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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information and table carefully to answer the given questions
Neil, Nitin and Mukesh participated in a darts game. In each round of the game, each player scores a certain number of points. The points scored by any player in any round is a multiple of 5. The player who first achieves a cumulative score of 200 points across all the rounds is declared the winner. The following table gives the average points scored per round (rounded off to two decimal points) by each player at the end of each round in the first 13 rounds:
Round Neil Nitin Mukesh Round1 10 5 10 Round2 12.5 10 7.5 Round3 13.33 13.33 10 Round4 15 16.25 13.75 Round5 16 16 15 Round6 17.5 14.17 16.67 Round7 15.71 14.29 17.86 Round8 14.38 14.38 16.88 Round9 14.44 13.89 17.22 Round10 15 15 17.5 Round11 15 15.45 16.82 Round12 15 15.42 15.42 Round13 15 14.23 15.38 Among the 13 rounds, in how many rounds was the cumulative score of Neil greater than that of Nitin but less than that of Mukesh?
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Explanation:
If cumulative score is less than average must also be also hence round 7,9 and 13.Incorrect
Explanation:
If cumulative score is less than average must also be also hence round 7,9 and 13. 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information and table carefully to answer the given questions
Neil, Nitin and Mukesh participated in a darts game. In each round of the game, each player scores a certain number of points. The points scored by any player in any round is a multiple of 5. The player who first achieves a cumulative score of 200 points across all the rounds is declared the winner. The following table gives the average points scored per round (rounded off to two decimal points) by each player at the end of each round in the first 13 rounds:
Round Neil Nitin Mukesh Round1 10 5 10 Round2 12.5 10 7.5 Round3 13.33 13.33 10 Round4 15 16.25 13.75 Round5 16 16 15 Round6 17.5 14.17 16.67 Round7 15.71 14.29 17.86 Round8 14.38 14.38 16.88 Round9 14.44 13.89 17.22 Round10 15 15 17.5 Round11 15 15.45 16.82 Round12 15 15.42 15.42 Round13 15 14.23 15.38 In which of the following round did Nitin score the maximum?
Correct
Explanation:
Score in round 2=5+2*5=15
Score in round 8=14.29+8*.09=15
Score in round 10=13.89+10*1.11=25
Score in round 11=15+11*.45=20Incorrect
Explanation:
Score in round 2=5+2*5=15
Score in round 8=14.29+8*.09=15
Score in round 10=13.89+10*1.11=25
Score in round 11=15+11*.45=20 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information and table carefully to answer the given questions
Neil, Nitin and Mukesh participated in a darts game. In each round of the game, each player scores a certain number of points. The points scored by any player in any round is a multiple of 5. The player who first achieves a cumulative score of 200 points across all the rounds is declared the winner. The following table gives the average points scored per round (rounded off to two decimal points) by each player at the end of each round in the first 13 rounds:
Round Neil Nitin Mukesh Round1 10 5 10 Round2 12.5 10 7.5 Round3 13.33 13.33 10 Round4 15 16.25 13.75 Round5 16 16 15 Round6 17.5 14.17 16.67 Round7 15.71 14.29 17.86 Round8 14.38 14.38 16.88 Round9 14.44 13.89 17.22 Round10 15 15 17.5 Round11 15 15.45 16.82 Round12 15 15.42 15.42 Round13 15 14.23 15.38 In how many of the total 13 rounds did Mukesh score atleast 20 points?
Correct
Explanation:
Average score was always less than 20 therefore the maximum number of rounds in which average increased can be the number of rounds in which he scored more than 20 points. In round3,4,5,6,7,9,10 i.e total 7 rounds but in round 3 avg increased from 7.5 to 10 only therefore points scored in round 3=15.Hence a total of 6 rounds.Incorrect
Explanation:
Average score was always less than 20 therefore the maximum number of rounds in which average increased can be the number of rounds in which he scored more than 20 points. In round3,4,5,6,7,9,10 i.e total 7 rounds but in round 3 avg increased from 7.5 to 10 only therefore points scored in round 3=15.Hence a total of 6 rounds. 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information and table carefully to answer the given questions
Neil, Nitin and Mukesh participated in a darts game. In each round of the game, each player scores a certain number of points. The points scored by any player in any round is a multiple of 5. The player who first achieves a cumulative score of 200 points across all the rounds is declared the winner. The following table gives the average points scored per round (rounded off to two decimal points) by each player at the end of each round in the first 13 rounds:
Round Neil Nitin Mukesh Round1 10 5 10 Round2 12.5 10 7.5 Round3 13.33 13.33 10 Round4 15 16.25 13.75 Round5 16 16 15 Round6 17.5 14.17 16.67 Round7 15.71 14.29 17.86 Round8 14.38 14.38 16.88 Round9 14.44 13.89 17.22 Round10 15 15 17.5 Round11 15 15.45 16.82 Round12 15 15.42 15.42 Round13 15 14.23 15.38 In which of the following rounds was the total number of points scored by all 3 together the maximum?
Correct
Explanation:
Round 3=30+3*0.66=50
Round 4=36.66+4*8.34=70
Round 5=45+5*2=55
Round 10=45.65+10*1.95=65Incorrect
Explanation:
Round 3=30+3*0.66=50
Round 4=36.66+4*8.34=70
Round 5=45+5*2=55
Round 10=45.65+10*1.95=65 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information and table carefully to answer the given questions
Neil, Nitin and Mukesh participated in a darts game. In each round of the game, each player scores a certain number of points. The points scored by any player in any round is a multiple of 5. The player who first achieves a cumulative score of 200 points across all the rounds is declared the winner. The following table gives the average points scored per round (rounded off to two decimal points) by each player at the end of each round in the first 13 rounds:
Round Neil Nitin Mukesh Round1 10 5 10 Round2 12.5 10 7.5 Round3 13.33 13.33 10 Round4 15 16.25 13.75 Round5 16 16 15 Round6 17.5 14.17 16.67 Round7 15.71 14.29 17.86 Round8 14.38 14.38 16.88 Round9 14.44 13.89 17.22 Round10 15 15 17.5 Round11 15 15.45 16.82 Round12 15 15.42 15.42 Round13 15 14.23 15.38 What is the score of Nitin in round 2?
Correct
Explanation:
Score in round 2=5+2*5=15Incorrect
Explanation:
Score in round 2=5+2*5=15 
Question 6 of 10
6. 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 7:5
II.The sum of the discount offered and the profit gained is Rs.350.
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=7/5
m/c=7/5
5m=7c
From StatementII
Discount +profit=350
100m100c=350
mc=3.5
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=7/5
m/c=7/5
5m=7c
From StatementII
Discount +profit=350
100m100c=350
mc=3.5
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 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat is the speed of the boat in still water?
I.The speed of the current is 9 km/hr.
I.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 =b
From 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 =b
From 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 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeHow many employees are there in the bank?
I.The difference of the number of male employees and the number of female employees in the bank is 8
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 5 : 4
III.When four more male employees join the bank then the percentage of number of male employees would increase by 20%Correct
Explanation:
Let total number of male employees=a
Total number of female employees=b
From I
Ab=8
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
Ab=8
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 9 of 10
9. 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 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn how many days can B alone complete a work?
I.A and B can complete the work in 25 days.
II.A, B and C can complete the work in 20 days.
III.C alone can complete the work in 100 days.Correct
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 determineIncorrect
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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