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Infosys Aptitude campus paper

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Chapter- 3                                           Tests – 2
    1. An egg seller sells x dozens eggs. If he had sold 100 dozen eggs more at 20 paise dozen less or if he had sold 120 dozen less at 30 paise dozen more, he would have received the same amount for his eggs. How many dozens does he sells?
a.       1600
b.      700
c.       2100
d.      1000
    1. During the process of boiling, a vegetable loses 35% of its mass. How much boiled vegetable will be obtained from 2kg raw material, and how much raw material is required to get 2.6 kg vegetable respectively?
a.       6kg & 9kg
b.      1.2kg & 3kg
c.       1.3kg &4kg
d.      3kg & 4kg
    1. If a trader uses of weight of 960 gm instead of 1000 gm but sells the product at the cost price itself, then the gain % is?
a.       16/6%
b.      25/6%
c.       1/6%
d.      4%
    1. Purshottam starts his services at a certain monthly salary level and gets the same increment every year his salary was Rs.1500 after 4 years of service and Rs.1800 after 10years of service. Thus his starting salary was?
a.       Rs.1400
b.      Rs.1200
c.       Rs.1300
d.      RS.1000
    1. Mayank, Mirza, Jagbir and Little got a motorbike for 60$. Mayank contributed ½ of total amount contributed by others, Mirza contributed 1/3 of total amount contributed by others, and Little contributed 1/4th of the total amount contributed by others. What was the money paid by Jagbir?
a.       $12
b.      $13
c.       $18
d.      $20
    1. A student took five papers in an examination, where the full marks were the same for each paper. His marks in these papers were in the proportion of 6:7:8:9:10. In all papers together, the candidates obtained 60% of the total marks. Then the number of papers in which he got more then 50% marks is?
a.       2
b.      3
c.       4
d.      5
    1. A college has raised 75% of the amount it needs for a new building by receiving an average donation of Rs.600 from the people already solicited. The people already solicited represents 60% of the people the college will ask for donation. If the college is to raise exactly the amount needed for new building, what should be the average donation from the remaining people to the solicited?
a.       Rs.300
b.      Rs.250
c.       Rs.400
d.      Rs.500
    1. In the recent survey of 800 socialites, it was found that 3% of them attended 1 party a week on an average. Of the other 97% it was found that ½ attended an average of 2 parties and the other ½ did not attend any party. How many party attenders were there on an average / week?
a.       400
b.      800
c.       600
d.      500
    1. A marriage hall owner changes the rental of his hall once every 3 months. He increase the rental office hall by x% on 2nd December 2004 and decrease it by x% on 2nd half March 2005. As a result of these changes the rental of the hall on 3rd March 2005 is Rs.640 less than that on 1st December 2004. The hall rental again increase by x% on 2nd June 2005 and decrease by x% on 2nd September 2005. if the hall rental on 3rd September 2005 is Rs.39690. what is the hall rental in Rs on 1st December 2004?
a.       40320
b.      40160
c.       40960
d.      41060
    1. Amar travels by train to his office from his home and back. The train fare from his home to his office is Rs 10 and that from his office to his home is Rs 14 As Amar has  a monthly discount pass, he needs to pay only 60% of the fare every time that he travels by train. If the pass costs Rs. 192, find the minimum number of days that he has to travel by train to his office and back in order to save the money that he had spent on buying the pass
a.       20
b.      21
c.       22
d.      23
    1. In the General Election, the number of votes against Praja Party increased by 25% over the figure during the previous assembly polls, and lost by a majority twice as large as that by which it had won the assembly polls. If a total of 260000 people voted each time, how many voted for the Praja Party in the assembly election?
a.       110000
b.      150000
c.       140000
d.      120000
    1. Anand is the owner of a transport company. He has a total of 30 trucks available for rent every week from Monday morning to Saturday evening. During a certain week, 50% of the trucks he had rented out during that week were returned on or before Saturday evening. Find the maximum number of trucks that could have been rented out during that week, if he had at least 18 trucks with him on the Saturday evening of that week. Assume that no truck was rented out more than once in that week.
