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Aptitude Test 7
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You Scored:
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Total Questions:
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Attended Questions:
2
Correct Answered:
2
1. Can you find the answer for the below equation
57 + 50 - 52 * 54 / 58
64.59
55.59
62.59
58.59
60.59
Explanation:
Given Question is 57 + 50 - 52 * 54 / 58
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get (Bracket Of Division) 57 + 50 - 52* ( 54/ 58 ) = 57 + 50 - 52* 0.93 = 58.59
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2. What is the two-digit number?
I. The difference between the two digits is 8.
II. The sum of the digits is equal to 10.
I alone sufficient while II alone not sufficient to answer
II alone sufficient while I alone not sufficient to answer
Either I or II alone sufficient to answer
Both I and II are not sufficient to answer
Both I and II are necessary to answer
Explanation:
Let the tens and units digit of a two digit number be X and Y respectively.
From Statement I:
X - Y = 8 --> (eqn 1)
From Statement II:
X + Y = 10 --> (eqn 2)
From Both Statements I and II:
On Adding eqn (1) and (2), we get,
2X = 18
=>
X = 9
---> subs in X – Y = 8
=> 9 – Y = 8
=> Y = 9 – 8
=>
Y = 1
Therefore the
two digit number is 91.
Hence, Both statement I and II are necessary to answer.
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3. Can you find the approximate value for the below equation
72.99 * 89.99 / 78.01 + 87.01 - 80.99
66
74
118
90
137
Explanation:
Given Question is 72.99 * 89.99 / 78.01 + 87.01 - 80.99
when we apply BODMAS RULE and round it off, we get => 73 * ( 90 / 78 ) + 87 - 81 = 73 * 1+ 87 - 81 = 90
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4. In the first 30 overs of a cricket game, the run rate was only 8.2. What should be the run rate in the remaining 20 overs to reach the target of 289 runs?
2.365
2.58
2.15
29.425
None of these
Explanation:
Required Run rate = ( 289 - ( 8.2 x 30 ) )/ (20) = ( 43) /(20) = 2.15
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5. The integers 32489 and 33714, when divided by a three digit number "n", leave the same remainder. What is the value of "n"?
225
215
245
235
None of these
Explanation:
Given two numbers 32489 and 33714.
Let r be the remainder we get, when we divide these both numbers by n, then
32489 = qn + r and 33714 = pn + r,
Where p and q are some integers.
Subtracting these two equations, we get
1225 = (p-q) x n.
We can write 1225 as 5 x 245.
Hence 245 is the answer.
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6. Can you find the answer for the below equation
146 / 422 - 418 + 419 * 414
173054.35
173048.35
173052.35
173045.35
173050.35
Explanation:
Given Question is 146 / 422 - 418 + 419 * 414
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get (Bracket Of Division) ( 146 / 422 ) - 418 + 419 * 414 = 0.34-418+419*414 = 173048.35
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7. Find the simple interest on Rs. 2400 at 10 % per annum for 7 months.
Rs. 120
Rs. 220
Rs. 140
Rs. 160
None of These
Explanation:
Given
Principal : 2400
Rate of interest : 10
Number of months : 7
Simple interest = ( P * N * R ) / 100
Simple Interest for 1 year
= (2400 x 1 x 10) / 100
= ( 24000) / 100
= Rs 240
Simple Interest for 1 year = 240.
Simple interest for 7 months
= (7/12) x Simple Interest for 1 year
= (7/12) x 240
=
140.
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8. Can you find the answer for the below equation
30 / 26 + 28 - 25 * 24
-564.85
-573.85
-570.85
-566.85
-568.85
Explanation:
Given Question is 30 / 26 + 28 - 25 * 24
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get (Bracket Of Division) ( 30 / 26 ) + 28 - 25 * 24 = 1.15+28-25*24 = -570.85
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9. Can you find the answer for the below equation
111 * 112 + 113 - 114 / 115
12550.01
12541.01
12548.01
12544.01
12546.01
Explanation:
Given Question is 111 * 112 + 113 - 114 / 115
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get (Bracket Of Division) 111 * 112 + 113- ( 114/ 115 ) = 111 * 112 + 113- 0.99 = 12544.01
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10. A professor wrote down the below series in a classroom. He wants his students to find the Missing number. Can you solve it?
