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Question 1 of 10

1. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q.(1-5) Refer to the following pie-charts and answer the given questions:The first pie-chart given below shows the break-up of amount budgeted by a government school for various expenditures in 2013. The second pie chart shows the break-up of funds utilized by the school in 2013.

If there is an increase of 10% on allocation of funds on U budgeted, then what percent are funds utilized by U to new allotted budget for U?

Correct

Answer : 4. 45.70%
Explanation-
Total amount budgeted for U = 23% * 57, 69,190 = 13, 26,913.7
10%increase takes place so value = 14, 59,605.07
Now percent = 19%∗35, 09,190/14, 59,605.07 ∗ 100 ≈ 45.7%

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Answer : 4. 45.70%
Explanation-
Total amount budgeted for U = 23% * 57, 69,190 = 13, 26,913.7
10%increase takes place so value = 14, 59,605.07
Now percent = 19%∗35, 09,190/14, 59,605.07 ∗ 100 ≈ 45.7%

Question 2 of 10

2. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q.(1-5) Refer to the following pie-charts and answer the given questions:The first pie-chart given below shows the break-up of amount budgeted by a government school for various expenditures in 2013. The second pie chart shows the break-up of funds utilized by the school in 2013.

70% of the total expenditure made on S was for Books, the amount budgeted for the same was 65% S. What is the approximate difference between the amount budgeted and the actual expenditure on S other than books?

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Answer : 1. 173963
Explanation-
Amount budgeted for S = 18%* 57, 69,190 ~10, 38,454, Amount budgeted for S other than books = 35% of 10, 38, 454~3, 63,459.
Total expenditure on S = 18% of 35, 09,190 = 6, 31,654.
Total expenditure on S other than Books = 30% * 6, 31,654 = 1, 89,496.
Required difference = 3, 63,459-1, 89,496 = 1, 73,963.

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Answer : 1. 173963
Explanation-
Amount budgeted for S = 18%* 57, 69,190 ~10, 38,454, Amount budgeted for S other than books = 35% of 10, 38, 454~3, 63,459.
Total expenditure on S = 18% of 35, 09,190 = 6, 31,654.
Total expenditure on S other than Books = 30% * 6, 31,654 = 1, 89,496.
Required difference = 3, 63,459-1, 89,496 = 1, 73,963.

Question 3 of 10

3. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q.(1-5) Refer to the following pie-charts and answer the given questions:The first pie-chart given below shows the break-up of amount budgeted by a government school for various expenditures in 2013. The second pie chart shows the break-up of funds utilized by the school in 2013.

In how many of the given areas the amount budgeted have been fully utilized?

Correct

Answer : 4. Zero
Explanation-
In the areas where the percentage of funds allocation is greater than or equal to percentage of funds utilization, there funds utilization is definitely more than funds utilization. Such areas are P, Q, R and U. For S, funds allocation = 12% of Rs. 57, 69,190~ Rs. 6, 92,300 Funds utilized = 14% * Rs. 35, 09,190~Rs. 4, 91,290 for T, funds allocation = 15% * Rs. 57, 69, 190~ Rs. 8, 65, 380 Funds utilized = 18% * Rs. 35, 09,190 = Rs. 6, 31, 650
Thus, for none of the areas the amount budgeted have been fully utilized.

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Answer : 4. Zero
Explanation-
In the areas where the percentage of funds allocation is greater than or equal to percentage of funds utilization, there funds utilization is definitely more than funds utilization. Such areas are P, Q, R and U. For S, funds allocation = 12% of Rs. 57, 69,190~ Rs. 6, 92,300 Funds utilized = 14% * Rs. 35, 09,190~Rs. 4, 91,290 for T, funds allocation = 15% * Rs. 57, 69, 190~ Rs. 8, 65, 380 Funds utilized = 18% * Rs. 35, 09,190 = Rs. 6, 31, 650
Thus, for none of the areas the amount budgeted have been fully utilized.

Question 4 of 10

4. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q.(1-5) Refer to the following pie-charts and answer the given questions:The first pie-chart given below shows the break-up of amount budgeted by a government school for various expenditures in 2013. The second pie chart shows the break-up of funds utilized by the school in 2013.

The total expenditure on T, S and U was closest to the total amount budgeted for?

Correct

Answer : 1. P and U
Explanation-
Expenditure on T, S and U = 55%* Rs. 35, 09,190 ~ Rs. 19, 30,000
Amount budgeted for U and P = 33% * Rs. 57, 69, 190 =~ Rs. 19, 40, 000. After making all combination this is closest to total expenditure on T, S and U.

