### Oracle Aptitude Questions - Software Engineering - IT Reasoning - Recruitment-2012 - Shredskerala

ORACLE RECRUITMENT 2012 - SHREDSKERALA

Software Engineering Aptitude Section
Sample Questions (2/4)

Assessment Breakdown:
 Section Time Questions Math Reasoning 10 Minutes 10 IT Reasoning 10 Minutes 10 Attention to Detail 5 Minutes 10 Logic Diagramming 10 Minutes 5 Total 35 Minutes 35 Questions

IT Reasoning Section
It is designed to test your understanding of the principles of logic.You will be presented with a variety of questions that you must solve using principles of logic.You will have 10 minutes to complete the 10 questions in this section.

Question Number 1
A, B and C can complete a task in X, Y and Z days, respectively, working alone on it. Which of the following expressions best describes how many days they take to complete the task when they are working together on it from start to finish?
a. (X + Y + Z)
b. 1 / (X + Y + Z)
c. 1 / ( (X+Y+Z) / XYZ)
d. 1 / (1/X + 1/Y + 1/Z)

Question Number 2
Megan had US \$'x' with her. She spent 1/3rd of the money for traveling and 1/4th of the money for food. The balance money with her is __________.
a. US \$ 11x/12
b. US \$ 5x/12
c. US \$ x/12
d. US \$ 7x/12

Question Number 3
The problem below contains a question and two statements labeled A and B that give data pertaining to the question. Determine whether the information given in statements A and B is sufficient to answer the question, and select the correct answer from the given options.
Question: How many days are required for C and D to finish the work, working together?

A. C is 60% more efficient than D and D alone can finish the work in 15 days.
B. C alone takes 6 days more than D to finish the work and his efficiency is 70% that of D.

a. None of these statements, individually or jointly, provides sufficient data to answer the question
b. The question can be answered by using either statement alone
c. The question can be answered by using one of the statements alone but not the other
d. The question can be answered by using both the statements together, but not by using either statement alone

Question Number 4
A sum of money is divided between Mary, Nelly and Patty such that for every dollar (100 cents) Mary gets, Nelly gets a quarter (25 cents) and for every dollar that Nelly gets, Patty gets a dime (10 cents). The amount of money remaining after the distribution is Y% of the money that Patty gets. If Nelly ends up getting \$X, what was the original sum of money in dollars?
a. 4.5X+ 0.1XY
b. 4.5X+ 0.001XY
c. 5.1X+ 0.1XY
d. 5.1X+ 0.001XY

Question Number 5
The problem below contains a question and two statements labeled A and B that give data pertaining to the question. Determine whether the information given in statements A and B is sufficient to answer the question, and select the correct answer from options 1-4.
1. The question can be answered by using one of the statements alone but not the other.
2. The question can be answered by using either statement alone.
3. The question can be answered by using both the statements together.
4. Neither of the statements, individually or jointly, provides sufficient data to answer the question.
The average weight of 5 bags A, B, C, D and E is 32 kgs. Which is the heaviest?
A. The sum of the weights of A and C is 52 kgs.
B. The sum of the weights of B and E is 53 kgs.
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4

Question Number 6
If a shopkeeper marks up the price of an article by X% above the cost price \$CP, and then gives 2 successive discounts of D1% and D2% before selling it, which of the following relationships must be TRUE to ensure he makes a profit?
a. X > 100 / ((1+0.01D1)(1+0.01D2)) – 100
b. X > 100 / ((1-0.01D1)(1+0.01D2)) – 100
c. X > 100 / ((1+0.01D1)(1-0.01D2)) – 100
d. X > 100 / ((1-0.01D1)(1-0.01D2)) – 100

Question Number 7
The problem below contains a question and two statements labeled A and B that give data pertaining to the question. Determine whether the information given in statements A and B is sufficient to answer the question, and select the correct answer from the given options.
How is Barry related to Andy?
A. Andy’s grandfather’s son is Barry
B. Andy’s only surviving grandmother has only one child
a. The question can be answered by using one of the statements alone but not the other
b. The question can be answered by using either statement alone
c. The question can be answered by using both the statements together, but not by using either statement alone
d. None of the statements, individually or jointly, provides sufficient data to answer the question

Question Number 8
N students in a school took an examination and P% of them passed the test. The number of girls who passed the test is X more than the number of boys.
If 1/Y of the girls passed the test, then the number of boys in the school is __________.
a. N – Y*(0.01N-X)/2 + X)
b. N – Y*(0.01P-X)/2 + P)
c. N – Y*(0.01PN-X)/2 + X)
d. N – Y*(0.01PN-X)/2 + P)

Question Number 9
The problem below contains a question and two statements labeled A and B that give data pertaining to the question. Determine whether the information given in statements A and B is sufficient to answer the question, and select the correct answer from the given options.
In how much time can Andy and Barry complete a task if they work on it individually on alternate days?
A. Andy and Barry can complete the task in 8 and 12 days respectively if they work on it alone.
B. The slower of the two completed the task.
a. The question can be answered by using one of the statements alone but not the other.
b. The question can be answered by using either statement alone.
c. The question can be answered by using both the statements together, but not by using either statement alone.
d. Neither of the statements, individually or jointly, provides sufficient data to answer the question.

Question Number 10
The problem below contains a question and two statements labeled A and B that give data pertaining to the question. Determine whether the information given in statements A and B is sufficient to answer the question, and select the correct answer from the given options.
How is Ned related to Max?
A. Max’s sister’s father-in-law’s only child’s brother-in-law is Ned
B. Ned’s only uncle’s brother’s son is Max
a. The question can be answered by using one of the statements alone but not the other
b. The question can be answered by using either statement alone
c. The question can be answered by using both the statements together, but not by using either statement alone
d. Neither of the statements, individually or jointly, provides sufficient data to answer the question