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# Quantitative Reasoning Comparison Test 1 Online Question Answers

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In a quantitative comparison question, you will asked to compare two quantities – Quantity A and Quantity B and then determine which between the two is greater. Note there are questions where the two quantities may be equal and is a possible answer.

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## Aptitude

1. Q:   n% of 300 is 120?

 Column A Column B 40% of n 15

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2. Both column quantities show?

 Column A Column B a% of 1/b b% of 1/a

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3. What is the relationship of given quantities ?

 Column A Column B The price of a table when it is on 30% sale. The price of a table when it is on sale at \$ 30 off.

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4. Each of these questions consists of two quantities, one in Column I and the other in Column II. Compare the two quantities and mark your answer as?

 Column A Column B The average of √81 60%, 1 1/2 3

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5. The price of two commodities A and B were same in January.The price of commodity. A was raised by 2% twice, one in June and another in November. The price of the commodity B was raised by 40% in November?

 Column A Column B The price of commodity A in November The price of commodity B in November

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6. The ratio of the boys to girls in the class A is 7:5. The ratio of the boys to girls in the class B is 11:8.

 Column A Column B The number of boys in class A The number of boys in class B

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7. What is difference in both quantities ?

 Column A Column B 2/3% of 3/4 3/4% of 2/3

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8. Each of these questions consists of two quantities, one in Column I and the other in Column II. Compare the two quantities and mark your answer as:

 Column A Column B (x/4) % of 400 x

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9. Each of these questions consists of two quantities, one in Column I and the other in Column II. Compare the two quantities and mark your answer as?

 Column A Column B 3 1/2 % 3(35/1000)

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10. In December, a \$100 sweater was discounted 20%. In April, the sweater was placed on clear-ance rack and the discounted price was cut in half?

 Column A Column B Total price of the sweater in April, including a 6% sales tax. \$46.

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11. Which quantity is greater?

 Column A Column B The average of the even numbers between 2 and 10 The average of odd numbers between 2 and 12

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12. Jim invited the same number of boy and girls to his party. Everyone who was invited came, but 15 additional boys showed up. This caused the girls to boys ratio at the party to be 4:7.

 Column A Column B The number of people Jim invited to his party 40

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13. Each of these questions consists of two quantities, one in Column I and the other in Column II. Compare the two quantities and mark your answer as:

 Column A Column B The number of posts needed for a fence 144 m long when posts are placed 12 m apart 12 posts

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14. Which quantity is greater?

 Column A Column B The time required to travel d travel miles at 5 miles per hour The time required to 2d miles at 25 miles per hour.

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15. Which one quantity is greater?

 Column A Column B Tom takes 2 hrs at a speed of 40 miles per hours to drive to drive from his home to the home class On the other hand it takes 15 hours at an average speed 45 miles per hour for tom to the park

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