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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). In an organization, there’re six departments i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F. There are total 3800 employees in the organization and different number of employees work in each department as shown by the pie chart in percentage. Ratio of number of male to female in each department is shown by the table. Few values are missing in the table.
Number of females in department B are how much more than the number of males in department F?
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Answer3) 12
Explanation
Number of females in department B = 6/13 × 13% of 3800 = 228
Number of males in department F = 27/76 × 16% of 3800 = 216
Required difference = 228 – 216 = 12Incorrect
Answer3) 12
Explanation
Number of females in department B = 6/13 × 13% of 3800 = 228
Number of males in department F = 27/76 × 16% of 3800 = 216
Required difference = 228 – 216 = 12 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). In an organization, there’re six departments i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F. There are total 3800 employees in the organization and different number of employees work in each department as shown by the pie chart in percentage. Ratio of number of male to female in each department is shown by the table. Few values are missing in the table.
Number of females working in department D are 399 less than the number of males working in department E. Number of males working in the department D are how much more than the number of females in the same department?
Correct
Answer 1) 38
Explanation
Number of males working in department E = 5/7 × 21% of 3800 = 570
Number of females working in department D = 570 – 399 = 171
Total number of employees in department D = 10% of 3800 = 380
Number of males = 380 – 171 = 209
Required difference = 209 – 171 = 38Incorrect
Answer 1) 38
Explanation
Number of males working in department E = 5/7 × 21% of 3800 = 570
Number of females working in department D = 570 – 399 = 171
Total number of employees in department D = 10% of 3800 = 380
Number of males = 380 – 171 = 209
Required difference = 209 – 171 = 38 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). In an organization, there’re six departments i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F. There are total 3800 employees in the organization and different number of employees work in each department as shown by the pie chart in percentage. Ratio of number of male to female in each department is shown by the table. Few values are missing in the table.
In department A, the number of males are increased by 4% and number of females are increased by 49 due to which the total number of employees in department A become 904. Originally how many male employees were there in department A?
Correct
Answer 5) 475
Explanation
Let the original number of males and females in department A are x and y respectively.
Original number of employees in department A = 22% of 3800 = 836
Therefore, x + y = 836
Also, 1.04x + y + 49 = 904 or 1.04x + y = 855
By solving both the equations, we have,
x = 475, y = 361Incorrect
Answer 5) 475
Explanation
Let the original number of males and females in department A are x and y respectively.
Original number of employees in department A = 22% of 3800 = 836
Therefore, x + y = 836
Also, 1.04x + y + 49 = 904 or 1.04x + y = 855
By solving both the equations, we have,
x = 475, y = 361 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). In an organization, there’re six departments i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F. There are total 3800 employees in the organization and different number of employees work in each department as shown by the pie chart in percentage. Ratio of number of male to female in each department is shown by the table. Few values are missing in the table.
Salary of each male employee in department B is Rs 55000 and that of each female employee is Rs 48000. Amount of salary paid to all the female employees together in department B is approximately how much percent less than the amount of salary paid to all the male employees together in the same department?
Correct
Answer 2) 25%
Explanation
Total number of employees in department B = 13% of 3800 = 494
Number of male employees = 494/13 × 7 = 266
Number of female employees = 494/13 × 6 = 228
Amount of salary paid to male employees together = 55000 × 266 = Rs 14630000
Amount of salary paid to female employees together = 48000 × 228 = Rs 10944000
Required percentage = (14630000 – 10944000)/14630000 × 100 = 25% (approx.)Incorrect
Answer 2) 25%
Explanation
Total number of employees in department B = 13% of 3800 = 494
Number of male employees = 494/13 × 7 = 266
Number of female employees = 494/13 × 6 = 228
Amount of salary paid to male employees together = 55000 × 266 = Rs 14630000
Amount of salary paid to female employees together = 48000 × 228 = Rs 10944000
Required percentage = (14630000 – 10944000)/14630000 × 100 = 25% (approx.) 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). In an organization, there’re six departments i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F. There are total 3800 employees in the organization and different number of employees work in each department as shown by the pie chart in percentage. Ratio of number of male to female in each department is shown by the table. Few values are missing in the table.
Number of female employees in department C are 12 more than that of male employees. Total number of female employees in department C are:
Correct
Answer 5) 348
Explanation
Total number of employees in department C = 18% of 3800 = 684
Let the number of male employees and female employees are x and y respectively in department C.
According to question,
x + y = 684
y – x = 12
by solving both equations, we have,
x = 336, y = 348Incorrect
Answer 5) 348
Explanation
Total number of employees in department C = 18% of 3800 = 684
Let the number of male employees and female employees are x and y respectively in department C.
According to question,
x + y = 684
y – x = 12
by solving both equations, we have,
x = 336, y = 348 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsDirections (Q610). In a city, the data was gathered about the students of class 8th, 9th and 10th of all the schools together. The line graph below shows the percentage of students who have failed in these classes from year 2014 to 2018.
In class 8th in 2015, the number of students who failed are 180 which is equal to 12% of the total number of students in class 9th in 2014. The number of students who failed in class 9th in 2014 are how much less than the number of students who passed in class 8th in 2015?
Correct
Answer 2) 310
Explanation
Total number of students in class 8th in 2015 = 180/18 × 100 = 1000
Number of students who passed = 82% of 1000 = 820
Total number of students in class 9th in 2014 = 180/12 × 100 = 1500
Number of students who failed = 34% of 1500 = 510
Required difference = 820 – 510 = 310Incorrect
Answer 2) 310
Explanation
Total number of students in class 8th in 2015 = 180/18 × 100 = 1000
Number of students who passed = 82% of 1000 = 820
Total number of students in class 9th in 2014 = 180/12 × 100 = 1500
Number of students who failed = 34% of 1500 = 510
Required difference = 820 – 510 = 310 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). In a city, the data was gathered about the students of class 8th, 9th and 10th of all the schools together. The line graph below shows the percentage of students who have failed in these classes from year 2014 to 2018.
In 2017, the ratio of number of students in class 8th, 9th and 10th are in the ratio 60:68:55 and the number of students who failed in class 8th are 205 less than the number of students who failed in class 10th. The number of students who passed in class 9th in 2017 are:
Correct
Answer 1) 1105
Explanation
Let the number of students in class 8th, 9th and 10th in 2017 are 60x, 68x and 55x respectively.
According to question,
21% of 60x – 8% of 55x = 205
12.6x – 4.4x = 205
8.2x = 205, x = 25
Total number of students in class 9th = 25 × 68 = 1700
Number of students who passed in class 9th = 65% of 1700 = 1105Incorrect
Answer 1) 1105
Explanation
Let the number of students in class 8th, 9th and 10th in 2017 are 60x, 68x and 55x respectively.
According to question,
21% of 60x – 8% of 55x = 205
12.6x – 4.4x = 205
8.2x = 205, x = 25
Total number of students in class 9th = 25 × 68 = 1700
Number of students who passed in class 9th = 65% of 1700 = 1105 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). In a city, the data was gathered about the students of class 8th, 9th and 10th of all the schools together. The line graph below shows the percentage of students who have failed in these classes from year 2014 to 2018.
The total number of students in class 9th in 2016 and in class 10th in 2018 are 6156. The total number of students who passed in class 10th in 2018 and the number of students who failed in class 9th in 2016 are 3049. The number of students who passed in class 9th in 2016 are how much more than the number of students who failed in class 10th in 2018:
Correct
Answer 3) 1429
Explanation
Let the number of students in class 9th in 2016 and in class 10th in 2018 are x and y respectively.
According to question,
x + y = 6156
19% of x + 75% of y = 3049
0.19x + 0.75y = 3049
By solving both these equations, we have,
x = 2800, y = 3356
Number of students who passed in class 9th in 2016 = 81% of 2800 = 2268
Number of students who failed in class 10th in 2018 = 25% of 3356 = 839
Required difference = 2268 – 839 = 1429Incorrect
Answer 3) 1429
Explanation
Let the number of students in class 9th in 2016 and in class 10th in 2018 are x and y respectively.
According to question,
x + y = 6156
19% of x + 75% of y = 3049
0.19x + 0.75y = 3049
By solving both these equations, we have,
x = 2800, y = 3356
Number of students who passed in class 9th in 2016 = 81% of 2800 = 2268
Number of students who failed in class 10th in 2018 = 25% of 3356 = 839
Required difference = 2268 – 839 = 1429 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). In a city, the data was gathered about the students of class 8th, 9th and 10th of all the schools together. The line graph below shows the percentage of students who have failed in these classes from year 2014 to 2018.
The number of students who failed in class 9th in 2015 are 650. The total number of students in class 10th in 2015 are 40% less than the total number of students in class 9th in same year. The number of students who passed in class 10th in 2015 are:
Correct
Answer 2) 1248
Explanation
Total number of students in class 9th in 2015 = 650/25 × 100 = 2600
Total number of students in class 10th in 2015 = 2600 – 40% of 2600 = 2600 – 1040 = 1560
Number of students who passed = 80% of 1560 = 1248Incorrect
Answer 2) 1248
Explanation
Total number of students in class 9th in 2015 = 650/25 × 100 = 2600
Total number of students in class 10th in 2015 = 2600 – 40% of 2600 = 2600 – 1040 = 1560
Number of students who passed = 80% of 1560 = 1248 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). In a city, the data was gathered about the students of class 8th, 9th and 10th of all the schools together. The line graph below shows the percentage of students who have failed in these classes from year 2014 to 2018.
In 2016, in class 10th, 36% of the students passed the exam with distinction and 1020 students passed the exam without distinction. Number of students who failed in class 10th in 2016 are:
Correct
Answer 4) 612
Explanation–
Let the total number of students in class 10th in 2016 are x.
Percentage of students who passed the exam without distinction = (100 – 24 – 36) % = 40%
According to question, we have,
40% of x = 1020
0.4x = 1020
x = 2550
Number of students who failed in class 10th in 2016 = 24% of 2550 = 612Incorrect
Answer 4) 612
Explanation–
Let the total number of students in class 10th in 2016 are x.
Percentage of students who passed the exam without distinction = (100 – 24 – 36) % = 40%
According to question, we have,
40% of x = 1020
0.4x = 1020
x = 2550
Number of students who failed in class 10th in 2016 = 24% of 2550 = 612
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