Capgemini Placement Paper 1

CAPGEMINI PLACEMENT PAPER 1 QUESTIONS:
Capgemini’s placement paper 1 questions are basically level 1 questions. They are designed to check the basics of a candidate. Preparing well in advance helps in performing better in the exam. So, based on the last two years questions, we have selected questions for candidates to practice.
Once you have solved placement paper 1 questions, you can move on placement paper 2 questions.

The syllabus for Placement Paper 1 is as follows...

1. Numbers.

2. Decimal Fractions.

3. Simplifications.

4. Squares and square roots.

5. Averages.

6. Problems on Numbers.

7. Problems on Ages.

8. Surds and Indices.

9. Indices.

10. Profit and Loss.

If you can master the above mentioned topics, you should do well in your exam.

Once your are done with this, you can now move on to Placement Paper 2.

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Q1

136*12*8=?

Level 1 Numbers Number Arithmetic Problems
A

12066

B

13046

C

13064

D

13066

E

none of these

2

Two numbers are in the ratio of 3:4. Their L.C.M. is 84. Find the numbers.

Let the numbers be 3x and 4x. Then, their L.C.M. = 12x

So, 12x=84 or x=7

Therefore, The numbers are 21 and 28

Q3

Express as Vulgar fractions: \(0.\overline{37}\)

Level 1 Decimal Fractions Recurring Decimals Decimals Basic
A

\(\frac{38}{99}\)

B
\(\frac{37}{99}\)
C

\(\frac{37}{9}\)

D

\(\frac{35}{99}\)

Q4

[\(84^{2}\)÷28*12]÷24=7*?

Level 1 Simplification Find Unknown
A

15

B

17

C

19

D

21

E

none of these

Q5

The expression  [1+\(\frac{1}{3}\)][1+\(\frac{1}{4}\)][1+\(\frac{1}{5}\)]....[1+\(\frac{1}{n}\)] simplifies is

Level 1 Simplification Fraction Simplification
A

\(\frac{n+1}{3}\)

B

\(\frac{n}{n+1}\)

C

\(\frac{3}{n}\)

D

1+\(\frac{1}{3}\).\(\frac{1}{4}\)....\(\frac{1}{n}\)

Q6

Solve 4\(\sqrt{625}^{3}\)=?

Level 1 Squares and Square Roots Basic Questions
A

3\(\sqrt{1875}\)

B

25

C

125

D

none of these

Q7

In a cricket eleven, the average age of eleven players is 28 years. Out of these, the average ages of three groups of three players each are 25 years, 28 years and 30 years respectively. If in these groups the captain and the youngest player are not included and captain is eleven years older than the youngest player, what is the age of the captain?

Level 2 Average Addition and Removal of items
A

33 years

B

34 years

C

35 years

D

36 years

Q8

The ratio between a two-digit number and the sum of the digits of that number is 4:1. If the digit in the unit's place is 3 more than the digit in the ten's place, what is the number?

Level 2 Problems on Numbers Find the unknown number
A

36

B

63

C

32

D

23

Q9

The sum of 3 consecutive odd numbers and three consecutive even numbers together is 231. Also, the smallest odd number is 11 less than the smallest even number. What is the sum of the largest odd number and the largest even number?

Level 2 Problems on Ages Relationship Data Questions
A

74

B

82

C

83

D

cannot be determined

E

none of these

Q10

What will come in place of both the question marks in the following question?

\(\frac{?^{2/3}}{42}\)=\(\frac{5}{?^{1/3}}\)

Level 2 Surds and Indices Find the unknown
A

10

B

10\(\sqrt{2}\)

C

\(\sqrt{20}\)

D

20

E

210

Q11

Sameer spends 24% of his monthly income on food and 15% on the education of his children. Of the remaining salary, he spends 25% on entertainment and 20% on conveyance. He is now left with Rs. 10736. What is the monthly salary of Sameer?

Level 2 Percentage Expenditure
A

Rs. 27600

B

Rs. 28000

C

Rs. 31200

D

Rs. 32000

Q12

When an article was sold for Rs.696, percent profit earned was P%. When the same article was sold for Rs.841, percent profit earned was (p+25%). What is the value of P?

Level 3 Profit and Loss Percentage of Profit
A

10

B

25

C

15

D

20

Q13

There are six teachers. Out of them two are primary teachers and two are secondary teachers. They are to stand in a row, so as the primary teachers, middle teachers and secondary teachers are always in a set. The number of ways in which they can do so, is

Level 3 Permutation and Combinations Objects Position Fixed
A

52

B

48

C

34

D

None of these

Q14

Wall clock gains 2 minutes in 12 hours, while a table clock loses 2 minutes every 36 hours. Both are set right at 12 noon on Tuesday. The correct time when both show the same time next would be

Level 3 Clocks Type III
A

12.30 at night, after 130 days

B

12 noon, after 135 days

C

1.30 at nights, after 130 days

D

12 midnight after 134 days

Q15

If \(log_{2}[log_{3}(log_{2}x)]=1\), then x is equal to

Level 3 Logarithms Properties of Logarithms
A

0

B

12

C

128

D

512

Q16

If 'blue' means 'green', 'green' means 'white', 'white' means 'yellow', 'yellow' means 'black', 'black' means 'red' and 'red' means brown, then what is the colour of milk?

