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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully toanswer the given questions
Bolt Inc., a company which manufactures and sells bolts, started its operations at the beginning of 2008. The bolts which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2008, there were no bolts in the inventory at the beginning of 2008. Further, the number of bolts manufactured and the number of bolts sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of bolts manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of bolts in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200815:
In which year were the maximum number of bolts sold by Bolt Inc.?
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Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully toanswer the given questions
Bolt Inc., a company which manufactures and sells bolts, started its operations at the beginning of 2008. The bolts which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2008, there were no bolts in the inventory at the beginning of 2008. Further, the number of bolts manufactured and the number of bolts sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of bolts manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of bolts in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200815:
What is the maximum difference between the number of bolts manufactured during any year and the number of bolts sold during that year (approximately)?
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Explanation: In 2008 the difference was 11000
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Explanation: In 2008 the difference was 11000

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully toanswer the given questions
Bolt Inc., a company which manufactures and sells bolts, started its operations at the beginning of 2008. The bolts which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2008, there were no bolts in the inventory at the beginning of 2008. Further, the number of bolts manufactured and the number of bolts sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of bolts manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of bolts in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200815:
What is the approximate total number of bolts sold by Bolt Inc. from 2008 to 2015?
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Explanation:
13+18+19+9+16+16+21+16=128Incorrect
Explanation:
13+18+19+9+16+16+21+16=128 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully toanswer the given questions
Bolt Inc., a company which manufactures and sells bolts, started its operations at the beginning of 2008. The bolts which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2008, there were no bolts in the inventory at the beginning of 2008. Further, the number of bolts manufactured and the number of bolts sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of bolts manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of bolts in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200815:
In how many years were the number of bolts sold greater than the number of bolts manufactured?
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Explanation:
In year 2009 and 2012 onlyIncorrect
Explanation:
In year 2009 and 2012 only 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(15) Study the following information carefully toanswer the given questions
Bolt Inc., a company which manufactures and sells bolts, started its operations at the beginning of 2008. The bolts which are manufactured during any year but remain unsold during the year are transferred to the inventory at the end of the year and remain in the inventory until they are sold. As the company started its operations in 2008, there were no bolts in the inventory at the beginning of 2008. Further, the number of bolts manufactured and the number of bolts sold during any year are both multiples of 1000. The following line graph provides the number of bolts manufactured (in ‘000) during each year and the number of bolts in the inventory (in ‘000) at the end of each year, from 200815:
What is the difference between units manufactured and sold in year 2010?
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Explanation:
2600019000=7000Incorrect
Explanation:
2600019000=7000 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(610)Solve the given two equations then
Mark A if Quantity1>Quantity 2
Mark B if Quantity 1<Quantity 2
Mark C if Quantity 1≥Quantity 2
Mark D if Quantity 1≤Quantity 2
Mark E if Quantity 1 is not related to Quantity 2Quantity 1 x^{2}– 59x +598=0
Quantity 2 x^{2 }– 95x +2256=0Correct
Explanation:
(x13)(x46)
(x47)(x48)Incorrect
Explanation:
(x13)(x46)
(x47)(x48) 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(610)Solve the given two equations then
Mark A if Quantity1>Quantity 2
Mark B if Quantity 1<Quantity 2
Mark C if Quantity 1≥Quantity 2
Mark D if Quantity 1≤Quantity 2
Mark E if Quantity 1 is not related to Quantity 2Quantity 1 x^{2 }– 122x +3717=0
Quantity 2 x^{2 }–85x +1776=0Correct
Explanation:
(x63)(x59)
(x48)(x37)Incorrect
Explanation:
(x63)(x59)
(x48)(x37) 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(610)Solve the given two equations then
Mark A if Quantity1>Quantity 2
Mark B if Quantity 1<Quantity 2
Mark C if Quantity 1≥Quantity 2
Mark D if Quantity 1≤Quantity 2
Mark E if Quantity 1 is not related to Quantity 2Quantity 1 x^{2 }+ 47x 1008=0
Quantity 2 x^{2 }– 55x +624=0Correct
Explanation:
(x+63)(x16)
(x16)(x39)Incorrect
Explanation:
(x+63)(x16)
(x16)(x39) 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(610)Solve the given two equations then
Mark A if Quantity1>Quantity 2
Mark B if Quantity 1<Quantity 2
Mark C if Quantity 1≥Quantity 2
Mark D if Quantity 1≤Quantity 2
Mark E if Quantity 1 is not related to Quantity 2Quantity 1 x^{2 }–158x +6241=0
Quantity 2 x^{2 }– 158x +6232=0Correct
Explanation:
(x79)(x79)
(x76)(x82)Incorrect
Explanation:
(x79)(x79)
(x76)(x82) 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection: Q(610)Solve the given two equations then
Mark A if Quantity1>Quantity 2
Mark B if Quantity 1<Quantity 2
Mark C if Quantity 1≥Quantity 2
Mark D if Quantity 1≤Quantity 2
Mark E if Quantity 1 is not related to Quantity 2Quantity 1 x^{2 }–7x 228=0
Quantity 2 x^{2 }+41x +348=0Correct
Explanation:
(x19)(x+12)
(x+12)(x+29)Incorrect
Explanation:
(x19)(x+12)
(x+12)(x+29)
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