Quant Mock Test - 4


15 Questions MCQ Test Mock Test Series for CLAT 2020 | Quant Mock Test - 4


Description
This mock test of Quant Mock Test - 4 for CLAT helps you for every CLAT entrance exam. This contains 15 Multiple Choice Questions for CLAT Quant Mock Test - 4 (mcq) to study with solutions a complete question bank. The solved questions answers in this Quant Mock Test - 4 quiz give you a good mix of easy questions and tough questions. CLAT students definitely take this Quant Mock Test - 4 exercise for a better result in the exam. You can find other Quant Mock Test - 4 extra questions, long questions & short questions for CLAT on EduRev as well by searching above.
QUESTION: 1

Directions: Study the information in the following pie charts to answer these questions:
Details of 1500 Employees Working in An Organisation in various Scales Breakup of 1500 Employees Across the Scales

Breakup of 800 Male Employees Across the Scales

Q. Number of male employees working in Scale VI is what percent of the total number of employees in that scale? (rounded off to nearest integer)

Solution:

Required percentage
 

QUESTION: 2

Directions: Study the information in the following pie charts to answer these questions:
Details of 1500 Employees Working in An Organisation in various Scales Breakup of 1500 Employees Across the Scales

Breakup of 800 Male Employees Across the Scales

Q. What is the ratio between female employees in Scale VI and male employees in Scale I respectively?

Solution:

Number of female employees in scale VI

= 210 - 72
= 138
Number of male employees in scale I = 
Required ratio = 138 : 192 = 23:32

QUESTION: 3

Directions: Study the information in the following pie charts to answer these questions:
Details of 1500 Employees Working in An Organisation in various Scales Breakup of 1500 Employees Across the Scales

Breakup of 800 Male Employees Across the Scales

Q. What is the ratio between male and female employees respectively working in scale V?

Solution:

Number of female employees in scale V

= 180 - 96 = 84
Number of male employees in scale V = 
Required ratio = 96:84 = 8:7

QUESTION: 4

Directions: Study the information in the following pie charts to answer these questions:
Details of 1500 Employees Working in An Organisation in various Scales Breakup of 1500 Employees Across the Scales

Breakup of 800 Male Employees Across the Scales

Q. How many females are working in Scale II?

Solution:

Number of females employees in scales II

QUESTION: 5

Directions: Study the information in the following pie charts to answer these questions:
Details of 1500 Employees Working in An Organisation in various Scales Breakup of 1500 Employees Across the Scales

Breakup of 800 Male Employees Across the Scales

Q. What is the total number of female employees working in Scales III and IV together?

Solution:

Number of female employees in scales III and IV

= 285-128+150-88
= 435-216
= 219

QUESTION: 6

Direction: Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follow:
In a school there are total 120 staff members and 800 students. 65 percent of the number of staff members are teachers and the remaining staff members are administrative officials. Out of the total number of students 45 percent are girls. Twenty percent of the number of girls can speak only Hindi. The remaining girls can speak both Hindi and English. Three-fourths of the number of boys can speak only Hindi. The remaining boys can speak both Hindi and English. Two-thirds of the number of teachers are males. Five-fourteenths of the number of administrative officials are females.

Q. What is the difference between the number of boys (student) who can speak both Hindi and English and the number of girls (student) who can speak both Hindi and English?

Solution:

Number of Students = 800
Number of girl students 
Number of boy students = 800 - 360 = 440
Number of girls who speak only Hindi = 
Number of girls who speak both Hindi and English = 360 - 72 = 288
Number of boys who speak only Hindi = 
Number of boys who speak both Hindi and English = 440 – 330 = 110
∴ Difference = 288 - 110 = 178

QUESTION: 7

Direction: Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follow:
In a school there are total 120 staff members and 800 students. 65 percent of the number of staff members are teachers and the remaining staff members are administrative officials. Out of the total number of students 45 percent are girls. Twenty percent of the number of girls can speak only Hindi. The remaining girls can speak both Hindi and English. Three-fourths of the number of boys can speak only Hindi. The remaining boys can speak both Hindi and English. Two-thirds of the number of teachers are males. Five-fourteenths of the number of administrative officials are females.

Q. The total number of girls (student) is what Percent of the total number of staff members in the school?

Solution:

Total number of Staff members = 120
Total number of Students = 800
Number of girl students = 
∴ Required Percentages = 

QUESTION: 8

Direction: Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follow:
In a school there are total 120 staff members and 800 students. 65 percent of the number of staff members are teachers and the remaining staff members are administrative officials. Out of the total number of students 45 percent are girls. Twenty percent of the number of girls can speak only Hindi. The remaining girls can speak both Hindi and English. Three-fourths of the number of boys can speak only Hindi. The remaining boys can speak both Hindi and English. Two-thirds of the number of teachers are males. Five-fourteenths of the number of administrative officials are females.

