Practice 3 Arithmetic Progression Problems To Prepare For TCS Placement Tests Dear Reader, Below are three problems dealing with logical calculations using Arithmetic progression. Question 1 A company selects an employee at his 25th age and offers salary as Rs.40000 per annum for first 2 years. a) 52 b) 58 c) 42 d) 48 Answer : c) 42 Solution : Employee's salary for first two years = Rs.40,000 (per annum) So, the total salary for first two years = Rs.80,000 ...(1) Given that, his salary increased by Rs.4000(per annum) for next 15 years. So, salary for next 15 years are 44,000, 48,000, 52,000,... Note that, above sequence is an A.P with first term a = 44000, common difference = d = 4000, total number of terms = n = 15. From (1) and (3), the total salary of first 17 years = Rs.80,000 + Rs.10,80,000 = Rs. 11,60,000 ...(4) Form (2), we have, The salary of 17th year = Rs.1,00,000 That is, till his retirement, his salary = Rs.1,00,000 (per annum) ...(5) Let the employee works for X more years. And his experience = 17 + X years ...(5) Hence, the answer is 42. Question 2 Solution:
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