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The section of boat and stream is an important topic of mathematics subject from competitive examinations like SSC, UPSC, Railways, Banking, which we can understand by the adaptive and counter current of the stream. Questions related to boat and stream can be solved only by understanding the formulas, like speed of boat = (speed in the direction of the...
The topic of discount, which comes under the subject of Mathematics, is also important for other topics. Discount refers to that discount which is given at the face value of an item or service. Discount based questions are generally asked in Railways, Banks, SSC, and all government jobs. So today in this article, I have provided discount related questions...
Algebra is an important branch of mathematics, under which symbols are used instead of numbers. Also, this topic is also very important from the point of view of various competitive examinations, because the questions related to it are asked in every government examination. If you too are preparing for any competitive exam, then you can evaluate your exam...
In almost all competitive examinations conducted by the central and state government, are asked questions related to compound interest under the subject of Mathematics. In the questions based on compound interest, interest is calculated on interest based on principal. Here today, I have provided questions on compounding interest to the students who are Pr...
LCM and HCF are considered to be an important topic of mathematics on the basis of calculation. So, here today in this article, we are making you aware of all those important questions, which will be helpful for successful results in your competitive examinations. In this post, we have given information about the questions related to the least common...
In Competitive exams like SSC, IAS, RAS, UPSC, RRB, etc are asked in Coordinate Geometry questions, which is a core part of the Quantitative Aptitude section, it tests a candidate on concepts in a comprehensive way - geometric shapes. Graphical representation, the distance between digits, section formula, intercept, circle, etc. Generally, if you...
Dears Friends, As you know, Geometry questions are often asked in competitive exams like SSC, IAS, RAS, UPSC, RRB, BANK, which is the main part of the Aptitude section. It broadly tests an examinee on concepts. Geometry is that branch of mathematics in which the studied of points, lines, curves, planes, etc. If you expect to score almost all the marks...
A student needs to know many facts and formulas to solve profit and loss questions in the aptitude section. To get good marks in the competitive exam, a student should be practice every single section. So here, I am sharing important questions related to profit and loss for your practice.
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29 boys are standing in a line such that distance between any two consecutive boys is same . A teacher takes 7 seconds to reach from first boy to 15th boy. How much more time (in seconds) will he take to reach the 22 boys?1 0 5f328492a19eae5979ff6ecd
Answer : 1. "3.5 "
Total wages of 6 men, 4 women and 8 boys are Rs 26. If the wages of 6 men is equal to that of 8 women and the wages of 4 women is equal to that of 6 boys, then find out the total wages of 8 men, 6 women and 4 days?1 0 5f32838fb07ff927c147c065
- 1Rs. 25falseCorrectWrong
- 2Rs. 29trueCorrectWrong
- 3Rs. 32falseCorrectWrong
- 4Rs. 24falseCorrectWrong
Answer : 2. "Rs. 29"
Three numbers are in the ratio 5: 7: 12. If the sum of the first and the third numbers is greater than the second number by 50. The sum of the three numbers is1 0 5f3282b4b07ff927c147b2da
Answer : 4. "120 "
A bank offers a 20% compound interest per half year . A customer deposits Rs. 2800 each on 1st January and 1st July of a year. At the end of the year, the amount he would have gained by way of interest is______1 0 5f328262a19eae5979ff57c2
Answer : 1. "Rs.1792 "
If a vendor sells apples at Rs 170 per kg he suffers 15 % loss. If he sells at Rs 230 per kg, then what is his profit percentage?14 0 5f328208a19eae5979ff56a3