# SSC Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Day-73)

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1) (a) sin4 x

(b) cos2 x

(c) sin2 x

(d) cos4 x

2) If sin x =
1/3 and cos y = 1/3, then what is the value of sin (x + y)?

(a) 2/3

(b) 4/9

(c) 5/9

(d) 1

3) (a) tan ((x+y)/2)

(b) tan ((x-y)/2)

(c) cot ((x-y)/2)

(d) cot ((x + y)/2)

4) What is the value of sec12° sin12° tan38° tan78° tan52°?

(a) 1

(b) 3

(c) 1/2

(d) 3/2

5) (a) 2 cos θ

(b) 2

(c) 2 cot θ

(d) 2 tan θ

Direction (6-10): The given pie chart shows the various expenses (in percent) incurred by publisher on publishing a book. 6) If the total amount spend on publishing the book is Rs 68000, then what will be the amount (in Rs) spend on Advertising?

(a) 11560

(b) 12240

(c) 9520

(d) 8160

7) If the amount spend on Binding is Rs 14400, then what will be the amount (in Rs) spend on Paper?

(a) 7200

(b) 20400

(c) 15600

(d) 16800

8) By how much percent the total amount spend on Paper and Binding is less than the amount spend on Printing?

(a) 21.21

(b) 45.45

(c) 30.3

(d) 33.33

9) By how much the average amount spend on Printing, Paper and Royalty is more (in Rs) than the average amount spend on Advertising and Binding if total amountspend on Publication is Rs 150000?

(a) 9500

(b) 10000

(c) 7500

(d) 9000

10) For 11000 books the expenses incurred on others is Rs 36960. If publisher wants a profit of 25%, then what should be the marked price (in Rs) of each book?

(a) 56

(b) 76

(c) 70

(d) 50   Only option (d) satisfies the given equation.

Tan 12°. Tan 38°. Tan 78°. Tan 52°.

= Cot 78°. Cot 52°. Tan 78°. Tan 52°

= 1

Put θ = 30° Only option (d) satisfies the given expression.

= 18/100 × 68000

= 12240

If 12% of given = 14400

Then amount spend on paper will be

= 14400/12 × 14

= 16800

Paper & binding = 26%

Amount spend on Printing = 33%

= (33 –26)/33 × 100%

= 7/33 × 100% = 21.21%

Printing, paper & Royalty

= 33 + 14 + 17

= 64%

Avg. = 64/3%

Amount on Advertising & Binding = 30%

Avg.= 30/2=15%

Difference = (21.33 – 15)%

= 19/3%

Amount = 150000× 19/300

= 9 500

Others 6% = 36960

Total = 616000

M.P. of each book = 56 × 5/4

= 14 × 5

= 70Rs.

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