## Quantitative Questions

January 15th, 2011 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Sample Quantitative Questions: Direction for next 2 Quantitative questions: Answer the following quantitative questions on the basis of data given below. x , y , z are positive integers such that x + y + z = 100,

1. Find the probability that x > 20, y > 10 , z > 20 .
a) 23/99
b) 1/7
c) 7/33
d) 1/8
e) 8/33

2. Find the number of possible solutions for the equation in the previous question, If 25 < x < 51, y > 10 and z > 15.
a) 900
b) 1176

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## Quantitative Ability Questions

December 16th, 2010 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Directions for next 3 quantitative ability questions: Answer the quantitative ability questions based on the following information.

In Las Vegas, there are six major casinos, Casinos A, D and F are very lucky for Big B, as he always wins when he plays at any of these casinos. But at B, C and E casinos, he always loses. At A, D and F casinos, the ratio of his earnings is 1:4:6, at D he wins Rs. 200. At B, C and E the ratio of his losses is 5:3:2, and at B he losses Rs. 100.

It costs him Rs. 20 per km to travel between any two casinos. Big B also has to pay 40% of his earning at the previous casino as the entry fees in the next casino.
The values in the brackets are distance in km.

1. If Big B follows A-B-C-D-E-F route, at which casino his loss will be maximum. Consider traveling charges and entry fess as loss.
a. B
b. C
c. E
d. None of these

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## Quantitative Ability Questions

October 6th, 2010 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Directions for next 3 Quantitative Ability Questions: Answer the quantitative ability questions on the basis of the given below information.

In the given figure, there are two circles with centers A and B which touch each other at E. The line passing through the centers meets the common tangent to the two circles, which touch the circles at C and D, at P. The length of AP is 66 cm and the ratio of the radii of the circles is 5:6.

1. What is the ratio of the length of PB to BA?

a. 6:1

b. 5:1

c. 12:5

d. 6:5

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## Quantitative Questions

March 16th, 2010 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Quantitative Questions: Directions for questions 2 Quantitative Questions: These quantitative questions are based on the data given below.

Three components P, Q and R were imported from USA, UK and Sweden respectively by a country. The components were than assembled to from a product. Components P, Q and R accounted for 30%, 10% and 50% of the total costs. The remaining 10% of the costs constitute the domestic inputs. The product is sold at 25% above the total cost.

1. The UK pound and Swedish Krona become 20% costlier but the company continues to sells its product at the original selling price. Find the percentage of profit made by the company.
a. 3 5/6%
b. 4 1/6%
c. 5 1/6%
d. None of these

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## Sample CAT Quantitative Questions

March 3rd, 2010 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Sample CAT Quantitative Questions- Directions for next 3 CAT Quantitative Questions: Answer these cat quantitative questions based on the information given below.
S = {a, b, c, d, e}. A binary operation * is defined by the following table, which had been partially filled up.

For all x, y belonging to S, x * y = y * x. The operation * is so defined that every x belonging to S occurs exactly once in each row and each column of the table.

1. If a * b = e and a * a = d, what is the value of c * d?
a. a
b. b
c. c
d. e

2. If a * a = b and b * b = c, what is the value of c * d?
a. a
b. b
c. c
d. e

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## Sample Quantitative Questions For CAT

February 6th, 2010 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Quantitative Questions For CAT: Directions for next 3 Quantitative Questions: Answer the quantitative questions on the basis of the information given below.

P, Q and R run on the tracks made in the shape of a star, pentagon and circle, respectively. The radius of the circle is ‘r’ and side of the pentagon = 2a and OX = 2OL = 2b. O is the centre of the figure.

1. Find distance traveled by ‘P’.
a. 5(r² + 3a²)½
b. 10(r² + 3a²/2)½
c. 10(r² + 2a²)½
d. 10(r² + 3a²/4)2

2. If a + b = r 10 km and P travels at a speed of 10 km/hr. Find time taken by P to complete one round.
a. 6.52 hours.
b. 8.5 hours
c. 8 hours
d. 7.21 hours

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## Sample Quantitative Questions for CAT

February 1st, 2010 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Sample Quantitative Questions for CAT- Directions for next 3  quantitative questions for CAT: Answer the CAT quantitative questions based on the following information.

A glider (speed 20 m/s) is moving in opposite direction to a bike and a car. The car (speed 10 m/s) and the bike (speed 5 m/s) are moving in the same direction and the car is behind the bike. The angle of elevation of the glider from the car is 300 and the angle of elevation of glider from the bike is 450. The distance between the car and the bike is 10 m. After one second, the angle of elevation of the glider from the car becomes 450 and from the bike becomes 300.

1. What is the height at which the glider is flying (in meters)?

a. 5(√3 – 1)

b. 5√3 – 1

c. 5(3 + 1)

d. None of these

2. What is the distance (in meters) between the car and the bike after one second?

a. 5

b. 10

c. 15

d. None of these

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## Quantitative Questions For CAT

January 6th, 2010 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Quantitative Questions

Direction for next 2 quantitative questions: Answer the quantitative questions on the basis of the text given below.

In a cricket game, 3 batsmen A, B and C performed well. The runs are scored in 6’s, 4’s and 1’s only. The numbers of B’s sixes are greater by 50% than that of C and less by 25% than that of A. The number of B’s fours are greater by 50% than that of A and less by 25% than that of C. Maximum numbers of one’s is scored by C which is 50% greater than that of A, and B’s is 25% greater than that of A . The number of balls and number of runs scored are same. Also 276 runs are scored in the game. Runs scored from 6’s are 75% of the runs scored from 4’s. A score 40 ones.

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