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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) D earn 20% more than A, B earn 20% more than C, C earn 50% more than A, E earn 50% more than D. A’s earning is a multiple of Rs. 25 and total earning by all of them is Rs. 365. Now, A invested his whole earning in scheme offering 12% simple interest per annum for 5 years, B invested 5/9 of his earning in a scheme offering compound interest at 10% per annum for 2 years, C invested 1/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 5% per annum for 6 years, D invested 2/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 20% per annum for 1.5 years and E invested his whole earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 15% per annum for 3 years. (The interests obtained from different schemes will not be treated as earning)
What is the earning of B?
Correct
Answer – 5) Rs 90
Explanation for this question –
A = 50
C = 150% of A = 75
B = 120% of C = 90
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5Incorrect
Answer – 5) Rs 90
Explanation for this question –
A = 50
C = 150% of A = 75
B = 120% of C = 90
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) D earn 20% more than A, B earn 20% more than C, C earn 50% more than A, E earn 50% more than D. A’s earning is a multiple of Rs. 25 and total earning by all of them is Rs. 365. Now, A invested his whole earning in scheme offering 12% simple interest per annum for 5 years, B invested 5/9 of his earning in a scheme offering compound interest at 10% per annum for 2 years, C invested 1/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 5% per annum for 6 years, D invested 2/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 20% per annum for 1.5 years and E invested his whole earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 15% per annum for 3 years. (The interests obtained from different schemes will not be treated as earning)
What is the ratio of interest received by C to interest received by D?
Correct
Answer – 5) 5:8
Interest of C : Interest of D = 7.5 : 12 = 5:8
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5Incorrect
Answer – 5) 5:8
Interest of C : Interest of D = 7.5 : 12 = 5:8
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) D earn 20% more than A, B earn 20% more than C, C earn 50% more than A, E earn 50% more than D. A’s earning is a multiple of Rs. 25 and total earning by all of them is Rs. 365. Now, A invested his whole earning in scheme offering 12% simple interest per annum for 5 years, B invested 5/9 of his earning in a scheme offering compound interest at 10% per annum for 2 years, C invested 1/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 5% per annum for 6 years, D invested 2/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 20% per annum for 1.5 years and E invested his whole earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 15% per annum for 3 years. (The interests obtained from different schemes will not be treated as earning)
What is the total amount which is not invested in any scheme by all of them?
Correct
Answer – 3. 110
Explanation for this question –
4/9 of 90 + 2/3 of 75 + 1/3 of 60 = 40 + 50 + 20 = 110
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5Incorrect
Answer – 3. 110
Explanation for this question –
4/9 of 90 + 2/3 of 75 + 1/3 of 60 = 40 + 50 + 20 = 110
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) D earn 20% more than A, B earn 20% more than C, C earn 50% more than A, E earn 50% more than D. A’s earning is a multiple of Rs. 25 and total earning by all of them is Rs. 365. Now, A invested his whole earning in scheme offering 12% simple interest per annum for 5 years, B invested 5/9 of his earning in a scheme offering compound interest at 10% per annum for 2 years, C invested 1/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 5% per annum for 6 years, D invested 2/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 20% per annum for 1.5 years and E invested his whole earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 15% per annum for 3 years. (The interests obtained from different schemes will not be treated as earning)
What is the total amount obtained as interest by all of them?
Correct
Answer – 4) 100.5
Explanation for this question –
30+10.5+7.5+12+40.5 = 100.5
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5Incorrect
Answer – 4) 100.5
Explanation for this question –
30+10.5+7.5+12+40.5 = 100.5
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (15) D earn 20% more than A, B earn 20% more than C, C earn 50% more than A, E earn 50% more than D. A’s earning is a multiple of Rs. 25 and total earning by all of them is Rs. 365. Now, A invested his whole earning in scheme offering 12% simple interest per annum for 5 years, B invested 5/9 of his earning in a scheme offering compound interest at 10% per annum for 2 years, C invested 1/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 5% per annum for 6 years, D invested 2/3 of his earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 20% per annum for 1.5 years and E invested his whole earning in a scheme offering simple interest at 15% per annum for 3 years. (The interests obtained from different schemes will not be treated as earning)
The total earning of B and C taken together is what percent more than total earning of D and E taken together?
