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## Quantitative Aptitude Questions

December 7th, 2011 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

1. The average age of a woman and her daughter is 16 years. The ratio of their ages in 7 : 1 respectively. What is the woman’s age?
a. 4 years
b. 28 years
c. 32 years
d. 6 years
e. None of these

2. Deven Invests Rs. 2,34,558 which is 25% of his annual income, in National Saving schemes. Whar is his monthly income?
a. Rs. 9,38,232
b. Rs. 78,186
c. Rs. 4,69,116
d. Rs. 2,34,558
e. None of these

3. A boat goes 24 km upstream and 28 km downstream in 6 hours. It goes 30 km upstream and 21 km downstream in 6 hours and 30 minutes. The speed of the stream is
a. 10 km/h
b. 5 km/h
c. 4 km/h
d. 6 km/h
e. None of these

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## Math Questions

August 16th, 2011 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Direction for next 3 Questions: Answer the Questions on the basis of the text given below.

There are 3 bottles and a jug. The bottles each have a capacity of 5 liters but are partially filled with water. The jug also has some water in it. The sum of the water in the jug and water in the first bottle is half of the total jug capacity. When the first bottle and third bottle are emptied into the jug, it contains 6 liters of water. When the second and the third bottle are emptied into the jug, it contains 7 liters of water. When all the bottles are poured into the jug, it’s filled to its capacity. The first and second bottles contain a total of 7 liters.

1. What percentage of total capacity of the bottles is filled with water?
a) 20% – 40%
b) 40% – 60%
c) 60% – 80%
d) 30% – 50%

2. What is the capacity of the jug? (In liters)
a) 7
b) 8
c) 9
d) 10

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## Profit and Loss Questions

August 6th, 2011 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

1. A shopkeeper sells one transistor for Rs. 840 at a gain of 20% and another for Rs. 960 at a loss of 4%. His total gain or loss percent is:
a. 5 15/17% Loss
b. 5 15/17% Gain
c. 6 2/3% Gain
d. None of these

2. On selling 17 balls at Rs. 720, there is a loss equal to the cost price of 5 balls. The cost price of a ball is:
a. Rs. 45
b. Rs. 50
c. Rs. 55
d. Rs. 60

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## Quantitative Ability Questions

August 5th, 2011 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Directions for next 3  questions: Answer the quantitative ability questions on the basis of the information given below.

Consider a cylinder of height n cms and radius 3/π cms. A string of width h cms, when would around the cylinder without keeping any space between two turns, covers the lateral surface of the cylinder completely.

1. What is the required length of the string?
a. 6n/h cms
b. 12h/c cms
c. 36n/h cms
d. 6n cms

2. The same string is wound on the exterior four walls of a cube, making eqully spaced 6 turns starting from point A and ending at point B exactly above A. If ‘a’ is the side of the cube then find the relation between a and n. (Let h = 1 in the above question and neglect it in this question)
a. a = 3/2√n
b. a = 1/4n
c. n = √3/2a²
d. a = 1/2n²

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## Problems on Ages Questions

August 2nd, 2011 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

1. Ayesha’s father was 38 years of age when she was born while her mother was 36 years old when her brother four years younger to her was born. What is the difference between the ages of her parents?
a. 2 years
b. 4 years
c. 6 years
d. 8 years

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## Time and Work Questions

July 22nd, 2011 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

1. A is thrice as good as workman as B and therefore is able to finish a job in 60 days less than B. Working together, they can do it in:
a. 20 days
b. 22 1/2 days
c. 25 days
d. 30 days

2. A can do a piece of work in 4 hours; B and C together can do it in 3 hours, while A and C together can do it in 2 hours. How long will B alone take to do it?
a. 8 hours
b. 10 hours
c. 12 hours
d. 24 hours

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## Quantitative Ability Questions

April 18th, 2011 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Quantitative Ability Questions- Direction for next 2 Quantitative Ability Questions: Answer the following quantitative ability questions on the basis of data given below.
x , y , z are positive integers such that x + y + z = 100,

1. Find the probability that x > 20, y > 10 , z > 20 .
a) 23/99
b) 1/7
c) 7/33
d) 1/8
e) 8/33

2. Find the number of possible solutions for the equation in the previous question, If 25 < x < 51, y > 10 and z > 15.
a) 900
b) 1176
c) 4075
d) 236

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## Quantitative Questions

January 15th, 2011 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Sample Quantitative Questions: Direction for next 2 Quantitative questions: Answer the following quantitative questions on the basis of data given below. x , y , z are positive integers such that x + y + z = 100,

1. Find the probability that x > 20, y > 10 , z > 20 .
a) 23/99
b) 1/7
c) 7/33
d) 1/8
e) 8/33

2. Find the number of possible solutions for the equation in the previous question, If 25 < x < 51, y > 10 and z > 15.
a) 900
b) 1176

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## Quantitative Ability Questions

December 16th, 2010 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Directions for next 3 quantitative ability questions: Answer the quantitative ability questions based on the following information.

In Las Vegas, there are six major casinos, Casinos A, D and F are very lucky for Big B, as he always wins when he plays at any of these casinos. But at B, C and E casinos, he always loses. At A, D and F casinos, the ratio of his earnings is 1:4:6, at D he wins Rs. 200. At B, C and E the ratio of his losses is 5:3:2, and at B he losses Rs. 100.

It costs him Rs. 20 per km to travel between any two casinos. Big B also has to pay 40% of his earning at the previous casino as the entry fees in the next casino.
The values in the brackets are distance in km.

1. If Big B follows A-B-C-D-E-F route, at which casino his loss will be maximum. Consider traveling charges and entry fess as loss.
a. B
b. C
c. E
d. None of these

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## Quantitative Ability Sample Questions

November 27th, 2010 | | Posted in Quantitative Ability

Direction for next 2 Quantitative Ability Sample Questions: Answer the quantitative ability sample questions on the basis of the text given below

In a cricket game, 3 batsman A , B and C performed well . The runs are scored in 6’s , 4’s and 1’s only. The number of B’s sixes are greater by 50% than that of C and less by 25% than that of A. The number of B’s fours are greater by 50% than that of A and less by 25% than that of C. Maximum numbers of one’s is scored by C which is 50% greater than that of A, and B’s is 25% greater than that of A . The number of balls and number of runs scored are same. Also 276 runs are scored in the game. Runs scored from 6’s are 75% of the runs scored from 4’s . A score 40 ones.

1. Who scores maximum runs ?
a) A
b) B
c) C
d) A & B
e ) B & C

2. How many balls were dot balls?
a) 126
b) 150
c) 76

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