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MODEL QUESTION PERCENTAGE (SSC,TANCET,BANK,TNPSC)
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MODEL QUESTION AVERAGE -SSC MTS EXAM,BANK

AVERAGE

 

1.What is the average of first 21 multiples of 7 ? 

A.) 49

B.) 77

C.) 66

D.) 57

2.In a class, the average age of 30 boys is 13 years and the average of 20 girls is 12 years. what is the average age of the whole class? 

A.) 12.5 Yrs

B.) 14.2 Yrs

C.) 12.3 Yrs

D.) 12.6 Yrs

3.The average age of a class of 32 students is 16 yrs. if the teacher's age is also included, the average increases by one year. Find the age of the teacher 

A.) 49

B.) 48

C.) 47

D.) 50

4.The average of seven numbers is 18. The average of first three numbers is 14 and the average of last three numbers is 19. What is the middle number? 

A.) 42

B.) 57

C.) 27

D.) None of these

5.Average of five consecutive even numbers is 35. Find the greatest number in these five numbers? 

A.) 31

B.) 33

C.) 39

D.) 36

6.Average of 13 results is 65. If the average of first six results is 61 and average of last six results is 59 Then find the seventh result? 

A.) 115

B.) 135

C.) 125

D.) 105

7.The average weight of a class of 20 boys was calculated to be 58.4 kgs and it was later found that one weight was misread as 56 kg instead of 65 kg. What is the correct weight? 

A.) 67.4kg

B.) 57.75kg

C.) 58.85kg

D.) 49.4kg

8.The average of 5 consecutive numbers is n. if the next two number are also included. The average will? 

A.) Remain the same

B.) Increase by 1

C.) Increase by 2

D.) Decrease by 1


9.The average of marks of a student of 8 exams was 35. How many marks must be get in the next exam so as to increase his average of marks by 5?

 

A.) 75

B.) 80

C.) 83

D.) 79

10. If the average age of six numbers is 30. If one is excluded. The average become 25. The excluded number is:

 

A.) 54

B.) 55

C.) 53

D.) 45


ANSWERS:

1-B    2-D    3-A    4-C    5-C    6-C    7-C    8-B    9-B    10-B

2017-01-25


MATHEMATICAL OPERATION FOR SSC

Directions (Q.1-5): In the following questions, the symbols *, %, ©, @ and $ are used with the following meanings as illustrated below

‘P © Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’
‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’
‘P % Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’
‘P * Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’
‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusion I, II and III given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

1. Statements: N % J, J * B, B © D
Conclusions:
I. D @ N
II. B $ N
III. N % B

a) Only I and II are true
b) Only I and III are true
c) Only II and III are true
d) All are true
e) None of the above

2. Statements :M % R, R $ K, K © T

Conclusions:
I.T © R
II. M © K
III. T % R

a) Only I is true
b) Only I and II are true
c) Only III is true
d) Only II and III are true
e) None of the above
3. Statements : J * T, T $ D, D @ F
Conclusions:
I.F % J
II. F © J
III. J $ D

a) Only I and II are true
b) Only II and III are true
c) Only I and III are true
d) All are true
e) None of the above

4. Statements : H © B, B @ K, T $ B
Conclusions:
I.H © T
II. T % B
III. B @ T

a) None is true
b) Only II is true
c) Only I is true
d) Only either I or II is true
e) Only either II or III is true

5. Statements : H @ M, N % M, K © N

Conclusions:
I.H @ N
II. K © H
III. M $ K

a) None is true
b) Only I is true
c) Only I and II are true
d) Only II and III are true
e) All are true

ANSWER:

1-d       2-e       3-b       4-c       5-c

2016-11-04


Making of the Constitution (Polity) for SSC

Years:

1922 – Mahatma Gandhi‘s demand

1928 – Nehru Report

1934 – M N Roy demand for Constituent Assembly

1939 – World War II

1940 – August offer

1942 - Cripps Mission

1942 - Quit India Movement

1945 - World War II (came to end)

1945 - Simla Conference

1946 - Cabinet Mission Plan

1946 - Constituent Assembly (Formation and first meeting)

1947 - Lord Mountbatten replaced Lord Wavell as Viceroy of India

1947 - June 3rd plan or Mountbatten Plan

1947 - Indian Independence Act was passed in the British parliament

1947 - Partition

1947 - Independence to Indian and Pakistan

1948 - Draft of Indian Constitution introduced

1949 - Constitution was adopted

1950 - Constitution came into force 

2016-11-04


Verbal Reasoning for SSC

Directions (1-5): Some statements are given followed by some conclusions. You have to consider the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the following conclusions if any, follow from the given statements

1. Statements: 

Some fliters are floaters. 

No floaters is good. 

Some good is flicker

Conclusion: 

(I) Some flicker are floaters.

(II) All flicker being floaters is possibility.

(III) All flicker being fliters is a possibility.

1) Only (i) and (iii) follow

2) only (iii) follow

3) Either (i) or (ii) follow

4) All follow

5) None of these

2. Statements: 

All fresh is clash. 

No fresh is titans.

Some titans is pulse. 

Conclusion: 

(I) Some clash are not titans.

(II) All pulse being fresh is a possibility.

(III) All pulse being clash is a possibility.

1) Only (i) and (iii) follow

2) only (iii) follow

3) Either (i) or (ii) follow

4) All follow

5) None of these

3. Statements: 

No note is a coin.

All plastics are notes. 

Some notes are toy.

Conclusion: 

(I) Some toys are not coins

(II) All toys being plastic is a possibility.

(III) All plastic being toys is a possibility.

1) Only (i) and (iii) follow

2) only (iii) follow

3) Only (i) or (ii) follow

4) All follow

5) None of these

4. Statements: 

Some fliters are floaters. 

No floaters is good.  

Some good is flicker

Conclusion: 

(I) All flicker are good.

(II) All floaters being fliters is possibility.

(III) All Good being fliters is a possibility.

1) Only (i) and (iii) follow

2) only (iii) follow

3) Only (ii) and (iii) follow

4) All follow

5) None of these

5. Statements: 

All bricks are stones. 

Some stones are rocks.

All rocks are mountains.

Conclusions: 

I. Some mountains which are stones are also a part of bricks.

II. No rock is brick is a possibility.

1) Only (i) and (ii) follow

2) only (ii) follows

3) Only (i)  follows 

4) None follows

5) None of these



ANSWER:

1-2       2-1       3-4       4-3       5-2

2016-11-04


RANKING/ARRANGEMENT

Directions(1-5):Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
        P,Q,R,S,T,V and W are sitting around acircle facing at the centre. V is second to the left of P and second to theright of W.T is third to the right of W. T is third to the right of Q and isnot an immediate neighbor of V.S is third to the right of R.
1.Whois to the immediate left of S?
1)V          2)T          3)Q
4)W         5)None of these
2.Whois third to the left of V?
1)T          2)S           3)W
4)R          5)None of these
3.Inwhich of the following groups the first person is sitting between the secondand the third persons?
1)RPQ    2)TWS    3)QPR
4)QVS     5)None of these
4.Whois second to the right of Q?
1)R          2)W         3)T
4)S           5)None of these
5.Whois to the immediate right of R?
1)W         2)T          3)P
4)Datainadequate
5)Noneof these
6.Howmany such digits are there in the number 6837941 each of which is as far awayfrom the beginning in the number as when the digits are arranged in descendingorder within the number?
1)None    2)One      3)Two
4)Three          
5)Morethan three

ANSWER:
1-4           2-1           3-5           4-1         5-2            6-3

2016-08-08


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