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1. Total number of questions : 15.

2. Time alloted : 20 minutes.

3. Each question carry 1 mark, no negative marks.

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Result and Statistics ( Test No : online_test_number )

A. Number Of Question

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B. Number Of Attempted

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C. Number Of Correct Answer

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D. Number Of Wrong Answer ( D = B-C )

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E. Total Score ( E = C )

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F. Accuracy Rate ( F = C / B * 100 )

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G. Total Percentage ( G = C / A * 100 )

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1.

If the production target of all the vehicles together in 2008 is 20% more than the production in 2007. Then what is the percentage deficit in 2008 with respect to the targer, if the number of vehicles produced in 2008 is 520 thousand?

A.    Lies between 4% and 5%  Wrong Right

B.    Less than 3% Wrong Right

C.    Greater than 5% Wrong Right

D.    Lies between 3% and 4% Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : Lies between 3% and 4%

Explanation : Total number of units produced in 2007 is 450 thousands
=> Target in 2008 = 450 x (100 x 20/100)
=> 450 x 1.2 = 540 thousand
=> Deficit = target – actual produced = 540 – 520 = 20
=> Percentage deficit = 20/540 x 100 = 1/27 x 100 < 4% and > 3%

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2.

If the production of each of A, B, C and D increases by 10% in 2008 and the overall increase in production of all the vehicles is 15%, then what is the net increase in the production of vehicles of type E?

A.    40,000 Wrong Right

B.    35,000 Wrong Right

C.    30,000 Wrong Right

D.    25,000 Wrong Right

E.    Cannot be determined Wrong Right

Answer : 40,000

Explanation : Total number of all the vehicles produced in 2008 = (100 +15/100) x (total number of all the vehicles produced in 2007) = 1.15 x 450 = 517.5 thousand
Production of vehicles A, B, C and D in 2008 = 275(1.1) = 302.5
For the total no of all the vehicles to be 517.5 thousand, number of vehicles of type E which are produced in 2008 = 517.5 – 302.5 = 215 thousand.
Increase over the previous year = 215 – 175 = 40 thousand.

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3.

By how many percentage points is the production of the vehicles of type C, as a percentage of the total number of vehicles produced, more in 2006 than in 2007?

A.    4.88  Wrong Right

B.    4.44  Wrong Right

C.    2.22  Wrong Right

D.    3.33  Wrong Right

Answer : 4.44 

Explanation : Percentage of vehicles of type C in the total number of vehicles in 2006
=> = 100/375 x 100 = 26.66%
=> Percentage of vehicles of type C in the total number of vehicles in 2007 = 100/450 x 100 = 22.22%
=> 26.66 – 22.22 = 4.44 percentage points.

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4.

For vehicles of type B, the percentage decrease in the production from 2006 to 2007 is equal to percentage increase in the price during the same period. If the price of each vehicle of type B in 2006 was Rs. 2 lakh, then its price in 2007 is?

A.    Rs. 2.33 lakh Wrong Right

B.    Rs. 6 lakh Wrong Right

C.    Rs. 2.99 lakh Wrong Right

D.    Rs. 1.33 lakh Wrong Right

E.    Rs. 2.66 lakh Wrong Right

Answer : Rs. 2.66 lakh

Explanation : Percentage decrease in production of vehicles of type B from 2006
=> To 2007 = 25/75 x 100 = 33.33%
=> Price of vehicle B in 2007
=> 2 x 1.33 = 2 x 4/3 = 2.66 lakh

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5.

What is the percentage increase in the total production of vehicles by XYZ from 2005 to 2007?

A.    100% Wrong Right

B.    50% Wrong Right

C.    150% Wrong Right

D.    200% Wrong Right

Answer : 100%

Explanation : Total number of vehicles produced by the company in 2005 = 225 thousand. Total number of vehicles produced by the company in 2007 = 450 thousand.
Percentage increase = 225/225 x 100 = 100%

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6.

During which year was the expenditure of the family the highest?

A.    2000 Wrong Right

B.    2001 Wrong Right

C.    2002 Wrong Right

D.    2003 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 2002

Explanation : the expenditure of the family was the highest in 2002

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7.

What is the least ratio of income and savings of the family in any of the given years?

