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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
If the ratio number of employees likes Cricket, Hockey and Tennis from D is 2:3:1, then what is the average number of employees likes cricket from all the companies together?
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Answer: e)
Number of employees likes cricket from A = 15000 * 35/100 = 5250
Number of employees likes cricket from B = 15/100 * 18000 = 2700
Number of employees likes cricket from C = 35/100 * 12000 = 4200
Number of employees likes cricket from E = 16/100 * 7500 = 1200
Number of employees likes cricket from D = 60/100 * 12500 * 2/6 = 2500
If the ratio of the number of employees likes Golf in A and E is 6:5 and the total number of employees likes Tennis in all the companies together is 3025 less than the total number of employees likes Golf in all the companies together, then what is the number of employees likes Tennis in D?
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Answer: c)
Number of employees likes golf from A = 6/5 * 20/100 * 7500 = 1800
Number of employees likes golf from B = 20/100 * 18000 = 3600
Number of employees likes golf from C = 15/100 * 12000 = 1800
Number of employees likes golf from D = 12500 * 25/100 = 3125
Number of employees likes golf from E = 20/100 * 7500 = 1500
Total number of employees likes golf = 1800 + 3600 + 1800 + 3125 + 1500 = 11825
Total number of employees like Tennis = 11825 – 3025 = 8800
Number of employees likes Tennis from A = 10/100 * 15000 = 1500
Number of employees likes Tennis from B = 15/100 * 18000 = 2700
Number of employees likes Tennis from C = 12000 * 10/100 = 1200
Number of employees likes Tennis from E = 12/100 * 7500 = 900
Number of employees likes Tennis from D = 8800 – 1500 – 2700 – 1200 – 900 = 2500
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Answer: c)
Number of employees likes golf from A = 6/5 * 20/100 * 7500 = 1800
Number of employees likes golf from B = 20/100 * 18000 = 3600
Number of employees likes golf from C = 15/100 * 12000 = 1800
Number of employees likes golf from D = 12500 * 25/100 = 3125
Number of employees likes golf from E = 20/100 * 7500 = 1500
Total number of employees likes golf = 1800 + 3600 + 1800 + 3125 + 1500 = 11825
Total number of employees like Tennis = 11825 – 3025 = 8800
Number of employees likes Tennis from A = 10/100 * 15000 = 1500
Number of employees likes Tennis from B = 15/100 * 18000 = 2700
Number of employees likes Tennis from C = 12000 * 10/100 = 1200
Number of employees likes Tennis from E = 12/100 * 7500 = 900
Number of employees likes Tennis from D = 8800 – 1500 – 2700 – 1200 – 900 = 2500
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
If the ratio of the number of employees likes Football from E and D is 3:5, then what is the ratio of the number of employees likes Hockey in E to the number of employees likes Cricket from C?
Correct
Answer: e)
Number of the employees likes Football in E = 3/5 * 12500 * 15/100 = 1125
% percentage of employees like Football in E = 1125/7500 * 100 = 15%
Number of employees likes Hockey from E = 37/100 * 7500 = 2775
Required ratio = 2775:35 * 120
= 115: 168
Incorrect
Answer: e)
Number of the employees likes Football in E = 3/5 * 12500 * 15/100 = 1125
% percentage of employees like Football in E = 1125/7500 * 100 = 15%
Number of employees likes Hockey from E = 37/100 * 7500 = 2775
Required ratio = 2775:35 * 120
= 115: 168
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
If the ratio of the number of male to female employees likes Hockey in B is 7:8 and the ratio of the male to female employees likes Cricket in C is 4:3, then what is the difference between the number of male employees likes Hockey and cricket in B and C together and female employees likes Hockey and cricket in B and C together?
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Answer: b)
Number of male employees likes hockey in B = 30/100 * 18000 * 7/15 = 2520
Number of female employees likes hockey in B = 30/100 * 18000 * 8/15 = 2880
Number of male employees likes cricket in C = 12000 * 35/100 * 4/7 = 2400
Number of female employees likes cricket in C = 12000 * 35/100 * 3/7 = 1800
What is the ratio of the number of employees like golf in D to the number of employees likes cricket in E?
Correct
Answer: e)
Required ratio = 125*25:75*16
= 125:48
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Answer: e)
Required ratio = 125*25:75*16
= 125:48
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
8 years ago the average ages of A and B is 31 years and the present age of A is 12 years less than the average of the ages of B and C 6 years hence. If B is 24 years elder than C, then find C’s age after 2 years?
