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##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions: (1-5) The total number of people living in five towns (A, B, C, D, E) along with the percentage of females living in those towns are given in the table. The percentage of males who celebrated their birthdays in different quarters of the year from each town is given in the bar chart. (No female likes to celebrate her birthday).Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.**

**How many males from town A celebrated their birthdays in the first quarter?**Correct**Answer: 2. 96**

Explanation:

Number of males in town A = 40% of 1200 = 480

Males from town A who celebrated their birthdays in first quarter = 20% of 480 = 96Incorrect**Answer: 2. 96**

Explanation:

Number of males in town A = 40% of 1200 = 480

Males from town A who celebrated their birthdays in first quarter = 20% of 480 = 96 - Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions: (1-5) The total number of people living in five towns (A, B, C, D, E) along with the percentage of females living in those towns are given in the table. The percentage of males who celebrated their birthdays in different quarters of the year from each town is given in the bar chart. (No female likes to celebrate her birthday).Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.**

**Find the ratio of the number of males from town C who celebrated their birthday in the fourth quarter to the number of males from town B who celebrated their birthday in the second quarter?**Correct**Answer: 5. 27:56**

Explanation:

Number of males in town C = 45% of 900 = 405

Males from town C who celebrated their birthdays in fourth quarter = 20% of 405 = 81

Number of males in town B = 60% of 800 = 480

Males from town B who celebrated their birthdays in second quarter = 35% of 480 = 168

Required ratio = 81/168 = 27/56 = 27:56Incorrect**Answer: 5. 27:56**

Explanation:

Number of males in town C = 45% of 900 = 405

Males from town C who celebrated their birthdays in fourth quarter = 20% of 405 = 81

Number of males in town B = 60% of 800 = 480

Males from town B who celebrated their birthdays in second quarter = 35% of 480 = 168

Required ratio = 81/168 = 27/56 = 27:56 - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions: (1-5) The total number of people living in five towns (A, B, C, D, E) along with the percentage of females living in those towns are given in the table. The percentage of males who celebrated their birthdays in different quarters of the year from each town is given in the bar chart. (No female likes to celebrate her birthday).Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.**

**The number of males from town E who celebrated their birthdays in the first quarter is approximately what percent of the number of the male from town D who celebrated their birthdays in the fourth quarter?**Correct**Answer: 3. 73%**

Explanation:

Number of males in town E = 55% of 600 = 330

Males from town E who celebrated their birthdays in first quarter = 20% of 330 = 66

Number of males in town D = 30% of 1500 = 450

Males from town D who celebrated their birthdays in fourth quarter = 20% of 450 = 90

Required percentage = (66/90)*100 = (22/30)*100 = 73.33%Incorrect**Answer: 3. 73%**

Explanation:

Number of males in town E = 55% of 600 = 330

Males from town E who celebrated their birthdays in first quarter = 20% of 330 = 66

Number of males in town D = 30% of 1500 = 450

Males from town D who celebrated their birthdays in fourth quarter = 20% of 450 = 90

Required percentage = (66/90)*100 = (22/30)*100 = 73.33% - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**The total number of males from town B who celebrated their birthday in the second and third quarter is approximately what percent more or less than that of the total number of males from town C who celebrated their birthday in the first and fourth quarter?**Correct**Answer: 4. 78%**

Explanation:

Number of males in town B = 60% of 800 = 480

Number of males in town B who celebrated their birthdays in second and third quarter = 60% of 480 = 288

Number of males in town C = 45% of 900 = 405

Number of males in town C who celebrated their birthdays in first and fourth quarter = 40% of 405 = 162

Required percentage = {(288-162)/162}*100 = (126/162)*100 = 77.77%Incorrect**Answer: 4. 78%**

Explanation:

Number of males in town B = 60% of 800 = 480

Number of males in town B who celebrated their birthdays in second and third quarter = 60% of 480 = 288

Number of males in town C = 45% of 900 = 405

Number of males in town C who celebrated their birthdays in first and fourth quarter = 40% of 405 = 162

Required percentage = {(288-162)/162}*100 = (126/162)*100 = 77.77% - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**Find the difference between the total number of males in all five towns who celebrated their birthdays in the second and third quarter to the total number of males in all five towns who celebrated their birthdays in the first and fourth quarter?**Correct**Answer: 4. 429**

Explanation:

Number of males in town A = 40% of 1200 = 480

Number of males in town B = 60% of 800 = 480

Number of males in town C = 45% of 900 = 405

Number of males in town D = 30% of 1500 = 450

Number of males in town E = 55% of 600 = 330

Total number of males = 2145

Required difference = {(35+25) – (20+20)} % of 2145 = 20% of 2145 = 429Incorrect**Answer: 4. 429**

Explanation:

Number of males in town A = 40% of 1200 = 480

Number of males in town B = 60% of 800 = 480

Number of males in town C = 45% of 900 = 405

Number of males in town D = 30% of 1500 = 450

Number of males in town E = 55% of 600 = 330

Total number of males = 2145

Required difference = {(35+25) – (20+20)} % of 2145 = 20% of 2145 = 429 - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10)**On two days of the week, two colleges Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar organised workshop on, Saturday and Sunday. A total of 920 students visited Gyan Ganga on both days. A total of 285 students visited without entry ticket in both the college Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar.

