Directions: Answer the following questions with the given information and the graphs:
There are two wholesale markets (Rajapur mandi and Sivapur mandi) in a state, where commodities are traded between buyers and sellers. Commodity A and Commodity B are traded in Rajapur mandi whereas Commodity C is traded in Sivapur mandi. First graph given below shows yearly average traded quantity of all commodities in the state. The second graph shows yearly traded quantities of Commodity A and Commodity B in the wholesale market of Rajapur mandi.
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Try yourself:How many times, the annual traded quantity in Sivapur mandi has been approximately same as quantities traded annually of any item in Rajapur mandi?
1. 4
2. 5
3. 6
4. 7
Explanation
Refer the table as follows:
We can see that produce of C is matching the amounts of A or B in any particular 5 times.
Hence, 2.
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Try yourself:From the years given below, in which year annual percentage change in Commodity C has been lowest?
1. 2014
2. 2015
3. 2017
4. 2018
Explanation
Consider the table given below
For 2014, % annual change over previous year = (-3/8)*100
For 2015, % annual change over previous year = (2/5)*100
For 2017, % annual change over previous year = (-1/3)*100
For 2018, % annual change over previous year = (-1/4)*100
We can clearly see that the lowest percent change is in 2014 at -37.5%
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Try yourself:How many times the annual percentage change in the quantity traded of any commodity in the state is same in two consecutive years?
1. 0
2. 1
3. 2
4. 3
Explanation
From the table:
We can see that % change in consecutive years is not same for any commodity in any year. Hence, 0.
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Try yourself:How many times, the annual average traded quantity in Rajapur mandi has been lower than quantity of Commodity C traded in Sivapur mandi?
1. 3
2. 4
3. 5
4. 6
Explanation
The given condition is satisfied in the following years: (Year, Avg amount in Rajapur, Avg amount in Sivapur)
2010: 350 400
2013: 750 800
2015: 550 700
2016: 500 600
2019: 350 700
Thus, the situation happens a total of 5 times.
Directions: Answer the following questions with the given information and the graphs:
Alpha company uses Rex as main raw material for manufacturing Item A, Item B, Item C and Item D.
The graph below shows the proportion of items produced and price trend of Rex. Annual Res_Index of an item in a given year is measured as follows:
Res_Index of Item A in Year 2013 = Absolute Value (Production of Item A in 2013 - Production of Item A in 2012) / Absolute Value (Rex Price in 2013 - Rex Price in 2012)
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Try yourself:How many times proportion of an Item manufactured has not been changed in the subsequent year?
1. 9
2. 8
3. 7
4. 6
Explanation
This can be easily computed by observing the bars in the graph:
For item A: 2013 to 2014, 14 to 15 i.e. 2 times
For item B: 2011-12 i.e. 1 time
For item C: 2012-13, 2014-15, 2017-18 i.e 3 times
For item D: 2013-14 i.e. 1 time
Hence, a total of 7 such instances.
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Try yourself:In which year, Rex Price had highest percentage increase?
1. 2015
2. 2016
3. 2017
4. 2018
Explanation
The prices in the respective years are:
2015 : 51
2016 : 62.5
2017 : 74
2018 : 62.5
The percentage increase in 2016 = (11.5/51)*100
The percentage increase in 2017 = (11.5/62.5)*100
Obviously, the answer becomes 2016
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Try yourself:From the years mentioned below, in which year average Res_Index of all items manufactured was highest?
1. 2012
2. 2013
3. 2016
4. 2017
Explanation
The production and price of Rex over relevant years is tabulated as follows:
The Res-Index for the different commodities has been computed and tabulated as follows
As we can see, the average Res-Index is the highest for 2012
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Try yourself:From the years mentioned below,in which year Res_Index for item D was highest?
1. 2012
2. 2013
3. 2014
4. 2017
Explanation
The Res_Index for D over the years is:
2012: Res_Index = (200-160)/(80-74) = 6.66
2013: Res_Index = (200-150)/(80-74) = 8.33
2014: Res_Index = (150-90)/(85-80) = 12
2017:Res_Index = (300-200)/(74-63) = 9.09
Thus, 2014 is the desired year.
Directions: Answer the following questions with the given information and the data:
The table given below gives the Production, Consumption and Export details of 10 products of Timbuktu Island. All that is produced is either consumed orexported. If production of any product is falling short of consumption and exports taken together, then that product is imported. There are no Storage facilities in the island.
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Try yourself:For how many products, imports have shown increasing trend?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
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Try yourself:For which of the following product codes, the difference between average production and average consumption is least?
1. 105
2. 106
3. 107
4. 109
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Try yourself:For which of the following product codes, exports as a percentage of production, is highest in any year?
1. 107
2. 108
3. 103
4. 109
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Try yourself:For how many products there were no imports in any year?
1. 0
2. 1
3. 2
4. 3
Directions: Answer the following questions with the given information and the data:
ABC Ltd. supplies a health drink in various cities of India. The drink is available in two packs of 500 ml and 1000 ml. Samples are used for promotion of the product whereas the wastage can happen because of breakage, leakage etc. In 2018, the total of sales, samples distributed and wastage of the both pack sizes was 13380. The ratio of wastage to samples of packs of 500 ml and 1000 ml combined together, in all cities is 5:3.
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Try yourself:What is the number of 1000 ml packs sold in Lucknow city in 2018?
1. 220
2. 250
3. 300
4. 320
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Try yourself:What is the percentage of units of both pack sizes wasted compared to distributed as samples in Chennai in 2018?
1. 125%
2. 139%
3: 141%
4. 41%
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Try yourself:What is the number of units of both pack sizes distributed as samples in Jaipur city in 2018?
1. 198
2. 210
3. 223
4. 232
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Try yourself:Which of the following cities has lowest wastage compared to total units sold in the year 2018?
1. Delhi
2. Jaipur
3. Kolkata
4. Lucknow
Directions: Based on the information, answer the questions which follow:
100 families planned wedding on 21st December 2020 at 9 pm, an auspicious day and time in New Delhi and booked a marriage hall online in Chattarpur Farms. Due to a technical glitch the hall was booked simultaneously for 64 families who received a confirmation with a deposit of ₹ 1 Lakh each. The management on identifying the glitch was troubled and contacted the families for a refund but the families were not ready to accommodate. The management and the families then mutually agreed to have a toss in order to decide which family will be finally allotted the venue.
Certain directions regarding holding the toss are as follows:
- The families were allotted a number from 1 to 64 in alphabetical ascending order of their names.
- It was further decided, Family 1 will have a toss with Family 64 and is considered as Toss 1. Toss 2 will be between Family 2 and Family 63 and Toss 3 between Family 3 and Family 62 and so on.
- The winner of each toss moves to the next round and the winner of Toss 1 will now have a toss with winner of Toss 32, winner of Toss 2 with Toss 31 and so on.
- The remaining rounds of toss are in ascending order i.e. winner of Toss 1 with Toss 2, winner of Toss 3 with Toss 4 and so till there is one winner.
- It was also decided that if the final winner withdraws and hands over the venue to the other finalist, the winner will be given ₹ 1.5 Lakh over and above the refund amount.
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Try yourself:If family 57 is in the finals, then which family in ascending order can propose to withdraw and take an amount of 1.5 Lakh along with the refund.
1. 35
2. 47
3. 39
4. 58
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Try yourself:If family 51 won the toss, then with which family can they not havea toss in the finals?
1. 27
2. 24
3. 29
4. 37
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Try yourself:From the following, which family in descending order can have the toss with Family 12 in finals?
1. 62
2. 60
3. 63
4. 61
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Try yourself:If a toss was between family 9 and family 13, then one toss can be between
1. 25 and 44
2. 32 and 5
3. 23 and 46
4. 21 and 8
Directions: Based on the information, answer the questions which follow:
In a department of a hospital, Amir, Sahil, Vaibhav and Gaurav are doctors and each of them has a duty from 9 am of Day 1 to 9 am of Day 2 for 24 hours in the same order oneafter the other. After each duty, the doctor gets an off for 3 days, including the day heis relieved from duty. For example, if Amir has a duty on Monday, his next duty will now fall on Friday and this rotation goes on.
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Try yourself:If on10^{th} July 2020, Gaurav was on duty, who will be on duty on 26^{th} September 2020?
1. Amir
2. Sahil
3. Vaibhav
4. Gaurav
Explanation
Number of days between 10^{th} July to 26^{th} September = 78
The cycle of doctors gets repeated every 4 days.
Hence, Gaurav will be back on duty on 24^{th} September (as it is 76 days from 10^{th} July and 76 is a multiple of 4)
Hence, Sahil will be on duty on 26^{th} September.
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Try yourself:If on 14^{th} February 2020, Sahil was on duty, then who did the maximum number of duties in that month?
1. Amir
2. Sahil
3. Vaibhav
4. Gaurav
Explanation
If Sahil is on duty on 14th Feb, then Amir was on duty on 13th Feb and Gaurav was on duty on 12th Feb and so on. From this, we can deduce that starting from Feb 1, the order of duty is: Amir-Sahil-Vaibhav-Gaurav.
From this we can see that everyone will have served for equal days till 28 Feb and then on 29th Feb (2020 being leap year), Amir will serve one more day and hence, Amir serves maximum time.
