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# Emphasis Aptitude Questions With Answers

Posted on :09-02-2016

__Mphasis Aptitude Questions With Answers :__**Q1) A train covers a distance in 50 min ,if it runs at a speed of 48 kmph on an average.The speed at which the train must run to reduce the time of journey to 40 min will be.**

:SolutionTime=50/60 hr=5/6hrSpeed=48mphdistance=S*T=48*5/6=40kmtime=40/60hr=2/3hrNew speed = 40* 3/2 kmph= 60kmph

**Q2) Vikas can cover a distance in 1hr 24min by covering 2/3 of the distance at 4 kmph and the rest at 5kmph.the total distance is?**

:SolutionLet total distance be Stotal time=1hr24minA to T :: speed=4kmphdiistance=2/3ST to S :: speed=5kmdistance=1-2/3S=1/3S21/15 hr=2/3 S/4 + 1/3s /584=14/3S*3S=84*3/14*3= 6km

**Q3) Walking at 3/4 of his usual speed ,a man is late by 1/2 hr. the usual time is.**

Solution:Usual speed = SUsual time = TDistance = DNew Speed is Â¾ SNew time is 4/3 T4/3 T Â– T = 5/2T=15/2 = 7 Â½

**Q4) A man covers a distance on scooter .had he moved 3 kmph faster he would have taken 40 min less. If he had moved 2kmph slower he would have taken 40 min more. the distance is.**

Solution:Let distance = x mUsual rate = y kmphx/y Â– x/y+3 = 40/60 hr2y(y+3) = 9x Â—Â—Â—Â—Â–1x/y-2 Â– x/y = 40/60 hr y(y-2) = 3x Â—Â—Â—Â—Â—Â–2divide 1 & 2 equationsby solving we get x = 40

**Q5) Excluding stop pages, the speed of the bus is 54 kmph and including stop pages, it is 45 kmph. for how many min does the bus stop per hr.**

:SolutionDue to stop pages,it covers 9km less.time taken to cover 9 km is [9/54 *60] min = 10min

**Q6) Two boys starting from the same place walk at a rate of 5 kmph and 5.5 kmph respectively.what time will they take to be 8.5 km apart, if they walk in the same direction The relative speed of the boys = 5.5 kmph Â– 5 kmph = 0.5 kmph Distance between them is 8.5 km**

**Time= 8.5 km / 0.5 kmph = 17 hrs**

**Q7) 2 trains starting at the same time from 2 stations 200km apart and going in opposite direction cross each other at a distance of 110km from one of the stations. what is the ratio of their speeds.**

:SolutionIn same time ,they cover 110 km & 90 km respectivelyso ratio of their speed =110:90 = 11:9

**Q8) Two trains start from A & B and travel towards each other at speed of 50 kmph and 60 kmph resp. At the time of the meeting the second train has traveled 120km more than the first. the distance between them.**

**Let the distance traveled by the first train be x km then distance covered by the second train is x + 120km x/50 = x+120 / 60**

**x= 600 so the distance between A & B is x + x + 120 = 1320 km**

**Q9) A thief steals a ca r at 2.30 pm and drives it at 60 kmph.The theft is discovered at 3 pm and the owner sets off in another car at 75 kmph when will he overtake the thief**

:SolutionLet the thief is overtaken x hrs after 2.30 pmdistance covered by the thief in x hrs = distance covered bythe owner in x-1/2 hr60x = 75 ( x- Â½)x= 5/2 hrthief is overtaken at 2.30 pm + 2 Â½ hr = 5 pm

**Q10) In covering distance, the speed of A & B are in the ratio of 3:4.A takes 30min more than B to reach the destination. The time taken by A to reach the destination is.**

Solution:

Ratio of speed = 3:4Ratio of time = 4:3let A takes 4x hrs, B takes 3x hrsthen 4x-3x = 30/60 hrx = Â½ hrTime taken by A to reach the destination is 4x = 4 * Â½ = 2 hr

**Q11) The average ages of three persons is 27 years. Their ages are in the proportion of 1:3:5.What is the age in years of the youngest one among them.**

Solution:

Let the age of three persons be x, 3x and 5x-- > 9x/3 = 27 -- > x = 9

**Q12) The average of 11 numbers is 50. If the average of first 6 numbers is 49 and that of last 6 is 52.Find the 6th number.**

Solution:The total sum of 11 results = 11 * 50 = 550The total sum of first 6 results = 6 * 49 = 294The total sum of last 6 results = 6 * 52 = 312Sixth result = 294 + 312 Â– 550 = 56

**Q13) Find L.C.M of 852 and 1491.**

Solution:

:. L.C.M = 852*1491/213 = 5964

**Q14) The smallest number which when divided by 20, 25, 35, 40 leaves the remainder 6 When divided by 14, 19, 23 and 34 respectively is the difference between divisor and The corresponding remainder is 6.**

Solution:

Required number = (L.C.M of 20, 25, 35, 40) Â– 6= 1400-6 = 1394

**Q15) The least multiple of 7 which leaves a remainder 4 when divided by 6,9,15 and 18 is L.C.M of 6,9,15 and 18 is 90.**

Solution:

Let x be the least multiple of 7, which when divided by 90 leaves the remainder 4.Then x is of the form 90k + 4.Now, minimum value of k for which 90k + 4 is divisible by 4.: . x = 4 * 90 + 4 = 364

**Q16) Sum of three even consecutive numbers is 48, and then least number is**

1) 16

2) 18

3) 20

4) 14

Solution:

4) Let the numbers be 2n, 2n+2 and 2n+42n + (2n+2) + (2n+4) = 486n = 48-6 = 42, n = 7Hence the numbers are -- > 14, 16 and 18The least number is 14.

**Q17) It being given that 15 = 3.88, the best approximation to 5/3 is**

1) 0.432)1.893)1.294)1.63

Solution:

3) x = ?5/3 = ?5*3/3*3 = ?15 /? 9 = ?15/3 = 3.88/3 = 1.29

**Q18) Of the two-digit numbers (those from 11 to 95, both inclusive) how many have a Second digit greater than the first digit?**

1) 372) 383)364) 35

Solution:

3) 12 to 19 -- > 823 to 29 -- > 734 to 39 -- > 645 to 49 -- > 556 to 59 -- > 467 to 69 -- > 378 to 79 -- > 289 -- > 1

**Q19) The Value of 24 + 364 + 428 is**

Solution:

24*1/2 + 43*1/3 + 28*1/4 -- > 4 + 4 + 4 -- > 12

**Q20) 3 Â¼ - 4/5 of 5/6 / 4 1/3 / 1/5 Â– ( 3/10 + 21 1/5 ) is equal to 13/4 Â– 4/5 * 5/6 / 13/3 / 1/5 Â– ( 3/10 + 106/5 ) (use BODMASRULE)**

Solution:

-- > 13/4 Â– 4/6 / 13/3 / 1/5 Â– 215/10 -- > 31/12 / 13/3 * 5 Â– 215/10-- > 31/12 / 65/3 Â– 43/2 -- > 31/12 / 130 Â– 129/6 -- > 31/12/1/6 = 31/12 * 6/1-- > 31/2 = 15 1/2

**Q21) 13 sheeps and 9 pigs were bought for Rs. 1291.85.If the average price of a sheep be Rs. 74. What is the average price of a pig.**

Solution:

Average price of a sheep = Rs. 74:Total price of 13 sheeps = (74*13) = Rs. 962But, total price of 13 sheeps and 9 pigs= Rs. 1291.85Total price of 9 pigs= Rs. (1291.85-962) = Rs. 329.85Hence, average price of a pig= (329.85/9) = Rs. 36.65

**Q22) A batsman in his 18th innings makes a score of 150 runs and there by increasing his Average by 6. Find his average after 18th innings.**

Solution:

Let the average for 17 innings is x runsTotal runs in 17 innings = 17xTotal runs in 18 innings = 17x + 150Average of 18 innings = 17x + 150/18: . 17x + 150/18 = x + 6 -- > x = 42Thus, average after 18 innings = 42

**Q23) . Find the H.C.F of 777 and 1147.**

Solution:

H.C.F of 777 and 1147 is 37.

**Q24) The L.C.M of two numbers is 2310 and their H.C.F is 30. If one number is 210 the other is the other number**

Solution:

= L.C.M * H.C.F/given number= 2310*30/210 = 330

**Q25) The average of 50 numbers is 38. If two numbers namely 45 and 55 are discarded, The average of remaining numbers is?**

Solution:

Total of 50 numbers = 50 * 38 = 1900Average of 48 numbers = 1900-(45+55) / 48= 1800 / 48 = 37.5

**Q26) Divide 50 in two parts so that the sum of reciprocals is (1/12), the numbers are**

1)20,302) 24,363) 28,224)36,14

Solution:

1) Let the numbers be x and y thenX+y = 50. Â…Â…Â…(i)1/x + 1/y = 121/x + 1/50-x = 1/12..From (i) y = 50 Â– x-- > 50-x+x/x(50-x) = 1/12-- > x2-50x+600 = 0-- > (x-30) (x-20) = 0

**Q27) Five years ago the average age of a family of 3 members was 27 years. A child has Been born, due to which the average age of the family is 25 years today. What is the Present age of the child?**

Solution:

Average age of the family of 3 members5 years ago = 27 yearsSum of the ages of the 3 members now= (27 + 5) * 3 = 96 yearsAverage age of the family of 4 members now= 25 yearsSum of the ages of the 4 numbers now= 25*4 = 100 yearsAge of child = 100 Â– 96 = 4 years

**Q28) In a class of 20 students in an examination in Mathematics 2 students scored 100 Marks each, 3 get zero each and the average of the rest was 40. What is the average Of the whole class?**

Solution:

Total marks obtained by a class of 20 students= 2 * 100 + 3 * 0 + 15 * 40= 200 + 600 = 800: Average marks of whole class = 800/20 = 40

**Q29). The greatest number, which can divide 432, 534 and 398 leaving the same remainder 7 in each, is**

Solution:

Required number is the H.C.F of (432-7), (534-7) and (398-7)i.e., H.C.F. of 425, 527, 391Required number = 17Mphasis data sufficiency questions with answers

**Q30. If x is a positive integer, is x > 15?**

**x > 10**

**x < 1**

A) Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.B) Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.C) BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.D) EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.E) Statement (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient to answer the question asked, and additional data are needed.

**B**

__ANS:__

__Try plugging in different values for x and seeing whether the inequality definitively answers the question.__Explanation:

In order for a statement to be sufficient, it must definitively answer the question (i.e., it must definitively indicate whether x > 15?) For sufficiency to exist, the information in the statement must allow you to answer the question with the same answer every time (either "yes" or "no). The key is not whether the answer is "yes" or "no", but whether the information allows you to answer the same way each time.Statement (1) indicates that x > 10. So, x could be 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17...Since x could be 11, in which case it would not be greater than 15 and the answer to the origial question would be "no", or x could be 17, in which case it would be greater than 15 and the answer to the original question would be "yes", Statement (1) is NOT SUFFICIENT.Statement (2) indicates that x < 14. So, x could be 13, 12, 11, 10, 9... Since all the possible values of x permissible by Statement (2) allow you to answer "no" to the question, Statement (2) is SUFFICIENT.

**Q31) If x and y are integers, what is the sum of x2 + y?**

**x = 4**

**y2 = 16**

A)Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.B)Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.C)BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.D)EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.E)Statement (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient to answer the question asked, and additional data are needed.

**E**

__ANS:__**Try to substitute all possible values of the variables from the statements and determine whether a unique value for the expression x2 + y can be found.**

Explanation:

In order for a statement to be sufficient, the data from the statement must ensure that there is one-and-only-one value for the expression x2 + y. If there are multiple possible values for this expression, then the statement is not sufficient.Evaluating Statement (1), we can substitute and write the equation: 42 + y. However, this is not sufficient because if y = 0, x2 + y = 42 + 0 = 16 but if y = 1, x2 + y = 42 + 1 = 17. Since there are two possible legitimate values for the expression given the information from Statement (1), Statement (1) is NOT SUFFICIENT.Evaluating Statement (2), we know that y is 4 or -4. We know now that the equation is x2 + 4 or x2 - 4. However, this statement is not sufficient because if x = 0, the equation could evaluate to 02 + 4 = 4 or 02 - 4 = -4. Since the information from Statement (2) does not allow us to determine one value for the expression, Statement (2) is NOT SUFFICIENT.When examining Statement (1) and (2) together, we know that the x = 4 and y = 4 or -4. However, these two statements are not sufficient because the expression could evaluate to 42 + 4 = 20 or 42 - 4 = 12. Statements (1) and (2), even when taken together, are NOT SUFFICIENT.

**Q32. If widowers and divorced males retained their group they had upon marrying which of the following would be permissible ( Assume that no previous marriage occurred)**

(A) A woman marrying her dead sisters husband(B) A woman marrying her divorced daughters ex-husband(c) A widower marrying his brothers daughter(D) A woman marrying her mothers brother who is a widower.

**D**

__ANS:__**Q33. If A ,B and D appear for the interview and D is called for additional interview the following week, which 2 candidates may be asked to appear with D?**

**I. A**

**II B**

**III.C**

**IV.E**

A. I and IIB. I and III onlyC. II and III onlyD. III and IV only

**D**

__ANS:__**Q34. If 9x-3y=12 and 3x-5y=7 then 6x-2y = ?**

A.-5B. 4C. 2D. 8

**D**

__ANS:__## Emphasis Placement Papers

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➤ Emphasis C++/ Java Interview Questions 01/05/2012

➤ Emphasis Reasoning Ability questions

➤ Emphasis Arithmetic Ability Questions and Answers

➤ Emphasis Technical Questions 2015

➤ Emphasis Written Test Paper 2014

➤ Emphasis Technical Paper 2013

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