127, 106, 85, X , 43, 22
64
62
66
63
None of these
Explanation:
The given series is -- 127, 106, 85, X , 43, 22
Consecutive numbers decreases by 21
Following this pattern, the Missing Number X should decrease by 21 from the previous number.
When we subtract 21 to the number before X (i.e 85) we get 85-21=64
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11. How many decimal places will be there for the fraction 17/8 ?
6
2
3
5
None of the above
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12. In the given series, can you find the Missing number ?
32, 47.2, 62.4, X , 92.8, 108
77.6
78.6
79.1
76.6
None of these
Explanation:
The given series is -- 32, 47.2, 62.4, X , 92.8, 108
Consecutive numbers increases by 15.2
Following this pattern, the Missing Number X should increase by 15.2 from the previous number.
When we add 15.2 to the number before X (i.e 62.4) we get 62.4+15.2=77.6
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13. Can you find the approximate value for the below equation
62.99 - 83.99 / 55.01 * 64.99 + 47.01
-13
-5
39
11
58
Explanation:
Given Question is 62.99 - 83.99 / 55.01 * 64.99 + 47.01
when we apply BODMAS RULE and round it off, we get => 63 - ( 84 / 55 ) * 65 + 47 = 63 - 2* 65 + 47 = 11
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14. A sum of money is borrowed and paid back in two annual instalments of Rs.882 each allowing 5% compound interest .The sum borrowed was:
Rs.1640
Rs.1620
Rs.1680
Rs.1700
None of these
Explanation:
Given
The sum borrowed
Present Worth of Rs.882 due 1 year + Present Worth of Rs.882 due 2 year
=> ( 882 ) / 1 + ( 5 / 100) ^ 1 + ( 882) / 1 + ( 5 / 100) ^ 2
=> (882 / 105 * 100 ) ^ 1 + (882 / 105 * 100 ) ^ 2
=> ( 882 /( 21 / 20 ) + ( 882 / (21 / 20) ^ 2
=> ( 882 * 20) / (21) + ( 882 * 20 * 20 / 21 * 21 )
=> 42 * 20 + 42 * 20 * 20 / 21
=> 840 + 2 * 20 * 20
=> 840 + 800
=> 1640
The sum borrowed =
Rs.1640
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15. The difference of the squares of two consecutive odd integers is divisible by which of the following integers ?
3
6
7
8
None of these
Explanation:
Let the two consecutive odd integers be (2n + 1) and (2n + 3). Then, (2n + 3) ^2 - (2n + 1)^2 = (2n + 3 + 2n + 1) (2n + 3 - 2n - 1) = (4n + 4) x 2 = 8(n + 1), which is divisible by 8.
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16. An ant walks diagonally in a Square shaped plot. It covers a distance of 40cm. Can you find the Perimeter of the Square Plot ?
160 cm
80 cm
60 cm
80 ?2 cm
None of These
Explanation:
Given Diagonal distance covered by an Ant is 40 cm
Perimeter of the Square Plot= (2 x Diagonal x ?2 )
=> (40x 2 x ?2 ) =80(?2)sq.cm
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17. Find the next number in the the below series
26, 43, 61, 80, _____
101
100
97
102
None of these
Explanation:
In the given series, 26, 43, 61, 80 ,
Consecutive numbers increase by 17 ,18 ,19.
Following the same pattern, the next number should increase by 20.
When we add 20 to the last number (i.e 80) we get 20+80=100
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18. Find the average of the first 56 natural numbers
28
29
28.5
27.5
None of These
Explanation:
Solution is
Average of n natural numbers = (n + 1) / 2
= (56 + 1) / 2
= 57 / 2
= 28.5
Answer is 28.5
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19. Find the next number in the the below series
7, 20, 35, 52, _____
72
73
71
68
None of these
Explanation:
In the given series, 7, 20, 35, 52 ,
Consecutive numbers increase by 13 ,15 ,17.
Following the same pattern, the next number should increase by 19.
