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### 24/7 Customer Aptitude Test Sample Papers

Aptitude is the initial benchmark for every placement paper. 24/7 Customer too has a set of aptitude based questions and they do blend them in various sections of 24/7 Customer written test.  Below we have discussed the sample questions from 24/7 Customer Aptitude Test Placement Papers.

1. An order was placed for the supply of a carper whose length and breadth were in the ratio of 3 : 2. Subsequently, the dimensions of the carpet were altered such that its length and breadth were in the ratio 7 : 3 but were was no change in its parameter. Find the ratio of the areas of the carpets in both the cases.

A. 4 : 3
B. 8 : 7
C. 4 : 1
D. 6 : 5
E. None of these

Solution:

Let the length and breadth of the carpet in the first case be 3x units and 2x units respectively.
Let the dimensions of the carpet in the second case be 7y, 3y units respectively.
From the data,.
2(3x + 2x) = 2(7y + 3y)
=> 5x = 10y
=> x = 2y
Required ratio of the areas of the carpet in both the cases
= 3x * 2x : 7y : 3y
= 6x2 : 21y2
= 6 * (2y)2 : 21y2
= 6 * 4y2 : 21y2
= 8 : 7

2. The sector of a circle has radius of 21 cm and central angle 135o. Find its perimeter?

A. 91.5 cm
B. 93.5 cm
C. 94.5 cm
D. 92.5 cm
E. None of these

Solution:

Perimeter of the sector = length of the arc + 2(radius)
= (135/360 * 2 * 22/7 * 21) + 2(21)
= 49.5 + 42 = 91.5 cm

3. The length of a rectangle is two - fifths of the radius of a circle. The radius of the circle is equal to the side of the square, whose area is 1225 sq.units. What is the area (in sq.units) of the rectangle if the rectangle if the breadth is 10 units?

A. 140
B. 156
C. 175
D. 214
E. None of these

Solution:

Given that the area of the square = 1225 sq.units
=> Side of square = v1225 = 35 units
The radius of the circle = side of the square = 35 units Length of the rectangle = 2/5 * 35 = 14 units
Given that breadth = 10 units
Area of the rectangle = lb = 14 * 10 = 140 sq.units

4. Find the area of a rhombus whose side is 25 cm and one of the diagonals is 30 cm?

A. 225 sq.m
B. 360 sq.m
C. 720 sq.m
D. 480 sq.m
E. None of these

5. The ratio of the volumes of two cubes is 729 : 1331. What is the ratio of their total surface areas?

A. 81 : 121
B. 9 : 11
C. 729 : 1331
D. 27 : 121
E. None of these

Solution:

Ratio of the sides = ³v729 : ³v1331 = 9 : 11
Ratio of surface areas = 92 : 112 = 81 : 121

6. A metallic sphere of radius 12 cm is melted and drawn into a wire, whose radius of cross section is 16 cm. What is the length of the wire?

A. 45 cm
B. 18 cm
C. 90 cm
D. 180 cm
E. None of these

Solution:

Volume of the wire (in Cylindrical shape) is equal to the volume of the sphere.
p(16)2 * h = (4/3)p (12)3 => h = 9 cm

7. The volumes of two cones are in the ratio 1 : 10 and the radii of the cones are in the ratio of 1 : 2. What is the length of the wire?

A. 2 : 5
B. 1 : 5
C. 3 : 5
D. 4 : 5
E. None of these

Solution:

The volume of the cone = (1/3)pr2h
Only radius (r) and height (h) are varying.
Hence, (1/3)p may be ignored.
V1/V2 = r12h1/r22h2  => 1/10  =  (1)2h1/(2)2h2
=> h1/h2 = 2/5
i.e. h1 : h2 = 2 : 5

8. The radius of a wheel is 22.4 cm. What is the distance covered by the wheel in making 500 resolutions.

A. 252 m
B. 704 m
C. 352 m
D. 808 m
E. None of these

Solution:

In one resolution, the distance covered by the wheel is its own circumference. Distance covered in 500 resolutions.
= 500 * 2 * 22/7 * 22.4 = 70400 cm = 704 m

9. The dimensions of a room are 25 feet * 15 feet * 12 feet. What is the cost of white washing the four walls of the room at Rs. 5 per square feet if there is one door of dimensions 6 feet * 3 feet and three windows of dimensions 4 feet * 3 feet each?

A. Rs. 4800
B. Rs. 3600
C. Rs. 3560
D. Rs. 4530
E. None of these

Solution:

Area of the four walls = 2h(l + b)
Since there are doors and windows, area of the walls = 2 * 12 (15 + 25) - (6 * 3) - 3(4 * 3) = 906 sq.ft.
Total cost = 906 * 5 = Rs. 4530

10.  A cube of side one meter length is cut into small cubes of side 10 cm each. How many such small cubes can be obtained?

