- Study the following and answer the questions:
The ratio of male to female employees in a university is 5 : 7. All employees of the university work at different levels. (Level- A,B,C,D,E). 16 2/3% of the male employees work at level A. The difference between male employees working at level B and male employees working at level D is 114, while the sum of the same is 250. (male employees at level B < male employees at level D). 9 male employees work at level E, which is 2% of the total number of male employees. remaining male employees work at level C. 22 2/9% of the female employees work at level A. The no.of female employees working at level B is 6 more than the no. of female employees working at level C. The number of female employees working at level D is 2 more than the number of male employees at the same level. The number of female employees working at level E is 57 1/7% of the female employees working at level A. Find the total number of employees working on level B?

176174192168184Option E

Number=68+116=184 - Female employees working on level E constitutes what percent of total number of employees in the university?
4 5/9%7 11/27%8 13/25%9 11/23%None of theseOption B

Required percentage = (80/1080)×100=7 (11/27)% - What is the respective ratio of male employees working at level A to the female employees working at level E?
10:1215:1614:18Cannot be determinedNone of theseOption B

Required ratio = 75/80=15∶16 - What is the total number of employees working at level A, level B and level C?
525625600725None of theseOption B

Total no. of employees at A,B and C levels= 75 + 68+ 116 + 140 + 116 + 110= 625 - The number of female employees of which level is equal to the number of male employees of level C?
Level BLevel ALevel DLevel ENone of theseOption A
- Given below is the information regarding to the result of 3 students Akansha, Shivani, Kavya in sessional exams. Read it carefully and answer the following questions.There are total 5 subjects i.e.English , Maths , Computer , Commerce and Economics each carrying different maximum marks. English and Maths both carries equal maximum marks i.e. 35. Computer carries maximum marks 5 more than English and 10 more than Commerce. Total of maximum marks of the 5 subjects is 160. Kavya scored 60% in English, while Shivani scored 48 4/7% in the same subject. Akansha scored only 13.5 marks in English. Akansha scored 24 marks in Maths which is 60% more than the marks scored by Shivani in the same subject. The total of the marks of 3 students in Maths is 58, Kavya scored 15.5 marks in Computer, while Shivani scored 35% in the same subject and Akansha scored highest in Computer with 29 marks. Akansha scored 40% in Commerce which is 33 1/3% less than the marks of Shivani in the same subject. Score of Kavya in Commerce is 14 marks. The sum of marks of Akansha and Shivani in Economics is 32 while the ratio of the same is 9 : 7. Kavya scored 77.5% marks in Economics.
What is the average marks scored by the 3 students in Commerce? (round off to nearest integer)

13151817None of theseOption B

Average=(12+18+14)/3 - Find the difference between total marks scored by Akansha in all subjects and the total marks scored by Shivani in all subjects together?
18.520.51917.0None of theseOption A

Required difference =96.5-78=18.5 - Calculate the percentage of marks obtained by Kavya in the sessional exams?
53.125%50.25%55.00%51.750%None of thseOption A

=(85/160)×100=53.125% - Marks of Shivani in Commerce and Computer’s in what percent more or less than by marks of all the 3 students in economics?(round off to 2 decimal places).
33.33%31.76%30.50%32.63%None of theseOption D
- If the passing marks in each sessional are 40%, then total number of compartments of all students together ?
1324None of theseOption B