Quant Test for NIACL 2018 Prelim Exam Set – 13

Directions(1-5): What will come in place of question mark in the following questions.

  1. (62.5 × 12 × 3) ÷ 9 – 34 = (?)^3
    10
    8
    6
    12
    4
    Option C
    (62.5 × 12 × 3) ÷ 9 – 34 = (?)^3
    =>(62.5 × 12 × 3) ÷ 9 – 34 = (?)^3
    => (?)^3 = 250–34 = (216)^1/3 = 6

     

  2. ( 8/3 × 15/4 ) + ( 52/9 × 36/13) + ( 15/2 × 24/10) =?
    40
    54
    48
    62
    57
    Option B
    ( 8/3 × 15/4 ) + ( 52/9 × 36/13) + ( 15/2 × 24/10) =?
    = 10+16+18 = 54

     

  3. 62.5% of 800 – 33.33% of 960 = 125% of ?
    150
    169
    100
    125
    144
    Option E
    62.5% of 800 – 33.33% of 960 = 125% of ?
    => 62.5% of 800 – 33.33% of 960= 125% of x
    =>125% of x = 800/8 × 5 – 960/3
    =>125% of x = 500–320
    => x = 180×100/125
    =>x = 144

     

  4. 148% of 1212 – 11.99 × 25.02 = ?
    1500
    1250
    1100
    1240
    1352
    Option A
    148% of 1212 – 11.99 × 25.02 = ?
    =>( 150 × 1200)/100 – 12×25 = 1800 – 300 = 1500

     

  5. 544 ÷ 16 × 32 – 766 + 224 = ?
    555
    480
    546
    495
    505
    Option C
    544 ÷ 16 × 32 – 766 + 224 = ?
    = 1088 – 542 = 546

     

  6. Directions(6-10): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow:
    Number of Orders cancelled by five different e-commerce companies in six different years

  7. In 2005, 40% Order is cancelled by Company-C due to bad weather and others by packaging fault. How many orders are cancelled by Company-C due to packaging fault?
    525
    528
    489
    552
    475
    Option B
    Total number of Order are cancelled by Company- C in 2005 = 880
    Order are cancelled by Company-C due to packaging fault = 60%
    Required number = 60% of 880 = 528

     

  8. What is the approximate percentage of cancelled Order by Companies A and C in 2002 as compared to cancelled orders by Company-D in 2000?
    314
    294
    285
    310
    300
    Option A
    Cancelled Order by Company’s A and C in 2002
    = 600 + 546 = 1146
    Cancelled Order by Company-D in 2000 = 365
    Required percentage = (600+546)/365 × 100 = 314(approx.)

     

  9. What was the approximate percentage increase in the number of Order cancelled by Company-D in the year 2003 as compared to previous year?
    30
    25
    33
    28
    22
    Option D
    Number of Order cancelled by Company-D in the year 2002
    = 430
    Number of Order cancelled by Company-D in the year 2003 = 550
    Required percentage = (550−430)/430 × 100 = 28 (approx).

     

  10. What was the average number of Order cancelled by the Companies A,C, D and E in the year 2003 ?
    510
    501
    492
    515
    522
    Option B
    Required average = (160 + 708 + 550 + 586) ÷ 4
    = 2004 ÷ 4 = 501

     

  11. What was the difference between the highest number of Order cancelled by Company-B and the lowest number of Order cancelled by Company-E out of all the six years?
    460
    444
    422
    450
    481
    Option C
    Highest number of Order cancelled by Company-B
    = 680 Lowest number of Order cancelled by Company-E = 258
    Required difference = 680 – 258 = 422

     


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