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CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 3
J.P.SHARMA
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CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 3
J.P.SHARMA
The owner of a new restaurant is designing its floor plan. His
goal is to have a seating capacity of at least 410 customers.
The small tables can seat 4 customers, while the large tables
can seat 8 customers.
• Select the inequality in standard form that describes this situation. Use the
given numbers and the following variables.
• x = the number of small tables
• y = the number of large tables
• ? 4x + 8y = 410
• ? 4x + 8y > 410
• ?4x + 8y = 410
• ?4x + 8y < 410
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CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 3
J.P.SHARMA
The owner of a new restaurant is designing its floor plan. His
goal is to have a seating capacity of at least 410 customers.
The small tables can seat 4 customers, while the large tables
can seat 8 customers.
• Select the inequality in standard form that describes this situation. Use the
given numbers and the following variables.
• x = the number of small tables
• y = the number of large tables
• ? 4x + 8y = 410
• ? 4x + 8y > 410
• ?4x + 8y = 410
• ?4x + 8y < 410
In order to earn some extra money, Nate is mowing
lawns. He charges Rs.14 to mow a small lawn and
Rs.29 to mow a large lawn. He would like to make
at least Rs.100.
• Select the inequality in standard form that describes this
situation. Use the given numbers and the following variables.
• x = the number of small lawns
• y = the number of large lawns
• ?14x + 29y = 100
• ?29x + 14y = 100
• ?29x + 14y = 100
• ?14x + 29y = 100
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CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 3
J.P.SHARMA
The owner of a new restaurant is designing its floor plan. His
goal is to have a seating capacity of at least 410 customers.
The small tables can seat 4 customers, while the large tables
can seat 8 customers.
• Select the inequality in standard form that describes this situation. Use the
given numbers and the following variables.
• x = the number of small tables
• y = the number of large tables
• ? 4x + 8y = 410
• ? 4x + 8y > 410
• ?4x + 8y = 410
• ?4x + 8y < 410
In order to earn some extra money, Nate is mowing
lawns. He charges Rs.14 to mow a small lawn and
Rs.29 to mow a large lawn. He would like to make
at least Rs.100.
• Select the inequality in standard form that describes this
situation. Use the given numbers and the following variables.
• x = the number of small lawns
• y = the number of large lawns
• ?14x + 29y = 100
• ?29x + 14y = 100
• ?29x + 14y = 100
• ?14x + 29y = 100
Ella is purchasing tickets at the county fair. A ride on the Ferris wheel requires 1 ticket and a ride on
the roller coaster requires 2 tickets. She has enough money to purchase a maximum of 44 tickets.
Select the inequality in standard form that describes this situation. Use the given numbers and the
following variables.
•x = the number of Ferris wheel rides
•y = the number of roller coaster rides
2 + x + 1 + y = 44
2x + y = 44
1 + x + 2 + y = 44
x + 2y = 44
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CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 3
J.P.SHARMA
The owner of a new restaurant is designing its floor plan. His
goal is to have a seating capacity of at least 410 customers.
The small tables can seat 4 customers, while the large tables
can seat 8 customers.
• Select the inequality in standard form that describes this situation. Use the
given numbers and the following variables.
• x = the number of small tables
• y = the number of large tables
• ? 4x + 8y = 410
• ? 4x + 8y > 410
• ?4x + 8y = 410
• ?4x + 8y < 410
In order to earn some extra money, Nate is mowing
lawns. He charges Rs.14 to mow a small lawn and
Rs.29 to mow a large lawn. He would like to make
at least Rs.100.
• Select the inequality in standard form that describes this
situation. Use the given numbers and the following variables.
• x = the number of small lawns
• y = the number of large lawns
• ?14x + 29y = 100
• ?29x + 14y = 100
• ?29x + 14y = 100
• ?14x + 29y = 100
Ella is purchasing tickets at the county fair. A ride on the Ferris wheel requires 1 ticket and a ride on
the roller coaster requires 2 tickets. She has enough money to purchase a maximum of 44 tickets.
Select the inequality in standard form that describes this situation. Use the given numbers and the
following variables.
•x = the number of Ferris wheel rides
•y = the number of roller coaster rides
2 + x + 1 + y = 44
2x + y = 44
1 + x + 2 + y = 44
x + 2y = 44
For tax purposes, a large corporation wants to spend
more than Rs.10,300,000 on charitable works. The
company is told that, in a developing country, it can build a
hospital for Rs.2,380,000 and a school for Rs.13,500.
• Select the inequality in standard form that describes this situation. Use
the given numbers and the following variables.
• x = the number of hospitals built
• y = the number of schools built
• 2,380,000x + 13,500y > 10,300,000
• 2,380,000x + 13,500y = 10,300,000
• 13,500x + 2,380,000y = 10,300,000
• 13,500x + 2,380,000y > 10,300,000
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