Dear PaGaLGuY readers,

As we all know, Quantitative Aptitude
or Numerical Aptitude is an important component of a number of competitive
examinations such as the UPSC Civil Services Examination, Banking Entrance
Examinations, SSC CGL/CHSL Examination, MBA Entrance Examination, Combined
Defence Services Examination, etc. In order to help you practice and improve
your quantitative ability, we are providing you this Quantitative Aptitude

Given below are a few questions from
SSC examinations held in the last few years. Leave your answers/ responses in
the comments section below and soon we’ll let you know the correct answers!

1. The area of a circle is 324 π
square cm. The length of its longest chord (in cm.) is

(a) 36

(b) 28

(c) 38

(d) 32

2. The area of a rhombus is 256 square cm. and one of its
diagonals is twice the other in length. Then length of its larger diagonal is

(a) 32 cm

(b) 16 cm            

(c) 48 cm                

(d) 24 cm

3. If 3 – 5x/2x + 3 – 5y/2y + 3 –
5z/2z = 0, the value of 2/x + 2/y + 2/z is

(a) 20

(b) 5

(c) 10              

(d) 15

4.  The distance
between 2 places R and S is 42 km. Anita starts from R at a uniform speed of 4
km/h towards S and at the same time Romita starts from S towards R also at some
uniform speed. They meet each other after 6 hours. The speed of Romita is

(a) 18 km/hour

(b) 6 km/hour

(c) 20 km/hour

(d) 3 km/hour

5. If the side of a square is ½ (x + 1) units and its
diagonal is 3 – x/√2 units, then the length of the side of the square would be

(a) 4/3 units

(b) ½ unit    

(c) 1 unit     

(d) 2 units

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