Correct
Answer: a)
A + B = 31 * 2 + 16 = 78———-(1)
(B + 6 + C + 6)/2 – A = 12
B + C – 2A = 12——–(2)
B – C = 24———–(3)
(2) + (3)
2B – 2A = 36
B – A = 18——-(4)
(4) + (1)
2B = 96
B = 48 years
C = 48 – 24 = 24 years
C’s age after 2 years = 24 + 2 = 26 years
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Answer: a)
A + B = 31 * 2 + 16 = 78———-(1)
(B + 6 + C + 6)/2 – A = 12
B + C – 2A = 12——–(2)
B – C = 24———–(3)
(2) + (3)
2B – 2A = 36
B – A = 18——-(4)
(4) + (1)
2B = 96
B = 48 years
C = 48 – 24 = 24 years
C’s age after 2 years = 24 + 2 = 26 years
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
If the ratio of the radius to slanting height of the cone is 3:5 and volume of the cylinder is equal to the volume of the cone. If the radius of the cylinder is 4 cm and the height of the cylinder is equal to the side of the square whose perimeter is 192 cm, then what is the curved surface area of the cone?
Correct
Answer: c)
Height of the cone = √(5x^{2} – 3x^{2}) = 4x
Volume of the cone = 1/3 * 22/7 * r^{2} * h
Volume of the cylinder = 22/7 * r^{2} * h
Side of the square = 192/4 = 48
Height of the cylinder = 12
1/3 * 22/7 * 3x * 3x * 4x = 22/7 * 4 * 4 * 48
x = 4 cm
Radius of the cone = 3 * 4 = 12 cm
Slating height of the cone = 5 * 4 = 20 cm
CSA of the cone = 22/7 * r * l
= 22/7 * 12 * 20 = 240∏
Incorrect
Answer: c)
Height of the cone = √(5x^{2} – 3x^{2}) = 4x
Volume of the cone = 1/3 * 22/7 * r^{2} * h
Volume of the cylinder = 22/7 * r^{2} * h
Side of the square = 192/4 = 48
Height of the cylinder = 12
1/3 * 22/7 * 3x * 3x * 4x = 22/7 * 4 * 4 * 48
x = 4 cm
Radius of the cone = 3 * 4 = 12 cm
Slating height of the cone = 5 * 4 = 20 cm
CSA of the cone = 22/7 * r * l
= 22/7 * 12 * 20 = 240∏
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Vivek and Sunil started the business with the investment in the ratio of 5:2 and after 6 months Sunil withdrew half of his initial investment. At the end of one year Vivek and Sunil gets Rs.4000 and Rs.1500 from the total profit obtained for managing the business and the profit ratio of Vivek and Sunil is 3:1. What is the total profit obtained at the end of year?
Correct
Answer: b)
Profit ratio of Vivek and Sunil = 5x * 12:(2x * 6 + x * 6)
= 10:3
Total profit = (13x + 4000 + 1500) = 13x + 5500
(10x + 4000)/(3x + 1500) = 3/1
9x + 4500 = 10x + 4000
x = 500
Total profit = 13 * 500 + 5500 = 12000
Incorrect
Answer: b)
Profit ratio of Vivek and Sunil = 5x * 12:(2x * 6 + x * 6)
= 10:3
Total profit = (13x + 4000 + 1500) = 13x + 5500
(10x + 4000)/(3x + 1500) = 3/1
9x + 4500 = 10x + 4000
x = 500
Total profit = 13 * 500 + 5500 = 12000
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Ratio of the monthly income of A to B is 4:3 and the ratio of the monthly income of B to C is 2:1. If the difference between the C’s monthly income and his savings is Rs.12000 and the saving’s of C is half of his expenditure, then what is the average of the income of A, B and C?
Correct
Answer: a)
C’s income = x
Expenditure = y
Savings = s
x = y + s
y + s – s = 12000
y = 12000
Savings = 12000 * ½ = 6000
x = 12000 + 6000 = 18000
B’s income = 2/1 * 18000 = 36000
A’s income = 4/3 * 36000 = 48000
Average income of A, B and C = (48000 + 36000 + 18000)/3 = 34000
Incorrect
Answer: a)
C’s income = x
Expenditure = y
Savings = s
x = y + s
y + s – s = 12000
y = 12000
Savings = 12000 * ½ = 6000
x = 12000 + 6000 = 18000
B’s income = 2/1 * 18000 = 36000
A’s income = 4/3 * 36000 = 48000
Average income of A, B and C = (48000 + 36000 + 18000)/3 = 34000
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
If the marked price of the mobile is Rs.6000 more than the money Rajesh had but the shopkeeper offers two successive discounts 10% and 5% respectively. Now he left with him Rs.9370. What is the marked price of the mobile?
