Set 05 Mains Clerical Quant
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Question 1 of 50
1. Question
Category: QuantA person bought some articles and sold 80% of them at the price he paid for total articles. He sold the remaining articles at 10% profit. If the total profit is 1386 Rs. then find the cost price of the all articles.
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Question 2 of 50
2. Question
Category: QuantRam borrow a sum of Rs. 6300 from Sita at the rate of 14% per annum for 3 years. He added some more money in it and lent it to Geeta at 16% per annum for 3 years. In this process he earn a total profit of Rs. 618. Find how much amount does he added ?
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Question 3 of 50
3. Question
Category: QuantIf equal amount invested in two different scheme for same period of time but with different rate of interest, then interest earn is in ratio of 4 : 3. If same amount invested in another scheme with 14% rate for half of time,it gives same interest as previous both schemes together gives. If difference between simple interest earned from both scheme is 150, then find the time and amount invested.
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Question 4 of 50
4. Question
Category: QuantRashmi had Rs. 4200. She invested some of it in scheme A for 4 years and rest of the money she invested in scheme B for two years. Scheme A offers simple interest at a rate of 22% p.a. and scheme B offers compound interest (compounded annually) at a rate of 10% p.a. If the interest received from scheme A is Rs. 1516 more than the interest received from Scheme B, what was the sum invested by her in scheme A ?
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Question 5 of 50
5. Question
Category: QuantPoorvi’s age 8 years ago is equal to the sum of present ages of her son and her daughter. 5 years hence, the ratio between her daughter’s age and her son’s age will be 7 : 6 respectively. Poorvi’s husband is 7 years elder than her. His husband’s present age is thrice the present age of his son. What is their daughter’s present age ?
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Question 6 of 50
6. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows the speed of boat on different days. Study the chart carefully and answer the following questions
Note: There is only one boat and its speed is independent of the efficiency of the person rowing it.
Sum of speed of boat on all days together = 80 km/hAmit covered 266 km in downstream on Tuesday in 2 hours more than time taken by him to cover 132 km in downstream on Saturday. In how much time Amit can cover 161 km in downstream on Wednesday if speed of stream is same and less than 10 km/h throughout the week?
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Question 7 of 50
7. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows the speed of boat on different days. Study the chart carefully and answer the following questions
Note: There is only one boat and its speed is independent of the efficiency of the person rowing it.
Sum of speed of boat on all days together = 80 km/hIf ratio of downstream speed to upstream speed is 3:2 on Friday. It took 7.5 hour more to cover certain distance in upstream then that of to cover same distance in downstream. In how much time same distance can be covered on Monday in downstream if speed of stream is same throughout the week?
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Question 8 of 50
8. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows the speed of boat on different days. Study the chart carefully and answer the following questions
Note: There is only one boat and its speed is independent of the efficiency of the person rowing it.
Sum of speed of boat on all days together = 80 km/hUpstream speed of the boat on Thursday is 8 km/h. How much more time it will take to cover 248 km downstream than 156 km upstream on Thursday?
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Question 9 of 50
9. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows the speed of boat on different days. Study the chart carefully and answer the following questions
Note: There is only one boat and its speed is independent of the efficiency of the person rowing it.
Sum of speed of boat on all days together = 80 km/hSatish cover certain distance on Wednesday in downstream in 8 hours, how much time he will take to cover same distance on Thursday in downstream if speed of stream is 2 km/h on both days?
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Question 10 of 50
10. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows the speed of boat on different days. Study the chart carefully and answer the following questions
Note: There is only one boat and its speed is independent of the efficiency of the person rowing it.
Sum of speed of boat on all days together = 80 km/hIf average of upstream speed on Friday and downstream speed on Thursday is 13 km/h and average of downstream speed on Friday and downstream speed on Thursday is 16. Find how much distance veer can cover in 6 hours If he covers this distance on Thursday with upstream speed.
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Question 11 of 50
11. Question
Category: QuantWhat should come in place of the question mark (?) in each of following number series?720, 120, 600, 150, 450, ?Correct
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Question 12 of 50
12. Question
Category: QuantWhat should come in place of the question mark (?) in each of following number series?8, 6, 10, 21, 50, ?Correct
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Question 13 of 50
13. Question
Category: QuantWhat should come in place of the question mark (?) in each of following number series?18, 28, ?, 68, 113, 198Correct
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Question 14 of 50
14. Question
Category: QuantWhat should come in place of the question mark (?) in each of following number series?147, 460, 754, 991, 1133, ?Correct
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Question 15 of 50
15. Question
Category: QuantWhat should come in place of the question mark (?) in each of following number series?4, 2, 7, 17, 73, ?Correct
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Question 16 of 50
16. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements (A), (B), and (C). You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient /necessary to answer the questionsWhat is the length of train ‘A’?
A. Train A takes 8 second to cross a pole
B. Train A cross train B coming from opposite side in 8 second, speed of train B is 25 m/sec and length of train B is half of train A.
C. Train A takes 10 sec to cross two pole 100 m apart.Correct
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Question 17 of 50
17. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements (A), (B), and (C). You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient /necessary to answer the questionsIn how many days B and C together can complete work?
A. Per day efficiency of A, B and C is in the ratio 3 : 2 : 4
B. A and B together can complete the work in 7.2 days
C. Time taken by A, B and C alone to complete the work is in the ratio 4 : 6 : 3.Correct
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Question 18 of 50
18. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements (A), (B), and (C). You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient /necessary to answer the questionsWhat is the base radius of the cone?
A. Total surface area of the cone is
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C. Ratio of height and radius of the given cone is √3 : 1Correct
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Question 19 of 50
19. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements (A), (B), and (C). You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient /necessary to answer the questionsFind the share of Satish in profit after one year among Satish, veer and Yogesh
A. Investment of Veer, Satish and Yogesh is in the ratio 6: 8: 9 and share of Yogesh in profit is Rs.900
B. Satish and Veer invested Rs.8000 and Rs.6000 for 9 months and one year respectively. Difference b/w profit earned by Satish and Veer is Zero.
C. Satish, Veer and Yogesh invested for 9 months, 1 year and 8 months respectively and share of Veer in profit is 900.Correct
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Question 20 of 50
20. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements (A), (B), and (C). You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient /necessary to answer the questionsWhat will be the probability of choosing two fresh eggs simultaneously from tray A given that there are only two trays i.e. tray A and tray B?
A. Tray B contains 30 Eggs in which fresh and rotten eggs in the ratio 7 : 3. Ratio of fresh eggs in Tray A and Tray B is 2 : 3
B. Tray A contains 20 Eggs in total out of which 14 are fresh and rest are rotten.
C. Tray B contains 30 Eggs and Tray A contains 20 Eggs respectively. Ratio of Rotten eggs and fresh eggs in Tray A is 7 : 3Correct
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Question 21 of 50
21. Question
Category: QuantThe pie chart given below shows the percentage of students appeared in different schools of same state in year 2015.
And the table given below shows the percentage of qualified students for different schools of same state in year 2015 and ratio of qualified boys to qualified girls.
If unqualified student in school JPC are 2176. Then find the difference between qualified boys and girls in school CCS.
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Question 22 of 50
22. Question
Category: QuantThe pie chart given below shows the percentage of students appeared in different schools of same state in year 2015.
And the table given below shows the percentage of qualified students for different schools of same state in year 2015 and ratio of qualified boys to qualified girls.
If qualified boys in school NNA is 120. Then qualified girls in school RPS is what percent more than the qualified boys in school NNA ?
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Question 23 of 50
23. Question
Category: QuantThe pie chart given below shows the percentage of students appeared in different schools of same state in year 2015.
And the table given below shows the percentage of qualified students for different schools of same state in year 2015 and ratio of qualified boys to qualified girls.
If the difference of appeared student of school CCS and JPC is 1500. Then find the average number of qualified boys of school RPS, GPS and NNA ?
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Question 24 of 50
24. Question
Category: QuantThe pie chart given below shows the percentage of students appeared in different schools of same state in year 2015.
And the table given below shows the percentage of qualified students for different schools of same state in year 2015 and ratio of qualified boys to qualified girls.
If the student appeared in 2016 of school RPS are 1200 which is more than those in 2015, and qualified boys in school RPS in 2016 is same as qualified boys in GPS in 2015. Then find the number of qualified girls in RPS in year 2016 ?
[Given that percentage of qualified students in RPS are same in both years]Correct
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Question 25 of 50
25. Question
Category: QuantThe pie chart given below shows the percentage of students appeared in different schools of same state in year 2015.
And the table given below shows the percentage of qualified students for different schools of same state in year 2015 and ratio of qualified boys to qualified girls.
If there is another school formed in year 2016 with the name JSS which has number of qualified boys more than the qualified boys in school NNA in year 2015, and number of qualified girls less than qualified girls in school GPS in year 2015. Then find the ratio of qualified boys to qualified girls in school JSS ?
[Given that total appeared student in year 2015 is 9000].Correct
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Question 26 of 50
26. Question
Category: QuantIn each question two equations numbered (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer1.
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Question 27 of 50
27. Question
Category: QuantIn each question two equations numbered (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer1.
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Question 28 of 50
28. Question
Category: QuantIn each question two equations numbered (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer1.
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Question 29 of 50
29. Question
Category: QuantIn each question two equations numbered (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer1.
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Question 30 of 50
30. Question
Category: QuantIn each question two equations numbered (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer1.
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Question 31 of 50
31. Question
Category: QuantGiven below is the data about students appeared in two exams i.e., A and B in six different years i.e., 2011 to 2016.
Total students appeared in both exam in 2016 is 8000 while in 2013 it is 5800. Average number of students appeared in exam B in 2011 and 2013 is 3100 and is in the ratio 18 : 13. Students appeared in exam A in year 2015 is more than students appeared in exam B in same year. Total students appeared in 2016 is 25% more than total students appeared in 2011. Students appeared in exam A in 2016 is more than students appeared in exam B is 2015. Ratio of total students appeared in 2016 & 2014 is 16 : 13. Total number of students appeared in exam A in all six years is 21,100. Students appeared in exam B in 2011 is same as student appeared in exam A in 2015.Students appeared in exam A in 2012 is 700 more than that of students appeared in same exam in 2014. Students appeared in exam B in 2014 is 1200 less than that of in same exam in 2012.In which year total students appeared in both exam is 3rd highest?
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600
According to table its in 2014.Incorrect
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600
According to table its in 2014. 
Question 32 of 50
32. Question
Category: QuantGiven below is the data about students appeared in two exams i.e., A and B in six different years i.e., 2011 to 2016.
Total students appeared in both exam in 2016 is 8000 while in 2013 it is 5800. Average number of students appeared in exam B in 2011 and 2013 is 3100 and is in the ratio 18 : 13. Students appeared in exam A in year 2015 is more than students appeared in exam B in same year. Total students appeared in 2016 is 25% more than total students appeared in 2011. Students appeared in exam A in 2016 is more than students appeared in exam B is 2015. Ratio of total students appeared in 2016 & 2014 is 16 : 13. Total number of students appeared in exam A in all six years is 21,100. Students appeared in exam B in 2011 is same as student appeared in exam A in 2015.Students appeared in exam A in 2012 is 700 more than that of students appeared in same exam in 2014. Students appeared in exam B in 2014 is 1200 less than that of in same exam in 2012.What is the respective ratio between students appeared in exam A in year 2011, 2012 and 2014 together to the students appeared in exam B in year 2013, 2014 and 2016 together?Correct
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600

