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# SSC CPO : Quantitative Aptitude Quiz | 18- 07 - 18

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Q.1. X, Y, Z started a partnership business by investing Rs. 5,000 each. After 6 months 'Y' withdrew from the business and 'Z' added Rs. 5,000 to his investment. At the end of the year the total profit earned is Rs. 18,000. Find the share of 'Z' in the profit.

X, Y, Z рдк्рд░рдд्рдпेрдХ рдиे 5,000 рд░ू. рдиिрд╡ेрд╢ рдХрд░рдХे рдПрдХ рд╡्рдпाрдкाрд░ рд╢ुрд░ू рдХिрдпा। 6 рдоाрд╣ рдХे рдмाрдж 'Y' рд╡्рдпाрдкाрд░ рд╕े рдмाрд╣рд░ рд╣ो рдЧрдпा рдФрд░ 'Z' рдиे рд╡्рдпाрдкाрд░ рдоें 5,000 рд░ू. рдФрд░ рдиिрд╡ेрд╢ рдХिрдпे। рд╡рд░्рд╖ рдХे рдЕрди्рдд рдоें рдХुрд▓ 18,000 рд░ू. рдХा рд▓ाрдн рд╣ुрдЖ। рддो рд▓ाрдн рдоें 'Z' рдХा рд╣िрд╕्рд╕ा рдЬ्рдЮाрдд рдХीрдЬिрдП.
(A) Rs.9000
(B) Rs.6000
(C) Rs.3000
(D) Rs.5000

Q.2. A can do a work in 8 days, B can do in 6 days and C can do in 8 days. First A and B started the work. After 3 days they gave up the work and C was engaged to complete the work. How many days C takes to complete the work?

A рдПрдХ рдХाрдо рдХो 8 рджिрдиों рдоें рдХрд░ рд╕рдХрддा рд╣ै B, 6 рджिрдиों рдоें рдХрд░ рд╕рдХрддा рд╣ै рдФрд░ C, 8 рджिрдиों рдоें рдХрд░ рд╕рдХрддा рд╣ै। рдкрд╣рд▓े A рдФрд░ B рдХाрдо рд╢ुрд░ू рдХрд░рддे рд╣ै। 3 рджिрдиों рдмाрдж рд╡े рдХाрдо рдЫोреЬ рджेрддे рд╣ैं рдФрд░ C рдиे рдЕрдХेрд▓े рдХाрдо рдХो рдкूрд░ा рдХिрдпा рддो рдХाрдо рдкूрд░ा рдХрд░рдиे рдоें C рдХो рдХिрддрдиा рд╕рдордп рд▓рдЧा?
(A) 8 days/рджिрди
(B) 7 days/рджिрди
(C) 6 days/рджिрди
(D) 1 days/рджिрди

Q.3. The product of John's age 7 years ago with his age 2 years later is 52. Then John's present age is

7 рд╡рд░्рд╖ рдкрд╣рд▓े рдЬॉрди рдХी рдЖрдпु 2 рд╡рд░्рд╖ рдмाрдж рдХी рдЖрдпु рдХा рдЧुрдгрдирдлрд▓ 52 рд╣ै। рддो рдЬॉрди рдХी рд╡рд░्рддрдоाрди рдЖрдпु рдХ्рдпा рд╣ै?
(A) 10 years/ рд╡рд░्рд╖
(B) 11 years/ рд╡рд░्рд╖
(C) 12 years/ рд╡рд░्рд╖
(D) 13 years/ рд╡рд░्рд╖

Q.4. The average height of the students in a class of 10 is 105 cm. If 20 more students with an average height of 120 cm join the class, what will be the average height of all students?

