LIC AAO Mains Quantitative Aptitude Quiz: 14th June

LIC-AAO-Mains-Quantitative-Aptitude-Quiz: 14th June


Here, we are providing free crash course for LIC AAO Mains as there is left not enough time to deal in details. The questions asked in the quantitative aptitude section are calculative and very time-consuming. But once dealt with proper strategy, speed, and accuracy, this section can get you the maximum marks in the examination. Following is the Quantitative Aptitude quiz to help you practice with the best of latest pattern questions.



Directions (1-5): The following Line Chart represents the speed of current and boat for week days except Sunday for a person to go to various places across Gomti River. The table shows the places he visited on weekdays. (Assume Speed for Crossing river on return journey is downstream speed) SPEED (in kmph)




Q1. If the person visited Meena Bazar and Secretariat on Monday and Wednesday respectively, the time he takes to cross the river both ways on Wednesday is how many times of that the time he takes to cross the river on return journey on Monday:
12
6
9
13
8
Solution:


Q2. What is the difference between the total time taken by the person while visiting and returning from Imambara on Monday and visiting the Janeshwar Park on Friday while covering the Land Area by Bus @ 40 kmph?
40.625 h
45.75 h
43.625 h
33.5 h
41.75 h
Solution:


Q3. On which day, variation in speed of boat is maximum as compared to previous day?
Tuesday
Wednesday
Friday
Saturday
None of these
Solution:
It is clearly visible from the graph that speed of the boat varies maximum on Tuesday as compared to Monday

Q4. Avg. Land covering area for all the places is approximate what percent of the avg. of area covered while crossing the river?
29%
40%
33%
37%
47%
Solution:


Q5. If the person has to visit the entire place in a day except Sunday, what is the maximum distance he must travel through boat?
81 km
80 km
161 km
Can’t determined
30 km
Solution:
Can’t be determined as the distances between places and direction of places from his source is unknown.

Q6. The work done by a man, a woman and a child is in the ratio of 3 : 2 : 1. There are 20 men, 30 women and 36 children in a factory. Their weekly wages amount to Rs. 780, which is divided in the ratio of work done by the men, women and children. What will be the wages of 15 men, 21 women and 30 children for 2 weeks ?
Rs. 585
Rs. 292.5
Rs. 1170
Rs.900
None of these
Solution:


Q7. Ramesh, Rajan and Ritesh enter into partnership by making investments in the ratio 3 : 5 : 7. After a year, Ritesh invests another Rs. 337600 while Ramesh withdraws Rs. 45600. The ratio of investments then changes to 24 : 59 : 167. How much did Ramesh invest initially?
Rs. 45,600
Rs. 96,000
Rs. 1,41,600
Rs. 1,56,000
Rs. 86,400
Solution:


Q8. The average age of all the students of a class is 16 years. The average age of boys of the class is 21 years and that of the girls is 12 years. What is the ratio of the boys to the girls?
4:5
2:3
1:2
1:3
4:7
Solution:


Q9. The sum of the ages of father and son is 50 years. Eight years ago, the product of their ages was two time the father’s age at that time, then the present ages (in years) of the father and son respectively are
39,6
35,10
36,9
40,10
42,8
Solution:


Q10. Shashank and Aniket started a business in partnership by investing Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 4000 respectively. Condition of partnership is that Aniket got Rs. 100 per month for management of the business. After paying 5% interest on the capital from the profits, remaining annual profit has been distributed in the ratio of their investment. Find the profit share of Aniket, if the annual profit is Rs. 4000.
Rs. 2000
Rs. 2200
Rs. 2400
Rs. 1800
Rs. 3000
Solution:


Directions (11-15): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions? 

Q11. 98÷14×49-294=(?)²
–14
√7
–7
196
156
Solution:


Q12.
5
6
3
8
12
Solution:


Q13. 454.58-376.89+121.45-95.42=?
102.22
103.72
91.72
92.32
97
Solution:
103.72

Q14.
123.9
121.1
111.1
122.1
123.1
Solution:

Q15.
13-2√3
13
13-4√3
1
6
Solution:

               






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