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Question 1 of 20
1. Question
What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
(25/9) of [8956 – 2368] + 567.25 =? + 3428.17
Correct
Answer c
(25/9)*(6588) + 567 = x + 3428
18300 + 567 – 3428 = x
X = 15439 = 15440
Incorrect
Answer c
(25/9)*(6588) + 567 = x + 3428
18300 + 567 – 3428 = x
X = 15439 = 15440
Question 2 of 20
2. Question
What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
√x + 45.01 = (4367.81 + 6721.98) ÷ 100.01
Correct
Answer b
√x + 45 = (4368 + 6722) ÷ 100
√x + 45 = 11090/100
√x + 45 = 111
√x = 111 – 45 = 66
X = 66^{2} = 4356
Incorrect
Answer b
√x + 45 = (4368 + 6722) ÷ 100
√x + 45 = 11090/100
√x + 45 = 111
√x = 111 – 45 = 66
X = 66^{2} = 4356
Question 3 of 20
3. Question
What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
601 % of 729.21 + 499.75 % of 5378.12 – 3461 =?
Correct
Answer a
600 % of 730 + 500 % of 5378 – 3461 = x
X = (600/100)*730 + (500/100)*5378 – 3461
X = 4380 + 26890 – 3461
X = 27809 = 27810
Incorrect
Answer a
600 % of 730 + 500 % of 5378 – 3461 = x
X = (600/100)*730 + (500/100)*5378 – 3461
X = 4380 + 26890 – 3461
X = 27809 = 27810
Question 4 of 20
4. Question
What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
221.56 ÷ [(3/4) of (53.98 + 66.01) – 15.75] =?
Correct
Answer d
222 ÷ [(3/4) * (54 + 66) – 16] = x
X = 222 ÷ [(3/4)*120 – 16]
X = 222 ÷ [90 – 16]
X = 222/74 = 3
Incorrect
Answer d
222 ÷ [(3/4) * (54 + 66) – 16] = x
X = 222 ÷ [(3/4)*120 – 16]
X = 222 ÷ [90 – 16]
X = 222/74 = 3
Question 5 of 20
5. Question
What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
17 % of x – (2053 ÷ 12.78 + 222 ÷ 3.01) = 57
Correct
Answer b
(17/100)*x – (2054/13) + (222/3) = 57
(17/100)*x = 57 + 158 + 74
(17/100)*x = 289
X = 289*100/17
X = 1700
Incorrect
Answer b
(17/100)*x – (2054/13) + (222/3) = 57
(17/100)*x = 57 + 158 + 74
(17/100)*x = 289
X = 289*100/17
X = 1700
Question 6 of 20
6. Question
What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
1278, 1279, 1306, 1431,?
Correct
Answer d
The pattern is, 1^{3}, 3^{3}, 5^{3}, 7^{3}
The answer is, 1774
Incorrect
Answer d
The pattern is, 1^{3}, 3^{3}, 5^{3}, 7^{3}
The answer is, 1774
Question 7 of 20
7. Question
What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
7, 15, 28, 56, ?
Correct
Answer b
The difference of difference is, 5, 15, 25
The answer is, 109
Incorrect
Answer b
The difference of difference is, 5, 15, 25
The answer is, 109
Question 8 of 20
8. Question
What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
15, 16, 34, 105, ? , 2125
Correct
Answer a
The pattern is, ×1 + 1, ×2 + 2, ×3 + 3, ×4 + 4, ×5 +5
The answer is, 424
Incorrect
Answer a
The pattern is, ×1 + 1, ×2 + 2, ×3 + 3, ×4 + 4, ×5 +5
The answer is, 424
Question 9 of 20
9. Question
What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
222, 478, 606, 670,? , 718
Correct
Answer c
The pattern is, the difference of 2 numbers/2
The answer is, 702
Incorrect
Answer c
The pattern is, the difference of 2 numbers/2
The answer is, 702
Question 10 of 20
10. Question
What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
3, 9, 42, 261, 2100, ?
