Ratio & Proportion - Quantitative Aptitude Questions and Answers


Quantitative Aptitude » Ratio & Proportion

QUESTION

In an army selection process, the ratio of selected to unselected was 3:1. If 60 less had applied and 30 less selected, the ratio of selected to unselected would have been 5:1. How many candidates had applied for the process?

A)

240

B)

480

C)

120

D)

720

Quantitative Aptitude » Ratio & Proportion

QUESTION

A)

10:9

B)

11:10

C)

5:6

D)

3:2

Quantitative Aptitude » Ratio & Proportion

QUESTION

A)

137:110

B)

110:137

C)

9:11

D)

11:9

Quantitative Aptitude » Ratio & Proportion

QUESTION

The ratio of the monthly incomes of A and B is 11: 13 and the ratio of their expenditures is 9: 11. If both of them manage to save ₹4,000 per month, then find the difference in their incomes (in ₹).

A)

2500

B)

3000

C)

3200

D)

4000

Quantitative Aptitude » Ratio & Proportion

QUESTION

A)

14:23

B)

21:19

C)

5:6

D)

7:4