Arithmetic Ability Mock Test
This Mock Test is created questions of Arithmetic Ability, also known as Quantitative Aptitude or Numerical Ability from Previous Year Recruitment Papers by our experts.
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Question 1 of 50
1. Question
1 pointsThe respective ratio between the present ages of Ram,Rohan and Raj is 3 : 4 : 5. if the average of their presentages is 28 yr then what would be the sum of the ages of
Ram and Rohan together after 5 yr?Correct
Let the ages of Ram, Â Rohan and Raj be 3 x,4 x and 5 x
respectively,
Then,=28
4 x=28
=7 yr
So, the present ages of Ram and Rohan Â together
=3 x+4 x
=7 x=
= 49 yr
Hence, the sum of ages of Ram and Rohan together
after 5 yr=49+
=49+10
=59 yr
Incorrect
Let the ages of Ram, Â Rohan and Raj be 3 x,4 x and 5 x
respectively,
Then,=28
4 x=28
=7 yr
So, the present ages of Ram and Rohan Â together
=3 x+4 x
=7 x=
= 49 yr
Hence, the sum of ages of Ram and Rohan together
after 5 yr=49+
=49+10
=59 yr

Question 2 of 50
2. Question
1 pointsRaman scored 456 marks in an exam and Seeta got54 per cent marks in the same exam which is 24 marks lessthan Raman. If the minimum passing marks in the exam is34 percent,then how much more marks did Raman scoreÂ than the minimum passing marks?
Correct
Let the total marks of the exam be x.
Then,=45624
=432
=800
Â Minimum passing marks
=
=272
Hence, required more marks get by Raman
= 456 272
= 184Incorrect
Let the total marks of the exam be x.
Then,=45624
=432
=800
Â Minimum passing marks
=
=272
Hence, required more marks get by Raman
= 456 272
= 184 
Question 3 of 50
3. Question
1 pointsIn the following questions: two equations numbered I ond II are given. You have to :. solve both the equations and
I.
II.
Correct
From Eq .(i),
From Eq. (ii),
y=39
Hence, x
â‰¤ y
Incorrect
From Eq .(i),
From Eq. (ii),
y=39
Hence, x
â‰¤ y

Question 4 of 50
4. Question
1 pointsIn the following questions: two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to :. solve both the equations and
I.
II.Correct
From Eq. (i),
Â = 227.17
From Eq. (ii),
Â =147.25
Hence, x > y
Incorrect
From Eq. (i),
Â = 227.17
From Eq. (ii),
Â =147.25
Hence, x > y

Question 5 of 50
5. Question
1 pointsThe cost of five chairs and three tables is Rs.3110.Cost ofÂ one chair is Rs. 210 less than cost of one table.What isÂ cost of two tables and two chairs?
Correct
Suppose the cost of one Chair = C
and the cost of one Table = ?
Then,
5 C+3'T=3110 ....(i)
and
T C = 210 or T =210 + c ...(ii)
On putting value of T in Eq. (i),
5 c+3(210+c)=3110Â 5 C+630+3 C=3110
Â 8Â C =3110630
=Rs.310
Â Cost of one Table (T) = 210 + 310
= Rs. 520Hence, the cost of two Tables and two Chairs.
=2 T +2 C
== 1040 + 620
=Rs.1660Incorrect
Suppose the cost of one Chair = C
and the cost of one Table = ?
Then,
5 C+3'T=3110 ....(i)
and
T C = 210 or T =210 + c ...(ii)
On putting value of T in Eq. (i),
5 c+3(210+c)=3110Â 5 C+630+3 C=3110
Â 8Â C =3110630
=Rs.310
Â Cost of one Table (T) = 210 + 310
= Rs. 520Hence, the cost of two Tables and two Chairs.
=2 T +2 C
== 1040 + 620
=Rs.1660 
Question 6 of 50
6. Question
1 points%of 1of(650)=85+?
Correct
85+?=104
?=10485
?=19Incorrect
85+?=104
?=10485
?=19 
Question 7 of 50
7. Question
1 points92 x 576Ã·2Â =(?)Â³ + âˆš49
Correct
(?)Â³+7=92Ã—576Ã·2Ã—36
(?)Â³+7=92Ã—576Ã·72
(?)Â³+7=92Ã—576Ã·72
(?)Â³+7=92Ã—8
(?)Â³+7=736
(?)Â³=7367
?=Â³âˆš729
?=9
Incorrect
(?)Â³+7=92Ã—576Ã·2Ã—36
(?)Â³+7=92Ã—576Ã·72
(?)Â³+7=92Ã—576Ã·72
(?)Â³+7=92Ã—8
(?)Â³+7=736
(?)Â³=7367
?=Â³âˆš729
?=9

Question 8 of 50
8. Question
1 pointsCorrect
Incorrect

Question 9 of 50
9. Question
1 pointsCorrect
?=7
Incorrect
?=7

Question 10 of 50
10. Question
1 pointsCorrect
?=1594.35 = 1550 Approx.
Incorrect
?=1594.35 = 1550 Approx.

