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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
Shilpa, a school teacher, was making a stack of the answer sheets of students of a test. She intended to stack the answer sheets in the descending order of the marks scored by the respective students, such that the answer sheet at the top of the stack belonged to the student who scored the highest marks and the answer sheet at the bottom of the stack belonged to the student who scored the lowest marks. While stacking the answer sheets, for each answer sheet that she inserted in the stack, she noted down the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of that answer sheet. For example, for the first answer sheet, there will be no answer sheets on top. The second answer sheet can be below or above the first answer sheet (depending on the marks). If she places the second answer sheet below the first answer sheet (i.e., if the second answer sheet had less marks than the first answer sheet), Shilpa will note down the number of answer sheets on top of the second answer sheet as one. Similarly, the third answer sheet can have zero, one or two answer sheets on top of it in the stack.
The table below provides the order in which she stacked each answer sheet, the name of the student to whom the answer sheet belongs and the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of the answer sheet. Further, it is also known that no two students scored the same marks.Which student scored the sixth highest marks?
Correct
Explanation:
Let a, b, represent the answer sheets of A, B, C,.. respectively.
Since the order is given. we can start with the first answer sheet i.e.. a.
There will be no answer sheets on top of this(A) as it is the first one.
B’s answer sheet also has no answer sheets on top, Hence, B would have scored higher than A and a would have been al the bottom.
There is 1 answer sheet on top of C’s, Hence, c would have been below B but above A. The sequence of sheets in the stack will now be bca {from top to bottom)
D has two sheets on top. Hence, the sequence will now be bcda.
E has 0 sheets on top. Hence, e will be at the top. The sequence will now ebcda.
There are 5 sheets on the top of F. Hence,the sequence will be ebcdaf.
There is only one sheet on top of G. Hence,the sequence will be egbcdaf.
There are 2 sheets on top of h. Hence,the sequence will be eghbcdaf.
There are 5 sheets on top of I. Hence,the sequence will be eghbcidaf.
There are 4 sheets on top of J. The sequence will be eghbjcidaf.
There are no sheets on top of K. Hence,the sequence will be keghbjcidaf.
There are 4 sheets on top of L. Hence,the sequence will be keghLbjcidaf.
There are 9 sheets on top of m. Hence, the sequence will be keghLbjcimdaf.
There are 5 sheets on top of n.Hence, the sequence will be keghLnbjcimdaf.
There are 6 sheets on top of o. Hence,the sequence will be keghLnObjcimdaf.
There are 4 sheets on top of p. Hence, the final sequence will be keghPLnObjcimdaf.Incorrect
Explanation:
Let a, b, represent the answer sheets of A, B, C,.. respectively.
Since the order is given. we can start with the first answer sheet i.e.. a.
There will be no answer sheets on top of this(A) as it is the first one.
B’s answer sheet also has no answer sheets on top, Hence, B would have scored higher than A and a would have been al the bottom.
There is 1 answer sheet on top of C’s, Hence, c would have been below B but above A. The sequence of sheets in the stack will now be bca {from top to bottom)
D has two sheets on top. Hence, the sequence will now be bcda.
E has 0 sheets on top. Hence, e will be at the top. The sequence will now ebcda.
There are 5 sheets on the top of F. Hence,the sequence will be ebcdaf.
There is only one sheet on top of G. Hence,the sequence will be egbcdaf.
There are 2 sheets on top of h. Hence,the sequence will be eghbcdaf.
There are 5 sheets on top of I. Hence,the sequence will be eghbcidaf.
There are 4 sheets on top of J. The sequence will be eghbjcidaf.
There are no sheets on top of K. Hence,the sequence will be keghbjcidaf.
There are 4 sheets on top of L. Hence,the sequence will be keghLbjcidaf.
There are 9 sheets on top of m. Hence, the sequence will be keghLbjcimdaf.
There are 5 sheets on top of n.Hence, the sequence will be keghLnbjcimdaf.
There are 6 sheets on top of o. Hence,the sequence will be keghLnObjcimdaf.
