# 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.

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Q:

Given that the lengths of the paths of a ball thrown with different speeds by two boy sare the same, if they take 0.6 seconds and 1 second respectively to cover the said length, what is the average speed of travel for the first throw, if the same for the second is 96 km/h?

 A) 160 km/h B) 200 km/h C) 150 km/h D) 100 km/h

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Three of the following four letter-clusters are alike in a certain way and one is different. Pick the odd one out.

 A) FNMG B) SKLV C) PXWQ D) BKJC

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A circle touches the side PQ of a APQ at the point R and sides AP and AQ produced at the points B and C, respectively. If the perimeter of triangle APQ = 30 cm, then the length of AB is:

 A) 20 cm B) 10 cm C) 12 cm D) 15 cm

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In a circle with centre O, an arc ABC subtends an angle of 136 deg at the centre of the circle. The chord AB is produced to a point P. Then angle CBP is equal to:

 A) 72 deg B) 44 deg C) 68 deg D) 66 deg

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Four words have been given, out of which three are alike in some manner, while one is different. Select the odd word.

 A) Righteousness B) Virtue C) Conduct D) Probity

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Latha deposited an amount of Rs.35,000 in a bank with simple interest 11% per annum. How much interest will she earn after one year?

 A) Rs.3370 B) Rs.3220 C) Rs.3500 D) Rs.3850

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In a ABC, the sides are AB = 16 cm, AC = 63 cm, BC = 65 cm. From A, a straight line AM is drawn up to the midpoint M of side BC. Then the length of AM is equal to:

 A) 32.5 cm B) 24.5 cm C) 23.5 cm D) 31.5 cm

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The average of four consecutive odd natural numbers is eight less than the average of three consecutive even natural numbers. If the sum of these three even numbers is equal to the sum of above four odd numbers, then the average of four original odd numbers is

 A) 32 B) 24 C) 18 D) 36