Question 11 of 50
11. Question
1 pointsCorrect
=
? + 5 = 8
? = 8  5 = 3Incorrect
=
? + 5 = 8
? = 8  5 = 3 
Question 12 of 50
12. Question
1 points67.99% of 1401  13.99% of 1299 = ?
Correct
? = 6799% of 1401 13.99 of 1299
? =
? = 952.68  182
? = 770.68
? = 770 (Approx.)Incorrect
? = 6799% of 1401 13.99 of 1299
? =
? = 952.68  182
? = 770.68
? = 770 (Approx.) 
Question 13 of 50
13. Question
1 points5466.97  3245.01 + 1122.99 = ?+ 2309.99
Correct
? = 2309.99 = 5466.97  3245.01+ 1122.99
? + 2310 = 5467  3245 + 1123
? = 5467  3245 + 1123  2310
? = 5467 +1123  (3245+2310)
? = 6590  5555
? = 1035
? = 1030 (Approx.)Incorrect
? = 2309.99 = 5466.97  3245.01+ 1122.99
? + 2310 = 5467  3245 + 1123
? = 5467  3245 + 1123  2310
? = 5467 +1123  (3245+2310)
? = 6590  5555
? = 1035
? = 1030 (Approx.) 
Question 14 of 50
14. Question
1 points5998 9.98 + 670.99  139.99 = ?
Correct
? = 5998 + 9.98 + 670.99  139.99
? = 5998 10 + 671  140
? = 599.8 + 531
? = 1130.8
? =1130 (Approx.)Incorrect
? = 5998 + 9.98 + 670.99  139.99
? = 5998 10 + 671  140
? = 599.8 + 531
? = 1130.8
? =1130 (Approx.) 
Question 15 of 50
15. Question
1 pointsCorrect
? =  125 + 900  81
? = 900  206
? = 694
? = 690 (Approx.)Incorrect
? =  125 + 900  81
? = 900  206
? = 694
? = 690 (Approx.) 
Question 16 of 50
16. Question
1 points1 7 49 343 (?)
Correct
The sequence of the series is:
Incorrect
The sequence of the series is:

Question 17 of 50
17. Question
1 pointsWhat will come in place ofÂ question mark (?) in the following number series?
1 3 20 39 78 145 (?)
Correct
Incorrect

Question 18 of 50
18. Question
1 pointsWhat will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series ?
12 35 81 173 357 (?)
Correct
Incorrect

Question 19 of 50
19. Question
1 pointsWhat will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
3 100 297 594 991 (?)
Correct
3+97=100
+100
100 + 197 =297
+100
297 + 297 =594
+100
594+397=991
+100
991+497=1488Incorrect
3+97=100
+100
100 + 197 =297
+100
297 + 297 =594
+100
594+397=991
+100
991+497=1488 
Question 20 of 50
20. Question
1 pointsWhat will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
112 119 140 175 224 (?)
Correct
Incorrect