Q. The total number of female administrative officials and female teachers are how much more than the number of male administrative officials?

Solution:

Staff members = 120
Administrative officers = 120 - 78 = 42
∵ Number of female administrative officers = 
∴ Number of male administrative officers = 42 - 15 = 27
Number of teachers = 
∵ Number of male teachers = 
∴ Number of female teachers = 78 - 52 = 26
∴ Difference = 26 + 15 - 27 = 14

QUESTION: 9

Direction: Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follow:
In a school there are total 120 staff members and 800 students. 65 percent of the number of staff members are teachers and the remaining staff members are administrative officials. Out of the total number of students 45 percent are girls. Twenty percent of the number of girls can speak only Hindi. The remaining girls can speak both Hindi and English. Three-fourths of the number of boys can speak only Hindi. The remaining boys can speak both Hindi and English. Two-thirds of the number of teachers are males. Five-fourteenths of the number of administrative officials are females.

Q. What is the ratio of the total number of teachers to the number of boys (student) who can speak Hindi only?

Solution:

Total number of Staff members = 120
∴ Number of teachers = 
Total number of Students = 800
Number of girl students = 
∴ Number of boy students = 800 - 360 = 440
∴ Number of boys who speak only Hindi = 
∴ Ratio = 78 : 330 = 13 : 55

QUESTION: 10

Direction: Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follow:
In a school there are total 120 staff members and 800 students. 65 percent of the number of staff members are teachers and the remaining staff members are administrative officials. Out of the total number of students 45 percent are girls. Twenty percent of the number of girls can speak only Hindi. The remaining girls can speak both Hindi and English. Three-fourths of the number of boys can speak only Hindi. The remaining boys can speak both Hindi and English. Two-thirds of the number of teachers are males. Five-fourteenths of the number of administrative officials are females.

Q. What is the total number of male administrative officials, female teachers and girls (student) who can speak Hindi only?

Solution:

Total number of Staff members = 120
Total number of teachers = 
Total number of Administrative officers = 120 - 78 = 42
∵ Number of female administrative officers = 

QUESTION: 11

Directions: Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions –
Number of students who took part in different competitions from two states 

Percentage of students who won medals from different states

Q. How many students from Goa won medals in the years 2010, 2012 and 2015 together?

Solution:

In 2010: 10/100 * 100 = 10
In 2012: 20/100 * 400 = 80
2015: 25/100 * 300 = 75
10+80+75 = 165

QUESTION: 12

Directions: Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions –
Number of students who took part in different competitions from two states 

Percentage of students who won medals from different states

Q. Number of students from Goa who got medals is approximately what percent of number of students from Kerala who got medals?

Solution:

Some info take from above question. Next: Number of students from Goa who got medals in 2011 = 18/100 * 300
Number of students from Goa who got medals in 2013 = 35/100 * 800
Similarly find all from Kerala also
From Goa = 569
From Kerala = 546
So % = 569/546 * 100 = 104

QUESTION: 13

Directions: Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions –
Number of students who took part in different competitions from two states 

Percentage of students who won medals from different states

Q. What is the difference between number of students who do not won medals in the year 2010 and 2011 together from Kerala and who do not won medals in the year 2014 and 2015 together from Goa?

Solution:

Who do not won medals in the year 2010 and 2011 together from Kerala = 95/100 * 200 + 80/100 * 300 = 430
Who do not won medals in the year 2014 and 2015 together from Goa = 90/100 * 700 + 75/100 * 300 = 855
855 - 430 = 425

QUESTION: 14

Directions: Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions –
Number of students who took part in different competitions from two states 

Percentage of students who won medals from different states

Q. What is the ratio of the total number of students who do not won medals in the years 2012 and 2013 from Goa to same years from Kerala?

Solution:

From Goa in 2012 and 2013 = 80/100 * 400 + 65/100 * 800 = 840
From Kerala in 2012 and 2013 = 70/100 * 300 + 75/100 * 600 = 660
840 : 660 = 14 : 11

QUESTION: 15

Directions: Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions –
Number of students who took part in different competitions from two states 

Percentage of students who won medals from different states

Q. What is the total number of students who won medals from Goa in the year 2013 and who do not won medals from Kerala in the year 2012?

Solution:

Who won medals from Goa in the year 2013 = 280 
Who won medals from Kerala in the year 2012 = 210 
280 + 210 = 490

Related tests