Question 33 of 50
33. Question
Category: QuantGiven below is the data about students appeared in two exams i.e., A and B in six different years i.e., 2011 to 2016.
Total students appeared in both exam in 2016 is 8000 while in 2013 it is 5800. Average number of students appeared in exam B in 2011 and 2013 is 3100 and is in the ratio 18 : 13. Students appeared in exam A in year 2015 is more than students appeared in exam B in same year. Total students appeared in 2016 is 25% more than total students appeared in 2011. Students appeared in exam A in 2016 is more than students appeared in exam B is 2015. Ratio of total students appeared in 2016 & 2014 is 16 : 13. Total number of students appeared in exam A in all six years is 21,100. Students appeared in exam B in 2011 is same as student appeared in exam A in 2015.Students appeared in exam A in 2012 is 700 more than that of students appeared in same exam in 2014. Students appeared in exam B in 2014 is 1200 less than that of in same exam in 2012.Find the difference between average number of students appeared in exam A and average of students appeared in exam B in starting four years?
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600

Question 34 of 50
34. Question
Category: QuantGiven below is the data about students appeared in two exams i.e., A and B in six different years i.e., 2011 to 2016.
Total students appeared in both exam in 2016 is 8000 while in 2013 it is 5800. Average number of students appeared in exam B in 2011 and 2013 is 3100 and is in the ratio 18 : 13. Students appeared in exam A in year 2015 is more than students appeared in exam B in same year. Total students appeared in 2016 is 25% more than total students appeared in 2011. Students appeared in exam A in 2016 is more than students appeared in exam B is 2015. Ratio of total students appeared in 2016 & 2014 is 16 : 13. Total number of students appeared in exam A in all six years is 21,100. Students appeared in exam B in 2011 is same as student appeared in exam A in 2015.Students appeared in exam A in 2012 is 700 more than that of students appeared in same exam in 2014. Students appeared in exam B in 2014 is 1200 less than that of in same exam in 2012.Students appeared in exam A in 2013 is how much less than students appeared in exam B in 2012?
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600

