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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q (13) Data Sufficiency
AOnly statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question
BOnly statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question
CEither statement I or statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question
DBoth the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question
EBoth statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the questionIn a bank if 10 clerks take 6 hours to do a piece of work, then how long will 4 managers will take to do the same work?
Statement I: A manger’s efficiency is fivefourth of the efficiency of a clerk.
Statement II: 5 clerks and 5 managers together take 8 hours to do the work.Correct
Explanation:
From statement I:
1 manager= (5/4) clerk
4 managers = (5/4)*4 = 5 clerks
10 clerks take 6 hour to do the work
So, 4 managers= 12 hours to do the work
From statement II:
10 clerks can do the work in 6 hours
So, 5 clerks can do the work in 12 hr
The amount of work done by 5 manager in 1 hr = ((1/8) – (1/12)) = (1/24)
So, 5 managers can do the work in 24 hr.
Hence, option c.Incorrect
Explanation:
From statement I:
1 manager= (5/4) clerk
4 managers = (5/4)*4 = 5 clerks
10 clerks take 6 hour to do the work
So, 4 managers= 12 hours to do the work
From statement II:
10 clerks can do the work in 6 hours
So, 5 clerks can do the work in 12 hr
The amount of work done by 5 manager in 1 hr = ((1/8) – (1/12)) = (1/24)
So, 5 managers can do the work in 24 hr.
Hence, option c. 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q (13) Data Sufficiency
AOnly statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question
BOnly statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question
CEither statement I or statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question
DBoth the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question
EBoth statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the questionWhat was the marked price of the Power Bank purchased by Ravi?
Statement I: Ravi got 15% concession on the marked price.
Statement II: Ravi sold the Power Bank to Sunny for Rs. 2400 and earned 60% profit.Correct
Explanation:
From statement I:
Ravi got 10% concession on the marked price
From statement II:
Selling price of Power Bank = Rs. 2400
Let the cost price be x.
So, cost price, (160%)x = 2400
Thus, Cost price = Rs. 1500
Ravi cost price after 10% concession = 1500
So, marked price = (1500)/0.9 = Rs.1666.66
Hence, option d.Incorrect
Explanation:
From statement I:
Ravi got 10% concession on the marked price
From statement II:
Selling price of Power Bank = Rs. 2400
Let the cost price be x.
So, cost price, (160%)x = 2400
Thus, Cost price = Rs. 1500
Ravi cost price after 10% concession = 1500
So, marked price = (1500)/0.9 = Rs.1666.66
Hence, option d. 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q (13) Data Sufficiency
AOnly statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question
BOnly statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question
CEither statement I or statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question
DBoth the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question
EBoth statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the questionThe sum of present ages of A, P, J and K is 83 years. What is P’s present age?
Statement I: The average age of A, P and K is 36 yr.
Statement II: The average age of J and K is 37 yr.Correct
Explanation:
According to question,
Ages of A + P + J + K = 83 yr
P’s present age = ?
From statement I:
Ages of A + P + K = 35*3 = 108yr
Therefore
Present age of J = (108 – 83) = 25 yr
From statement II:
Ages of J + K = (42*2) = 74 yr
Present age of K = (74 – 25) = 49 yr.
From the data given in both statement, the present age of J, K and (A + P) can only be determined.
So, both the statement together, are not sufficient to answer the question.
Hence, option e.Incorrect
Explanation:
According to question,
Ages of A + P + J + K = 83 yr
P’s present age = ?
From statement I:
Ages of A + P + K = 35*3 = 108yr
Therefore
Present age of J = (108 – 83) = 25 yr
From statement II:
Ages of J + K = (42*2) = 74 yr
Present age of K = (74 – 25) = 49 yr.
From the data given in both statement, the present age of J, K and (A + P) can only be determined.
So, both the statement together, are not sufficient to answer the question.
Hence, option e. 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeFind the profit percentage obtained on selling an article.
I. Selling price of the article is Rs.200 more than the cost price.
II. If the article is sold at half of its original selling price, there is a loss of Rs.25.
III. If the selling price of the article is increased by Rs.50, the profit percentage increases.Correct
Explanation:
From I we get SP=CP+200
From II we get CP25=1/2SP
On using these two we can get profit percentage.Incorrect
Explanation:
From I we get SP=CP+200
From II we get CP25=1/2SP
On using these two we can get profit percentage. 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIs (x/2) + (y/11) an integer?
I. (x/11) + (y/2) is an integer.
II. x is an even 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=11 and y=2,hence 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=11 and y=2,hence it will not be an integer 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q (610) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given questions
Patanjali, a company that manufactures and sells medicines, started its operations at the beginning of 2000. The medicines which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2000, there were no medicines in the inventory at the beginning of 2000. Further, the number of medicines manufactured and the number of medicines sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of medicines manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of medicines in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200007:
In how many years were the number of medicines sold greater than the number of medicines manufactured?
Correct
Explanation:
In year 2001 and 2004 only
In 2000,manufactured units=24(‘000)
Number of inventory=11
Number of units sold=13
In 2001,manufactured=15
Number of inventory=8
Number of units sold=15+118=18Year Manufactured Sold Inventory 2000 24 13 11 2001 15 18 8 2002 26 19 15 2003 11 9 17 2004 8 16 9 2005 18 16 11 2006 25 21 15 2007 21 16 20 Incorrect
Explanation:
In year 2001 and 2004 only
In 2000,manufactured units=24(‘000)
Number of inventory=11
Number of units sold=13
In 2001,manufactured=15
Number of inventory=8
Number of units sold=15+118=18Year Manufactured Sold Inventory 2000 24 13 11 2001 15 18 8 2002 26 19 15 2003 11 9 17 2004 8 16 9 2005 18 16 11 2006 25 21 15 2007 21 16 20 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q (610) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given questions
Patanjali, a company that manufactures and sells medicines, started its operations at the beginning of 2000. The medicines which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2000, there were no medicines in the inventory at the beginning of 2000. Further, the number of medicines manufactured and the number of medicines sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of medicines manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of medicines in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200007:
What is the difference between units manufactured and sold in year 2002?
Correct
Explanation:
2600019000=7000Incorrect
Explanation:
2600019000=7000 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q (610) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given questions
Patanjali, a company that manufactures and sells medicines, started its operations at the beginning of 2000. The medicines which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2000, there were no medicines in the inventory at the beginning of 2000. Further, the number of medicines manufactured and the number of medicines sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of medicines manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of medicines in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200007:
What is the approximate total number of medicines sold by Patanjali Inc. from 2000 to 2007?
Correct
Explanation:
13+18+19+9+16+16+21+16=128Incorrect
Explanation:
13+18+19+9+16+16+21+16=128 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q (610) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given questions
Patanjali, a company that manufactures and sells medicines, started its operations at the beginning of 2000. The medicines which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2000, there were no medicines in the inventory at the beginning of 2000. Further, the number of medicines manufactured and the number of medicines sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of medicines manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of medicines in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200007:
In which year was the maximum number of medicines sold by Patanjali Inc.?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q (610) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given questions
Patanjali, a company that manufactures and sells medicines, started its operations at the beginning of 2000. The medicines which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2000, there were no medicines in the inventory at the beginning of 2000. Further, the number of medicines manufactured and the number of medicines sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of medicines manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of medicines in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200007:
What is the maximum difference between the number of medicines manufactured during any year and the number of medicines sold during that year (approximately)?
Correct
Explanation:
In 2000 the difference was 11000Incorrect
Explanation:
In 2000 the difference was 11000
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