# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 2015 – Set 31

Hello and welcome to ExamPundit. Here is a set of Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for Bank Exams 2015. The following set is based on Data Interpretation and Quadratic Equation problems.

In year 2013 total number of bike produced by six companies together is
55 lakh. Following pie-chart
shows
the percentage distribution of total produced bikes among these companies, and
the table shows
the percentage sale
of these companies in year 2013.
Answer following questions based on these graph.

1. How many bikes
sold by company D in year 2013?
1) 384240
2) 387620
3) 389180
4) 392150
5) 397440

Solutions –
2. Total bikes sold
by company C is approximately what percentage of total bikes produced by
company A.
1) 37.2%
2) 39.6%
3) 42.5%
4) 45.8%
5) 47.5%

Solutions –
3. What is the
difference between total number of bikes sold by company E and total bikes sold
by
company F.
1) 60410
2) 61930
3) 62840
4) 63220
5) 64150

Solutions –
4. Total number of
bike sold by company B is approximately what percentage of total number of
bikes
produced by all six companies
together.
1) 8.4%
2) 9.6%
3) 10.2%
4) 11.5%
5) 12.6%

Solutions –
5. What is the total
number of bikes sold by company A and company C together.
1) 964360
2) 993820
3) 1054000
4) 1145870
5) 1231680

Solutions –

Direction (Q. 6 -10)
: In the following questions two equations numbered (I) and (II) are given. You
have
to solve both the equations and
1) If x > y
2) If x ≥ y
3) If x < y
4) If x ≤ y
5) If x = y or the relationship can’t be established.
6. I. x = √1369
II. y = 3√29791

Solutions –
7. I. 8x – 3y =
31
II. 5x + 4y = 84

Solutions –

8. I. 20×2
– 79x + 77 = 0
II. 4y2
+ 9y – 28 = 0

Solutions –
9. I. 6×2
+ 29x + 28 = 0
II. 6y2
+ 11y + 4 = 0

Solutions –
10. I. x2
+ 3x – 54 = 0
II. y2
+ 4y – 77 = 0

Solutions –

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