Correct
Answer a
The pattern is, *2 + 3, *4 +6, *6 +9, *8 +12, *10 +15,..
The answer is, 21015
Incorrect
Answer a
The pattern is, *2 + 3, *4 +6, *6 +9, *8 +12, *10 +15,..
The answer is, 21015
Question 11 of 20
11. Question
Two trains cross each other. The length of each train is 200 meter. When they cross each other in same direction they take 40 second while in opposite direction they cross each in 20 seconds. Then find the speed of the two trains?
Correct
Answer a
Let the speed of two trains be X and Y
Same direction,
40= (200+200)/X – Y
40X – 40Y = 400
X – Y = 10 …… (i)
Opposite direction
20= 200+200/X + Y
20X + 20Y = 400
X + Y = 20 …… (ii)
By solving we get,
Y= 5km/hr, X= 15km/hr
Incorrect
Answer a
Let the speed of two trains be X and Y
Same direction,
40= (200+200)/X – Y
40X – 40Y = 400
X – Y = 10 …… (i)
Opposite direction
20= 200+200/X + Y
20X + 20Y = 400
X + Y = 20 …… (ii)
By solving we get,
Y= 5km/hr, X= 15km/hr
Question 12 of 20
12. Question
A, B, and C went for dinner in a restaurant. A’s meal costs 20% more than that of B while the cost of the meal of A was 2/3 of the meal of C. If B paid Rs. 150 for his meal then find the average expenses of the three person?
Correct
Answer c
Bill paid by B= Rs. 150
Bill paid by A= 150*120/100= Rs. 180
Let the bill paid by C be x
So,
2/3 of x= 180
2x= 180*3
x= 180*3/2
x= Rs 270
Total bill paid by them = 150+ 180+270= Rs. 600
Average expenses= 600/3= Rs. 200
Incorrect
Answer c
Bill paid by B= Rs. 150
Bill paid by A= 150*120/100= Rs. 180
Let the bill paid by C be x
So,
2/3 of x= 180
2x= 180*3
x= 180*3/2
x= Rs 270
Total bill paid by them = 150+ 180+270= Rs. 600
Average expenses= 600/3= Rs. 200
Question 13 of 20
13. Question
Out of total monthly salary of Raja, he spends 20% on Rent, 30% of the remaining in food and 20 % of his monthly salary in travelling while remaining salary is saved which is equal to Rs. 36000 then find his expenditure on rent?
Correct
Answer b
Let the salary of Raja be x
Expenditure on rent= x*20/100= x/5
Remaining= x-x/5= 4x/5
Expenditure on food= 4x/5 * 30/100= 6x/25
Expenditure of travelling= x*20/100= x/5
Remaining salary
= x – (x/5 + 6x/25 + x/5)
= x -16x/25
= 9x/25
So,
9x/25 = 36000
X = 36000*25/9
x = Rs 100000
Expenditure on rent = 100000*20/100 = Rs. 20000
Incorrect
Answer b
Let the salary of Raja be x
Expenditure on rent= x*20/100= x/5
Remaining= x-x/5= 4x/5
Expenditure on food= 4x/5 * 30/100= 6x/25
Expenditure of travelling= x*20/100= x/5
Remaining salary
= x – (x/5 + 6x/25 + x/5)
= x -16x/25
= 9x/25
So,
9x/25 = 36000
X = 36000*25/9
x = Rs 100000
Expenditure on rent = 100000*20/100 = Rs. 20000
Question 14 of 20
14. Question
The perimeter of a rectangular field is twice the perimeter of a square field. If one of the sides of the square field is 20 m and breadth of the rectangular field is 30m then find the area of the rectangular field?
