# Quantitative Aptitude – Mixed Questions Set 10

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Q(1-5). What value should come in place of question mark(?)

1. (15625)1.3 x (78125)1.3 = (3375)1.3 x (27)0.7 x (5/?)6 x (5)4+?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5. 5
Explanation :
5 3 x ? 6 = 3 6 x 5 ?
by verification,? = 3

2. (1421/47) ÷ (49/828) *(1645/23) = ?3 + 603
1. 33
2. 34
3. 35
4. 36
5. 37
Explanation :
29*36*35 = 36540 = ? 3 +603
? =33

3. 7+77+777+7777+77777 +? = 8+88+888+8888+88888
1. 11111
2. 12121
3. 12345
4. 14351
5. None
Explanation :
1111+1111+111+11+1= 12345

4. 5 x 11111 + 52 x 1111 + 53 x 111 + 54 x 11 + 55 x 1 = ?
1. 107205
2. 107225
3. 117205
4. 117225
5. None
Explanation :
55555+27775+13875+6875+3125=107205

5. (16384)1.6 x (256)0.7 / 2 ? = 4096
1. 8
2. 16
3. 20
4. 32
5. None
Explanation :
4 14 /4 6 =2 ?
? = 16

1. A seller bought 50 mobiles for Rs. 2.5 Lakhs in total. Seller gave an offer, if someone buys two mobiles then he can get another mobile for free of cost. Then 14 customers availed this free offer. Rest of the mobiles were sold individually (i.e., single mobile bought by one customer).If in total seller makes 8% profit then what is the selling price of each mobile?
1. Rs. 5600
2. Rs.6400
3. Rs.6600
4. Rs.7200
5. Rs.7500
Explanation:
Rest = 50-14 = 36
36*x = 2.5L*(108/100)
x =7500

2. In Sangeeta Cinema Hall ratio of the number of first class, Royal class and Balcony seats are 1:2:3. Bahubhali movie was released, due to excessive demand Hall manager increased the prices of the tickets by 25% in the First class, 12.5% in Royal class and 10% in Balcony respectively. On the first show, all the seats were filled and he managed to make a total of Rs. 80,000 from tickets. Then what is the cost of each Balcony ticket?
1. Rs.50
2. Rs.60
3. Rs.70
4. Rs.80
5. Cannot be determined
Answer – 5. Cannot be determined
Explanation:
From the above data, solution cannot be determined

3. A lift in an Apartment which has 6 floors stops on every floor. If 4 people enter the lift when it was in ground level(ground is not a floor). What is the probability that all will get out on different floors?
1. 6!/2!*64
2. 4!/2!*64
3. 6!/4!*64
4. 4!/6!
5. None
Answer – 5. Cannot be determined
Explanation:
Total number of ways in which 4 people can get out = 64
The number of ways for 4 people to get out in 6 floors is 6.5.4.3 = 6p4
probability = 6p4 /64

Q(9-10). In the following question, three statements numbered as I, II and III. On solving these statements you get Q1, Q2, and Q3, then identify the relation between them.

1. Quantity I: Find the time period if a sum of Rs.2500 becomes Rs. 2950 at 9% SI per annum.
Quantity II: Find the time period if a sum of Rs.2500 earns Rs.525 as interest at 10% CI per annum compounded annually.
Quantity III: Find time period if a sum of Rs. 2000 amounts to Rs.2928.2 at 20% CI per annum compounded Half – Yearly

1. Q1>Q2>Q3
2. Q2>Q3>Q1
3. Q3>Q2>Q1
4. Q2>Q1>Q3
5. Q1=Q2=Q3
Q1 :450 = 2500*9*t/100 = 2
Q2: 3025 =2500(1+10/100) t = 2
Q3. 2928.2 = 2000(1+10/100) 2t = 2

2. Ravi, Ramu, Raju invested in the ratio of 5:6:7 respectively. At the end of the business, they received the profit in the ratio of 10:8:7.
Quantity I: Time period for which Ravi invested?
Quantity II: Time period for which Ramu invested?
Quantity III: Time period for which Raju invested?

1. Q1>Q2>Q3
2. Q1>Q3>Q2
3. Q2>Q3>Q1
4. Q1=Q2=Q3
5. Relationship cannot be established