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# SSC CPO : Quantitative Aptitude Quiz | 29- 07 - 18

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Q.1-2. Find the approxmate value which will come at the place of question mark (?) in the following questions.

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में प्रश्नवाचक चिन्ह (?) के स्थान पर लगभग क्या मान आयेगा?

Q.1. 117.5% of 472.5 - 82.6% of 391 = ?

472.5 का 117.5% - 391 का 472.5 - 82.6% = ?

A. 221.48

B. 232.22

C. 215.87

D. 237.81

Q.2. (723÷17) + (928 ÷ 19) + (422 ÷ 23)

A. 112.5

B. 124.3

C. 109.7

D. 105.8

Q.3-6. In the following number series what should come at the place of question mark?

निम्नलिखित संख्या श्रृंखला में प्रश्नवाचक चिन्ह (?) के स्थान पर क्या आयेगा?

Q.3. 12   51   217   993   ?

A. 4783

B. 5181

C. 6043

D. 1718

Q.4. 84   92   ?   147   122

A. 83

B. 84

C. 87

D. 92

Q.5. 0.8   34   ?   480   966

A. 144

B. 160

C. 175

D. 156

Q.6. 1.2   5.4   20.2   ?   757

A. 105

B. 104.3

C. 109

D. 107

Q.7. Price of rice slashed by 20% hence Ramu can now purchase 2.5 kg. more rice as before for Rs. 300. Find original price of rice per kilogram?(in Rs.)

चावल के दाम में 20% की कमी हो गई जिसके कारण रामू 300 रूपये में पहले की अपेक्षा 2.5 किलोग्राम चावल अधिक खरीद सकता है। प्रति किग्रा. चावल का प्रारम्भिक मूल्य ज्ञात कीजिए? (रू में)

A. 25

B. 27.5

C. 30

D. 40

Q.8. A person mix 18 ltrs of water in pure milk and sells the mixture at cost price of milk and gets a profit of 12.5%. Find the initial quantity of milk?

एक दुकानदार 18 ली. पानी को शुद्ध दूध में मिलाता है तथा मिश्रण को दूध के क्रय मूल्य पर बेचता है और 12.5% का लाभ प्राप्त करता है। दूध की प्रारम्भिक मात्रा ज्ञात कीजिए?

A. 120 lt./ली.

B. 124 lt./ली.

C. 160 lt./ली.

D. 144 lt./ली.

Q.9. A businessman marked the price of an article 20% above the cost price and allowed the purchase 5% discount on the marked price thereby gained Rs. 8,400. Find the cost price of article.

एक व्यापारी अपनी वस्तुओं पर क्रय मूल्य से 20% अधिक अंकित करता है। और खरीदने वाले को 5% छूट देने के बाद भी 8,400 रू. का लाभ होता है। तो वस्तु का क्रय मूल्य ज्ञात कीजिए।

(A) Rs. 60,000

(B) Rs. 75,000

(C) Rs. 68,400

(D) Rs. 78,400

Q.10. The H.(C)F and L.(C)M of two numbers is 25 and 1050 respectively. If sum of those numbers is 575 then find the difference between them?

दो संख्याओं का म.स.तथा ल.स. क्रमशः 25 तथा 1050 है। यदि उन संख्याओं का योग 575 है तो उन संख्याओं में अन्तर है

(A) 675

(B) 475

(C) 375

(D) 275

Q.1.(B) 555.19–322.97 = 232.22

Q.2.(C) 42.53+98.84+18.35=109.72

Q.3.(B) ×2+33 × 3+43 ×4+53 ×5+63

Q.4.(A) +23–32+43–52

Q.5.(D) ×5+5×6×4+4×5×3+3×4×2+2×3

Q.6.(D) ×2+3×3+4×5+6×7+8

Q.7.(C)                 price           100                          80
5              :               4
Quantity             4              :               5
Difference 1 = 2.5
Hence 4 = 10 kg.
It means earlier he used to buy 10 kg.
Q.8.(D)

1 = 18
8 = 144 litre.
So per kg rate of rice = Rs.

Q.9.(A)

Q.10.(B)