AAO ExamCT 4: Quant (DI  Tabulation)
AAO ExamCT 4 Quant (DI  Tabulation)
1. Direction: Study the following table given below carefully and answer the question based on it. These are the marks scored by 4 students in 3 different subjects.
Student name 
Physics 
Chemistry 
Maths 
Sumit 
70 
50 
60 
Lakshmi 
80 
60 
75 
Lakhan 
75 
90 
60 
Krishna 
50 
80 
70 

none

one

three

four
According to the given situation passing marks = 60/100 × 100 = 60 marks
There are only 2 students who got less than 60 marks in any of the subject
That is sumit in chemistry and Krishna in physics ∴ there are two students who fail in any of the subject
2. Direction: Study the following table given below carefully and answer the question based on it. These are the marks scored by 4 students in 3 different subjects.
Student name 
Physics 
Chemistry 
Maths 
Sumit 
70 
50 
60 
Lakshmi 
80 
60 
75 
Lakhan 
75 
90 
60 
Krishna 
50 
80 
70 

20%

30%

50%

25%
Total mark scored by sumit = 70 + 50 + 60 = 180
Total marks scored by Krishna = 50 + 80 + 70 = 200
⇒ required percent = (200 – 180)/200 × 100 = 10%
3. Direction: Study the following table given below carefully and answer the question based on it. These are the marks scored by 4 students in 3 different subjects.
Student name 
Physics 
Chemistry 
Maths 
Sumit 
70 
50 
60 
Lakshmi 
80 
60 
75 
Lakhan 
75 
90 
60 
Krishna 
50 
80 
70 

Sumit

Lakshmi

Krishna

Can’t be determined
Marks scored by sumit = 70 + 50 + 60 = 180
Marks scored by Lakshmi = 80 + 60 + 75 = 215
Marks scored by lakhan = 75 + 90 + 60 = 225
Marks scored by Krishna = 50 + 80 + 70 = 200 ⇒ ∴ Highest marks is scored by lakhan.
4. Direction: Study the following table given below carefully and answer the question based on it. These are the marks scored by 4 students in 3 different subjects.
Student name 
Physics 
Chemistry 
Maths 
Sumit 
70 
50 
60 
Lakshmi 
80 
60 
75 
Lakhan 
75 
90 
60 
Krishna 
50 
80 
70 

2 : 9

11 : 19

18 : 17

23 : 31
Marks scored by sumit in maths = 60
Marks scored by lakshmi in maths = 75
marks scored by sumit and Lakshmi together in math = 60 + 75 = 135
mark scored by lakhan in chemistry = 90
marks scored by Krishna in chemistry = 80
marks scored by lakhan and Krishna in chemistry together = 90 + 80 = 170
⇒ required ratio = 135 : 170 ⇒ 27 : 34
5. Direction: Read the following table carefully and answer the following questions.
The following table shows the number of copies sold by five types of Newspapers in urban and rural areas.

Urban area 
Rural area 
Indian Express 
1000 
500 
Times of India 
2000 
1000 
Business Standard 
2500 
1500 
Patrika 
3000 
4000 
Dainik Bhaskar 
4000 
4500 

25%

15%

20%

10%
Given:
The number of copies of Indian Express sold in Urban area = 1000
The number of copies of Indian Express sold in Rural area = 500
Calculations:
⇒ Required percentage = (1000 – 500)/500 × 100
⇒ Required percentage = (500)/500 × 100
⇒ Required percentage = 100%
∴ The number of copies of Indian Express sold in Urban areas is 100% more than the number of copies of Indian Express sold in Rural areas.
6. Direction: Read the following table carefully and answer the following questions.
The following table shows the number of copies sold by five types of Newspapers in urban and rural areas.

Urban area 
Rural area 
Indian Express 
1000 
500 
Times of India 
2000 
1000 
Business Standard 
2500 
1500 
Patrika 
3000 
4000 
Dainik Bhaskar 
4000 
4500 

4900

900

1600

2500
Given:
The ratio of male and female in every Rural area = 3 : 2
Calculation:
Number of males who purchased Business Standard from rural areas = 1500 × 3/5 = 900
Number of males who purchased Dainik Bhaskar from rural areas = 4500 × 3/5 = 2700
Required number of male = 900 + 2700 = 3600
∴ The number of males who purchased Business Standard and Dainik Bhaskar from rural areas is 3600.
7. Direction: Read the following table carefully and answer the following questions.
The following table shows the number of copies sold by five types of Newspapers in urban and rural areas.