рдПрдХ рдХрдХ्рд╖ा рдоें 10 рдЫाрдд्рд░ों рдХी рдФрд╕рдд рдКंрдЪाрдИ 105 рд╕ेрдоी. рд╣ै। рдпрджि 20 рдЫाрдд्рд░ рдФрд░ 120 рд╕ेрдоी. рдФрд╕рдд рдКंрдЪाрдИ рдХे рд╕ाрде рдЬुреЬ рдЬाрддे рд╣ै рддो рд╕рднी рдЫाрдд्рд░ों рдХी рдФрд╕рдд рдКंрдЪाрдИ рдХ्рдпा рд╣ोрдЧी?
(A) 105 cm
(B) 110 cm
(C) 112 cm
(D) 115 cm

Q.5. A person purchased 3 oranges for Rs. 5 and sold them at the rate of 2 for Rs. 4. His profit is

рдПрдХ рдЖрджрдоी рдиे 5 рд░ू. рдоें 3 рд╕ंрддрд░े рдЦрд░ीрджे рдФрд░ рдЙрд╕рдХो 4 рд░ू. рдоें 2 рдХे рднाрд╡ рд╕े рдмेрдЪ рджिрдпे рддो рдЙрд╕рдХा рд▓ाрдн рд╣ै-
(A) 10%
(B) 15%
(C) 20%
(D) 25%

Q.6. A sells an article to B at a profit of 5% and B sells it to C at a loss of 5%. If C pays Rs. 23.94 for it, what did it cost A?

A рдПрдХ рд╡рд╕्рддु B рдХो 5% рд▓ाрдн рдкрд░ рдмेрдЪрддा рд╣ै рдФрд░ B рдЗрд╕े C рдХो 5% рд╣ाрдиि рдкрд░ рдмेрдЪрддा рд╣ै। рдпрджि C рдЗрд╕рдХे рд▓िрдП 23.94 рд░ू. рднुрдЧрддाрди рдХрд░рддा рд╣ै। рддो A рдХे рд▓िрдпे рдХीрдордд рдХ्рдпा рд╣ै?
(A) Rs.20
(B) Rs.22
(C) Rs.24
(D) Rs.26

Q.7. Anoop travelled a distance by car at 60 km/hr. for 35 minutes. He further travelled by bus at 40 km/hr. for another 22.5 minutes. Find the average speed for the whole journey.

рдЕрдиूрдк рдПрдХ рджूрд░ी рдХрд░рдиे рд╕े 60 рдХिрдоी. /рдШंрдЯा рдХी рджрд░ рд╕े 35 рдоि. рдоें рддрдп рдХрд░рддा рд╣ै। рд╡рд╣ рдФрд░ рджूрд░ी рдмрд╕ рдХे рдж्рд╡ाрд░ा 40 рдХिрдоी./рдШंрдЯा рдХी рджрд░ рд╕े рджूрд╕рд░े 22.5 рдоिрдирдЯ рдоें рддрдп рдХрд░рддा рд╣ै। рддो рд╕рдо्рдкूрд░्рдг рдпाрдд्рд░ा рдХी рдФрд╕рдд рдЪाрд▓ рдЬ्рдЮाрдд рдХीрдЬिрдП-
(A) 50 km/hr.
(B) 45 km/hr.
(C) 40 km/hr.
(D) 35 km/hr.

Q.8. 20 liters of a mixture contains milk and water in the ratio 5: 3. If 4 liters of his mixture is replaced by 4 liters of milk, then the ratio of milk and water in the new mixture is:

20 рд▓ी. рдоिрд╢्рд░рдг рдоें рджूрдз рдФрд░ рдкाрдиी рдХा рдЕрдиुрдкाрдд 5: 3 рд╣ै। рдпрджि 4 рд▓ी. рдоिрд╢्рд░рдг рдоें 4 рд▓ी. рджूрдз рд╕े рдкрд░िрд╡рд░्рддिрдд рдХिрдпा рдЬाрддा рд╣ै рддो рдиेрдп рдоिрд╢्рд░рдг рдоें рджूрдз рдФрд░ рдкाрдиी рдХा рдирдпा рдЕрдиुрдкाрдд рдХ्рдпा рд╣ैः
(A) 2: 3
(B) 4: 3
(C) 5: 3
(D) 7: 3

Q.9. Raju lends a sum of Rs. 6,000 to Krishna at the rate of 10% p.a. compounded annually. Find the amount to be paid by Krishna to Raju at the end of 2 years.

