Bank PO and Clerk Test Series

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An institute having 450 employees has sent all its employees for training in one or more areas out of HRM, computer skills and financial skills. The employees are classified into two categories - officers and clerks, who are in the ratio of 4:5. 10% of the officers take training only in computer skills, 16% of the clerks take training only in HRM which is equal to the number of officers taking training only in financial skills and is equal to the 50% of the number of officers taking training only in HRM and financial skills both. 6% of the total employees take training in all of which two-third are officers. 10% of the total employees take training only in HRM and computer skills, which is five times the number of clerks taking training only in computer skills and financial skills. The number of officers taking training only in HRM is 25% of the number of clerks taking training only in HRM. 20% of the total number of employees take training only in computer skills. Number of clerks taking training in HRM and financial skills both is 20% of the total number of clerks.

 

What per cent of the total number of officers take training in computer skills but not in financial skills?

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An institute having 450 employees has sent all its employees for training in one or more areas out of HRM, computer skills and financial skills. The employees are classified into two categories - officers and clerks, who are in the ratio of 4:5. 10% of the officers take training only in computer skills, 16% of the clerks take training only in HRM which is equal to the number of officers taking training only in financial skills and is equal to the 50% of the number of officers taking training only in HRM and financial skills both. 6% of the total employees take training in all of which two-third are officers. 10% of the total employees take training only in HRM and computer skills, which is five times the number of clerks taking training only in computer skills and financial skills. The number of officers taking training only in HRM is 25% of the number of clerks taking training only in HRM. 20% of the total number of employees take training only in computer skills. Number of clerks taking training in HRM and financial skills both is 20% of the total number of clerks.

 

Total how many clerks take training in financial skills?

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An institute having 450 employees has sent all its employees for training in one or more areas out of HRM, computer skills and financial skills. The employees are classified into two categories - officers and clerks, who are in the ratio of 4:5. 10% of the officers take training only in computer skills, 16% of the clerks take training only in HRM which is equal to the number of officers taking training only in financial skills and is equal to the 50% of the number of officers taking training only in HRM and financial skills both. 6% of the total employees take training in all of which two-third are officers. 10% of the total employees take training only in HRM and computer skills, which is five times the number of clerks taking training only in computer skills and financial skills. The number of officers taking training only in HRM is 25% of the number of clerks taking training only in HRM. 20% of the total number of employees take training only in computer skills. Number of clerks taking training in HRM and financial skills both is 20% of the total number of clerks.

 

Total how many employees take training in financial skills but not in HRM?

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An institute having 450 employees has sent all its employees for training in one or more areas out of HRM, computer skills and financial skills. The employees are classified into two categories - officers and clerks, who are in the ratio of 4:5. 10% of the officers take training only in computer skills, 16% of the clerks take training only in HRM which is equal to the number of officers taking training only in financial skills and is equal to the 50% of the number of officers taking training only in HRM and financial skills both. 6% of the total employees take training in all of which two-third are officers. 10% of the total employees take training only in HRM and computer skills, which is five times the number of clerks taking training only in computer skills and financial skills. The number of officers taking training only in HRM is 25% of the number of clerks taking training only in HRM. 20% of the total number of employees take training only in computer skills. Number of clerks taking training in HRM and financial skills both is 20% of the total number of clerks.

 

Total how many clerks take training in computer skills but not in HRM?

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An institute having 450 employees has sent all its employees for training in one or more areas out of HRM, computer skills and financial skills. The employees are classified into two categories - officers and clerks, who are in the ratio of 4:5. 10% of the officers take training only in computer skills, 16% of the clerks take training only in HRM which is equal to the number of officers taking training only in financial skills and is equal to the 50% of the number of officers taking training only in HRM and financial skills both. 6% of the total employees take training in all of which two-thirs are officers. 10% of the total employees take training only in HRM and computer skills, which is five times the number of clerks taking training only in computer skills and financial skills. The number of officers taking training only in HRM is 25% of the number of clerks taking training only in HRM. 20% of the total number of employees take training only in computer skills. Number of clerks taking training in HRM and financial skills both is 20% of the total number of clerks.

 

Total How Many Officers Take Training In HRM ?

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Simple Interest Practice Questions

Simple Interest (SI) practice questions for Bank, SSC, Railway and other competitive Exams.

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In 20 years a sum of money becomes 9 times. Find the 10 times of rate of interest.

