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# Numerical Ability

As a part of aptitude tests, companaies test the numerical ability of the candidates applying for the jobs. They include some numerical aptitude questions with aptitude test. These are mainly multiple choice and time based. They are not solved on calculators. These questions are classified into four types

1. Numerical Computation - these questions tests the basic ability of candidates i.e addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. They do not test the reasoning ability of the candidates.

2. Numerical Estimation - these questions tests the individuals ability of solving straightforward questions as fast as they could. Mostly one can answer approximately rather than aptly. It depends on how fast each individual answers.

3. Numerical Reasoning - these type of questions are answered based on the reasoning done on the information provided. Such reasoning is based on real time scenarios like financial data etc. Though the candidates doesnt require the domain knowledge, they can answer based on the information provided. Mostly number series are given.

4. Data Interpretation - These types of questions tests the ability of individuals to assess the patterns based on the graphs and charts etc. Such type of questions are posed to those applying for managerial positions who does forecasting etc.

This section provides papers on Logical Reasoning which measure your **ability** to handle basic arithmetic, number sequences and simple mathematics.

### Paper -2

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- May 31, 2007
- 18 comments

51. in a class, except 18 all are above 50 years.15 are below 50 years of age. How many people are there

### PAPER - 4

- Article
- May 2, 2007
- 1 comment

### PAPER - 5

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- May 2, 2007
- 3 comments

*A boy multiplied a number with 10 and got 100,insted of dividing it . If he devided it what would be the answer?

### PAPER - 6

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- May 2, 2007
- 1 comment

### PAPER - 7

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- May 2, 2007
- 2 comments

*One clock ringes 7 O'clock in 7 sec.In how many seconds it will ring 10 O'clock.