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Question 1 |
The average weight of a class of 24 students
is 36 years. When the weight of the teacher
is also included, the average weight
increases by 1kg. What is the weight of the
teacher?
60 Kgs | |
61 Kgs | |
37 Kgs | |
65 Kgs |
Question 2 |
The average wages of a worker during a
fortnight comprising 15 consecutive working
days was Rs.90 per day. During the first 7
days, his average wages was Rs.87/day and
the average wages during the last 7 days
was Rs.92 /day. What was his wage on the
8th day?
Rs.83 | |
Rs.92 | |
Rs.90 | |
Rs.97 |
Question 3 |
The average temperature on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday was 25 degrees. The
average temperature on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday was 24 degrees. If the
temperature on Saturday was 27 degrees,
what was the temperature on Wednesday?
24 degrees | |
21 degrees | |
27 degrees | |
30 degrees |
Question 4 |
Four cricketers Sachin, Sehwag, Dravid and
Saurav played in four one-day matches - I,
II, III and IV. Their scores are given below
and it is assumed that other players didn’t
get their turn to bat:'DNB' stands for Did Not Bat.
What is the total percentage of runs scored
by Sachin in all the matches?
30% | |
27.38% | |
38% | |
Cannot be
determined
from the
given data. |
Question 5 |
Four cricketers Sachin, Sehwag, Dravid and
Saurav played in four one-day matches - I,
II, III and IV. Their scores are given below
and it is assumed that other players didn’t
get their turn to bat:'DNB' stands for Did Not Bat.What is the least difference in the average of
two players?
(Do not consider the "DNB")
32.5 | |
57 | |
89.5 | |
None of the
options |
Question 6 |
Four cricketers Sachin, Sehwag, Dravid and
Saurav played in four one-day matches - I,
II, III and IV. Their scores are given below
and it is assumed that other players didn’t
get their turn to bat:'DNB' stands for Did Not Bat.
Who has obtained the highest average?
(Do not consider "DNB")
Sachin | |
Sehwag | |
Dravid | |
Saurav |
Question 7 |
The lowest among these numbers will be:
a | |
b | |
c | |
d |
Question 8 |
Find the smallest number which on adding
17 to it is exactly divisible by 32, 48 and 72.
271 | |
278 | |
274 | |
279 |
Question 9 |
Find the greatest number of 5 digits which
when divided by 9, 15, 18 and 21 leaves
remainders 5, 11, 14 and 17 respectively.
99536 | |
99538 | |
97536 | |
97538 |
Question 10 |
Obtain the greatest number which, when it
divides 69, 141, 189, leaves the same
remainder.
32 | |
16 | |
66 | |
24 |
Question 11 |
The difference between the value of a
number that is increased by 12.5%, and the
value of the original number decreased by
25% is 30. What is the original number?
60 | |
80 | |
40 | |
120 |
Question 12 |
A tea seller has two brands of tea, Brand X
costing 4 bits per pound and Brand B costing
2 bits per pound. He mixes the two brands
to get a 20 pound mixture. He sells this at 4
bits per pound making a profit of 33 1/3
percent. What is the percentage of Brand X
in the mixture?
25% | |
33.33% | |
50% | |
66.66% |
Question 13 |
In an election there were two candidates. A
total of 1000 votes were polled and 145
votes were declared invalid. The successful
candidate got 5 votes for every 4 votes his
opponent got. By what percentage of the
total valid votes did the winner defeated his
opponent?
55.55% | |
11.11% | |
20% | |
9.5% |
Question 14 |
Water and milk are mixed in the ratio of 3:5.
How many liters of milk should be added to
16 liters of the mixture to make the ratio of
water and milk 1:2?
2 liters | |
4 liters | |
3 liters | |
2.5 liters |
Question 15 |
A man gets a message every minute, and
manages to answer 70% of them. How
many messages does he answer in a day?
504 | |
720 | |
1008 | |
1440 |
Question 16 |
1 | |
1/2 | |
1/3 | |
1/4 |
Question 17 |
Find the greatest of the three numbers
which are in the ratio 3:2:4, if the sum of
their squares is 1856
16 | |
23 | |
232 | |
1024 |
Question 18 |
Ash opens a savings account in a bank with
the annual interest rate of 16%. If she
deposits Rs.8000.00 to the account, and the
interest is compounded quarterly, how much
interest will she earn after 1 year?
960 | |
1000 | |
1020 | |
1359 |
Question 19 |
Find the time taken in years for Rs.20000 to
earn an interest of Rs.5194 at 3% interest,
compounded annually.
6 | |
7 | |
8 | |
9 |
Question 20 |
Which of the following is a better
investment?
1) Interest compounded annually at 24%
2) Interest compounded monthly at 2%
1 | |
2 | |
Both are the same | |
Cannot be
determined |
Question 21 |
A certain sum of money kept at compound
nterest doubles itself in 2 years. In how
many years will it become 32 times the
original sum?
20 years | |
10 years | |
64 years | |
32 years |
Question 22 |
A certain sum of money kept at compound
nterest doubles itself in 2 years. In how
many years will it become 32 times the
original sum?
20 years | |
10 years | |
64 years | |
32 years |
Question 23 |
What do we get on converting 0.0000989
km to millimeters and dividing the result by
0.01?
9.89 | |
98.9 | |
989 | |
9890 |
Question 24 |
0.039 | |
0.235 | |
0.25 | |
2 |
Question 25 |
Two-third of seven-fifth of five-sixth of a
number is what percentage of that number?
77% | |
66% | |
67% | |
78% |
Question 26 |
A man bought some oranges at the rate of
14 oranges for Re.1. How many oranges
should he sell per rupee to make a profit of
40%?
10 | |
12 | |
8 | |
9 |
Question 27 |
A showroom offers one item free on the
purchase of every five items. What is the
discount offered by the showroom?
20% | |
16.66% | |
16% | |
25% |
Question 28 |
A trader decides to sell a kilogram of sugar
at its cost price. But he uses false weights
and sells only 900 grams instead of a
kilogram. What is the percentage of profit?
10% | |
11.11% | |
11% | |
10.11% |
Question 29 |
A vendor on discovering that 20% of the
eggs were rotten, increased his selling price
by 15% more than the 15% he was already
5.8% | |
6.3% | |
6.8% | |
7.2% |
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