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2017-03-05 14:58:16 
why don't you put reasoning and verbal ability questions. I like this page very much, because of aptitude questions. Why don't you put reasoning and verbal questions.
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2015-04-09 13:59:29 
1) A water tank is hemispherical below and cylindrical at the top. If the radius is $12$ m and capacity is $3312\pi$ cubic metre, the height of the cylindrical portion in metres is:

2) If three metallic spheres of radii $6$ cms, $8$ cms and $10$ cms are melted to from a single sphere, the diameter of the new sphere will be:

3) Sixty men can build a wall in $40$ days, but though they begin the work together, $5$ men quit every ten days. The time needed to build the wall is:

4) Shyam is travelling on his cycle and has calculated to reach point 'A' at $2$ PM If he travels at $10$ kmph. he will reach there at $12$ noon if he travels at $15$ kmph. At what speed must he travel to reach point 'A' at $1$ PM:

5) An aeroplane travelling at $700$ kmph in level flight drops a bomb from a height of $1000$ metres on a target. The time taken from releasing the bomb to hitting the target is nearest to the figure:

6) In a History examination, the average for the entire class was $80$ marks. If $10\%$ of the students scored $95$ marks and $20\%$ scored $90$ marks. What was the average marks of the remaining students of the class
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2016-03-16 13:38:39 
6) Suppose students $=100$


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2016-03-16 13:33:18 
4) $d= t×10$

$t=6$ hrs

speed $=12$ km/hr
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2016-03-16 13:27:12 
3) Total man days $=2400$

$60×10+55×10+50×10+45×10=2100$ man days
$\dfrac{300}{40}=7.5$ days

Total days $=10+10+10+10+7.5=47.5$ days
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2016-03-16 13:16:24 
2) $\dfrac{4}{3}×\dfrac{22}{7}×r×r×r=\dfrac{4}{3}×\dfrac{22}{7}×(216+512+1000)$
$r=12$ cm
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2016-03-16 13:10:15 
1) Volume, V $=\dfrac{22}{7}×12×12\left(\dfrac{4}{3}×12×\dfrac{1}{2}+h\right)=3312×\dfrac{22}{7}$
h=23-8=15\text{ m}$
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Ritesh Singh
2016-02-04 05:02:52 
we will have to take up physics formulae for 5th one

here $s=1000$
$u=0$ (initial speed)
$a=g=9.8$ m/s2

So time can be calculated as $14.14$ sec
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Ashutosh R
2015-08-11 12:47:55 
Answer for Q2:
If three metallic spheres melted down and formed a new sphere, volume of all three sphere will be equivalent to the volume of new sphere and final equation will be

\Rightarrow 216+512+1000=R^3\\
\Rightarrow R=1728^{1/3}\\
\Rightarrow R=12\text{ cm}$

Hence, diameter of the new sphere will be $(2R)$
i.e $24$ cm.
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2015-07-31 05:52:28 
4. Since distance is same,
$s_1×t_1=s_2×t_2\quad$($s_1=10$ kmph, $s_2=15$ kmph)
$10(14-t)=15(12-t)\quad$ ($2$ o'clock on $24$ hrs clock is $14,$ while $12$ is $12$)
$140-10t=180-15t\quad$ ($t$ is the start time)
$t=8$ hrs, means he had started journey at $8$ am

d=60\text{ km}$

Time to reach destination $=13-8=5$ hrs
Speed $=\dfrac{d}{t}=\dfrac{60}{5}=12$ kmph
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