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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (15) In the given table the number of males and the ratio of the number of children to the female who booked the tickets of the first show of different movies in PVR is given. The total number of tickets booked for the first show of that particular movie is shown in bracket beside the movie. (Each person has booked only one ticket of any one movie)
Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Find the difference between the total number of tickets booked by children and females?
Correct
Answer: 2. 2
Explanation:
Take (+) when females are more and () when children are more.
(11550)*3/13 + (10565)*2/8 + (11935)*(4/14) + (12840)*3/11 + (12055)*(3/13) + (7547)*(3/7)
= 15+10 + (24) + 24 + (15) + (12)
Difference = 2Incorrect
Answer: 2. 2
Explanation:
Take (+) when females are more and () when children are more.
(11550)*3/13 + (10565)*2/8 + (11935)*(4/14) + (12840)*3/11 + (12055)*(3/13) + (7547)*(3/7)
= 15+10 + (24) + 24 + (15) + (12)
Difference = 2 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (15) In the given table the number of males and the ratio of the number of children to the female who booked the tickets of the first show of different movies in PVR is given. The total number of tickets booked for the first show of that particular movie is shown in bracket beside the movie. (Each person has booked only one ticket of any one movie)
Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
If the price of a ticket of Spiderman for males and females is Rs. 250 per ticket and for children is Rs. 120 per ticket, then find the total money received by selling all tickets of Spiderman.
Correct
Answer: 3. Rs. 27840
Explanation:
Number of males and females who booked tickets of Spiderman = 128 – (12840)*4/11 = 128 – 88*(4/11) = 12832 = 96
Number of children who booked tickets of Spiderman = 12896 = 32
Amount Received for tickets = 96*250 + 32*120 = Rs. 27840Incorrect
Answer: 3. Rs. 27840
Explanation:
Number of males and females who booked tickets of Spiderman = 128 – (12840)*4/11 = 128 – 88*(4/11) = 12832 = 96
Number of children who booked tickets of Spiderman = 12896 = 32
Amount Received for tickets = 96*250 + 32*120 = Rs. 27840 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (15) In the given table the number of males and the ratio of the number of children to the female who booked the tickets of the first show of different movies in PVR is given. The total number of tickets booked for the first show of that particular movie is shown in bracket beside the movie. (Each person has booked only one ticket of any one movie)
Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Find the ratio of the total number of tickets booked by males to the total number of tickets booked by children and females?
Correct
Answer: 1. 146/185
Explanation:
Total number of tickets booked by males = 50+65+35+40+55+47 = 292
Total number of tickets booked by children and females = (11550)+(10565)+(11935)+(12840)+(12055)+(7547) = 370
Required ratio = 292/370 =146/185Incorrect
Answer: 1. 146/185
Explanation:
Total number of tickets booked by males = 50+65+35+40+55+47 = 292
Total number of tickets booked by children and females = (11550)+(10565)+(11935)+(12840)+(12055)+(7547) = 370
Required ratio = 292/370 =146/185 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (15) In the given table the number of males and the ratio of the number of children to the female who booked the tickets of the first show of different movies in PVR is given. The total number of tickets booked for the first show of that particular movie is shown in bracket beside the movie. (Each person has booked only one ticket of any one movie)
Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Find the total number of tickets of Batman, Superman and Antman booked by children?
Correct
Answer: 3. 109
Explanation:
Batman (120)
Number of tickets booked by children = (12055)*(8/13) = 40
Superman (119)
Number of tickets booked by children = (11935)*(9/14) = 54
Antman (105)
Number of tickets booked by children = (10565)*(3/8) = 15
The total number of tickets of Batman, Superman and Antman booked by children = 40+54+15 = 109Incorrect
Answer: 3. 109
Explanation:
Batman (120)
Number of tickets booked by children = (12055)*(8/13) = 40
Superman (119)
Number of tickets booked by children = (11935)*(9/14) = 54
Antman (105)
Number of tickets booked by children = (10565)*(3/8) = 15
The total number of tickets of Batman, Superman and Antman booked by children = 40+54+15 = 109 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (15) In the given table the number of males and the ratio of the number of children to the female who booked the tickets of the first show of different movies in PVR is given. The total number of tickets booked for the first show of that particular movie is shown in bracket beside the movie. (Each person has booked only one ticket of any one movie)
Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
If 25% of the females who booked the tickets of Maskman and Iron Man are married, then find the number of unmarried females who booked the tickets of Maskman and Iron Man?
Correct
Answer: 5. 36
Explanation:
Maskman(115)
Number of tickets booked by females = (11550)*(8/13) = 40
Iron Man (75)
Number of tickets booked by females = (7547)*(2/7) = 8
Total females who booked the tickets of Maskman and Iron Man = 40+8 = 48
Unmarried females who booked the tickets of Maskman and Iron man = 75% of 48 = 36Incorrect
Answer: 5. 36
Explanation:
Maskman(115)
Number of tickets booked by females = (11550)*(8/13) = 40
Iron Man (75)
Number of tickets booked by females = (7547)*(2/7) = 8
Total females who booked the tickets of Maskman and Iron Man = 40+8 = 48
Unmarried females who booked the tickets of Maskman and Iron man = 75% of 48 = 36 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (610) Two trains A and B both cover 960 km while going from city M to city N on each day. The time taken (in hours) by trains to go from city M to city N on a particular day is given in the chart. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
If the speed of train A on Saturday is 125% of the speed of train A on Wednesday and speed of train B on Saturday in 150% of the speed of train B on Thursday. Then the speed of train B is what percent of the speed of train A on Saturday?
