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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection – Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A survey was conducted on 50 persons regarding their hobbies. Each person had at least one hobby among Singing, Dancing and Gambling. No person had a hobby other than these three hobbies.
The further information is conveyed in the table:Exactly 3 hobbies 4 Exactly 2 hobbies 18 Exactly 1 hobby 28 Further, it is also known that
Atleast 18 people have Gambling as their hobby. At most 11 people have Dancing and Singing as their hobby.If the number of persons who have Singing and Dancing as their hobby is the same as the number of persons who have only Gambling as their hobby, what is the maximum number of persons who have Singing as their hobby?
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Explanation:
a+b+c=28
d+e+f=18
g=4
e+g+f+c>=18
therefore, e+f+c>=14(g=4)
d+g<=11
therefore
d<=7(g=4)
d+e+f=18
therefore
11<=e+f<=18(d<=7) According to Question D+g=c, d+4=c, d=c4 Therefore c>=4This sum (a+d+g+e) should be maximum singing as hobby
G is already given as 4
D+e+f=18(max value)
D+e=18(consider f as 0)
Now to maximize a
A+b+c=28
A=24(b=0,c=4)
Therefore a+d+e+g=24+18+4=46Incorrect
Explanation:
a+b+c=28
d+e+f=18
g=4
e+g+f+c>=18
therefore, e+f+c>=14(g=4)
d+g<=11
therefore
d<=7(g=4)
d+e+f=18
therefore
11<=e+f<=18(d<=7) According to Question D+g=c, d+4=c, d=c4 Therefore c>=4This sum (a+d+g+e) should be maximum singing as hobby
G is already given as 4
D+e+f=18(max value)
D+e=18(consider f as 0)
Now to maximize a
A+b+c=28
A=24(b=0,c=4)
Therefore a+d+e+g=24+18+4=46 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection – Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A survey was conducted on 50 persons regarding their hobbies. Each person had at least one hobby among Singing, Dancing and Gambling. No person had a hobby other than these three hobbies.
The further information is conveyed in the table:Exactly 3 hobbies 4 Exactly 2 hobbies 18 Exactly 1 hobby 28 Further, it is also known that
Atleast 18 people have Gambling as their hobby. At most 11 people have Dancing and Singing as their hobby.If the number of persons who have only Dancing as their hobby is the same as the number of persons who have exactly two hobbies, which of the following can be the number of persons who have only Singing as their hobby?
Correct
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Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection – Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A survey was conducted on 50 persons regarding their hobbies. Each person had at least one hobby among Singing, Dancing and Gambling. No person had a hobby other than these three hobbies.
The further information is conveyed in the table:Exactly 3 hobbies 4 Exactly 2 hobbies 18 Exactly 1 hobby 28 Further, it is also known that
Atleast 18 people have Gambling as their hobby. At most 11 people have Dancing and Singing as their hobby.If at least 14 people have Singing as their hobby, then the number of people who have Dancing as their hobby is at most
Correct
Explanation:
a+d+g+e>=14
a+d+e>=10
d can be max 7
a+e will be atleast 3.
E+c+f>=14
E=3 then f can be at least 7 as C can be at least 4
Therefore b max=24
Max people =b+d+f+g=24+7+7+4=42Incorrect
Explanation:
a+d+g+e>=14
a+d+e>=10
d can be max 7
a+e will be atleast 3.
E+c+f>=14
E=3 then f can be at least 7 as C can be at least 4
Therefore b max=24
Max people =b+d+f+g=24+7+7+4=42 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection – Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A survey was conducted on 50 persons regarding their hobbies. Each person had at least one hobby among Singing, Dancing and Gambling. No person had a hobby other than these three hobbies.
The further information is conveyed in the table:Exactly 3 hobbies 4 Exactly 2 hobbies 18 Exactly 1 hobby 28 Further, it is also known that
Atleast 18 people have Gambling as their hobby. At most 11 people have Dancing and Singing as their hobby.If at least 12 people have Singing as their hobby, then the number of people who have Dancing as their hobby is at most
Correct
Explanation:
a+d+g+e>=12
a+d+e>=8
d can be max 7
a+e will be atleast 1.
E+c+f>=14
E=1 then f can be at least 9
C can be at least 4
Therefore b max=24
Max people =b+d+f+g=24+7+9+4=44Incorrect
Explanation:
a+d+g+e>=12
a+d+e>=8
d can be max 7
a+e will be atleast 1.
E+c+f>=14
E=1 then f can be at least 9
C can be at least 4
Therefore b max=24
Max people =b+d+f+g=24+7+9+4=44 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection – Q (15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A survey was conducted on 50 persons regarding their hobbies. Each person had at least one hobby among Singing, Dancing and Gambling. No person had a hobby other than these three hobbies.
The further information is conveyed in the table:Exactly 3 hobbies 4 Exactly 2 hobbies 18 Exactly 1 hobby 28 Further, it is also known that
Atleast 18 people have Gambling as their hobby. At most 11 people have Dancing and Singing as their hobby.If at least 13 people have Singing as their hobby, then the number of people who have Dancing as their hobby is at most
Correct
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections:Q (610)In the following questions, some statements follow the question. Read the question carefully and determine which of the given statements is/are required to answer the questions:
What is the volume of the cylinder well?
I. Diameter of the base is equal to the height of the well.
II. Height of the well is y meters.
III. Area of the base is x square meters.Correct
Explanation:
Any two of the three are sufficient to answer the question.Incorrect
Explanation:
Any two of the three are sufficient to answer the question. 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat are the marks scored by Kiran in Geography?
I. Marks scored by Kiran in Civics are more than his marks in Hindi by 16.
II. Total marks scored by Kiran in Civics, Hindi and Geography are 206.
III. Marks scored by Kiran in Hindi are more than his marks in Geography by 10.Correct
Explanation:
All three are required to find answer.Incorrect
Explanation:
All three are required to find answer. 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat is the cost of flooring the rectangular hall?
I. Perimeter of the hall is 128 m and cost of flooring is Rs. 800 per sq m
II. Length and the breadth of the hall are in the ratio of 11:5
III. Length of the hall is 44 m and cost of flooring is Rs. 800 Per sq.m.Correct
Incorrect

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeHow many female employees are there in the bank?
I.The sum of the number of male employees and the number of female employees in the bank is 40 .
II.When 4 more female employees join the bank then the ratio of the number of male employees to the number of female employees would be 1 : 1
III.When eleven more male employees join the bank then the percentage of number of male employees would increase by 50%Correct
Explanation:
Let total number of male employees=a
Total number of female employees=b
From I
A+b=32
From II
a/(b+4)=5/4
From III
A=20
Any two can be used be used to find out the answer whereas in question all the three are mentioned hence none of these.Incorrect
Explanation:
Let total number of male employees=a
Total number of female employees=b
From I
A+b=32
From II
a/(b+4)=5/4
From III
A=20
Any two can be used be used to find out the answer whereas in question all the three are mentioned hence none of these. 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIs (x/3)+(y/13) an integer?
I. (x/13) + (y/3) is an integer.
II.x is an odd integer.
III. x and y are primes.Correct
Explanation:
From I many cases arises
From ii too also many cases are possible as nothing can be said about the value of y
From iii also we can’t say as in cases of any prime number it will not be integer
But from I and III we can say that for x=3 and y=13,it will not be an integerIncorrect
Explanation:
From I many cases arises
From ii too also many cases are possible as nothing can be said about the value of y
From iii also we can’t say as in cases of any prime number it will not be integer
But from I and III we can say that for x=3 and y=13,it will not be an integer
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