# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for RRB NTPC, SSC CHSL, SSC CGL: Set 13

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## Quantitative Aptitude Quiz

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### Quantitative Aptitude Quiz: Set 13

Q1. The given bar graph presents Different Type of Vehicles exported by a company in 2016 and 2017.

What is the ratio of the total number of Vehicles of Type D and E exported by the company in 2016 to that of vehicles of type C and E exported in 2017 ?

1. 4 : 5

2. 20 : 23

3. 13 : 23

4. 4 : 5

2. 20 : 23Â

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Q2. If 24âˆš3x3Â + 5âˆš5y3Â = (2âˆš3x + âˆš5y) x (Ax2Â + Bxy + Cy2), then what is the value of (A2Â â€“ B2Â + C2) ?

1. 110

2. 103

3. 109

4. 108

3. 109Â

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Q3. A 360 m long train running at a uniform speed, crosses a platform in 55 sec and a man standing on the platform in 24 sec. What is the length of the platform?

1. 445

2. 410

3. 465

4. 480

3. 465Â

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Q4. An article is marked at a price which is 1.2 times its cost price. After allowing a certain discount on the discount on the marked price, the profit reduces to 10%. The discount percent is:Â

1. 26/3

2. 10

3. 9

4. 25/3

4. 25/3Â

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Q5. In â–²ABC, D and E are the point on sides AC and AB, respectively such thatÂ âˆ ADE =Â âˆ B. If AE = 8 cm, CD = 3 cm, DE = 6 cm and BC = 9 cm, then AD is equal to:

1. 10 cm

2. 9 cm

3. 8 cm

4. 7.5 cm

2. 9 cmÂ

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Q6. If an eleven-digit number 5y5888406x6 is divisible by 72, then what is the value of (9x â€“ 2y), for the least value of x ?

1. 3

2. 7

3. 5

4. 6

1. 3Â

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Q7. The given bar graph presents Different Type of Vehicles exported by a company in 2016 and 2017.

The total number of Vehicles of type C and E exported by the company in 2017 is what percentage more than the total number of vehicles of type A, B and C exported in 2016?

1. 4.9

2. 4.5

3. 5.4

4. 4.1

2. 4.5Â

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Q8. Sudha spends 80% of her income. When her income is increased by 30%, she increase her expenditure by 25%. Her savings are:

1. Decreased by 50%

2. Increased by 30%

3. Increased by 50%

4. Decreased by 30%

3. Increased by 50%Â

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Q9. PQRS is a cyclic quadrilateral. If âˆ P is four timesÂ âˆ R andÂ âˆ S is three timesÂ âˆ Q, then the sum ofÂ âˆ Q andÂ âˆ R is :

1. 73Â°

2. 81Â°

3. 86Â°

4. 77Â°

2. 81Â°Â

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Q10. The average weight of the students in a group was 75.4 kg. Later on, four students having weight, 72.9 kg, 73.8 kg, 79.5 kg, 87.4 kg joined the group. As a result, the average weight of all the student in the group increased by 0.24 kg. What was the number of student in the group initially?

1. 46

2. 50

3. 36

4. 48

1. 46Â

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