# Quantitative Aptitude - Arithmetic Ability Questions

## What is Quantitative Aptitude - Arithmetic Ability?

Quantitative Aptitude - Arithmetic Ability test helps measure one's numerical ability, problem solving and mathematical skills. Quantitative aptitude - arithmetic ability is found in almost all the entrance exams, competitive exams and placement exams. Quantitative aptitude questions includes questions ranging from pure numeric calculations to critical arithmetic reasoning. Questions on graph and table reading, percentage analysis, categorization, simple interests and compound interests, clocks, calendars, Areas and volumes, permutations and combinations, logarithms, numbers, percentages, partnerships, odd series, problems on ages, profit and loss, ratio & proportions, stocks &shares, time & distance, time & work and more .

Every aspirant giving Quantitative Aptitude Aptitude test tries to solve maximum number of problems with maximum accuracy and speed. In order to solve maximum problems in time one should be thorough with formulas, theorems, squares and cubes, tables and many short cut techniques and most important is to practice as many problems as possible to find yourself some tips and tricks in solving quantitative aptitude - arithmetic ability questions.

Wide range of Quantitative Aptitude - Arithmetic Ability questions given here are useful for all kinds of competitive exams like Common Aptitude Test(CAT), MAT, GMAT, IBPS and all bank competitive exams, CSAT, CLAT, SSC Exams, ICET, UPSC, SNAP Test, KPSC, XAT, GRE, Defence, LIC/G IC, Railway exams,TNPSC, University Grants Commission (UGC), Career Aptitude test (IT companies), Government Exams and etc.

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Q:

In the following question, four groups of three numbers are given. In each group the second and third number are related to the first number by a Logic/Rule/Relation. Three are similar on basis of same Logic/Rule/Relation. Select the odd one out from the given alternatives.

 A) (6, 19, 13) B) (7, 21, 15) C) (18, 55, 37) D) (15, 46, 31)

Explanation:

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If G is the G.M. of the product of r sets of observations with geometric means G1, G2, G3,... Gr respectively, then find the value of G ?

 A) logG1 + logG2 + ... + logGr B) G1.G2....Gr C) G1 + G2 + G3 +...+Gr D) logG1 . logG2 . ... . logGr

Explanation:

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Two circles of radii 20 cm and 5 cm, respectively, touch each other externally at the point P, AB is the direct common tangent of those two circles of centres R and S, respectively. The length of AB is equal to:

 A) 10 cm B) 5 cm C) 15 cm D) 20 cm

Explanation:

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A and B can complete a piece of work in 15 days and 10 days respectively. They got a contract to complete the work for ₹75000. The share of B (in ₹) in the contracted money will be:

 A) 45,000 B) 30,000 C) 35,000 D) 40,000

Explanation:

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Water flows into a tank 180 m 140 m through a rectangular pipe of 1.2m 0.75 m at a rate of 15 km/h. In what time will the water rise by 4 m?

 A) 7 hours 28 minutes B) 6 hours 42 minutes C) 8 hours 12 minutes D) 5 hours 46 minutes

Explanation:

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In a circle with centre O, AB is the diameter and CD is a chord such that ABCD is a trapezium. If angle BAC = 40 deg , then angle CAD is equal to

 A) 15 deg B) 20 deg C) 50 deg D) 10 deg

Explanation:

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What number should be deducted from 1265 to make it divisible by 29 exactly?

 A) 15 B) 16 C) 18 D) 17

Explanation:

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Two concentric circles are of radii 13 cm and 5 cm. The length of the chord of the larger circle which touches the smaller circle is:

 A) 15 cm B) 10 cm C) 24 cm D) 13 cm