# CLAT 2024 Practice Questions for Quantitative Aptitude

Check the CLAT 2024 Practice Questions for the Quantitative Aptitude Section here. Each section will contain five questions based on a specific case study.
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CLAT 2024 Quantitative Aptitude Practice Questions: The CLAT 2024 examination will be conducted on December 3, 2023 by the Consortium of NLUs across the country. The Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation section is an important part of the CLAT 2024 question paper having significant weightage in the overall question paper. We have shared the CLAT 2024 Practice questions for the Quantitative Aptitude Section in the news below.

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## CLAT 2024 Quantitative Aptitude Section Practice Questions

For the Quantitative Aptitude section, the set of every five questions will be based on a specific case study containing specific data. Here is the list of practice questions for CLAT 2024 Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation section:

Data Set 1: Two renowned international Software companies, namely Pollaris and Contigent, started their business in the year 2007 and both the companies were in competition with each other in profit making. Pollaris earned 30 per cent profit in the year 2007 and 2008, and further increased it to 40 per cent in 2009. However, its profit percentage decreased to 20 per cent in the year 2010. On the other hand, Contigent opened with 40 per cent profit in 2007, but slowly decreased to 35 per cent in 2008 and 30 per cent in 2009. Interestingly, both the companies increased their profit percentage in the later year considerably. Pollaris increased its profit percentage to 35 per cent in 2011 and 50 per cent in 2012; simultaneously, Contigent increased its profit percentage to 45 per cent in 2010, 50 per cent in 2011 and reached 60 per cent in the year 2012. As there is a need to understand the income and expenditure for the better performance of both companies in the future, answer the following questions.

Que 1. What is the increase in profit of Contigent Company in percentage from year 2011 to 2012?

1. 10%
2. 20%
3. 15%
4. Cannot be determined.

Ques 2. What percentage of the total profit making of Pollaris Company in 2011 and 2012 is the total profit making of Contigent Company in 2007 and 2008?

1. 113.3%
2. 95.3%
3. 90.3%
4. 133.3%

Que 3. If the income of Contigent Company in 2008 was ₹ 200 crores, what was its profit in 2009?

1. Rs 21.5 Crore
2. Rs 46.15 Crore
3. Rs 153 Crore
4. Cannot be determined

Ques 4. What is the difference between the company with highest annual average profit percentage and that of the company with lowest annual average profit percentage?

1. 5.17
2. 8.33
3. 9.17
4. 4.33

Que 5. What is the percentage increase in profit of Pollaris Company from year 2010 to 2011?

1. 42.86
2. 75
3. 175
4. Cannot be determined

Data Set II: A newly formed state government wants to bring more development in the state. Therefore, the government proposed to launch various welfare programmes. Before bringing up any welfare programme, the state government intended to understand the population percentage of the state by age groups, so that the government could plan the welfare programmes accordingly. The state government found that the state’s 30 per cent of the population were children between the age group of 0-15. Next to child population, 17.75 per cent of the population were adolescents between the age group of 16 and 25. The early adult population, i.e., the age groups 26 to 35 were 17.25 per cent, 36 to 45 were 14.50 per cent, respectively. The population who are between the age group of 46 to 55 constitute 14.25 per cent and the elderly population of the state, i.e., 56 to 65 (5.12%) and 66 above (1.13%) was comparatively less than the other age groups. To get a better clarity, the state government concerned is seeking the answers to following questions:

Que 1. Out of every 5,600 persons, what is the number of persons below the age of 26 years?

1. 2515
2. 1746
3. 1660
4. 2674

Que 2. There are 400 million people below 36 years. How many million (approx.) people are in the age group 56-65?

1. 32.72 million
2. 25.75 million
3. 31.50 million
4. 59.30 million

Que 3. If there are 20 million people in the age group 56 to 65, what is the difference between the number of people in the age groups 16-25 and 46-55?

1. 15.6 million
2. 12.18 million
3. 28.4 million
4. 34.7 million

Que 4. If the difference between the number of people in the age groups 46-55 and 26-35 is 15.75 million, then total population of the state is approximately?

1. 360.23 million
2. 390 million
3. 400 million
4. 525 million

Que 5. Which age group accounts for the maximum population in the state?

1. 16 to 25
2. 26 to 35
3. 36 to 45
4. None of the above.

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