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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). A data was collected for the number of students who have cleared SSC and Banks exams from five cities i.e. Delhi, Chandigarh, Patna, Lucknow and Hyderabad. Total number of students who cleared bank exams from these cities are 2500 and the total number of students who cleared SSC exams are 4200. This data is given by two pie charts below. Ratio of male to female who cleared these exams is given by a table. Few values are missing in the table.
What is the difference between number of males who cleared bank exams from Lucknow and the number of females who cleared bank exams from Delhi?
Correct
Answer 3) 2
Explanation
Number of males who cleared bank exams from Lucknow = 18/25 × 21% of 2500 = 18/25 × 525 = 378
Number of females who cleared bank exams from Delhi = 19/45 × 36% of 2500 = 380
Required difference = 380 – 378 = 2Incorrect
Answer 3) 2
Explanation
Number of males who cleared bank exams from Lucknow = 18/25 × 21% of 2500 = 18/25 × 525 = 378
Number of females who cleared bank exams from Delhi = 19/45 × 36% of 2500 = 380
Required difference = 380 – 378 = 2 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). A data was collected for the number of students who have cleared SSC and Banks exams from five cities i.e. Delhi, Chandigarh, Patna, Lucknow and Hyderabad. Total number of students who cleared bank exams from these cities are 2500 and the total number of students who cleared SSC exams are 4200. This data is given by two pie charts below. Ratio of male to female who cleared these exams is given by a table. Few values are missing in the table.
Total number of females who cleared bank exams from Patna and Lucknow together are approximately how much percent less than the total number of males who cleared SSC exams from Patna and Lucknow together?
Correct
Answer 1) 60%
Explanation
Total number of males who cleared SSC exams from Patna and Lucknow together = 59/105 × 25% of 4200 + 7/10 × 20% of 4200 = 590 + 588 = 1178
Total number of females who cleared bank exams from Patna and Lucknow together = 13/23 × 23% of 2500 + 7/25 × 21% of 2500 = 325 + 147 = 472
Required percentage = (1178 – 472)/1178 × 100 = 70400/1178 = 60% (approx.)Incorrect
Answer 1) 60%
Explanation
Total number of males who cleared SSC exams from Patna and Lucknow together = 59/105 × 25% of 4200 + 7/10 × 20% of 4200 = 590 + 588 = 1178
Total number of females who cleared bank exams from Patna and Lucknow together = 13/23 × 23% of 2500 + 7/25 × 21% of 2500 = 325 + 147 = 472
Required percentage = (1178 – 472)/1178 × 100 = 70400/1178 = 60% (approx.) 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). A data was collected for the number of students who have cleared SSC and Banks exams from five cities i.e. Delhi, Chandigarh, Patna, Lucknow and Hyderabad. Total number of students who cleared bank exams from these cities are 2500 and the total number of students who cleared SSC exams are 4200. This data is given by two pie charts below. Ratio of male to female who cleared these exams is given by a table. Few values are missing in the table.
Total number of males who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh and number of females who cleared bank exams from Hyderabad together are 334 and total number of females who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh are 10 more than the number of females who cleared bank exams from Hyderabad. Number of males who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh are how much more than the number of females who cleared bank exams from the same city?
Correct
Answer 4) 99
Explanation
Let the number of males who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh are x and number of females who cleared bank exams from Hyderabad are y.
Number of students who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh = 11% of 2500 = 275
Number of females who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh = 275 – x
Number of students who cleared bank exams from Hyderabad = 9% of 2500 = 225
Number of females who cleared bank exams from Hyderabad = 225 – y
We have,
x + y = 334
And
275 – x – 225 + y = 10
x – y = 40
by solving both equations, we have,
x = 187 and y = 137
Number of males who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh = 187
Number of females who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh = 275 – 187 = 88
Required difference = 187 – 88 = 99Incorrect
Answer 4) 99
Explanation
Let the number of males who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh are x and number of females who cleared bank exams from Hyderabad are y.
Number of students who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh = 11% of 2500 = 275
Number of females who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh = 275 – x
Number of students who cleared bank exams from Hyderabad = 9% of 2500 = 225
Number of females who cleared bank exams from Hyderabad = 225 – y
We have,
x + y = 334
And
275 – x – 225 + y = 10
x – y = 40
by solving both equations, we have,
x = 187 and y = 137
Number of males who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh = 187
Number of females who cleared bank exams from Chandigarh = 275 – 187 = 88
Required difference = 187 – 88 = 99 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). A data was collected for the number of students who have cleared SSC and Banks exams from five cities i.e. Delhi, Chandigarh, Patna, Lucknow and Hyderabad. Total number of students who cleared bank exams from these cities are 2500 and the total number of students who cleared SSC exams are 4200. This data is given by two pie charts below. Ratio of male to female who cleared these exams is given by a table. Few values are missing in the table.
Number of females who cleared in SSC exams from Delhi are 20% more than that of males who cleared SSC exams from the same city. Number of males who cleared SSC exams from Delhi are:
Correct
Answer 2) 630
Explanation
Let the number of males who cleared SSC exams from Delhi are x.
Number of females who cleared SSC exams from Delhi = 120% of x = 1.2x
Number of students who cleared SSC exams from Delhi = 33% of 4200 = 1386
We have,
x + 1.2x = 1386
2.2x = 1386, x = 630Incorrect
Answer 2) 630
Explanation
Let the number of males who cleared SSC exams from Delhi are x.
