LIC AAO / SBI PO PRE Weekly Challenging Test (Quant 20Q) 15 Min  17th March 2019
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Question 1 of 20
1. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q1 – Q5): Read the given below table carefully to answer the following questions.
Table gives information of panchayat elections held in five villages (A, B, C, D and E).
Find the ratio of invalid votes of village A to that of village D.
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Question 2 of 20
2. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q1 – Q5): Read the given below table carefully to answer the following questions.
Table gives information of panchayat elections held in five villages (A, B, C, D and E).
Find the approximate difference between average of valid votes of village B and E and average of total votes polled in village A, B and D.
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Question 3 of 20
3. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q1 – Q5): Read the given below table carefully to answer the following questions.
Table gives information of panchayat elections held in five villages (A, B, C, D and E).
nvalid votes of village B & C together is what percent of total votes polled in village C & E together?
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Question 4 of 20
4. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q1 – Q5): Read the given below table carefully to answer the following questions.
Table gives information of panchayat elections held in five villages (A, B, C, D and E).
Difference between valid votes and invalid votes of village E is approximately what percent of total votes available in village A?
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Question 5 of 20
5. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q1 – Q5): Read the given below table carefully to answer the following questions.
Table gives information of panchayat elections held in five villages (A, B, C, D and E).
ind the invalid votes in village C & D together is approximately what percent more or less than the invalid votes in village A, B & E together?
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Question 6 of 20
6. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q6 – Q10): Given below are the 2 piechart. Pie chart I shows the percentage distribution of all students in different department of a college and
Pie Chart 2 shows the percentage distribution of Girls in different department of the same college.
Find the ratio of male students in computer and IT department together to male students in civil and electrical department together.Correct
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Question 7 of 20
7. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q6 – Q10): Given below are the 2 piechart. Pie chart I shows the percentage distribution of all students in different department of a college and
Pie Chart 2 shows the percentage distribution of Girls in different department of the same college.
Boys studying in Civil are how much percent more/less than Girls studying in same department.Correct
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Question 8 of 20
8. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q6 – Q10): Given below are the 2 piechart. Pie chart I shows the percentage distribution of all students in different department of a college and
Pie Chart 2 shows the percentage distribution of Girls in different department of the same college.
Find the average of boys studying in computer, Electrical and Civil department together?Correct
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Question 9 of 20
9. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q6 – Q10): Given below are the 2 piechart. Pie chart I shows the percentage distribution of all students in different department of a college and
Pie Chart 2 shows the percentage distribution of Girls in different department of the same college.
Find the difference of boys studying in mechanical department and boys studying in Civil department?Correct
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Question 10 of 20
10. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q6 – Q10): Given below are the 2 piechart. Pie chart I shows the percentage distribution of all students in different department of a college and
Pie Chart 2 shows the percentage distribution of Girls in different department of the same college.
Boys studying in computer and IT department together are what percent of total students in these department?Correct
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Question 11 of 20
11. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q11 – Q15): Bar graph given below gives information about raw material cost (in Rs. ‘000) of five different products i.e (A,B,C,D, and E) manufactured by a company and percentage for cost of production which was calculated on raw material cost of that product. (Cost price of each product for company = raw material cost of that product+ cost of production of that product).
f on selling product B company got profit of 16 2/3% of production cost of that product. Find market price of the product if product was sold at market price.
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Question 12 of 20
12. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q11 – Q15): Bar graph given below gives information about raw material cost (in Rs. ‘000) of five different products i.e (A,B,C,D, and E) manufactured by a company and percentage for cost of production which was calculated on raw material cost of that product. (Cost price of each product for company = raw material cost of that product+ cost of production of that product).
Find ratio of cost price of product A to cost price of product E for the company.
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Question 13 of 20
13. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q11 – Q15): Bar graph given below gives information about raw material cost (in Rs. ‘000) of five different products i.e (A,B,C,D, and E) manufactured by a company and percentage for cost of production which was calculated on raw material cost of that product. (Cost price of each product for company = raw material cost of that product+ cost of production of that product).
Production cost consists of transportation cost and machining cost. If for product D transportation cost is 10% of its production cost, then find at what price company should sell it to get 25% profit if transportation cost is not considered by company in calculating cost price of this product?
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Question 14 of 20
14. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q11 – Q15): Bar graph given below gives information about raw material cost (in Rs. ‘000) of five different products i.e (A,B,C,D, and E) manufactured by a company and percentage for cost of production which was calculated on raw material cost of that product. (Cost price of each product for company = raw material cost of that product+ cost of production of that product).
