# MindTree Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning

Posted on :18-02-2016
Section -1 Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning (25 questions in 30 minutes)

Directions for Questions 1 to 5:

Six friends Ram, Balram, Parshuram, Tukaram, Shyam and
Ghanshyam have done their graduation from six IITs Roorkee, Bombay, Kharagpur, Kanpur, Delhi and Chennai, not necessarily in same order. The hometown of three of them is Chandigarh, two of them is Panchkula and sixth one is from Mohali. Passout from Kharagpur is not from Chandigarh IITians from Roorkee and Bombay have their hometown Panchkula and the initials of their names and college cities are not same. Shyam is from IIT Delhi has hometown at Chandigarh. Ghanshyam is his childhood friend from the same city. Parshuram and Ghanshyam are passouts from IIT Kharagpur and Kanpur. Tukaram is IIT Chennai passout.

Q1. Who is from IIT Kharagpur?

1. Ram
2. Ghanshyam
3. Parshuram
4. Shyam

Q2. Who is from Mohali?

1. Balram
2. Tukaram
3. Parshuram
4. cannot be determined

Q3. Who is surely not from Chandigarh?

1. Ram
2. Ghanshyam
3. Shyam
4. None of these

Q4. From where Parshuram has graduated?

1. IIT Kanpur
2. IIT Bombay
3. Parshuram
4. IIT Delhi

Q5. Which of the following statements is redundant?

1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. none of these

Directions for Question 6 to 8:

Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Three friends A, B and C decided to share a lot of apples. Each of them had half of the total plus half an apple in order. After each of them took their share twice, no apples were left.

Q6. How many apples were there?

1. 61
2. 63
3. 125
4. 127

Q7. How many apples did A get?

1. 18
2. 36
3. 40
4. none of these

Q8. How many apples did B get?

1. 20
2. 18
3. 12
4. cant be determined.

Directions for questions 9 to 13:

Refer to the table below and answer the questions that follow.

Q9. For how many crops the target has not been achieved?

1. 5
2. 6
3. 3
4. 4

Q10. What has been total production of Cotton, Jute and Mesta in 2010-11(in billion kgs)?

1.7.5825
2. 5.8761
3. 1.8140
4. Data insufficient

Q11. Considering sugarcane and coarse cereals only, has the target been achieved?

1. Yes
2. No
3. Uncertain
4. none of these

Q12. What is the production of Mesta (in billion kgs)?

1. 7.5825
2. 5.8761
3. 1.8140
4. Data insufficient

Q13. By how much percent the target of total food grains has not been achieved?

1. 5%
2. 7.5%
3. 3.2%
4. 1.2%

Q14. Two shatabdis are moving towards each other with same speeds of 90 km/hr. If each of them has same length of 500 m, in how much time will they cross each other?

1. 40 sec
2. 30 sec
3. 20 sec
4. 25 sec

Q15. If n3 = 1367631, what is n?

1. 161
2. 129
3. 111
4. 101

Q16. The remainder when 13246 is divided by 168 is

1. 0
2. 1
3. 13
4. 52

Q17. Using 5 non-collinear and 5 collinear points, how many quadrilaterals can be formed?

1. 155
2. 550
3. 1045
4. 2475

Q18. In a city, there are four restaurants situated at corners of a square. There are direct roads connecting each other. The shortest road is of length 10 km. What is the total length of all the roads?

1. 60 km
2. 56 km
3. 68.2 km
4. 72.6 km

Q19. Running a loop in a code takes 25 minutes. How much time will it take to execute a code with 95 files and each of the file has 24 times this loop in it?

1. 900 hours
2. 800 hours
3. 950 hours
4. none of these

Q20. (24 power p) power q) = 191102976
If p and q are both integers, how many possible values of p can take?

1. 2
2. 6
3. 4
4. None of these

Q21. A CPU can execute 20 billion instructions in a minute. If one expression evaluation requires 80 operations, how much time will it take to execute 0.8 million operations?

1. 4.51 seconds
2. 11.52 seconds
3. 14.40 seconds
4. 16 seconds

Directions for questions 22 to 25:

Three dice are thrown together, but two of them are biased and show 1, 2 and 3 with 1/5 probability each, show 4, 5 and 6 with 2/15 probability each. The third dice is a fair one.

Q22. What is the probability that the sum of numbers on dice is 3?

1. 1/216
2. 1/125
3. 1/150
4. Data insufficient

Q23. What is the probability that the product of numbers on dice is a prime number?

1. 7/150
2. 1/18
3. 9/23
4. none of these

Q24. What is the probability that the sum of numbers on dice is at least 17?

1. 1/625
2. 8/675
3. 8/3375
4. 3/1216

Q25. If all the three dice were biased, what is the probability that the product of numbers is 180?

1. 4/625
2. 8/3375
3. 5/1024
4. 8/1125

Section -2 Programming Skills

Maximum Time allowed: 20 minutes

Q1. You are given a set of n points in a plane (n is a natural number, n>2).
Each of these points is represented by this structure.
struct point{ int x; int y; }

Q2. You are given an array (of size n) of structures of type point.
Write a function that takes this array as input and returns the radius of largest in circle that can be formed within the polygon formed by the n points in plane.

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