A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
D. 10000
E. None of these

Solution:

Along one edge, the number of small cubes that can be cut
= 100/10 = 10
Along each edge 10 cubes can be cut. (Along length, breadth and height). Total number of small cubes that can be cut = 10 * 10 * 10 = 1000

11. There are two circles of different radii. The are of a square is 784 sq cm and its side is twice the radius of the larger circle. The radius of the larger circle is seven-third that of the smaller circle. Find the circumference of the smaller circle.

A. 6? cm
B. 8? cm
C. 12? cm
D. 16? cm
E. None of these.

Solution:

Let the radii of the larger and the smaller circles be l cm and s cm respectively. Let the side of the square be a cm.
a2 = 784 = (4)(196) = (22).(142)
a = (2)(14) = 28
a = 2l, l = a/2 = 14
l = (7/3)s
Therefore s = (3/7)(l) = 6 Circumference of the smaller circle = 2?s = 12? cm.

12. The parameter of a square is equal to the perimeter of a rectangle of length 16 cm and breadth 14 cm. Find the circumference of a semicircle whose diameter is equal to the side of the square. (Round off your answer to two decimal places)

A. 77.14 cm
B. 47.14 cm
C. 84.92 cm
D. 94.94 cm
E. 23.57 cm

Solution:

Let the side of the square be a cm.
Parameter of the rectangle = 2(16 + 14) = 60 cm Parameter of the square = 60 cm i.e. 4a = 60
A = 15
Diameter of the semicircle = 15 cm
Circimference of the semicircle
= 1/2(?)(15)
= 1/2(22/7)(15) = 330/14 = 23.57 cm to two decimal places

13. A 25 cm wide path is to be made around a circular garden having a diameter of 4 meters. Approximate area of the path is square meters is

A. 3.34
B. 2
C. 4.5
D. 5.5
E. 5

Solution:

Area of the path = Area of the outer circle - Area of the inner circle = ?{4/2 + 25/100}2 - ?[4/2]2
= ?[2.252 - 22] = ?(0.25)(4.25)  { (a2 - b2 = (a - b)(a + b) }
= (3.14)(1/4)(17/4) = 53.38/16 = 3.34 sq m

14. The circumferences of two circles are 264 meters and 352 meters. Find the difference between the areas of the larger and the smaller circles.

A. 4192 sq m
B. 4304 sq m
C. 4312 sq m
D. 4360 sq m
E. None of these

Solution:

Let the radii of the smaller and the larger circles be s m and l m respectively.
2?s = 264 and 2?l = 352
s = 264/2? and l = 352/2?
Difference between the areas = ?l2 - ?s2
= ?{1762/?2 - 1322/?2}
= 1762/? - 1322/?
= (176 - 132)(176 + 132)/?
= (44)(308)/(22/7) = (2)(308)(7) = 4312 sq m

15. The parameter of a square is double the perimeter of a rectangle. The area of the rectangle is 480 sq cm. Find the area of the square.

A. 200 sq cm
B. 72 sq cm
C. 162 sq cm
D. Cannot be determined
E. None of these

Solution:

Let the side of the square be a cm. Let the length and the breadth of the rectangle be l cm and b cm respectively.
4a = 2(l + b)
2a = l + b
l . b = 480
We cannot find ( l + b) only with the help of l . b. Therefore a cannot be found .
Area of the square cannot be found.

### 24/7 Customer Reasoning Test Placement Papers

In this section, we have discussed some model questions on reasoning. Solve the set of challenging, logically brain teasing questions that are based purely of your brain analytics and thinking abilities asked in 24/7 Customer Reasoning Test Placement Papers.

1. Statements:
I. No U is L
II. No L is k
III.Some N are Z
IV. Some Z are magic
Conclusions:
I. No U is Z
II. All Z being L is a possibility.

A. Statement 1 is true
B. Statement 2 is true
C. Statement 3 is true
D. None of these

2. Statements:
All mobiles are tablets
All tablets are smartphones
All smartphones are laptops
All laptops are computers
Conclusions:
I. All computers being mobiles is a possibility
II. All tablets being computers is a possibility

A. Statement 1 is true
B. Statement 2 is true
C. Conclusion 1 is true.
D. Conclusion 2 is true

3. Statements:
All mobiles are tablets
All tablets are smart phones
All smart phones are laptops
All Laptops is computers
Conclusions:
I. Some tablets are laptops
II. Some laptops are not tablets

A. Statement 1 is true
B. Statement 2 is true
C. Statement 3 is true
D. Statement 4 is true

4. Statements:
Some apples are Orange
Some orange is Pineapples
Some pineapples are not coconuts
Some coconuts are black forests
Conclusions:
I. Some oranges being black forests is a possibility
II. Some pineapples being coconuts is a possibility

