# Quantitative MCQ - 14

## 30 Questions MCQ Test Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations | Quantitative MCQ - 14

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QUESTION: 1

### Directions (1-5): Production of three different flavors of Soft-Drinks Pepsi, Thumbs Up & Sprite by Pepsico. Over three years (in lakhs) For which of the following years, the % of rise or fall in production from previous years is maximum for Sprite?

Solution: QUESTION: 2

### Directions (1-5): Production of three different flavors of Soft-Drinks Pepsi, Thumbs Up & Sprite by Pepsico. Over three years (in lakhs) For which flavor was the average production maximum in given period?

Solution: QUESTION: 3

### Directions (1-5): Production of three different flavors of Soft-Drinks Pepsi, Thumbs Up & Sprite by Pepsico. Over three years (in lakhs) Total production for Pepsi in 2010 & 2012 is what % of the total production of Thumbs Up in 2014 & 2010 together?

Solution: QUESTION: 4

Directions (1-5): Production of three different flavors of Soft-Drinks Pepsi, Thumbs Up & Sprite by Pepsico. Over three years (in lakhs) What is the difference between the average production of Sprite in 2006, 2010 & 2016 and the average production of Sprite in 2008, 2010 &2014?

Solution: QUESTION: 5

Directions (1-5): Production of three different flavors of Soft-Drinks Pepsi, Thumbs Up & Sprite by Pepsico. Over three years (in lakhs) What was the approximate decline in the production of Thumbs Up in 2016 from 2006?

Solution: QUESTION: 6

Directions (6-10): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations

I. x2+13x+42=0

II. y2+19y+90=0

Solution: QUESTION: 7

Directions (6-10): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations

I. x2+15x+56=0

II. y2-23y+132=0

Solution: QUESTION: 8

Directions (6-10): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations

I. x2=144

II. y2-24y+144=0

Solution: QUESTION: 9

Directions (6-10): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations

I. 2x2+19x+45=0

II. 2y2+11y+12=0

Solution:  QUESTION: 10

Directions (6-10): In the following questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations

I. 3x2-13x+12=0

II. 2y2-15y+28=0

Solution:  QUESTION: 11

Direction (11-15): Refer the following line graph and answer the questions based on it. What is the average speed of the train on Day 1, Day 3 and Day 4 together if the train travelled same distance on each of these days?

Solution: QUESTION: 12

Direction (11-15): Refer the following line graph and answer the questions based on it. On day 5, the train covered a distance of 300 km while the car covered 240 km. What is the ratio of time taken by the car to the time taken by the train on that day?

Solution: QUESTION: 13

Direction (11-15): Refer the following line graph and answer the questions based on it. If the time taken by the car is thrice to the time taken by the train on day 3, then the distance covered by the car is how much percent more than the distance covered by the train on that day?

Solution: QUESTION: 14

Direction (11-15): Refer the following line graph and answer the questions based on it. For which day, the percentage increase/decrease in the speed of train from the previous day is the maximum?

Solution:  QUESTION: 15

Direction (11-15): Refer the following line graph and answer the questions based on it. If both the train and the car travelled for 3 hours 20 minutes each on day 2, then what is the difference of the distances travelled by the train and the car on that day?

Solution: QUESTION: 16

Directions (16-19): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions based on it.

Given below is the pie chart which shows the percentage of female voters in 5 different villages.
Total female voters in these five villages is 12000. What is the sum of male voters from village A and B together if total voters (Male + Female) in these two villages in 7600

Solution: QUESTION: 17

Directions (16-19): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions based on it.

Given below is the pie chart which shows the percentage of female voters in 5 different villages.
Total female voters in these five villages is 12000. What is the ratio of total female voters from village C & D together to the total female voters from village B and E together

Solution: QUESTION: 18

Directions (16-19): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions based on it.

Given below is the pie chart which shows the percentage of female voters in 5 different villages.
Total female voters in these five villages is 12000. Total female voters from village A and C together are what percent of female voters village D and E together.

Solution: QUESTION: 19

Directions (16-19): Study the following pie chart and answer the questions based on it.

Given below is the pie chart which shows the percentage of female voters in 5 different villages.
Total female voters in these five villages is 12000. If ratio of male to female voters from village C is 6 : 5 and from village D is 4 : 3 then males from village C are what percent of males from  village D.

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

Directions (20-24): In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.

3     7     16     35     72     153     312

Solution: QUESTION: 21

Directions (20-24): In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.

18     20     23     32     48     73     109

Solution: QUESTION: 22

Directions (20-24): In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.

7     4     5     9     20     51     160.5

Solution:  QUESTION: 23

Directions (20-24): In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.

6     10     14     34     66     130     258

Solution: QUESTION: 24

Directions (20-24): In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.

2     7     30     138     524     1557     3102

Solution:  QUESTION: 25

Directions (25–29): Study the following pie-charts carefully and answer the questions below it.  What is the difference between the funds acquired by school from NGO’s and internal sources?

Solution: QUESTION: 26

Directions (25–29): Study the following pie-charts carefully and answer the questions below it.  If the school managed ‘school maintenance’ from the ‘government agencies’ only, then how much fund from government agencies would still be left for other use?

Solution: QUESTION: 27

Directions (25–29): Study the following pie-charts carefully and answer the questions below it.  If scholarship has to be paid out of the donation found, the what is the approximate per cent of donation found used for this purpose?

Solution: QUESTION: 28

Directions (25–29): Study the following pie-charts carefully and answer the questions below it.  What is the total amount used by the school for payment?

Solution: QUESTION: 29

Directions (25–29): Study the following pie-charts carefully and answer the questions below it.  What amount of the fund is acquired by the school from government agencies?

Solution: QUESTION: 30

By selling 12 marbles for a rupee, a shopkeeper loses 20% In order to gain 20% in the transaction, he should sell the marbles at the rate of how many marbles for a rupee?

Solution: 