There are 4 sheets on top of p. Hence, the final sequence will be keghPLnObjcimdaf. 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
Shilpa, a school teacher, was making a stack of the answer sheets of students of a test. She intended to stack the answer sheets in the descending order of the marks scored by the respective students, such that the answer sheet at the top of the stack belonged to the student who scored the highest marks and the answer sheet at the bottom of the stack belonged to the student who scored the lowest marks. While stacking the answer sheets, for each answer sheet that she inserted in the stack, she noted down the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of that answer sheet. For example, for the first answer sheet, there will be no answer sheets on top. The second answer sheet can be below or above the first answer sheet (depending on the marks). If she places the second answer sheet below the first answer sheet (i.e., if the second answer sheet had less marks than the first answer sheet), Shilpa will note down the number of answer sheets on top of the second answer sheet as one. Similarly, the third answer sheet can have zero, one or two answer sheets on top of it in the stack.
The table below provides the order in which she stacked each answer sheet, the name of the student to whom the answer sheet belongs and the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of the answer sheet. Further, it is also known that no two students scored the same marks.After Shilpa stacked the first ten answer sheets, the answer sheet which is forth from the bottom of the stack belonged to which student?
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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
Shilpa, a school teacher, was making a stack of the answer sheets of students of a test. She intended to stack the answer sheets in the descending order of the marks scored by the respective students, such that the answer sheet at the top of the stack belonged to the student who scored the highest marks and the answer sheet at the bottom of the stack belonged to the student who scored the lowest marks. While stacking the answer sheets, for each answer sheet that she inserted in the stack, she noted down the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of that answer sheet. For example, for the first answer sheet, there will be no answer sheets on top. The second answer sheet can be below or above the first answer sheet (depending on the marks). If she places the second answer sheet below the first answer sheet (i.e., if the second answer sheet had less marks than the first answer sheet), Shilpa will note down the number of answer sheets on top of the second answer sheet as one. Similarly, the third answer sheet can have zero, one or two answer sheets on top of it in the stack.
The table below provides the order in which she stacked each answer sheet, the name of the student to whom the answer sheet belongs and the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of the answer sheet. Further, it is also known that no two students scored the same marks.The answer sheet of which of the following students have been the fourth from the bottom of the stack at any point of time?
Correct
Explanation: Sheet of all the four will be at 4th from the bottom at one point of time
Incorrect
Explanation: Sheet of all the four will be at 4th from the bottom at one point of time

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
Shilpa, a school teacher, was making a stack of the answer sheets of students of a test. She intended to stack the answer sheets in the descending order of the marks scored by the respective students, such that the answer sheet at the top of the stack belonged to the student who scored the highest marks and the answer sheet at the bottom of the stack belonged to the student who scored the lowest marks. While stacking the answer sheets, for each answer sheet that she inserted in the stack, she noted down the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of that answer sheet. For example, for the first answer sheet, there will be no answer sheets on top. The second answer sheet can be below or above the first answer sheet (depending on the marks). If she places the second answer sheet below the first answer sheet (i.e., if the second answer sheet had less marks than the first answer sheet), Shilpa will note down the number of answer sheets on top of the second answer sheet as one. Similarly, the third answer sheet can have zero, one or two answer sheets on top of it in the stack.
The table below provides the order in which she stacked each answer sheet, the name of the student to whom the answer sheet belongs and the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of the answer sheet. Further, it is also known that no two students scored the same marks.The answer sheets of how many students were inserted into the sixth position from the bottom of the stack when they were inserted into the stack?
Correct
Explanation:
G,H,JIncorrect
Explanation:
G,H,J 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
Shilpa, a school teacher, was making a stack of the answer sheets of students of a test. She intended to stack the answer sheets in the descending order of the marks scored by the respective students, such that the answer sheet at the top of the stack belonged to the student who scored the highest marks and the answer sheet at the bottom of the stack belonged to the student who scored the lowest marks. While stacking the answer sheets, for each answer sheet that she inserted in the stack, she noted down the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of that answer sheet. For example, for the first answer sheet, there will be no answer sheets on top. The second answer sheet can be below or above the first answer sheet (depending on the marks). If she places the second answer sheet below the first answer sheet (i.e., if the second answer sheet had less marks than the first answer sheet), Shilpa will note down the number of answer sheets on top of the second answer sheet as one. Similarly, the third answer sheet can have zero, one or two answer sheets on top of it in the stack.
