Numerical Ability [GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) Aptitude]: Questions 15 - 17 of 103

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Question 15

Numerical Ability

Appeared in Year: 2021

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The Distribution of Employees at the Rank of Executives

The distribution of employees at the rank of executives, across different companies , is presented in the chart given above. The ratio of executives with a management degree to those without a management degree in each of these companies is provided in the table above. The total number of executives across all companies is .

The total number of management degree holders among the executives in companies and together is ________.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

225

b.

600

c.

2500

d.

1900

Question 16

Numerical Ability

Appeared in Year: 2021

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A Jigsaw Puzzle Has Two Pieces

A jigsaw puzzle has 2 pieces. One of the pieces is shown above. Which one of the given options for the missing piece when assembled will form a rectangle? The piece can be moved, rotated, or flipped to assemble with the above piece.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Puzzle Pieces

b.

Flipped to Assemble with the Above Piece

c.

One of the Given Options for the Missing Piece

d.

The Missing Piece when Assembled

Question 17

Numerical Ability

Appeared in Year: 2015

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MCQ▾

The Probabilities that a student passes in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry are m, p, and c respectively. Of these subjects, the student has 75 % chance of passing in at least one, a 50 % chance of passing in at least two and 40 % chance of passing in exactly two. Following relations are drawn in m, p, and c:

I.

II.

III.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Only relation 2 is true

b.

Relations 2 and 3 are true

c.

Only relation 1 is true

d.

Relations 1 and 3 are true

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