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Question 1 of 10

1. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Direction:Q(1-5)

Kiran, a cricketer who is part of his college cricket team, participated in five tournaments, each of which comprised five matches. The following bar graph gives the runs scored by him in each match across the five tournaments:

What is the maximum total number of runs scored by Kiran in a single tournament?

Kiran, a cricketer who is part of his college cricket team, participated in five tournaments, each of which comprised five matches. The following bar graph gives the runs scored by him in each match across the five tournaments:

What is the average number of runs scored per match by Kiran across all the five tournaments combined?

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Explanation:
Total runs =719
Total match=25

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Explanation:
Total runs =719
Total match=25

Question 3 of 10

3. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Direction:Q(1-5)

Kiran, a cricketer who is part of his college cricket team, participated in five tournaments, each of which comprised five matches. The following bar graph gives the runs scored by him in each match across the five tournaments:

If Kiran’s team won only those tournaments in which the average runs scored per match by Kiran was greater than 26, how many of the five tournaments did Kiran’s team win?

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Question 4 of 10

4. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Direction:Q(1-5)

Kiran, a cricketer who is part of his college cricket team, participated in five tournaments, each of which comprised five matches. The following bar graph gives the runs scored by him in each match across the five tournaments:

The highest percentage increase in the total number of runs scored by Kiran in any tournament as compared to that in the previous tournament was in

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Explanation:
In 2 and 4,the runs have decreased now we will only consider 3 and 5
In 3=15/117
In 5=50/127

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Explanation:
In 2 and 4,the runs have decreased now we will only consider 3 and 5
In 3=15/117
In 5=50/127

Question 5 of 10

5. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Direction:Q(1-5)

Kiran, a cricketer who is part of his college cricket team, participated in five tournaments, each of which comprised five matches. The following bar graph gives the runs scored by him in each match across the five tournaments:

What is average of Kiran in tournament 3?

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Question 6 of 10

6. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Direction: Q(6-10) Data sufficiency

Find the profit percentage obtained on selling an article. I.Selling price of the article is Rs.100 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.

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Explanation:
From I we get SP=CP+100
From II we get CP-25=1/2SP
On using these two we can get profit percentage.

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Explanation:
From I we get SP=CP+100
From II we get CP-25=1/2SP
On using these two we can get profit percentage.

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Is (x/2) + (y/7) an integer? I. (x/7) + (y/2) is an integer. II.x is an even integer. III. x and y are primes.

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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=7 and y=2,it will not be an integer

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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=7 and y=2,it will not be an integer

Question 8 of 10

8. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

A man and a boy join a group of 10 people. What is the age of the man? I.The average age of the group of 10 people is 54 years. II.The average age of the group goes down by 4 years after the man and the boy join them. III.Man’s age is thrice the boy’s age.

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Explanation:
From I sum of all 10=10*54=540
From ii sum of all 12=12*50=600
Therefore m + b=60
From iii m=3b
From I,ii and III we get b=15,m=45

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Explanation:
From I sum of all 10=10*54=540
From ii sum of all 12=12*50=600
Therefore m + b=60
From iii m=3b
From I,ii and III we get b=15,m=45

Question 9 of 10

9. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

In how many days can A alone complete a work? I.A and B can complete the work in 20 days. II.A, B and C can complete the work in 10 days. III.C alone can complete the work in 20 days.

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Explanation:
From I and II also we get work done by C which is already given in iii therefore from all three also we can’t determine

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Explanation:
From I and II also we get work done by C which is already given in iii therefore from all three also we can’t determine

Question 10 of 10

10. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

What is the distance between the two cities P and Q? I.A person traveling at an average speed of 60km/hr took five hours to reach city R from city P through city Q. II.Two persons starting simultaneously from cities P and Q respectively with speeds in the ratio of 2 : 1 took three hours to cross each other. III.The ratio of distances between P and Q, and that between Q and R is 2:3

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Explanation:
Let distance between P to Q be D1 and Q to R be D2
From I D1+D2=300
From ii D1/(2v+v)=3
D1=9v
From iii D1/D2=3/2
From I and III D1=180
And D2=120

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Explanation:
Let distance between P to Q be D1 and Q to R be D2
From I D1+D2=300
From ii D1/(2v+v)=3
D1=9v
From iii D1/D2=3/2
From I and III D1=180
And D2=120