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So, here we are with the Most important Twisted questions of Quant.

Q1. Srini wrote his class 10th board examination this year. When the result came out he searched for his hall ticket to see his roll number but could not trace it. He could remember only the first three digits of the 6 digit number as 267. His father, however, remembered that the number was divisible by 11. His mother gave the information that the number was also divisible by 13. They tried to recollect the number when all of a sudden Srini told that the number was a multiple of 7. What was the unit digits of the number?
(a) 5
(b) 7
(c) 2
(d) 9
(e) 11

Q2. The students of class 10th of Morgan High School took a test which had a maximum of 50 marks. The teacher misplaced the text notebooks of two of the students-Robin and Garry, but remembered that Garry had scored something between 10 and 15 and Robin something between 32 to 40. She also remembered that the product of the marks obtained by the two students was also equal to 10 times the marks obtained by two of them. How many marks did Garry scored?
(a) 11
(b) 12
(c) 13
(d) 14
(e) 16

Q3. In an election for the post of class representative at Pitampura centre where two candidates were contesting, 10% of the students did not vote (because they were late, as usual) and 60 votes recorded were declared invalid (because stray marks were made on the ballot paper). Winning candidate won the election by 308 votes and it was found that he had been supported by 47% of the whole students of the class. Which of the following can be the number of valid votes recorded for each candidate?
(a) 2308, 2000
(b) 2904, 2596
(c) 2914, 2606
(d) 2464, 2772
(e) None of these

Q4. In the US opinion polls held during August, 60% of the respondents favoured Walter Mondale while the rest favoured George W. Bush. It was found in September polls that 10% of Mondale supporters switched their preference to Bush, while the same percentage of Bush’s supporters also switched their preference to Mondale. What percentage of the electorate should now switch their preference from Mondale to Bush so that they are at par?
(a) 6%
(b) 8%
(c) 10%
(d) 14%
(e) None of these

Q5. Kishore is an employee of a MNC firm. He needs Rs. 10 lakhs for buying a new flat in Patel Nagar. His company is offering housing loan at an interest rate of 15% for 5 years. The two banks ICICI and HFDC are offering loan for 5 year period at an interest rate of 18% and 13% respectively. How much should Kishore borrow from the two banks so that he can pay the interest rate same as that of his own MNC firm?
(a) 5 lakhs from HDFC and 5 from ICICI
(b) 3 lakhs from HDFC and 7 from ICICI
(c) 6 lakhs from HDFC and 4 from ICICI
(d) 8 lakhs from HDFC and 2 from ICICI
(e) None of these

Q6. The average weight of 3 men A, B and C is 84 kg. Another man D joins the group and the average now becomes 80 kg. If another man E, whose weight is 3 kg more than that D, replaces A then the average weight of B, C, D, and E becomes 78 kg. The weight of A is
(a) 70 kg
(b) 72 kg
(c) 79 kg
(d) 78 kg
(e) None of these

Q7. A manufacturer sells a pair of glasses to a wholesale dealer at a profit of 18%. The wholesaler sells the same to a retailer at a profit of 20%. The retailer in turn sells them to a customer for Rs. 30.09, thereby earning a profit of 25%. The cost price for the manufacturer is
(a) Rs. 15
(b) Rs. 16
(c) Rs. 17
(d) Rs. 18
(e) None of these

Q8. The average marks of the girls in a class is equal to the number of boys and the average marks of boys is equal to the number of girls. If the class average is 4 less than the average of both the boys’s and the girls’ average marks, what will be the number of students in the class?
(a) 24
(b) 48
(c) 50
(d) 64
(e) None of these

Q9. Vinay fires two bullets from the same place at an interval of 12 minutes but Raju sitting in a train approaching the place hears the second report 11 minutes 30 seconds after the first. What is the approximate speed of train (if sound travels at the speed of 330 metre per second)?
(a) 660/23 m/s
(b) 220/7 m/s
(c) 330/23 m/s
(d) 110/23 m/s
(e) None of these

Q10. A can build up a wall in 8 days while B can break it in 3 days. A has worked for 4 days and then B joined to work with A for another 2 days only. In how many days will A alone build up the remaining part of wall?
(a) 13 (1/3) days
(b) 7 (1/3) days
(c) 6 (1/3) days
(d) 7 days
(e) None of these

Q11. A factory manufactures dyes. It has 12 men and two machines which can be operated by all of its men. It takes 4 hours to manufacture one dye on the machine with the operator. The machines can work continuously without a break. Without the machine each of the men can manufacture a dye in 8 hours. The policy is such that the production is maximized and the men are ready to work in three shifts of 8 hours per day. What will be the average cost incurred per dye if 1 man hour costs Rs. 20 and 1 machine hour costs Rs. 15?
(a) Rs. 140
(b) Rs. 160
(c) Rs. 147
(d) Rs. 153
(e) None of these

Q12. The daily work of 2 men is equal to that of 3 women or that of 4 youngsters. By employing 14 men, 12 women, and 12 youngsters a certain work can be finished in 24 days. If it is required to finish it in 14 days and as an additional labour, only men are available, how many of them will be required?
(a) 20 men
(b) 18 men
(c) 48 men
(d) 28 men
(e) None of these

Q13. Equal amounts of each Rs. 43,892 is lend to two persons for 3 years. One at the rate of 30% S.I. and second at the rate of 30% C.I. annually. By how much per cent the C.I. is greater than the simple interest received in this 3 years duration?
(a) 23%
(b) 33%
(c) 33.33%
(d) 37%
(e) None of these

Q14. A man has 7 relatives. 4 of them are ladies and 3 gentlemen; his wife also has 7 relatives. 3 of them are ladies and 4 gentlemen. In how many ways can they invite 3 ladies and 3 gentlemen for a dinner party so that there are 3 of the man’s relatives and 3 of the wife’s relatives?
(a) 395
(b) 465
(c) 485
(d) 515
(e) None of these

Q15. The probability that a man will live 10 more years is 1/4 and the probability that his wife will live 10 more years is 1/3. Then the probability that neither will be alive in 10 years is
(a) 5/12
(b) 7/12
(c) 1/2
(d) 11/12
(e) None of these