# Quantitative Aptitude DI - **Sep 14 2020**

Here we are providing new series of Quantitative Aptitude Questions for upcoming exams, so the aspirants can practice it on a daily basis.

**Direction (1 – 5). Study the following information carefully and answers the questions given below.**

**The table given below shows the percentage of capital invested by different sectors in the economy of a country for the year 2017 and 2018.**

**1) What is the increase or decrease in capital provided by G from 2017 to 2018?**

a) decrease of Rs. 68 crore

b) increase of Rs. 123 crore

c) increase of Rs. 172 crore

d) decrease of Rs. 123 crore

e) None of these

**2) What has been the approximate rate of growth of the capital invested by F from 2017 to 2018?**

a) 52%

b) 33%

c) 27%

d) 22%

e) None of these

**3) What is the percentage difference between the contributions of all shareholders other than A over the two years?**

a)increase of 2.29%

b) decrease of 3.83%

c) decrease of 2.29%

d) No change

e) None of these

**4) What is the growth rate of the capital invested by A from 2017 to 2019, if its share of the capital in 2019 is 3 percentage more than that in 2017? (Total capital for 2019 being the same as that of 2018).**

a) 16%

b) 22%

c) 18%

d) 25%

e) None of these

**5) What is the growth rate of the capital invested by E in 2020, its share us increased by 25% in the year 2020?**

a) 35%

b) 23.05%

c) 25%

d) 30.50%

e) Data Insufficient

**Answers: **

**1) Answer: B**

Share of G in 2017 is = 2.85% of Rs. 35000 crore.

So, the required value is = 2.85/100 × 35000 = Rs. 997.5 crore.

Share of G in 2018 is = 2.7% of Rs. 41500 crore.

So, the required value is = 2.7/100 × 41500 = Rs. 1120.5 crore.

So, there is a increase of = 1120.5 – 997.5 = 123 crore.

Hence, the required answer is = 123 crore.

**2) Answer: B**

Share of F in 2017 is = 14.61% of Rs. 35000

So, the required value is = 14.61/100 × 35000 = Rs. 5113.5 crore

Share of F in 2018 is = 16.34% of Rs. 41500

So, the required value is = 16.34/100 × 41500 = Rs. 6781.1 crore.

Thus, the percentage increase is = (6781.1 – 5113.5)/5113.5 × 100

= 1667.6/5113.5 × 100 ≈ 33%

Hence, the required answer is = **33% (approx.)**

**3) Answer: C**

Contribution of all shareholders other than A in 2017 is = 100 –53.55 = 46.45

Similarly, Contribution of all shareholders other than A in 2018 is = 100 – 55.84 = 44.16

Hence, the required difference between them is = 44.16 – 46.45= -2.29

Hence, the required answer is = **-2.29.**

**4) Answer: D**

Share of A in 2017 = 53.55% of total

So, share of A in 2019 = 53.55% + 3% = 56.55% of total

So, in 2017,

= 53.55% of 35000 crore = 53.55/100 × 35000 = Rs. 18742.5 crore.

And In 2019,

= 56.55% of 41500 crore

= 56.55/100 * 41500 = Rs. 23468.25 crore

Thus, the growth rate of A = (23468.25 – 18742.5)/18742.5 × 100

= 4725.75/18742.5 × 100 ≈ 25%

Hence, the required answer is = **25% (approx.)**

**5) Answer: E**

The required value of the amount invested is not given for the year 2020.

So, we cannot find the solution of this question.

Hence, the required answer is cannot be determined.