TCS Aptitude Practice 4
TCS Aptitude Test 4
This is the Fourth Test in the series "Practice TCS Aptitude Test".
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Question 1 
The owner of a hobby store needed to calculate the percentage of customers who purchase wood glue. Upon completing his survey, he noticed that 60% of the people that entered his store purchased an item. Of those customers, 15 percent purchased wood glue. What percent of the people that entered the store purchased wood glue?
A  8%

B  7% 
C  9% 
D  12% 
E  15% 
Question 2 
AB + CD = AAA, where AB and CD are twodigit numbers and AAA is a three digit number; A, B, C, and D are distinct positive integers. In the addition problem above, what is the value of C?
A  1 
B  3 
C  7 
D  9 
E  Cannot be determined 
Question 3 
If A is 30% of X. X is 20% of Y. B is 50% of Y. then A/B =
A  4/3 
B  3/25 
C  6/5 
D  3/250 
Question 4 
641+852+973=2456 is not correct. What is the largest digit that can changed to make the correct addition?
A  4 
B  5 
C  6 
D  7 
Question 5 
A computer store regularly sells all stock at a discount of 20 percent to 40 percent. If an additional 25 percent were deducted from the discount price during a special sale, what would be the lowest possible price of a part costing $16 before any discount?
A  $6.80

B  $7.20 
C  $9.60 
D  $11,.30 
E  $14.80 
Question 6 
Scott starts jogging from point X to point Y. A halfhour later his friend Garrett who jogs 1 mile per hour slower than twice Scottâ€™s rate starts from the same point and follows the same path. If Garrett overtakes Scott in 2 hours, how many miles will Garrett have covered?
A  11/5 
B  10/3 
C  4 
D  6 
E  20/3 
Question 7 
The average of four consecutive numbers A, B, C and D respectively is 49.5.
What is the product of B & D?
A  2499 
B  2352 
C  2450 
D  2550 
E  None of these 
Question 8 
Some birds are sitting in an oak tree. Ten more birds land. More birds arrive until there are a total of four times as many birds as the oak tree had after the ten landed. A nearby maple tree has sixteen fewer than twelve times as many birds as the oak tree had after the ten landed. If both trees now have the same number
of birds, how many birds were originally in the oak tree before the first 10 landed?
A  7 
B  8 
C  16 
D  24 
Question 9 
If 50% of the 2:3 solution of milk and water is replaced with water.What concentration of the solution is reduced?
A  25% 
B  30% 
C  20% 
D  45% 
Question 10 
From 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM it rained 2.25 inches. At 11:00 AM the rain increased to fall at a rate of 1.25 in. every two hours. How many inches of rain landed on the ground by 5:00 PM?
A  7

B  9.75 
C  6 
D  3.25 
E  7.125 
Question 11 
If "basis points" are defined so that 1 percent is equal to 100 basis points, then 75.5 percent is how many basis points greater than 65.5 percent?
A  .01

B  .10 
C  10 
D  100 
E  1000 
Question 12 
P(x)= x^2012+x^2011+x^2010+...+x+1)^2  x^2012 Q(x)=x^2011+x^2010+..+x+1 The remainder when P(x) is divided by Q(x) is ?
A  0 
B  4 
C  1 
D  7 
Question 13 
Find the missing number in matrix.
18 27 75
41 60 19
45 45 ?
A  67 
B  30 
C  70 
D  32 
Question 14 
A and B are standing in a queue. A is 18th from the front and B is 11th from the back. If there are 5 persons standing between A and B, then how many persons are standing in the queue?
A  34 
B  22 
C  28 
D  Cannot be determined 
Question 15 
In a certain department store, which has four sizes of a specific shirt, there are 1/3 as many small shirts as medium shirts, and 1/2 as many large shirts as small shirts. If there are as many xlarge shirts as large shirts, what percent of the shirts in the store are medium?
A  10%

B  25% 
C  33% 
D  50% 
E  60% 
Question 16 
A carriaage driving through a fog passed by a man who was walking at the rate of 6 kmph in the same direction. he could see the carriage for 5 minutes and it was visible to him upto a distance of 100 m. what was the speed of the carriage in m/sec?
A  3 
B  4 
C  1 
D  2 
Question 17 
If 31x+29y+30z=366 then what is the value of x+y+z?
A  11 
B  12 
C  13 
D  14 
Question 18 
The maximum possible value of (6^x36^x) over all real values of x is
A  infinity 
B  0 
C  1 
D  1/4 
E  1/2 
Question 19 
Choose the pair that best represents a similar relationship to the one expressed in the original pair of words.
FERAL : TAME
A  rancid : rational

B  repetitive : recurrent 
C  nettlesome : annoying 
D  ephemeral : immortal 
Question 20 
The price of a candy bar is $1.00. The price of a ten pack of the same candy bar is $7.40. The ten pack of candy bars is what percentage cheaper then purchasing ten candy bars individually?
A  18%

B  26% 
C  32% 
D  48% 
E  The prices are same 
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