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You have scored 3 out of 10
You Scored:
2
Total Questions:
2
Attended Questions:
2
Correct Answered:
2
1. Can you find the answer for the below equation
236 / 597 * 587 + 592 - 583
247.05
238.05
241.05
245.05
243.05
Explanation:
Given Question is 236 / 597 * 587 + 592 - 583
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get (Bracket Of Division) ( 236 / 597 ) * 587 + 592 - 583 = 0.39*587+592-583 = 241.05
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2. Which one of the following can't be the square of natural number ?
30976
75625
28561
143642
None of these
Explanation:
The square of a natural number nerver ends in 2. 143642 is not the square of natural number.
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3. Can you find the answer for the below equation
9 + 15 * 11 - 13 / 17
173.24
170.24
177.24
179.24
175.24
Explanation:
Given Question is 9 + 15 * 11 - 13 / 17
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get (Bracket Of Division) 9 + 15 * 11- ( 13/ 17 ) = 9 + 15 * 11- 0.76 = 173.24
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4. What is 13.75% of 3000?
410.44
412.5
416.63
408.38
None of these
Explanation:
13.75% of 3000 = (13.75/100 ) x 3000 = 412.5
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5. A is two years older than B who is twice as old as C. If the total of the ages of A, B and C be 27, then how old is B?
7
8
9
10
None of these
Explanation:
Given
Let C's age be x years.
Then, B's age = 2x years.
A's age = (2x + 2) years.
(2x + 2) + 2x + x = 27
5x = 25
x = 5.
Hence, B's age
= 2x
= 2 * 5
= 10 years.
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6. Find the next number in the the below series
9, 34, 62, 93, _____
126
125
128
127
None of these
Explanation:
In the given series, 9, 34, 62, 93 ,
Consecutive numbers increase by 25 ,28 ,31.
Following the same pattern, the next number should increase by 34.
When we add 34 to the last number (i.e 93) we get 34+93=127
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7. Can you find the answer for the below equation
108 - 257 * 262 + 265 / 254
-67218.96
-67227.96
-67220.96
-67224.96
-67222.96
Explanation:
Given Question is 108 - 257 * 262 + 265 / 254
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get 108 - 257 * 262+ ( 265/ 254 ) = 108 - 257 * 262+ 1.04 = -67224.96
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8. Find the next number in the the below series
9, 28, 54, 87, _____
128
129
124
127
None of these
Explanation:
In the given series, 9, 28, 54, 87 ,
Consecutive numbers increase by 19 ,26 ,33.
Following the same pattern, the next number should increase by 40.
When we add 40 to the last number (i.e 87) we get 40+87=127
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9. Find the next number in the the below series
19, 45, 72, 100, _____
129
131
126
130
None of these
Explanation:
In the given series, 19, 45, 72, 100 ,
Consecutive numbers increase by 26 ,27 ,28.
Following the same pattern, the next number should increase by 29.
When we add 29 to the last number (i.e 100) we get 29+100=129
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10. Can you find the approximate value for the below equation
60.99 / 71.99 * 58.01 - 65.01 + 54.01
14
22
66
38
85
Explanation:
Given Question is 60.99 / 71.99 * 58.01 - 65.01 + 54.01
when we apply BODMAS RULE and round it off, we get => ( 61 / 72 ) * 58 - 65 + 54 = 1*58-65+54 = 38
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11. There is 60% increase in an amount in 6 years at simple interest. What will be the compound interest of Rs.12,000 after 3 years at the same rate?
Rs.3972
Rs.2160
Rs.3120
Rs.6240
None of these
Explanation:
Let the Principal be, P = Rs. 100
Given, S.I = 60% of 100 = Rs. 60, n = 6 years
Then, Rate of Interest,
r = (S.I * 100 )/ (p * n)
=> r = (60 * 100) / (100 * 6)
=>
r = 10 % p.a
Now, P = Rs. 12,000, n = 3 years, r = 10% p.a
C.I = P {[1 + (r/100)]
^{n }
- 1}
= 12,000 * {[1 + (10/100)]
^{3}
-1}
= 12,000 * [(11/10)
^{3}
-1]
= 12,000 * [(1331/1000) - 1]
= 12,000 * (331/1000)
= 12 * 331
= 3972
Thus,
Compound Interest = Rs. 3972
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12. Which of the following option represents the sides of a right angled triangle?