Correct
Answer: a)
Rajesh have = x
MP of the mobile = x + 6000
(x + 6000) * 90/100 * 95/100 + 9370 = x
0.855x + 5130 + 9370 = x
x = 100000
MP of mobile = 100000 + 6000 = 106000
Incorrect
Answer: a)
Rajesh have = x
MP of the mobile = x + 6000
(x + 6000) * 90/100 * 95/100 + 9370 = x
0.855x + 5130 + 9370 = x
x = 100000
MP of mobile = 100000 + 6000 = 106000
Data Interpretation
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
The given table shows the number of employees likes five different games in different companies.
1) If the ratio number of employees likes Cricket, Hockey and Tennis from D is 2:3:1, then what is the average number of employees likes cricket from all the companies together?
a) 3352
b) 3868
c) 4139
d) 5891
e) None of these
2) If the ratio of the number of employees likes Golf in A and E is 6:5 and the total number of employees likes Tennis in all the companies together is 3025 less than the total number of employees likes Golf in all the companies together, then what is the number of employees likes Tennis in D?
a) 1250
b) 1875
c) 2500
d) 3125
e) None of these
3) If the ratio of the number of employees likes Football from E and D is 3:5, then what is the ratio of the number of employees likes Hockey in E to the number of employees likes Cricket from C?
a) 37:26
b) 39:25
c) 31:26
d) 35:24
e) None of these
4) If the ratio of the number of male to female employees likes Hockey in B is 7:8 and the ratio of the male to female employees likes Cricket in C is 4:3, then what is the difference between the number of male employees likes Hockey and cricket in B and C together and female employees likes Hockey and cricket in B and C together?
a) 220
b) 240
c) 250
d) 270
e) None of these
5) What is the ratio of the number of employees like golf in D to the number of employees likes cricket in E?
a) 42:16
b) 21:8
c) 99:73
d) 111:103
e) None of these
Application Sums
6) 8 years ago the average ages of A and B is 31 years and the present age of A is 12 years less than the average of the ages of B and C 6 years hence. If B is 24 years elder than C, then find C’s age after 2 years?
a) 26 years
b) 28 years
c) 24 years
d) 22 years
e) None of these
7) If the ratio of the radius to slanting height of the cone is 3:5 and volume of the cylinder is equal to the volume of the cone. If the radius of the cylinder is 4 cm and the height of the cylinder is equal to the side of the square whose perimeter is 192 cm, then what is the curved surface area of the cone?
a) 90∏
b) 180∏
c) 240∏
d) Cannot be determine
e) None of these
8) Vivek and Sunil started the business with the investment in the ratio of 5:2 and after 6 months Sunil withdrew half of his initial investment. At the end of one year Vivek and Sunil gets Rs.4000 and Rs.1500 from the total profit obtained for managing the business and the profit ratio of Vivek and Sunil is 3:1. What is the total profit obtained at the end of year?
a) Rs.10000
b) Rs.12000
c) Rs.14000
d) Rs.16000
e) None of these
9) Ratio of the monthly income of A to B is 4:3 and the ratio of the monthly income of B to C is 2:1. If the difference between the C’s monthly income and his savings is Rs.12000 and the saving’s of C is half of his expenditure, then what is the average of the income of A, B and C?
a) Rs.34000
b) Rs.31000
d) Rs.27000
d) Rs.29000
e) None of these
10) If the marked price of the mobile is Rs.6000 more than the money Rajesh had but the shopkeeper offers two successive discounts 10% and 5% respectively. Now he left with him Rs.9370. What is the marked price of the mobile?
a) Rs.106000
b) Rs.108000
c) Rs.110000
d) Rs.120000
e) None of these
Answers:
Directions (1-5):
1) Answer: e)
Number of employees likes cricket from A = 15000 * 35/100 = 5250
Number of employees likes cricket from B = 15/100 * 18000 = 2700
Number of employees likes cricket from C = 35/100 * 12000 = 4200
Number of employees likes cricket from E = 16/100 * 7500 = 1200
Number of employees likes cricket from D = 60/100 * 12500 * 2/6 = 2500