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661. What is the respective ratio of number of women working in IT department from organistaions P,Q and U together to the number of women working in the marketing department of organisations P,S and T together?

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Correct Ans:None of these

Explanation:

**Solution is**

Number of women IT employees from organisations P,Q and U = 320+415+225 =

**960**

Number of women employees in marketing deprtment from organisationsP,S and T = 150+190+250 =

**590**

**Required ratio = 960 : 590**

= 96 : 59

= 96 : 59

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662. Which organisation has the least number of women employees working in all the given departments together?

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Correct Ans:U

Explanation:

**Solution is**

Number of women employees in organisation

- P => 155+250+320+405+150+50 = 1330
- Q => 178+300+415+318+127+90 = 1428
- R => 58+275+204+250+188+66 = 1041
- S => 102+190+198+200+190+75 = 955
- T =>110+100+256+305+250+85 =1106
- U => 60+150+225+220+168+35 =
**858**

**U**has the least number of women employees

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663. What is the average number of

women working in the Finance department from all organisations together

women working in the Finance department from all organisations together

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Correct Ans:283

Explanation:

**Solution is**

Average number of women in Finance department from all organisations together

= ( 405+318+250+200+305+220 ) / 6

= 1698 / 6

=

**283**

Answer is 283

Answer is 283

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664. Number of women working in the HR department from organisation S is what percent of the total number of women working in the HR departments from all organisations together ?

(rounded off to two digits after deci-mal)

(rounded off to two digits after deci-mal)

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Correct Ans:15.02

Explanation:

**Soltuion is**

Number of women working in HR department in organisation S = 190

Number of women working in HR department from all organisations =250+300+275+190+100+150 =

**1265**

**Required Percentage = [ (Organisation S - HR department women employees) / (Number of women working in HR departments from all organisations) ] * 100**

= (190 / 1265 ) * 100

=

**15.02**

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665. In the years 1998 and 1999, what is the approximate ratio between the number of employed workers in all the units ?

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Correct Ans:37:36

Explanation:

**Solution is**

- Total number of employed workers in all units in 1998 =145+88+115+120+140+136= 744
- Total number of employed workers in all units in 1999 = 128 + 76+122+112+152+132= 722

**37 : 36**

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666. For all the given years, in which unit the average number of employed workers were maximum?

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Correct Ans:E

Explanation:

**Solution is**

- Average number of workers in A =(145+128+136+183+160+152) = 904/ 6 = 151 (approx)
- Average number of workers in C =(115+122+132+125+140+148) = 782 / 6 = 130 (approx)
- Average number of workers in D =(120+112+124+135+118+128) = 737 / 6 = 123 (approx)
- Average number of workers in E =(140+152+158+166+170+175) = 961 / 6 =
**160 (approx)**

**in the unit E**

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667. In which year the percentage in-

crease/decrease in the number of employed workers is minimum for unit ‘F’?

crease/decrease in the number of employed workers is minimum for unit ‘F’?

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Correct Ans:2003

Explanation:

**Solution is**

For unit 'F' the percentage change in the number of workers

In the year:

- 1999 = [ ( 136 - 132 ) / 136 ] x 100

=

**2.94% decrease**

- 2000 = [ ( 140 - 132 ) / 132 ]x 100

=

**6.06% increase**

- 2001 = [ ( 140 - 126 ) / 140 ] x 100

=

**10% decrease**

- 2002 = [ ( 140 - 126 ) / 126 ]x 100

=

**18.87% increase**

- 2003 = [ ( 150 - 146 ) / 146 ] x 100

=

**2.74% increase**

For unit 'F' , the percentage increase / decrease in number of employed workers is

**minimum in the year 2003**

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668. For all the given years, what is the difference between the average number of workers in units ' D ' and ‘E'?

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Correct Ans:37 (1/3)

Explanation:

**Solution is**

- Total number of workers in unit 'D' during the given years = 120+112+124+135+118+ 128 = 737
- Average number of workers in unit 'D' = 737 / 6
- Total number of workers in unit 'E' during the years = 140 +152 +158 +166+ 170 + 175 = 961
- Average number of workers in unit 'E' = 961 / 6

= 224 / 6

=

**37 ( 1 / 3 )**

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669. In the year 2000 the number of employed workers by unit ‘C’ is what percent of the total number of employed workers by all the units in the same

year (rounded off to two places of decimal)?

year (rounded off to two places of decimal)?

