**Directions (1 – 5): Read the data carefully and answer the questions.**

There are two multiplexes A & B, and both have four different types of seats i.e. Gold, Platinum, Silver & General. In multiplex A, there are total 400 seats. Multiplex B has 40% more seats than multiplex A and 20% of the seats in A are Gold seats. One‐fourth of the total number of seats in A are silver seats. 25% of the total seats in A are Platinum seats. Total number of silver seats in both multiplexes together are 240. 45% of the total number of seats in B is Platinum seats and ratio of General seats to Gold seats in B is 3:4.

**Q1. What is the ratio of total number of Gold seats to total number of General seats in both the multiplex?**

(a) 8:15

(b) 13:15

(c) 11:12

(d) 22:25

(e) 5:9

**Q2. Number of General seats in multiplex A is what percent of number of total Gold seats in same multiplex?**

(a) 75%

(b) 66.66%

(c) 100%

(d) 160%

(e) 150%

**Q3. Total number of Gold and Platinum seats in multiplex A are what percent more or less than the total number of General seats in both the multiplex?**

(a) 2.5%

(b) 6.25%

(c) 7.5%

(d) 8%

(e) 10%

**Q4. Find the average number of Platinum & Silver seats in both the multiplex?**

(a) 306

(b) 264

(c) 284

(d) 296

(e) 218

**Directions (6-10). Following are the questions based on two statements and answer the following based on the given statements.**

**Q6. What will be respective ratio of saving of Veer & Deepak.**

**Statement I . Income of Veer is 4% less than that of Sameer and also expenditure of Veer is 12.5% less than that of Sameer. Deepak spend 3/5 th of his income.**

**Statement II . Sameer save Rs. 7000 & Veer save Rs. 7400. Income of Deepak is Rs. 1000 more than that of Sameer.**

(a) Only statement I is sufficient

(b) Only statement II is sufficient

(c) Statement I and II both together is sufficient

(d) Either statement I or Statement II alone is sufficient

(e) Neither statement I nor statement II is sufficient

**Q9. Side of square is 3.5 cm more than radius of circle. What will be area of square?**

**Statement I. Difference between circumference and diameter of circle is 45 cm.**

**Statement II. Radius of circle is 50% more than breadth of rectangle whose length is 15 cm. Ratio of circumference of circle & perimeter of rectangle is 3 : 2.**

(a) Only statement II is sufficient

(b) Either statement I or Statement II alone is sufficient

(c) Statement I and II both together is sufficient

(d) Only statement I is sufficient

(e) Neither statement I nor statement II is sufficient

**Q10. What will be length of train A?**

**Statement I . Relative speed of train A & B is 10 meters/sec when both running in same direction and length of train B is 240 (Speed of train B is more than speed of train A).**

**Statement II . Train B cross a pole in 8 sec and cross train A in 12 sec running in opposite direction.**

(a) Only statement II is sufficient

(b) Either statement I or Statement II alone is sufficient

(c) Neither statement I nor statement II is sufficient

(d) Only statement I is sufficient

(e) Statement I and II both together is sufficient

**Directions (11–15): Given below table shows total number of employees working in five different cities branches of ‘adda247’ and percentage distribution of employee in five different departments. Some data are missing which have to calculate according to given information. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.**

**Q11. If ratio of total employee working in operation, CONTENT & SUPPORT is 4 : 3 : 1 from Bangalore, then find total number of employee working in operation department from city Bangalore, Gurgaon & Delhi together?**

(a) 1940

(b) 1920

(c) 1960

(d) 1980

(e) 1840

**Q12. If ratio between total employee working in IT department & HR department from Pune is 4 : 1, then find average number of employee working in HR department from Delhi & Pune?**

(a) 104

(b) 102

(c) 110

(d) 108

(e) 118

**Q13. If ratio of total employee working in operation, CONTENT & SUPPORT 4 : 3 : 1 from Bangalore, then find total number of employee working in SUPPORT department from all the five cities?**

(a) 1164

(b) 1184

(c) 1172

(d) 1176

(e) 1178

**Q14. If ratio between employee working in IT department from Bangalore and Pune is 78 : 55 , then find total number of employee working in IT department from Pune, Mumbai & Delhi together?**

(a) 995

(b) 998

(c) 997

(d) 991

(e) 1124

**Q15. Total employee working in HR department from Mumbai is what percent more than total employee working in same department from Gurgaon?**

(a) 181.25%

(b) 187.25%

(c) 185.25%

(d) 188.25%

(e) 184.25%

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