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- Question 1 of 10
##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Q. (1-5) Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.**

**if the population in village P and R are in ratio of 2: 1 then, what is the ratio of inoperative Bank Account in Bank P and R.**CorrectAnswer :

**5. None of these**

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IncorrectAnswer :

**5. None of these**

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- Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Q. (1-5) Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.**

**If out of the total inoperative Bank account in village Q half account holder is female which is equal to 300, then find the total population of village Q?**CorrectAnswer :

**1. 10000**

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**1. 10000**

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- Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Q. (1-5) Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.**

**If the population of village R and S are in ratio of 1 : 2, then number of people in village R having Bank account is by what approximately percent less or more than that of village S?**CorrectAnswer : 5

**. 45.45%**

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IncorrectAnswer : 5

**. 45.45%**

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- Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Q. (1-5) Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.**

**if the ratio of population in village P, Q and R are in 1: 2: 3 then what percent of people in village P, Q and R taking together have a bank account?**CorrectAnswer :

**4. 57.5%**

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**4. 57.5%**

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- Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Q. (1-5) Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.**

**Percentage of inoperative Bank account in Village T is by what percent more than the percentage of operative Bank accounts in the same village:**CorrectAnswer :

**2. 50%**

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IncorrectAnswer :

**2. 50%**

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- Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (6-10)In a class test, total 250 students appeared. Out of that 16% students passed only in Subject P in which A: B is 3: 2. Again, 24% passed only in Subject Q paper in which A: B is 7: 5. Also, 30% students passed only in Subject R and A: B is 7: 8. Besides 8% students passed in Subject P and Subject Q but failed in Subject R and among them A: B is 2:3. Again, 6% students passed in all the three papers and among them A: B = 2: 3. Also, 9.6% students passed in Subject P and Subject R but failed in Subject Q and among them A: B is 3: 1. None of them failed in all the three subjects and the difference between the total number of student A and the total number of student B who appeared in the exam is 14.Answer the following questions based on the above information. (A: B is the ratio of the number of student A to the number of students B.)

**The number of student A who passed only in Subject Qis what percentage of the number of student B who passed either only in Subject R or only in Subject P?**CorrectAnswer :

**4. 62.50%**

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**4. 62.50%**

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- Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (6-10)In a class test, total 250 students appeared. Out of that 16% students passed only in Subject P in which A: B is 3: 2. Again, 24% passed only in Subject Q paper in which A: B is 7: 5. Also, 30% students passed only in Subject R and A: B is 7: 8. Besides 8% students passed in Subject P and Subject Q but failed in Subject R and among them A: B is 2:3. Again, 6% students passed in all the three papers and among them A: B = 2: 3. Also, 9.6% students passed in Subject P and Subject R but failed in Subject Q and among them A: B is 3: 1. None of them failed in all the three subjects and the difference between the total number of student A and the total number of student B who appeared in the exam is 14.Answer the following questions based on the above information. (A: B is the ratio of the number of student A to the number of students B.)

**The number of student B who passed in Subject P and Subject Qbut failed in Subject R is what percentage of the number of student B who passed in Subject Qand Subject R but failed in Subject P?**CorrectAnswer :

**2. 120%**IncorrectAnswer :

**2. 120%** - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (6-10)In a class test, total 250 students appeared. Out of that 16% students passed only in Subject P in which A: B is 3: 2. Again, 24% passed only in Subject Q paper in which A: B is 7: 5. Also, 30% students passed only in Subject R and A: B is 7: 8. Besides 8% students passed in Subject P and Subject Q but failed in Subject R and among them A: B is 2:3. Again, 6% students passed in all the three papers and among them A: B = 2: 3. Also, 9.6% students passed in Subject P and Subject R but failed in Subject Q and among them A: B is 3: 1. None of them failed in all the three subjects and the difference between the total number of student A and the total number of student B who appeared in the exam is 14.Answer the following questions based on the above information. (A: B is the ratio of the number of student A to the number of students B.)

**what is the total number of student A who passed exactly in two subjects?**CorrectAnswer :

**4. 32**IncorrectAnswer :

**4. 32** - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**How many student B are there who passed exactly in one subject?**CorrectAnswer :

**5. 81**IncorrectAnswer :

**5. 81** - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**What is the ratio of the number of student A to the number of student B who passed in Subject Qand Subject Rbut failed in Subject P?**CorrectAnswer :

**4. 3: 5**IncorrectAnswer :

**4. 3: 5**

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