A. Only I
B. Only II
C. I and II
D. None of these

5. Statements:
Some apples are Orange
Some orange are Pineapples
Some coconuts are black forests
Some Pine apples are not coconuts
Conclusions:
I. Some apples are pine apples
II. Some pineapples are coconuts

A. Only I
B. Only II
C. I and II
D. Some coconuts are black forests

6. Statements
I. No magic is a trick
II. All charms are tricks
III. All Hoaxes are charms
Conclusions
I. All Hoaxes are tricks
II. All tricks are charms

A. Either Conclusion I or II is true
B. Both conclusions I and II are true
C. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true
D. Only Conclusion II is true
E. The only Conclusion I is true

7. Statements
I. All watches are clocks
II. Some clocks are towers
III. All towers are poles
Conclusions
I. At least Some poles are Clocks
II. All towers being watches is a possibility

A. Either Conclusion I or II is true
B. Both conclusions I and II are true
C. Neither conclusion I nor II is true
D. Only conclusion II is true

8. Statements
I. All bags are worms
II. Some worms are moths
III. No moth is a fly
Conclusions
I. All worms are bugs
II. No bug is a fly

A. Either Conclusion I or II is true
B. Both conclusions I and II are true
C. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true
D. Only conclusion II is true

9.  Statements
I. No magic is a trick
II.  All charms are tricks
III. All Hoaxes are charms
Conclusions
I. No magic is a hoax
II. No charm is a magic

A. Either Conclusion I or II is true
B. Both Conclusions I and II are True
C. Neither Conclusion I Nor II is true
D. Only Conclusion II is true

10. Statements
I. Some stars are planets
II. No planet is a moon
Conclusions
I. No star is a moon
II. Some stars are moons

A. Either Conclusion I or II is true
B. Both Conclusions I and II are true
C. Neither conclusion I nor II is true
D. Only conclusion II is true

11. Statements
I. All bags are worms
II. Some worms are moths
III. No moth is fly
Conclusions
I. No fly is a worm.
II. All moths being bugs is a possibility

A. Either Conclusion I or II true
B. Both conclusions I and II are true
C. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true
D. Only Conclusion II is true

12.  Given the statement:” Buses are the cause of more accidents than cars and tracks cause fewer accidents than buses”, Which of the following conclusions can we draw?

A. There are more buses on the road than trucks
B. Car drivers are more careful than bus drivers
C. Truck Drivers are more skilled than either car or bus drivers
D. None of the above

13. The number of deaths among the army personnel is 8 in 1000, but among the civilian population, it is 20 per 1000. Which one of the following inferences can be drawn from this statement?
A. It is better to join the army B. The relationship is fortuitous C. Quality of Life index is very high within the armed forces D. The groups cannot be compared due to their heterogeneity

Solution:

In this Question, a civilian and an army personal cannot be compared due to their heterogeneity.

14. Which of the following can be inferred from the statement that either John is Stupid Or John is Lazy? I.John is lazy, therefore John is not stupid II.John is lazy, therefore John is stupid III.John is not stupid, therefore John is Lazy IV.John is stupid, therefore John is not Lazy

A. I and II
B. II and III
C. III and IV
D. I and VI

Solution:

According to the statement, either John is stupid ar John is lazy it can be inferred that John cannot be stupid and lazy simultaneously. In the light of this inference one can conclude that only statements II and III can be right while statements I and IV endorses the opposite of inferred knowledge. Both these statements show the possibility of both qualities at the same time.

15. Examine the following Statements
I.None but students are members of the club
II.Some members of the club are married person
III.All Married persons are invited to dance
Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from the above statements?

A. All students are invited for dance
B. All married students of the club are invited for dance
C. All members of the club are married persons
D. None of the above

Solution:

It is given that all married persons are invited to the married dance and some members of the club are persons, So all married students of the club are invited to the dance.

### 24/7 Customer English Test Model Papers

In this category, candidates can find the set of questions on Engish. These are the sample questions from 24/7 Customer English Test Placement Papers. Try to solve them.

1. It was raining heavily. Hence, only few people attended the meeting.
(A) Since it was raining .....
(B) Because it was .....
(C) Therefore few people .....

A. Only B
B. B and C
C. Only C
D. A and B
E. All the three

Solution:

A is correct because the word 'since' suggests a reason. 'As' and 'because' are also used to suggest reason.

2.  I was extremely tired. Yet I continued working.
(A) Despite being .....
(B) Since I was .....
(C) Although I was .....

A. A and B
B. Only C
C. A and C
D. Only A
E. None of these

Solution:

The word 'since' suggests a reason. Hence, B is incorrect. The sentences present a contradiction.

