Question - 1

**Aptitude:**

136.213 – 39.487 + 123.829 = ? + 37.124

- 38.341
- 86.432
- 37.413
- 83.431
- None of these

Question - 2

**Aptitude:**

1699 x 199 ÷ 49 - 3299 + 4869= ?

- 8480
- 8740
- 8460
- 8370
- None of these

Question - 3

**Aptitude:**

15 litres of a mixture contains 20% alcohol and the rest is water. If 3 litres of water is mixed in it find the percentage of alcohol in the new mixture?

- 15 %
- 17 %
- 16 2/3 %
- 18 1/2 %
- None of these

Question - 4

**Aptitude:**

A is thrice as good workman as B and takes 10 days less to do a piece of work than B takes. Find the number of days taken by B to finish the work?

- 12
- 15
- 20
- 30
- None of these

Question - 5

**Aptitude:**

25% of a number is 258 less than the square of 25.What is the value of three fourth of 43 percent of that number?

- 473.43
- 477.33
- 437.34
- 437.44
- None of these

Question - 6

**Aptitude:**

**Directions**(Q. 6 -10) The Question given below contains two statements giving certain data. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question?

(1) If statement **I **alone is **sufficient** but statement** II **alone is not sufficient**.**

(2) If statement **II **alone is **sufficient** but statement** I **alone is not sufficient

(3) If **each** statement **alone** (either **I **or** II**) is **sufficient**.

(4) If statement I and II together are **not sufficient**.

(5) If **both** statement together are **sufficient**, but neither statement alone is sufficient.

What is the average monthly income of per member of a family?

**I**. Each male earns Rs.1250 a month and each female earns Rs.1050 a month.

**II**. Ratio of males to females in the family is 2 : 1.

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Question - 7

**Aptitude:**

**Directions**(Q. 6 -10) The Question given below contains two statements giving certain data. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question?

(1) If statement **I **alone is **sufficient** but statement** II **alone is not sufficient**.**

(2) If statement **II **alone is **sufficient** but statement** I **alone is not sufficient

(3) If **each** statement **alone** (either **I **or** II**) is **sufficient**.

(4) If statement I and II together are **not sufficient**.

(5) If **both** statement together are **sufficient**, but neither statement alone is sufficient.

15 men and 18 women together can complete a work in 10 days. How many days will it take 9 men and 14 women together to complete the same work?

**I**. 30 men can complete the work in 13 days.

**II**. The amount of work done by a man in one day is 3/4 of the work done by a woman in one day.

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Question - 8

**Aptitude:**

**Directions**(Q. 6 -10) The Question given below contains two statements giving certain data. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question?

(1) If statement **I **alone is **sufficient** but statement** II **alone is not sufficient**.**

(2) If statement **II **alone is **sufficient** but statement** I **alone is not sufficient

(3) If **each** statement **alone** (either **I **or** II**) is **sufficient**.

(4) If statement I and II together are **not sufficient**.

(5) If **both** statement together are **sufficient**, but neither statement alone is sufficient.

What is the age of Surekha?

**I**. The ratio of the ages of Surekha and Meena is 1:5

**II**. After 7 years the ratio becomes 3:8

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Question - 9

**Aptitude:**

**Directions**(Q. 6 -10) The Question given below contains two statements giving certain data. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question?

(1) If statement **I **alone is **sufficient** but statement** II **alone is not sufficient**.**

(2) If statement **II **alone is **sufficient** but statement** I **alone is not sufficient

(3) If **each** statement **alone** (either **I **or** II**) is **sufficient**.

(4) If statement I and II together are **not sufficient**.

(5) If **both** statement together are **sufficient**, but neither statement alone is sufficient.

How much water does a man mix in one litre of milk?

**I**. He mixes some water and sells the mixture at the cost price

**II**. He makes a profit of 10%

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Question - 10

**Aptitude:**

**Directions**(Q. 6 -10) The Question given below contains two statements giving certain data. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question?

(1) If statement **I **alone is **sufficient** but statement** II **alone is not sufficient**.**

(2) If statement **II **alone is **sufficient** but statement** I **alone is not sufficient

(3) If **each** statement **alone** (either **I **or** II**) is **sufficient**.

(4) If statement I and II together are **not sufficient**.

(5) If **both** statement together are **sufficient**, but neither statement alone is sufficient.

Find the number of males and females in a party.

**I**. The ratio of males and females is 3:2.

**II**. The number of males is 50% more than the number of females.

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Question - 11

**Aptitude:**

A train is moving at the speed of 108 km/hr. and crosses a 250 metre long platform in 13 seconds. What is the length of the train?

- 140 m
- 180 m
- 240 m
- 250 m
- None of these

Question - 12

**Aptitude:**

7777 / 11 x 7 = ? + 2323

- 1316
- 1613
- 3611
- 3161
- None of these

Question - 13

**Aptitude:**

The length of the rectangular room is 20 feet and the breadth is 5/4th of the length. The total cost of carpeting in the room is Rs.162000. What will be the per square feet cost of putting the carpet?

- Rs. 310
- Rs. 320
- Rs. 324
- Rs. 325
- None of these

Question - 14

**Aptitude:**

What is the least number should be added to 10865 to make it a perfect square?

- 125
- 139
- 145
- 165
- None of these

Question - 15

**Aptitude:**

2.1 x 0.02 x 6.3 =?

- 0.2614
- 0.6642
- 0.2646
- 0.2814
- None of these

Question - 16

**Aptitude:**

Arun’s expense is 30% more than Vamsi’s expense and Vamsi’s expense is 10% less than Rakesh’s expense. If the sum of their expenses is Rs.6477, then what would be the Arun’s expense?

- Rs.1897
- Rs.2100
- Rs.2200
- Rs.2457
- None of these

Question - 17

**Aptitude:**

Anusha walks 800 meters every day. How many kilometers will she walk in 2 weeks?

- 5.6
- 9.6
- 11.2
- 12
- None of these

Question - 18

**Aptitude:**

What amount a man would have received on a principal of Rs.4000 after two years simple interest @ 5 p.c.p.a ?

- Rs.4161
- Rs.4100
- Rs.4400
- Rs.5100
- Cannot be determined

Question - 19

**Aptitude:**

**Directions** (Q. No. 19-20): What should come in place of question mark (**?**) in the following number series?

38 343 5489 137226 ?

- 4040135
- 2195617
- 4940137
- 2561917
- None of these

Question - 20

**Aptitude:**

16 32 96 480 ?

- 3360
- 3260
- 3630
- 4740
- None of these

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