Correct
Answer – 2) 10%
(B+C)/(D+E) = [(90+75) (60+90)] /(60+90) = 15/150 = 10%
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5Incorrect
Answer – 2) 10%
(B+C)/(D+E) = [(90+75) (60+90)] /(60+90) = 15/150 = 10%
Complete Explanation –
Given total earning = 365
Earning of A has to be 25×2 = 50
Earning of C = 150% of 50 = 75
Earning of D = 120% of 50 = 60
Earning of B = 120% of 75% = 90
Earning of E = 150% of 60 = 90
A’s investment = 50
A’s interest = 60% of 50 = 30
B’s investment = 5/9 of 90 = 50
B’s interest = 21% of 50 = 10.5
C’s investment = 1/3 of 75 =25
C’s interest = 30% of 25 = 7.5
D’s investment = 2/3 of 60 = 40
D’s interest = 30% of 40 = 12
E’s investment = 90
E’s interest = 45% of 90 = 40.5 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) There are males and females who are either dancer or singer in five different clubs is given. One individual is either only dancer or only singer. Read the chart carefully and answer the following questions.
What is the total number of male singers in club 2 and club 3? If the ratio of male to female singer in club 2 is 3:2 and ratio of male to female singer in club 3 is 5:3.
Correct
Answer – 1) 110
Explanation –
Total singer in club 2 = 220120 = 100
Singer (male : female) in club 2= 3:2
Males singer in club 2 = 60
Total singer in club 3 = 180100 = 80
Singer (male:female) in club 3 = 5:3
Males singer in club 3 = 50
Total (male singer in club2 + male singer in club 3 ) = 60+50 = 110Incorrect
Answer – 1) 110
Explanation –
Total singer in club 2 = 220120 = 100
Singer (male : female) in club 2= 3:2
Males singer in club 2 = 60
Total singer in club 3 = 180100 = 80
Singer (male:female) in club 3 = 5:3
Males singer in club 3 = 50
Total (male singer in club2 + male singer in club 3 ) = 60+50 = 110 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) There are males and females who are either dancer or singer in five different clubs is given. One individual is either only dancer or only singer. Read the chart carefully and answer the following questions.
What is the total number of male singer in all clubs together if the total number of female singers in all clubs together is 257?
Correct
Answer – 4) 273
Explanation
Total singer = (320150)+(220120)+(180100)+(240160)+(250150) =530
Total female singer = 257
Total male singer = 273Incorrect
Answer – 4) 273
Explanation
Total singer = (320150)+(220120)+(180100)+(240160)+(250150) =530
Total female singer = 257
Total male singer = 273 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) There are males and females who are either dancer or singer in five different clubs is given. One individual is either only dancer or only singer. Read the chart carefully and answer the following questions.
The number of singers in club 4 is what percent of the number of dancer in club 2?
Correct
Answer – 2) 66.66%
Explanation
Singer in club 4 = 240160 = 80
Dancer in club 2 = 120
%age = 80/120 = 66.66%Incorrect
Answer – 2) 66.66%
Explanation
Singer in club 4 = 240160 = 80
Dancer in club 2 = 120
%age = 80/120 = 66.66% 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) There are males and females who are either dancer or singer in five different clubs is given. One individual is either only dancer or only singer. Read the chart carefully and answer the following questions.
What is the ratio of male and female dancer together in club 5 to male and female singer together in club 2?
Correct
Answer – 4) 3:2
Explanation –
Dancer in club 5 = 150
Singer in club 2 = 220120 =100
150/100 = 3:2Incorrect
Answer – 4) 3:2
Explanation –
Dancer in club 5 = 150
Singer in club 2 = 220120 =100
150/100 = 3:2 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ(610) There are males and females who are either dancer or singer in five different clubs is given. One individual is either only dancer or only singer. Read the chart carefully and answer the following questions.
If the male singers are 70% of the female singers in club 1, what is the difference between female singer in club 1 to total dancers in club 2?
Correct
Answer – 2) 20
Singer in club 1 = 320 150 = 170
Let female singer in club 1 = 100x
Male singer in club 1 = 70% of 100x = 70x
100x+70x = 170
X = 1
Female singer in club 1 = 100
Total dancer in club 2 = 120
Difference = 120100 = 20Incorrect
Answer – 2) 20
Singer in club 1 = 320 150 = 170
Let female singer in club 1 = 100x
Male singer in club 1 = 70% of 100x = 70x
100x+70x = 170
X = 1
Female singer in club 1 = 100
Total dancer in club 2 = 120
Difference = 120100 = 20
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