3 ,4 , 6
4 , 5 , 6
11,60 , 71
11, 60, 61
None of these
Explanation:
For right angled triangle,
Hypotenuse side (largest side) = sqrt(sum of other two sides)
From among the given options
=> 61 = sqrt (11^2 + 60^2)
=> 61 = sqrt(121 + 3600)
=> 61 = sqrt(3721)
=> 61 = 61
Thus 11, 60, 61 forms a right angled triangle.
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13. If the radius of two cone are in the ratio 7:8 and of same height then ratio of their volume is
14 : 57
49 : 66
49 : 46
49 : 56
None of the above
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14. If x + 1 /x = 2 then evaluate x^23 + 1/x^32
23
35
21
2
None of the above
Explanation:
Given, x + (1 /x) = 2
=> (x^2 + 1) / x = 2
=> (x^2 + 1) = 2x
=> x^2 - 2x + 1 = 0
=> (x – 1) (x – 1) = 0
=>
x = 1
Subs x = 1 in the eqn
x^23 + 1/x^32
=> (1)^23 + (1/1^32)
= 1 + 1
= 2
Therefore, x^23 + 1/x^32 = 2
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15. In how many ways can a group of 5 men and 2 women be made out of a total of 7 men and 3 women?
63
90
126
45
None of these
Explanation:
Given
Total Men = 7
Total Women = 3
From total, agroup of
5 men
and
2 women
be made out
Required number of ways
=>(7C5 x 3C2)
=>( 7 * 6 * 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 ) / (5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1) x ( 3 * 2) / ( 2 * 1 )
=>( 7 * 3 ) x ( 3 )
=> 21 * 3
=>
63.
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16. In how many ways 6 people can be arranged in row, if one particular person always wants to stand in the rightmost corner?
5 x 5!
6!
6! - 6
5!
None of the above
Explanation:
Out of 6 person one wants to be in the right most corner, so ignore him
Out of the remaining 5 people, they can be arranged in 5! ways.
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17. Find the value obtained when we substitute z = 3 in the equation z^2 - 5z + 10
13
8
10
4
None of the above
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18. Can you find the approximate value for the below equation
176.01 + 178.99 * 181.01 / 184.01 - 190.99
137
161
189
145
208
Explanation:
Given Question is 176.01 + 178.99 * 181.01 / 184.01 - 190.99
when we apply BODMAS RULE and round it off, we get => 176 + 179 * ( 181/ 184 ) - 191 = 176 + 179 * 1- 191 = 161
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19. What should come in place of X in the below number series?
133, 104, 75, X , 17, -12
46
44
48
45
None of these
Explanation:
The given series is -- 133, 104, 75, X , 17, -12
Consecutive numbers decreases by 29
Following this pattern, the Missing Number X should decrease by 29 from the previous number.
When we subtract 29 to the number before X (i.e 75) we get 75--29=46
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20. Find the next number in the the below series
14, 39, 65, 92, _____
121
122
120
117
None of these
Explanation:
In the given series, 14, 39, 65, 92 ,
Consecutive numbers increase by 25 ,26 ,27.
Following the same pattern, the next number should increase by 28.
When we add 28 to the last number (i.e 92) we get 28+92=120
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21. One Side of a Square measures 16 units. Can you find the Sum of Area and Perimeter of the square ?
272
340
330
310
320
Explanation:
Sum of area & perimeter = (Side x side )+ (4 x Side)
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22. The marked price of a radio is 20% more than its cost price. If a discount of 10% is given on the marked price, find the gain percent.
15%
10%
9%
8%
None of These
Explanation:
Let the
C.P
= 100 Rs.
M.P
= 20% more than 100.
Then, M.P = 100 + 20% of 100 = 120.
He gives discount of
10%
,
Now,
S.P = M.P - 10% of M.P
=> S.P = 120 - 10% of 120 = 108.
