Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers for SSC CGL

Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers and Solution for SSC CGL- Mock Test of Maths MCQs set for online practice of upcoming Competitive exams.

Subject : Quantitative Aptitude (Mathematics)
Medium : English
Level : SSC CGL
All type Questions with Solution
As per latest exam pattern and syllabus
Set of 25 Questions – New Questions practice Set in Every Attempt

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#1. A shopkeeper fixes the price of an article at 30% higher than its actual cost. If he sells it at 10% discount on marked price then, the profit is :

#2. Walking at the rate of 4 kmph a man covers certain distance in 2 hours 45 minutes. Running at a speed of 36.5 kmph the man will cover the same distance in how many minutes?

#3. 31% of employees pay tax in the year 2008. The number of non-tax paying employees are 20,700. The total number of employees is :

#4. The least perfect square, which is divisible by each of 21, 36 and 66 is

#5. A box contains 280 coins of denomination carrying 1 rupee, 50 paise and 25 paise. The values of each kind of the coins are in the ratio of 8 : 4 : 3. Then the number of 50 paise coins is :

#6. A man loses Rs 55.50 yearly when the annual rate of interest falls from 11.5% to 10%. His capital (in rupees) is :

#7. Three numbers are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3 and their HCF is 12. The numbers are

Numbers = x , 2 x and 3 x (let)
Their HCF = x = 12
Numbers = 12, 24 and 36

#8. The ratio of the length of a school ground to its width is 5 : 2. If the width is 40 m, then the length is :

#9. The average of 30 numbers is 12. The average of the first 20 of them is 11 and that of the next 9 is 10. The last number is :

Explanation: Last number :

= 30 × 12-20 × 11 − 9 × 10
= 360 − 220 − 90
= 360 − 310 = 50

#10. What sum of money must be given as simple interest for six months at 4% per annum in order to earn Rs 150 interest?

#11. In two blends of mixed tea, the ratios of Darjeeling and Assam tea are 4 : 7and 2 : 5. The ratio in which these two blends should be mixed to get the ratio of Darjeeling and Assam tea in the new mixture as 6 : 13 is :

 

#12. A man rows down a river 15 km in 3 hours with the stream and returns in \(7\frac1 2\) hours. The rate at which he swims 26 km downstream is :

#13. An article is sold at a gain of 15%. Had it been sold for Rs 27 more, the profit would have been 20%. The cost price of the article is :

#14. A tap can fill a cistern in 40 minutes and a second tap can empty the filled cistern in 60 minutes. By mistake without closing the second tap, the first tap was opened. In how many minutes will the empty cistern be filled?

#15. The cost price of 100 books is equal to the selling price of 60 books. The gain percentage/loss percentage is :

#16. A man can row at 5 kmph in still water. If the velocity of current is 1 kmph and it takes him 1 hour to row to a place and come back, then how far is the place?

#17. The ratio of the fifth and sixth terms of the sequence 1, 3, 6, 10, … is

#18. A table with marked price Rs 1200 was sold to a customer for Rs 1100. Find the rate of discount allowed on the table.

#19. A man spends 75% of his income. His income increases by 20% and his expenditure also increases by 10%. The percentage of increase in his savings is :

#20. The average salary of all the workers in a workshop is Rs. 8000. The average salary of 7 technicians is Rs.12,000 and the average salary of the rest is Rs.6000. The total number of workers in the workshop is :

#21. The least number which must be added to 1728 to make it a perfect square is :

#22. In a class, there are ‘z’ students. Out of them ‘x’ are boys. What part of the class is composed of girls?

#23. Three numbers are in the ratio 2 : 3 : 4. If the sum of their squares is 1856, then the numbers are

#24. The total number of prime factors in \(4^{10}\times{7}^3\times{16}^2\times11\times{10}^2\) is

#25. A car travels at a speed of 60 km/hr and covers a particular distance in one hour. How long will it take for another car to cover the same distance at 40 km/hr?

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