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Directions (Q. 6 – 10): What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
5280 ÷ 15 + 152 × 13 – (23)^{2} =?
Correct
Answer d
(5280/15) + (152*13) – 23^{2} = x
X = 352 + 1976 – 529
X = 1799
Incorrect
Answer d
(5280/15) + (152*13) – 23^{2} = x
X = 352 + 1976 – 529
X = 1799
Question 8 of 20
8. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
∛19683 – ∛29791 % of 310 + ∛474552 % of 350 =?
Correct
Answer a
27 – 31 % of 310 + 78 % of 350 = x
X = 27 – (31/100)*310 + (78/100)*350
X = 27 – 96.1 + 273
X = 203.9
Incorrect
Answer a
27 – 31 % of 310 + 78 % of 350 = x
X = 27 – (31/100)*310 + (78/100)*350
X = 27 – 96.1 + 273
X = 203.9
Question 9 of 20
9. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
4 ¾ + 5 6/7 – 3 ½ + 7 2/7 =? – 4 ¼
Correct
Answer c
(4 + 5 – 3 + 7 + 4)(3/4 + 6/7 – ½ + 2/7 + ¼) = x
X = 17 + [(21 + 24 – 14 + 8 + 7)/28]
X = 17 + (46/28)
X = 18 (18/28) = 18 (9/14)
Incorrect
Answer c
(4 + 5 – 3 + 7 + 4)(3/4 + 6/7 – ½ + 2/7 + ¼) = x
X = 17 + [(21 + 24 – 14 + 8 + 7)/28]
X = 17 + (46/28)
X = 18 (18/28) = 18 (9/14)
Question 10 of 20
10. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
215 × 54 – 32 × 71 + 19 × 94 =? – 27
Correct
Answer c
215 × 54 – 32 × 71 + 19 × 94 = x – 27
11610 – 2272 + 1786 + 27 = x
X = 11151
Incorrect
Answer c
215 × 54 – 32 × 71 + 19 × 94 = x – 27
11610 – 2272 + 1786 + 27 = x
X = 11151
Question 11 of 20
11. Question
The average of 11 numbers is 40. The average of first five numbers is 45 and that of last five numbers is 38. Then find the sixth number?
Correct
Answer b
Total value of 11 numbers = 40*11 = 440
Total of first five numbers = 45*5 = 225
Total of last five numbers = 38*5 = 190
Sixth number = 440 – (225 + 190) = 25
Incorrect
Answer b
Total value of 11 numbers = 40*11 = 440
Total of first five numbers = 45*5 = 225
Total of last five numbers = 38*5 = 190
Sixth number = 440 – (225 + 190) = 25
Question 12 of 20
12. Question
The circumference of two circles is 132 metres and 176 metres respectively. What is the difference between the area of the larger circle and the smaller circle?
Rajesh bought 23kg of rice at 30 rupees per kg and 32 kg of rice at 35 rupees per kg. Now he sold the entire lot at 42 rupees per kg. Find the amount of loss/profit made by Rajesh.
Ragu borrowed a certain amount at the rate of 6 % per annum and pays a simple interest of Rs.8730 at the end of 3 years. What amount of compound interest would he pay on the same amount at the same rate of interest at the end of 2 years?
Correct
Answer c
S.I = PNR/100
8730 = (P*6*3)/100
P = (8730*100)/18 = 48500
C.I:
48500*(6/100) = 2910
51410*(6/100) = 3084.6
C.I = 2910 + 3084.6 = Rs. 5994.6
Incorrect
Answer c
S.I = PNR/100
8730 = (P*6*3)/100
P = (8730*100)/18 = 48500
C.I:
48500*(6/100) = 2910
51410*(6/100) = 3084.6
C.I = 2910 + 3084.6 = Rs. 5994.6
Question 15 of 20
15. Question
Avinash purchased a scooty for Rs.67000. He sold it at a loss of 10 per cent. With this money he again purchased another bike and sold it at a profit of 12 per cent. What is his overall profit?
Directions (Q. 16 – 20) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following bar graph shows the number of tourists(in thousands) visited six different places in India in the year 2016 and the table shows the percentage of male, female and children’s among them.
City
% of male
% of female
% of children
A
35 %
45 %
20 %
B
38 %
36 %
26 %
C
42 %
34 %
24 %
D
46 %
29 %
25 %
E
32 %
38 %
30 %
F
33 %
42 %
25 %
Find the total number of male tourists visited all the given cities together?
