Quantitative MCQ - 22


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QUESTION: 1

In a class, there are 32 boys and 28 girls. The average age of the boys in the class is 14 years and the average age of the girls in the class is 13 years. What is the average age of the whole class? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal) 

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QUESTION: 2

In a test consisting of 70 questions carrying one mark each, Arpita answers 70% of the first 40 questions correctly. What percent (approx.) of the other 30 questions does she need to answer correctly to score 80% on the entire test? 

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QUESTION: 3

Manisha invests an amount of Rs. 39,300 for 2 years at the rate of 4 pcpa. What amount of approximate compound interest will she obtain at the end of 2 years? 

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QUESTION: 4

Directions (4-8): Study the graphs carefully to answer the questions that follow: 

Total number of children in 6 different schools and the percentage of girls in them

What is the total percentage of boys in schools R and U together? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) 

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QUESTION: 5

Directions (4-8): Study the graphs carefully to answer the questions that follow: 

Total number of children in 6 different schools and the percentage of girls in them

What is the total number of boys in School T? 

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QUESTION: 6

Directions (4-8): Study the graphs carefully to answer the questions that follow: 

Total number of children in 6 different schools and the percentage of girls in them

The total number of students in school R is approximately what percent of the total number of students in school S? 

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QUESTION: 7

Directions (4-8): Study the graphs carefully to answer the questions that follow: 

Total number of children in 6 different schools and the percentage of girls in them

What is the average number of boys in schools P and Q together? 

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QUESTION: 8

Directions (4-8): Study the graphs carefully to answer the questions that follow: 

Total number of children in 6 different schools and the percentage of girls in them

What is the ratio of the number of girls in school P to the number of girls in school Q? 

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QUESTION: 9

Directions (9-14): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?

0,     6,     23,     56,     109,     184,     279,     ?

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QUESTION: 10

Directions (9-14): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?

1,     4,     11,     34,     101,     304,     911,     ?

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QUESTION: 11

Directions (9-14): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?

12,     12,     18,     36,     90,   270,     ?

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QUESTION: 12

Directions (9-14): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?

15,     30,     ?,     40,     8,     48

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QUESTION: 13

Directions (9-14): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?

5040,     ?,     1814.4,     1088.64,     653.184,     391.9104

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QUESTION: 14

In what ratio should milk and water be mixed so that after selling the mixture at the cost price a profit of 50/3% is made?

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QUESTION: 15

Gold is 19 times as heavy as water and copper is 9 times as heavy as water. In what ratio should these metals be mixed so that the mixture may be 15 times as heavy as water?

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According to the law of allegation

QUESTION: 16

There are two mixtures of honey and water, the quantity of honey in them being 25% and 75% of the mixture respectively. If 2 gallons of the first are mixed with three gallons of the second, what will be the ratio of honey to water in the new mixture?

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QUESTION: 17

Two solutions of 90% and 97% purity are mixed resulting in 21 litres of the mixture of 94% purity. How much is the quantity of the first solution in the resulting mixture?

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Let the x litre is the quantity of first solution in the resulting mixture

QUESTION: 18

Directions (18,19): Simplify the following questions and find the value of question mark (?)

65% of 780 + 78% of 650 = ?

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?= 1014

QUESTION: 19

Directions (18,19): Simplify the following questions and find the value of question mark (?)

0.01 × 0.1 – 0.001 ÷ 10 + 0.01 = ?

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QUESTION: 20

Directions (20-24): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value)

31.85 ÷ 3.96 × 15 = ?

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QUESTION: 21

Directions (20-24): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value)

4.99 × 12.865 + 599 = ?

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QUESTION: 22

21+ 63 ÷ 17 = ?

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QUESTION: 23

Directions (20-24): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value)

1584 ÷ 24.89% of 352.02= ?

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QUESTION: 24

5823.89 ÷ 364 × √224.99= ?

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QUESTION: 25

Directions (25-29): Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

Cost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg.) in five different cities.

In which city is the difference between the cost of one kg. of apple and cost of one kg. of guava second lowest?

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From the graph it is clear that the second lowest difference are in

QUESTION: 26

Directions (25-29): Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

Cost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg.) in five different cities.

Cost of one kg. of guava in Jalandhar is approximately what percent of the cost of two kgs. Of grapes in Chandigarh?

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Required percentage is

QUESTION: 27

Directions (25-29): Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

Cost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg.) in five different cities.

What will be the average of the total amount paid for 3 kgs. of apples and2 kgs.of guavas in Delhi and Chandigarh together?

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QUESTION: 28

Directions (25-29): Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

Cost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg.) in five different cities.

Ravinder had to purchase 45 kgs. of grapes from Hoshiarpur. The shopkeeper gave him the discount of 4% per kg. What amount did he pay to the shopkeeper after the discount?

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QUESTION: 29

Directions (25-29): Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

Cost of three different fruits (in rupees per kg.) in five different cities.

What is the respective ratio between the cost of  5/2kg. of grapes from Ropar and the cost of 3/2 kg. of apples from Jalandhar?

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QUESTION: 30

Two friends A and B jointly lent out Rs 81,600 at 4% per annum C.I. after 2 years, A gets the same amount as B gets after 3 years. The investment made by B was

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