A.    1.5  Wrong Right

B.    1.8 Wrong Right

C.    2 Wrong Right

D.    2.4 Wrong Right

E.    3 Wrong Right

Answer : 1.8

Explanation : the ratio of income and savings is the least in 2005, which is 9/5 i.e. 1.8

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8.

During which of the following years is the percentage decrease in expenditure, over the previous year, the highest?

A.    2001 Wrong Right

B.    2003 Wrong Right

C.    2004 Wrong Right

D.    2005 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 2004

Explanation : the expenditure decreased in 2003, 2004 and 2005. The highest percentage decrease was in 2004

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9.

Which of the following pairs show the same trend (increase, remain constant or decrease) in at least three of the given years?

A.    Income and savings Wrong Right

B.    Income and expenses Wrong Right

C.    Expenses and savings Wrong Right

D.    All the above Wrong Right

E.    None of the above Wrong Right

Answer : Income and savings

Explanation : income and savings increased simultaneously in 2001 and 2005
=> And decreased simultaneously in 2003.
=> Savings and expenditure decreased simultaneously in 2003
=> Income and expenditure increased simultaneously in 2002 and decreased in 2003

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10.

What percentage of the total income in the given period did the family save?

A.    20% Wrong Right

B.    25% Wrong Right

C.    33 * 1/3 %  Wrong Right

D.    40% Wrong Right

E.    45% Wrong Right

Answer : 33 * 1/3 % 

Explanation : Total savings = 20 + 30 + 30 + 30 + 5 + 15 + 50 = 150
=>Total income = 70 + 80 + 90 + 60 + 60 + 90 = 450
Percentage savings = 150 / 450 x 100 = 33 1/3 %

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11.

If the expenditure of D on food was 20% more than the average expenditure of all the six persons on food, then the average monthly expenditure on food for the given person is

A.    Rs. 5133  Wrong Right

B.    Rs. 5000 Wrong Right

C.    Rs. 5400 Wrong Right

D.    Rs. 5250  Wrong Right

Answer : Rs. 5000

Explanation : Expenditure of D on food = 20/100 x 3000 = 6000
Average expenditure on food for all the six persons
6000/1.2 = 5000

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12.

What is the total expenditure of D on Rent, Education and Telephone and Electricity bills?

A.    12300 Wrong Right

B.    15,600 Wrong Right

C.    16,500 Wrong Right

D.    18,200 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 12300

Explanation : Total expenses on Rent, Education and Telephone and Electricity bills
15 + 16 + 10 / 100 x 30.000
= 41/100 x 30,000 = Rs. 12300

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13.

If B and F spent respectively 10% and 15% of their expenses on clothes, then by what percentage was the expenses of F on clothes more than that of B?

A.    63.33 Wrong Right

B.    66.67 Wrong Right

C.    71.4  Wrong Right

D.    75.6  Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 71.4 

Explanation : Expenses of B on clothes – 10/100 x 28000 = Rs. 2800
Expenses of F on clothes = 15/100 x 32000 = Rs. 4800
Required percentage = (4800 – 2800)/2800 x 100 = 71.4%

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14.

If the monthly expenses on fuel for all the six persons is the same, then for how many persons was the expenses on fuel more than 5% of their total monthly expenses?

A.    1 Wrong Right

B.    2 Wrong Right

C.    3 Wrong Right

D.    4 Wrong Right

E.    5 Wrong Right

Answer : 4

Explanation : As the monthly expenses on fuel for each of them is 5/100 x 30,000
Rs. 1500, it would be more than 5% of their monthly expenses for all those whose monthly expenses is less than Rs. 30,000 i.e.
For A, B, C and E

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15.

If the expenditure on ‘others’ for A was 10% more than that for D, then what percentage of the monthly expenses of A was spent on ‘others’?

A.    30.25% Wrong Right

B.    33.33% Wrong Right

C.    37.5% Wrong Right

D.    40.0 % Wrong Right

E.    27.5% Wrong Right

Answer : 30.25%

Explanation : Expenses on ‘Others’ for D = 22/100 x 30,000 = 6,600
Expresses on ‘Others’ for A = 6,6000 x 1.1 = Rs. 7260
Required percentage 7260/24000 x 100 = 30.25 %

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