Directions: Based on the information, answer the questions which follow:
In an ICU with a capacity of 8 patients, due to COVID-19, beds were arranged in circular pattern. Thus, now at a time 8 patients can be accommodated. As a basic measure, patients are administered with an IV fluid replacement which as per medical guidelines is 25-30 ml/kg per day. A senior doctor explained to a new intern the amountof IV fluid replacement for each patient but the intern mixes up the doses. From the information given below,help the intern to administer right doses to each patient.
- On a given day, 4 married couples were admitted to the ICU namely, A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H.
- A, D, E and are males and the rest are females. Males are married to females. Each patient was prescribed a replacement from among 25, 28 and 30 ml/kg not necessarily in the same order.
- Any 2 couples do not have the same dose and are neither adjacent nor opposite to each other.
- A, who was prescribed 30 ml/kg was opposite C while E who was prescribed 28 ml/kg was opposite G and E’s spouse wasprescribed 25 ml/kg.
- H is married to F, while D who was not prescribed 25 ml/kg is not married to G.
- B who was prescribed 30 ml/kg was to the immediate left of C and also to the immediate right of the spouse of C.
- None of the 4 males receive IV replacement lower than 28 ml/kg while there is one male patient between B and their spouse.
- A’s spouse receives a replacement of 28 ml/kg same as that of F’s spouse, who are next to each other.
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Try yourself:Who among the following is adjacent to A?
1. D
2. G
3. B
4. E
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Try yourself:What is the transfusion amount for the spouse of D who weighs 80 kg?
1. 3600 ml
2. 2400 ml
3. 2500 ml
4. 2700 ml
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Try yourself:The spouse of which person has an IV infusion of 25 ml/kg?
1. E
2. D
3. B
4. H
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Try yourself:The transfusion amount is same for which of the following?
1. A weighing 80 kg and C weighing 70 kg
2. B weighing 50 kg and C weighing 60 kg
3. C weighing 80 kg and B weighing 60 kg
4. A weighing 50 kg and B weighing 40 kg
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Try yourself:Abeer. Abeer donates 7 novels but buys 4. Joy takes 4 novels from Abeer and gives him 5. Abeer takes one novel from Sanjay and gives to Joy in exchange for 3 more. Abeer gives those 3 novels to Sanjay and he gives Abeer a novel and a magazine. Rahul takes the magazine which Sanjay gave to Abeer and gives Abeer a textbook. Abeer gives the text book to Joy in exchange for a novel. Rahul takes the novel from Sanjay, gives it to Joy for a magazine and gives Abeer the magazine for a novel. How many textbooks does Abeer have?
1. 0
2. 1
3. 2
4. 3
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Try yourself:If ‘Ola bae mare’ means Girlis pretty, ‘sou ola may’ means Raj is handsome, ‘Sab rib may’ means All are handsome, ‘To joy bae’ means Mom was pretty. Then which word stands for Girl?
1. Mare
2. Ola
3. Bae
4. Joy
Explanation
From statement 1 and 2, we have: is = ola
From statement 1 and 3, we have: pretty = bae
Hence, in statement 1 we are left only with girl = mare
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Try yourself:Five vegetables are placed in a row in a grocery store. Carrot is at the extreme left and adjacent to Cucumber. Tomato and Cucumber are not placed together. Onion and Capsicum are placed together but Onion is not next to Tomato. Which of the vegetables are at the extreme ends?
1. Carrot and Tomato
2. Carrot and Onion
3. Cucumber and Capsicum
4. Capsicum and Tomato
Explanation
Carrot is at the extreme left and adjacent to Cucumber. The arrangement is shown below
Carrot, Cucumber, _ , _ , _
Tomato and Cucumber are not placed together. So tomato should not be at third position. Tomato will be at either fourth or fifth position. The two possibilities are shown below
Carrot, Cucumber, _ , Tomato , _ .....(1)
Carrot, Cucumber, _ , _ , Tomato .....(2)
Onion and Capsicum are placed together but Onion is not next to Tomato. Onion and
Capsicum should be together which is not possible in possibility(1). Hence possibility(1) is eliminated. Since Onion is not next to Tomato, Onion should be placed at third position and Capsicum at fourth in the possibility(2). Therefore, the final arrangement is
Carrot, Cucumber, Onion, Capsicum, Tomato
∴ Carrot and Tomato are at the extreme ends.
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Try yourself:In an organization with 70 employees, 30 are females and 30 employees are married. 24 employees hold a graduation degree. 19 married employees are graduates of which 7 are males. 12 males are graduates while 15 males are married. How many unmarried graduate females are employed in the organization?
1. 3
2. 5
3. 0
4. 1