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1. Total number of questions : 15.

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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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Following bar graph shows the production (in tones) of four products P, Q, R and S by a company from the years 2005 to 2010


1.

In which year the annual growth rate of total production (of all products) is highest?

A.    2006 Wrong Right

B.    2007 Wrong Right

C.    2008 Wrong Right

D.    2010 Wrong Right

Answer : 2007

Explanation : Total production of all the four products
=> In 2005 = 45 + 95 + 75 + 115 = 330
=> In 2006 = 25 +40 + 95 + 155 = 315
=> In 2007, 40 + 105 + 102 + 165 = 412
=> In 2008, 35 + 60 + 62 + 140 = 297
=> In 2009, 75 + 40 + 135 + 85 = 335
=> In 2010, 55 + 70 + 120 + 95 = 340
=> Now, growth rate of total production
=> In 2007 = 412 – 315 / 315 x 100% = 30.97%
=> In 2009 = 335 – 297 / 297 x 100% = 12.79%
=> In 2010 = 340 – 335 / 335 x 100% = 1.49%
=> In the remaining years, the total production is decreased. Hence annual growth rate is highest in the year 2007.

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2.

If the stability of production during 2005 to 2010 is defined as Average production / maximum production- minimum production, then which product is most stable?

A.    P Wrong Right

B.    Q Wrong Right

C.    R Wrong Right

D.    S Wrong Right

Answer : S

Explanation : consider for product S
=> Total production = 115 + 155 + 165 + 140 + 85 + 95
=> 755 tonne
=> Average production = 755/6 125.83 tonne
=> Maximum production = 165 tonne
=> Maximum production = 85 tonne
=> Thus, stability = 125.83/165 – 85 = 1.57
=> Other procures have lesser stability.

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3.

If four products P, Q, R and S shown in the graph are sold at price of Rs 9, 4, 13 and 3, respectively during 2005 – 2010, then the total revenue of all products is lowest in which year?

A.    2006 Wrong Right

B.    2007 Wrong Right

C.    2008 Wrong Right

D.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 2008

Explanation : Two product with higher prices are P and R.
=> Their production is lowest in 2008
=> So, the total revenue of all the products will be lowered in year 2008.

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4.

For products P, Q, R and S shown in the graph are sold at price of Rs, 9, 4, 13 and 3, respectively during 2005 – 2010. Which of the following statements is true?

A.    Product R fetches second highest revenue across products in 2006 Wrong Right

B.    Sum of revenue of P, Q and S is more than the revenue of R in 2009  Wrong Right

C.    Cumulative revenue of P and Q is more than the revenue of S in 2008 Wrong Right

D.    None of the above  Wrong Right

Answer : Cumulative revenue of P and Q is more than the revenue of S in 2008

Explanation : we will check the statements one – by – one
=> Statement (a), for the year 2006
=> Revenue from P = 25 x 9 = 225
=> Revenue from Q = 40 x 4 = 160
=> Revenue from R = 95 x 13 = 1235
=> Revenue from S = 155 x 3 = 465
=> Product R fetches highest revenue. Statement (a) is false
=> Statement (b) For the year 2009
=> Total revenue from P and Q and S
=> 75 x 9 + 40 x 4 + 85 x 3 = 1090
=> Revenue from R = 135 x 13 = 1755
=> Therefore, option (b) is false
=> Statement (c) For the year 2008
=> Cumulative revenue from P and Q
=> (45 + 25 + 40 + 35) x 9 + (95 + 40 + 105 + 60) x 4
=> 145 x 9 + 300 x 4
=> 1305 + 1200 = 2505
=> Revenue from S = (115 + 155 + 165 + 140) x 3
=> 575 x 3 = 1725
=> Option c is true.

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5.

If the profit earned by company L in the year 2005 was Rs. 1.84 lakh, what was the profit earned by the company in the year 2006?

A.    Rs. 2.12 lakh Wrong Right

B.    2.324 lakh Wrong Right

C.    2.04 lakh Wrong Right

D.    Cant be determined Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : None of these

Explanation : Profit earned by company L in the year 2005 = Rs. 1.84 lakh
=> Profit earned by company L in the year 2006
=> 115% of 1.84
=> Rs. 2.116 lakh

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6.

