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Question 1 of 10

1. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions (1-5): Each Question below is followed by two statements I and II. You have to determine whether the data given in the statement is sufficient for answering the question or not. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.

What is the monthly income of Mr.Ramesh?
I. Mr.Ramesh spends 85% of his income on various items and remaining amount is saved
II. Monthly savings of Ramesh are 4500
III. Out of the total money spent by Ramesh in a month, one-fifth is spent on food and remaining amount of Rs.20400 on other items.

Correct

Explanation :
Let the income of Ramesh = y
From I and II
15% of y = 4500 => y = 30000
From II and III
4/5th of expenditure = 20400 => Expenditure = Rs. 25500, Savings = Rs.4500
Income = 25500 + 4500 = 30000
From I and III
4/5 of 85% of x = 20400
x = 30000
Thus any two of the three statements, are sufficient to answer the question.

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Explanation :
Let the income of Ramesh = y
From I and II
15% of y = 4500 => y = 30000
From II and III
4/5th of expenditure = 20400 => Expenditure = Rs. 25500, Savings = Rs.4500
Income = 25500 + 4500 = 30000
From I and III
4/5 of 85% of x = 20400
x = 30000
Thus any two of the three statements, are sufficient to answer the question.

Question 2 of 10

2. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

What is the labelled price of an article?
I. The cost price of an article is Rs.500
II. The selling price after offering 5% discount on the labelled price is Rs.608
III. The profit earned would have been 28% if no discount had been offered

Correct

Explanation :
From II
x – labelled price
x * 95/100 = 608
x = 640
From I and III
CP = 500
Labelled Price = 500 * 128/100 = 640

Incorrect

Explanation :
From II
x – labelled price
x * 95/100 = 608
x = 640
From I and III
CP = 500
Labelled Price = 500 * 128/100 = 640

Question 3 of 10

3. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

How many students passed in first class?
Statements:
I. 90% of the students who appeared in examination have passed either in first class or in seconds class or in pass class.
II. 800 students have passed in second class.
III. The number of students passed in pass class is 40% of those passed in second class.

Correct

Explanation:
From Statement II and III we can find out the total number of second class and pass class students only. The statement I does not provide any information.

Incorrect

Explanation:
From Statement II and III we can find out the total number of second class and pass class students only. The statement I does not provide any information.

Question 4 of 10

4. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

What is the amount invested in PPF?
Statements:
I. The amounts invested in RD and PPF are in the ratio of 3:7 respectively.
II. Amount invested in RD is 30% of the total amount invested.
III. Amount invested in RD is Rs. 45,000/-

Correct

Explanation:
From Statement I: Amounts invested in RD and PPF are in the ratio = 3:7
From Statement II : RD/PPF = 30/70 = 3:7
From Statement III : x = 45,000

Incorrect

Explanation:
From Statement I: Amounts invested in RD and PPF are in the ratio = 3:7
From Statement II : RD/PPF = 30/70 = 3:7
From Statement III : x = 45,000

Question 5 of 10

5. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

What is the rate of interest per cent per annum?
I. An amount doubles itself in 10 years on Simple Interest.
II. Difference between the compound interest and the simple interest earned on a certain amount in two years is 400.
III. Simple Interest earned per annum is 4000.

Correct

Explanation:
From I,
R = SI * 100 / P * T
= 100/T
= 100/10 = 10%
From II and III,
R = 400 * 100 / 4000 * 1 = 10%

Incorrect

Explanation:
From I,
R = SI * 100 / P * T
= 100/T
= 100/10 = 10%
From II and III,
R = 400 * 100 / 4000 * 1 = 10%

Question 6 of 10

6. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Rooms in a Floor was occupied by a family they live in neither Bottom nor Top Floor. No of total rooms present in the floor in which they live is same as that of another floor. And also the number of double bedrooms in that floor is also equal to some another Floor. Since they occupied floor they were given a discount of 20% on Rooms.The amount paid by them was?

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Explanation:
Since they cannot live on floor no 1 or 5 .They might live in 2,3,4 .In Floor 3 & 4 No of Rooms is 40 each and in 4 & 5 No of Double Bed Rooms is 15 each. Therefore they stay In Floor no 4. In floor no 4 no of single Bed occupied is 5 and Double Bed is 3 from above table
(5*4/5*1000 + 3*1000)*80/100 = 5600

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Explanation:
Since they cannot live on floor no 1 or 5 .They might live in 2,3,4 .In Floor 3 & 4 No of Rooms is 40 each and in 4 & 5 No of Double Bed Rooms is 15 each. Therefore they stay In Floor no 4. In floor no 4 no of single Bed occupied is 5 and Double Bed is 3 from above table
(5*4/5*1000 + 3*1000)*80/100 = 5600

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Average Total earnings of floor 5 with respect to Area utilised in Rs/sq m?