Quantitative Aptitude -Time,Speed and Distance- Part IX (video) !!!

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Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – Transporters, Orders, Trucks and …!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR9) A transporter receives the same number of orders each day. Currently, he has some pending orders (backlog) to be shipped. If he uses 7 trucks, then at the end of the 4th day he can clear all the orders.… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – How long does it take for them to build the wall!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR8) 5 skilled workers can build a wall in 20days; 8 semi-skilled workers can build a wall in 25 days; 10 unskilled workers can build a wall in 30days. If a team has 2 skilled, 6 semi-skilled and 5 unskilled… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – How to find minimum value of a max function!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR7. Consider the function f(x) = max (7-x, x+3). In which range does f take its minimum value? A) -6 ≤ x  ≤-2 B) -2 ≤ x  < 2 C) 2 ≤ x  ≤ 6 A) 6 ≤ x  ≤ 10

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – Linguist Set theory question!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR6. A gathering of 50 linguists discovered that 4 knew Kannada, Telugu and Tamil, 7 knew only Telugu and Tamil, 5 knew only Kannada and Tamil, 6 knew only Telugu and Kannada. If the number of linguists who knew Tamil is… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – A reading list question!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR5). A reading list for a humanities course consists of 10 books, of which 4 are biographies and the rest are novels. Each student is required to read a selection of 4 books from the list, including 2 or more… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – One sentence five questions to put your fundamentals in place!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR4) There are 5 friends: A,B,C,D and E. They wanted to take a group photograph of all of them sitting in a single row. a) How many distinctly different photographs can be clicked? b) In how many of these photographs would… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – Attempt carefully: there is a marking scheme!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR3) A student is answering a multiple choice examination with 65 questions with a marking scheme as follow: i) 1 mark for each correct answer, ii) -1/4 for a wrong answer, iii) -1/8 for a question that has not been… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – 240th letter is what!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR2) Given the sequence A, B, B, C, C, C, D, D, D, D, … etc., that is one A, two Bs, three Cs, four Ds. five Es and so on, the 240th letter in the sequence will be: A) V… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – How many integers …!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR1) Consider the set of integers {1, 2, 3, …, 5000}. The number of integers that is divisible by neither 3 nor 4 is: A) 1668 B) 2084 C) 2500 D) 2916

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – Solve the ‘mixture’ question in 3 ways!

PSA_PRACTICE_QNR50. Let us assume, the percentage of liquid A is ‘x’ in the resultant mixture. By weight, liquid A makes up 8 percent of solution R and 18 percent of solution S. If 3 grams of solution R are mixed… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – Greatest and Least number of pens!

PSA_PRACTICE_QNR49. A certain store sells two types of pens: one type for \$2 per pen and the other type for \$3 per pen. If a customer can spend up to \$25 to buy pens at the store and there is… Continue Reading

Predict Age…! [Age#2]

Age#2.Mother’s age is three times more than her son Amit’s age. After 8 years, she would be two and a half times of Amit’s age. After further 8 years, how many times would she be of Amit’s age? a. 2… Continue Reading