# Miscellaneous Topics

Are you preparing for campus placements,Banking,SSC, IAS, Insurance,Defence and other competitive exams? Then, make sure to take some time in practicing the Miscellaneous Topics questions and answer in Quantitative Aptitude. Moreover, only those questions are included that are relevant and likely to be asked in any competitive exam. So, take these questions and answer, brush up your skills and practice to stay fully prepared for any your exam.

• Q15.Direction: the graph shows the total number of students in two institutes in various years and table shows the percentage of students got placed in different companies. Based on the given information answer the following question.

In 2010, the number of students got selected from institute Y is what percentage more than the got selected from institute X?

• Q16.Direction: the graph shows the total number of students in two institutes in various years and table shows the percentage of students got placed in different companies. Based on the given information answer the following question.

In how many years is the number of students got placed from institute Y more than 1500?

• Q17.Direction: the graph shows the total number of students in two institutes in various years and table shows the percentage of students got placed in different companies. Based on the given information answer the following question.

In how many of the given years the number of students got placed from institute X is more than 1000?

• Q18.Direction: the graph shows the total number of students in two institutes in various years and table shows the percentage of students got placed in different companies. Based on the given information answer the following question.

What is the difference between the average number of students in institute X and institute Y from year 2007 to 2012?

• Q19.A' walks around a circular field at the rate of one round per hour while 'B' runs around it at the rate of six rounds per hour. They start in the same direction from the same point at 7.30 a.m. They shall first cross each other at: