## Clerical Quant Practice test 10

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# Online Practice Test – 10

- Quantitative Aptitude (Ques 1 to 30)

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- Question 1 of 30
##### 1. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it.**

In a school of 2500 students, all the students have enrolled for different games viz. hockey, table-tennis, badminton, football, cricket, chess and carom. The respective ratio of girls to boys in the school is 3 : 2. 20% of the boys play only cricket. 25% of the girls play table-tennis, badminton and carom only. 26.8% of the boys play only football. The number of girls playing only cricket is 175% of the boys playing the same. The respective ratio of girls and boys playing only chess is 12 : 11. 25.7% of the boys play hockey, table-tennis and carom only. One-fourth of the girls play only badminton. The remaining girls play football and hockey only. The remaining boys play only chess.How many students play more than one game?CorrectIncorrect - Question 2 of 30
##### 2. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it.**

In a school of 2500 students, all the students have enrolled for different games viz. hockey, table-tennis, badminton, football, cricket, chess and carom. The respective ratio of girls to boys in the school is 3 : 2. 20% of the boys play only cricket. 25% of the girls play table-tennis, badminton and carom only. 26.8% of the boys play only football. The number of girls playing only cricket is 175% of the boys playing the same. The respective ratio of girls and boys playing only chess is 12 : 11. 25.7% of the boys play hockey, table-tennis and carom only. One-fourth of the girls play only badminton. The remaining girls play football and hockey only. The remaining boys play only chess.The total number of students playing hockey is what per cent of the total number of students in the school?Correct

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- Question 3 of 30
##### 3. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it.**

In a school of 2500 students, all the students have enrolled for different games viz. hockey, table-tennis, badminton, football, cricket, chess and carom. The respective ratio of girls to boys in the school is 3 : 2. 20% of the boys play only cricket. 25% of the girls play table-tennis, badminton and carom only. 26.8% of the boys play only football. The number of girls playing only cricket is 175% of the boys playing the same. The respective ratio of girls and boys playing only chess is 12 : 11. 25.7% of the boys play hockey, table-tennis and carom only. One-fourth of the girls play only badminton. The remaining girls play football and hockey only. The remaining boys play only chess.What is the respective ratio of total number of boys playing chess to the total number of girls playing badminton?Correct

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- Question 4 of 30
##### 4. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it.**

In a school of 2500 students, all the students have enrolled for different games viz. hockey, table-tennis, badminton, football, cricket, chess and carom. The respective ratio of girls to boys in the school is 3 : 2. 20% of the boys play only cricket. 25% of the girls play table-tennis, badminton and carom only. 26.8% of the boys play only football. The number of girls playing only cricket is 175% of the boys playing the same. The respective ratio of girls and boys playing only chess is 12 : 11. 25.7% of the boys play hockey, table-tennis and carom only. One-fourth of the girls play only badminton. The remaining girls play football and hockey only. The remaining boys play only chess.What is the total number of students playing any 1 or more than 1 of the games out of football, cricket and table-tennis?Correct

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- Question 5 of 30
##### 5. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it.**

In a school of 2500 students, all the students have enrolled for different games viz. hockey, table-tennis, badminton, football, cricket, chess and carom. The respective ratio of girls to boys in the school is 3 : 2. 20% of the boys play only cricket. 25% of the girls play table-tennis, badminton and carom only. 26.8% of the boys play only football. The number of girls playing only cricket is 175% of the boys playing the same. The respective ratio of girls and boys playing only chess is 12 : 11. 25.7% of the boys play hockey, table-tennis and carom only. One-fourth of the girls play only badminton. The remaining girls play football and hockey only. The remaining boys play only chess.How many students play carrom?Correct

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- Question 6 of 30
##### 6. Question

Category: Quant**Equation number I and II are given. You have to solve both the questions and answer.**1.

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Category: Quant**Equation number I and II are given. You have to solve both the questions and answer.**1.

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Category: Quant**Equation number I and II are given. You have to solve both the questions and answer.**1.

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Category: Quant**Equation number I and II are given. You have to solve both the questions and answer.**1.

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##### 10. Question

Category: Quant**Equation number I and II are given. You have to solve both the questions and answer.**1.

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##### 11. Question

Category: Quant**Study the tables carefully to answer the questions that follow:**Find the difference between total candidates qualified from Delhi in the 2 years together and the candidates failed from Haryana in 2 years together.

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##### 12. Question

Category: Quant**Study the tables carefully to answer the questions that follow:**The difference between candidates qualified and candidates failed from Punjab in 2011 is what percent of the difference between candidates qualified and candidates failed from the same state in 2012.

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##### 13. Question

Category: Quant**Study the tables carefully to answer the questions that follow:**Find the ratio of number of candidate qualified from UP and MP together in 2011 and the number of candidates failed from Delhi and UP together in 2012.

