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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz Topic: Progression


1 >>Q3. The sum of the 3rd term and the 60th term of an P. is 60. If it has 62 terms. What will be the sum of all its terms? ?
  • (A) 1922
  • (B) 1891
  • (C) 1829
  • (D) 1860
2 >>Q4. The sum to infinity of the series 1, 2, 4, 8, is _____. ?
  • (A) Does not exist
  • (B) 1
  • (C) 0
  • (D) -1
3 >>Q5. The sum of first twenty terms of an arithmetic progression is 210. What will be the sum of its 10th and 11th term? ?
  • (A) 56
  • (B) 28
  • (C) 21
  • (D) 42
4 >>Q6. In a motorcycling race, initially 3 members are disqualified then 6 and then 9 and so on. At a certain particular stage, 183 members are disqualified. What will be the total number of motor cyclist disqualified in the race? ?
  • (A) 5643
  • (B) 5640
  • (C) 2928
  • (D) 5673
Download 5 >>Q7. The sum of infinity of the terms of a G.P. is 120. The sum to infinity of the squares of the terms of the same G.P. is 2880. What will be the series? ?
  • (A) 20, 20/7, 180/14, ....
  • (B) 40, 80/3, 160/9, ...
  • (C) 8, 16/3, 32/9, ...
  • (D) None of these
6 >>Q9. How many three digit numbers have their digits distinct and in G.P. with an integral common ratio? ?
  • (A) 4
  • (B) 6
  • (C) 12
  • (D) 3
7 >>Q10. The sum of three numbers in an P. is 36. The sum of their squares is 440. What will be the largest among the three numbers? ?
  • (A) 18
  • (B) 16
  • (C) 14
  • (D) 12
8 >>Q11. The first term of an arithmetic progression is 5 and its last term is 55. If the sum of the terms of the P. is 720, the common difference is ________. ?
  • (A) 23/50
  • (B) 23
  • (C) 50
  • (D) 50/23
9 >>Q16. In a G.P. of positive terms, the difference of 9th and 8th terms is 896, and the difference of 2nd and 1st is 7. What will be the sum of first 7 terms of the series? ?
  • (A) 883
  • (B) 887
  • (C) 885
  • (D) 889
10 >>Q18. The first term of an P. consisting of 30 terms is 10 and the common difference is 5. What will be the ratio of the sum of 30 terms of the progression and the sum of the last 20 terms of the progression? ?
  • (A) 99:89
  • (B) 99:83
  • (C) 99:80
  • (D) 99:86
11 >>Q19. Ankit and Ashok start saving money in a certain month of a year. Every month from then on, Ankit increased his savings by an amount equal to the savings of Ashok in the first month and Ashok increased his savings by an equal amount to the savings of Ankit in the first month. In 20 months the total of the amounts saved by both is equal to 2100, what will be the amount saved by Ankit in the second month? ?
  • (A) Rs.10.5
  • (B) Rs.l4
  • (C) Rs.8
  • (D) Cannot be determined
12 >>Q20. The first term of an infinite G.P. is 16. A new series is formed by cubing each term of the series. Now, each term of the new series is 7 times the sum of all the terms following it. What will be the sum to infintiy of the old progression? ?
  • (A) 32
  • (B) 18
  • (C) 21
  • (D) 24
13 >>Q23. How many numbers between 450 and 950 are divisible by both 3 and 7? ?
  • (A) 35
  • (B) 20
  • (C) 24
  • (D) 30
14 >>Q24. Sushant spent in the following manner. On the first day a month, he spent Rs. 100. On the second day of the month, he spent Rs. 200. On the third day of the month, he spent Rs. 400. If he continued to spend in this manner, on what day his total spending in that month exceeds Rs. 1.1 lakhs? ?
  • (A) 12th
  • (B) 8th
  • (C) 10th
  • (D) 11th
15 >>Q25. A square T2 is formed by joining the mid points of the sides of another square T1 of the side 16 cm. A third square is formed by joining the mid points of the sides of T2. What will be the sum of the areas of all the squares formed by repeating this process infinity, including area of T1 ? ?
  • (A) 864 cm²
  • (B) 512 cm²
  • (C) 1024 cm²
  • (D) None of these
Download 16 >>Q26. The sum of first four terms of a G.P. is 120. The sum of its first two terms is 12. What will be the first term, if all its terms are (+ ve) ? ?
  • (A) 5
  • (B) 4
  • (C) 3
  • (D) 2


