**Directions (1-5): The data given below shows the distribution of employees of two companies X and Y in three departments viz. Administration, HR and others.**

Total employees in company X and Y together are 5600 and the ratio of employees in company X and Y is 4 :3.

In company X – No. of male employees are 60%. No. of males working in administration are 30% of total males. Ratio of males working in HR and others is 2 :5. ⅜ th of total females are working in HR and no. of females working in Administration are 50 less than females working in others.

In company Y – No. of male employees are 65%. Total 420 males work in HR department, which is 120% of the females working in HR. No. of males working in Administration are ¾ th of males in HR. 250 females works in Administration.

**Q1. What is the no. of male employees working in Administration department of company X and Y together?**

(a) 981

(b) 971

(c) 891

(d) 881

(e) 871

**Q2. Male employees in HR department of company Y is what percent of female employee in HR department of company X?**

(a) 115%

(b) 87.5%

(c) 92%

(d) 110%

(e) 85%

**Q3. Find the ratio between male employee in Others of company X and male employee in HR of company Y.**

(a) 7/16

(b) 15/8

(c) 16/9

(d) 8/15

(e) 16/7

**Q4. What is the difference between no. of males in company X and no. of females in company Y?**

(a) 1080

(b) 1240

(c) 960

(d) 880

(e) 1020

**Q5. No. of females in Administration in company X is what percent more/less than no. of males in Others in company Y?**

(a) 120%

(b) 90%

(c) 64%

(d) 54.54%

(e) 50.5%

**Directions (6-10): Read the passage given below and answer the following questions.**

A company which has only 5 employees, i.e. A, B, C, D & E, manufactures shirts. Company sold 2490 shirts in April, which is 83% of the total shirts manufactured by the company in April. Shirts manufactured by A in April is 75% of the shirts manufactured by C in April. Ratio of shirts manufactured in April by B & C is 5 : 2. Average number of shirts manufactured in April by D & E is 650. Shirts manufactured by C in April are 150 less than shirts manufactured by E in April. Each employee of the company worked for 25 days in April.

**Q6. Shirts manufactured by A & C together in April are what percent of shirts manufactured by B in April.**

(a) 20%

(b) 70%

(c) 40%

(d) 30%

(e) 60%

**Q7. Shirts manufactured by D in 1 day in April are how much more or less than shirts manufactured by E in 1 day in April?**

(a) 9

(b) 5

(c) 2

(d) 7

(e) 8

**Q8. Find the average number of shirts manufactured by B, C & E in April.**

(a) 350

(b) 500

(c) 650

(d) 600

(e) 400

**Q9. If cost of manufacturing a shirt in April is Rs.32 and company sold each shirt at 25% profit in April, then find the total profit earned by the company on sold shirts in April.**

(a) Rs.12640

(b) Rs.19920

(c) Rs.20480

(d) Rs.17560

(e) Rs.14540

**Q10. Shirts manufactured by A & C together in 2 days in April are what percent more or less than shirts manufactured by B & D together in 1 day in April?**

(a) 60%

(b) 20%

(c) 40%

(d) 50%

(e) 30

**Directions (11-15): Read the given information carefully and answer the following question.**

There are two trains P and Q. Both trains have four different types of coaches i.e. General, sleeper class, first class and AC coaches. In train P, there are total 800 passengers. Train Q has 40% more passengers than train P. 20% of the passengers of train P are in general coaches. One‐fourth of the total number of passengers of train P are in AC coaches. 25% of the passengers of train P are in sleeper class coaches. Remaining passengers of train P are in first class coaches. Total number of passengers in AC coaches in both the trains together is 480. 45% of the number of passengers of train Q is in sleeper class coaches and ratio of passengers of train Q in first class coaches to general class coaches is 3:4.

**Q11. What is the ratio of total number of passengers travelling in general coaches to the total number of passengers travelling in AC coaches of both the trains?**

(a) 8:15

(b) 3:5

(c) 11:15

(d) 22:25

(e) 5:9

**Q13. Total number of passengers of train P who are travelling in General and Sleeper coaches together are what percent more or less than the total number of passengers of both the trains travelling in AC coaches?**

(a) 22.5%

(b) 20%

(c) 15%

(d) 30%

(e) 25%

**Q14. Find the average number of passengers travelling in sleeper and first class coaches of both trains?**

(a) 524

(b) 544

(c) 562

(d) 574

(e) 580

**Q15. Difference of passengers travelling in General and Sleeper coaches of both the trains is what percent of total passengers travelling in both the trains?**

(a) 18 ⅓%

(b) 17 ½ %

(c) 16 ⅔%

(d) 22 ½ %

(e) 20%

**Solutions **