Correct
Answer a
City
Total male
Total female
Total children
A
38500
49500
22000
B
49400
46800
33800
C
63000
51000
36000
D
36800
23200
20000
E
30400
36100
28500
F
24750
31500
18750
The total number of male tourists visited all the given cities together
= > 38500 + 49400 + 63000 + 36800 + 30400 + 24750
= > 242850
Incorrect
Answer a
City
Total male
Total female
Total children
A
38500
49500
22000
B
49400
46800
33800
C
63000
51000
36000
D
36800
23200
20000
E
30400
36100
28500
F
24750
31500
18750
The total number of male tourists visited all the given cities together
= > 38500 + 49400 + 63000 + 36800 + 30400 + 24750
= > 242850
Question 17 of 20
17. Question
Directions (Q. 16 – 20) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following bar graph shows the number of tourists(in thousands) visited six different places in India in the year 2016 and the table shows the percentage of male, female and children’s among them.
City
% of male
% of female
% of children
A
35 %
45 %
20 %
B
38 %
36 %
26 %
C
42 %
34 %
24 %
D
46 %
29 %
25 %
E
32 %
38 %
30 %
F
33 %
42 %
25 %
Total number of females and children’s who are all visited the city A and D together is approximately what percentage more/less than the total number of males and children’s who are all visited the city B and E together?
Correct
Answer d
Total number of females and children’s who are all visited the city A and D together
= > 49500 + 22000 + 23200 + 20000
= > 114700
Total number of males and children’s who are all visited the city B and E together
= > 49400 + 33800 + 30400 + 28500
= > 142100
Required % = [(142100 – 114700)/142100]*100
= > 19.28 % = 19 % less
Incorrect
Answer d
Total number of females and children’s who are all visited the city A and D together
= > 49500 + 22000 + 23200 + 20000
= > 114700
Total number of males and children’s who are all visited the city B and E together
= > 49400 + 33800 + 30400 + 28500
= > 142100
Required % = [(142100 – 114700)/142100]*100
= > 19.28 % = 19 % less
Question 18 of 20
18. Question
Directions (Q. 16 – 20) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following bar graph shows the number of tourists(in thousands) visited six different places in India in the year 2016 and the table shows the percentage of male, female and children’s among them.
City
% of male
% of female
% of children
A
35 %
45 %
20 %
B
38 %
36 %
26 %
C
42 %
34 %
24 %
D
46 %
29 %
25 %
E
32 %
38 %
30 %
F
33 %
42 %
25 %
Find the difference between the total number of males who are all visited the city B, C and F together to that of total number of females who are all visited the city A, D and E together?
Correct
Answer c
The total number of males who are all visited the city B, C and F together
= > 49400 +63000 + 24750 = 137150
The total number of females who are all visited the city A, D and E together
= > 49500 + 23200 + 36100 = 108800
Required difference = 137150 – 108800 = 28350
Incorrect
Answer c
The total number of males who are all visited the city B, C and F together
= > 49400 +63000 + 24750 = 137150
The total number of females who are all visited the city A, D and E together
= > 49500 + 23200 + 36100 = 108800
Required difference = 137150 – 108800 = 28350
Question 19 of 20
19. Question
Directions (Q. 16 – 20) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following bar graph shows the number of tourists(in thousands) visited six different places in India in the year 2016 and the table shows the percentage of male, female and children’s among them.
City
% of male
% of female
% of children
A
35 %
45 %
20 %
B
38 %
36 %
26 %
C
42 %
34 %
24 %
D
46 %
29 %
25 %
E
32 %
38 %
30 %
F
33 %
42 %
25 %
Find the ratio between the total number of males to that of children’s who are all visited all the given cities together?
Correct
Answer b
The total number of males who are all visited all the given cities together
= > 38500 + 49400 + 63000 + 36800 + 30400 + 24750
= > 242850
The total number of children’s who are all visited all the given cities together
= > 22000 + 33800 + 36000 + 20000 + 28500 + 18750
= > 159050
Required ratio = 242850: 159050 = 4857: 3181
Incorrect
Answer b
The total number of males who are all visited all the given cities together
= > 38500 + 49400 + 63000 + 36800 + 30400 + 24750
= > 242850
The total number of children’s who are all visited all the given cities together
= > 22000 + 33800 + 36000 + 20000 + 28500 + 18750
= > 159050
Required ratio = 242850: 159050 = 4857: 3181
Question 20 of 20
20. Question
Directions (Q. 16 – 20) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following bar graph shows the number of tourists(in thousands) visited six different places in India in the year 2016 and the table shows the percentage of male, female and children’s among them.