Question 21 of 50
21. Question
1 pointsIn the following questionsÂ two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to :. solve both the equations and
I.
II.Correct
From Eq. (i), =0
35 x+70=0
x=2
From Eq. (ii),
=0
3y+7=0
Hence,X=YIncorrect
From Eq. (i), =0
35 x+70=0
x=2
From Eq. (ii),
=0
3y+7=0
Hence,X=Y 
Question 22 of 50
22. Question
1 pointsIn the following questions: two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to :. solve both the equations and
I.
II. +9.68+5.64=16.95Correct
From Eq. (i),
=0
=0
=0.33
From Eq. (ii),
+9.68+5.64=16.95
=16.95(9.68+5.64)
=16.9515.32
=1.63
= 1.176
Hence,y > xIncorrect
From Eq. (i),
=0
=0
=0.33
From Eq. (ii),
+9.68+5.64=16.95
=16.95(9.68+5.64)
=16.9515.32
=1.63
= 1.176
Hence,y > x 
Question 23 of 50
23. Question
1 pointsIn the following questions: two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to :. solve both the equations and
I.
II.Correct
From Eq. (i),
Then,
(2x3)=0
and
(x4)=0 \Rightarrow x = 4
From Eq. (ii),
Then,
(2y1)=0
and
(2y3)=0
Hence, x â‰¥ yIncorrect
From Eq. (i),
Then,
(2x3)=0
and
(x4)=0 \Rightarrow x = 4
From Eq. (ii),
Then,
(2y1)=0
and
(2y3)=0
Hence, x â‰¥ y 
Question 24 of 50
24. Question
1 pointsThe total area of a circle and a rectangle is equal to 1166 sqÂ cm. The diameter of the circle is 28 cm. What is the sum ofÂ the circumference of the circle and the perimeter of the
rectangle if the length of the rectangle is 25 cm?Correct
The area of the circle=
=
=616 sq cm
Let the length and breadth of the rectangle be x cm
and y cm respectively.
Then,=1166616
=550
=22 cm
Â Perimeter of the rectangle
=2(x+y)
=2(25+22)
=94 cm
and circumference of the circle
=
=
= 88 cm
Hence, required sum
=94+88=182 cm
Incorrect
The area of the circle=
=
=616 sq cm
Let the length and breadth of the rectangle be x cm
and y cm respectively.
Then,=1166616
=550
=22 cm
Â Perimeter of the rectangle
=2(x+y)
=2(25+22)
=94 cm
and circumference of the circle
=
=
= 88 cm
Hence, required sum
=94+88=182 cm

Question 25 of 50
25. Question
1 pointsSmallest angle of a triangle.is equal to twothird theÂ smallest angle of a quadrilateral. The ratio between the, angles of the quadrilateral is 3 : 4 : 5 : 6. Largest angle of the
triangle is twice its smallest angle. What is the sum ofÂ second largest angle of the triangle and largest angle of theÂ quadrilateral ?Correct
Let the angles of the quadrilateral be 3 x,4 x,5 x and 6 xÂ respectively.
Then,3 x + 4 x + 5 x + 6 x=Â
Â Smallest angle of the triangle
=
=Â
Largest angle of the triangle
=Â 2
=
Second Â largest angle of the triangle
=
=
and the largest angle of the quadrilateral
=6 x
=
=120
Hence, required sum
=+Â
=Â
Incorrect
Let the angles of the quadrilateral be 3 x,4 x,5 x and 6 xÂ respectively.
Then,3 x + 4 x + 5 x + 6 x=Â
Â Smallest angle of the triangle
=
=Â
Largest angle of the triangle
=Â 2
=
Second Â largest angle of the triangle
=
=
and the largest angle of the quadrilateral
=6 x
=
=120
Hence, required sum
=+Â
=Â

Question 26 of 50
26. Question
1 pointsA 320 m long train moving with an average speed of 120Â km/h crosses a platform in 24 s. A man crosses the sameÂ platform in 4 min. What is the speed of man in m/s?
Correct
Speed of train
= 120 km/h
= m/s
=
Suppose the length of the platform = x m
Then,=24
x+320=800
x=800320=480 m
Hence, speed of man
= Â m/s
=2 m/s
Incorrect
Speed of train
= 120 km/h
= m/s
=
Suppose the length of the platform = x m
Then,=24
x+320=800
x=800320=480 m
Hence, speed of man
= Â m/s
=2 m/s

Question 27 of 50
27. Question
1 pointsThe simple interest accrued on a sum of certain principalÂ is Rs. 7200 Â in six years at the rate of 12 p.c.p.a. What wouldÂ be the compound interest accrued on that principal at the
rate of 5 p.c.p.a. in 2 yr?Correct
Suppose the principal amount= Rs.x
Then,
7200=
x=Rs.10000
amount interest
=
=
=
=
=
= Rs.1025.
Incorrect
Suppose the principal amount= Rs.x
Then,
7200=
x=Rs.10000
amount interest
=
=
=
=
=
= Rs.1025.

Question 28 of 50
28. Question
1 pointsSum of square of first number and cube of second numbers 568 together. Also square of the second number is 15Â less than square of 8. What is the value of threefifth of the
first number? (assuming both the numbers are positive)Correct
Suppose the first number=x
and second number=y
Then,
Again,
Hence, three fifth of the first number
=
=9.
Incorrect
Suppose the first number=x
and second number=y
Then,
Again,
Hence, three fifth of the first number
=
=9.