Question 35 of 50
35. Question
Category: QuantGiven below is the data about students appeared in two exams i.e., A and B in six different years i.e., 2011 to 2016.
Total students appeared in both exam in 2016 is 8000 while in 2013 it is 5800. Average number of students appeared in exam B in 2011 and 2013 is 3100 and is in the ratio 18 : 13. Students appeared in exam A in year 2015 is more than students appeared in exam B in same year. Total students appeared in 2016 is 25% more than total students appeared in 2011. Students appeared in exam A in 2016 is more than students appeared in exam B is 2015. Ratio of total students appeared in 2016 & 2014 is 16 : 13. Total number of students appeared in exam A in all six years is 21,100. Students appeared in exam B in 2011 is same as student appeared in exam A in 2015.Students appeared in exam A in 2012 is 700 more than that of students appeared in same exam in 2014. Students appeared in exam B in 2014 is 1200 less than that of in same exam in 2012.Total number of students appeared in both exam in 2012 is what percent more than total number of students appeared in both exam in 2011?
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600
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Students appeared in exam B in 2011 = Students appeared in exam A in 2015 = 3600

Question 36 of 50
36. Question
Category: QuantThe weight of a body as calculated by the average of 7 different experiments is 53.735 gm. The average of the first three experiments is 54.005 gm, and the value of fourth is 0.004 gm greater than the fifth, while the average of the sixth and seventh experiment was 0.010 gm less than the average of the first three. Find the weight of the body obtained by fourth experiment.
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Question 37 of 50
37. Question
Category: QuantA merchant can buy goods at the rate of Rs. 20 per good. The merchant sells the first good for Rs. 2, second one for Rs. 4, third for Rs. 6…and so on. If he wants to make an overall profit of at least 40%, what is the minimum number of goods he should sell?
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Question 38 of 50
38. Question
Category: QuantAn alloy of copper and aluminum has 40% copper. An alloy of Copper and Zinc has Copper and Zinc in the ratio 2: 7. These two alloys are mixed in ratio 5:3. Quantity of aluminum is what percent more/less than the quantity of copper in final alloy.1.
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Question 39 of 50
39. Question
Category: QuantKrishna borrows Rs. 45000 from a bank at 10% compound interet. He repays it in three annual installments that are in arithmetic progression. He ends up paying 54000 in all. How much did he pay in first year?
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Question 40 of 50
40. Question
Category: QuantAn article is listed at Rs. 65. A customer bought this article for Rs. 56.16 and got two successive discounts of which the first one is 10%. The other rate of discount of this scheme that was allowed by the shopkeeper was
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Question 41 of 50
41. Question
Category: QuantRead th following table carefully and answer the following questions.
Given below is the table which shows the percentage distribution of students who appeared in following years out of total students appeared in all the given years in two subjects. Table also shows that percentage of students passed or failed out of those who appeared are given in the following table.
Students failed in year 2015 in Sociology and Psychology are in ratio 70:99 while average number of students appeared in said two subjects in all the given years are 1500 more than total students appeared in Sociology.
Note: No same student appeared for both subjects.
If 13/21 of the passed students in Sociology in 2014 are boys who are less than passed boys in Psychology in same year, then find the difference in the number of passed girls in sociology and passed boys in Psychology.
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000

