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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (15)Study the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow
From a class a total of 200 students appeared in an examination consisting three papers A, B and C. 56% of students passed in paper A, 63% passed in Band 56.5% passed in C. 11% students passed only in paper Aand B, 8% passed only in paper Aand C, and 22% students passed in all three papers.
No student failed in all three papers.How many students passed in paper Band Cbut failed in A?
Correct
Answer : 4. 25
Explanation
A = 56% of 200 = 112
B = 63% of 200 = 126
C = 56.5% of 200 = 113
A+ B = 11% of 200 = 22
A+ C = 8% of 200 = 16
A+ B+ C= 22% of 200 = 44
x + 22 + 16 + 44 = 112
Or, x = 112 – 82 = 30
22 + 44 + y + k = 126
Or, y + k = 60 … (1)
z + k + 16 + 44 = 113
Or, z + k = 53 … (2)
30 + 22 + y + 16 + 44 + k + z = 200
Or, y + z + k = 88 … (3)
From eqn (1), (2) and (3),
k = 25, y = 35, z = 28Incorrect
Answer : 4. 25
Explanation
A = 56% of 200 = 112
B = 63% of 200 = 126
C = 56.5% of 200 = 113
A+ B = 11% of 200 = 22
A+ C = 8% of 200 = 16
A+ B+ C= 22% of 200 = 44
x + 22 + 16 + 44 = 112
Or, x = 112 – 82 = 30
22 + 44 + y + k = 126
Or, y + k = 60 … (1)
z + k + 16 + 44 = 113
Or, z + k = 53 … (2)
30 + 22 + y + 16 + 44 + k + z = 200
Or, y + z + k = 88 … (3)
From eqn (1), (2) and (3),
k = 25, y = 35, z = 28 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (15)Study the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow
From a class a total of 200 students appeared in an examination consisting three papers A, B and C. 56% of students passed in paper A, 63% passed in Band 56.5% passed in C. 11% students passed only in paper Aand B, 8% passed only in paper Aand C, and 22% students passed in all three papers.
No student failed in all three papers.What is the ratio of the number of students who passed only in paper B to the number of students Who passed in C only?
Correct
Answer – 2. 5: 4
Explanation
Only B= 35 and only C = 28
Ratio = 5/4Incorrect
Answer – 2. 5: 4
Explanation
Only B= 35 and only C = 28
Ratio = 5/4 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (15)Study the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow
From a class a total of 200 students appeared in an examination consisting three papers A, B and C. 56% of students passed in paper A, 63% passed in Band 56.5% passed in C. 11% students passed only in paper Aand B, 8% passed only in paper Aand C, and 22% students passed in all three papers.
No student failed in all three papers.The number of students who passed in at most one paper is what percentage of the total number of students in the class?
Correct
Answer : 1. 46.5%
Explanation
At most one paper = 30 + 35 + 28 = 93
Reqd % = (93/200)×100=46.5%Incorrect
Answer : 1. 46.5%
Explanation
At most one paper = 30 + 35 + 28 = 93
Reqd % = (93/200)×100=46.5% 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (15)Study the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow
From a class a total of 200 students appeared in an examination consisting three papers A, B and C. 56% of students passed in paper A, 63% passed in Band 56.5% passed in C. 11% students passed only in paper Aand B, 8% passed only in paper Aand C, and 22% students passed in all three papers.
No student failed in all three papers.The number of students who passed in paper A only is what percentage of the number of students who passed in paper Aand Cbut failed in paper B?
Correct
Answer : 4. 187.5%
Explanation
Only A= 30 Only A+ C= 16
Reqd % =( 30/16)×100= 187.5%Incorrect
Answer : 4. 187.5%
Explanation
Only A= 30 Only A+ C= 16
Reqd % =( 30/16)×100= 187.5% 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (15)Study the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow
From a class a total of 200 students appeared in an examination consisting three papers A, B and C. 56% of students passed in paper A, 63% passed in Band 56.5% passed in C. 11% students passed only in paper Aand B, 8% passed only in paper Aand C, and 22% students passed in all three papers.
No student failed in all three papers.What is the difference between the number of students who passed in paper C and the number of students who passed only in paper C?
Correct
Answer : 3. 85
Explanation
C = 16 + 44 + 25 + 28
= 113
Only C= 28
Difference = 113 – 28 = 85Incorrect
Answer : 3. 85
Explanation
C = 16 + 44 + 25 + 28
= 113
Only C= 28
Difference = 113 – 28 = 85 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) A, B, C, D and E are five persons employed to complete a job X. Line graph shows the data regarding the time taken by these persons to complete the job X. Table 2 shows the actual time for which every one of them worked on the job X.
Note 1: All the persons worked on the job X for ‘whole number’ days.
Note 2: Two jobs Y and Z are similar to job X and require same effort as required by job X.
A and C worked on job Y working alternatively for 10 days. B and D then worked together for ‘x’ days. If 1/36 of the job was still remained, then find the value of ‘x’?Correct
Answer : 5. 1 day
Explanation
Incorrect
Answer : 5. 1 day
Explanation

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) A, B, C, D and E are five persons employed to complete a job X. Line graph shows the data regarding the time taken by these persons to complete the job X. Table 2 shows the actual time for which every one of them worked on the job X.
Note 1: All the persons worked on the job X for ‘whole number’ days.
Note 2: Two jobs Y and Z are similar to job X and require same effort as required by job X.
E worked on job ‘Z’ for 5 days and the remaining job was completed by A, B and D who worked on alternate days starting with A followed by B and D in that order. Find the no. of days B worked for?Correct
Answer : 4. 3
Explanation
Incorrect
Answer : 4. 3
Explanation

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) A, B, C, D and E are five persons employed to complete a job X. Line graph shows the data regarding the time taken by these persons to complete the job X. Table 2 shows the actual time for which every one of them worked on the job X.
Note 1: All the persons worked on the job X for ‘whole number’ days.
Note 2: Two jobs Y and Z are similar to job X and require same effort as required by job X.
If A, C and E worked on job Z for 2 days each and the remaining job was done by B and D. If the ratio of no. days for which B and D worked is in ratio 20: 21, then find the number of days for which B worked?Correct
Answer : 4. 4 days
Explanation
Incorrect
Answer : 4. 4 days
Explanation

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) A, B, C, D and E are five persons employed to complete a job X. Line graph shows the data regarding the time taken by these persons to complete the job X. Table 2 shows the actual time for which every one of them worked on the job X.
Note 1: All the persons worked on the job X for ‘whole number’ days.
Note 2: Two jobs Y and Z are similar to job X and require same effort as required by job X.
If the ratio of number of days for which B and D worked on job X 4: 3, then find the difference between number of days for which B and D worked?Correct
Answer : 3. 1
Explanation
Incorrect
Answer : 3. 1
Explanation

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) A, B, C, D and E are five persons employed to complete a job X. Line graph shows the data regarding the time taken by these persons to complete the job X. Table 2 shows the actual time for which every one of them worked on the job X.
Note 1: All the persons worked on the job X for ‘whole number’ days.
Note 2: Two jobs Y and Z are similar to job X and require same effort as required by job X.
If C worked on job Y with 5/4 times his given efficiency and was assisted by B every 3rd day, then find the time taken by C to complete the job Y?Correct
Answer : 4. None of these
Explanation
With new efficiency C will complete job in = 12 days
3 days of work C and 1 day of work of B = 1/3
Days required = 9 daysIncorrect
Answer : 4. None of these
Explanation
With new efficiency C will complete job in = 12 days
3 days of work C and 1 day of work of B = 1/3
Days required = 9 days
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