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##### 14. Question

Category: Quant**Study the tables carefully to answer the questions that follow:**Find the difference between average number of candidates appeared from the given states in 2011 and the same in 2012. (round off to nearest integer)

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##### 15. Question

Category: Quant**Study the tables carefully to answer the questions that follow:**Find the total number of candidates qualified from all states together in 2011.

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##### 16. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following graph carefully and answer these questions.**The following bar graph shows the budget allocation (in Rs. crore) for education in three states A, B and C from year 2008 -12.

What per cent is the average budget of B during 2008 to 2012, that of average budget of A through all these years ? (approximate)

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##### 17. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following graph carefully and answer these questions.**The following bar graph shows the budget allocation (in Rs. crore) for education in three states A, B and C from year 2008 -12.

In 2012, state B allocated 35% of the budget for boys. In 2013, this was proposed to be increased by 35% of the allocation for boys in 2012. With no other change, what is the per cent increase in budget allocation of state B for 2013 with reference to that of 2012 ?

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##### 18. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following graph carefully and answer these questions.**The following bar graph shows the budget allocation (in Rs. crore) for education in three states A, B and C from year 2008 -12.

In 2011, state A spent three-fourth of the allocated budget for girls. From this amount, money spent for school education and higher education of girls was in the ratio 20 : 21. How much money was spent for higher education of girls ?

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##### 19. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following graph carefully and answer these questions.**There is an increase of 13% in the budget allocation of state C in 2013 as compared to the average budget allocation from 2009 to 2012 to state C. Find increase/ decrease in the allocation from 2012 ?

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##### 20. Question

Category: Quant**Study the following graph carefully and answer these questions.**A total of Rs. 67.3 crore was spent on primary education in state B in 2008. This included 23% of the total allocated amount for 2008 for state B and the remaining amount was borne by NGOs. The amount shared by NGOs is 110% of its previous year share in state B. About how much did the NGOs contributed in the previous year ?(approx..)

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##### 21. Question

Category: QuantAnkit travels from New Delhi to Patna. He stops at equidistant places, i.e., Lucknow and Mirzapur during his journey. He covers the ﬁrst one third distance at a speed of 50 km/h, the 2nd one third distance at a speed of 40 km/h and the last one third distance ata speed of60 km/h. However, while returning, his uniform speed is 75 km/h and he stops only at Jaunpur, which is exactly at the mid-point between New Delhi and Patna. What is the approximate average speed (in km/h) of Ankit during the whole journey, not considering his halt time?

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##### 22. Question

Category: QuantBrian Lara, the famous batsman, scored 6,000 runs in certain number of innings. In the next ﬁve innings he was out of form and hence, could make only a total of 90 runs, as a result of which his average fell by 2 runs. How many innings did he play in all, if he getout in all the innings?

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##### 23. Question

Category: QuantIn an election, 10% of the voters on the voter’s list did not cast their votes and 60 voters cast their ballot papers blank. There were only two candidates. The winner was supported by 47% of all voters in the list and he got 308 votes more than his rival. The number of voters on the list were

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##### 24. Question

Category: QuantA city had a population of 30, 00, 000 in the beginning of 1999. Its average growth rate is 4% per year, but due to a massive earthquake in 2001, its population is reduced by 8% in that year. But it again maintained the same growth rate of 4% in following years. What will be the approx. population of the city at the end of 2003? (round off to next integer)

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##### 25. Question

Category: QuantTwenty-ﬁve men are employed to do a piece of work in 24 days. After 15 days, 10 more men are engaged and the work was ﬁnished a day earlier than actually planned. In what time could they ﬁnish the work if extra men were not employed?

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##### 26. Question

Category: QuantA piece of work can be done by A and B in l0 days ,by B and C in 15 days and by C and A in 20 days. All three worked for 6 days and then A withdrew. B and C worked for another 4 days and then B stopped working. How many more days will C take to complete the remaining work?

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##### 27. Question

Category: QuantExcluding stoppages, the speed of a bus is 54 km/h and including stoppages it is 45 km/h. What is the stoppage time of the bus (in minutes) per h?

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##### 28. Question

Category: QuantOut of the three given numbers, the first number is twice the second and thrice the third. If the average of the three numbers is 154, what is the difference between the first and the third number?

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##### 29. Question

Category: QuantThe ratio of difference between compound interest and simple interest for 3 years to the difference between compound interest and simple interest for 2 years. 19 : 6. What is the rate percent per annum?1.

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##### 30. Question

Category: QuantA man with a sum of Rs. 2602/ – wants to deposit this sum into the bank in the account of his two sons so that both will get equal money after 5 years And 7 years Respectively at the rate of 4% compounded annually. Find the part of amount deposited into the account of first son(whose share was deposited for 5 years).

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