Correct
Answer d
Perimeter of square field= 20*4= 80m
Perimeter of the rectangular field= 160m
Let the length of the rectangular field be x
160= 2(x+30)
160- 60= 2x
x= 50 m
Area of the rectangular field= 50*30= 1500 Sq. m
Incorrect
Answer d
Perimeter of square field= 20*4= 80m
Perimeter of the rectangular field= 160m
Let the length of the rectangular field be x
160= 2(x+30)
160- 60= 2x
x= 50 m
Area of the rectangular field= 50*30= 1500 Sq. m
Question 15 of 20
15. Question
A shopkeeper allowed 40% discount on an item on the marked price and he suffered a loss of 20%. What would the profit percentage if he allows only 10% discount?
Correct
Answer c
Let the marked price be x
Selling price= x*60/100= 3x/5
Cost price= 3x/5 *100/80 = 3x/4
When 10% discount is allowed,
Selling price = x*90/100= 9x/10
Profit = (9x/10) – (3x/4)
= (18x -15x)/20
= 3x/20
Profit percentage = [(3x/20) / (3x/4)]*100 = (3x/20) * (4/3x) * 100 = 20%
Incorrect
Answer c
Let the marked price be x
Selling price= x*60/100= 3x/5
Cost price= 3x/5 *100/80 = 3x/4
When 10% discount is allowed,
Selling price = x*90/100= 9x/10
Profit = (9x/10) – (3x/4)
= (18x -15x)/20
= 3x/20
Profit percentage = [(3x/20) / (3x/4)]*100 = (3x/20) * (4/3x) * 100 = 20%
Question 16 of 20
16. Question
Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following table shows the total no of three different animals of four different countries in different years.
Find the total no of given animals in 4 countries in the year 2010?
Correct
Answer b
The total no of given animals in 4 countries in the year 2010
Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following table shows the total no of three different animals of four different countries in different years.
Total no of tigers in India in all the given years is approximately what percentage of total no Rhinoceros in Nepal in all the given years?
Correct
Answer a
Total no of tigers in India in all the given years
= > 1827 + 1653 + 1411 + 1706 + 2226
= > 8823
Total no Rhinoceros in Nepal in all the given years
= > 926 + 1127 + 989 + 1027 + 1175
= > 5244
Required % = (8823/5244)*100 = 168.24 % = 168 %
Incorrect
Answer a
Total no of tigers in India in all the given years
= > 1827 + 1653 + 1411 + 1706 + 2226
= > 8823
Total no Rhinoceros in Nepal in all the given years
= > 926 + 1127 + 989 + 1027 + 1175
= > 5244
Required % = (8823/5244)*100 = 168.24 % = 168 %
Question 18 of 20
18. Question
Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following table shows the total no of three different animals of four different countries in different years.
Find the ratio between total no of lions in Srilanka in the year 2000, 2005 and 2010 to that of total no of lions in India in the year 1995, 2010 and 2015 together?
Correct
Answer d
Total no of lions in Srilanka in the year 2000, 2005 and 2010
= > 345 + 354 + 342 = 1041
Total no of lions in India in the year 1995, 2010 and 2015
= > 364 + 411 + 523 = 1298
Required ratio = 1041: 1298
Incorrect
Answer d
Total no of lions in Srilanka in the year 2000, 2005 and 2010
= > 345 + 354 + 342 = 1041
Total no of lions in India in the year 1995, 2010 and 2015
= > 364 + 411 + 523 = 1298
Required ratio = 1041: 1298
Question 19 of 20
19. Question
Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following table shows the total no of three different animals of four different countries in different years.
Find the difference between total no of tigers in Pakistan in all the given years to that of total no of Rhinoceros in Srilanka in all the given years?
Correct
Answer c
Total no of tigers in Pakistan in all the given years
= > 750 + 625 + 558 + 651 + 712 = 3296
Total no of Rhinoceros in Srilanka in all the given years
= > 725 + 811 + 916 + 827 + 572 = 3851
Required difference = 3851 – 3296 = 555
Incorrect
Answer c
Total no of tigers in Pakistan in all the given years
= > 750 + 625 + 558 + 651 + 712 = 3296
Total no of Rhinoceros in Srilanka in all the given years
= > 725 + 811 + 916 + 827 + 572 = 3851
Required difference = 3851 – 3296 = 555
Question 20 of 20
20. Question
Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following table shows the total no of three different animals of four different countries in different years.