City
% of male
% of female
% of children
A
35 %
45 %
20 %
B
38 %
36 %
26 %
C
42 %
34 %
24 %
D
46 %
29 %
25 %
E
32 %
38 %
30 %
F
33 %
42 %
25 %
Total number of peoples who visited the city A, B and E together is approximately what percentage of the total number of peoples who visited the city C, D and F together?
Correct
Answer a
Total number of peoples who visited the city A, B and E together
= > 110000 + 130000 + 95000
= > 335000
Total number of peoples who visited the city C, D and F together
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Directions (Q. 1 – 5) Study the following series carefully and answer the questions according to the given series.
72, 74, 151, 457, 1833
81, a, b, c, d. Find the value of d?
1911
2134
2049
1896
2178
13, 12, 22, 63, 248, 1235
5, a, b, c, d, e. Find the value of d?
56
48
42
54
40
27, 29, 61, 187, 753
13, a, b, c, d. Find the value of d?
524
382
453
417
508
1584, 792, 528, 396, 316.8, 264
4752, a, b, c, d. Find the value of c?
1059
956
874
1243
1188
17, 8, 9, 12, 26, 62.5
35, a, b, c, d. Find the value of b?
19
18
17
15
16
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
(14)^{4.8} × (1/2744) ÷ (196)^{-1.8} = (√14)^{?}
12.5
10.8
11.3
9.7
8.1
5280 ÷ 15 + 152 × 13 – (23)^{2} =?
1657
1542
1863
1799
1926
∛19683 – ∛29791 % of 310 + ∛474552 % of 350 =?
203.9
245.6
178.5
193.7
286.4
4 ¾ + 5 6/7 – 3 ½ + 7 2/7 =? – 4 ¼
16 5/16
18 2/17
18 9/14
14 4/15
None of these
215 × 54 – 32 × 71 + 19 × 94 =? – 27
10526
12354
11151
14787
None of these
The average of 11 numbers is 40. The average of first five numbers is 45 and that of last five numbers is 38. Then find the sixth number?
28
25
23
31
33
The circumference of two circles is 132 metres and 176 metres respectively. What is the difference between the area of the larger circle and the smaller circle?
1078 Sq m
1152 Sq m
986 Sq m
854 Sq m
None of these
Rajesh bought 23kg of rice at 30 rupees per kg and 32 kg of rice at 35 rupees per kg. Now he sold the entire lot at 42 rupees per kg. Find the amount of loss/profit made by Rajesh.
Rs. 320
Rs. 410
Rs. 350
Rs. 500
None of these
Ragu borrowed a certain amount at the rate of 6 % per annum and pays a simple interest of Rs.8730 at the end of 3 years. What amount of compound interest would he pay on the same amount at the same rate of interest at the end of 2 years?
Rs. 4132.2
Rs. 5567.8
Rs. 5994.6
Rs. 4876.4
None of these
Avinash purchased a scooty for Rs.67000. He sold it at a loss of 10 per cent. With this money he again purchased another bike and sold it at a profit of 12 per cent. What is his overall profit?
Rs. 536
Rs. 548
Rs. 892
Rs. 784
None of these
Directions (Q. 16 – 20) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following bar graph shows the number of tourists(in thousands) visited six different places in India in the year 2016 and the table shows the percentage of male, female and children’s among them.
City
% of male
% of female
% of children
A
35 %
45 %
20 %
B
38 %
36 %
26 %
C
42 %
34 %
24 %
D
46 %
29 %
25 %
E
32 %
38 %
30 %
F
33 %
42 %
25 %
Find the total number of male tourists visited all the given cities together?
242850
256730
198640
295460
None of these
Total number of females and children’s who are all visited the city A and D together is approximately what percentage more/less than the total number of males and children’s who are all visited the city B and E together?
24 % less
31 % more
13 % more
19 % less
26 % less
Find the difference between the total number of males who are all visited the city B, C and F together to that of total number of females who are all visited the city A, D and E together?
19870
21740
28350
27560
None of these
Find the ratio between the total number of males to that of children’s who are all visited all the given cities together?
4112 : 2895
4857 : 3181
3562 : 2893
5126 : 3895
None of these
Total number of peoples who visited the city A, B and E together is approximately what percentage of the total number of peoples who visited the city C, D and F together?