Gain = S.P - C.P
= 108 - 100 = 8 Rs.
Gain percent = (Gain / C.P) * 100
= (8 / 100) * 100 = 8%
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23. Can you find the approximate value for the below equation
99.01 / 103.01 - 99.01 + 100.99 * 95.99
9596
9580
9624
9572
9643
Explanation:
Given Question is 99.01 / 103.01 - 99.01 + 100.99 * 95.99
when we apply BODMAS RULE and round it off, we get => ( 99 / 103 ) - 99 + 101 * 96 = 1-99+101*96 = 9596
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24. Find the approximate value for the expression:
44.998 + 12.998 / 2.003 * 12.001 - 6.002
117
127
137
107
None of these
Explanation:
Given Question is 44.998 + 12.998 / 2.003 * 12.001 - 6.002
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question,
Step - 1 : (Bracket Of Division) 45 + ( 13 / 2 ) * 12 - 6 = 45 + 6.5 * 12 - 6
Step - 2 : 45 + ( 6.5 * 12 ) - 6 = 45 + 78 - 6 = 117
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25. If |x-2| < 12 then
x < 14
x < -10
-10 < x < 14
x < 20
None of the above
Explanation:
Given, |x-2| < 12
=> -12 < x -2 < 12
=> -12 + 2 < x < 12 + 2
=> -10 < x < 14
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26. Fourth number is missing in the below series. Can you find the Fourth number in the below series ?
69, 78, 87, X , 105, 114
96
94
98
95
None of these
Explanation:
The given series is -- 69, 78, 87, X , 105, 114
Consecutive numbers increases by 9
Following this pattern, the Missing Number X should increase by 9 from the previous number.
When we add 9 to the number before X (i.e 87) we get 87+9=96
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27. Can you find the approximate value for the below equation
106.01 - 118.99 / 93.01 + 100.99 * 85.99
8765
8773
8789
8817
8836
Explanation:
Given Question is 106.01 - 118.99 / 93.01 + 100.99 * 85.99
when we apply BODMAS RULE and round it off, we get => 106 - ( 119 / 93 ) + 101 * 86 = 106 - 1+ 101 * 86 = 8789
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28. Evaluate the Expression:
14.99% of 940 + 9.99% of 820
233
223
243
213
None of these
Explanation:
Given
14.99% of 940 + 9.99% of 820
15% of 940
=> ( 15 / 100 * 940 )
=> 47 * 3
=>
141
10% of 820
=>( 10 / 100 * 820 )
=> 82 * 1
=>
82
Adding the above 2 results, we get
=>141+82 = 223
=>
223
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29. 40 liters of mixture has 65% milk. How much milk should be added to the mixture to make it 85% pure?(in liters)
79
62
48
53
None of These
Explanation:
Original mixture comprises 40 liters of milk and water.
Out of the 40 liters, 65% is pure milk.
=> ( 65 / 100 ) x 40 = pure milk
=>
26 liters = pure milk
In 40 liters mixture, remaining 14 liters = water
When "
x
" liters of pure milk is added to 40 liters of mixture, to make new mixture 85% pure milk.
New mixture = ( 40 + x ) liters
Milk in new mixture = (26 + x) liters
Given milk in new mixture = 85% of (40 + x)
=> 26 + x = (85/ 100) * (40 + x)
=> 100 * (26 + x) = 85 *(40 + x)
=> 2600 + 100x = 3400 + 85x
=> 100x - 85x = 3400 - 2600
=> 15x = 800
=> x = 800/15
=> x = 53.33
=>
x= 53 (approximately)
Hence we need to "
add 53 liters of pure milk" to the 40 liters of mixtureto make it 85 % pure.
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30. Below Numbers follow a particular pattern. Can you find the next number ?
181, 200, 219, 238, _____
256
255
257
259
None of these
Explanation:
The given series is -- 181, 200, 219, 238
Consecutive numbers increases by 19
Following this pattern, the Missing Number should increase by 19 from the previous number.
When we add 19 to the last number (i.e 238) we get 238+19=257
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