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Practice Set for SSC Quantitative Aptitude (Miscellaneous Set-10)

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    We observed that previous year questions are more probable to be repeated in the exams like SSC CGL and etc. Our devoted SSC team of Jagranjosh.com has framed  a quiz of 25 questions taken from the diverse previous examinations i.e. IBPS, RBI, SSC and other exams. while operating on these questions, fix a time frame in mind for getting skilled in these examinations, especially. As quantitative section requires the following attributes from you.

    -          Quick & Hasty manipulations.

    -          Fast/Accelerated observations of Problems.

    -          A better understanding of observing question and applied formulas.

    -          Diverse and alternative tricks to simplify questions and etc.

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    Practice paper of Quantitative Aptitude for SSC Exams (Miscellaneous Set-9)

    Practice Set for SSC Quantitative Aptitude (Miscellaneous Set-10)

     Quantitative Aptitude

    Directions (Q. Nos. 1 to 2): Study the information given below and answer the questions that follow.

    A building consists of men and women who spend their leisure time in watching movies, learning dance and learning singing. 8 men, who form ten per cent of the total number of men in the building, learn to dance. The total number of men in the building, learn to dance. The total number of women in the building is 62.5 per cent of the total number of men in the building. Twenty-four per cent of the total number of women learns to sing. One-fifth of the total number of women watches movies. The ratio of the number of men watching movies to the number of women doing the same is 13:2 respectively.

    1. The number of men who like watching movies is what per cent of the total number of men in the building?

    a. 79.75

    b. 83.45

    c. 81.25

    d. 72.15

    e. None of these

    2. What is the total number of members (men and women together) learning singing?

    a. 21

    b. 13

    c. 13

    d. 15

    e. None of these

    Directions (Q. Nos. 3 to 7): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?

    3. 3, 732, 1244, 1587, 1803, 1928?

    a. 2144

    b. 1992

    c. 1955

    d. 2053

    e. None of these

    4. 16, 24, ?, 210, 945, 5197.5, 33783.76

    a. 40

    b. 36

    c. 58

    d. 60

    e. None of these

    5. 45030, 9000, 1795, 355, 68, ?, 1.32

    a. 11.6

    b. 12.2

    c. 10.4

    d. 9.8

    e. None of these

    6. 5, 12, 36, 123, ?, 2555, 15342

    a. 508

    b. 381

    c. 504

    d. 635

    e. None of these

    7. 8, 11, 17, ?, 65, 165.5, 498.5

    a. 27.5

    b. 32

    c. 28

    d. 30.5

    e. None of these

    Directions (Q. Nos. 8 to 12): Each of the questions given below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements is sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and

    Give answer (a) if the data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question

    Give answer (b) if the data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question

    Give answer (c) if the data in statement I alone or in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question

    Give answer (d) if the data in both the statements I and II is not sufficient to answer the question

    Give answer (e) if the data in both the statements I and II together is necessary to answer the question

    8. What is the salary of C, in a group of A, B, C, D and E whose average salary is Rs. 48250?

    I. C’s salary is 1.5 times B’s salary.

    II. Average salary of A and B is Rs. 23500.

    9. What is the per cent profit earned by selling a car for Rs. 640000?

    I. The amount of profit earned on selling the car was Rs. 320000.

    II. The selling price of the car was twice the cost price.

    10. What is the rate of interest per cent per annum?

    I. An amount of Rs. 14350 gives a simple interest of Rs. 11450 in four years.

    II. The amount doubles itself in 5 years with simple interest.

    11. What is the two digit number?

    I. The difference between the two digits of the number is 9.

    II. The product of the two digits of the number is 0.

    12. What is the perimeter of the rectangle?

    I. The area of the rectangle is 252 sq m.

    II. The ratio of length to breadth of the rectangle is 9 : 7 respectively.

    Directions (Q. Nos. 13 to 15): Study the given information carefully to answer the questions that follow.

    A committee of 6 teachers is to be formed out of 4 Science teachers, 5 Arts teachers and 3 Commerce teachers. In how many different ways can the committee be formed if

    13. Two teachers from each stream are to be included?

    a. 210

    b. 180

    c. 145

    d. 96

    e. None of these

    14. No teacher from the Commerce stream is to be included?

    a. 81

    b. 62

    c. 46

    d. 84

    e. None of these

    15. Any teacher can be included in the committee?

    a. 626

    b. 718

    c. 924

    d. 844

    e. None of these

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

    Number of people (in hundreds) participating in the Annual Fair from six different towns over the years

    16. Number of people participating in the Fair from town P in the year 2010 forms approximately what per cent of the total number of people participating in the Fair from that town over all the years together?

    a. 19

    b. 24

    c. 27

    d. 12

    e. 15

    17. What is the respective ratio of total number of people participating in the Fair from town S in the years 2006 and 2007 together to the number of people participating in the Fair from town R in the same years?

    a. 8 : 9

    b. 110 : 127

    c. 136 : 143

    d. 11 : 12

    e. None of these

    18. What is the per cent increase in the number of people participating in the Fair from town T in the year 2009 from the previous year? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal)

    a. 4.15

    b. 3.77

    c. 1.68

    d. 2.83

    e. None of these

    19. What is the average number of people participating in the Fair from town U over all the years together? (Rounded off to the nearest integer)

    a. 515

    b. 523

    c. 567

    d. 541

    e. 538

    20. How many people participated in the Fair from all the town together in the year 2005?

    a. 3290

    b. 3100

    c. 3240

    d. 3170

    e. None of these

    Directions (Q. Nos. 21 to 25): Study the following pie-charts carefully to answer the questions that follow.

    Percentage break-up of number of children in five different villages and break-up of children attending school from those villages

    21. What is the respective ratio of total number of children from village O to the number of children attending school from the same village?

    a. 204 : 145

    b. 179 : 131

    c. 167 : 111

    d. 266 : 137

    e. None of these

    22. What is the number of children attending school from village N?

    a. 145

    b. 159

    c. 170

    d. 164

    e. None of these

    23. What is the total number of children not attending school from villages M and N together?

    a. 69

    b. 56

    c. 76

    d. 63

    e. None of these

    24. What is the total number of children from villages P and M together?

    a. 1422

    b. 1142

    c. 1122

    d. 1211

    e. None of these

    25. The number of children attending school from village L is approximately what per cent of the total number of children from that village?

    a. 78

    b. 72

    c. 57

    d. 84

    e. 66

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