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 triangle is 48 cm^2.  If its base is 16 m and its other two sides
are equal to each other, then its other sides are

(a) 10 m              (b) 12 m               (c) 14 m             (d) 16 m

2. The area of a trapezium
formed by increasing one longer side of a rectangle and joining it with
opposite side is 42 cm^2. If the sides of rectangle are 4 cm and 9 cm respectively,
then the length is increased by

(a) 3 cm              (b) 4 cm               (c) 5 cm             (d) None of these

3. The perimeter of 1 face of cube is 20 cm. It’s volume is

(a) 115 cm^3                   (b) 125 cm^3              (c) 120 cm^3             (d) 110 cm^3

4. The volume of two spheres are in ratio 27 : 3. The
difference of their surface areas, if

the sum of their radii is
10 cm is

(a) 120 π cm^2           (b) 12.5 π cm^2             (c) 80 π cm^2           (d) 125 π cm^2

5. The radii of two right
circular cones are in the ratio 4 : 5 and heights are in the ratio

5 : 6. The ratio of their
volume is

(a) 8 : 13                (b) 8 : 17              (c) 8 : 19               (d) 8 : 15

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