Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 2015 – Set 30



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Directions (Q. 1-5): In each
of the following questions, a question is followed by information given in
three statements I, II and III. You
have to consider the information in all the three statements and decide the information
in which of the statements is not necessarily required to answer the question
and therefore can be dispensed with. Indicate your answer accordingly.
1. What is the
present population of City A?
I. The ratio of
the population of City A to that of City B is 3 : 4.
II. The growth
rate of population of City B is 10% per year.
III. After one
year the ratio of the population of City A to that of City B will be 9 : 11.
1) None of the statements can be dispensed with
2) Only I
3) Only II
4) Only III
5) The question can’t be answered even with the help of the
information provided in all the three statements.
2. What is the speed
of train A?
I. The train
crosses a pole in 12 seconds.
II. Train A
crosses train B running in opposite direction in 10 seconds.
III. The length
of train A is 60 metres.
1) None of the statements can be dispensed with
2) Only I
3) Only II
4) Only III
5) The question can’t be answered even with the help of the
information provided in all the three statements.
3. What is the area
of a rectangular park?
I. The perimeter
of the park is 140 metres.
II. The diagonal
of the park is 50 metres.
III. The ratio of
the length to breadth of the park is 4 : 3
1) None of the statements can be dispensed with
2) Any one of the three
3) Only III
4) Only I
5) None of these
4. What is a
two-digit number?
I. The sum of the
digits is 13.
II. The difference
between the number and the number obtained by interchanging the digits is 27.
III. The
difference of the digits of the number is 3.
1) Only III
2) Only I
3) Only II
4) Any one of the three
5) Question cannot be answered even with the help of the
information provided in all the three statements
5. The ratio of the
ages of two persons A and B is 3 : 2. What will be the ratio of their ages
after 10
years?
I. The difference
of their ages is 20 years.
II. The sum of
their ages is 100 years.
III. The
difference of their ages 16 years ago was 20 years.
1) Only III
2) Only I
3) Only II
4) None of the statements can be dispensed with
5) Any two of the three
Directions (Q. 6-10): The
following table shows the total male population and total female population of
six different cities and the ratio of adults to minors among them. Study the
given table carefully and answer the questions given below:

6. What is the
difference between the total number of adult males of City B and that of City
C?
1) 10352
2) 11074
3) 12518
4) 13208
5) None of these
7. What is the total
number of adults in City A?
1) 140312
2) 142416
3) 143518
4) 144604
5) 145354
8. The total number
of minor males in City F is approximately what per cent of the total number of

adult females in that city?
1) 42.5%
2) 44.8%
3) 46.4%
4) 48.6%
5) 51%
9. What is the
difference between the total number of adult males in City D and that of adult

females in City E?
1)13124
2) 15384
3) 16514
4) 17304
5) 19644
10. The total number
of minor females in City A is approximately what per cent more or less than the

total number of minor females in City B?
1) 11%
2) 13%
3) 15%
4) 17.5%
5) 19.8%



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