## CAT Quantitative Aptitude 2020 | Question Bank, Free Mock Test

CAT Quantitative Aptitude The following questions are taken from past CAT questions papers. The answers are marked in green colour. 1. The wheels of bicycles A and B have radii 30 cm and 40 cm, respectively. While travelling a certain distance, each wheel of A required 5000 more revolutions than each wheel of B. If bicycle B travelled this distance in 45 minutes, then its speed, in km per hour, was 1. 14π 2. 18π 3. 12π 4. 16π  2. In a class, 60% of the students are girls and…

## Profit and Loss – Quantitative Aptitude

PROFIT AND LOSS In this article, we will learn the different types of questions asked on Profit and Loss topic in MBA CET/CMAT/MAT/ATMA etc. exams. First of all, let’s clear the basic concepts. C.P – Cost Price S.P – Selling Price   Profit is money earned when a certain commodity is sold at price higher than Cost Price. Profit(P) = S.P – C.P   A Loss is money lost when a certain commodity is sold at price lower than Cost Price. Loss(L) = C.P – S.P   Profit Percentage, as…

## Quantitative Comparison – Quantitative Aptitude

QUANTITATIVE COMPARISON Finally a topic which requires 360 degree knowledge of Quant section. Remember, there is difference between Data Sufficiency and Quantitative Comparison. Data Sufficiency Data Sufficiency questions consists of a question followed by two different statements, numbered (1) and (2). Example: Is the integer x odd? (1) x is the product of two different prime numbers. (2) x is divisible by 7.   Data Sufficiency is all about testing the conditions whether they are sufficient to provide a consistent solution to the problem or not.   (A) if (1)…

## Caselet – Data Interpretation

CASELET DI Caselet from Data Interpretation section can be difficult because it requires the formulation of data from given statements. A word problem is given that has to be visualized then formulated in the form of table or set theory followed by the use of speed techniques to solve. One must be well versed with concepts of Percentages, Ratio Proportion, Fraction simplification, Approximations, Averages in order to solve DI sets.   The squares of numbers till 30, cubes till 20 should be known along with percentage values of (1/2), (1/3),…..(1/12).…

## Averages Mixtures Alligations

AVERAGES MIXTURES ALLIGATIONS Hello Uotians, Averages Mixtures Alligations is a very interesting topic from Quant section of MBA Entrance Exams as well as Bank Exams. AVERAGES CONCEPT Average or Mean is nothing but the sum of all the entities given divided with the number of entities Example: The average of numbers 5, 9 and 16  is (5+9+16)/3 = 30/3 = 10 MIXTURES AND ALLIGATIONS CONCEPT When we mix 2 or more entities, a mixture is obtained. Alligation is linking when different mixtures are added and other parameters like cost, profit…