What is the total number of graduate and post graduate level students is institute R?

A.    8320 Wrong Right

B.    7916 Wrong Right

C.    9116 Wrong Right

D.    8099 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 8099

Explanation : Required number = Number of students of graduate level from institute R + Number of students of post graduate level from institute R
(17% of 27300) + (14% of 24700)
4641 + 2458
8099

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7.

What is the ratio between the number of students studying at post graduate and graduate levels, respectively from institute S?

A.    14:19 Wrong Right

B.    19:21 Wrong Right

C.    17:21 Wrong Right

D.    19:14 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 19:14

Explanation : Required ratio
=> Number of students of post graduate level from
=> Institute S / number of students of graduate level from institute Q
=> (21% of 24700) / (14% of 27300)
=> 21 x 247 / 14 x 273
=> 19/13 = 19:14

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8.

How many students of institutes of M and S are studying at graduate level?

A.    7516 Wrong Right

B.    8463 Wrong Right

C.    9127 Wrong Right

D.    9404 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 8463

Explanation : Students of institute M at graduate level = 17% of 27300
 Students of institute S at graduate level = 14% of 27300
 Total number of students at graduate in institutes M and S
 (17 + 14)% of 27300
 31% of 27300 = 8463

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9.

What is the ratio between the number of students studying at post graduate level from institute S and the number of students studying at graduate level from institute Q?

A.    13:19 Wrong Right

B.    21:13 Wrong Right

C.    13 : 8 Wrong Right

D.    19:13 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 19:13

Explanation : Required ratio
Number of students of post graduate level from
Institute S / number of students of graduate level from institute Q
(21% of 24700) / (13% of 27300)
21 x 247 / 13 x 273
19/13 = 19:13

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10.

Total number of students studying at post graduate level from Institutes N and P is

A.    5601 Wrong Right

B.    5944 Wrong Right

C.    6669 Wrong Right

D.    8372 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 6669

Explanation : Required number of students = number of students studying at post graduate level from institute N + number of students studying at post graduate level from institute P
15% of 24700 + 12% of 24700
27% of 24700
27 x 247 = 6669

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Number of candidates appeared (in thousand) and Percentage of candidates qualified in a competitive Examination over the years (in thousand).

11.

What was the ratio between the number of candidates appeared in 1997 and the number of candidates qualified in 2004?

A.    14:5  Wrong Right

B.    5:14 Wrong Right

C.    3:7  Wrong Right

D.    Data inadequate  Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 5:14

Explanation : Number of candidates appeared in 1997 = 5000
Number of candidates qualified in 2004 = 40% of 35000
40/100 x 35000 = 14000
Hence, required ratio = 5000 : 14000 = 5:14

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12.

In which of the following years, was the number of candidates qualified the lowest among the given years?

A.    1997 Wrong Right

B.    2002 Wrong Right

C.    2001 Wrong Right

D.    1998 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 1997

Explanation :

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13.

What was the percentage drop in the number of candidates appeared from the year 2002-03?

A.    66*2/3% Wrong Right

B.    30% Wrong Right

C.    70% Wrong Right

D.    16*2/3% Wrong Right

E.    33*1/3% Wrong Right

Answer : 33*1/3%

Explanation : Number of candidates appeared in 2002 = 30000
Number of candidates appeared in 2003 = 20000
Hence, drop percentage = 30000 – 20000 / 30000 x 100%
100/3% = 33 1/3%

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14.

How many candidates qualified in the year 2002?

A.    6750 Wrong Right

B.    13500 Wrong Right

C.    9900 Wrong Right

D.    Can’t be determined  Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 6750

Explanation : Number of candidates qualified in 2002
3000 x 22.5/100 = 6750

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15.

The number of candidates qualified in 1999 was what per cent of the number of candidates appeared in 1998?

A.    68.5% Wrong Right

B.    70% Wrong Right

C.    32.5% Wrong Right

D.    67.5% Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 67.5%

Explanation : Number of candidates qualified in 1999
30/100 x 22500 = 6750
Hence, required percentage = 6750/1000 x 100% = 67.5%

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