If in the year 2017, total no of given animals in India are increased by 25 % while comparing with 2015, then find the total no of given animals in the year 2017?
Correct
Answer b
In the year 2015,
Total no of animals = 2226 + 523 + 2347 = 5096
In the year 2017,
Total no of animals = 5096*(125/100) = 6370
Incorrect
Answer b
In the year 2015,
Total no of animals = 2226 + 523 + 2347 = 5096
In the year 2017,
Total no of animals = 5096*(125/100) = 6370
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Directions (Q. 1 – 5): What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
(25/9) of [8956 – 2368] + 567.25 =? + 3428.17
13260
14820
15440
16180
14260
√x + 45.01 = (4367.81 + 6721.98) ÷ 100.01
3844
4356
4096
4489
3721
601 % of 729.21 + 499.75 % of 5378.12 – 3461 =?
27810
25740
26520
22630
23480
221.56 ÷ [(3/4) of (53.98 + 66.01) – 15.75] =?
6
4
5
3
7
17 % of x – (2053 ÷ 12.78 + 222 ÷ 3.01) = 57
2100
1700
1500
2300
2500
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
1278, 1279, 1306, 1431,?
1628
1829
1932
1774
1547
7, 15, 28, 56, ?
74
109
87
93
126
15, 16, 34, 105, ? , 2125
424
786
922
1148
1372
222, 478, 606, 670,? , 718
684
696
702
688
704
3, 9, 42, 261, 2100, ?
21015
15420
9565
12780
18275
Two trains cross each other. The length of each train is 200 meter. When they cross each other in same direction they take 40 second while in opposite direction they cross each in 20 seconds. Then find the speed of the two trains?
5, 15
14, 7
17, 13
18, 15
16, 12
A, B, and C went for dinner in a restaurant. A’s meal costs 20% more than that of B while the cost of the meal of A was 2/3 of the meal of C. If B paid Rs. 150 for his meal then find the average expenses of the three person?
Rs. 300
Rs. 325
Rs. 200
Rs. 275
None of these
Out of total monthly salary of Raja, he spends 20% on Rent, 30% of the remaining in food and 20 % of his monthly salary in travelling while remaining salary is saved which is equal to Rs. 36000 then find his expenditure on rent?
Rs. 17500
Rs. 20000
Rs. 22500
Rs. 25000
None of these
The perimeter of a rectangular field is twice the perimeter of a square field. If one of the sides of the square field is 20 m and breadth of the rectangular field is 30m then find the area of the rectangular field?
1250 Sq m
1300 Sq m
1350 Sq m
1500 Sq m
None of these
A shopkeeper allowed 40% discount on an item on the marked price and he suffered a loss of 20%. What would the profit percentage if he allows only 10% discount?
30 %
15 %
20 %
25 %
None of these
Directions (Q. 16 – 20) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Following table shows the total no of three different animals of four different countries in different years.
Year
India
Srilanka
Pakistan
Nepal
T
L
R
T
L
R
T
L
R
T
L
R
1995
1827
364
1972
300
486
725
750
324
403
1821
272
926
2000
1653
412
2253
345
345
811
625
402
529
1423
343
1127
2005
1411
379
3173
462
354
916
558
365
721
1651
417
989
2010
1706
411
2575
327
342
827
651
403
1075
1972
512
1027
2015
2226
523
2347
525
523
572
712
327
1127
2125
727
1175
Note: T – Tiger, L – Lion, R – Rhinoceros
Find the total no of given animals in 4 countries in the year 2010?
13754
11828
12562
10156
None of these
Total no of tigers in India in all the given years is approximately what percentage of total no Rhinoceros in Nepal in all the given years?
168 %
152 %
156 %
164 %
None of these
Find the ratio between total no of lions in Srilanka in the year 2000, 2005 and 2010 to that of total no of lions in India in the year 1995, 2010 and 2015 together?