a.       18
b.      20
c.       23
d.      none of these
    1. A showroom owner sells a leather jacket for Rs X and claims to make a profit of 10%. He plans to have a stall in the trade fair and mark the same jacket at Rs 2x. At he stall, he allows a 20% discount. What will be the % profit he makes at the trade fair?
a.       80%
b.      60%
c.       76%
d.      none of these
    1. Ajay and Balu started a business together by investing some money. At the end of the first year, out of a total profit of Rs 2000, Ajay received Rs400 more than Balu. If Ajay had invested Rs.6000 more and Balu had invested Rs6000 less, Ajay would have received 25% more than what he actually received. Find the profit share of Balu, if Ajay’s investment and Balu’s investment had been less by Rs3000 and Rs 7000 respectively, and the profit decreased by 20%.
a.       Rs 480
b.      Rs. 288
c.       Rs. 336
d.      Rs 360
For Q 15-17: Answer these questions on the basis of the given information:
A well known institute of management in Western India has a class of 300 students who are about to graduate this season. The placement office has sent some information to the companies that are interested in recruiting the students. 40% of the class has a non-engineering background and 50% have had prior work experience. 20% are specializing in marketing and have prior work experience along with an engineering background. 60% are not specializing in marketing, while 10% are of a non-engineering background and are specializing in marketing. 15% have a non-engineering background with prior work experience, and 20% are of a non-engineering background but are neither specializing in marketing or do they have any prior work experience.
15. “Kickit and Mailman”, a multinational marketing firm, is interested in recruiting students who are of a non-engineering background, have prior work experience, and are also specializing in marketing. How many prospective candidates are there?
a. 45
b. 30
c. 15
d. none of these
16. “He – man Sisters” an investment bank, is interested in recruiting students with an engineering background and having prior work experience but not specializing in marketing. What is the maximum percent of students that  it can recruit from the batch?
a. 10%
b. 15%
c. 20%
d. 25%
17. “Chaan Been”, an Indian market research firm, is interested in students with an engineering background, who have either specialized in marketing or have had prior work experience. How many prospective candidates are there?
a. 135
b. 225
c. 180
d. 210
18. The simple interest on a sum of money will be ¾ of the principal after a certain number of years. If the interest is Rs 360 at the end of the second year, what would be the rate of interest per annum?
a. 5%
b. 8%
c. data inadequate
d. none of these
19. If the diggerence between the compound interest and simple interest on a certain sum of money for 3 years at 5% per annum is Rs122, what will be the principal?
a. Rs.16000
b. Rs.18000
c. RS.20000
d. Rs.14886
For Q 20-22 : Answer these questions on the basis of the given information: has been set up by four people – Bill, Cool, Dot and Kom. At the end of the year, even through the progits were divided in the ratio of product of their investment and time invested, yet they were unhappy. Bill says, “ Kool and Got each put in half as much as I did, and yet Kool gets as much of the profit as I do. “ Kool is unhappy with the gact that though he and Dot invested the same amount of money, Dot ends up with one and a half times more than he does at the end of the year. Kom syas, “I invested the amount equal to the average put by the four of us but still got the maximum returns among my partners.” Dot says “it is unjust since I invested just 2 months after Kom did, but yet have just five eighth of his profit!”
20. If Kom got Rs 12000 from the total profits at the end of the year, how much did Kool get?
a. Rs.5000
b. Rs.3000
c. Rs.30000
d. none of these
21. For how long did Bill invest?
a. 4 months
b. 12months
c. 2 months
d. none of these
22. If profits at the end of the year were Rs 1.55 lakh, and Kool had invested for 2 months more, then what would have been Bill’s share of the profit?
a. Rs.12000
b. Rs.20000
c. Rs.25000
d. can’t be determined
23. The rate of increase of the price of sugar is observed to be 2% more than the inflation rate expressed in %. The price of sugar on January 1, 1994, is Rs 20 / kg. The inflation rate for 1994 and 1995 are expected to be 8% each. The expected price of sugar on January 1, 1996, would be
a. Rs.23.60
b. Rs.24
c. Rs.24.20
d. Rs.24.60
24. If 3 apples, 4 oranges and 5 bananas cost Rs.22, and 2 apples, 3 oranges and 4 bananas cost Rs 16 then how much will one orange and 2 bananas cost?
