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Atos Arithmetic Ability Test 8th August 2014
Posted on :22-04-2016
Q1. What will be the equivalent discount of three successive discounts 10, 20 and 40%?
a. 56.8%b. 50%c. 60%d. None of the above
Q2. There are 2 printers installed to print some pages. If you have to find out how many pages will the printers print at 35 degree C when one printers work is directly proportional and the others printer work is inversely proportional to the temperature and the total work done at 15 degree C is 20 pages and that done on 20 degree C is 25 pages?
a. 40 pagesb. 41.2 pagesc. 40.7 pagesd. 43.2 pagese. 39.7 pages
Q3. A monkey is climbing up a greased pole which is 64 meters long, on which the monkey ascends 10 meters and slips down 2 meters in alternate minutes. How long will the monkey to reach the top of the greased pole?
a. 18 minutesb. 14 minutesc. 16 minutesd. 12 minutese. None of the above
Q4. The value of y = (x2)/ (x4+1) lines in which of the following inequality?
a. -1/2 < = y <= 1/2b. 0c. 0< y <= 1 2d. –a < y <0e. 0 <= y <=a
Q5. Anjali bought 5 pens, 7 books and 4 colours and Rajni bought 6 pens, 8 colours and 14 books for an amount which was half more than what Anjali had paid. How much percentage did Anjali pay just for the pens out of the total amount he paid for buying pens, books and colours?
a. 50%b. 37.5%c. 63.5%d. None of the above
Q6. What shall be the weight of a watermelon that weighs 5000 gm and 99% of its weight is water. After drying the watermelon in drying room it is seen that 98% of its weight is still water.
a. 4500b. 2450c. 2500d. 4851e. None of the above
Q7. Amit and Vinit invested rupees 30,000 and 40,000 respectively in a business for one year. What shall be Vinits profit If they earned rupees 7,700 at the end of the year?
a. 4,400 rupeesb. 3,300 rupeesc. 3,800 rupeesd. 4,000 rupees
Q8. What is the probability of a/b will be an integer when a=2x3y and b=2l3m and all of x, y, I, m are positive integers?
a. 1/6b. 2/3c. 1/2d. 1/4e. 3/4
Q9. What is the womens age when the average age of a woman and her daughter is 16 years and the ratio of their ages in 7:1 respectively?
a. 28 yearsb. 4 yearsc. 6 yearsd. 32 yearse. None of the above
Q10. What effect in terms of percentage will be seen on a cylinder when the radius of the cylinder is increased by 30% and height decreased by 40%?
a. Increase by 1.4%b. Decrease by 1.4%c. Volume of the cylinder remains samed. None of the above
Directions for questions 11 to 13:
Answer the questions based on the following data:
If each digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 are represented by different letters A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I but may not be the same order as displayed above. Therefore each of A +B + C, C + D + E, E + F + G and G + H + I = 13, then
Q11. How many different sums of A, D, F and I will be possible?
a. 2b. 4c. 1d. Cannot be determined
Q12. What will be the value of E?
a. 7b. 4c. 5d. Cannot be determined
Q13. What shall be the sum of C + E + G?
a. 11b. 7c. 9d. Cannot be determined
Q14. The total expense of a boarding house is partly fixed and partly variable with the number of boarders. What will be the charge of 100 boarders per head when the charges for 25 boarders are 70 rupees per head and for 50 boarders it is 60 rupees?
a. 55b. 45c. 65d. 55
Q15. Find the number if 2/3 of 1/7th of a number is 87.5% of 240?
a. 2205b. 2670c. 2450d. 1470e. None of the above
Directions for questions 16 to 19:
Based on the information given below, answer the following questions:
The table below gives us the data received by conducting a survey on assessing the satisfaction levels of customers with televisions available in the market from various brands.
Note: the indexes mentioned in the below given table are in form of percentages.
Base: is the number of features in a product, higher the number higher the features.
Experience Index: indicates overall good experience of the customers
Delight Index: indicates the experience more than good of the customers
Loyalty Index: recommendation to other customers by existing customers due to their good experience
Dissatisfaction Index: customers not satisfied and unhappy with the brand
Q16. Assuming that the customers use only one brand, how many number of consumers were dissatisfied with any of the brands mentioned above in the table?
a. 750b. 720c. 840d. 740e. 850
Q17. Based on the survey, which brand has the maximum number of loyal customers who would recommend the brand to others as well?
a. Eb. Fc. Ad. De. Cannot be determined
Q18. How much is the difference between Brand 1 and 5 in terms of sale, how low is brand 1 in terms of percentage?
a. 13.3%b. 11.11%c. 10%d. 12.6%e. Cannot be determined
Q19. Which brand has the maximum indexes based on its quality when the quality is directly proportional to product of the base and experience of the customers of that particular brand?
a. Hb. Fc. Ed. Ce. A
Q20. If a, b and c are in geometric progression (a, b, c>0) and log (5c/a), log (3b/5c) and log (a/3b) are in arithmetic progression then in that case a, b and c will be sides of:
a. Isosceles triangleb. Acute angled trianglec. Right angled triangled. Equilateral trianglee. None of the above
Q21. Which will be that integer which is the largest and always divides n5-5n3+4n for all natural n?
a. 24b. 30c. 120d. 40e. 60
Directions for questions 22 to 24:
Four Employees Nikita, Nisha, Naman and Ronak work with 4 different organisations Samsung, ICICI, Bank of America and Wipro with job titles as Risk Analyst, Business Consultant, Marketing Head and Project Leader and each draws varying salary ranging from 5 to 8 lakhs. The data mentioned may not necessary be in the same order.
I. Nikita works in Samsung and earns less than the project leader.
II. Nikita is the risk analyst.
III. The marketing head is not working with Wipro.
IV. The business Consultant earns more than Ronak and Naman.
V. Nisha works with ICICI and earns more than the Risk Analyst.
VI. Naman does not work with Deutsche bank.
Q22. Based on the data given, what shall be the salary of Nisha?
a. 5b. 7c. 8d. 6e. Cannot be determined
Q23. Which of the following statements stand true based on the data given:
i. Naman is working with Wiproii. Nikita does not earn 7 Lakh rupeesiii. Ronak works with Bank of Americaiv. Nisha is the business consultant
a. Only ii, iii and ivb. Only ii and ivc. Only i and iid. Only i and ive. All of the above
Q24. Who holds the designation of a project leader?
a. Nishab. Namanc. Ronakd. Nikitae. Cannot be determined
Q25. What will be the remainder of 11 + 22 + 33 + .. + 1010/ 5?
a. 2b. 4c. 1d. 3e. 0
Q26. Find the average of: (54,820)2 and (54,822)2
a. (54,820.5) 2b. (54,821) 2c. (54,821) 2-1d. (54,821.5) 2e. (54,821) 2+1