 ## Payment Processing... # Quantitative Aptitude DI - Sep 07 2020

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Direction (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions?

The following table shows the total number of employees and HR in 5 different companies and the percentage of female of non HR also given. Note:

Total employees = HR + Non HR

1. Find the difference between the total number of male other than HR in company A and B together to that of total number of HR in company C, D and E together?

A.620

B.540

C.380

D.450

E.None of these

2. Find the sum of the total number of female HR in company B and that of male HR in C together, if the ratio of total number of male to that of female employees in company B and C is 7 : 8 and 3 : 2 respectively?

A.560

B.720

C.640

D.480

E.None of these

3. Find the average number of employees other than HR in all the given companies together?

A.1340

B.1450

C.1580

D.1260

E.None of these

4. Total number of female other than HR in company A and C together is approximately what percentage of total number of male other than HR in company B and D together?

A.54 %

B.38 %

C.66 %

D.75 %

E.87 %

5. Find the total number of female employees in company E, if the ratio between the total number of male to that of female HR in company E is 4 : 11?

A.2400

B.2800

C.1500

D.1800

E.None of these

Explanation

1. Answer: C

The total number of male other than HR in company A and B together

= >(1200 – 400) * (70/100) + (1500 – 300) * (60/100)

= > 560 + 720 = 1280

The total number of HR in company C, D and E together

= >200 + 250 + 450 = 900

Required difference = 1280 – 900 = 380

2. Answer: A

Total number of female employees in company B

= > 1500 * (8/15) = 800

Total number of female other than HR in company B

= > (1500 – 300) * (40/100) = 480

The total number of female HR in company B

= >800 – 480 = 320

Total number of male employees in company C

= > 1000 * (3/5) = 600

The total number of male other than HR in company C

= > (1000 – 200) * (45/100) = 360

The total number of male HR in company C

= > 600 – 360 = 240

Required sum = 320 + 240 = 560

3. Answer: D

The average number of employees other than HR in all the given companies together

= > [(1200 – 400) + (1500 – 300) + (1000 – 200) + (1800 – 250) + (2400 – 450)] / 5

= > [800 + 1200 + 800 + 1550 + 1950] / 5

= > 6300 / 5 = 1260

4. Answer: B

Total number of female other than HR in company A and C together

= > (1200 – 400) * (30/10) + (1000 – 200) * (55/100)

= > 240 + 440 = 680

Total number of male other than HR in company B and D together

= > (1500 – 300) * (60/100) + (1800 – 250) * (70/100)

= > 720 + 1085 = 1805

Required % = (680 / 1805) * 100 = 37.67 % = 38 %

5. Answer: C

Total number of female HR in company E = 450 * (11/15) = 330

Total number of female employees other than HR in company E

= > (2400 – 450) * (60/100) = 1170

Total number of female employees in company E

= > 330 + 1170 = 1500