When we add 19 to the last number (i.e 52) we get 19+52=71
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20. Find the number of factors of 360
22
24
26
28
None of these
Explanation:
Prime factorization of 360 = 2^3 x 3^2 x 5^1 Number of factors = (3+1) x (2+1) x (1+1) = 4 x 3 x 2 = 24
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21. If x^2 + x + 1 = 0 then the number of real solutions is
0
1
2
3
None of the above
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22. Can you find the answer for the below equation
80 + 75 / 77 * 82 - 73
92.87
83.87
90.87
86.87
88.87
Explanation:
Given Question is 80 + 75 / 77 * 82 - 73
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get (Bracket Of Division) 80 + ( 75 / 77 ) * 82 - 73 = 80 + 0.97* 82 - 73 = 86.87
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23. An ant walks diagonally in a Square shaped plot. It covers a distance of 25cm. Painter charges Rs.21 per Sq.cm. How much will it cost to paint the plot?
Rs. 13125
Rs. 3281.25
Rs. 18561.48
Rs. 6562.5
None of These
Explanation:
Given Diagonal distance covered by an Ant is 25cm
Area of the Square Plot= (Diagonal^2) / 2
=> (25^2)/2 =312.5sq.cm
Price = Area x Cost Per Sq.cm = 312.5 x 21 = 6562.5
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24. A Field Observer finds out that distance between two ends of the diagonal (land in the shape of square) is 50 feet. Price per Sq.feet in that region is 600. How much does it cost to buy the land (Exclude registration and other misc. charges )?
Rs. 1500000
Rs. 375000
Rs. 2121318
Rs. 750000
None of These
Explanation:
Diagonal distance of the observed field is 50 feet
Area of the observed field (in shape of Square)= (Diagonal^2) / 2
=> (50^2)/2 =1250 sq.feet
Price = Area x Cost Per Sq.feet = 1250 x 600 = 750000
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25. A,B and C started a business by investing Rs.1400/- , Rs.4200/- and Rs.7000/- respectively. Total profit is Rs.8100/-. Find the C's share?
Rs.900/-
Rs.1800/-
Rs.2700/-
Rs.4500/-
None of these
Explanation:
Ratio of investment of A, B and C = 1400 : 4200 : 7000
= 1 : 3 : 5
Given,
Total profit = Rs.8100
Then, C's share = 5/ (1 + 3 + 5) * 8100
= (5 /9) * 8100
= Rs. 4500
=> C's share =Rs. 4500
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26. Can you find the approximate value for the below equation
37.01 + 39.99 * 42.01 / 45.01 - 51.99
-2
6
22
50
69
Explanation:
Given Question is 37.01 + 39.99 * 42.01 / 45.01 - 51.99
when we apply BODMAS RULE and round it off, we get => 37 + 40 * ( 42/ 45 ) - 52 = 37 + 40 * 1- 52 = 22
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27. What least number must be subtracted from 13601, so that the remainder is divisible by 87 ?
23
31
29
37
None of these
Explanation:
13601 = 87 x 156 + 29
Here 29 is the remainder.
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28. Can you find the answer for the below equation
110 + 105 / 107 * 112 - 103
122.91
116.91
120.91
113.91
118.91
Explanation:
Given Question is 110 + 105 / 107 * 112 - 103
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get (Bracket Of Division) 110 + ( 105 / 107 ) * 112 - 103 = 110 + 0.98* 112 - 103 = 116.91
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29. Question: Find the value of x ?
Statements:
I. |x - 3| < 2
II. |x + 3 | < 1
I alone is sufficient while II alone is not sufficient
II alone is sufficient while I alone is not sufficient
Either I or II is sufficient
Neither I nor II is sufficient
Both I and II are sufficient
Explanation:
From Statement I:
|x - 3| < 2
=> -2 < x – 3 < 2
=> (-2 + 3) < x < (2 + 3)
=>
1 < x < 5
From Statement II:
|x + 3 | < 1
=> -1 < x + 3 < 1
=> (-1 – 3) < x < (1 – 3)
=>
-4 < x < -2
From both statements I and II, we can’t deduce the exact value of x.
So, Neither Statement I nor Statement II is sufficient.
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30. Can you find the answer for the below equation
14 / 34 + 33 * 32 - 29
1033.41
1027.41
1031.41
1024.41
1029.41
Explanation:
Given Question is 14 / 34 + 33 * 32 - 29
when we apply BODMAS RULE to the above question, we get (Bracket Of Division) ( 14 / 34 ) + 33 * 32 - 29 = 0.41+33*32-29 = 1027.41
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