Urban area 
Rural area 
Indian Express 
1000 
500 
Times of India 
2000 
1000 
Business Standard 
2500 
1500 
Patrika 
3000 
4000 
Dainik Bhaskar 
4000 
4500 

1000

2000

2500

1500
Given:
The ratio of male and female in every Urban area = 2 : 3
Calculation:
Number of female who purchased Times of India from urban areas = 2000 × 3/5 = 1200
Number of female who purchased Patrika from urban areas = 3000 × 3/5 = 1800
Required number of female = 1800 + 1200 = 3000
∴ The number of female who purchased Times of India and Patrika from urban areas is 3000.
8. Below mentioned table shows usage of Netflix, amazon prime and sony liv over a span of 150 hours in three families. Answer the questions from data mentioned below:
Netflix  Amazon Prime  Sony Iiv  
Family 1  10%  20%  25% 
Family 2  45%  10%  25% 
Family 3  30%  15%  20% 

25 hours

28 hours

37.5 hours

53 hours
Calculation:
Total number of hours watched on Netflix by all three families = (0.10 × 150) + (0.45 × 150) + (0.30 × 150)
⇒ (0.10 × 150) + (0.45 × 150) + (0.30 × 150) = 0.85 × 150
⇒ 0.85 × 150 = 127.5 ….(1)
Total number of hours watched on Sony Liv by all three families = (0.25 × 150) + (0.25 × 150) + (0.20 × 150)
⇒ (0.25 × 150) + (0.25 × 150) + (0.20 × 150) = 0.70 × 150 ….(2)
⇒ 0.70 × 150 = 105
Difference = (1) – (2)
⇒ 127.5 – 105
∴ Required difference = 22.5 hours
Hint
Number of hours watched by all families is from 150 hence, add the percentages and then obtain total hours used to reduce the calculation time.
9. Below mentioned table shows usage of Netflix, amazon prime and sony liv over a span of 150 hours in three families. Answer the questions from data mentioned below:
Netflix  Amazon Prime  Sony Iiv  
Family 1  10%  20%  25% 
Family 2  45%  10%  25% 
Family 3  30%  15%  20% 
Find ratio between total hours watched by family 1 on Netflix and Amazon prime and by family 2 on Amazon prime and sony liv.

3 : 4

5 : 4

7 : 6

4 : 5
Calculation:
Number of hours watched on Netflix by family 1 = 0.10 × 150
⇒ 0.10 × 150 = 15 ….(1)
Number of hours watched on Amazon prime by family 1 = 0.20 × 150
⇒ 0.20 × 150 = 30 ….(2)
Number of hours watched on Amazon Prime by family 2 = 0.10 × 150
⇒ 0.10 × 150 = 15 ….(3)
Number of hours watched on sony liv by family 2 = 0.25 × 150
⇒ 0.25 × 150 = 37.5 ….(4)
Now, (1) + (2) : (3) + (4)
⇒ (15 + 30) : (15 + 37.5)
⇒ 45 : 52.5
⇒ 9 : 10.5
∴ Required ratio is 6 : 7
Total number of hours watched on Netflix and Amazon prime by family 1 = (0.30) × 150
⇒ 0.30 × 150 = 45 ….(1)
Total number of hours watched on Amazon prime and Sony liv by family 2 = (0.35) × 150
⇒ 0.35 × 150 = 52.5 ….(2)
Now, (1) : (2)
⇒ 45 : 52.5
∴ Required ratio is 6 : 7
10. Below mentioned table shows usage of Netflix, amazon prime and sony liv over a span of 150 hours in three families. Answer the questions from data mentioned below:
Netflix  Amazon Prime  Sony Iiv  
Family 1  10%  20%  25% 
Family 2  45%  10%  25% 
Family 3  30%  15%  20% 
Find total number of hours watched on Amazon prime and sony liv by family 2 and family 3

110

115

120

125
Calculation:
Number of hours watched on amazon prime by family 2 = 0.10 × 150
⇒ 0.10 × 150 = 15 ….(1)
Number of hours watched on sony liv by family 2 = 0.25 × 150
⇒ 0.25 × 150 = 37.5 ….(2)
Number of hours watched on amazon prime by family 3 = 0.15 × 150
⇒ 0.15 × 150 = 22.5 ….(3)
Number of hours watched on sony liv by family 3 = 0.20 × 150
⇒ 0.20 × 150 = 30 ….(4)
Required answer = (1) + (2) + (3) + (4)
⇒ 15 + 37.5 + 22.5 + 30 = 105
∴ Required answer is 105 hours
Number of hours watched on amazon prime and sony liv by family 2 = (0.10 + 0.25) × 150
⇒ Number of hours watched on amazon prime and sony liv by family 2 = 52.5 ….(1)
Number of hours watched on amazon prime and sony liv by family 3 = (0.15 + 0.20) × 150
⇒ Number of hours watched on amazon prime and sony liv by family 3 = 52.5 ….(2)
Total number of hours asked = (1) + (2)
⇒ 52.5 + 52.5
⇒ required answer = 105
∴ Required answer is 105 hours
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