LIC Assistant Mains Quant Quiz: 12th December 2019
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Question 1 of 15
1. Question
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Direction (1 – 5): Each question below is followed by two Statements [I] and [II]. You have to determine whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.
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(a) if the Statement [I] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [II] alone is not sufficient
(b) if the Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [I] alone is not sufficient
(c) if both Statement [I] and [II] together are needed to answer the question
(d) if either the Statement [I] alone or Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question
(e) if you cannot get the answer from the Statements [I] and [II] together but need even more data
Q. What is the C.I. on a sum at the end of 3 years ? I. C.I. at the end of two years is Rs. 110. II. Difference between CI and SI at the end of two year is Rs. 100 and rate percent is 10%.
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Direction (1 – 5): Each question below is followed by two Statements [I] and [II]. You have to determine whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.
Give answer
(a) if the Statement [I] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [II] alone is not sufficient
(b) if the Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [I] alone is not sufficient
(c) if both Statement [I] and [II] together are needed to answer the question
(d) if either the Statement [I] alone or Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question
(e) if you cannot get the answer from the Statements [I] and [II] together but need even more data
Q. Two trains X and Y starts from point A and B respectively towards each other. What is the distance between them when they start ? I. When both trains cross each other, time taken by train X to reach B is twice the time taken by train Y to reach A. II. Distance between them after 60 min. is 800 km.
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Direction (1 – 5): Each question below is followed by two Statements [I] and [II]. You have to determine whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.
Give answer
(a) if the Statement [I] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [II] alone is not sufficient
(b) if the Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [I] alone is not sufficient
(c) if both Statement [I] and [II] together are needed to answer the question
(d) if either the Statement [I] alone or Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question
(e) if you cannot get the answer from the Statements [I] and [II] together but need even more data
Q. Ram sold an item. Find the M.P of the item? I. Ram gave two successive discounts of 20% & 5% on marked price but after that take 25% more on discounted price as tax. Ram can earn Rs. 40 more if he sell the item at MP (excluding tax). II. Ram gave two successive discounts on MP i.e., 15% & 20% whereas Ram kept M.P. 50% more than the C.P. of that item.
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Direction (1 – 5): Each question below is followed by two Statements [I] and [II]. You have to determine whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.
Give answer
(a) if the Statement [I] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [II] alone is not sufficient
(b) if the Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [I] alone is not sufficient
(c) if both Statement [I] and [II] together are needed to answer the question
(d) if either the Statement [I] alone or Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question
(e) if you cannot get the answer from the Statements [I] and [II] together but need even more data
Q. Find the amount invested by Jagriti? I. If jagriti invested half of the amount in Yes Bank at 5% p.a. for 3 years and half the amount in Kotak Bank at 6% p.a. for 5 year, she got total Rs 4500 as Simple Interest. II. Jagriti will get 2420 more if she will invest in a bank at 10% p.a. for 3 year at compound interest rather than 10% p.a. for 2 year in same bank at compound interest
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Direction (1 – 5): Each question below is followed by two Statements [I] and [II]. You have to determine whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.
Give answer
(a) if the Statement [I] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [II] alone is not sufficient
(b) if the Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question but the Statement [I] alone is not sufficient
(c) if both Statement [I] and [II] together are needed to answer the question
(d) if either the Statement [I] alone or Statement [II] alone is sufficient to answer the question
(e) if you cannot get the answer from the Statements [I] and [II] together but need even more data
Q. Whose body weight is second highest among the five boys Arun, Vinay, Suraj, Raju and Pratap? I. Average weight of Arun, Suraj and Vinay is 68 kg and average weight of Raju and Pratap is 72 kg. Also, weight of Suraj, Raju and Vinay is 78 kg, 68 kg and 46 kg respectively. II. Average weight of Arun, Suraj, Vinay and Raju is 68 kg and also weight of Suraj, Raju and Vinay is 78 kg, 68 kg and 46 kg respectively. All of them have different weights.
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Question 7 of 15
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Total A_{2 }tickets sold in Nehru stadium is how much less than ÂA_{3} tickets sold in Raipur stadium?
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Find the ratio between total A_{3} tickets sold in Eden and Kaloor stadium together to total A_{2} tickets sold in Patel and Eden stadium together?
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Find the average number of total A_{1 }tickets sold by all five stadiums together?
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Question 10 of 15
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A_{1} and A_{2} tickets sold in Nehru stadium is what percent more/less than A_{1} and A_{2} tickets sold in Raipur stadium?
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Question 11 of 15
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Directions (11-15):-Find the wrong number in the given number series questions.
Q. 1, 4, 7, 31, 91, 211, 421
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Question 12 of 15
12. Question
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Directions (11-15):-Find the wrong number in the given number series questions.
Q. 5, 13, 27, 50, 65, 85, 103, 117
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Question 13 of 15
13. Question
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Directions (11-15):-Find the wrong number in the given number series questions.
Q. 4, 6, 15, 25, 90, 113, 333
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Question 14 of 15
14. Question
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Directions (11-15):-Find the wrong number in the given number series questions.
Q. 12, 20, 32, 60, 92, 132, 180
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Directions (11-15):-Find the wrong number in the given number series questions.