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Quantitative Aptitude questions for SSC Exams (Miscellaneous Set-6)

Aug 24, 2017 12:37 IST
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    The SSC team of Jagranjosh.com has prepared a set of 25 questions taken from the various previous examinations i.e. IBPS, RBI, SSC and other exams. We found that previous year questions are more likely to be repeated in the exams like SSC CGL and etc.

    During solving these questions, keep time limit in mind for mastering in these examinations, especially. As quantitative section requires the following attributes from you.

    -          Faster calculations

    -          Quick understanding of Questions

    -          Better understanding of question handling in terms of formulas

    -          Different and shortcut tricks to solve questions and etc.

    Here is the question set: -

    Quantitative Aptitude

    1. Fifty-three per cent of a number is 358 less than the square of 26. What is the value of three-fourth of 23 per cent of that number?

    a. 101

    b. 109.5

    c. 113

    d. 103.5

    e. None of these

    3. The simple interest accrued on a sum of certain principal is Rs. 2000 in five years at the rate of 4% per annum. What would be the compound interest accrued on same principal at same rate in two years?

    a. Rs. 716

    b. Rs. 724

    c. Rs. 824

    d. Rs. 816

    e. None of these

    4. Rehaan purchased a bike for Rs. 54000. He sold it at a loss of 8 per cent. With that money he again purchased another bike and sold it at a profit of 10 per cent. What is his overall loss/profit?

    a. Loss of Rs. 657

    b. Profit of Rs. 567

    c. Loss of Rs. 648

    d. Profit of Rs. 648

    e. None of these

    Directions (Q. Nos. 6 to 10):  Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow

    6. What was the total number of males working in Company-A in the year 2007, males working in Company-B in the year 2005 and females working in Company-D in the year 2006 together?

    a. 1550

    b. 1600

    c. 1450

    d. 1400

    e. None of these

    7. What was the average number of female employees working in all the companies together in the year 2004?

    a. 475

    b. 385

    c. 450

    d. 300

    e. None of these

    8. Total number of male employees working in Company-C over all the years together was approximately what percentage of total number of employees working in the year 2007 in all the companies together?

    a. 41

    b. 46

    c. 51

    d. 55

    e. 59

    9. If 20 per cent of male and 30 per cent of female employees in Company-B in the year 2004 were handicapped, then what was the total number of handicapped candidates in that company in that year?

    a. 185

    b. 170

    c. 190

    d. 195

    e. None of these

    10. What was the respective ratio between the number of males in Company-D in the year 2005, number of females in Company-A in the year 2006 and the number of males in Company-B in the year 2005?

    a. 11 : 5 : 8

    b. 11 : 6 : 8

    c. 12 : 5 : 9

    d. 12 : 5 : 7

    e. 11 : 5 : 9

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

    Number of students (in hundreds) from two different schools who qualified in an exam in six different years

    11. What was the approximate per cent increase in the number of students who qualified in the exam from School-Q in the year 2007 as compared to the previous year?

    a. 30

    b. 36

    c. 45

    d. 49

    e. 26

    12. What was the respective ratio between the number of students who qualified in the exam from School-P in the year 2005 and the number of students who qualified in the exam from School-Q in the year 2008?

    a. 13 : 18

    b. 17 : 18

    c. 17 : 19

    d. 13 : 19

    e. None of these

    13. What was the difference between the total number of students who qualified in the exam in the year 2005 from both the schools together and the total number of students from School-Q who qualified in the exam over all the years together?

    a. 30000

    b. 30500

    c. 29000

    d. 29500

    e. None of these

    14. Total number of students who qualified in the exam from School-P over all the years together was approximately what percentage of total number of students who qualified in the exam from both the schools together in the year 2006 and 2007 together?

    a. 143

    b. 159

    c. 155

    d. 165

    e. 147

    15. If 40 per cent of the total students who qualified in the exam from both the schools together over all the years are females, then what was the total number of males who qualified in the exams over all the years from both the schools together?

    a. 51000

    b. 54000

    c. 56000

    d. 52000

    e. None of these

    Directions (Q. Nos. 16 to 20): Study the following pie-chart carefully to answer these questions.

    16. What was the approximate average number of passengers in Train-S, Train-M and Train-L together?

    a. 1521

    b. 1641

    c. 1651

    d. 1671

    e. 1691

    17. If in Train-R 34 per cent of the passengers are females and 26 per cent are children, what is the number of males in that train?

    a. 306

    b. 316

    c. 308

    d. 318

    e. None of these

    18. Number of passengers in the Train-Q is approximately what percentage of the total number of passengers in Train-A and Train-R?

    a. 90

    b. 70

    c. 75

    d. 80

    e. 86

    19. Which train has second highest number of passengers?

    a. A

    b. Q

    c. S

    d. M

    e. L

    20. How much more per cent (approximately) number of passengers are there in Train-M as compared to the number of passengers in Train-L?

    a. 29

    b. 49

    c. 43

    d. 33

    e. 39

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

    Monthly rent (in Rs. thousands) at five different places in six different years

    21. In which place, the monthly rent did not increase consistently from year 2005 to 2010 ?

    a. Churchgate

    b. Dadar

    c. Kandivali

    d. Borivali

    e. Virar

    22. In which year at Churchgate, the monthly rent increased more than 100% from the previous year?

    a. 2006

    b. 2007

    c. 2008

    d. 2009

    e. 2010

    23. What was the difference between the monthly rent at Dadar in the year 2009 and Borivali in the year 2007?

    a. Rs. 7600

    b. Rs. 7900

    c. Rs. 8100

    d. Rs. 8600

    e. None of these

    24. Monthly rent at Kandivali in the year 2008 was approximately what per cent of the total monthly rent at Virar over all the years together?

    a. 30

    b. 33

    c. 38

    d. 42

    e. 45

    25. Which city was most expensive in terms of rent?

    a. Churchagate

    b. Dadar

    c. Kandivali

    d. Borivali

    e. Virar

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