Question 29 of 50
29. Question
1 pointsThe sum of 8 consecutive odd numbers is 656. Also average of four consecutive even number is 87. What is the sum of the smallest odd number and second largest
even number?Correct
Let the 8 consecutive odd numbers be
x, x+2, x+4, x+6, x+8, x+10, x+12, and x+14 respectively.
Then,
x+(x+2)+(x+6)+(x+8)+(x+10)+(x+12)+(x+14)=656
8 x+56=656
=75
Let the four consecutive even numbers be
x,x+2,x+4,x+6,x+8,x+10,x+12,x,x+2,x+4 and x+6 respectively.
Then,
x+(x+2)+(x+6)+(x+8)
Â 4 x=34812
Second Â largest Â even number
=x+4
=84+4
=88
Hence,required sum
=75+88
=163.
Incorrect
Let the 8 consecutive odd numbers be
x, x+2, x+4, x+6, x+8, x+10, x+12, and x+14 respectively.
Then,
x+(x+2)+(x+6)+(x+8)+(x+10)+(x+12)+(x+14)=656
8 x+56=656
=75
Let the four consecutive even numbers be
x,x+2,x+4,x+6,x+8,x+10,x+12,x,x+2,x+4 and x+6 respectively.
Then,
x+(x+2)+(x+6)+(x+8)
Â 4 x=34812
Second Â largest Â even number
=x+4
=84+4
=88
Hence,required sum
=75+88
=163.

Question 30 of 50
30. Question
1 pointsSeema purchased an item for Rs.9600 and sold it for loss of 5 per cent. From that money she purchased another item and sold it for gain of 5 per cent. What is her overall gain/loss?
Correct
Cost price of the item =Rs.9600
Selling price of the item
=9600
=Rs.9576
Hence, required loss
=96009576
=Rs.24Incorrect
Cost price of the item =Rs.9600
Selling price of the item
=9600
=Rs.9576
Hence, required loss
=96009576
=Rs.24 
Question 31 of 50
31. Question
1 pointsStudy the table carefully ta answer the questions that follow :
What was the total number of failed candidates from schoolC in the year 2008 and the number of candidates who appeared in the exam from schoolD in the year 2006 ?Correct
Required number of candidates
=(354258)+235
=96+235
=331Incorrect
Required number of candidates
=(354258)+235
=96+235
=331 
Question 32 of 50
32. Question
1 pointsStudy Â the table carefully to Â answer the questions that follow :
In which year was the difference between the number ofÂ candidates who appeared and passed in the exam fromÂ schoolB second lowest?
Correct
In year 2004 = 445  354 = 91
In year 2005 = 545  435 = 110
In year 2006 = 664 454=210
In year 2007 = 345 144 = 201
In year 2008 = 584  354 = 23O
Hence, in year 2005 the difference between the
appeared and passed candidates from schoolB was
second lowest.Incorrect
In year 2004 = 445  354 = 91
In year 2005 = 545  435 = 110
In year 2006 = 664 454=210
In year 2007 = 345 144 = 201
In year 2008 = 584  354 = 23O
Hence, in year 2005 the difference between the
appeared and passed candidates from schoolB was
second lowest. 
Question 33 of 50
33. Question
1 pointsStudy the table carefully ta answer the questions that follow :
What was the respective ratio between the number of candidates who appeared from schoolC in the year 2006 and the number of candidates who passed in the exam
from schoolD in the Year 2009 ?Correct
Required respective ratio
= 693 : 252
= 11 : 4Incorrect
Required respective ratio
= 693 : 252
= 11 : 4 
Question 34 of 50
34. Question
1 pointsStudy the table carefully to answer the question that follow :
Number of candidates who passed in the exam from school B in the year 2005 was approximately what per cent of number of candidates who appeared from
schoolA in the Year 2008?Correct
Required percentage
=
=79.67%
=80%(Approx.)Incorrect
Required percentage
=
=79.67%
=80%(Approx.) 
Question 35 of 50
35. Question
1 pointsStudy the table carefully to answer the questions that follow :
What was the approximate percent increase in the numberÂ of candidates who passed in the exam from schoolA inÂ the year 2009 as compared to the previous year?
Correct
Required percentage
=
=
=25.72%
=26%(Approx.)
Incorrect
Required percentage
=
=
=25.72%
=26%(Approx.)