Saturday: 75 of the students visiting Gyan Ganga are without entry ticket which is 35 less than the students who visited without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar. Total students visiting Gyan Ganga is 650 which is 30% more than the total students visiting Vidya Sagar.

Sunday: Students visiting without entry ticket in both the colleges is equal in numbers. No. of students entering without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar is 1/8 of the total no. of students visiting Vidya Sagar.**How many students visited Vidya Sagar on Saturday and Sunday?**Correct**Answer: 4. 900**

Explanation:

Total students visited on Saturday = 500

Total students visited on Sunday = 400

Total students = 500+400 = 900Overall Explanation:

Incorrect**Answer: 4. 900**

Explanation:

Total students visited on Saturday = 500

Total students visited on Sunday = 400

Total students = 500+400 = 900Overall Explanation:

- Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10)**On two days of the week, two colleges Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar organised workshop on, Saturday and Sunday. A total of 920 students visited Gyan Ganga on both days. A total of 285 students visited without entry ticket in both the college Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar.

Saturday: 75 of the students visiting Gyan Ganga are without entry ticket which is 35 less than the students who visited without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar. Total students visiting Gyan Ganga is 650 which is 30% more than the total students visiting Vidya Sagar.

Sunday: Students visiting without entry ticket in both the colleges is equal in numbers. No. of students entering without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar is 1/8 of the total no. of students visiting Vidya Sagar.**Total students visited without entry ticket on both the days in both the colleges is approximately what percent of total students who visited on both the day in both the colleges?**Correct**Answer: 3. 16%**

Explanation:

Total students visiting without entry ticket on both the days in both the colleges = 285

Total students visited in both the colleges on both the days = 650+500+ 270+ 400 = 1820

Required percentage = (285/1820)*100 = 15.7% (approx)Incorrect**Answer: 3. 16%**

Explanation:

Total students visiting without entry ticket on both the days in both the colleges = 285

Total students visited in both the colleges on both the days = 650+500+ 270+ 400 = 1820

Required percentage = (285/1820)*100 = 15.7% (approx) - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10)**On two days of the week, two colleges Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar organised workshop on, Saturday and Sunday. A total of 920 students visited Gyan Ganga on both days. A total of 285 students visited without entry ticket in both the college Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar.

Saturday: 75 of the students visiting Gyan Ganga are without entry ticket which is 35 less than the students who visited without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar. Total students visiting Gyan Ganga is 650 which is 30% more than the total students visiting Vidya Sagar.

Sunday: Students visiting without entry ticket in both the colleges is equal in numbers. No. of students entering without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar is 1/8 of the total no. of students visiting Vidya Sagar.**Find the ratio of total students who visited Gyan Ganga on Sunday to the total students who visited Vidya Sagar on Saturday?**Correct**Answer: 1. 27:50**

Explanation:

**Sunday: Gyan Ganga**

Total students visited = total students on both the days – students visited on Saturday

= 920-650 = 270

**Saturday: Vidya Sagar**

Total students visited = 630*(100/130) = 500

Required Ratio: 270/500 = 27/50 = 27:50Incorrect**Answer: 1. 27:50**

Explanation:

**Sunday: Gyan Ganga**

Total students visited = total students on both the days – students visited on Saturday

= 920-650 = 270

**Saturday: Vidya Sagar**

Total students visited = 630*(100/130) = 500

Required Ratio: 270/500 = 27/50 = 27:50 - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10)**On two days of the week, two colleges Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar organised workshop on, Saturday and Sunday. A total of 920 students visited Gyan Ganga on both days. A total of 285 students visited without entry ticket in both the college Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar.

Saturday: 75 of the students visiting Gyan Ganga are without entry ticket which is 35 less than the students who visited without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar. Total students visiting Gyan Ganga is 650 which is 30% more than the total students visiting Vidya Sagar.

Sunday: Students visiting without entry ticket in both the colleges is equal in numbers. No. of students entering without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar is 1/8 of the total no. of students visiting Vidya Sagar.**How many students visited without entry tickets in both the colleges on Sunday?**Correct**Answer: 4. 100**

Explanation:

Sunday: 50 + 50 = 100Incorrect**Answer: 4. 100**

Explanation:

Sunday: 50 + 50 = 100 - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (6-10)**On two days of the week, two colleges Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar organised workshop on, Saturday and Sunday. A total of 920 students visited Gyan Ganga on both days. A total of 285 students visited without entry ticket in both the college Gyan Ganga and Vidya Sagar.

Saturday: 75 of the students visiting Gyan Ganga are without entry ticket which is 35 less than the students who visited without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar. Total students visiting Gyan Ganga is 650 which is 30% more than the total students visiting Vidya Sagar.

Sunday: Students visiting without entry ticket in both the colleges is equal in numbers. No. of students entering without entry ticket in Vidya Sagar is 1/8 of the total no. of students visiting Vidya Sagar.**How many students visited with entry tickets in both the colleges on Sunday?**Correct**Answer: 5. 570**

Explanation:

Gyan Ganga: Total students visited with entry ticket = 270 – 50 = 220

Viday Sagar: Students visited with entry tickets = 400-50 = 350

Total = 220+350 = 570Incorrect**Answer: 5. 570**

Explanation:

Gyan Ganga: Total students visited with entry ticket = 270 – 50 = 220

Viday Sagar: Students visited with entry tickets = 400-50 = 350

Total = 220+350 = 570

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