a. Rs.4
b. Rs.5
c. Rs.6
d. can’t be determined
25. A dealer offers a cash discount of 20% and still makes a profit of 20% when he further allows 16 articles to a dozen to a particularly sticky bargainer. How much % above the cost price were his wares listed?
a. 100%
b. 80%
c. 75%
d. 200/3%
26. The meter scale of a cloth merchant increases in length by 10% every summer. Before the summer season, the cloth merchant increases the selling price by an amount equal to x% of the cost price. If the profit % before summer is 20% and during summer it is 10% then what is the value of x?
a. 1%
b. 10%
c. 9.09%
d. none of these
27. A person closes his account in an investment scheme by withdrawing Rs 10000. One year ago he withdrew Rs 6000. 2 years ago he withdrew Rs 5000. 3 years ago he did not withdraw any money. How much money did he deposit approximately at the time of the opening the account 4 years ago, if the annual compound interest is 10%.
a. Rs.15500
b. Rs.16500
c. Rs.17280
d. none of these
28. In an election, there were 2 candidates. 10% of the population did not vote. The winner secured 308 more votes than the loser (no votes were invalid). If the winner secured 47% of the total votes, which are eligible votes that can be polled, find out the votes polled in favour of the losing candidate.
a. 2754
b. 3311
c. 2606
d. 2488
29. mr. Absentmindz in stead of marking up the cost price by 10% discounted the cost price by 10% and prepared the price tag of a shirt. A discount of 5% is applicable to the list price. Because of the mistake, the company earned Rs 19 less per shirt. What is the cost price of the shirt?
a. Rs.200
b. Rs.50
c. Rs.100
d. none of these
30. 3 persons Vinod, Rajesh and Amithabh enter in to partnership with capitals of Rs 74000, Rs 111000 and Rs 148000 respectively. From the annual profit of Rs.62000 Rajesh is first paid a monthly salary of Rs 1000 and then a commission of 10% of the remaining profit is paid to Vinod. The balance amount is divided among the 3 partners in the ratio of their capitals. Approximately what % of the total profit is Vinod’s share?
a. 20%
b. 22%
c. 24%
d. 26%
31. Ganguram Doodhwala had the compulsive habit of adulterating milk with water. One day he mixed water to an extent of 20% of the milk content. He was not satisfied. So he increased the volume by 10% by adding more water to it. If pure milk costs Rs 10 per litre, what is the profit % he now makes if he sells the final milk solution at Rs 10 per litre?
a. 30%
b. 32%
c. 34%
d. 36%
32. One merchant correctly calculates his profit % on the cost price and another wrongly calculates it on the selling price. Find the difference in actual profits if both claim to make 30% profit, and their revenue is Rs 3900.
a. Rs.250
b. Rs.270
c. Rs.300
d. Rs.280
33. A trader goes to the wholesale market to buy his merchandise. The wholesaler has a weighing machine that reads 1100g for a kg. The trader sells the entire consignment to a customer after marking up his cost price by 10%. What is his net profit or loss %?
a. nil
b. 10%
c. 11%
d. none of these
34.  A cloth merchant sells cloth at a mark up of 10% for every meter of cloth. What will be his profit in summer if the meter scale expands 10%?
a. nil
b. 10%
c. 11%
d. none of these
35. The population of a town in 144000. It increases by 5% during the first year. During the 2nd year, it decreases by 10% and increases by 15% during the 3rd year. What is the population after 3 years?
a. 156692
b. 156662
c. 156666
d. 156492
36. A buys some raw materials and pays some wages to the laborers to make a product. He marks up the price by 25% and sells it to B . B improves the product by spending 20% of what the original product cost him and sells to C at a profit of 25% on cost price. C spends 1/6 of what the product cost him and sells it at a profit of 12.5% on his selling price. What is the total profit accruing to A.  B and C if C sold it for Rs.200?
a. Rs.30
b. Rs.50
c. Rs.60
d. Rs.75
37. In an examination, 30% and 35% students respectively failed in History and Geography while 27% students failed in both the subjects. If the number of students passing the examination is 248, find the total number of students who appeared in the examination.
a. 425
b. 380
c. 400
d. none of these
38. A and B enter in to a partnership with Rs50000 and Rs. 60000 respectively. C joins them after x months contributing Rs 70000 and B leaves x months before the end of the year. If they share the profit in the ratio of 20:18:21 then find the value of x.
