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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For FCI Phase I 2022- 28th December

Direction (1-5): Please understand the data carefully and answer the following question.
The following line chart shows the total number of doctors in five different hospitals, A, B, C, D and E.

Q1. If in hospital F, the number of doctors is 30% more than the combined number of doctors in hospital A and D together. Find the number of doctors in hospital F?
(a)480
(b)450
(c)390
(d)360
(e)420

Q2. Find the number of doctors in hospital B is what percent more/less than the number of doctors in hospital E?
(a)10%
(b)20%
(c)30%
(d)25%
(e)35%

Q3. Find the respective ratio of number of doctors in hospital A & B together to number of doctors in D & E together?
(a)4:5
(b)5:4
(c)3:2
(d)2:3
(e)1:2

Q4. If the number of female doctors in hospital C is 70 less than the male doctors, then find the total number of male doctors in hospital C?
(a)85
(b)100
(c)90
(d)115
(e)105

Q5. Find the difference between the average number of doctors in hospital A & E and that in hospital C & D.
(a)60
(b)35
(c)40
(d)25
(e)50

Directions (6- 10): – The given table shows the number of students in 5 schools and ratio of boys to girls in these school. Study the table carefully and answer the related questions.

Q6. Find the ratio of boys in school A and B together to girls in school A and C together.
(a) 22 : 15
(b) 15 : 22
(c) 19 : 23
(d) 23 : 19
(e) 23 : 15

Q7. Find the average number of student studying in school A, B, D and E.
(a) 841
(b) 795.5
(c) 845
(d) 822.5
(e) 906

Q8. Girls in school D is what percent more than girls in school A.
(a) 82.5%
(b) 75%
(c) 37.5%
(d) 68%
(e) 62.5%

Q9. Find the difference between no. of boys in school C and D together to girls in school B and E together.
(a) 210
(b) 190
(c) 175
(d) 225
(e) 240

Direction (11-15): Please understand the data carefully and answer the following question. The table given below shows the number of candidates appeared in an exam in five different years and percentage candidates qualified in the exam in given years.

Q11. Find the ratio of total number of qualified candidates in 2015 to the total number of disqualified candidates in 2011?
(a)17:25
(b)25:16
(c)16:19
(d)19:17
(e)19:25

Q12. Find the average number of disqualified candidates who appeared in the five different years from 2011 to 2015?
(a)1006
(b)986
(c)1084
(d)918
(e)1102

Q13. Find the total number of qualified candidates in 2012 is what percent more/less than the total number of candidates appeared in 2013?
(a)71⅓%
(b)66⅔%
(c)16⅔%
(d)33⅓%
(e)43⅓%

Q14. Find the ratio of total number of disqualified candidates in 2012 & 2013 together to the total number of candidates appeared in 2011 & 2014 together?
(a)27:29
(b)70:27
(c)80:29
(d)27:80
(e)29: 60

Q15. In 2016, the number of candidates appeared was 30% more than the previous year and the number of disqualified candidates is 950. Find the total number of qualified candidates in 2016?
(a)1500
(b)2100
(c)2300
(d)2000
(e)2600

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