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The rates of simple interest in two banks x and y are in the ratio of 10 : 8. Gautam wants to deposit her total savings in two banks in such a way that he receives equal half-yearly interest from both. He should deposit the savings in banks x and y in the ratio of

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The SI on a sum of money will be Rs. 200 after 5 yr. In the next 5 yr, the principal is tripled. What will be the total interest at the end of the 10th yr?

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A person borrows Rs. 5000 for 2 years at 4% p.a. simple interest. He immediately lends it to another person at 6% p.a for 2 years. Find his gain in the transaction per year.

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Mr Virat invested an amount of Rs. 13,900 divided into two different schemes A and B at the simple interest rate of 14% p.a. and 11% p.a. respectively. If the total amount of simple interest earned in 2 years be Rs. 3508, what was the amount invested in Scheme B?

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Ajit borrowed Rs. 5000 from Babita at simple interest. After 4 years, Babita received Rs. 1000 more than the amount given to Ajit on loan. The rate of interest was :

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Reena took a loan of Rs. 1200 with simple interest for as many years as the rate of interest. If she paid Rs. 432 as interest at the end of the loan period, what was the rate of interest?

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A person borrows Rs. 5000 for 2 years at 4% p.a. simple interest. He immediately lends it to another person at 6% p.a for 2 years. Find his gain in the transaction per year.

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A certain amount earns simple interest of Rs. 1750 after 7 years. Had the interest been 2% more, how much more interest would it have earned?

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A sum of money at simple interest amounts to Rs. 815 in 3 years and to Rs. 854 in 4 years. The sum is:

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The sum of money that will give Re 1 as interest per day at 5% per annum simple interest is :

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Work and Wages Basic to Advance Practice Set

Work and Wages Practice set for upcoming Bank PO, Bank Clerk, SSC CHSL, SSC CGL, RRB NTPC exams...

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Two friends P and Q work together on an assignment and take 10 days to finish it and were paid Rs 1155/- for it. If P was to work alone, he would take 15 days to finish the assignment. Find their share of each of them in the earnings.

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What will be the share of R, if together Sand T complete only 7/11 of the task, and all three had been given the contract to finish the task for Rs. 1100?

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Aman and Rita together earn Rs. 188 per day. Rita and Ram together earn Rs. 152 per day. Aman, Rita and Ram when working together earn Rs. 300 per day. How much does Rita earn daily?

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P and Q have been given a task of painting a house for Rs. 800. With the help of R, they complete the job in just 3 days. Had P alone be doing the task, he would need 6 days. If Q alone would be doing the task, he would need 8 days. How much money will R get?

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A and B work together on a task for 5 days. They then leave and the rest of the task is done by C in just 2 days. All the three together are paid Rs. 450. What will be C’s share out of the payment if A alone could do the task in 10 days and B alone can do the task alone in 15 days?

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A and B begin with the assignment and finish a particular part of the work. C works alone on the remaining 3/5 of the project. They are paid a total of 640 Rs for the complete work. What should be C's share in the earnings?

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The amount of money with which P’s wage can be paid for 18 days when P is working alone, is enough for paying Q’s wage for 12 days when Q is working alone. If P and Q start working together, then the same amount would be enough for wages of both of them for how many days?

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6 men earn the same as what 8 women earn while 4 women earn the same as what 3 girls and 3 boys earn together. Boys and girls earn the same. Working together 6 men, 4 women and 8 boys earn Rs 26/-. Find out the total wages of 8 men, 6 women and 4 boys. 

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P was selected for an assignment of 100 days. The contract said that he will earn Rs. 48/- for every day that he worked. However, if he is doesn't report to work on someday, another boy will take over but P will have to bear a share of losses i.e. Rs 24 per day. At the end of 100 days, he earned Rs 840/-. How many days did he not report to work?

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A and B work together and get a payment of Rs. 1400. A can complete the work alone in just 30 days. But B takes 40 days to complete the work alone. What is A’s share out of the wages they get?

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Madan and Nikhil can do a job in 30 days and 45 days respectively. They start working together on 1st April but leave after the work on 15th April. Starting on the morning of 16th April, Ram finishes the remaining job on 21st April. The total payout for the job was Rs 15000/-. How much did Ram earn in the assignment?

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Daily wages of men are 500%  those of child. Two groups of 22 children each earn Rs 29568 while working for 8 weeks. Some men work on a similar project for 2 days less than 7 weeks and earn Rs 16920. How many men worked on the project?