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Answer : 1. P and U
Explanation-
Expenditure on T, S and U = 55%* Rs. 35, 09,190 ~ Rs. 19, 30,000
Amount budgeted for U and P = 33% * Rs. 57, 69, 190 =~ Rs. 19, 40, 000. After making all combination this is closest to total expenditure on T, S and U.

Question 5 of 10

5. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q.(1-5) Refer to the following pie-charts and answer the given questions:The first pie-chart given below shows the break-up of amount budgeted by a government school for various expenditures in 2013. The second pie chart shows the break-up of funds utilized by the school in 2013.

what is the approximate ratio of the amount budgeted for P and Q to the funds utilized by S, Tand U?

Correct

Answer : 1. 1: 1
Explanation-
Amount budgeted for P and Q = 32/100 * Rs. 57, 69,190 ~ 18, 46,141
Funds utilized by S, Tand U = 55/100* Rs. 3509190 ≈19, 89,687
Required ratio = 18, 46,141/1930054 ~ 1:1

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Answer : 1. 1: 1
Explanation-
Amount budgeted for P and Q = 32/100 * Rs. 57, 69,190 ~ 18, 46,141
Funds utilized by S, Tand U = 55/100* Rs. 3509190 ≈19, 89,687
Required ratio = 18, 46,141/1930054 ~ 1:1

Question 6 of 10

6. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q. (6-10) Among 400 cricket players, 45% played in GAME A and 6.25% played only in GAME A. Again, 57.5% players played in GAME B and 11.25% players played only in GAME B. Again, 72.5% players played in GAME C and 27.5% players played only in GAME C. Twenty per cent players played in all three GAME tournaments.

How many players are there who played in GAME A and GAME B but not in GAME C?

Correct

Answer : 1. 40
Explanation-

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Answer : 1. 40
Explanation-

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q. (6-10) Among 400 cricket players, 45% played in GAME A and 6.25% played only in GAME A. Again, 57.5% players played in GAME B and 11.25% players played only in GAME B. Again, 72.5% players played in GAME C and 27.5% players played only in GAME C. Twenty per cent players played in all three GAME tournaments.

What is the percentage of players who played in GAME B and GAME C but not in GAME A?

Q. (6-10) Among 400 cricket players, 45% played in GAME A and 6.25% played only in GAME A. Again, 57.5% players played in GAME B and 11.25% players played only in GAME B. Again, 72.5% players played in GAME C and 27.5% players played only in GAME C. Twenty per cent players played in all three GAME tournaments.

What is the percentage of the players who played in at least two GAMES tournaments?

Correct

Answer : 2. 55%
Explanation-
At least two Game= 40 + 35 + 65 + 80 = 220
Reqd % = 220/400 × 100 = 55%

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Answer : 2. 55%
Explanation-
At least two Game= 40 + 35 + 65 + 80 = 220
Reqd % = 220/400 × 100 = 55%

Question 9 of 10

9. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q. (6-10) Among 400 cricket players, 45% played in GAME A and 6.25% played only in GAME A. Again, 57.5% players played in GAME B and 11.25% players played only in GAME B. Again, 72.5% players played in GAME C and 27.5% players played only in GAME C. Twenty per cent players played in all three GAME tournaments.

The number of players who played only in either GAME A or GAME B is what percentage of the players Who played in all three GAMES?

Correct

Answer : 4. 87.50%
Explanation-
Only Game A= 25, Only Game B = 45
Total = 70
Reqd % =70/80 × 100 = 87.5%

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Answer : 4. 87.50%
Explanation-
Only Game A= 25, Only Game B = 45
Total = 70
Reqd % =70/80 × 100 = 87.5%

Question 10 of 10

10. Question

1 points

Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q. (6-10) Among 400 cricket players, 45% played in GAME A and 6.25% played only in GAME A. Again, 57.5% players played in GAME B and 11.25% players played only in GAME B. Again, 72.5% players played in GAME C and 27.5% players played only in GAME C. Twenty per cent players played in all three GAME tournaments.

The number of players who played in at most one GAME tournament is what percentage more/less Than the number of players who played in at least one GAME?

Correct

Answer : 5. 55%
Explanation-
At least on Game = 400
At most one Game = 25 + 45 + 110 = 180
Reqd% = 55%

Incorrect

Answer : 5. 55%
Explanation-
At least on Game = 400
At most one Game = 25 + 45 + 110 = 180
Reqd% = 55%

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