# Quantitative Aptitude Scoring Part (Day-150)

## Quantitative Aptitude Test Scoring Part (Day-150):

Dear Readers, Nowadays most of the aspirants were facing huge trouble to increase the overall marks. You could practice quantitative Aptitude test online here and learn new tricks. To score high you need to practice more and more standard questions daily.“Practice does not make perfect, Only Perfect Practice makes perfect”.

Here in Scoring Part we are providing 10 Questions in simplification, 10 Questions in Approximation, 5 Questions in number Series and 5 Questions in Quadratic Equations, total 30 questions in 20 Minutes. By practicing these questions regularly you can increase you calculation speed and it will help you to increase you score.

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Directions (Q. 1–10): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?

1). 43% of 1400 – 36% of 250 – 18 × 21 = x

1. 153
2. 161
3. 165
4. 161
5. 134

2). (82)2 – (71)2 – (34)2 = x

1. 376
2. 527
3. 493
4. 525
5. 428

3). √6561 + 13 × 32 – 784 ÷ 14 = x2

1. 31
2. 39
3. 21
4. 29
5. 19

4). 768 ÷ 12 + 1332 ÷ 18 – 728 ÷ 13 = x

1. 82
2. 88
3. 76
4. 71
5. 67

5). 65% of 260 + 14% of 450 – 12 × 17 = x

1. 19
2. 14
3. 47
4. 28
5. 34

6). 54% of 650 – 1050 ÷ 14 – 1118 ÷ 13= x

1. 159
2. 190
3. 173
4. 186
5. 163

7). 1105 ÷ 13 – 4.8% of 250 – 6.4% of 350 = x

1. 61.4
2. 52.5
3. 43.8
4. 58.0
5. 50.6

8). √5476  – 5.6% of 250 – 4.8% of 450  = x

1. 43.9
2. 37.7
3. 23.2
4. 29.5
5. 38.4

9). 35% of 580 + 28% of 250 – 32% of 450 = x

1. 251
2. 146
3. 137
4. 129
5. 239

10). 35% of 420 – 26% of 150 – 18% of 350 = x

1. 45
2. 23
3. 37
4. 32
5. 28

Directions (Q. 11- 15): The following series are based on a specific pattern. Find the next number following the pattern.

11). 224, 208, 240, ?, 256, 176

1. 166
2.  185
3.  192
4. 175
5. None

12). 1, 16, 81, ?, 625, 1296

1.  144
2.  256
3.  289
4.  322
5.  None

13). 6, 23, 90, ?, 1424, 5691

1.  285
2.  321
3.  346
4.  357
5.  None

14). 5, 9, 25 , ?, 414, 2282.5

1.  86
2.  91
3.  95
4.  82
5.  None

15). 3, ?, 12, 48, 576, 27648

1.  6
2.  7
3. 4
4.  9
5.  None

Directions (Q. 16-20): In each of these questions, two equations (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer

a)    if x < y

b)    if x > y

c)    if x ≤ y

d)    if x ≥ y

e)    if x = y, or relationship between x and y can’t be established.

16).  I. 7x2 – 33x + 20 = 0

II. 7y2+ 9y – 10 = 0

17). I. 7x + 3y = 8

II. 3x + 2y = 12

18). I. x2 = 289

II. y = 3√2197

19). I. 8x2 – 11x + 3 = 0

II. y2– 8y + 7 = 0

20). I. x = √1089

II. y^2 + y – 756 = 0

Directions (21-30) : What should be the approximate value come in place of question mark (?)

21). 1524.79 * 19.92 + 495.26 = ?

1. 31000
2. 32000
3. 33000
4. 34000
5. 36000

22). 1548.45 + 3065.15 ÷ 15.058 = ?

1. 1650
2. 1750
3. 1850
4. 1950
5. 1550

23). 25*3.25 + 50.4 ÷ 24 = ?

1. 77
2. 66
3. 55
4. 44
5. 60

24). (833.25 – 384.45) ÷ 24 = ?

1. 15
2. 16
3. 18
4. 17
5. 20

25). 5907.001 – 1296 ÷ 143.98= ? * 8.21

1. 700
2. 658
3. 628
4. 737
5. 630

26). √(289.19) × (2.08) ÷ 10.97 = ?

1. 2
2. 3
3. 4
4. 5
5. 6

27). 1884 ÷ 144.89 + 6.99 + (?)2 = 69.09

1. 3
2. 4
3. 5
4. 6
5. 7

28). 142% of 649.98 + 77.07 = ?

1. 600
2. 700
3. 900
4. 1000
5. 1100

29). 136 ÷ [(3/8) × (2/7) × (5/3)] = ?

1. 750
2. 760
3. 770
4. 780
5. 790

30). √36000 = ?

1. 60
2. 600
3. 180
4. 190
5. 120 