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This EduRev document offers 10 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from the topic Averages (Level - 1). These questions are of Level - 1 difficulty and will assist you in the preparation of CAT & other MBA exams. You can practice/attempt these CAT Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and check the explanations for a better understanding of the topic. 

Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:Find the average of five consecutive even numbers a, b, c, d and e.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:At present, the average age of a father and his son is 29 years. The average age of father, mother and son five years from now will be 37 years. Find the mother's present age.  
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:A student scores an average of 80 marks in six subjects. If the subjects with the highest and the lowest scores are excluded, the average decreases by 1. If his highest score in a subject is 86, what is his lowest score?
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:The mean of 19 observations is 4. If one more observation of 24 is added to the data, the new mean will be
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:The average monthly salary of employees, consisting of officers and workers, of an organisation is Rs. 3000. The average salary of an officer is Rs. 10,000, while that of a worker is Rs. 2000 per month. If there are total 400 employees in the organisation, find the number of officers.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:The average of ten numbers is 27. If the smallest number is deleted from the list, the average of the remaining 9 numbers will be x and if the largest number is deleted, the average will be y. What is the average of the smallest and the largest numbers, if x + y = 10?
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:How many pairs of positive integers, not more than 100, will have an average greater than 50?
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:The average of the first fifteen natural numbers is
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:The average of the first ten even numbers is
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Averages - 1
Try yourself:The average of the first ten prime numbers is
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