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Starting on Monday morning A can finish a task by Friday evening while B takes 2 days more to get over with the same task. They take up a project together and are paid Rs 480/- for it. How much should be B's share in the earnings?

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The efficiency of a A is 500% that of B. They work together on a job for 3 days and make Rs 2700/-. Find the daily wages of B.

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P, Q and R together can finish a work in 6 days. Working alone P will take 12 days while Q will take 4 days more than A to finish the work. The amount they were paid for the work is Rs 6400. What is the share of R in total earnings?

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Time And Work

Here we provided you the Time and Work questions for practice. You should try to do it within 20 Minutes. If you fail to complete it in the given time, then try again with some extra effort. These Time and Work questions are very important for the upcoming exams like IBPS RRB Exam, SBI PO, IBPS PO and IBPS Clerk.

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P and Q can do a work in 12 days. Q can do the same work in 18 days. In how many days P can complete the 2/3 of the same work?

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Aman can do a piece of work in 20 days and Raman can do the 1/7th of the same work in 5 days. In how many days together they can complete the 11/14th of the total work?

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Ram can finish a work in 5 days and Shayam takes 4 days to do the same work. If the work is increased by 8 times, How many days will it take for both of them to finish the work if they work together?

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Abhishek can complete a task in 12 days. Brijesh can complete the same task in 18 days. If Abhishek and Brijesh work on this same task on alternate days starting with A, in how many days do they finish the entire task?

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Ravi takes twice the time taken by Sonu to complete a piece of work and half of the time taken by Mohan to complete the work. If all of them working together can complete the work in 12 days, in how many days Ravi and Sonu working together can complete that work?

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A can do the work in 25 days. A worked for 5 days and after that B completed it in 20 days. In how many days will A and B together finish the work?

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P can do a piece of work in 24  days. Q can do the same work in 30 days and R in 40 days. P and R worked for 4 days and handed it to Q. Q worked for some days and handed it again to P and R 6 days before completing the work. For how many days did Q work?

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A peice of work has to complete in 60 days, the number of workers are employed but it is found that only 50% of the work is done in 40 days, then 30 more workers were employed to complete the work on time. What is the initial number of workers?

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A can do a work at the same rate as that of as B and C do working together. If B can complete a job in 6 days and C can complete the same job in 12 days. Find the time taken by A to complete the job.

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Aman can do a piece of work in 18 days, Bina can do it in 24 days and Chintu can do it in 60 days. Efficiency of Deepak is twice the efficiency of Chintu. If Aman worked for 2 days, Bina worked for 4 days and Chintu worked for 6 days. How many days will Deepak take to complete the remaining work alone? 

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5 Men can do a piece of work in 6 days. 6 Women can do 40% of same work in 4 days and 3 Children can do 75% of same work in 6 days. If 2 Men, 3 Women and 1 Child start work alternately, then who will be the last to complete the work?

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Amit is twice as fast as Bina, and Bina is one-third as fast as Chandra. If together they can complete work in 30 days, in how many days can Amit, Bina and Chandra do the work respectively?

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Two persons A and B can dig a pit in 20 days and 25 days respectively and a third person C can fill that pit in 50 days. All of the three persons start their work and after sometime, C leaves the work. If total time taken to dig the pit from the beginning is 13 days, find after how many days C left his work?

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If three men and two boys can do the same piece of work as two men and three boys, then what is the ratio of efficiency of man and boy?

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If A completes a project in 7 days and B alone completes the same project in 8 days, then in how many days will they complete the project if they both work together?

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Ratio And Proportion Practice Questions

Ratio And Proportion Practice Questions for Bank, SSC and Railway...

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The number of candidates writing three different entrance exams is in the ratio 4:5:6. There is a proposal to increase these numbers of candidates by 40%, 60% and 85% respectively. What will be the ratio of increased numbers?

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The ratio of salary of two persons X and Y is 5:8. If the salary of X increases by 60% and that of Y decreases by 35% then the new ratio of their salaries become 40:27. What is X's salary?

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If A:B = 9:11 and B:C = 13:15 then which of the following is A:B:C?

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The ratio of Iron to Steel in four types of metal sheet of equal quantity is 2 : 3, 3 : 7, 4: 11 and 11 :9 respectively. The all the four metal sheet are mixed together. What is the ratio of Iron to Steelafter mixing?

