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Solved May 2012 SET Quantitative Aptitude Question Paper

Aug 8, 2018 11:29 IST
    Solved May 2012 SET Quantitative Aptitude Question Paper
    Solved May 2012 SET Quantitative Aptitude Question Paper

    Symbiosis University is a very well known University and has many colleges under it for higher education. Find here the Solved Quantitative Aptitude Question Paper from Symbiosis Entrance Test conducted by Symbiosis University. It has 40 questions in it and was conducted in May 2012.

    1. 5 oxen or 10 cows can eat the grass in a field in 30 days. In how many days will 20 oxen and 20 cows consume it ?

    (a) 5 days

    (b) 10 days

    (c) 15 days

    (d) 20 days

    Answer: A

    2. By increasing the speed of his car by 10 kms per hour, a motorist covers 200 kms in an hour less than before. Find the original speed of the car.

    (a) 30 kms/hr

    (b) 40 kms/hr

    (c) 20 kms/hr

    (d) 15 kms/hr

    Answer: B

    3. Three men begin to fill a tank, one brings 1 litre every minute, another 2 litres every two minutes and the third 3 litres every three minutes. If the tank capacity is 40 litres then it will get filled in

    (a) 10 minutes

    (b) 14 minutes

    (c) 16 minutes

    (d) 15 minutes

    Answer: C

    4. A man starts from point 'P' at 5 a.m. and runs at a speed of 8 km per hour. Another man starts at 7 a.m. from point 'P' and runs in the same direction at a speed of 12 km per hour. At what time will they meet ?

    (a) 11 a.m.

    (b) 12 p.m.

    (c) 11.30 a.m.

    (d) 10.30 a.m.

    Answer: B

    Solved May 2012 SET Quantitative Aptitude Question Paper

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