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DXC Technology Sample Aptitude Questions and Answers

Practice sample DXC Technology aptitude questions and answers to enhance your preparation for the placement process. Utilize this resource to sharpen your problem-solving skills and get a step closer to achieving success in your DXC Technology placement.

Q1

Q1 Arrange the following in ascending order:
2/15, 18/29, 7/18, 10/87.

A

7/18 < 2/15 < 18/29 < 10/87

B

10/87 < 7/18 < 2/15 < 18/29

C

10/87 < 2/15 < 7/18 < 18/29

D

18/29 < 10/87 < 2/15 < 7/18

Q2

Q2 Find the L.C.M. of 26 * 32 * 5 * 7, 23 * 35 * 7, and 2 * 34 * 5.

A

26 * 35 * 7 * 17

B

2^6 * 35 * 5 * 7 * 17

C

2^6 * 35 * 5 * 7

D

2^5 * 13 * 5 * 7^2 * 23 * 17

Q3

Q3 The value of log814096 is

A

-5

B

-2

C

-4

D

-3

Q4

Q4 If the G.C.D. of x^2 - (p - 1) and x^2 - px + (p - 1) is (x - 1), then the value of p is

A

-2

B

3

C

-1

D

1

Q5

Q5 A bag contains coins of Re. 1, Rs. 2, and Rs. 5 in the ratio of 4:8:5. The total amount in the bag is Rs. 90. The total number of Rs. 5 coins is

A

15

B

10

C

8

D

16

Q6

Q6 If LCM and HCF of two numbers are 234 and 13 respectively, then the smallest factor of the product of the two numbers is

A

2

B

3

C

4

D

5

Q7

Q7 A restaurant prepares 22 litres of a mixture that contains 25% of orange essence and the remaining quantity as water. If 3 litres of water is mixed in this mixture, what will be the percentage of orange essence in the new mixture?

A

34%

B

4%

C

12%

D

22%

Q8

Q8 Shalom offered to sell his ancestral house for Rs. 18,400. If he had charged 10% less, he would have made a profit of 20%. What is the actual cost of the house?

A

Rs. 15,800

B

Rs. 14,500

C

Rs. 13,800

D

Rs. 12,500

Q9

Q9 Parul is one-fifth the age of her mother was 15 years ago and Parul’s brother is three-fifth the age his mother was 10 years ago. If the sum of Parul and her brother’s ages is 31, then how old is Parul’s mother?

A

50

B

40

C

35

D

60

Q10

Q10 Write √1008 as a mixed surd.

A

12 √7

B

7 √14

C

7 √12

D

14 √7

Q11

Q11 A company makes a mixture which contains 2% alcohol. If 10 litres of alcohol is added to the mixture, then the concentration increases to 5%. What is the approx. quantity of the mixture?

A

316

B

315

C

320

D

300

Q12

Q12 20 men can do a job in 10 days, working 8 hours a day. If women are 33.33% more efficient than men, how many women will it take to finish the same job in 10 days, working 6 hours a day?

A

10

B

12

C

15

D

16

Q13

Q13 Find the ratio of distances covered by a car and a cyclist when it is given that the car moves for 1.5 hours at 30 kmph and the cyclist moves for 1 hour at 25 kmph?

A

6:5

B

9:5

C

3:2

D

5:1

Q14

Q14 A written exam consists of 6 questions with the answer options as yes/ no/ none. In how many ways can the examinees select the answers?

A

6P3 ways

B

6C3 ways

C

3C1, 3C1, 3C1, 3C1, 3C1

D

(3C1)^6

Q15

Q15 The light from a laser beam travels at a speed of 3,00,000,000 meters per second. How far can it be seen within 20 nano seconds, assuming that there is no obstruction in between? (20 nano seconds=20x10^-9 seconds)

A

3 m

B

20 m

C

6 m

D

0.6 m

Q16

Q16 Supremo Coal Limited mined 8 1/3 tons of coal on Tuesday, 5 ¾ tons of coal on Monday and 9 ½ tons of coal on Wednesday. If the goal is to mine 30 tons of coal this week then how many more tons of coal need to be mined?