Question 42 of 50
42. Question
Category: QuantRead th following table carefully and answer the following questions.
Given below is the table which shows the percentage distribution of students who appeared in following years out of total students appeared in all the given years in two subjects. Table also shows that percentage of students passed or failed out of those who appeared are given in the following table.
Students failed in year 2015 in Sociology and Psychology are in ratio 70:99 while average number of students appeared in said two subjects in all the given years are 1500 more than total students appeared in Sociology.
Note: No same student appeared for both subjects.
Find the ratio of number of failed students in Sociology in 2012 and number of passed students in Psychology in 2015 ?
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000

Question 43 of 50
43. Question
Category: QuantRead th following table carefully and answer the following questions.
Given below is the table which shows the percentage distribution of students who appeared in following years out of total students appeared in all the given years in two subjects. Table also shows that percentage of students passed or failed out of those who appeared are given in the following table.
Students failed in year 2015 in Sociology and Psychology are in ratio 70:99 while average number of students appeared in said two subjects in all the given years are 1500 more than total students appeared in Sociology.
Note: No same student appeared for both subjects.
Find approximately by what percent passed students increased or decreased in 2016 in Sociology with respect to previous year.
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000

Question 44 of 50
44. Question
Category: QuantRead th following table carefully and answer the following questions.
Given below is the table which shows the percentage distribution of students who appeared in following years out of total students appeared in all the given years in two subjects. Table also shows that percentage of students passed or failed out of those who appeared are given in the following table.
Students failed in year 2015 in Sociology and Psychology are in ratio 70:99 while average number of students appeared in said two subjects in all the given years are 1500 more than total students appeared in Sociology.
Note: No same student appeared for both subjects.
After reevaluating the answer sheets of failed students in 2014 in Psychology, if it was found that 5% students were actually not failed but passed with grace marks, then students passed with grace marks in 2014 in Psychology are what percent of total appeared students in 2014 in Psychology .
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000

Question 45 of 50
45. Question
Category: QuantRead th following table carefully and answer the following questions.
Given below is the table which shows the percentage distribution of students who appeared in following years out of total students appeared in all the given years in two subjects. Table also shows that percentage of students passed or failed out of those who appeared are given in the following table.
Students failed in year 2015 in Sociology and Psychology are in ratio 70:99 while average number of students appeared in said two subjects in all the given years are 1500 more than total students appeared in Sociology.
Note: No same student appeared for both subjects.
Find the difference of total students appeared in 2013 and 2016 together in Psychology and total students appeared in 2014 and 2015 together in Sociology.
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000
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Let total number of students appeared in Sociology and Psychology in all the given years be x and y respectively.
From (i) and (ii),
x = 15000, and y = 18000

Question 46 of 50
46. Question
Category: QuantThe population of a town is 10000. It increases by 10% during the first year. During the second year, it decreases by 20% and increased by 30% during the third year. What is the population after 3 years?
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Question 47 of 50
47. Question
Category: QuantTwo boats, travelling at 5 Km/h and 10 Km/h respectively, head directly towards each other. They are now at a distance of 20 km from each other. How far apart are they (in Kms) one minute before they collide ?
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Question 48 of 50
48. Question
Category: QuantA blind man lives in an apartment containing 2 rooms. Each day before going to work he enters any one room randomly, picks up a bag and leaves home. One of the rooms contains 3 blue, 4 green and 5 red bags and the other contains 2 blue, 1 green and 3 red bags. What is the probability that he takes a green bag to work ?
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Question 49 of 50
49. Question
Category: QuantTwo pipes A and B can fill a cistern in 12 minutes and 15 minutes respectively but a third pipe C can empty the full tank in 6 minutes. A and B are kept open for 5 minutes in the beginning and then C is also opened. In what time will the cistern be emptied?
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Question 50 of 50
50. Question
Category: QuantCost price of 12 oranges is equal to the selling price of 9 oranges and the discount on 10 oranges is equal to the profit on 5 oranges. What is the difference between the profit percentage and discount percentage?
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