Number of females who cleared SSC exams from Delhi = 120% of x = 1.2x
Number of students who cleared SSC exams from Delhi = 33% of 4200 = 1386
We have,
x + 1.2x = 1386
2.2x = 1386, x = 630 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q15). A data was collected for the number of students who have cleared SSC and Banks exams from five cities i.e. Delhi, Chandigarh, Patna, Lucknow and Hyderabad. Total number of students who cleared bank exams from these cities are 2500 and the total number of students who cleared SSC exams are 4200. This data is given by two pie charts below. Ratio of male to female who cleared these exams is given by a table. Few values are missing in the table.
Number of females who cleared SSC exams from Chandigarh are 80 more than that of males who cleared SSC exams from the same city. Total number of females who cleared SSC exams from Chandigarh and number of males who cleared bank exams from Patna together are:
Correct
Answer 5) 458
Explanation
Number of students who cleared SSC exams from Chandigarh = 8% of 4200 = 336
Let the number of males who cleared SSC exams from Chandigarh are x and the number of females who cleared SSC exams from Chandigarh are y
Then,
x + y = 336
x – y = 80
By solving both the equations, we have,
x = 208
y = 128
Number of males who cleared bank exams from Patna = 10/23 × 23% of 2500 = 250
Required number = 250 + 208 = 458Incorrect
Answer 5) 458
Explanation
Number of students who cleared SSC exams from Chandigarh = 8% of 4200 = 336
Let the number of males who cleared SSC exams from Chandigarh are x and the number of females who cleared SSC exams from Chandigarh are y
Then,
x + y = 336
x – y = 80
By solving both the equations, we have,
x = 208
y = 128
Number of males who cleared bank exams from Patna = 10/23 × 23% of 2500 = 250
Required number = 250 + 208 = 458 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). Six employees i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F work for the same organization. The line graph below shows their respective saving percentage for the months of January and February.
Savings % = Expenditure/Income × 100
The income of C for the month of February is Rs 36000 and savings of E for the month of January is Rs 6380. Total expenditure of C for the month of February and expenditure of E for the month of January together is:
Correct
Answer 1) Rs 51780
Explanation
Expenditure of C for the month of February = 81% of 36000 = Rs 29160
Expenditure of E for the month of January = 6380/22 × 78 = Rs 22620
Required number = 29160 + 22620 = Rs 51780Incorrect
Answer 1) Rs 51780
Explanation
Expenditure of C for the month of February = 81% of 36000 = Rs 29160
Expenditure of E for the month of January = 6380/22 × 78 = Rs 22620
Required number = 29160 + 22620 = Rs 51780 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). Six employees i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F work for the same organization. The line graph below shows their respective saving percentage for the months of January and February.
Savings % = Expenditure/Income × 100
Total income of F for the month of January and February is Rs 71000 and total savings for these months are Rs 17070. What is the expenditure of F for the month of February?
Correct
Answer 3) Rs 31160
Explanation
Let the income of F for the month of January is Rs x and for the month of February is Rs y.
Then, x + y = 71000
And 31% of x + 18% of y = 17070
0.31x + 0.18y = 17070
By solving both equations, we have,
x = Rs 33000, y = Rs 38000
Expenditure of F for the month of February = 82% of 38000 = Rs 31160Incorrect
Answer 3) Rs 31160
Explanation
Let the income of F for the month of January is Rs x and for the month of February is Rs y.
Then, x + y = 71000
And 31% of x + 18% of y = 17070
0.31x + 0.18y = 17070
By solving both equations, we have,
x = Rs 33000, y = Rs 38000
Expenditure of F for the month of February = 82% of 38000 = Rs 31160 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). Six employees i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F work for the same organization. The line graph below shows their respective saving percentage for the months of January and February.
Savings % = Expenditure/Income × 100
Expenditure of B for the month of January is Rs 34000. What is the savings of B for the month of February if his income for February is 25% more than his income for the month of January?
Correct
Answer 3) Rs 10500
Explanation
Income of B for the month of January = 34000/85 × 100 = Rs 40000
Income of B for the month of February = 125% of 40000 = Rs 50000
Savings of B for the month of February = 21% of 50000 = Rs 10500Incorrect
Answer 3) Rs 10500
Explanation
Income of B for the month of January = 34000/85 × 100 = Rs 40000
Income of B for the month of February = 125% of 40000 = Rs 50000
Savings of B for the month of February = 21% of 50000 = Rs 10500 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). Six employees i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F work for the same organization. The line graph below shows their respective saving percentage for the months of January and February.
Savings % = Expenditure/Income × 100
Savings of A for the month of February is Rs 7740. What is the expenditure of A for the month of February?
Correct
Answer 1) Rs 35260
Explanation
Expenditure of A for the month of February = 7740/18 × 82 = Rs 35260Incorrect
Answer 1) Rs 35260
Explanation
Expenditure of A for the month of February = 7740/18 × 82 = Rs 35260 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (Q610). Six employees i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F work for the same organization. The line graph below shows their respective saving percentage for the months of January and February.
Savings % = Expenditure/Income × 100
The difference between the expenditure of A for the month of January and his savings for the same month is Rs 13520. What is the income of A for the month of January?
Correct
Answer 4) Rs 26000
Explanation
Let the income of A for the month of January is Rs 100x
Expenditure of A for the month of January = 76x
And savings = 24x
We have,
76x – 24x = 13520
52x = 13520
x = 260
100x = Rs 26000Incorrect
Answer 4) Rs 26000
Explanation
Let the income of A for the month of January is Rs 100x
Expenditure of A for the month of January = 76x
And savings = 24x
We have,
76x – 24x = 13520
52x = 13520
x = 260
100x = Rs 26000
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