# Practice Quantitative Aptitude questions for SSC Exams (Miscellaneous Set-8)

In this article, we have posted 25 questions out of several previously asked questions in several recruitment exams. Such questions will prove fruitful to the aspirants. So, Stick to it and take it placidly.

May 24, 2017 13:10 IST
SSC Aptitude questions

The dedicated SSC team of Jagranjosh.com has facilitated you a cluster of 25 questions received from the several previous examinations i.e. IBPS, RBI, SSC and other exams. At the time of  dealing with these questions, you must set time frame in mind for getting skilled in these examinations, especially. As quantitative section requires the following mastership from you.

-          Accelerated manipulations.

-          Quick perception of Questions.

-          Extraordinary comprehension of observing questions in terms of formulas.

-          Diverse and optional tricks to extricate questions and etc.

We have seen that the previous year questions are more probable to be repeated in the exams like SSC CGL and etc. Find the set of questions below: -

Quantitative Aptitude

1. 4 girls can do a piece of work in 8 days, same work 3 boys can do in 9 days, 7 men in 2 days and 5 women in 4 days. Who among them have the minimum capacity of work?

a. Boy

b. Girl

c. Man

d. Woman

e. Both boy and man

2. Sum of eight consecutive numbers of Set A is 376. What is the sum of five consecutive numbers of another set if its minimum number is 15 ahead of average of Set A?

a. 296

b. 320

c. 324

d. 284

e. None of these

3. The ratio between the adjacent angles of a parallelogram are 2 : 3. The smallest angle of a quadrilateral is equal to the half of the smallest angle of a parallelogram. The highest angle of a quadrilateral is 4 times greater than its smallest angle. What is the sum of the highest angle of a quadrilateral and the smallest angles of a parallelogram?

a. 252°

b. 226°

c. 144°

d. 180°

e. None of these

4. Raju buys 550 mL milk everyday. The cost price of 1 litre milk is Rs. 44, then which amount he would paid in 45 days?

a. Rs. 1098

b. Rs. 1079

c. Rs. 1099

d. Rs. 1088

e. None of these

5. In a college, 200 students are there in which 36% are girls. Each boy’s monthly fees is Rs. 480 and each girl paid 25% less monthly fees in comparison to boy. What is the total monthly fees amount paid by boys and girls?

a. Rs. 873400

b. Rs. 867300

c. Rs. 876300

d. Rs. 873600

e. None of these

Directions (Q. Nos. 6 to 10): Study the following graph and answer accordingly.

Number of manufactured televisions by three different companies in six different years (in Thousands)

6. 25% televisions are black and white which are manufactured by Company A in all years, then how many colours televisions are manufactured by Company A in all years?

a. 140000

b. 14000

c. 180000

d. 18000

e. 150000

7. In 2008, the cost price of one television is Rs. 1200, then what is the total expenditure of Company C in this year of his total manufactured televisions?

a. Rs. 40 crore

b. Rs. 52 crore

c. Rs. 5.2 crore

d. Rs. 4 crore

e. Rs. 42 crore

8. What is the percentage increase of manufactured televisions by Company C in 2008 compared to the previous years?

a. 40

b. 45

c. 30

d. 35

e. 25

9. What is the approximate average number manufactured televisions by Company B in all years?

a. 30677

b. 30566

c. 40566

d. 40834

e. 43055

10. What is the respective ratio between the number of manufactured television by Company B in 2006 and the number of manufactured televisions by Company A in 2005?

a. 5 : 4

b. 9 : 5

c. 4 : 3

d. 9 : 7

e. None of these

Directions (Q. Nos. 11 to 15): Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Number of trees planted (in hundreds) by five different NGOs in six different years in two different states

11. What was the respective ratio between the number of trees planted by NGO-A in the year 2006 in state-A and the number of trees planted by NGO-E in the year 2008 in state-B?

a. 36 : 11

b. 36 : 7

c. 11 : 7

d. 14 : 9

e. None of these

12. What was the average number of trees planted by NGO-B in the state-A over all the years together?

a. 1005

b. 1050

c. 1015

d. 1205

e. None of these

13. What was the approximate percentage decrease in the number of trees planted by NGO-C in state-B in the year 2009 as compared to the previous year?

a. 28

b. 22

c. 26

d. 16

e. 20

14. Which NGO planted the second lowest number of trees in both the states together in the year 2009?

a. A

b. B

c. C

d. D

e. E

15. Number of trees planted by NGO-D in the state-B in the year 2007 was approximately what percentage of the number of trees planted by NGO-A in the state-A in the year 2009?

a. 46

b. 52

c. 70

d. 58

e. 64

Directions (Q. Nos. 16 to 20): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Number of flights cancelled by five different airlines in six different years

16. What was the difference between the highest number of flights cancelled by airline-Q and the lowest number of flights cancelled by airline-T out of all the six years?

a. 446

b. 456

c. 432

d. 442

e. None of these

17. What was the approximate percentage increase in number of flights cancelled by airline-S in the year 2008 as compared to previous year?

a. 127

b. 27

c. 150

d. 45

e. 117

18. What was the average number of flights cancelled by the airlines P, R, S and T in the year 2008?

a. 551.5

b. 501

c. 405

d. 442.4

e. None of these

19. In 2010, 40% flights are cancelled by airline-R due to bad weather and technical fault. How many flights are cancelled by airline-R due to technical fault?

a. 528

b. 568

c. 468

d. 548

e. None of these

20. What is the approximate percentage of cancelled flights by airline’s P and R in 2007 compared to cancelled flights by airline-S in 2005?

a. 356

b. 280

c. 265

d. 340

e. 314

Directions (Q. Nos. 21 to 25): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Five sports ─ Hockey, Cricket, Tennis, Badminton and Baseball are included in sports competition. The total number of players in this sports competition is 800. The ratio between the men and women players is 1 : 3. 25% players in Cricket of total players.

110 players plays Badminton, 10% players in Tennis of total players. Hockey players are two times higher than Badminton players, remaining players play Baseball. 30% Cricket players are women. Half women cricketers are equal to Badminton players. 10% players of Hockey players are equal to women Tennis players. Hockey and Baseball have equal women players.

21. What is the ratio between the women Hockey players and men Badminton players?

a. 20 : 13

b. 11 : 20

c. 13 : 20

d. 11 : 23

e. None of these

22. What is the total number of men players in Hockey, Cricket and Baseball?

a. 464

b. 454

c. 462

d. 432

e. None of these

23. What is the percentage of women Baseball players comparison to male Hockey players?

a. 25

b. 34

c. 24

d. 15

e. None of these

24. What is the difference between the male Baseball players and women Tennis players?

a. 58

b. 76

c. 56

d. 68

e. None of these

25. In which sports, women are maximum and male are minimum?

b. Cricket and Hockey

c. Baseball and Cricket

d. Cricket and Tennis

e. Tennis and Hockey

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