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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q1 5). The efficiencies of six workers i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F were calculated by using a formula which is represented by a line graph given below. The table given below shows the number of days they work in a month (all of them do different works). Few values are missing in the table.
For the same amount of work, B earns double the money than that of F. If the monthly salary of B is Rs 18000, what is the monthly salary of F?
Correct
Answer 3) Rs 6300
Explanation
Ratio of work done by B and F in a month = 12 × 25/(14 × 15) = 10:7
F will be paid Rs 9000 if he does the same amount of work as B.
Monthly salary of B = 9000/10 × 7 = Rs 6300Incorrect
Answer 3) Rs 6300
Explanation
Ratio of work done by B and F in a month = 12 × 25/(14 × 15) = 10:7
F will be paid Rs 9000 if he does the same amount of work as B.
Monthly salary of B = 9000/10 × 7 = Rs 6300 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q1 5). The efficiencies of six workers i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F were calculated by using a formula which is represented by a line graph given below. The table given below shows the number of days they work in a month (all of them do different works). Few values are missing in the table.
How many days will be taken by C to finish a work which is triple of the work he does in a month and for which he works with half of his original efficiency?
Correct
Answer 2) 108 days
Explanation
Let the number of days taken by him to complete this work are x. Then, according to question we have,
x × 9.5/3 = 19 × 18, x = 36 × 3 = 108 daysIncorrect
Answer 2) 108 days
Explanation
Let the number of days taken by him to complete this work are x. Then, according to question we have,
x × 9.5/3 = 19 × 18, x = 36 × 3 = 108 days 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q1 5). The efficiencies of six workers i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F were calculated by using a formula which is represented by a line graph given below. The table given below shows the number of days they work in a month (all of them do different works). Few values are missing in the table.
A works for x number of days in a month and D works for (x + 1) days. The monthly salary of A is Rs 31200 and that of D is Rs 10800. However, A is paid 1.6 times of the money paid to D for the same amount of work. What is the value of x?
Correct
Answer 1) 26
Explanation
Ratio of amount of work done by A to that of D = 31200/1.6/10800 = 65:36
We have,( 15 × x)/[8 × (x + 1)]= 65/36
We have, 108x = 104x + 104, 4x = 104, x = 26Incorrect
Answer 1) 26
Explanation
Ratio of amount of work done by A to that of D = 31200/1.6/10800 = 65:36
We have,( 15 × x)/[8 × (x + 1)]= 65/36
We have, 108x = 104x + 104, 4x = 104, x = 26 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q1 5). The efficiencies of six workers i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F were calculated by using a formula which is represented by a line graph given below. The table given below shows the number of days they work in a month (all of them do different works). Few values are missing in the table.
A, B and E together can do a piece of work in 240 days. The number of days will E take to do the same work alone are:
Correct
Answer 3) 564
Explanation
The efficiencies of A, B and E are in ratio 15:12:20. Therefore, the number of days taken by A, B and E will be in ratio 4:5:3
Let the number of days taken by A, B and E to complete this work are 4x, 5x and 3x respectively.
Then, 1/4x + 1/5x + 1/3x = 1/240
(15 + 12 + 20)/60x = 1/240
47/x = 1/4 , x = 188
3x = 564Incorrect
Answer 3) 564
Explanation
The efficiencies of A, B and E are in ratio 15:12:20. Therefore, the number of days taken by A, B and E will be in ratio 4:5:3
Let the number of days taken by A, B and E to complete this work are 4x, 5x and 3x respectively.
Then, 1/4x + 1/5x + 1/3x = 1/240
(15 + 12 + 20)/60x = 1/240
47/x = 1/4 , x = 188
3x = 564 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q1 5). The efficiencies of six workers i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F were calculated by using a formula which is represented by a line graph given below. The table given below shows the number of days they work in a month (all of them do different works). Few values are missing in the table.
Number of days taken by A to complete the same amount of work as done by E in a month are 24. The number of days for which E works in a month are how much percent less than that of B?
Correct
Answer 5) 28%
Explanation
Let the number of days for which E works in a month are x.
Efficiencies of A and E are 15 and 20. Then,
15 × 24 = 20 × x
We have, x = 18
Required percentage = (25 – 18)/25 × 100 = 7 × 4 = 28%Incorrect
Answer 5) 28%
Explanation
Let the number of days for which E works in a month are x.
Efficiencies of A and E are 15 and 20. Then,
15 × 24 = 20 × x
We have, x = 18
Required percentage = (25 – 18)/25 × 100 = 7 × 4 = 28% 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). There’re three teachers in a prestigious coaching institute i.e. Suresh, Kishore and Anand. They work for only 5 days. They take different number of classes on every day of the weak as shown by the following table. Few values are missing in the table. There’s another table which shows the amount of money they are paid for each class.