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Correct Ans:None of these

Explanation:

**Solution is**

- In the year 2000, the number of employed workers by unit C = 132
- Total number of employed workers in all the units in year 2000 =136+96+ 132+ 124+ 158+40 =786
- Required percentage = ( 132 / 786 ) x100 = 16.79

**Answer is**

**16.79**

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670. In which subject is the overall percentage the best ?

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Correct Ans:Science

Explanation:

**Solution is**

Overall percentage =

**[ (Total marks of all students in particular subject) / ( Max mark of that particular subject ) x ( No . of students ) ] x 100**

- Overall percentage = [ ( 80+70+70+60+90+60+80 ) / 140 x 7 ] x 100

=

**52.04 %**

- Overall percentage = [ ( 90+100+90+80+80+70+65 ) / 150 x 7 ] x 100

=

**54.76 %**

- Overall percentage = [ (90+80+70+80+85+65+50) / 120 x 7 ] x 100

=

**61.9 %**

- Overall percentage = [ (60+40+70+80+95+85+75) / 180 x 7 ] x 100

=

**40.08 %**

Hence the overall percentage is the best in subject

**Science = 61.9 %**

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671. How many students have got 60% or

more marks in all the subjects ?

more marks in all the subjects ?

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Correct Ans:None of these

Explanation:

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672. What is the overall percentage of Kunal ?

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Correct Ans:75

Explanation:

Total marks obtained by kunal = 54+28+78+135+84+56 =435 Total marks = 60+40+130+150+120+80 = 580 Therfore, Required percentage = 435/580x100=75

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673. What are the average marks obtained by these seven students in History? (rounded off to two digits)

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Correct Ans:29.14

Explanation:

Marks obtained in History by Meera = 40x80 /100 = 32 Subodh = 70x40/100=28 Kunal = 70x40/100=28 Soni = 60x40/100= 24 Richu = 90x40/100= 36 Irene = 60x40/100=24 Vijay = 80x40/100 = 32 Therefore, Required average = 32+28+28+24+36+24+32/7 = 204/7 = 29.14

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674. What are the total marks obtained by Meera in all the subjects?

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Correct Ans:448

Explanation:

Marks obtained by Meera in English = 60 History = 40x 80/100 = 32 Computers = 50 x 130 /100 = 65 Maths = 90x150/100=135 Science=90x120/100=108 Economics = 60x80/100 = 48 Therefore, Total marks = 60+32+65+135+108+48 = 448

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675. The ratio between the total expenditure on Taxes for all the years and the total expenditure on Fuel and Transport for all the years respectively is approximately?

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Correct Ans:10:13

Explanation:

**Solution is**

Required ratio = (83 + 108 + 74 + 88 + 98) /(98 + 112 + 101 + 133 + 142) = 451 / 586

**approx**1 / 1.3 = 10 : 13

**Answer is**

**10 : 13**

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676.
The total expenditure of the company over these items during the year 2000 is?

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Correct Ans:Rs. 544.44 lakhs

Explanation:

Total expenditure of the Company during 2000
= Rs. (324 + 101 + 3.84 + 41.6 + 74) lakhs
= Rs. 544.44 lakhs.

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677. Total expenditure on all these items in 1998 was approximately what percent of the total expenditure in 2002?

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Correct Ans:69%

Explanation:

**Solution is**

Required Percentage = (288+98+3+23.4+83 ) / (420+142+3.96+49.4+98 ) x 100

=(495.4 / 713.36) x 100 %

approx 69.45 %

**Answer is69.45**

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678. The total amount of bonus paid by the company during the given period is approximately what percent of the total amount of salary paid during this period?

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Correct Ans:1%

Explanation:

**Solution is**

Required Percentage = (3 + 2.52 + 3.84+3.68+3.96 ) / (288+342+324+336+420 ) x 100%

= (17/1710) x 100%

**approx 1 %**

**Answer is1**

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679. What is the average amount of interest per year which the company had to pay during this period?

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Correct Ans:Rs. 36.66 lakhs

Explanation:

Average amount of interest
= (23.4 + 32.5 + 41.6 +36.4 + 49.4)/5 = 183.3 / 5
= Rs. 36.66 laks

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