QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE QUESTIONS:

Capgemini is one of those companies which is very good when it comes to assessing a candidate’s ability. They have a variety of questions to evaluate a candidate.

Capgemini aptitude test consists of 16 questions. Here, the time limit is 50 minutes for you to answer both the aptitude and the logical reasoning questions. So, managing time becomes critical when it comes to answering questions. We suggest you solve the easier questions first.

The profit and loss section comprise of 2 to 3 questions. You will have one or two questions from geometry.

Capgemini expects the candidate to be good in mathematics. You will have 3 to 4 questions related to Time, Speed and Distance. You will also have 1 or 2 questions from Algebra, 2 questions from Ratio and Proportions and finally 1 or 2 questions from progressions.

Capgemini expects the candidate to be able to interpret data well. That’s the reason why you will have 1 or 2 questions from data interpretation.

Here are some tips that would help you to solve the aptitude questions.

1. The most common questions come from seating arrangement, puzzles and data sufficiency.

2. You should be able to allocate time for every question so, plan accordingly.

3. If you want to score high, then you will need to solve this section with accuracy.

4. A better strategy is to solve the easier questions first.

Q2

The ratio of two numbers is 13:15 and their L.C.M. is 39780. The numbers are

Level 1
HCF and LCM
Fractions
Decimals and Ratios

A

884,1020

B

884,1040

C

670,1340

D

2652,3060

Q3

54.327*357.2*0.0057 is the same as

Level 1
Decimal Fractions
Other Type Questions

A

5.4327*3.572*5.7

B

5.4327*3.572*0.57

C

54327*3572*0.0000057

D

None of these

Q5

The smallest number added to 680621 to make the sum a perfect square is:

Level 1
Squares and Square Roots
Perfect Squares

A

4

B

5

C

6

D

8

Q6

Average score of a class of 60 students, in an exam was 43. Average score of the students who had passed is 52 and the average score of students who had failed is 16. How many failed the exam?

Level 2
Average
Weighted Averages

A

25

B

20

C

15

D

18

Q7

The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 20 more than the first of these numbers. What is the middle number?

Level 2
Problems on Numbers
Consecutive and reciprocal numbers

A

7

B

9

C

11

D

data inadequate

E

none of these

Q8

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

Q9

\(\sqrt{6-4\sqrt{3}+\sqrt{16-8\sqrt{3}}}\)

Level 2
Surds and Indices
Other Type Questions

A

1-\(\sqrt{3}\)

B

\(\sqrt{3}\)-1

C

2(2-\(\sqrt{3}\))

D

2(2+\(\sqrt{3}\))

Q10

The firm uses the following function to calculate the production output (PO): PO=5.3 \(L^{15}\), where C=capital invested (C) increases by 20 percent, the change in PO will be

Level 2
Percentage
Percentage Change

A

20% decrease

B

32% increase

C

44% increase

D

56% increase

Q11

A small and medium enterprise imports two components A and B from Taiwan and China respectively and assembles them with other components to form a toy. Component A contributes to 10% of production cost while component B contributes to 20% of production cost. Usually the company sells this toy at 20% above the production cost. Due to increase in the raw material and labour cost in both the countries, component B became 40% costlier. Owing to these reasons the company increased its selling price by 15%. Considering that cost of other components does not change, what will be the profit percentage if the toy is sold at the new price?

Level 3
Profit and Loss
Percentage of Profit

A

15.5%

B

25.5%

C

35.5%

D

40%

Q12

In how many different ways can the letters of the word CORPORATION be arranged in such a way that the vowels always come together?

Level 3
Permutation and Combinations
Permutation of Similar Objects

A

810

B

1440

C

2880

D

50400

E

5760

Q13

A bag contains 3 blue, 2 green and 5 red balls. If four balls are picked at random, what is the probability that two are green and two are blue?

Level 3
Probability
Problems on Balls and Marbles

A

\(\frac{1}{18}\)

B

\(\frac{1}{70}\)

C

\(\frac{3}{5}\)

D

\(\frac{1}{2}\)

Q14

The sum of money which when given on compound interest at 18% per annnum would fetch Rs.960 more when the interest is payable half yearly than when it was payable annually for 2 years is

Level 3
Compound Interest

A

Rs.60,000

B

Rs.30,000

C

Rs.40,000

D

Rs.50,000

Q15

What equal installment of annual payment will discharge a debt which is due as Rs.848 at the end of 4 years at 4% per annum simple interest?

Level 3
Simple Interest
Miscellaneous Questions

A

Rs.200

B

Rs.212

C

Rs.225

D

Rs.250

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