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##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q1-5). In a company, there’re six departments i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F. The line graph below shows the number of employees who work in these departments. Some of these employees were promoted which is shown by a table in percentage. Table also shows the ratio of male to female for the employees who got promotion. Few values are missing in the table.**

**Number of employees who got promotion from department A are how much more than the number of employees who got promotion from department D?**Correct**Answer- 3) 235**

Explanation-

Number of employees who got promotion from department A = 40% of 1350 = 540

Number of employees who got promotion from department D = 25% of 1220 = 305

Required difference = 540 – 305 = 235Incorrect**Answer- 3) 235**

Explanation-

Number of employees who got promotion from department A = 40% of 1350 = 540

Number of employees who got promotion from department D = 25% of 1220 = 305

Required difference = 540 – 305 = 235 - Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q1-5). In a company, there’re six departments i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F. The line graph below shows the number of employees who work in these departments. Some of these employees were promoted which is shown by a table in percentage. Table also shows the ratio of male to female for the employees who got promotion. Few values are missing in the table.**

**In department E, the number of females who got promotion are 69 more than that of males. Number of employees who promotion from department B are how much more than the number of employees who got promotion from department E?**Correct**Answer-3) 113**

Explanation-

Number of employees who got promotion from department E = 69/3 × 19 = 437

Number of employees who got promotion from department B = 27% of 1200 = 324

Required difference = 437 – 324 = 113Incorrect**Answer-3) 113**

Explanation-

Number of employees who got promotion from department E = 69/3 × 19 = 437

Number of employees who got promotion from department B = 27% of 1200 = 324

Required difference = 437 – 324 = 113 - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q1-5). In a company, there’re six departments i.e. A, B, C, D, E and F. The line graph below shows the number of employees who work in these departments. Some of these employees were promoted which is shown by a table in percentage. Table also shows the ratio of male to female for the employees who got promotion. Few values are missing in the table.**

**Total number of males who got promotion from departments C and F together are 674 and the number of females who got promotion from same departments together are 152. Number of employees who got promotion from department F are:**Correct**Answer- 1) 330**

Explanation-

Let the number of males and females who got promotion from department C are 7x and x respectively.

Also, let the number of males and females who got promotion from department F are 8y and 3y respectively.

According to question,

7x + 8y = 674

x + 3y = 152

By solving, we have,

x = 62, y = 30

Number of employees who got promotion from department F = 11y = 11× 30 = 330Incorrect**Answer- 1) 330**

Explanation-

Let the number of males and females who got promotion from department C are 7x and x respectively.

Also, let the number of males and females who got promotion from department F are 8y and 3y respectively.

According to question,

7x + 8y = 674

x + 3y = 152

By solving, we have,

x = 62, y = 30

Number of employees who got promotion from department F = 11y = 11× 30 = 330 - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**Number of females who got promotion from department D are 44% more than the number of males who got promotion from the same department. Number of employees who didn’t get the promotion from department D are how much more than the number of females who got promotion from the same department?**Correct**Answer- 5) 735**

Explanation-

Number of employees who got promotion from department D = 25% of 1220 = 305

Let the number of males who got promotion from department D are x.

Then, the number of females who got promotion from department D = 1.44x

We have, x + 1.44x = 305

2.44x = 305, x = 125

Number of females who got promotion from department D = 1.44 × 125 = 180

Number of employees who didn’t get promotion from department D = 75% of 1220 = 915

Required difference = 915 – 180 = 735Incorrect**Answer- 5) 735**

Explanation-

Number of employees who got promotion from department D = 25% of 1220 = 305

Let the number of males who got promotion from department D are x.

Then, the number of females who got promotion from department D = 1.44x

We have, x + 1.44x = 305

2.44x = 305, x = 125

Number of females who got promotion from department D = 1.44 × 125 = 180

Number of employees who didn’t get promotion from department D = 75% of 1220 = 915

Required difference = 915 – 180 = 735 - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**In department A, the number of employees who didn’t get the promotion are 490 more than the number of males who got promotion. Number of females who got promotion from department A are:**Correct**Answer- 1) 220**

Explanation-

Number of employees who didn’t get the promotion from department A = 60% of 1350 = 810

Number of males who got the promotion = 810 – 490 = 320

Number of employees who got promotion = 40% of 1350 = 540

Number of females who got promotion = 540 – 320 = 220Incorrect**Answer- 1) 220**

Explanation-

Number of employees who didn’t get the promotion from department A = 60% of 1350 = 810

Number of males who got the promotion = 810 – 490 = 320

Number of employees who got promotion = 40% of 1350 = 540

Number of females who got promotion = 540 – 320 = 220 - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q6-10). In a family, there’re five people i.e. A, B, X, Y and Z. All of them are employed and earn different amount of money. The pie chart below shows everyone’s income out of the total income of family in percentage. Second pie chart shows the money spent by family for the different requirements in percentage. (Note: Income of each member and expenditure on different requirements can change every month. However, percentage of their income and percentage expenditure on different requirements remain same)**