Amount of money paid to Suresh per month is:
Correct
Answer – 1
Explanation:
No of classes taken by Suresh in a week = 3+ 6 + 2 = 11
Amount paid per week = 3500 × 11 = Rs 38500Incorrect
Answer – 1
Explanation:
No of classes taken by Suresh in a week = 3+ 6 + 2 = 11
Amount paid per week = 3500 × 11 = Rs 38500 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). There’re three teachers in a prestigious coaching institute i.e. Suresh, Kishore and Anand. They work for only 5 days. They take different number of classes on every day of the weak as shown by the following table. Few values are missing in the table. There’s another table which shows the amount of money they are paid for each class.
Amount of money earned by Kishore on Thursday is approximately how much percent more than the money earned by Anand on the same day?
Correct
Answer 1) 152%
Explanation
Money earned by Kishore on Thursday = 3 × 4700 = Rs 14100
Money earned by Anand on Thursday = 2 × 2800 = Rs 5600
Required percentage = (14100 – 5600)/5600 × 100 = 8500/56 = 152% (approx.)Incorrect
Answer 1) 152%
Explanation
Money earned by Kishore on Thursday = 3 × 4700 = Rs 14100
Money earned by Anand on Thursday = 2 × 2800 = Rs 5600
Required percentage = (14100 – 5600)/5600 × 100 = 8500/56 = 152% (approx.) 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). There’re three teachers in a prestigious coaching institute i.e. Suresh, Kishore and Anand. They work for only 5 days. They take different number of classes on every day of the weak as shown by the following table. Few values are missing in the table. There’s another table which shows the amount of money they are paid for each class.
Number of classes taken by Anand on Friday are x and on Monday are (x + 1). If the amount of money paid to Anand for a week is Rs 39200. What is the value of x?
Correct
Answer 5) 3
Explanation
According to question, we have,
2800 × (7 + x + x + 1) = 39200
8 + 2x = 14
2x = 6, x = 3Incorrect
Answer 5) 3
Explanation
According to question, we have,
2800 × (7 + x + x + 1) = 39200
8 + 2x = 14
2x = 6, x = 3 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). There’re three teachers in a prestigious coaching institute i.e. Suresh, Kishore and Anand. They work for only 5 days. They take different number of classes on every day of the weak as shown by the following table. Few values are missing in the table. There’s another table which shows the amount of money they are paid for each class.
Amount of money paid to all the three teachers together on Wednesday is Rs 38000 and that on Tuesday is Rs 32200. The number of classes taken by Kishore in a week are how much more than that of Suresh?
Correct
Answer 2) 8
Explanation
Let the number of classes taken by Kishore on Wednesday are x and that on Tuesday are y. Then,
2 × 3500 + x × 4700 + 1 × 2800 = 38000
7000 + 4700x + 2800 = 38000
4700x = 28200, x = 6
Also, 6 × 3500 + y × 4700 + 4 × 2800 = 32200
4700y = 32200 – 21000 – 11200 = 0
Therefore, y = 0
Total number of classes taken by Kishore in a week = 5 + 0 + 6 + 3 + 5 = 19
Total number of classes taken by Suresh in a week = 3 + 6 + 2 + 0 + 0 = 11
Required difference = 19 – 11 = 8Incorrect
Answer 2) 8
Explanation
Let the number of classes taken by Kishore on Wednesday are x and that on Tuesday are y. Then,
2 × 3500 + x × 4700 + 1 × 2800 = 38000
7000 + 4700x + 2800 = 38000
4700x = 28200, x = 6
Also, 6 × 3500 + y × 4700 + 4 × 2800 = 32200
4700y = 32200 – 21000 – 11200 = 0
Therefore, y = 0
Total number of classes taken by Kishore in a week = 5 + 0 + 6 + 3 + 5 = 19
Total number of classes taken by Suresh in a week = 3 + 6 + 2 + 0 + 0 = 11
Required difference = 19 – 11 = 8 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). There’re three teachers in a prestigious coaching institute i.e. Suresh, Kishore and Anand. They work for only 5 days. They take different number of classes on every day of the weak as shown by the following table. Few values are missing in the table. There’s another table which shows the amount of money they are paid for each class.
The amount of money paid to Kishore on Friday is how much more than the amount of money paid to Suresh on Tuesday?
Correct
Answer 5) Rs 2500
Explanation
Required difference = 5 × 4700 – 6 × 3500 = 23500 – 21000 = Rs 2500Incorrect
Answer 5) Rs 2500
Explanation
Required difference = 5 × 4700 – 6 × 3500 = 23500 – 21000 = Rs 2500
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