rs X
Bala’s initial investment = Rs (X + 500)
Bala’s profit = 5200-1600= 3600
X / (X+500)= (1600/3600)
X= 400

Question 3 of 9

3. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

A Cistern has a capacity of 120 litre and has two inlets L and M. When both the inlets were opened simultaneously for 3 hours, they were able to fill 35 litres water in the Cistern. If inlet L alone can fill the empty Cistern completely in 24 hours, then how many hours will inlet M take to fill the empty Cistern completely?

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Answer – 3.18 Explanation :
Tank filled by L in 1 hour = 120/24=5 litres
Tank filled by (L+M) in 1 hour = 35/3 litres
Tank filled by M in 1 hour = 35/3-5 = 20/3 litres
∴ Time taken by M to fill the tank completely = 120 /(20/3) = 18 hours

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Answer – 3.18 Explanation :
Tank filled by L in 1 hour = 120/24=5 litres
Tank filled by (L+M) in 1 hour = 35/3 litres
Tank filled by M in 1 hour = 35/3-5 = 20/3 litres
∴ Time taken by M to fill the tank completely = 120 /(20/3) = 18 hours

Question 4 of 9

4. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

The respective ratio between Antony’s age two years ago and Balaji’s age eight years hence, is 1 :2. If Antony is eight years younger than Balaji, what is Balaji’s present age?

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Answer – 2. 28 Explanation :
Antony’s present age =X years
Balaji’s present age = (X+8) years
(X-2)/(X+8+8) = 1/2
X= 20 years
Balaji’s present age = X+8= 28 years

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Answer – 2. 28 Explanation :
Antony’s present age =X years
Balaji’s present age = (X+8) years
(X-2)/(X+8+8) = 1/2
X= 20 years
Balaji’s present age = X+8= 28 years

Question 5 of 9

5. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

If the SI on Rs 3200 for 2 years at the rate of Y% per annum is Rs 832 then what would be the SI on Rs 4400 for 3 years at the rate of (Y+3)% per annum?

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Answer – 5. None of these Explanation :
832 *100 = 3200 *2*Y
Y = 13 %
SI *100= 4400 * (13 + 3) * 3
SI= 2112

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Answer – 5. None of these Explanation :
832 *100 = 3200 *2*Y
Y = 13 %
SI *100= 4400 * (13 + 3) * 3
SI= 2112

Question 6 of 9

6. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

A shopkeeper bought a watch after getting a discount of 30% on the marked price. He sold the watch to a customer for Rs 4536 and earned a profit of 20% on his cost price. What was the initial marked price of the watch?

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Answer – 3. 5400 Explanation :
Cost price of Watch = 4536 x (100/120) = 4536 x (5/6) = 756 x 5 = 3780
Marked price = 3780 x (100/70) = 54 x100 = Rs.5400

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Answer – 3. 5400 Explanation :
Cost price of Watch = 4536 x (100/120) = 4536 x (5/6) = 756 x 5 = 3780
Marked price = 3780 x (100/70) = 54 x100 = Rs.5400

Question 7 of 9

7. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

The population of City L is 20% more than the population of City M. The population of City N is 40% more than the population of City L. If the difference between the population of City M and that of N is 1122, then what is the population of City L?

How much quantity of water must be added to a container which contains 35 litres of mango juice at a cost price of Rs.44 per litre so that the cost of mango juice reduces to Rs.40 per litre?

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Answer – 3. 3.5 litre Explanation:
Let x litres water be added in the mango juice,
Then (35 + x)40 = 44 x 35
Or, 1400 + 40x = 1540
x = 140/40 = 3.5

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Answer – 3. 3.5 litre Explanation:
Let x litres water be added in the mango juice,
Then (35 + x)40 = 44 x 35
Or, 1400 + 40x = 1540
x = 140/40 = 3.5