# SkillRack Aptitude Question Answer

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**Q.1 There are three ants at the three corners of a regular triangle. Each ant starts moving on a straight line toward another randomly chosen corner at the same speed. What is the probability that none of the ants collide?**

1/2

1/4

3/8

3/16

Answer : -

There will be no collision when the all the ants move in clock wise direction or anti clock wise direction.

From the ant’s perspective each can go left or right. There are 8 possible combinations – LLL, LLR, LRL, RLL, LRR, RLR, RRL, and RRR. You can also work that out by raising 2 (the number of choices) to the power of 3 (the number of choosers) = 2 x 2 x 2 = 8. In only 2 of these cases (LLL and RRR will there be no collisions, so 2 / 8 = 0.25

**Q 2. One number is 5 times another number and their sum is -60 (minus 60). What is the lesser of the two numbers?**

-10

-12

-48

-50

Answer: -

x = 5y

x + y = -60

So 5y + y = -60. 6y = -60, and y = -10.

If y = -10, x = 5y = 5(-10) = -50.

-50 is less than -10 , so (D) is correct.

**Q 3.** **A kind old gentleman decided to give 12 sweets to each of the girls in his town and 8 sweets to each of the boys. Of the 612 children in his town, only half the girls and three quarters of the boys were allowed to take the sweets. How many sweets did the kind old gentleman have to buy?**

840

960

2340

3672

Answer : -

**Q. 4.**

**Q. 5.**

**A dart board of radius 1 meter is at a distance of 20 meters from you. You throw a dart at it and it hits the dartboard at some point Q in the circle. What is the probability that Q is closer to the center of the circle than the periphery?**

2/5

3/4

1/2

1/4

Area related to points closer to center = 22/7 * 0.5 * 0.5

Area of entire circle = 22/7 * 1 * 1

Hence probability that Q is closer to the center = (22/7 * 0.5 * 0.5) / (22/7 * 1 * 1) = 0.25 or 1/4

**Q.6 : -**

**Choose the INCORRECT sentence(s) given as options below.**

A) The tournament is historically interesting.

B) My income is less than my sister.

C) I find it a very enjoyable place.

D) He was making the suggestion politely.

Answer: -

**Q.7**

**Choose the INCORRECT sentence(s) given as options below.**

A) Unlike his friends, his performance shows his meticulous planning.

B) Though it was hot yesterday, they went out.

C) There are several ways people use to talk about the future.

D) The passenger sitting next to you in the bus keeps smoking non-stop.

**Q.8 : -**

**A scientist was**researching on animal behavior in his lab. He was very interested in analyzing the behavior of bear. He travelled 1 mile in north direction and reached North Pole. There he saw a bear. He then followed the bear around 1 hr with a speed of 2km/hr in east direction. After that he traveled in south direction and reached his lab in 2 hrs. Then what is the color of the bear?

Black

White

Brown

Grey

**Q.9: -**

**Identify the INCORRECT statement(s)**

1. He was vexed with the behaviour of his son.

2. His simple word is as good as an oath.

3. Of two evils choose the less.

4. I hope the matter will be cleared up some day.

**Q.10.**

**A shop keeper has three cakes of weight 12 kgs, 16kgs and 20 kgs. If he wants to cut these cakes into smaller pieces having equal weight without wastage, what is the maximum possible weight of each piece?**

2 kgs

4 kgs

6 kgs

8 kgs

**Q.11.**

**A person travels on a cycle from home to office on a straight road with the wind against him. He took 4 hours to reach office. On the way back to home**, he took 3 hours to reach as the wind was in the same direction. If there is no wind, how much time does he take to travel from home to office?

234 minutes approximately

229 minutes approximately

206 minutes approximately

195 minutes approximately

**Q.12**

**I met my friend 26 days ago. He then told me that he can meet me next after 10 days from today which is a wednesday. On which day of the week did I meet my friend?**

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Thursday

**Four black cows and three white cows give as much milk in five days as three black cows and five white cows give in four days. Which cow gives more milk?**

Black

White

Both give equal amount

Cannot determine

**A, B and C can together do a piece of work in 20 days, A can do alone in 50 days and B in 60 days. In how many days can C do it alone?**

52 days

60 days

72 days

75 days

**Suresh and Monisha have a conversation.**

Suresh says I am certainly not over 40

Monisha says I am 38 and you are atleast 5 years older than me

Now Suresh says you are atleast 39

All the statements made by the two are false. How old are they really?

