Crack IBPS PO : Missing DI : Aptitude day 77
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Crack IBPS PO : Missing DI : Aptitude day 77
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeD.15) Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below.
Given table shows number of players in different games from different classes. (Percentage values calculated using total students in class)Number of football players from class X is approximately what percentage of number of volleyball players from class XI is?
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b
Number of volley ball players from class IX= 62
Number of football players from class X= 18
Required percentage = 18/62×100=29% (approx)
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Number of volley ball players from class IX= 62
Number of football players from class X= 18
Required percentage = 18/62×100=29% (approx)

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIf the total number of students in class IX is increased 40%, what is the percentage increase in the difference between the number of hockey players and the number of volleyball players from class IX?
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d
Hockey players from class IX before increase=25
Volleyball players from class IX before increase=20
Difference=5
Total students in class IX after 40% increase=175
Hockey players from class IX after increase=35
Volleyball players from class IX after increase=60
Difference =25
Percentage increase in difference=(255)/5×100=400%
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d
Hockey players from class IX before increase=25
Volleyball players from class IX before increase=20
Difference=5
Total students in class IX after 40% increase=175
Hockey players from class IX after increase=35
Volleyball players from class IX after increase=60
Difference =25
Percentage increase in difference=(255)/5×100=400%

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the ratio between the number of football players in class X and XI together to the total number of football players from all the class?
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c
Football players in class X and XI together=18+3=21
Total football players =36
Required ratio=21:36=7:12
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Football players in class X and XI together=18+3=21
Total football players =36
Required ratio=21:36=7:12

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeNumber of hockey players in class XI is approximately what percentage less than the number of cricket players from the same class?
Correct
b
Hockey players from class XI=12
Cricket players from class XI=35
Required percentage=(3512)/35×100=66%(approx)
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b
Hockey players from class XI=12
Cricket players from class XI=35
Required percentage=(3512)/35×100=66%(approx)

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIf 50% of tennis players from class X are joined in cricket team and 5 more players from football team also joined in cricket team. Find the approximate percentage increase of class X cricket team than the earlier cricket team?
Correct
e
50% of tennis players from class X=6
Number of players in cricket team after new members joining=29+6+5=40
Percentage increase=(4029)/29×100=38% (approx.)
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e
50% of tennis players from class X=6
Number of players in cricket team after new members joining=29+6+5=40
Percentage increase=(4029)/29×100=38% (approx.)

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeD.610) Read the following DI and answer the questions given below
If the ratio between the Tamil and science marks scored by Ramya is 1:3, then find the average of science marks scored by all the six students (approximately).
Correct
d
Ramya marks in Tamil and science =584(70/100×100+80/100×150+76/100×100+40/100×200)
=584(70+120+114+80)
=584384=200
x+3x=200
x= 200/4
X=50
Tamil mark=50
Science mark=3×50=150
Average science mark for all students= (150+(75%+91%+89%+65%+75%)of 200)/6
=(150+(395/100×200))/6=(150+790)/6=156.67=157(approx.)
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d
Ramya marks in Tamil and science =584(70/100×100+80/100×150+76/100×100+40/100×200)
=584(70+120+114+80)
=584384=200
x+3x=200
x= 200/4
X=50
Tamil mark=50
Science mark=3×50=150
Average science mark for all students= (150+(75%+91%+89%+65%+75%)of 200)/6
=(150+(395/100×200))/6=(150+790)/6=156.67=157(approx.)

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIf Divya scored 10% of her total score in Tamil, then the marks obtained by Divya in general knowledge is how much percentage more than the marks obtained by Divya in Tamil?
Correct
a
Let Divya total mark be x.
x=(95/100×100+84/100×150+84/100×150+10% x+75/100×200+89/100×200)
X10% x=95+126+126+150+178
0.9x=675
x=750
Tamil mark = 10% of 750=75
Required percentage=(gktamil)/tamil×100
=(15075)/75×100=75/75×100=100%
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a
Let Divya total mark be x.
x=(95/100×100+84/100×150+84/100×150+10% x+75/100×200+89/100×200)
X10% x=95+126+126+150+178
0.9x=675
x=750
Tamil mark = 10% of 750=75
Required percentage=(gktamil)/tamil×100
=(15075)/75×100=75/75×100=100%

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIf the average mark of English for all the six students is 69, then what is the overall percentage of Mathan (approximately)?
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c
Average English mark=69
(70+x+80+95+66+58)/6=69
X= (6×69)369=414369=45
Mathan’s total mark=45+74/100×150+60/100×150+65/100×100+60/100×200+75/100×200
=45+111+90+65+120+150=581
overall percentage=581/900×100=65% (approximately)
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c
Average English mark=69
(70+x+80+95+66+58)/6=69
X= (6×69)369=414369=45
Mathan’s total mark=45+74/100×150+60/100×150+65/100×100+60/100×200+75/100×200
=45+111+90+65+120+150=581
overall percentage=581/900×100=65% (approximately)

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIf marks scored by Gowtham in general knowledge is 46 marks more than the mark scored by Gowtham in maths. What is the difference between average mark scored by Gowtham and average mark scored by Bala in maths and general knowledge?
Correct
b
General knowledge=maths+46
Total mark=667
58/100×100+maths+66/100×150+88/100×100+General knowledge+75/100×200=669
2×maths+46+58+99+88+150=667
2×maths=667441=226
maths=226/2=113
General knowledge=113+46=159
Average maths and GK score for Bala=(84+150)/2=117
Average maths and GK score for Gowtham=(159+113)/2=136
Difference=136117=19
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b
General knowledge=maths+46
Total mark=667
58/100×100+maths+66/100×150+88/100×100+General knowledge+75/100×200=669
2×maths+46+58+99+88+150=667
2×maths=667441=226
maths=226/2=113
General knowledge=113+46=159
Average maths and GK score for Bala=(84+150)/2=117
Average maths and GK score for Gowtham=(159+113)/2=136
Difference=136117=19

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeHow many students got overall percentage more than 70?
Correct
c
To got overall 70%, required total mark=900× 70/100 =630
By calculating the total marks for all the six students using the given table, number of students who got more than 630 mark=3
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c
To got overall 70%, required total mark=900× 70/100 =630
By calculating the total marks for all the six students using the given table, number of students who got more than 630 mark=3
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