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Three numbers P, Q and R are in the ratio of 12 : 15 : 25. If sum of these numbers is 312, the ratio between the difference of Q and P and the difference of R and Q is –

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The cost price of 2 shirts and 3 jeans is Rs. 2200 and the cost price of 2 jeans and 4 shirts is Rs. 2400. Find the ratio between the cost price of the jeans and the shirt.

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If X:Y = 5:6 and Y:Z = 10:11 then what will be X:Z?

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Vivek had 10 paise, 25 paise and 50 paise coins in the ratio of 10 : 8 :  9 respectively. After giving Rs. 20 his mother he has Rs. 40. How many 50 paise coins did he have?

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Out of three positive numbers, the ratio of the first and the second numbers is 3 : 4 that of the second and the third numbers is 5 : 6 if the product of the second and the third numbers is 4320. What is the sum of three numbers?

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The salary of two friends Ravi and Manoj are in the ratio 4:5. If the salary of each one increases by Rs.6000, then the new ratio becomes 48:55. What is Manoj's present salary?

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New Pattern Syllogism

New Pattern Syllogism these questions are frequently asked in competitive exams these days. So, why not master these with adequate practice. Let us not waste any more time and solve some of the Syllogism Questions for Bank and SSC Exams.

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Statements:

  • No fresh are stale.
  • Some greens are stale.
  • Only few fresh are grapes.

Conclusions:

  1. All grapes can be stale.
  2. Some greens can be fresh.

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Statements :

  • All onions are costly.
  • Only a few costly are tomatoes.
  • No tomatoes are brown.

Conclusions:

  1. All costly can be brown.
  2. All onion can be brown.

 

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Statements:

  • Some breads are butter.
  • No butter is tea.
  • All tea is biscuit.

Conclusions:

  1. Some biscuits are not butter.
  2. Some butter are not biscuit.

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Statements:

  • All horses are mares.
  • Only a few mares are foals.
  • Some foals are breeds.

Conclusions:

  1. All horses can be foals.
  2. Some breeds are not mares.

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Statements:

  • Some planets are pluto.
  • Only a few pluto are mercury.
  • No sun is mercury.

Conclusions:

  1. Some pluto is not sun.
  2. All planets can be sun.

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Statements:

  • All the beds are wooden.
  • Some wooden are tables.
  • Only a few tables are iron.

Conclusions:

  1. Some beds are iron is not a possibility.
  2. No tables are bed.

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Statements:

  • Some offices are building.
  • Only a few buildings are houses.
  • Only a few buildings are green.

Conclusions:

  1. Some offices are green.
  2. Some houses can be green.

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Statements:

  • Only a few blue are water.
  • Some water are ice.
  • No ice are blue.

Conclusions:

  1. Some water is not ice.
  2. All ice can be water.

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Statements:

  • No kings are knights.
  • Some knights are warriors.
  • Only a few prince are warriors.

Conclusions:

  1. All prince can be kings.
  2. All king can be warrior.

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Statements:

  • No blues are honey.
  • Some honey are brown.
  • All brown are black

Conclusions:

  1. Only a few honey are black.
  2. Some black can be blue.

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Direction Basic Questions For All Competitive Exams

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Here we provide you single test of direction for all competitive exams. We hope you are enjoying our free test please rate our test series.

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One morning, Rita started to walk toward the sun. After walking a while, she turned to her left and again to her left. After walking a while, she again turned right. Which direction is she facing now?

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One day, Nita left home and cycled 10 km southwards. Turned right and cycled 5 km and turned right and cycled 10 km and turned left cycled 10 km. How many kilometers will she have to cycle to reach her home straight?

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One day Ravi left home and cycled 10 km southwards, turned right and cycled 5 km and turned right and cycled 10 km and turned left and cycled 10 km. how many kilometres will he have to cycle to reach his home straight?

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A located to the West of B. C is located at North in between A and B. D is exactly to the South of B and also in line with B. In which direction of C is D located?

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Asha walks 3 km Southward and then turns right and walks 2 km. She again turns right and walks 3 km and turns towards her left and starts walking straight.  In which direction is she walking now?

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If you are facing north-east and move 10 m forward, turn left and move 7.5 m, then you are

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Tina drives 45 kms towards East, turns right and drives 65 kms, then turns left and drives 33 kms. In which direction is she facing now?