The table below provides the order in which she stacked each answer sheet, the name of the student to whom the answer sheet belongs and the number of answer sheets already in the stack that were on top of the answer sheet. Further, it is also known that no two students scored the same marks.How many questions did J answered incorrectly?
Correct
Explanation:
Question is irrelevant we can’t determine thatIncorrect
Explanation:
Question is irrelevant we can’t determine that 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(610) Data Sufficiency
What is the speed of the boat in still water?
I.The speed of the current is 9 km/hr.
II. The boat covers a distance of 54 km upstream in three hours.
III. The boat while traveling upstream took four times the time it took to cover the same distance as that on downstream.Correct
Explanation:
Let distance be d
Speed of boat=a
Speed of current =bFrom I
B=9
From II
54=3(ab)
ab=18
From III
D/ab=4d/a+b
3a=5b
So from any two we can get the value of a and bIncorrect
Explanation:
Let distance be d
Speed of boat=a
Speed of current =bFrom I
B=9
From II
54=3(ab)
ab=18
From III
D/ab=4d/a+b
3a=5b
So from any two we can get the value of a and b 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeHow many employees are there in the bank?
I.The difference between the number of male employees and the number of female employees in the bank is eighteen.
II.When three more female employees join the bank then the ratio of the number of male employees to the number of female employees would be 6 : 5.
III.When six more male employees join the bank then the percentage of number of male employees would increase by 25%Correct
Explanation:
Let total number of male employees=a
Total number of female employees=b
From I
Ab=18
From II
a/(b+3)=6/5
From III
A=24
Any two can be used be used to find out the answer.Incorrect
Explanation:
Let total number of male employees=a
Total number of female employees=b
From I
Ab=18
From II
a/(b+3)=6/5
From III
A=24
Any two can be used be used to find out the answer. 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat is the profit obtained by the shopkeeper on selling the book?
I. The ratio of the marked price to the cost price of the book is 6:5
II. The sum of the discount offered and the profit gained is Rs.300.
III. The discount percentage offered and the profit percentage gained is 10% each.Correct
Explanation:
Let 100m and 100c be the marked price and the cost price of book respectively
From StatementI: 100m/100c=6/5
m/c=6/5
5m=6c
From StatementII
Discount +profit=300
100m100c=300
mc=3
From Statement III:
Selling Price of book=90m=110c
90m=110c
9m=11c
Using (1) and (2) or (2) and (3), we can find m and c, but we can find the profit obtained after selling the book, through statement 3 only, from which we can find selling price followed by profit.Incorrect
Explanation:
Let 100m and 100c be the marked price and the cost price of book respectively
From StatementI: 100m/100c=6/5
m/c=6/5
5m=6c
From StatementII
Discount +profit=300
100m100c=300
mc=3
From Statement III:
Selling Price of book=90m=110c
90m=110c
9m=11c
Using (1) and (2) or (2) and (3), we can find m and c, but we can find the profit obtained after selling the book, through statement 3 only, from which we can find selling price followed by profit. 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn how many days can Shashi alone complete the work?
I. Shashi alone takes six days less than that Arnab alone takes to complete the work.
II. Arnab and Renuka together take 18 days to complete the work.
III. The ratio of efficiencies of Shashi and Arnab is 4 : 3.Correct
Explanation:
Let time taken by Shashi,Arnab,Renuka be a,b,c respectively
From I:
A=b6
From II:
1/B+1/C=1/18
FROM III:
1/a:1/b=4:3
B/a=4/3
From i and iii a can be foundIncorrect
Explanation:
Let time taken by Shashi,Arnab,Renuka be a,b,c respectively
From I:
A=b6
From II:
1/B+1/C=1/18
FROM III:
1/a:1/b=4:3
B/a=4/3
From i and iii a can be found 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat is the ratio of the area of a circle and a square?
I. The perimeter of the square is equal to that of the circle.
II. The circle is inscribed in the square.
III. The radius of the circle is equal to the side of a square.Correct
Explanation:
From each of the statement given below we can easily find the ratio of areas of both circle and square as the ratio of side of square and radius of circle is given in the data.From statement II we can say radius is half of side.Incorrect
Explanation:
From each of the statement given below we can easily find the ratio of areas of both circle and square as the ratio of side of square and radius of circle is given in the data.From statement II we can say radius is half of side.
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