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Question 1 of 10

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q(1-5) Percentage breakup of total employees ( male + female ) working in different department in an organization is given in 2nd pie chart and percentage breakup of female employees working in different department in same organization is given in 1st pie chart.

What is the number of male employees working in HR department?

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Answer – 4) 468
Explanation –
22% of 3900 – 20% of 195 = 468

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Answer – 4) 468
Explanation –
22% of 3900 – 20% of 195 = 468

Question 2 of 10

2. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q(1-5) Percentage breakup of total employees ( male + female ) working in different department in an organization is given in 2nd pie chart and percentage breakup of female employees working in different department in same organization is given in 1st pie chart.

Total female employees working in technical and sales department together is what percent of Total male employees working in RD and Feedback department together?

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Answer –5) 113%
Total female employees in Technical and Sales = 34% of 1950 = 17×39
Total male employees in RD and Feedback = 38% of 3900 – 46% of 1950 = 15×39
%age = (17×39)/( 15×39) = (17/15) = 113%

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Answer –5) 113%
Total female employees in Technical and Sales = 34% of 1950 = 17×39
Total male employees in RD and Feedback = 38% of 3900 – 46% of 1950 = 15×39
%age = (17×39)/( 15×39) = (17/15) = 113%

Question 3 of 10

3. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q(1-5) Percentage breakup of total employees ( male + female ) working in different department in an organization is given in 2nd pie chart and percentage breakup of female employees working in different department in same organization is given in 1st pie chart.

What is the respective ratio of no. of males working in Technical department to the no. of females working in HR department?

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Answer – 5) 7:5
Explanation –
(23% of 3900 – 18% of 1950)/20% of 1950 = (14×39)/ (10×39) = 7/5

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Answer – 5) 7:5
Explanation –
(23% of 3900 – 18% of 1950)/20% of 1950 = (14×39)/ (10×39) = 7/5

Question 4 of 10

4. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Q(1-5) Percentage breakup of total employees ( male + female ) working in different department in an organization is given in 2nd pie chart and percentage breakup of female employees working in different department in same organization is given in 1st pie chart.

Total female employees are what percentage of the total male employees in the organization?

Q(1-5) Percentage breakup of total employees ( male + female ) working in different department in an organization is given in 2nd pie chart and percentage breakup of female employees working in different department in same organization is given in 1st pie chart.

In which departments female employees are more than male employees?

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Answer – 4) Feedback
HR –20% of 1950 / 22% of 3900 < .5
Technical – 18% of 1950 / 23% of 3900 < .5
Sales – 16% of 1950 / 17% of 3900 < .5 Feedback – 24% 0f 1950 / 13% 0f 3900 > .5
RD – 22% of 1950 / 25% of 3900 < .5

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Answer – 4) Feedback
HR –20% of 1950 / 22% of 3900 < .5
Technical – 18% of 1950 / 23% of 3900 < .5
Sales – 16% of 1950 / 17% of 3900 < .5 Feedback – 24% 0f 1950 / 13% 0f 3900 > .5
RD – 22% of 1950 / 25% of 3900 < .5

Question 6 of 10

6. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions- Q(6-10) : Each question contains a statement followed by Quantity 1 and Quantity 2. Quantity 1 will be the answer of the first question and Quantity 2 will be the answer of second question. Compare the two quantities –

A bag contains 4 red, 5 green and 6 white balls.
Quantity 1 – Probability of picking 3 balls such the one each of red, white and green ball is picked.
Quantity 2. – Probability of picking 3 balls such that at least one green ball is picked.

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Answer – 3) Quantity 1 < Quantity 2
Explanation-
Quantity 1 – (4C_{1} . 5C_{1}.6C_{1 })/15C_{3} = 24/91
Quantity 2 – Probability for no green = 10C_{3 / }15C_{3 } = 24/91
Probability of at least one green = 1- 24/91 = 67/91

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Answer – 3) Quantity 1 < Quantity 2
Explanation-
Quantity 1 – (4C_{1} . 5C_{1}.6C_{1 })/15C_{3} = 24/91
Quantity 2 – Probability for no green = 10C_{3 / }15C_{3 } = 24/91
Probability of at least one green = 1- 24/91 = 67/91

Question 7 of 10

7. Question

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Category: Quantitative Aptitude

Directions- Q(6-10) : Each question contains a statement followed by Quantity 1 and Quantity 2. Quantity 1 will be the answer of the first question and Quantity 2 will be the answer of second question. Compare the two quantities –

Quantity 1 : A path of 4m width is paved around a circular well of diameter 21m. Find the area of path?
Quantity 2 : A area of four walls of a room which is 16m long, 11m wide and 2m high.

Directions- Q(6-10) : Each question contains a statement followed by Quantity 1 and Quantity 2. Quantity 1 will be the answer of the first question and Quantity 2 will be the answer of second question. Compare the two quantities –

Quantity 1 A sum of Rs. 9500 is lent at an interest of 3.5% per annum. The amount received at the end of 2 years. Quantity 2 A book was marked 35% above its cost price. A discount of 20% was given on it and the profit was 800. The selling price of the book is?

Directions- Q(6-10) : Each question contains a statement followed by Quantity 1 and Quantity 2. Quantity 1 will be the answer of the first question and Quantity 2 will be the answer of second question. Compare the two quantities –

Quantity 1 A jeans which costs Rs. 1150 is marked up by 300. Profit percent on selling it at 12% discount on marked price. Quantity 2 A bag contains 12 balls of which 3 are blue. Two balls are picked from the bag. The probability that both are blue.

Directions- Q(6-10) : Each question contains a statement followed by Quantity 1 and Quantity 2. Quantity 1 will be the answer of the first question and Quantity 2 will be the answer of second question. Compare the two quantities –

Quantity 1 The ratio of age of father and his son is 7:4. 15 years ago, the father was 3 times as old as his son was. The ratio of the age of father to son 11 years from now will be Quantity 2 Raj and Ram invested in a business. Raj invested for 6 months while Ram invested for 8 months. Raj earned 30% more than Ram. The ratio of investment of Raj to the investment of Ram.

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Answer – 3) Quantity 1 < Quantity 2
Explanation –
Quantity 1 Let the age of father = 7x
Age of son = 4x
15 years ago , according to question
(7x-15) = 3. (4x- 15)
X = 6
After 11 years ,
(7x+11)/ (4x+11) = 53/35
Quantity 2
(Raj×6)/(Ram×8) = 13/10
Raj/Ram = 26/15

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Answer – 3) Quantity 1 < Quantity 2
Explanation –
Quantity 1 Let the age of father = 7x
Age of son = 4x
15 years ago , according to question
(7x-15) = 3. (4x- 15)
X = 6
After 11 years ,
(7x+11)/ (4x+11) = 53/35
Quantity 2
(Raj×6)/(Ram×8) = 13/10
Raj/Ram = 26/15

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