Question 36 of 50
36. Question
1 pointsStudy the fol]owing graph carefully to answer the questions that follow :
What was the average number of soldiers recruited in the Navy overall the Years together?Correct
Required average number of soldiers
=
=
=25000Incorrect
Required average number of soldiers
=
=
=25000 
Question 37 of 50
37. Question
1 pointsStudy the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow :
Number of soldiers recruited in Navy in the year 2009 was Â what percentage of soldiers recruited in Army in the year 2006 ?
Correct
Required percentage
=
=160%Incorrect
Required percentage
=
=160% 
Question 38 of 50
38. Question
1 pointsStudy the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow :
If 30 per cent of soldiers recruited in Airforce in the year 2010 was female then what is the number of males recruited in Air force in that year?Correct
Required numbers of males
=
=
=63000Incorrect
Required numbers of males
=
=
=63000 
Question 39 of 50
39. Question
1 pointsStudy the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow :
What was Â the respective ratio between the number ofÂ soldiers recruited for Airforce Â in the year 2005 and theÂ number soldiers recruited in Army in the year 2009 ?
Correct
Required respective ratio
= 10 : 75
= 2 : 15
Incorrect
Required respective ratio
= 10 : 75
= 2 : 15

Question 40 of 50
40. Question
1 pointsStudy the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow :
What was approximate percentage decrease in number of soldiers recruited in Army in the year 2008 as compared to the previous year ?Correct
Required decrease percentage
=
=
=33.33%
=33%(Approx.)Incorrect
Required decrease percentage
=
=
=33.33%
=33%(Approx.) 
Question 41 of 50
41. Question
1 pointsStudy the following piechart carefully to answer these questions :
What is the value of half of the difference between the number of students in MBA and MBBS ?Correct
Total number of MBA students
=
=1690
Total number of MBBS students
=
=390
Hence, required difference
=
=
=650Incorrect
Total number of MBA students
=
=1690
Total number of MBBS students
=
=390
Hence, required difference
=
=
=650 
Question 42 of 50
42. Question
1 pointsStudy the following piechart carefully to answer these questions :
How much more percentage (approximately) of studentsÂ are in MBA as compared to students in B.Ed.?Correct
Total number of B.ED. students
=
=1700
Total number of MBA students
=
=1690
Hence, required percentage
=
=
=44.44%
=44%(Approx.)Incorrect
Total number of B.ED. students
=
=1700
Total number of MBA students
=
=1690
Hence, required percentage
=
=
=44.44%
=44%(Approx.) 
Question 43 of 50
43. Question
1 pointsStudy the following piechart carefully to answer these questions :
What is the total number of students in B.Ed., Pharmacy and MBBS together?Correct
Required number of students
=
=1170+845+390
=2405Incorrect
Required number of students
=
=1170+845+390
=2405 
Question 44 of 50
44. Question
1 pointsStudy the following piechart carefully to answer these questions :
What is the respective ratio between the number of students in Pharmacy and the number of students in B.Tech?Correct
Required respective ratio
=
=845 : 455
=13 : 7Incorrect
Required respective ratio
=
=845 : 455
=13 : 7 
Question 45 of 50
45. Question
1 pointsStudy the following piechart carefully to answer these questions :
Number of students in B.Sc. is approximately what percentage of the number of students in B.Ed.?Correct
Total number of B.Sc students
=
=1950
Total number of B.Ed students
=
=1170
Hence, required percentage
=
=166.66%
=167%(Approx.)Incorrect
Total number of B.Sc students
=
=1950
Total number of B.Ed students
=
=1170
Hence, required percentage
=
=166.66%
=167%(Approx.) 
Question 46 of 50
46. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
What was the average of the earning of PersonB in the year 2006, C in the year 2008 and E in the year 2005 together?
Correct
Required average earning
=Rs.lac
=RS.lac
=Rs.3.62 lacIncorrect
Required average earning
=Rs.lac
=RS.lac
=Rs.3.62 lac 
Question 47 of 50
47. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow :
What was the respective ratio between the amount earned by PersonB in the year 2007 and PersonD in the year 2010 ?
Correct
Required respective ratio
= 2.79 : 9.45
= 279 : 945
= 31 : 105Incorrect
Required respective ratio
= 2.79 : 9.45
= 279 : 945
= 31 : 105 
Question 48 of 50
48. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
What is the approximate per cent increase in the amount earned by PersonD in the year 2010 as compared to the previous year?
Correct
Required increase percentage
=
=
=12.33%
=12%(Approx.)Incorrect
Required increase percentage
=
=
=12.33%
=12%(Approx.) 
Question 49 of 50
49. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Whose earning increased consistently from the year 2005 to the year 2010?
Correct
D's earning increased consistently from the year 2005 to the Year 2010.
Incorrect
D's earning increased consistently from the year 2005 to the Year 2010.

Question 50 of 50
50. Question
1 pointsStudy the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Total amount earned by PersonA in the year 2006 and PersonC in the year 2010 together was approximately what per cent of the amount earned by PersonE in the year 2009?
Correct
Required percentage
=
=
=167.81%
=168%(Approx.)Incorrect
Required percentage
=
=
=167.81%
=168%(Approx.)