Correct
Answer: 3. 90%
Explanation:
Speed of train A on Wednesday = 960/15 = 64km/h
Speed of train A on Saturday = 125% of 64 = 80km/h
Speed of train B on Thursday = 960/20 = 48km/h
Speed of train B on Saturday = 150% of 48 = 72km/h
Required percentage = (72/80)*100 = 90%Incorrect
Answer: 3. 90%
Explanation:
Speed of train A on Wednesday = 960/15 = 64km/h
Speed of train A on Saturday = 125% of 64 = 80km/h
Speed of train B on Thursday = 960/20 = 48km/h
Speed of train B on Saturday = 150% of 48 = 72km/h
Required percentage = (72/80)*100 = 90% 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (610) Two trains A and B both cover 960 km while going from city M to city N on each day. The time taken (in hours) by trains to go from city M to city N on a particular day is given in the chart. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
The sum of speeds of both the trains on Thursday is what percent of the sum of speeds of both the trains on Tuesday?
Correct
Answer: 3. 64%
Explanation:
Speed of train A on Tuesday = 960/ 8 =120km/h
Speed of train B on Tuesday = 960/12 = 80km/h
Sum of speeds = 120+80 = 200
Speed of train A on Thursday = 960/12 = 80km/h
Speed of train B on Thursday = 960/20 = 48km/h
Sum of speeds = 80+48 = 128
Required percentage = (128/200)*100 = 64%Incorrect
Answer: 3. 64%
Explanation:
Speed of train A on Tuesday = 960/ 8 =120km/h
Speed of train B on Tuesday = 960/12 = 80km/h
Sum of speeds = 120+80 = 200
Speed of train A on Thursday = 960/12 = 80km/h
Speed of train B on Thursday = 960/20 = 48km/h
Sum of speeds = 80+48 = 128
Required percentage = (128/200)*100 = 64% 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (610) Two trains A and B both cover 960 km while going from city M to city N on each day. The time taken (in hours) by trains to go from city M to city N on a particular day is given in the chart. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
If both the trains started from city M at the same time on Wednesday, then find the total distance travelled by both the trains when the faster train reached city N.
Correct
Answer: 3. 1600km
Explanation:
Distance travelled by faster train = 960km
Time taken by faster trains to reach city N = 10 hours
Distance travelled by slower train in 10 hours = (960/15)*10 = 640
Total distance travelled by both the trains = 960km+640km = 1600kmIncorrect
Answer: 3. 1600km
Explanation:
Distance travelled by faster train = 960km
Time taken by faster trains to reach city N = 10 hours
Distance travelled by slower train in 10 hours = (960/15)*10 = 640
Total distance travelled by both the trains = 960km+640km = 1600km 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (610) Two trains A and B both cover 960 km while going from city M to city N on each day. The time taken (in hours) by trains to go from city M to city N on a particular day is given in the chart. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Find the ratio of the average speed of train A on Tuesday to the average speed of train B on Friday.
Correct
Answer: 5. 3/8
Explanation:
Since, the distance covered is same on each day.
Ratio of the speed will be the inverse of the ratio of time taken.
Speed of Train A / Speed of train B =
Time taken by Train B on Friday / Time taken by train A on Tuesday = 3/8Incorrect
Answer: 5. 3/8
Explanation:
Since, the distance covered is same on each day.
Ratio of the speed will be the inverse of the ratio of time taken.
Speed of Train A / Speed of train B =
Time taken by Train B on Friday / Time taken by train A on Tuesday = 3/8 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections: (610) Two trains A and B both cover 960 km while going from city M to city N on each day. The time taken (in hours) by trains to go from city M to city N on a particular day is given in the chart. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
If train A starts from city M at 8 am and train B starts from city N at 9 am on Friday then the time at which both the trains will meet is approximately at around
Correct
Answer: 2. 10:18 am
Explanation:
Speed of train A on Friday = 960/4 = 240km/h
Speed of train B on Friday = 960/3 = 320km/hr
Distance travelled by train A from 8am till 9am on Friday = 960/4 = 240
Now, distance left at 9am = 960240 = 720
Relative speed of train A and train B while moving in same direction, 240+320= 560km/h
Time taken to meet = Distance left / relative speed = 720/560 = 1.2857 hours
Both the train will meet at 9+1.2857 = 10.2857= 10:18 (approx)Incorrect
Answer: 2. 10:18 am
Explanation:
Speed of train A on Friday = 960/4 = 240km/h
Speed of train B on Friday = 960/3 = 320km/hr
Distance travelled by train A from 8am till 9am on Friday = 960/4 = 240
Now, distance left at 9am = 960240 = 720
Relative speed of train A and train B while moving in same direction, 240+320= 560km/h
Time taken to meet = Distance left / relative speed = 720/560 = 1.2857 hours
Both the train will meet at 9+1.2857 = 10.2857= 10:18 (approx)
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