Quantitative Aptitude Quiz Topic: Simple Interest


1 >>Q1. Find the simple interest on a principal of Rs.1000 at an interest rate of 6% per annum for a period of 6 years- ?
  • (A) Rs. 300
  • (B) Rs. 350
  • (C) Rs. 360
  • (D) Rs. 450
2 >>Q2. A sum of money becomes 8 times itself in two years under simple interest at certain rate. In how many years would the sum be 15 times itself? ?
  • (A) 4
  • (B) 3
  • (C) 8
  • (D) 10
3 >>Q3. A certain sum becomes 8 times itself in 3 years under compound interest, interest being compounded annually. How many years would the sum takes to become 64 times of itself? ?
  • (A) 5
  • (B) 6
  • (C) 7
  • (D) 8
4 >>Q4. A girl lent Rs.500 for 5 years at 5% per annum to a person and Z 300 more than the first sum to another girl at 6% for 5 years. Find his average yearly income- ?
  • (A) Rs. 72
  • (B) Rs. 82
  • (C) Rs. 83
  • (D) Rs. 73
5 >>Q5. At what rate per cent per annum will a sum of money doubles itself in 10 years? ?
  • (A) 0.06
  • (B) 0.1
  • (C) 0.07
  • (D) 0.09
6 >>Q6. If Rs.450 amounts to Rs.504 in 3 years at simple interest, what will Rs.650 amount in 2½ years, the rate being the same in both cases ? ?
  • (A) Rs. 710
  • (B) Rs. 810
  • (C) Rs. 715
  • (D) Rs. 915
7 >>Q7. If the interest on Rs.600 exceeds that on Rs. 450 by Rs. 12½ in 6 months, find the rate per cent per annum? ?
  • (A) 0.1666
  • (B) 0.16
  • (C) 0.0366
  • (D) 0.05
8 >>Q8. The compound interest on 2000 for two years is charged in the following manner: For the first year 10% per annum and for the second year at 5% per annum find it- ?
  • (A) Rs.210
  • (B) Rs.360
  • (C) Rs.310
  • (D) Rs.410
9 >>Q9. What is the difference of compound interest and simple interest of Rs.2500 for 2 years at 4% per annum? ?
  • (A) Rs. 6
  • (B) Rs. 16
  • (C) Rs. 10
  • (D) Rs. 4
10 >>Q10. A sum was put at Simple Interest (SI) at a certain rate for 3 years. Had it been put at 4% higher rate of interest, it would have fetched Rs.120 more. Find the sum. ?
  • (A) Rs.1000
  • (B) Rs. 1200
  • (C) Rs. 1300
  • (D) Rs. 1800
11 >>Q11. What is the effective annual rate of 4 per cent per annum compound interest paid quarterly? ?
  • (A) 0.0506
  • (B) 0.0406
  • (C) 0.0303
  • (D) 0.08
12 >>Q12. The compound interest, calculated yearly, on a certain sum of money for the second year is Rs. 880, and for the third year is Rs.968. What is the rate of interest? ?
  • (A) 0.07
  • (B) 0.06
  • (C) 0.05
  • (D) 0.1
Download 13 >>Q13. The value of a car is Rs.1,00,000 at present. If the value depreciates 10% in the first year, 8% in the 2nd year and 5% in the 3rd year, what will be its depreciated value after 3 years? ?
  • (A) Rs. 78,660
  • (B) Rs. 88,800
  • (C) Rs. 99,000
  • (D) Rs. 110,110
14 >>Q14. What will be the compound interest on Rs.80,000 for 3 years if the rates for the 3 years are 4%, 5% and 10% respectively? ?
  • (A) 15095
  • (B) 16096
  • (C) 17097
  • (D) 18098
15 >>Q15. If the population of a town decreases 625% annually and the present population is 2,04,80,000, what will be the population after 3 years? ?
  • (A) 1,65,000
  • (B) 1,68,75,000
  • (C) 1,75,75,000
  • (D) 1,66,660
16 >>Q16. If at one rate of simple interest the principal doubles 10 years and at the other rate of simple interest the principal is trebled in 20 years. What is the better rate of interest? ?
  • (A) 0.05
  • (B) 0.1
  • (C) 0.2
  • (D) Both are equal
17 >>Q17. A sum of money doubles itself in 20 years at simple interest, then what is the rate of interest per annum? ?
  • (A) 0.05
  • (B) 0.06
  • (C) 0.07
  • (D) 0.08
18 >>Q18. A sum of money become 5 times in 25 years, then what is the rate of simple interest? ?
  • (A) 0.06
  • (B) 0.26
  • (C) 0.16
  • (D) l6.66 %
19 >>Q19. Sonkar deposits a sum of money in a Bank, who pay 20% simple interest. At the end of 5 years, he receives Rs.30,000, then what sum he had deposited in the Bank? ?
  • (A) Rs.10,000
  • (B) Rs.15,000
  • (C) Rs.20,000
  • (D) Rs. 16,000
20 >>Q20. Mallika lent a sum of money at the rate of simple interest 5%. If the interest for 10 years is Rs. 400 less than the principal, then what was the principal? ?
  • (A) Rs. 800
  • (B) Rs. 1000
  • (C) Rs. 1050
  • (D) Rs. 1100


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