# SSC CGL EXAMS 2018 | Quantitative Aptitude Practice Questions (Day-20)

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SSC CGL EXAMS 2018 | Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Day-20)

maximum of 10 points

1)ย  ABCD is a trapezium, such that AB, DC is parallel and BC is perpendicular to them. Ifย

a) 6 cm

b) 4 cm

c) 3 cm

d) 5 cm

2) A conical tent of given capacity has to be constructed. The ratio of the height to the radius of the base for the minimum amount of canvas required for the tent is:

a) 1: 2

b) 1 : โ2

c) 2 : 1

d) โ2 : 1

3) If a group of children each boy gave a gift to each other. If total 10302 gifts were distributed, then find the number of boys?

a) 102

b) 104

c) 101

d) 170

4) Find the volume of the metal of a hollow spherical shell whose thickness is 0.01 in and internal radius is 5 in

a) 2ฯ

b) 3 ฯ

c) 4 ฯ

d) ฯ/3

5) On a particular day of a trade fair, 35,000 visitors had visited the fair. The amount collected at the entrance counter was Rs. 9, 50,000. The entrance fee was at the rate of Rs. 20 for a child. If 10% of the visitors had used free passes, the number of children who visited the fair is

a) 15,500

b) 31,500

c) 12,500

d) 16,000

6) If A is Arithmetic mean (AM) and H is Harmonic Mean (HM) between two quantities a and b, then, ย ย will be equal to

a) A/H

b) H/A

c) A+H/A โ H

d) a โ b/ A โ H

7) The price of diamond is proportional to the square of its weight. If the price of a diamond weighing 5 carats is Rs.225, then find the price of another diamond weighing 9 carats.

a) 929

b) 729

c) 125

d) 624

8) PQRS is a square whose side is 44 cm each, taking PQ and PS as axes, the equation of the circle circumscribing the square is

a) x2 + y2 = 22(x + y)

b) x2 + y2 = 11 (x + y)

c) x2 + y2 = 44 (x + y)

d) x2 + y2 = 4(x + y)

9) What is the remainder ofย  73892/13 ?

a) 0

b) 1

c) 2

d) 7

10) If LCM of two natural number x and y is 1440 then how many such pairs exist?

a) 80

b) 83

c) 60

d) 165

Tan 450 = DN/AN

1 = DN/AN

AN = DN = 2 cm

AB = AN + BN

AB = 2 + 3 = 5 cm

Curved surface area of cone = ฯrl

l = โ(h2 + r2)

After substituting the value given in options to get two answer

โด The lease value is โ3ฯ, when h = โ2 and r = 1

Let number of boys = x

Number of gifts given = x โ 1

X (x โ 1) = 10302

X2 โ x โ 10302 = 0

Solving this equation

(x โ 102)(x + 101) = 0

X = 102

Total number of visitors on a particular day of the trade fair = 35000

The number of visitors who paid the entrance fee = 90% of 35000

= (90/100) * 35000 = 31500

Now, let the number of children who visited the fair be x.

40 (31500 โ x) + 20x = 950000

1260000 โ 40x + 20x = 950000

1260000 โ 20x = 950000

20x = 310000

x = 15500

Given, A =(a+b)/2

H = 2ab/ (a+b)

Price of Diamond = Weight2

According to the question, 52/ 92 = 225/x

X = (9 * 9 * 225) / (5 * 5) = 729

Center of circle = (22, 22)

By general equation of circle

x2 + y2 โ 44x โ 44y = 0

x2 + y2 = 44 (x + y)

Here we have divisor as 13 and we have to find the Eulerโs Totient of 13.

13 (d) = 13 ร 1 โ 1/13 = 12, Here 7 is co-prime to 13 hence we can apply Eulerโs theorem, From Eulerโs theorem remainder of ย has remainder 1.

1440 = 2 ร 720

= 2 ร 2 ร 2 ร 2 ร 2 ย ร 3 ร 3 ร 5

= 25 ร 32 ร 51

Then numbers of such pairs areโ