a. 9
b. 3
c. 6
d. 8
39. A and B rent a pasture for 10 months, A puts in 80 oxen for 7 months. How many can B put in for the remaining 3 months if he pays half as much again as A?
a. 280
b. 250
c. 220
d. 180
40. A shopkeeper sells an article at a gain of 10%. Had he sold it at a loss of 20%, its selling price would have been Rs.180 less. What is the cost price of the article?
a. Rs.630
b. Rs.600
c. Rs.580
d. None of these
41. A person sells tape recorders at Rs.1134 each after giving a discount of 19% on the marked price. Had he not given the discount, he would have earned a profit of 40% on the cost price. The cost price of each tape recorder is
a. Rs.1000
b. Rs.1200
c. Rs.1400
d. none of these
42. Arushi’s project report consists of 25 pages each of 60 lines with 75 characters on each line. In case the number of lines is reduced to 55 but the number of characters is increased to 90 per lines, what is the % change in the number of pages. (Assume the number of pages to be a whole number).
a. 10%
b. 5%
c. -8%
d. -10%
43. A furniture store owner has determined that he can sell 100 chairs a month at a selling price of Rs.200 each. For each rise of Rs4 in the selling price, he will sell 2 less chairs a month. If he sells the chairs for Rs Z each, then how much money a month will he receive from the sale of chairs?
a. 200-z/2
b. 50z+z2/4
c. 150z-z2/4
d. 200z-z2/2
44. In one shop, an article is marked 75% above the cost price, but the purchaser is allowed a discount of 20% on the marked price. In another shop, a similar article is sold for Rs58 at a gain of 45%. What did the purchaser pay for this article in the first shop?
a. Rs.60
b. Rs.56
c. Rs.62
d. Rs.65
45. A salesman is appointed on the basic salary of Rs1200 per month and the condition that for every sales of Rs 10000 above Rs 10000, he will get 50% of basic salary and 10% of the sales as a reward. The incetive scheme does not operate for the first Rs 10000 of sales. What would be the value of sales if he wants to earn Rs 7600 in a particular month?
a. Rs.60000
b. Rs.50000
c. Rs.40000
d. none of these
46. The petrol prices shot up by 7% as a result of the hike in the prices of the crude oil. The price of petrol before the hike was Rs28 per litre. Vawal travels 2400 kilometers every month and his car gives a mileage of 18 km to a litre. Find the increase in the expenditure that Vawal has to incur due to increase in the price of petrol (to the nearest rupee)
a. Rs.270
b. RS.262
c. Rs.276
d. Rs.272
47. A dishonest dealer marks up the price of his goods by 20% and gives a discount of 10% to the customer. Besides, he also cheats both his supplier and his buyer by 100g while buying or selling 1 kg. Find the % profit earned by the shopkeeper.
a. 20%
b. 25%
c. 32%
d. none of these
48. A housewife with a given amount can buy either 10 apples or 15 oranges or 2 water lemons. Find the maximum number of oranges which she can buy with 6 times the initial amount such that she gets each of the 3 varieties of fruits.
a. 75
b. 81
c. 60
d. none of these
49. Jonny has 2 cycles and one rickshaw. The rickshaw is worth Rs.96. If he sells the rickshaw along with the first cycle, he has an amount double that of the value of the second cycle. But if he decides to sell the rickshaw along with the 2nd cycle, the amount received would be less than the value of first cycle by Rs.306. What is the value of first cycle?
a. Rs.900
b. Rs.600
c. Rs.498
d. none of these
50. A fruit vendor buys fruits from the fruit market at wholesale price and sells them at his shop at retail prices. He operates his shop 30 days a month, as a rule. He buys a multiples of 100 fruits and sells them in multiples of dozen fruits. He purchase mangoes for Rs.425 per hundred and sells at Rs 65 / dozen, he buys apples at Rs.150 / hundred and sells at Rs.30 / dozen, he buys watermelon (always of equal size) at Rs.1800 per hundred and sells at Rs.360 per dozen. Which of the 3 fruits yields him the maximum % profit?
a. mangoes
b. apples
c. watermelons

d. both B and C

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