Level 1 Coding Decoding
A

Black

B

Brown

C

Blue

D

Yellow

E

Green

Passage

Q17

Which of the following statements is/are superfluous to answer the above question?

Level 1 Blood Relations
A

i

B

ii

C

iii

D

Only (iii) and (iv)

Passage

Q18

If L, N and Q are representatives, which of the following must also be a representative?

Level 1 Puzzle Test
A

M

B

S

C

P

D

R

Passage

Q19

metrilan

Alphabet Test
A

n

B

l

C

t

D

m

E

none of these

Q20

One night, three naughty boys stole a basketful of apple from the garden, hid the loot and went to sleep. Before retiring they did some quick counting and found that the fruits were less than a hundred in number. During the night one boy awoke, counted the apples and found that he could divide the apples into three equal parts if he first took one for himself. He then took one apple, ate it up and took 1/3 of the rest, hid them separately and went back to sleep. Shortly thereafter, another boy awoke, counted the apples and he again found that if he took one for himself the loot could be divided into three equal parts. He ate up one apple, bagged 1/3 of the remainder, hid them separately and went back to sleep. The third boy also awoke after sometime, did the same and went back to sleep. In the morning, when all woke up, and counted apples, they found that the remaining apples again totaled 1 more than could be divided into three equal parts. How many apples did the boy steal?

Arithmetical Reasoning
A

67

B

79

C

85

D

None of these

Passage

Q21

A is in the middle of

Level 2 Direction Sense Test
A

E and C

B

E and G

C

F and G

D

G and C

Passage

Q22

For how many days only one brother is available at a particular time in a week?

Number Ranking Time Sequence
A

One

B

Two

C

Three

D

Four

E

none of these

Q23

Arrange the following in a logical order:

1. Shoulder

2. Wrist

3. Elbow

4. Palm

5. Finger

Logical Sequence of Words
A

2,4,5,3,1

B

3,1,4,2,5

C

3,4,5,2,1

D

5,4,2,3,1

Q24

Which of the given options fits correctly in the blank space to exhibit the similar pattern in each of the three sets below?

84 81 88
14   12 18  9 ?   11

Inserting the missing character
A

8

B

12

C

16

D

18

E

24

Q25

What is the distance between village X and Y by the shortest route?

I. Village X is to the North of village Z at a distance of 35 kms.

II. Village Y is to the west of village Z at a distance of 20 kms.

Level 2 Data Sufficiency
A
if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not answer the question
B
if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not answer the question
C
if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question
D
if the data in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question
E
if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question

Passage

Q26

Statements : Some flowers are rods. Some rods are doors. Some doors are houses.

Conclusions : I. Some houses are flowers.

II. Some doors are flowers.

III. Some flowers are doors.

IV. No house is flowers.

Logic
A

either I or II follows

B

either I or IV follows

II and III follow

C

I and IV follow

D

None of these

Passage

Q27

Statements : Should people with educational qualification higher than the optimum requirements be debarred from seeking jobs?

Arguments:

I. No. It will further aggravate the problem of educated unemployment.

II. Yes. It creates complexes among employees and affects the work adversely.

III. No. This goes against the basic rights of the individuals.

IV. Yes. This will increase productivity.

Arguments
A

I and III

B

All are strong

C

II and IV

D

III

E

None of these

Passage

Q28

Statement : The Government of India has set up one-stop facilitation counters manned by trained staff for attending to various needs of the foreign tourists at all international airports.

Assumptions :

I. There is adequate trained available to man these counters in shifts.

II. The services provided by these counters will help boosting inflow of foreign tourists.

III. Majority of the foreign tourists need variety of services when they reach India.

Assumptions
A

I and II

B

III

C

II and III

D

All are implicit

E

None of these

Passage

Q29

Statement : It is estimated that about twenty lakh people will visit the city during the ensuring festival.

Statement : The air and rail services have been severely disputed disrupted due to thick fog in the northern part of the country.

Courses of action :

I. The civic authority should monitor the crowd and restrict entry of the people beyond a manageable number.

II. The local police authority should be put on high alert to maintain law and order during the festival.

III. All the hospitals in the city should be put on high alert in case of any eventuality.

Courses of Action
A

I and II

B

II and III

C

I and III

D

All follows

E

None of these

Passage

Q30

Statement : All beggars are poor.

Conclusions :

Conclusions
A

If A is a beggar, then A is not rich.

B

If A is not rich, then A is not beggar.

C

All those who are poor are beggars.

D

If A is rich, then A is not a begger.

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