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Quantitative Aptitude Questions and Answers with Explanation

  1. Age
  2. Area
  3. Average
  4. Banker's Discount
  5. Boats and Streams
  6. Calendar
  7. Chain Rule
  8. Clock
  9. Decimal Fractions
  10. H.C.F. and L.C.M.
  11. Height and Distance
  12. Logarithm
  1. Mixtures and Alligations
  2. Numbers
  3. Partnerships
  4. Percentage
  5. Permutations and Combinations
  6. Pipes and Cistern
  7. Probability
  8. Profit and Loss
  9. Races and Games
  10. Series - Odd Man Out
  11. Series - Find Missing Number
  12. Simple Interest
  1. Compound Interest
  2. Simplification
  3. Square Root and Cube Root
  4. Stocks and Shares
  5. Surds and Indices
  6. Time and Distance
  7. Time and Work
  8. Trains
  9. Questions Posted By Users

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Aptitude Questions and Answers on Average with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Problems on Trains with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Time and Work with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Partnerships with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Problems on Ages with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Profit and Loss with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Mixtures and Alligations with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Clock with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Calendar with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Percentage with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Time and Distance with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Permutations and Combinations with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Chain Rule with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Area with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Numbers with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Banker's Discount with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on H.C.F. and L.C.M. with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Surds and Indices with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Probability with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Simplification with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Logarithm with explanation

Aptitude Questions and Answers on Stocks and Shares with explanation



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May 21 Mar 2015 10:49 AM
A is twice as old as B.If in 18 years A will be 5/4 times as old as B will be then,Find B's present age.
A)6
B)12
C)24
D)30
E)54
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Dev 21 Mar 2015 3:36 PM
Let age of A and B be 2x and x

In 18 years A will be 5/4 times as old as B
(2x+18) = 5/4 * (x+18)
4(2x +18) = 5(x+18)
8x + 72 = 5x + 90
3x = 18
x = 6 which is the present age of B
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ramya 18 Mar 2015 8:18 AM
solve 4x+3y=17,5x-2y=4 by elimination method
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ramya 12 Mar 2015 8:09 AM

sir I have another question from proportions.

The question is.  A dealer mixes tea costing rs.6.92 per kg with tea coasting rs.7.77 per kg and sells the mixture at 8.80 per kg and earns a profit for 17 1/2%  on his sale price.  In what proportion does he mix them?

please send me the solution as soon as possible for my gmail.

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Raj 14 Mar 2015 7:31 AM
Profit = 17.5%
Selling Price of 1 kg mixture = 8.8
Profit on his sale price = 8.8 * 17.5/100 = 1.54
Cost Price of 1 Kg mixture = 7.26

By rule of alligation

  Cost Price of 1 Kg tea (type1)           Cost Price of 1 Kg tea (type2)          
                       6.92                             7.77
                            \                              /
                              \                          /
                                   Cost Price of
                                    1 Kg mixture
                                        7.26
                               /                        \
                             /                           \                  
                    (7.77-7.26)                      (7.26- 6.92)        

Required ratio =   (7.77-7.26) : (7.26- 6.92)
= 0.51 : 0.34
= 51 : 34
= 3 : 2
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kiran 10 Mar 2015 5:02 AM
By putting interest and by seeing the explanation we can understand the problems
very well.

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komal 05 Mar 2015 8:28 PM
( ) + ( )+ ( )= 30 
U can use (1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15)
These no. Only
Also repet numbers.
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Barkha 20 Mar 2015 11:05 AM
(15)+(7)+(9)=30
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vishvanath 17 Mar 2015 3:29 PM
(11-1)+(13-3)+(15-5)=30
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shivang 07 Mar 2015 12:15 PM
3!+11+13 
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