3. Plants help in reducing atmospheric pollution. They also help in cooling the surroundings.
(A) Besides reducing .....
(B) Apart from reducing .....
(C) Plants not only help in cooling but .....

A. Only A
B. Only B
C. Only C
D. None of these
E. All the three

Solution:

All the three sentences convey the correct meaning.

4. You must concentrate on your work. Then, you will not make any mistake.
(A) It is only when you concentrate on .....
(B) If you concentrate on your work .....
(C) In spite of concentrating .....

A. Only A
B. Only B
C. A and B
D. Only C
E. B and C

Solution:

A and B only make complete sense. 'Inspite of' is used to denote contradiction.

5. One must be broadminded in one's outlook. Only then can one remain focused and think positive.
(A) Because one must be broadminded .....
(B) Unless one is broadminded .....
(C) Although one is broadminded .....

A. Only A
B. Only B
C. Only C
D. A and B
E. All the three

Solution:

Only B is correct because A and B do not covey the meaning implied.

6. Most of the candidates are over-qualified for the post. Mohan is the only person who is the least qualified among them.
(A) Mohan is the only qualified person .....
(B) While most of the candidates are over qualified .....
(C) Except Mohan all other candidates .....

A. Only A
B. Only B
C. A and B
D. B and C
E. None of these.

Solution:

B and C convey the meaning correctly, while A is incorrect.

7. Vivek is a versatile genius. People always look up to him with awe.
(A) Being a versatile genius. Vivek is always looked .....
(B) Because he is a versatile genius. Vivek .....
(C) Vivek is such a versatile genius that people .....

A. Only A
B. Only B
C. Only C
D. A and C
E. All the three

Solution:

All the three sentences convey the meaning implied. Starting a sentence with 'because' is grammatically accepted these days.

8. The petition must be signed by the concerned people. Only then an action can be taken in this regard.
(A) If the petition is not signed by the concerned people, no action .....
(B) Unless the petition is signed .....
(C) While the petition must be signed .....

A. A and B
B. Only A
C. B and C
D. Only B
E. All the three

9. Sita is the only girl who has long hair in the class. No other girl in the class has long hair.
(A) Except for Sita, no other girl .....
(B) No other girl's hair is as .....
(C) Apart from Sita .....

A. Only A
B. A and B
C. B and C
D. Only C
E. None of these

Solution:

The phrase 'apart from' suggests 'in addition to'. Hence, C is not correct as it does not make complete sense. B seems to sum of the two given sentences, rather than combine them; hence it is ruled out.

10. John writes good English. But he is a bad speaker.
(A) Although John writes .....
(B) Apart from writing .....
(C) Since John writes good English .....

A. Only A
B. Only B
C. Only C
D. A and B
E. B and C

Solution:

Only 'A' makes complete sense

11. She is now completely cured of her illness. She will soon be discharged from the hospital.
(A) Being completely cured of her illness .....
(B) Since she is completely cured .....
(C) Apart from being cured of her illness .....

A. A and C
B. Only A
C. A and B
D. B and C
E. All the three

Solution:

'C' is not correct because the words 'apart from' mean 'in addition to'.

12. You must have a through understanding of the subject. Only then you will be able to answer any question pertaining to it.
(A) Although you have .....
(B) Despite having .....
(C) Unless you have .....

A. Only A
B. Only B
C. Only C
D. B and C
E. None of these.

Solution:

Only 'C' which presents a condition is correct. A and B denote a contradiction.

13. The thief couldn't climb over the wall. It was too high.
(A) The wall was too high for .....
(B) The wall was so high that .....
(C) The thief could not climb over the wall because .....

A. Only A
B. Only B
C. A and B
D. B and C
E. All the three

Solution:

Sentence 2 gives the reason. Hence conjunctions like 'as' 'because', 'for', 'so that', can be used to convey the meaning effectively.

14.  His French isn't very good. He has lived in France for eight years.
(A) Even if he has lived in France .....
(B) Even though he has lived in France for .....
(C) Since he has lived in France for .....

A. Only A
B. Only B
C. Only C
D. A and B
E. None of these.

Solution:

Though he has lived in France for eight years he has not learnt French. This idea is best brought out using the starter B. The other two starters do not convey the same idea.

15. A friend of mine phoned. He invited me to a party.
(A) A friend of mine phoned in order to .....
(B) A friend of mine phoned and .....
(C) While a friend of mine phoned .....

A. A and B
B. B and C
C. A and C
D. Only C
E. All the three

Solution:

Sentence 2 gives additional information which indicates the purpose for the telephone call. Hence 'in order to' 'so that' 'to' can be used to express the idea effectively. The use of 'while' is illogical.