A quantitative abilities test is a systematic means of testing a job candidate's abilities to perform specific tasks and react to a range of different situations. Practice quantitative abilities questions with answers to solve quantitative aptitude-based problems asked in competitive exams. Quantitative abilities questions are asked in SSC, Bank Exams, UPS Exams, RPSC Exams, Railways Exams, IAS, RAS and in approx all the Competitive exams.

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If m:n=3:2, then (4m+5n):(4m-5n) equal to-

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    4:9
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    9:4
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    11:1
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    9:1
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Answer : 3. "11:1"
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    81
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    72
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    45
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    56
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Answer : 1. "81"
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    1:2
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    3:4
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    1:4
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    3:5
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Answer : 2. "3:4"
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    20:9
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    9:20
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    29:11
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    11:29
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Answer : 3. "29:11"
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    2:3
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    1:2
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    3:2
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    2:1
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Answer : 3. "3:2"
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If 2A=3B=4C, then A:B:C will be-

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    2:3:4
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    4:3:2
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    6:4:3
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    3:4:6
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Answer : 3. "6:4:3"
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