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Mon Sep 21, 2020
In the ongoing CAT papers, we have seen inquiries in Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation segment dependent on the ideas from Quantitative Ability. These inquiries can likewise be comprehended with basic rationale yet whenever illuminated with the Quantitative Ability ideas at that point settling turns out to be more helpful. Themes, for example, Mixture-Allegation, Percentages, Linear equations, numbers and so on are utilized to outline questions. In this post, we will take a gander at a portion of the Quantitative Ability based applications in this segment of CAT. We won't talk about the Quantitative Ability ideas in this post, rather we will execute them in the issues.
Consider the following question:
The table gives the breakup of the percentages of fat, carbohydrates, gluten, and protein in three four kinds of rice – A, B, C, and D. The cost of each kind of rice per kg is mentioned in the table. Two or more of the rice varieties can be mixed to produce the desired ratios of fats, carbohydrates, gluten, and protein.
RICE VARIETY | % FAT | % CARBOHYDRATE | % GLUTEN | % PROTEIN | COST/KG |
A | 35 | 15 | 25 | 10 | 150 |
B | 20 | 20 | 25 | 15 | 125 |
C | 75 | 30 | 30 | 35 | 100 |
D | 60 | 25 | 20 | 20 | 200 |
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Let us discuss this type with an example:
Person | Total amount spent (without discount) | Discount |
Amar | 2,50,000 | 5000 |
Boman | 45,000 | 2200 |
Chirag | 46,000 | 3250 |
Danish | 1,05,000 | 2500 |
QUESTION 3: If Chirag and Danish bought the same number of garments, then what can be the possible value of the number of garments?
a.)32
b.)6
c.)20
d.)None of these
APPROACH: We need to make a+b+c for both Chirag and Danish equal. The best approach is to find out the minimum and a maximum number of garments each of Chirag and Danish could have bought. Applying the logic used in above questions, the number of garments for Chirag will range from 7 to 31 and the number of garments for Danish will range from 5 to 21. We have used the concept used in above two questions to get the range of values. From the two range of values, the common range is 7 to 21. So, any value from 7 to 21 is possible. Hence, option (c) is correct.
This set involves the knowledge of the formation of the basic linear equation and maximizing and minimizing the sum of three variables under given conditions.
A scientist invented the lie-detector machine. The machine can detect 70% lie of every person but there is a bug in the machine, which shows 30% of the truth as a lie. In order to test the machine, different people are tested against it. The number of lies detected by the machine for each person tested is given below. Also the ratio of lie: truth statements for each person is mentioned.
PERSON | LIE DETECTED | LIE: TRUTH |
Pawan | 141 | 5:4 |
Sahil | 138 | 1:2 |
Tarun | 120 | A:6 |
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