**Total income of the family in one of the months is Rs 82000 and the money spent on insurance in that month is Rs 8550. Entire money spent on entertainment in that month was taken from X’s income and rest of his money was put in the savings. How much of X’s income was put in the savings?**Correct**Answer- 2) Rs 21500**

Explanation-

Income of X in that month = 35% of 82000 = Rs 28700

Money spent on entertainment = 8550/19 × 16 = Rs 7200

Income of X that was put in the savings = 28700 – 7200 = Rs 21500Incorrect**Answer- 2) Rs 21500**

Explanation-

Income of X in that month = 35% of 82000 = Rs 28700

Money spent on entertainment = 8550/19 × 16 = Rs 7200

Income of X that was put in the savings = 28700 – 7200 = Rs 21500 - Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q6-10). In a family, there’re five people i.e. A, B, X, Y and Z. All of them are employed and earn different amount of money. The pie chart below shows everyone’s income out of the total income of family in percentage. Second pie chart shows the money spent by family for the different requirements in percentage. (Note: Income of each member and expenditure on different requirements can change every month. However, percentage of their income and percentage expenditure on different requirements remain same)**

**The money spent on transportation in March is Rs 13500. 25% of it is taken from the incomes of B and X together which is equal to 6% of the total incomes of B and X together. What was the income of Z for the month of March?**Correct**Answer- 4) Rs 26718.75**

Explanation-

Total income of B and X together = 25% of 13500/6 × 100 = Rs 56250

Income of Z = 56250/40 × 19 = Rs 26718.75Incorrect**Answer- 4) Rs 26718.75**

Explanation-

Total income of B and X together = 25% of 13500/6 × 100 = Rs 56250

Income of Z = 56250/40 × 19 = Rs 26718.75 - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude**Directions (Q6-10). In a family, there’re five people i.e. A, B, X, Y and Z. All of them are employed and earn different amount of money. The pie chart below shows everyone’s income out of the total income of family in percentage. Second pie chart shows the money spent by family for the different requirements in percentage. (Note: Income of each member and expenditure on different requirements can change every month. However, percentage of their income and percentage expenditure on different requirements remain same)**

**In April, total income and total expenditure of the family were equal. If the expenditure of the family on others in April was Rs 12480, what was the income of Y in that month?**Correct**Answer- 4) Rs 27840**

Explanation-

Total expenditure of the family for the month of April = 12480/13 × 100 = Rs 96000

Therefore,

Income of family in April = Rs 96000

Income of Y in April = 29% of 96000 = Rs 27840Incorrect**Answer- 4) Rs 27840**

Explanation-

Total expenditure of the family for the month of April = 12480/13 × 100 = Rs 96000

Therefore,

Income of family in April = Rs 96000

Income of Y in April = 29% of 96000 = Rs 27840 - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**In one of the months, the difference between the income of A and expenditure on healthcare was Rs 3600 (former is larger) and difference between the income of B and expenditure on insurance was Rs 1880 (latter is larger). What was the total expenditure of the family on entertainment and others together in that month?**Correct**Answer- 2) Rs 15080**

Explanation-

Let the total income of the family for this month is Rs m and the total expenditure is Rs n.

We have,

12% of m – 30% of n = 3600

0.12m – 0.3n = 3600

Also,

19% of n – 5% of m = 1880

0.19n – 0.05m = 1880

By solving both equations, we have,

m = Rs 160000, n = Rs 52000

Total expenditure of family on entertainment and others together = 29% of 52000 = Rs 15080Incorrect**Answer- 2) Rs 15080**

Explanation-

Let the total income of the family for this month is Rs m and the total expenditure is Rs n.

We have,

12% of m – 30% of n = 3600

0.12m – 0.3n = 3600

Also,

19% of n – 5% of m = 1880

0.19n – 0.05m = 1880

By solving both equations, we have,

m = Rs 160000, n = Rs 52000

Total expenditure of family on entertainment and others together = 29% of 52000 = Rs 15080 - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude

**In August, the income of Z was Rs 19380 and expenditure on food was Rs 4880. Approximately how much percent of the money is saved by the family in August?**Correct**Answer- 5) 40%**

Explanation-

Total income of family for August = 19380/19 × 100 = Rs 102000

Total expenditure of family for August = 4880/8 × 100 = Rs 61000

Total savings = 102000 – 61000 = Rs 41000

Required percentage = 41000/102000 × 100 = 40% (approx.)Incorrect**Answer- 5) 40%**

Explanation-

Total income of family for August = 19380/19 × 100 = Rs 102000

Total expenditure of family for August = 4880/8 × 100 = Rs 61000

Total savings = 102000 – 61000 = Rs 41000

Required percentage = 41000/102000 × 100 = 40% (approx.)

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