 # Daily Quantitative Aptitude Questions 24th June

June 24, 2017

### Quantitative Aptitude Questions 24th June:

Mathematics is one of the important sections of various Government exams, check out Daily Quant and data interpretation questions for preparation of various exams. Q:A>(1-5) The following pie charts show the break-up of the annual expenditures of two private sector companies:

Click here to view Full Image Q.1) The amount spent on transport by Techno Park is what percentage of the amount spent by Mahindra on transport?

(a) 30%

(b) 35%

(c) 40%

(d) 45%

(e) None of these

Q.2) The expenditure on raw material for both companies taken together, is what fraction of the total expenditure in 2001?

(a) 0.2

(b) 0.25

(c) 0.3

(d) 0.4

(e) None of these

Q.3) Both Mahindra and Techno Park spend the same amount on which category?

(a) Rent

(b) Transport

(c) Salaries

(d) Others

(e) None of these

Q.4) For which category the difference in expenditure is maximum?

(a) Telephone

(b) Transport

(c) Salaries

(d) Raw Material

(e) None of these

Q.5) The amount spent on salaries by Techno Park is what percentage more than the amount spent by Mahindra on rent?

(a) 50%

(b) 65%

(c) 60%

(d) 45%

(e) None of these

Q:B>Directions Q1 to Q5- there are five travelling companies. And the following table gives the percentage distribution of all the customer according to their mode of transportation.

Click here to view Full Image Q1. The total number of passengertravels through kali travels is 300, and the passenger travels by bus and air for royal cruiser is equal to the passenger travel by all the modes other than Air from kali travels. Find the ratio of traveler by Train from Royal cruiser to Bus traveler of kali travels.
(a)138/225
(b)128/225
(c)124/123
(d)152/152
(e)None of the above
Q2. If the total number of passenger is 500 from the royal cruise and same for Iana travels. Find the difference of people travelling by Bus from these two travel agencies.
(a)44
(b)54
(c)45
(d)36
(e)None of the above
Q3. From the Kingfisher travels passenger travelling by train and ship is equal to the passenger travelling by car. Then how much percentage of passenger is travelling by Bus?
(a)15
(b)16
(c)17
(d)18
(e) None of the above
Q4. Kingfisher passengers are 60% more than the Royal cruiser total passenger. Then the passenger travelling by bus from kingfisher travels is how much percent more/less than that of royal travel travelling through same mode of transport.
(a)35
(b)37.37
(c)36.84
(d)47
(e)48.26
Q5. How many passengers are travelling by Nainital travels if car and bus traveler of Nanital travels is equal to the Air traveler of Kingfisher travels.
(a)500
(b) 550
(c) 560
(d) 450
(e) None of the above

### Answers:

Q.A)

• c)

Amount spent by Technopark on transport = 5% of Rs. 80000 = Rs. 4000

Amount spent by Mahindra on transport = 10% of Rs. 100000 = Rs. 10000

= (4000 × 100)/10000= 40%

• d)

Expenditure on raw material in both years=(45 + 35)/200

=75/200

= 0.4

• d)

Mahindra in 2001=100000,

telephone=100000×6/100=6000

Transport=100000×10/100=10000

Salary=100000×25/100=25000

Raw material=100000×45/100=450000

others=100000×4/100=4000

rent=100000×10/100=100000

Techno park in 2001=80000

Telephone=80000×20/100=16000

Transport=80000×5/100=4000

Salary=80000×20/100=16000

Raw material=80000×35/100=28000

Others=80000×5/100=4000

Rent=80000×15/100=12000

Therefore, Others for both the companies = Rs. 4000

• d)

Mahindra in 2001=100000,

telephone=100000×6/100=6000

Transport=100000×10/100=10000

Salary=100000×25/100=25000

Raw material=100000×45/100=450000

others=100000×4/100=4000

rent=100000×10/100=100000

Techno park in 2001=80000

Telephone=80000×20/100=16000

Transport=80000×5/100=4000

Salary=80000×20/100=16000

Raw material=80000×35/100=28000

Others=80000×5/100=4000

Rent=80000×15/100=12000

For the category, raw material the difference is maximum

= 45000 – 28000 = Rs. 17000.

• c)

Amount spent by Technopark on salaries = 20% of Rs. 80000 = Rs. 16000

Amount spent by Mahindra on rent = 10% of Rs. 100000 = Rs. 10000

Required % = 6000/10000× 100=60% More

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