Daily Quantitative Aptitude Questions 27th June

Daily Quantitative Aptitude Questions 27th June

June 27, 2017 0 By Anonymous

Quantitative Aptitude Questions 27th June:

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Q:A>Directions: 1-5) Study the following line graph and answer the questions based on it.

 

1)  If the % of profit on wheat is 12% what is its selling price per kg?

a) 150.08

b) 151.02

c) 162.78

d) 152.92

e) 150.62

2)  What is the difference between the cost price of butter and pulse per kg?

a) 2.5

b) 50

c) 3.34

d) 6

e) 7.54

3)  What is the selling percentage of oil? (approximation)

a) 101

b) 69

c) 65

d) 41

e) 63

4)  The average cost price of wheat, Butter and oil per kg?

a) 72

b) 61

c) 78

d) 77

e) 84

5)  If selling price of salt is Rs.57 per kg. What is total cost price of salt?

a) 400

b) 300

c) 560

d) 310

e) 350





Q:B>Study the following line graph and answer the questions based on it.

  1. If the ratio of interest rate of E to that of D is 2:3 then what is the Principal(P) of D?
    A. 15000
    B. 20000
    C. 35000
    D. 25000
    E. 30000

  2. If the interest is compounded yearly for three years then what is the amount to be earned by C?
    A. 23497.28
    B. 20497.28
    C. 22597.28
    D. 22697.28
    E. 22497.28

  3. What is the Simple Interest(SI) of B ? If the ratio of Principal of C to that of B is 4:5 and the rate of interest is 10% more than that of C.
    A. 3300
    B. 4400
    C. 2200
    D. 1100
    E. 5500

  4. If the Principal(P) of A is 20% more than that of E, then What is the amount of A?
    A. 12694.60
    B. 16584.60
    C. 12584.80
    D. 12484.80
    E. 15684.60

  5. If amount of D equals to five times that of his Principal then what is the Rate of Interest(%)?
    A. 122.22%
    B. 144.44%
    C. 133.33%
    D. 155.55%
    E. None of the Above





Answers:

Q.A)

  1. a) 150.08per kg of wheat=670/5=134

    100% = 134

    112% = x

    x=  (134×112)/100=150

  2. e) 7.54Butter:

    Selling price (Sp)=168

    Cost price (Cp) =(168×100)/95= 176.8

    Cp of butter per kg=  176.8/4= 44.21

    Pulse:

    Selling price  = 99

    Cost price =(100×99)/90  = 110

    Cp of pulse per kg=  110/3= 36.67

    Difference = 44.21-36.67= 7.54

  3. e) 63Cp = 270

    Sp % =  (100×170)/270=62.96

  4. d) 77Per kg of wheat =  670/5= 134

    Per Kg of butter =  176/4= 44

    Per kg of oil =  270/5 = 54

    Average cost =(134+44+54)/3=77

  5. b) 300Sp of salt = 56 × 6= 342

    Sp% => 114% = 342

    Cp% => 100% =   (342×100)/114=300




Q.B) DETAILED SOLUTION << CLICK HERE

  1. D
  2. E
  3. B
  4. D
  5. C