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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection:Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A professor in a management institute wanted to form the question paper for the final examination of the Operations Management course. The examination had a total of four questions and he had to choose these questions from a set of ten questions – Q1 to Q10 – that had appeared in previous examinations. For each of these questions, he had information regarding the number of students that had attempted the question in the previous examinations and the number of students that were able to correctly answer the question. Using this information, he first decided to categorize each of the ten questions into one of five possible levels of difficulty –Very Difficult (VD), Difficult (D), Medium (M), Easy (E), Very Easy (VE) – based on the percentage of students who had attempted the question but were NOT able to answer the question correctly.
Further, the overall difficulty level of any set of questions is determined based on the following percentage:
The barchart given below, shows for each of the ten questions, the information about the number of students that had attempted the question and the number of students who were able to answer it correctly. The table below the chart shows the criteria based on which the questions were classified into different levels of difficulty.
Among the following sets of questions,which set of questions has the maximum overall difficult level?
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Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection:Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A professor in a management institute wanted to form the question paper for the final examination of the Operations Management course. The examination had a total of four questions and he had to choose these questions from a set of ten questions – Q1 to Q10 – that had appeared in previous examinations. For each of these questions, he had information regarding the number of students that had attempted the question in the previous examinations and the number of students that were able to correctly answer the question. Using this information, he first decided to categorize each of the ten questions into one of five possible levels of difficulty –Very Difficult (VD), Difficult (D), Medium (M), Easy (E), Very Easy (VE) – based on the percentage of students who had attempted the question but were NOT able to answer the question correctly.
Further, the overall difficulty level of any set of questions is determined based on the following percentage:
The barchart given below, shows for each of the ten questions, the information about the number of students that had attempted the question and the number of students who were able to answer it correctly. The table below the chart shows the criteria based on which the questions were classified into different levels of difficulty.
In how many ways can the professor select the four questions such that the overall difficulty level of the examination is Very Difficult?
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Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection:Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A professor in a management institute wanted to form the question paper for the final examination of the Operations Management course. The examination had a total of four questions and he had to choose these questions from a set of ten questions – Q1 to Q10 – that had appeared in previous examinations. For each of these questions, he had information regarding the number of students that had attempted the question in the previous examinations and the number of students that were able to correctly answer the question. Using this information, he first decided to categorize each of the ten questions into one of five possible levels of difficulty –Very Difficult (VD), Difficult (D), Medium (M), Easy (E), Very Easy (VE) – based on the percentage of students who had attempted the question but were NOT able to answer the question correctly.
Further, the overall difficulty level of any set of questions is determined based on the following percentage:
The barchart given below, shows for each of the ten questions, the information about the number of students that had attempted the question and the number of students who were able to answer it correctly. The table below the chart shows the criteria based on which the questions were classified into different levels of difficulty.
If the professor wanted to form the easiest possible paper, which set of questions should he choose?
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Incorrect
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Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection:Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A professor in a management institute wanted to form the question paper for the final examination of the Operations Management course. The examination had a total of four questions and he had to choose these questions from a set of ten questions – Q1 to Q10 – that had appeared in previous examinations. For each of these questions, he had information regarding the number of students that had attempted the question in the previous examinations and the number of students that were able to correctly answer the question. Using this information, he first decided to categorize each of the ten questions into one of five possible levels of difficulty –Very Difficult (VD), Difficult (D), Medium (M), Easy (E), Very Easy (VE) – based on the percentage of students who had attempted the question but were NOT able to answer the question correctly.
Further, the overall difficulty level of any set of questions is determined based on the following percentage:
The barchart given below, shows for each of the ten questions, the information about the number of students that had attempted the question and the number of students who were able to answer it correctly. The table below the chart shows the criteria based on which the questions were classified into different levels of difficulty.
How many students solved Q1 ?
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Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection:Q(15) Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions
A professor in a management institute wanted to form the question paper for the final examination of the Operations Management course. The examination had a total of four questions and he had to choose these questions from a set of ten questions – Q1 to Q10 – that had appeared in previous examinations. For each of these questions, he had information regarding the number of students that had attempted the question in the previous examinations and the number of students that were able to correctly answer the question. Using this information, he first decided to categorize each of the ten questions into one of five possible levels of difficulty –Very Difficult (VD), Difficult (D), Medium (M), Easy (E), Very Easy (VE) – based on the percentage of students who had attempted the question but were NOT able to answer the question correctly.
Further, the overall difficulty level of any set of questions is determined based on the following percentage:
The barchart given below, shows for each of the ten questions, the information about the number of students that had attempted the question and the number of students who were able to answer it correctly. The table below the chart shows the criteria based on which the questions were classified into different levels of difficulty.
How many students solved Q3?
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeNeeru and Siva invested Rs. 1600 and Rs. 1200 respectively. After 3 months, Neeru withdrew Rs. 500 while Siva invested Rs. 500 more. After 3 more months Shivani joins the business with a capital of Rs. 2100. The share of Siva exceeds that of Shivani, out of a total profit of Rs. 2640 after one year by
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Explanation:
Neeru:Siva: Shivani= (1600*3 + 1100*9):(1200*3 + 1700*9):(2100*6 )
= 147:189:126 = 7:9:6
Difference of Siva and Shivani shares =
Rs. [2640 * (9/22) — 2640 * (6/22))
= Rs. 360Incorrect
Explanation:
Neeru:Siva: Shivani= (1600*3 + 1100*9):(1200*3 + 1700*9):(2100*6 )
= 147:189:126 = 7:9:6
Difference of Siva and Shivani shares =
Rs. [2640 * (9/22) — 2640 * (6/22))
= Rs. 360 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeFind the area of trapezium whose parallel sides are 12 cm and 17 cm long, and the distance between them is 13
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Explanation:
Area=1/2*(12+17)*13Incorrect
Explanation:
Area=1/2*(12+17)*13 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThere are four numbers.First is 10 percent of second,second is of 15 percent of third,fourthis 20 percent of third.How are first and fourth related.
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Explanation:
Let’s numbers be a,b,c,d
A=10b/100
B=15c/100
D=20c/100Incorrect
Explanation:
Let’s numbers be a,b,c,d
A=10b/100
B=15c/100
D=20c/100 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThree vessels containing sugar solutions the concentrations of sugar as 0.5, 0.25 and 0.75 respectively. Six litres from the first, fourlitres from the second and 12litres from the third are mixed. What is the ratio of water and sugar in the resultant mixture?
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Explanation:
6*0.5+4*0.75+12*0.25/6*0.5+4*0.25+12*0.75=9/13Incorrect
Explanation:
6*0.5+4*0.75+12*0.25/6*0.5+4*0.25+12*0.75=9/13 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA and B together can complete a task in 9 days. B and C together can complete the same task in 16 days. A and C together can complete the same task in 6 days. If A worked alone for 2 days, then B worked alone for 14 days, and then C worked alone for 4 days, what percentage of the task remains to be completed?
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