SSC Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Day-15)

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1) If sec Î¸ + cosec Î¸ = âˆš2 sec (90 – Î¸) then what is the value of cot Î¸?

(a) âˆš2

(b) 2

(c) âˆš2 – 1

(d) âˆš2 + 1

2)Â Â

(a) cosec Î¸ + tan Î¸

(b) sin Î¸ + cos Î¸

(c) (1 – cos Î¸) / (1 + cos Î¸)

(d) (1 + sin Î¸) / (1 – sin Î¸)

3) If sin (Î¸ + 23Â°) = cos 58Â°, then what is the value of cos 5Î¸?

(a) 1/2

(b) 1/âˆš2

(c) âˆš3/2

(d) 0

4)Â

(a) âˆš3

(b) 1/2

(c) âˆš3/2

(d) 5

5)Â

(a) 0

(b) 1/2

(c) 1/âˆš2

(d) 1

Directions (6-10): The pie chart given below shows the expenditure (in percentage) of Mahesh. The monthly income of Mahesh is Rs. 26000.Â

6) How much does he spend (in Rs) on Rent?

(a) 2080

(b) 2275

(c) 2470

(d) 2840

7) How much more does he spend (in Rs) on the Saving and Fuel taken together than Transport?

(a) 5850

(b) 6060

(c) 7020

(d) 8420

8) Had his income been Rs 22,000, how much less he would have spent on Miscellaneous (in Rs)?

(a) 510

(b) 680

(c) 765

(d) 935

9) If he invests 65% of his savings on purchasing gold, then how much amount (in Rs) does he spend on gold?

(a) 3312

(b) 4124

(c) 3522

(d) 3718

10) What will be the approximate difference (in Rs) between the average expenditure on Saving, Rent and Fuel and average expenditure on Food, Transport and Savings?

(a) 433

(b) 444

(c) 417

(d) 467

Amount spend in rent = 260 Ã— 8 = 2080

Req. Amount = 27 Ã— 260 = 7020

Req. amount = 260 Ã— 17 â€“ 220 Ã— 17

= 4420 â€“ 3740 = 680

65% of his saving on purchasing gold

Total amount = 5720

Spend on gold = 57.2 Ã— 65 = 3718