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# Aptitude Math Questions for SSC Exams

In this Aptitude Math Questions for SSC Exams blog, we delve into the world of quantitative aptitude, an essential component of various SSC (Staff Selection Commission) exams. Whether you are a first-time SSC exam taker or aiming to improve your mathematical skills, this blog is your go-to resource for mastering aptitude math questions. Our team of expert educators and exam specialists have meticulously curated a diverse array of aptitude math problems commonly encountered in SSC exams. From basic arithmetic to complex problem-solving techniques, we cover a wide range of topics to equip you with the necessary tools for success.

## Aptitude Math Questions

In this blog Aptitude Math Questions and Answers, we are trying to provide the latest and important questions related to HCF LCM, Average, Time and Distance,  and many topics of Geneal Math for upcoming competitive exams like SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO, Bank, RRB and other government exams.

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## Aptitude Math Questions for SSC Exams

Q :

A can do a piece of work in 15 days. B is 25% more efficient than A, and C is 40% more efficient than B. A and C work together for 3 days and then C leaves. A and B together will complete the work in:

(A) 3 days

(B) $$2{1\over 2} days$$

(C) 4 days

(D) $$3{1\over 2} days$$

Q :

Working for 10 hours per day, 6 men can build a wall in a certain number of days. By working for how many hours/minutes per day can 12 men build the wall in the same days?

(A) 7 hours 30 minutes

(B) 5 hours

(C) 20 hours

(D) 10 hours

Q :

P, Q and R can finish a work in 5 days, 10 days, and 15 days, respectively, working alone. P and Q works on first day, P and R works on second day and P and Q works on third day and son on till the work is completed. In how many days the work will be completed?

(A) $${13\over 2}$$

(B) $${9\over 2}$$

(C) $${7\over 2}$$

(D) $${5\over 2}$$

Q :

A and B can complete a work together in 48 days. A is 4 times as work efficient as B. In how many days can B alone complete the work?

(A) 220 days

(B) 320 days

(C) 240 days

(D) 120 days

Q :

A and B together can complete a certain work in 20 days whereas B and C together can complete it in 24 days. If A is twice as good a work man as C, then in what time will B alone do 40% of the same work?

(A) 12 days

(B) 15 days

(C) 18 days

(D) 10 days

Q :

A person divided a certain sum between his three sons in the ratio 3:4: 5. Had he divided the sum in $${1\over 3}:{1\over 4}:{1\over 5}$$ the ratio: the son, who got the least share earlier, would have got ₹1,188 more. The sum (in) was:

(A) 6,768

(B) 5,640

(C) 7,008

(D) 6,840

Q :

Two numbers are in the ratio 3:5. If 12 is added to both the numbers, then the ratio becomes 5:7. The sum of the given two numbers is

(A) 32

(B) 40

(C) 48

(D) 56

Q :

The ratio of marks obtained by Rajesh, Rakesh and Ramesh in an exam is 2 : 4 : 9. What are the marks obtained by Rakesh and Ramesh, if Rajesh scored 30 marks in the exam?

(A) Rakesh = 40, Ramesh = 90

(B) Rakesh = 60, Ramesh = 135

(C) Rakesh = 120, Ramesh = 180

(D) Rakesh = 90, Ramesh = 40

Q :

The ratio of the number of coins of 25 paise, 50 paise, Rs.2 and Rs.5 is 5 ∶ 4 ∶ 3 ∶ 1, respectively. If the total amount of the coins is Rs.285, then the difference between the number of 25 paise and Rs.5 coins is:

(A) 80

(B) 30

(C) 40

(D) 60

Q :

A, B and C invested capital in the ratio of 3 : 4 : 8. At the end of the business term, they received the profit in the ratio of 2 : 3 : 5. What is the ratio of their invested time?

(A) 15 : 16 : 13

(B) 13 : 18 : 15

(C) 16 : 18 : 15

(D) 16 : 21 : 18