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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude5/9 of 503.9 + 3/8 of 639.89 = ?
Correct
Answer – 3) 520
Explanation :
5/9 of 504 = 280 ; 3/8 of 640 = 240 => 280 + 240 = 520Incorrect
Answer – 3) 520
Explanation :
5/9 of 504 = 280 ; 3/8 of 640 = 240 => 280 + 240 = 520 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections. Q(2 – 6).Study the following Line graph and answer the following questions.
Note: Total Population = Men Population + Women Population
80% of Men Voted, and the Women population is 2800 in Chennai in the year 2011. If the number of voters voted is 5250. Then the number of Women voted is?Correct
Answer – 1) 1890
Explanation:
Voted votes = 5250
Total population = 7000
7000 = M+W
M = 4200
80% voted = 4200*80/100 = 3360
3360+women voted = 5250
Women = 1890Incorrect
Answer – 1) 1890
Explanation:
Voted votes = 5250
Total population = 7000
7000 = M+W
M = 4200
80% voted = 4200*80/100 = 3360
3360+women voted = 5250
Women = 1890 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections. Q(2 – 6).Study the following Line graph and answer the following questions.
Note: Total Population = Men Population + Women Population
In Mumbai the population in 2011 to 2017 is increased by 1200, but the number of voters voted is same as in those years. If Men population in both the years is equal and is 5600. 80% of Women voted in the year 2011 and 70% women voted in the year 2017 then what is the ratio of number of Men voted in the year 2011 to the number of Men voted in the year 2017?Correct
Answer – 2) 8:7
Explanation:
x *80/100 = (x+1200)*70/100
x = 8400
Population in 2011 = 8400 and 2017 =9600
In 2011: 8400 = M+W; in 2017: 9600= M+W
In 2011: 8400 = 5600+W; in 2017: 9600= 5600+W
In 2011 W = 2800; in 2017 W = 4000
In 2011 Women voted = 2240
In 2017 Women voted = 2800
In 2011 Men Voted = 4480
In 2017 Men Voted = 3920
Ratio = 8:7Incorrect
Answer – 2) 8:7
Explanation:
x *80/100 = (x+1200)*70/100
x = 8400
Population in 2011 = 8400 and 2017 =9600
In 2011: 8400 = M+W; in 2017: 9600= M+W
In 2011: 8400 = 5600+W; in 2017: 9600= 5600+W
In 2011 W = 2800; in 2017 W = 4000
In 2011 Women voted = 2240
In 2017 Women voted = 2800
In 2011 Men Voted = 4480
In 2017 Men Voted = 3920
Ratio = 8:7 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections. Q(2 – 6).Study the following Line graph and answer the following questions.
Note: Total Population = Men Population + Women Population
In Bengaluru, the total population in the years 2011 and 2017 are 8400 and 9200 respectively. If the sum of the Men voters in 2011 and 2017 together is 8280 and if Men are 55% of the total population in 2017 and 70% Women in 2017 voted then the number of Men voted in the year 2011 is?Correct
Answer – 2) 3358
Explanation:
Total population in 2011: 8400 = Men + women
Voters = 8400*65/100 = 5460
Men Voted + Women voted = 5460
Total population in 2017: 9200 = Men + women
Voters = 9200*85/100 = 7820
Men Voted + Women voted = 7820
Men Voted in (2011+2017) =8280
Women Voted in (2011+2017) =132808280 =5000
In 2017: Women population=9200*45/100 =4140
Women voted in 2017 = 4140*70/100 =2898
Women Voted in 2011 = 50002898 = 2102
Men Voted in 2011= 54602102 = 3358Incorrect
Answer – 2) 3358
Explanation:
Total population in 2011: 8400 = Men + women
Voters = 8400*65/100 = 5460
Men Voted + Women voted = 5460
Total population in 2017: 9200 = Men + women
Voters = 9200*85/100 = 7820
Men Voted + Women voted = 7820
Men Voted in (2011+2017) =8280
Women Voted in (2011+2017) =132808280 =5000
In 2017: Women population=9200*45/100 =4140
Women voted in 2017 = 4140*70/100 =2898
Women Voted in 2011 = 50002898 = 2102
Men Voted in 2011= 54602102 = 3358 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections. Q(2 – 6).Study the following Line graph and answer the following questions.