Production cost of product B is approximately how much percent more than production cost of product C?
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Question 15 of 20
15. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q11 – Q15): Bar graph given below gives information about raw material cost (in Rs. ‘000) of five different products i.e (A,B,C,D, and E) manufactured by a company and percentage for cost of production which was calculated on raw material cost of that product. (Cost price of each product for company = raw material cost of that product+ cost of production of that product).
If product E was sold at profit of 9 1/11%, then it’s selling price becomes equal to selling price of product B when it was sold at d% profit. Find approximate value of ‘d’.
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Question 16 of 20
16. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q16 – Q20) : Data given below gives the information regarding four different products A, B, C and D (in units) sold by a company in year 2014 and 2015. Read the data carefully to answer the following questions.
In 2014 – Ratio of units sold of product A to product D is 2 : 1. Units sold of product C is 144% of units sold of product D. Average number of units sold of product A, C and D is 370 units. Total units sold of product A, B, C and D is 1340 units.
In 2015 – Average number of units sold of product C & D is 475 units. Units sold of product A is 75 units less than the units sold of product D. Units sold of product B is increased by 40% as compared to previous year and average units sold of product B & D is 411 units.Find the percentage change in units sold of product A in 2015 as compared to previous year.
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Question 17 of 20
17. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q16 – Q20) : Data given below gives the information regarding four different products A, B, C and D (in units) sold by a company in year 2014 and 2015. Read the data carefully to answer the following questions.
In 2014 – Ratio of units sold of product A to product D is 2 : 1. Units sold of product C is 144% of units sold of product D. Average number of units sold of product A, C and D is 370 units. Total units sold of product A, B, C and D is 1340 units.
In 2015 – Average number of units sold of product C & D is 475 units. Units sold of product A is 75 units less than the units sold of product D. Units sold of product B is increased by 40% as compared to previous year and average units sold of product B & D is 411 units.Find the ratio of units sold of product A & D together in 2014 to units sold of product C & D together in 2015.
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Question 18 of 20
18. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q1 – Q5) : Data given below gives the information regarding four different products A, B, C and D (in units) sold by a company in year 2014 and 2015. Read the data carefully to answer the following questions.
In 2014 – Ratio of units sold of product A to product D is 2 : 1. Units sold of product C is 144% of units sold of product D. Average number of units sold of product A, C and D is 370 units. Total units sold of product A, B, C and D is 1340 units.
In 2015 – Average number of units sold of product C & D is 475 units. Units sold of product A is 75 units less than the units sold of product D. Units sold of product B is increased by 40% as compared to previous year and average units sold of product B & D is 411 units.Find the difference in average units sold of product A, B, C and D in 2014 and average units sold of product A, B, C and D in 2015.
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Question 19 of 20
19. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q16 – Q20) : Data given below gives the information regarding four different products A, B, C and D (in units) sold by a company in year 2014 and 2015. Read the data carefully to answer the following questions.
In 2014 – Ratio of units sold of product A to product D is 2 : 1. Units sold of product C is 144% of units sold of product D. Average number of units sold of product A, C and D is 370 units. Total units sold of product A, B, C and D is 1340 units.
In 2015 – Average number of units sold of product C & D is 475 units. Units sold of product A is 75 units less than the units sold of product D. Units sold of product B is increased by 40% as compared to previous year and average units sold of product B & D is 411 units.In 2014, selling price of per unit of product D is Rs.12 and selling price of per unit of product B is Rs.15. Find total revenue generated from product B in 2014 is what percent of total revenue generated from product D in 2014?
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Question 20 of 20
20. Question
1 pointsDirection (Q1 – Q5) : Data given below gives the information regarding four different products A, B, C and D (in units) sold by a company in year 2014 and 2015. Read the data carefully to answer the following questions.
In 2014 – Ratio of units sold of product A to product D is 2 : 1. Units sold of product C is 144% of units sold of product D. Average number of units sold of product A, C and D is 370 units. Total units sold of product A, B, C and D is 1340 units.
In 2015 – Average number of units sold of product C & D is 475 units. Units sold of product A is 75 units less than the units sold of product D. Units sold of product B is increased by 40% as compared to previous year and average units sold of product B & D is 411 units.Units sold of product B & C together in 2014 is what percent more than units sold of product – D in 2015?
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