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# CAT Exam 2015: Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation Practice Test

Aug 31, 2016 10:20 IST

CAT Examination Practice set on Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation with answers. This practice set contains 10 questions from the areas of Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency.

These practice set can help you understand the type of questions which are given in the CAT every year. By practicing these questions you can speed-up your calculations and can gain confidence to attempt the exam.

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Q.1: What is the greatest power of 5 which can divide 80! exactly?

1. 16

2. 19

3. 20

4. 21

Q.2: What is the minimum integral value of n so that the division 55n/124 leaves no remainder.

1. 123

2. 124

3. 62

4. 31

Q.3: P. Q and R arc three consecutive odd numbers in ascending order. If the value of three times P is three less than two times R, find the value of R.

1. 5

2. 7

3. 9

4. 11

Q.4: The sum of the areas of two circles which touch each other externally is 153π. If the sum of their radii is 15, find the ratio of the to the smaller radius.

1. 4

2. 2

3. 3

4. None of these

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Directions (Qs.5-6): These questions are based on the following information

IT School of Management is a management institute involved in teaching, training and research. Currently it has 37 faculty members. They are involved in three jobs: teaching, training and research. Each faculty member working with IT School of Management has to be involved in at least one of the three jobs mentioned above:

•A maximum number of faculty members are involved in training. Among them, a number of faculty members are having additional involvement in the research.

•The number of faculty members in research alone is double the number of faculty members involved in all the three jobs.

•17 faculty members are involved in teaching. The number of faculty members involved in teaching alone is less than the number of faculty members involved in research alone.

•The faculty members involved in the teaching are also involved in at least one more job.

Q.5: After sometime, the faculty members who were involved in all the three tasks were asked to withdraw from one task. As a result, one of the faculty members each opted out of teaching and research, while remaining ones involved in all the three tasks opted out of training. Which one of the following statements, then necessarily follows:

1. The least number of faculty members is now involved in teaching.

2. More faculty members are now associated with training as compared to research.

3. More faculty members are now involved in teaching as compared to research.

4. None of the above

Q.6:Based on the information given above, the minimum number offaculty members involved in both training and teaching, but not in research is:

1. 1

2. 3

3. 4

4. 5

Directions for questions 7 to 10: Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II given. Each of these statements contains some information that might be useful in solving the question. Decide if the information given is sufficient to answer the question or not. Mark you answer as:

(1) If one of the statements is alone sufficient to answer the question but the other is not sufficient to answer
the question alone.

(2) If either of the statement is sufficient alone to answer the question.

(3) If both the statements are required to answer the question together but none of the statements is
sufficient alone to answer the question.

(4) If the questions cannot be answered on basis of the statements given.

Q.7: In how many days can 6 men and 4 women can complete a piece of work?

I. 5 men and 6 women can complete the piece of work in 24 days.

II. 9 men and 6 women can complete the piece of work in 20 days.

Q.8: Is the number ‘N’ divisbile by 8?

I. ‘N’ is the largest three digit number divisible by 11.

II. N is the smallest 4 digit number divisible by 9.

Q.9: Is xy>1?

I. 0 < x < 1

II. 1 < y < 2

Q.10: Are the two triangles similar?

I. The two triangles are congurent.

II. The three angles of the first triangle have the same mesaure as the three angles of the second triangle.

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