Suresh age is 51 and Monisha is 45

Suresh age is 35 and Monisha is 45

Suresh age is 41 and Monisha is 37

Suresh age is 21 and Monisha is 33

**The average length of three ropes is 6800 feet. None of the ropes is less than 6600 feet. What is the greatest possible length of one of the other ropes?**

6800

7200

7600

8000

(x+y+z)/3 = 6800

Hence x+y+z = 20400 feet

To find the greatest possible length we should assume the other ropes are of minimum possible length which is 6600 feet. Let us assume z is the longest. Then,

x = y = 6600 feet

6600 + 6600 + z = 20400

so, z = 7200 feet

**Re-arrange the following sentences to form a logical paragraph.**

A) Its prime minister, Mario Monti, is indeed a gifted man, but the strong protest vote in this week’s local elections suggests that unpopular policies which touch so many Italian lives are ultimately best determined by elected politicians.

B)The German half-truth is that the euro zone’s problems can be solved merely by the indebted countries slashing their way to prosperity.

C) Indeed, the euro will survive only if every country confronts the choice it shies away from.

D) In Italy the half-truth is that the country can escape its dysfunctional politics by entrusting hard choices to a technocrat.

E) In fact, Germans need to live with higher inflation, consume a bit more and prop up the weaker members of the currency union.

F) Like some dreadful joke, the euro needs French reform, German extravagance and Italian political maturity.

**DABECF**

BADECF

EADCFB

FDABEC

**Read the below sentences and find the correct one.**

1.No less than 30 students have passed the exam.

2.No fewer than 30 students have passed the exam.

Only 1 is correct

Only 2 is correct

Both the sentences are correct

None of these

Hence Only 2 is correct

Q.19** In a murder case there are four suspects P,Q,R,S. **

** Each of them makes a statement.**

P: “I had gone to the theatre with S at the time of the murder”.

Q: “I was playing cards with P at the time of the murder”

R: “Q didn’t commit the murder”

S: “R is not the murderer”.

Assuming the only one of the above statement is false and that one of them is the murderer, who is the murderer?

P

Q

R

S

Answer: -

**So this is a possible option.**

**S committed the murder.**

**A says, “The horse is not Black.”**

**B says, “The horse is either Brown or Grey.”**

**C says, “The horse is Brown.”**

If at least one is telling the truth and at least one is lying, what is the color of the horse among Black, Brown and Grey?

Black

Brown

Grey

None of the above colors

80

210

250

290

Question Weightage : 1

What is the maximum possible number of passengers who travelled from Bangalore to Salem?

200

70

170

90

Question Weightage : 1

What was the overall revenue earned by the railways from this specific journey?

Rs. 8920

Rs. 9460

Rs. 15250

Rs.12500

Question Weightage : 1

What was the amount collected at Dharmapuri station (through tickets assuming everyone bought a ticket)?

Rs. 350

Rs. 650

Rs. 150

Rs. 450

**Answers: -**

1) Passengers who boarded at Bangalore = 200,

**Choose the correct options with respect to the below sentences.**

**1.Whom do you think achieved the target?**

**2.Who do you think achieved the target?**

Only 1 is correct

Only 2 is correct

Both 1 and 2 are correct

Both are wrong

‘who’ denotes the subject and ‘whom’ is used for the object.

Hence only 2 is correct.

Q. 24: – **A takes 4 days to complete one-third of a job, B takes 3 days to complete one-sixth of the same work and C takes 5 days to complete half the job. If all of them work together for 3 days and A and C quit, how long will it take for B to complete the remaining work done?**

9.4 days

5.1 days

4.5 days

2.5 days

Answer: -

**Identify the INCORRECT statement(s)**

1. I want to do an MBA before going into business.

2. My wife runs profitable business in this suburb.

3. If we advertise we will get twice as much business as we have now.

4. How you spend your money is as much my business as yours.

2) is incorrect.

