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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (14) Read data carefully and answer the following questions
Below bar graph shows number of students enrolled in hundreds in three different activities at various cities
Below pie Chart shows percent breakup of professional students enrolled in activities from various cities.
Total Professional students = 85000
what is the ratio of students enrolled in Dancing from city A and E to Craft from city B and C taken together?Correct
Answer : 3.6:7
Explanation
Students enrolled in Dancing from city A and E = (24500 + 17500) = 42000
Students enrolled in Craft from city B and C = (22500 + 26500) = 49000
Required ratio = 42000/49000 = 6:7Incorrect
Answer : 3.6:7
Explanation
Students enrolled in Dancing from city A and E = (24500 + 17500) = 42000
Students enrolled in Craft from city B and C = (22500 + 26500) = 49000
Required ratio = 42000/49000 = 6:7 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (14) Read data carefully and answer the following questions
Below bar graph shows number of students enrolled in hundreds in three different activities at various cities
Below pie Chart shows percent breakup of professional students enrolled in activities from various cities.
Total Professional students = 85000
what is average enrollment in craft taken in all cities together?Correct
Answer : 3.23250
Explanation
Total enrollment in craft = (20000 + 22500 + 26500 + 20000 + 24000 + 26500) = 139500
Required average = 139500/6 = 23250Incorrect
Answer : 3.23250
Explanation
Total enrollment in craft = (20000 + 22500 + 26500 + 20000 + 24000 + 26500) = 139500
Required average = 139500/6 = 23250 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (14) Read data carefully and answer the following questions
Below bar graph shows number of students enrolled in hundreds in three different activities at various cities
Below pie Chart shows percent breakup of professional students enrolled in activities from various cities.
Total Professional students = 85000
If 45%, 40% and 42% of students enrolled from city C in Dancing, Drawing and Craft are female then what is difference of male to female students enrolled taken all three activities together?Correct
Answer: 2.10340
Explanation
Difference in dancing = 18000 x (55 – 45)/100 = 1800
Difference in drawing = 21500 x (60 – 40)/100 = 4300
Difference in craft = 26500 x (58 – 42)/100 = 4240
Required difference = (1800 + 4300 + 4240) = 10340Incorrect
Answer: 2.10340
Explanation
Difference in dancing = 18000 x (55 – 45)/100 = 1800
Difference in drawing = 21500 x (60 – 40)/100 = 4300
Difference in craft = 26500 x (58 – 42)/100 = 4240
Required difference = (1800 + 4300 + 4240) = 10340 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (14) Read data carefully and answer the following questions
Below bar graph shows number of students enrolled in hundreds in three different activities at various cities
Below pie Chart shows percent breakup of professional students enrolled in activities from various cities.
Total Professional students = 85000
If 18% and 25% students in city D and 20% and 25% of students in city A respectively from dancing and Drawing are professional then what is the ratio of professional students enrolled in craft from A to D?Correct
Answer: 5.11:18
Explanation
From city A:
Dancing professional = 24500 x 20/100 = 4900
Drawing professional = 24000 x 25/100 = 6000 Total = (4900 + 6000) = 10900
Total professional = 15300 Craft professional = (15300 – 10900) = 4400
From city D:
Dancing professional = 20000 x 18/100 = 3600
Drawing professional = 18000 x 25/100 = 4500
Total = (3600 + 4500) = 8100
Total professional = 15300
Craft professional = (15300 – 8100) = 7200
Required ratio = 4400/7200 = 11:18Incorrect
Answer: 5.11:18
Explanation
From city A:
Dancing professional = 24500 x 20/100 = 4900
Drawing professional = 24000 x 25/100 = 6000 Total = (4900 + 6000) = 10900
Total professional = 15300 Craft professional = (15300 – 10900) = 4400
From city D:
Dancing professional = 20000 x 18/100 = 3600
Drawing professional = 18000 x 25/100 = 4500
Total = (3600 + 4500) = 8100
Total professional = 15300
Craft professional = (15300 – 8100) = 7200
Required ratio = 4400/7200 = 11:18 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeQ. (14) Read data carefully and answer the following questions
Below bar graph shows number of students enrolled in hundreds in three different activities at various cities
Below pie Chart shows percent breakup of professional students enrolled in activities from various cities.
Total Professional students = 85000
A customer saves Rs400 at the rebate of 20% on market price of an article. If the cost price of the article for shopkeeper is Rs1200.Then find the profit percent of shopkeeper?Correct
Answer : 1.33(1/3)%
Explanation
20% of M.P = 400
M.P = 2000
S.P = 1600
C.P= 1200
Profit % = 400/1200* 100= 33(1/3)%Incorrect
Answer : 1.33(1/3)%
Explanation
20% of M.P = 400
M.P = 2000
S.P = 1600
C.P= 1200
Profit % = 400/1200* 100= 33(1/3)% 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeTwo fixed points A and B are 15 cm apart. A third point C is located between the two points on the straight line joining them so that length of AC is 9 cm. If the point C is moved towards point B so that the length of AC is increased by 6%, the length of BC must have been decreased by,
Correct
Answer: 4.9%
Explanation
As length of AC is 9 cm out of a total of 15 cm, it is effectively,
9/15×100=60% of the total length of AB and so BC is 40% of AB.
6% increase of length of AC is then on 60% of length of AB, which is, 3.6% of AB.
BC must have been reduced by this percentage amount. In other words, BC is reduced by 3.6% of AB while its own length is 40% of AB. Thus, percentage of its own length by which BC is reduced is,
3.6/40×100=9%Incorrect
Answer: 4.9%
Explanation
As length of AC is 9 cm out of a total of 15 cm, it is effectively,
9/15×100=60% of the total length of AB and so BC is 40% of AB.
6% increase of length of AC is then on 60% of length of AB, which is, 3.6% of AB.
BC must have been reduced by this percentage amount. In other words, BC is reduced by 3.6% of AB while its own length is 40% of AB. Thus, percentage of its own length by which BC is reduced is,
3.6/40×100=9% 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe average age of all the 100 employees in an office is 29 years, where 2/5th of the number of employees are ladies and the ratio of average age of men to women is 5:7. The average age of female employees is
Correct
Answer : 2.35 years
Explanation
Going through the options: (40 * 35) + (60 * 25) = 29 * 100
Since there are 40 ladies and 60 gentsIncorrect
Answer : 2.35 years
Explanation
Going through the options: (40 * 35) + (60 * 25) = 29 * 100
Since there are 40 ladies and 60 gents 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeSum of the length of two trains A and B is 660. The ratio of the speeds of A and B is 5: 8. Ratio between time to cross an electric pole by A and B is 4: 3. Find the difference in the length of two trains.
Correct
Answer : 2.60
Explanation
Incorrect
Answer : 2.60
Explanation

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe ten’s digit of a three digit number is 3. If the digits of x are interchanged and the number thus formed is 396 more than the previous one. The sum of unit digit and hundred digit is 14, then what is the number?
Correct
Answer : 2.539
Explanation
Incorrect
Answer : 2.539
Explanation

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA cubical cake of 8m*12m*16m is cut into exact number of equal cubical pieces. The least possible number of pieces will be?
Correct
Answer : 2.24
Explanation
H.C.F of 8, 12, 16 =4
Least number of pieces = 8*12*16/4*4*4 = 24Incorrect
Answer : 2.24
Explanation
H.C.F of 8, 12, 16 =4
Least number of pieces = 8*12*16/4*4*4 = 24
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