1115 : 1342
1356 : 1575
1274 : 1317
1041 : 1298
None of these
Find the difference between total no of tigers in Pakistan in all the given years to that of total no of Rhinoceros in Srilanka in all the given years?
467
612
555
413
None of these
If in the year 2017, total no of given animals in India are increased by 25 % while comparing with 2015, then find the total no of given animals in the year 2017?
6120
6370
5480
6890
None of these
Answers:
Directions (Q. 1 – 5):
Answer c
(25/9)*(6588) + 567 = x + 3428
18300 + 567 – 3428 = x
X = 15439 = 15440
Answer b
√x + 45 = (4368 + 6722) ÷ 100
√x + 45 = 11090/100
√x + 45 = 111
√x = 111 – 45 = 66
X = 66^{2} = 4356
Answer a
600 % of 730 + 500 % of 5378 – 3461 = x
X = (600/100)*730 + (500/100)*5378 – 3461
X = 4380 + 26890 – 3461
X = 27809 = 27810
Answer d
222 ÷ [(3/4) * (54 + 66) – 16] = x
X = 222 ÷ [(3/4)*120 – 16]
X = 222 ÷ [90 – 16]
X = 222/74 = 3
Answer b
(17/100)*x – (2054/13) + (222/3) = 57
(17/100)*x = 57 + 158 + 74
(17/100)*x = 289
X = 289*100/17
X = 1700
Directions (Q. 6 – 10):
Answer d
The pattern is, 1^{3}, 3^{3}, 5^{3}, 7^{3}
The answer is, 1774
Answer b
The difference of difference is, 5, 15, 25
The answer is, 109
Answer a
The pattern is, ×1 + 1, ×2 + 2, ×3 + 3, ×4 + 4, ×5 +5
The answer is, 424
Answer c
The pattern is, the difference of 2 numbers/2
The answer is, 702
Answer a
The pattern is, *2 + 3, *4 +6, *6 +9, *8 +12, *10 +15,..
The answer is, 21015
Answer a
Let the speed of two trains be X and Y
Same direction,
40= (200+200)/X – Y
40X – 40Y = 400
X – Y = 10 …… (i)
Opposite direction
20= 200+200/X + Y
20X + 20Y = 400
X + Y = 20 …… (ii)
By solving we get,
Y= 5km/hr, X= 15km/hr
Answer c
Bill paid by B= Rs. 150
Bill paid by A= 150*120/100= Rs. 180
Let the bill paid by C be x
So,
2/3 of x= 180
2x= 180*3
x= 180*3/2
x= Rs 270
Total bill paid by them = 150+ 180+270= Rs. 600
Average expenses= 600/3= Rs. 200
Answer b
Let the salary of Raja be x
Expenditure on rent= x*20/100= x/5
Remaining= x-x/5= 4x/5
Expenditure on food= 4x/5 * 30/100= 6x/25
Expenditure of travelling= x*20/100= x/5
Remaining salary
= x – (x/5 + 6x/25 + x/5)
= x -16x/25
= 9x/25
So,
9x/25 = 36000
X = 36000*25/9
x = Rs 100000
Expenditure on rent = 100000*20/100 = Rs. 20000
Answer d
Perimeter of square field= 20*4= 80m
Perimeter of the rectangular field= 160m
Let the length of the rectangular field be x
160= 2(x+30)
160- 60= 2x
x= 50 m
Area of the rectangular field= 50*30= 1500 Sq. m
Answer c
Let the marked price be x
Selling price= x*60/100= 3x/5
Cost price= 3x/5 *100/80 = 3x/4
When 10% discount is allowed,
Selling price = x*90/100= 9x/10
Profit = (9x/10) – (3x/4)
= (18x -15x)/20
= 3x/20
Profit percentage = [(3x/20) / (3x/4)]*100 = (3x/20) * (4/3x) * 100 = 20%
Directions (Q. 16 – 20)
Answer b
The total no of given animals in 4 countries in the year 2010