Note: Total Population = Men Population + Women Population
In Hyderabad Men Population in the year is 2011 is 4000. If 20% of Men didn’t vote. Number of Women voted is 2120. The number of women in the year 2011 in Hyderabad is?Correct
Answer – 1) 3600
Explanation:
Men =4000
Voted = 3200
Men voted +Women Voted = 3200+2120 = 5320
Total population = 5320*100/70 = 7600
Women = 76004000 =3600Incorrect
Answer – 1) 3600
Explanation:
Men =4000
Voted = 3200
Men voted +Women Voted = 3200+2120 = 5320
Total population = 5320*100/70 = 7600
Women = 76004000 =3600 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections. Q(2 – 6).Study the following Line graph and answer the following questions.
Note: Total Population = Men Population + Women Population
In Hyderabad, total population in the years 2011 and 2017 are 7600 and 8400 respectively. Number of Women voters in the year 2011 and in the year 2017 is equal, and Men in 2017 are 55% of the total population in 2017 and 70% Women in 2017 voted then the number of Men voted in the year 2011 is?Correct
Answer – 3) 2674
Explanation:
In 2011:
Men + women = 7600
Voters = 5320 = Men Voted + Women Voted
In 2017:
Men + women = 8400 Women = 45% of 8400 = 3780
Voters = 6720 = Men Voted + Women Voted
Women Voted = 3780*70/100 = 2646
Then Men Voted in 2011 = 53202646 = 2674Incorrect
Answer – 3) 2674
Explanation:
In 2011:
Men + women = 7600
Voters = 5320 = Men Voted + Women Voted
In 2017:
Men + women = 8400 Women = 45% of 8400 = 3780
Voters = 6720 = Men Voted + Women Voted
Women Voted = 3780*70/100 = 2646
Then Men Voted in 2011 = 53202646 = 2674 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat will be the cost of fencing of a circular park?
I)The area of the circular park is 1386 sq m
II)The cost of fencing is Rs 8 per metreCorrect
Answer – 5) If the data in both statement I & II together are necessary to answer the question.
Explanation:
From I & II Area of the circular park = π.r.r=1386
r=21
Perimeter of circular park = 2 π r= 924 m
Cost of fencing the circular park = 924 *8 = 7392Incorrect
Answer – 5) If the data in both statement I & II together are necessary to answer the question.
Explanation:
From I & II Area of the circular park = π.r.r=1386
r=21
Perimeter of circular park = 2 π r= 924 m
Cost of fencing the circular park = 924 *8 = 7392 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat was the percentage of discount given on the marked price of the mobile ?
Correct
Answer – 1) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question
Explanation:
From I: The selling price is Rs 14950 at 15% profit
So CP= (14950 *100)/115= Rs 13000
When no discount is allowed the profit becomes 30%
MP= 13000 * 130/100 = Rs 16900
% discount ={ (1690014950)*100}/16900
Hence only I is sufficient to answer the questionIncorrect
Answer – 1) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question
Explanation:
From I: The selling price is Rs 14950 at 15% profit
So CP= (14950 *100)/115= Rs 13000
When no discount is allowed the profit becomes 30%
MP= 13000 * 130/100 = Rs 16900
% discount ={ (1690014950)*100}/16900
Hence only I is sufficient to answer the question 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeAjit and Bala started a business by investing Rs. 10,000, Rs. 15,000 respectively. As per their rules the person who manages the business will get 10% of the total profit. Ajit took managing responsibilities of the business but after few months due to personal problems Ajit handed over the management to Bala. At the end of the year they made a total profit of Rs. 2400. Ajit got Rs. 964 out of it.
Quantity I: Number of months invested by Bala
Quantity II: Number of months invested by AjitCorrect
Answer – 1) Quantity I > Quantity II
Explanation:
Ajit invested for 5 months
Bala invested for 7 monthsIncorrect
Answer – 1) Quantity I > Quantity II
Explanation:
Ajit invested for 5 months
Bala invested for 7 months 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudePraveen divided Rs. 4702 among Ajay, Bharat and Chitra, and lent at 4% SI . The amount received by Praveen from them after 2 years, 3 years and 4 years respectively from Ajay, Bharat, and Chitra is equal.
Quantity I: Sum of money given to Bharat
Quantity II: Sum of money given to ChitraCorrect
Answer – 1) Quantity I> Quantity II
Explanation:
Bharat = 1566
Chitra = 1512Incorrect
Answer – 1) Quantity I> Quantity II
Explanation:
Bharat = 1566
Chitra = 1512
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