рд░ाрдЬू рдХृрд╖्рдгा рдХो 6,000 рдХी рдзрдирд░ाрд╢ि 10% рдЪрдХ्рд░рд╡ृрдж्рдзि рдм्рдпाрдЬ рдХी рджрд░ рд╕े рдЙрдзाрд░ рджेрддा рд╣ै। рддो рджो рд╡рд░्рд╖ рдХे рдЕрди्рдд рдоें рдХृрд╖्рдгा рдиे рд░ाрдЬू рдХो рдХिрддрдиे рд░ू. рджिрдпे।
(A) Rs.6600
(B) Rs.7200
(C) Rs.7260
(D) Rs.7500

Q.10. The prices of a scooter and a television set are in the ratio of 8: 7. If scooter costs Rs. 4,000 more than television set, the price of television set is:

рдПрдХ рд╕्рдХूрдЯрд░ рдФрд░ рдПрдХ рдЯेрд▓ीрд╡िрдЬрди рд╕ेрдЯ рдХे рдоूрд▓्рдпों рдХा рдЕुрдирдкाрдд 8: 7 рд╣ै। рдпрджि рд╕्рдХूрдЯрд░ рдХा рдоूрд▓्рдп рдЯेрд▓ीрд╡िрдЬрди рд╕े 4,000 рд░ू. рдЕрдзिрдХ рд╣ै рддो рдЯेрд▓ीрд╡िрдЬрди рд╕ेрдЯ рдХा рдоूрд▓्рдп рдХ्рдпा рд╣ै:
(A) Rs.32000
(B) Rs.28000
(C) Rs.36000
(D) Rs.24000

Q1. (A) Req. Ratio of their investment/рдЙрдирдХे рдиिрд╡ेрд╢ों рдоें рдЕрднीрд╖्рдЯ рдЕрдиुрдкाрдд
= 5000 × 12: 5000 × 6: (5000 × 6 + 10000 × 6)
= 2: 1: 3
The share of 'z' in the profit/рд▓ाрдн рдоें z рдХा рд▓ाрдн =
z = Rs.9000
Q2. (D) A's one day work/A рдХा рдПрдХ рджिрди рдХा рдХाрд░्рдп =
B's one day work/B рдХा рдПрдХ рджिрди рдХा рдХाрд░्рдп =
C's one day work/C рдХा рдПрдХ рджिрди рдХा рдХाрд░्рдп =
+= 1
n = 1 day/рджिрди

Q3. (B) Let John's present age be x years/рдоाрдиा рдЬॉрди рдХी рд╡рд░्рддрдоाрди рдЖрдпु x рд╡рд░्рд╖ рд╣ैं ।
(x – 7) (x + 2) = 52
x2 + 2x – 7x – 14 = 52
x2 – 5x – 66 = 0
x2 – 11x + 6x – 66 = 0
x = 11, x = – 6

Q4. (D) Reg. Average/рдЕрднीрд╖्рдЯ рдФрд╕рдд =
= = 115 cm

Q5. (C) C.P. of 1 orange/1 рд╕ंрддрд░ें рдХा рдХ्рд░рдп рдоूрд▓्рдп = rupees/рд░ुрдкрдпे
S.P. of 1 orange/1 рд╕ंрддрд░ें рдХा рд╡िрдХ्рд░рдп рдоूрд▓्рдп = rupees/рд░ुрдкрдпे
Profit/рд▓ाрдн % =
=
= 20%

Q6. (C) Cost Price for A/A рдХे рд▓िрдП рдХ्рд░рдп рдоूрд▓्рдп = Rs. 23.94
= Rs. 24

Q7. (A) Total distance/рдХुрд▓ рджूрд░ी =
=
= 50 km/hr.

Q8. (D) Quantity of water/рдкाрдиी рдХी рдоाрдд्рд░ा = = 6 lit.
Quantity of milk/рдЬрд▓ рдХी рдоाрдд्рд░ा = = 10 lit.
According to question/рдк्рд░рд╢्рдиाрдиुрд╕ाрд░,
Req. Ratio/рдЕрднीрд╖्рдЯ рдЕрдиुрдкाрдд = = 7: 3

Q9. (C) Req. amount/рдЕрднीрд╖्рдЯ рдзрдирд░ाрд╢ि =
=
= Rs. 7260

Q10. (B) Let price of television/рдоाрдиा рдХि рдЯी.рд╡ी. рдХा рдоूрд▓्рдп = Rs.x
and price of scooter/рдФрд░ рд╕्рдХूрдЯрд░ рдХा рдоूрд▓्рдп = Rs.(x + 40,000)
Then/рддो,
x = Rs.28, 000

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