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- What do you want to do in life?
- Why did you choose this career?
- What do you consider to be your greatest strengths and weaknesses?
- Describe the best job you’ve ever had.
- What makes you qualified for this position?
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**Darwinbox Aptitude Interview Questions With Solutions**

**Q)**** Jatin was able to get a discount of twenty percent off the price that was listed on the refrigerator he purchased. If he had purchased it when it was on sale for 25% off, he could have saved an additional Rs. 500. When did he buy the refrigerator, and how much did he pay for it?**

- Rs.5,000
- Rs.10,000
- Rs.12,500
- Rs.15,000

**Ans: A**

**Q)**** If a bag contains 23 toys with the numbers 1 to 23, and two toys are drawn at random, one after another (without replacing the first toy), what is the probability that both toys will have even numbers? Replace the first toy with a new toy before drawing the second toy.**

- 5/21
- 9/42
- 11/42
- 5/23

** Ans: D**

**Q)**** In 75% of all situations, X is telling the truth, whereas, in 80% of all situations, Y is telling the truth. In what proportion of instances do accounts differing in detail but describing the same occurrence contradict one another?**

- 45%
- B.5%
- 35%
- 22.5%

**Ans: C**

**Q) ****When 75% of a number is added to 75, the result is the same number. The number is**

- 150
- 300
- 100
- 450

**ANSWER: Option B**

**Solution:
**Let the number be equal to x.

3x/4 +75 = x

Hence x=300

**Q) ****If P : Q = 3 : 4 and Q : R = 5 : 6, then P : Q : R is**

- 3 : 4 : 6
- 3 : 5 : 6
- 15 : 20 : 24
- 5 : 6 : 3

**ANSWER: Option C**

** Solution**:

P:Q=3:4, Q:R=5:6, P:Q:R=3×5:5×4:6×4

⇒ 15:20:24

**Q) ****If 5 spiders can catch five flies in five minutes, how many flies can hundred spiders catch in 100 minutes?**

- 100
- 1000
- 500
- 2000

**ANSWER: Option D**

**Solution: **5 × 5 × x = 100 × 100 × 5 ⇒ x = 2000

**Q) ****A car travels 25km an hour faster than a bus for a journey of 500km. If the bus takes 10 hours more than the car, then the speeds of the bus and the car are**

- 25km/hr and 40km/hr respectively
- 25km/hr and 60 km/hr respectively
- 25km/hr and 50km/hr respectively
- None of these

**ANSWER:** Option C

__Solution__

Let the speeds of the bus and car be x and y. Here, y = x +25

As per the question, (500/x)-(500/x+25)=10

⇒ 500(x + 25) − 500(x) =10x(x+25) ⇒ x = 25, y = 50.

For such questions, you can also use direct substitution from the given choices

**A and B together can complete; a piece of work in 12 days, B and C can do it in 20 days and C and A can do it in 15 days. A, B and C together can complete it in**

- 8 days
- 10 days
- 12 days
- 6 days

**Answer: Option B**

**Explanation: **(A+B)’s 1 day’s work = 1/12

(B+C)’s 1 day’s work = 1/20

(C+A)’s 1 day’s work = 1/15

On adding all there, 2(A+B+C)’s day’s work = (1/12)+(1/20)+(1/15)=1/5

⇒(A+B+C)’s 1 day’s work = 1/10

Hence, the work will be finished in 10 days.

**A and B together can complete a work in 3 days. They start together. But, after 2 days, B left the work. If the work is completed after 2 more days. B alone could do the work in**

- 6 days
- 8 days
- 10 days
- 4 days

**Answer: Option A**

**Explanation: **(A+B)’s 2 day’s work = 2/3

Remaining work = 1- (2/3)= 1/3

Time taken by A in 1/3 doing work = 2 days

Time taken by A in completing the work = 6 days

B’s 1 day’s work = (1/3)-(1/6)= 1/6

B alone will complete the work in 6 days

**A does 20% less work than B. If A can complete a piece of work in 15/2 hours, then B can do it in**

- 6 hours
- 8 hours
- 10 hours
- 4 hours

**Answer: Option A**

**Explanation: **Efficiency of A and B = 4 : 5

Ratio of respective time = 5 : 4

⇒Time taken by B = (4/5)*(15/2)= 6 hours

**A rational number between 3/4 and 3/8 is**

- 16/9
- 9/16
- 12/7
- 7/3

**Answer: Option B**

**Explanation: **3/4 = (3 * 4)/(4 * 4) = 12/16 3/8 = 6/16 ⇒ 6/16,7/16,8/16,9/16,10/16,11/16,12/16 ⇒ Required rational number = 9/16.

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