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NASSCOM Aptitude Paper
Posted on :15-02-2016
NASSCOM Aptitude Paper:-
Q1. If a:b=3:4 and b:c=2:7, then what is the value of a:b:c?
A) 3:4:14B) 3:4:7C) 6:4:7D) 6:8:12
Q2. If 50 people finish a job in 10 days, how long will it take 20 people to finish the same job?
A) 25B) 50C) 4D) None of the options
Q3. If 75% of a number is 90, what is the number?
A) 100B) 125C) 120D) 67.5
Q4. Tom is 25 % taller than Amy. By what percent is Amy shorter than Tom?
A) 75%B) 80%C) 25%D) 20%
Q5. The prices of a refrigerator and a cell phone are in the ratio 3:2. If the refrigerator costs Rs. 6000 more than the cell phone, what is the price of the cell phone?
A) Rs. 1200B) Rs. 12000C) Rs. 8000D) Rs. 9000
Q6. If the ages of a husband and a wife are in the ratio 5:4 and the sum of their ages is 45, what is the difference between their ages?
A) 4 yearsB) 5 yearsC) 3 yearsD) 6 years
Q7. In August, a cricket team that played 120 matches won 20% of the games it played. After a continuous winning streak, this team raised its average to 52%. How many matches did the team win to attain this average?
A) 40B) 52C) 68D) 80
Q8. A shopkeeper offered a discount of 15% on the labeled price. By selling an article for Rs. 340, after giving discount, he earned a profit of 13 1/3%. What would have been the percent profit earned if no discount was offered?
A) 0.2B) 0.3333C) 0.1717D) 0.25
Q9. Find the percentage of prime numbers present between 1 and 100 (including both).
A) 20B) 25C) 24D) 23
Q10. After giving a discount of Rs.45 the shopkeeper still gets a profit of 20%, if the cost price is Rs.180. Find the mark up percent.
A) 0.4B) 0.55C) 0.45D) 0.48
Q11. Five students, Alisha, Binoy, Carey, Dolphy and Elizabeth were comparing the scores each received on a Math and an English test. The following was discovered that Alishas English score was 80. Alishas Math score equals Elizabeths English score. Elizabeths Math score equals Alishas English score. Alishas English score is 15 less than Elizabeths English score. Dolphys Math score is 20 more than his English score and is 20 more than Careys Math score. Dolphys Math score is 40 more than Binoys English score. Careys English score is 10 less than Binoys English score. If Binoys English score is 60, what is Dolphys English score?
A) 80B) 70C) 60D) 50
Q12. In a class, 30 students pass in English and 20 students in Math, while some students among these pass in both. How many more students do only English as compared to those doing only Maths?
A) 10B) 15C) 20D) Indeterminate
Q13. In the island of Hanoi is trapped a princess. To rescue her, the prince has to transfer a set of rings numbered 1 to 7 from tower A to tower C. The rings are stacked one over the other in an order, with 1 at the top and 6 at the bottom, and have to be stacked in the same fashion on tower C. The prince can move only one ring at a time, and can store the rings in a stack, temporarily, in another tower B. Minimum how many moves of rings, between the towers, will it take the prince to arrange the rings in tower C?
A) 13B) 127C) 14D) 129
Q14. In tennis, service alternates for each game between the two players and the first player to win 6 games wins. A player winning 6-2 indicates that 8 games were played, of which the winning player won 6 and the losing player won 2. Rafael beat Roger in a set of tennis, winning six games to Rogers three. Five games were won by the player who did not serve. Who served first?
A) RafaelB) RogerC) Inconsistent dataD) Indeterminate
Q15. When I was married 10 years ago, my wife was the sixth member in the family. Today, my father died, and a baby was born to me. The average age in my family today is what it was when I was married. How old was my father when he died?
A) 50 yearsB) 60 yearsC) 70 yearsD) Indeterminate
Q16. The cost of hiring a bus is shared equally by all passengers. The bus has seats for 40 passengers and the total bill comes to Rs.70.37. How many seats went unoccupied?
A) 13B) 11C) 9D) 7
Q17. If Test is tuff stands for @ # $, Test was easy stands for $ % ^, easy becomes tuff stands for ^ @ & then what will be the code for is and was?
A) &, %B) ^, $C) #, %D) #, ^
Q18. In a class of 40 students, 24 students speak Hindi and 20 students speak Kannada. Eight students speak none of the two languages. How many students speak both Hindi and Kannada?
A) 10B) 18C) 15D) 12
Q19. In a class, 50% of the students are boys. Of the girls, 45% are good at physics, 65% are good at chemistry and 60% are good at Maths. 30% are good at physics and chemistry, 35% are good at chemistry and Maths and 25% are good at physics and Maths. Given that all the girls are good at least one of the three subjects mentioned, what is the number of girls who are good in all the three subjects if there are 100 students in the class?
A) 10B) 20C) 8D) 6
Q20. If * stands for + ,/ stands for *, + stands for - and - stands for / , then which of the following is TRUE?
A) 4/12*6+30-4 = 46.5B) 12*4/6+30-4 = 14.5C) 4*6/12+4-4 = -4D) 4*4/6+30-4 = -12
Q21. Gopal is 54, and has an annual income of $120,000 per year. He had filed for bankruptcy 18 years back during recession. He has life insurance and property insurance, and has three mansions in three different states of US. He has 2 cars. He is:
A) Granted the credit cardB) Interviewed by an agent of the credit card companyC) Denied the credit cardD) Data insufficient
Q22. Ben has a monthly income of $4000, does not have Life Insurance, and has filed for bankruptcy twice in the last 8 years. He has two cars and a house in his name. He is:
A) Issued the credit card immediately by the companyB) Interviewed by an agent of the companyC) Data insufficientD) Denied the credit card
Q23. If + stands for division, * stands for addition, - stands for multiplication and / stands for subtraction, then which of the following equations is CORRECT?
A) 36 * 6 + 7 / 2 6 = 20B) 36 / 6 + 3 * 5 – 3 =C) 36 + 6 – 3 * 5 / 3 =D) 36 – 6 + 3 * 5 / 3 =
Q24. Complete the series: 2, 10, 30, 68, ____
A) 88B) 130C) 82D) 102
Q25. Complete the series: 0, 14, 78, ...
A) 252B) 84C) 140D) None of the options