**A man is standing in front of a painting of a man and says ” I do not have any brothers or sisters, but this man’s father is my father’s son”. Who is in the painting?**

His grandfather

His son

His father

He himself

**A takes 2 days to complete one-third of a job, B takes 2 days to complete one-sixth of the same work and C takes 4 days to complete half the job. If all of them work together for 2 days and A and B quit, how long will it take for C to complete the remaining work done.**

9 days

7 days

5 days

3 days

**Re-arrange the following sentences to form a logical paragraph.**

A) They should make the most of it.

B) A number of these “Xooglers”, as former Google workers are known, have since ploughed back a chunk of their riches into new start-ups.

C) After 2012, wealthy former Facebook staffers—call them “Xbookers”—will have an opportunity to do the same thing.

D) After Google’s IPO, some of its employees left the firm with Croesus-like sums of money raised by selling their stakes.

E) Facebook’s flotation will also encourage more investment in start-ups.

**EDBCA**

DBECA

BDECA

BDEAC

**It takes a cabin cruiser 3 hours longer to travel 50kms than it takes a power boat to travel 60kms. The cruiser travels half the speed of the power boat. Find the effective speed of power boat.**

40/3 kmph

32/13 kmph

28/3 kmph

54/5 kmph

let 2x = speed of power boat. Then x is the speed of cabin cruiser.

50/x = 60/2x +3. solving x=20/3 kmph.

So power boat effective speed = 2x = 40/3 kmph

Q.31. : -**Re-arrange the following sentences to form a logical paragraph.**

A) The fiercest crucible for young Mormons is the mission.

B) They are cut off from their families (they are allowed only two phone calls home a year) and assigned a “companion” to keep them on the straight and narrow.

C) Few other groups experience anything as demanding at a similar age.

D) Mormon men serve as missionaries for two years when they turn 19; women for 18 months when they turn 21.

E) They are expected to proselytise for ten hours a day, six days a week.

F) They have no choice over where they go and often have to learn a foreign language.

DABFCE

DABCEF

ADFBCE

**ADFBEC**

**Choose the correct answer which will act as an one word substitute for**

Giving undue favours to one’s own kith and kin

Nepotism

Favoritism

Wordiness

Corruption

**A positive whole number M less than 100 is represented in base 2 notation, base 3 notation, and**

**base 5 notation. It is found that in all three cases the last digit is 1, while in exactly two out of the**

**three cases the leading digit is 1. What is the value of M?**

31

91

75

89

**100 soldiers are arranged in an array of 5 rows and 20 columns according to their height. Tallest among each row are asked to come out and the shortest among them is Soldier A. Then every one revert to their original positions, and now the shortest among each column are asked to come out and the tallest among them is Soldier B. Who is taller Soldier A or Soldier B ?**

Soldier A is taller

Soldier B is taller

Both are of equal height

Cannot be determined

**A car has a 4 digit numbered licence plate which on reversing the digits upside down (rotating clockwise or anticlockwise by 180 degrees) could still be read as a number. The difference between the reversed number and original number is 2970. What is the original number ?**

3160

3690

9860

6890

**6890**.

**If Tarun is twice as old as Hitesh will be, when John is as old as Tarun is now, Who is the youngest?**

Cannot be determined

Hitesh

John

Tarun

**Hitesh**is the youngest.

**Three people started walks along a 360 km circular track from a given point. The first person walks 48 kms per day.The second person walks 60 kms per day.The third person walks 72 kms per day. In how many days will they meet at the starting point?**

24 days

30 days

48 days

60 days

**An apple costs Rs.17, an orange costs Rs.21, and a pear costs Rs.14. What is the cost of mango?**

Rs. 17

Rs. 21

Rs. 14

Rs. 18

**1 man takes 88 days to complete a work , 2 women takes 88 days to complete the same work and 3 boys take 88 days to complete the same work. In how many days 1 man 1 woman and 1 boy together can complete the work?**

42

44

46

48

1 woman=1/2 man

1 boy=1/3 man

so 1 man + 1 woman + 1 boy=(1+ 1/2 + 1/3) = 11/6

So in 1 day they can do 11/6 * 1/88 th of the work = 1/48 th of the work.

Hence days to complete work = 48 days

Q.40: - **A takes 2 days to complete one-third of a job, B takes 2 days to complete one-sixth of the same work and C takes 4 days to complete half the job. If all of them work together for 2 days and C quits, how long will it take for A and B to complete the remaining work done?.**

1 day

2 days

4 days

5 days

Answer: -