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## Quantitative Aptitude Question Answers 4

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 Question 1
The difference between the length and the breadth of a rectangle is 23 m. If its perimeter is 206 m, then its area is:
 A 1520 m² B 2420 m² C 2480 m² D 2520 m²
 Question 2
Length of a certain rectangular field is 25 cm. If the length is more by 5 than double its breadth what is the difference between length and breadth?
 A 12 cm B 18 cm C 15 cm D 13 cm
 Question 3
Read the instructions given below to answer the question that follows: If A represents +, B represents – , C represents ×, D represents ÷, E represents 5, F represents 6, G represents 7, H represents 8. Which of the following will give the answer, which is equal to E + F?
 A [(F C H) AE] D E B [(F C H) A G] D E C [(F C H) A G] D G D [(F C H) DG] D E
 Question 4
Read the instructions given below to answer the question that follows: If A represents +, B represents – , C represents ×, D represents ÷, E represents 5, Frepresents 6, G represents 7, H represents 8. Which of the following will give the answer equal to lowest even prime number?
 A (F C F) B (E C H) B (F C G) B(E C E) C (F C G) B (E C H) D (G C G) B (E C H)
 Question 5
is correct? If + means /, / means *, * means – and – means +, then which one of the following
 A 18 / 6 * 7 + 5 – 2 = 22 B 18 * 6 + 7 / 5 – 2 = 16 C 18 / 6 – 7 + 5 * 2 = 20 D 18 + 6 / 7 * 5 – 2 = 18
 Question 6
If < means *, * means +, + means /, > means –, then 192 + 12 > 79 * 6 < 9 equals to?
 A -15 B -9 C 0 D 11
 Question 7
A train travels from City X to City Y which are 840 km apart and in different time zones at an average speed of 60 kmph and arrives in City Y at 6:00 in the evening (City Y time). At what hour in the morning, City X time did the train depart for City Y? (Note: the time in City X is an hour ahead that of City Y)
 A 4:00 B 5:00 C 6:00 D 7:00
 Question 8
An automobile passes City X at 9:55 A.M. and City Y at 10:15 A.M.. City X is 30 miles from City Y. What is the average speed of the automobile, in miles per hour?
 A 10 B 30 C 90 D 120
 Question 9
A train covers the distance 'd' between two cities in 'h' hours, arriving 2 hours late. At what speed should it travel to arrive on schedule?
 A h - 2 B (d/h) - 2 C d /(h - 2) D dh - 2
 Question 10
Ram beats Laxman by 20 m in a 100 m race. Bharat beats Laxman by 25 m in a 100 m race. If they run at the same speed in a 400 m race, by how many meters will Bharat beat Ram?
 A 5 B 10 C 20 D 25
 Question 11
A sales executive can complete a task in 10 hours, working at a particular rate. What would be the time taken by him to complete the same task if he works 10 times more than his usual rate?
 A 100 hours B 1 hour C 10 hours D 5 hours
 Question 12
A teller can give Rs.100 in 3 minutes. How much would it give every minute, if its efficiency increases by 3 times?
 A Rs.100 B Rs.50 C Rs.150 D Rs.66.66
 Question 13
Ram is twice as efficient as Shyam. If Shyam finishes a job in 10 days, how many days will Ram take to finish the same job?
 A 4 days B 5 days C 6 days D None of the options
 Question 14
The average monthly income of P and Q is Rs.5050. The average monthly income of Q and R is Rs.6250 and the average monthly income of P and R is Rs.5200. The monthly income of P is:
 A Rs.3500 B Rs.4000 C Rs.4050 D Rs.5000
 Question 15
The average age of 50 students in the class is 16 years. When 10 new students admitted, the average is increased by 3 months. What is the average age of new students?
 A 17.25 years B 17.3 years C 17.5 years D 18.5 years
 Question 16
The average of n successive natural number is 'K'. How many next successive natural number should be included in the group, so that the new average of the whole group is 'K+2'?
 A Two B Four C Five D Can't be determined
 Question 17
Use the information provided in the following pie charts. The total contribution to the GDP by the seven sectors mentioned in the pie charts in the year 1999 was Rs.299640 crores and Rs.327000 crores in the year 2000. Which of the following industry sectors witnessed a negative growth during the period 1999-2000?
 A Auto B Defence C Steel D Petroleum
 Question 18
Use the information provided in the following pie charts. The total contribution to the GDP by the seven sectors mentioned in the pie charts in the year 1999 was Rs.299640 crores and Rs.327000 crores in the year 2000. What was the rate of growth witnessed by the Software & IT sector during the period 1999-2000?
 A 1% B 12% C 33% D 21%
 Question 19
Use the information provided in the following pie charts. The total contribution to the GDP by the seven sectors mentioned in the pie charts in the year 1999 was Rs.299640 crores and Rs.327000 crores in the year 2000.   Which of the following industry sectors witnessed the maximum rate of growth during the period 1999-2000?
 A Petroleum B & IT Software C Media Ad & D Cement
 Question 20
Calculate the least number which when divided by 18, 21, 30 and 84 leaves 5 as remainder each time.
 A 1260 B 1375 C 1265 D 875
 Question 21
What is the greatest number of three digits which when divided by 12, 15, 24 and 40 leaves 9, 12, 21 and 37 respectively as remainders?
 A 757 B 657 C 857 D 957
 Question 22
Find the number nearest to 14500 which is exactly divisible by 635.
 A 14,595 B 17,300 C 14,605 D 14585
 Question 23
Two bells start tolling together. One tolls 4 times in 5 seconds. The other tolls two times in three seconds. How many times will they toll together again in 1 minute?
 A 5 B 6 C 7 D 8
 Question 24
The growth rate of a company on an average is 8%. In a particular year the growth rate is 7%. What is the percentage decline in the growth rate of the company?
 A 12% B 12.75% C 12.5% D 13%
 Question 25
Anne purchased a laptop for Rs. 30000. She paid Rs. 12500 as her first installment. What percent of the amount is yet to be paid?
 A 58.33% B 68.33% C 78.33% D 80.33%
 Question 26
If the price of gasoline increases by 25% and Rini intends to spend only 15% more on gasoline, then by what percent should she reduce the quantity of gasoline that she buys?
 A 10% B 12.5% C 8% D 12%
 Question 27
Three numbers are in the ratio of 2:3:4. If the sum of the reciprocals of the first and the third numbers exceed the second number by 5/4, find the second number.
 A 1 B 2 C 3 D 4
 Question 28
Two alloys containing copper and iron are in the ratio 5:9 and 4:3. If they are melted in equal quantities, the ratio of copper to iron in the resultant alloy will be:
 A 9:12 B 13:15 C 17:18 D 40:51
 Question 29
A milkman has 25 liters of milk. He removes 5 liters of milk and adds 5 liters water. This operation is repeated. How many liters of milk is there in the resultant solution?
 A 15 B 16 C 18 D 20
 Question 30
A invested Rs.40000 and withdrew Rs.10000 after 8 months. B invested Rs.2500 every month for the entire year. Find the ratio of their profits which is directly proportional to their investments.
 A 88:39 B 39:88 C 40:25 D 39:25
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