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1.Find the wrong number in the following number
series:

675, 338, 170, 86, 44, 23
1. 23
2. 338
3. 170
4. 44
5. 675

2.
48, 62, 96, 224, 992, 7136
1. 48
2. 62
3. 224
4. 992
5. 7136

3.
31, 53, 105, 182, 280, 391
1. 391
2. 31
3. 280
4. 53
5. 105

4.
1, 1, 3, 23, 367, 11745
1. 11745
2. None of these
3. 3
4. 23
5. 367

5.
125, 127, 137, 163, 213, 296
1. 125
2. 127
3. 163
4. 296
5. 213

6.The given bar graph shows the total number of students in five different schools in two different years. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.

In school F the total number of students in year 2014 and 2016 together is 20% more than that in school E in both the year. Find the difference between the total number of students in school F and school B (both the years are taken together).
1. 150
2. 158
3. 162
4. 144
5. 148

7.Find the difference between the average
of the number of students in school A, B
and C in year 2016 and the average of the
number of students in school B, C and D
in year 2014
1. 20
2. 30
3. 25
4. 15
5. 10

8.In school D, there are 55% girls in year
2014 and 62.5% girls in year 2016.
Number of boys in school D in both the
year is approximately what percent of the
total number of girls in same school in
both the year.
1. 65%
2. 60%
3. 68%
4. 72%
5. 75%

9.What is the ratio of average number of
student in school A and B in year 2014 to
average number of student in same
school in year 2016.
1. 73 : 75
2. 71 : 75
3. 71 : 73
4. 69 : 73
5. 75 : 73

10.Total number of students in school A and C together in year 2014 is what percent
more/ less than the total number of
student in school A and E together in year
2016.
1.66  1/6
2.33  1/3
3.16  2/3
4.none if these

11A is twice efficient as B and together they can do a work in as much time as C and D
together takes to do that work. If C and D alone can complete the work in 20 days and 30 days respectively, then in how many days A can complete the same work alone.
A. 12 days
B. 18 days
C. 24 days
D. 30 days
E. 32 days

12. Two liquid containing (X and Y) mixture mixed, in the ratio 2 : 3. X contain
40% sugar in water, while Y contain alcohol in water. After adding 20 gram sugar
in the final mixture ratio of Sugar, alcohol and water becomes 8 : 5 : 16. Given
that all ratio is calculate on weight. Find the weight alcohol in mixture ‘Y’.
A. 25 à¤—्à¤°ाà¤®
B. 50 à¤—्à¤°ाà¤®
C. 60 à¤—्à¤°ाà¤®
D. 80 à¤—्à¤°ाà¤®
E. 75 à¤—्à¤°ाà¤®

Q13.In the given questions, two quantities are given, one as Quantity I and another as
Quantity II. You have to determine relationship between two quantities and choose the appropriate option.
Train A of length 400 meters is moving with a speed of 54 km/h.

Quantity I: Time taken by train A to cross another train B having length half of that of train A moving with a speed one-third of that of train A.
Quantity II: Time taken by train A to cross a platform of length 25% more than that of train A.
A. Quantity I > Quantity II
B. Quantity I < Quantity II
C. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
D. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
E. Quantity I = Quantity II or No relation

14. P, Q and R have 120 mangoes in total. P give 37.5% of his mangoes to Q
and R such that now he has equal number of mangoes as Q and R together
have. After that Q give same % of mangoes to R, after which Q and R have equal
number of mangoes. How many mangoes Q gives to R.
A. 18
B. 24
C. 12
D. 30
E. 6

15.. A shopkeeper mark up an A.C. 60% above its cost price and gives three
successive discounts of d% and 25%. If shopkeeper made a loss of 16% on AC
then find the value of ‘d’?
A. 25%
B. 32%
C. 24%
D. 20%
E. 15%

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