by anujjindal | Sep 21, 2017 | Quantitative Aptitude

Solving Data Interpretation problems is a relatively more time consuming yet a highly scoring part of Quantitative Ability section. In the exam, you can expect at least 2 full fledged sets having 4-5 questions each. Few tips to approach such problems: Approximation:... by anujjindal | Sep 20, 2017 | Quantitative Aptitude

The monthly telephone bill has a fixed tariff of Rs. 250 for upto a 50 outgoing calls. For over 50 calls, there is a charge of Rs 1.25 per call. The ratio of the bills paid by A and B for Jan is 2:3 and the no. of outgoing calls made by A is 90, then what is the no.... by anujjindal | Sep 20, 2017 | Quantitative Aptitude

In an exam, the ratio of A’s and B’s marks is 4:5. If each of them had scored 36 more marks, the ratrio of their marks would be 7:8. Find B’s marks. 60 56 64 36 None of the above Answer: A A party is attended by a total of 60 people. If the ratio of men and women is... by anujjindal | Sep 20, 2017 | Quantitative Aptitude

6 men can do a piece of work in 10 days. If a woman works half as fast as a man, in how many days can 10 women complete the work? 24 6 18 12 None of the above Answer: 12 4 men can complete a piece of work in 4 days working 4 hours a day. In how many hours can 8...