A

23.59 tons

B

7.56 tons

C

6.89 tons

D

6.41 tons

Q17

Q17 The sum of the squares of 3 numbers is 170, while the sum of their products taken two at a time is 157. What is the sum of the numbers?

A

20

B

22

C

24

D

28

Q18

Q18 The tremors of the earthquake were felt at intervals of 15 seconds. The first tremor was felt at 08:54:57 am and the last tremor was felt at 10:45:12 am. How many times were the tremors felt?

A

484

B

485

C

441

D

525

Q19

Q19 A flower seller purchases roses at Rs. 96 a dozen and sells them at Rs. 10 per flower. What is the profit percent of the flower seller?

A

0.4

B

0.2

C

0.25

D

0.15

Q20

Q20 A train travelling at 250 kmph overtakes a cyclist who is travelling at 10 kmph in 45 seconds. What is the length of the train in meters?

A

3,000 m

B

5,400 m

C

6,000 m

D

10,800 m

Q21

Q21 If north is called north-east, north-east is called east, east is called south-east and so on. What will south-east be called?

A

East

B

South

C

North

D

West

Q22

Q22 The set S of numbers has the following properties:
• If p is in S then 1/p is in S
• If both p and q are in S, then so is (p + q)
Question: Is 5 in S?
Statements:

  1. 1/5 is in S.
  2. 1/2 is in S
A

Statement 2 alone concludes.

B

Both statements conclude.

C

Both statements do not conclude.

D

Statement 1 alone concludes.

Q23

Q23 Sushil, a salesperson, was asked by his Sales Manager to meet one of their high profile clients. Due to his ill health, the sales manager was unable to take updates from Sushil about the meeting. Sushil’s phone was also switched off. On which day did Sushil meet the client?

Statements:

i. Ravi, one of the sales Manager’s colleagues, tells him Sushil did not visit the client either on Thursday or on Tuesday.

ii. Vikash, one of the sales manager’s colleagues, tells him that Sushil visited the client 2 days before Ravi contacted the client which was the day after Monday.

A

Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the question.

B

Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the question.

C

Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the question.

D

Both the statements put together are sufficient in answering the question.

Q24

Q24 Find the next number in the series:
3, 11, 25, 45,….

A

75

B

71

C

65

D

61

Q25

Q25 Find the suitable option for the given relation:
Building : Bricks :: Flower :

A

Petals

B

Seed

C

Fruit

D

Honey

Q26

Q26 A man has strayed from his path while on his way to the park. He moves 100 km towards south, then another 40 km towards west. He then travels 70 km towards north and reaches the park. What is the distance of the shortest possible route?

A

50km

B

40km

C

60km

D

30km

Q27

Q27 Given signs signify something and on that basis, assume the given statements to be true and find which of the two conclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
"%" denotes greater than
“>”denotes "equal to“
“=" denotes "not less than“
"@" denotes "not equal to“
“#’’ denote “ less than”
“*” denote “not greater than”

Statements

P>S, S@T, P#R
Conclusions
I.S%R
II. P@T

A

Only conclusions I is true

B

Conclusions II is true

C

Neither Conclusions I and II true

D

Both Conclusions I and II true

Q28

Q28 Anand introduces Geeta as the wife of the grandson of his mother. How is Anand related to Geeta?

A

Father-in-law

B

Brother-in-law

C

Uncle

D

Grandfather

Q29

Q29 Two friends A and B start walking from a common point. A goes 20 kms towards north-east whereas B goes 16 kms towards east and then 12 kms towards north. How far are A and B from each other?

A

14 kms

B

They are at the same place at the finishing point

C

15 kms

D

Data is insufficient

Q30

Q30 Find the next number in the given number series :
3,11,25,45,……

A

85

B

71

C

61

D

75

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