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Deepak walks 20 m towards North. He then turns left and walks 40 m. He again turns left and walks 20 m. Further he moves 20 m after turning to the right. How far is he from his original position?

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Kunal walks 10 km towards North. From there he walks 6 km towards South. Then, he walks 3 km towards East. How far and in which direction is he with reference to his starting point?

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A man walks 15 metres south. Then turning to his right he walks 15 metres. Then turning to his left, he walks 10 metres. Again turns to his left and walks 15 metres. How far is he from his initial position?

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Percentage Practice Test 2 (20 Question)

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In an office there are 40% female employees. 50% of male employees are UG graduates. The total 52% of employees are UG graduates out of 1800 employees. What is the number of female employees who are UG graduates?

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In an election only two candidates A and B contested 30% of the voters did not vote and 1600 votes were declared as invalid. The winner, A got 4800 votes more than his opponent thus he secured 51% votes of the total voters on the voter list. Percentage votes of the loser candidate, B out of the total voters on the voter list is:

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The monthly income of Shyama and Kamal together is Rs.28000. The income of Shyama and Kamal is increased by 25% and 12.5% respectively. The new income of Kamal becomes 120% of the new salary of Shyama. What is the new income of Shyama?

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Initially, Suresh has Rs.200 in his paytm wallet then he increased it by 20%. Once again he increased his amount by 25%. The final value of money in his wallet will be how much % greater than the initial amount?

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Ankita is 25 years old. If Rahul’s age is 25% greater than that of Ankita then how much percent Ankita’s age is less than Rahul’s age?

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A school has raised 75% of the amount it needs for a new building by receiving an average donation of Rs. 1200 from the parents of the students. The people already solicited represents the parents of 60% of the students. If the School is to raise exactly the amount needed for the new building, what should be the average donation from the remaining students to be solicited?

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In a library 60% of the books are in Hindi, 60% of the remaining books are in English rest of the books are in Malayalam. If there are 4800 books in English, then the total number of books in Malayalam are?

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Mr.Ramesh gives 10% of some amount to his wife and 10% of the remaining to hospital expenses and again 10% of the remaining amount to charity. Then he has only Rs.7290 with him. What is the initial sum of money with that person?

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Initially, a shopkeeper had “x” pens. A customer bought 10% of pens from “x” then another customer bought 20% of the remaining pens after that one more customer purchased 25% of the remaining pens. Finally, shopkeeper is left with 270 pens in his shop. How many pens were there initially in his shop?

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In a private company 60% of the employees are men and 48% of the employees are Engineer and 66.6% of Engineers are men. The percentage of women who are not engineers is?

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A Sales Executive gets a commission on total sales at 8%. If the sale is exceeded Rs.10,000 he gets an additional commission as a bonus of 4% on the excess of sales over Rs.10,000. If he gets the total commission of Rs.950, then the bonus he received is?

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Mr.Ravi’s salary was reduced by 25% for three months. But after the three months, his salary was increased to the original salary. What is the percentage increase in salary of Mr.Ravi?

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The cost of packaging of the oranges is 20% the cost of fresh oranges themselves. The cost of oranges increased by 30% but the cost of packaging decreased by 50%, then the percentage change of the cost of packed oranges, if the cost of packed oranges is equal to the sum of the cost of fresh oranges and cost of packaging

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In a College there are 1800 students. Last day except 4% of the boys all the students were present in the college. Today except 5% of the girls all the students are present in the college, but in both the days number of students present in the college, were same. The number of girls in the college is?

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Cost Price of two laptops is the same. One of the laptops is sold at a profit of 15% and the Selling Price of another laptop is Rs. 3400 more than the first one. The net profit is 20%. What is the Cost Price of Each laptop?

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500 kg of ore contained a certain amount of iron. After the first blast furnace process, 200 kg of slag containing 12.5% of iron was removed. The percentage of iron in the remaining ore was found to be 20% more than the percentage in the original ore. How many kg of iron were there in the original 500 kg ore?

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80% of a small number is 4 less than 40% of a larger number. The larger number is 125 greater than the smaller one. The sum of these two  numbers is

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Ravi got 70% in English and 56% in Biology and the maximum marks of both papers is 100. What percent does he score in Maths, if he scores 60% marks in all the three subjects?. Maximum Marks of Maths paper is 200.

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Veena bought a watch costing Rs. 1404 including sales tax at 8%. She asked the shopkeeper to reduce the price of the watch so that she can save the amount equal to the tax. The reduction of the price of the watch is?

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In a school there are 2000 students. On January 2nd, all the students were present in the school except 4% of the boys and on January 3rd, all the students are present in the school except 28/3% of the girls, but in both the days number of students present in the school, were same. The number of girls in the school is?

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Square Root and Cube Root - Quantitative Aptitude (MCQ) Practice Questions

Dear Aspirant, these square root and cube root questions are for your practice. Practice these questions and analyze your preparation.

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What is 2252 ?

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 Find value of  1/(√25 - √18), if √2 = 1.414?

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square and cube root

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What is the difference between 1500 and nearest perfect square number?

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What is the cube root of (-21952)?

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What least number should be multiplied with 384 to make it a perfect square?

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 (0.4)2 + (0.2)2 = ?

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What should come in place of question mark in
square root and cube root

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square root and cube root

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square and cube root

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Four-fifth of one-eighth of 3/4th of A is 64. What is the cube root of 3/5th of A?

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Ramesh arranged his 17424 chocolates in such a way that there are as many rows as there are chocolates in each row. How many chocolates did he place in each row?

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(8.01)2 + ? = (8.97)2 What will approximately come in place of question mark?

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square andc ube root

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If square root of 5625 is 75, then √5625 + √56.25 + √0.5625 is equal to

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square root and cube root

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Sum of squares of two numbers is 145. If square root of one number is 3, find the other number.

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By what least number should we multiply 1008 to make it a perfect square?

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Which is greatest among the following numbers?
2√2, √7 , 2√3, √5

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What is the smallest number with which 5400 may be multiplied so that the product is a perfect cube?

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Percentage Practice Questions 1 (20 Question)

Dear aspirant, here we provide you with percentage practice questions for upcoming Bank, SSC, Railway and other competitive exams...

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Fourty-five percent of a number is 30 less than three-fifth of that number . What is the number?

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In the new budget, the price of Refined oil rose by 25%. By how much percent must a person reduce his consumption so that his expenditure on it does not increase?

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In an examination, 30% of the total students failed in Hindi, 45% failed in English and 20% failed in both the subjects. Find the percentage of those who passed in both subjects.

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Virat spent 14% of his income on electricity bills, 28% on rent and 18% on shopping. ¼ of the remaining amount is Rs. 5125. How much did he spend on electricity bill?

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64% of a number is 2592. What is 88% of that numbers?

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Mr. Keisham gave 40%  of the money he had, to his wife. He also gave 20% of the remaining  amount to each of his three sons, Half of the amount now left was spent on miscellaneous item and the remaining amount of Rs. 12,000 was deposited in the bank. How much money did Mr. Keisham have initially ?

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The population of a town is 1,76,400. If it increase at the rate of 5% per annum, what will be its population 2 years hence?what was it 2 years ago?

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Difference of two numbers is 1660. If 7.5% of one number is 12.5% of the other number, Find the two numbers.

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Meena invests Rs 72318, which is 17% of her annual income, in mutual funds. What is her monthly income?

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When the price of a product was decreased by 10%, then the number of sell increased by 30%. What was the effect on the total revenue ?

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One-fourth of two-fifth of 30% of a number is 15. What is 20% of that number?

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The monthly income of a person was reduced by 10%. By what percent should his reduced monthly income be raised so as to bring it at par with his original income?

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The number of seats in an auditorium is increased by 25%. The price of a ticket is also increased by 12%. Then the increase in revenue collection will be:

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If the numerator of a fraction be increased by 15% and its denominator be diminished by 8%, the value of the fraction is 15/16 Find the original fraction.

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The difference between 54% of a number and 26% of the same number is 22526. What is 66% of that number?

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42% of a number is 2457. What is the number?

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Deepika's salary was decreased by 50% and subsequently increased by 50%. How much percent does she lose?

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25% of 960 + 55% of 740 = ?

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Shobha's Mathematics test had 75 problems i.e. 10 arithmetic, 30 algebra and 35 geometry problems. Although she answered 70% of the arithmetic, 40% of the algebra and 60% of the geometry problems correctly, she did not pass the test because she got less than 60% of the problems right . How many more question she would have needed to answer correctly to earn a 60% passing grade?

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A mixture of 40 litres of milk and water contains 10% of water. How much water must be added to make the water 20% in the new mixture?

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