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Question number: 21
» Basic Mathematics » Arithmetic » Rates
Appeared in Year: 2012
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A train leaves Pune at 7: 30 am and reaches Mumbai at 11: 30 am. Another train leaves Mumbai at 9: 30 am and reaches Pune at 1: 00 pm. Assuming that the two trains travel at constant speeds, at what time do the two trains cross each other?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  11: 30 am 

b.  10: 26 am 

c.  data not sufficient 

d.  10: 20 am 

Question number: 22
» Basic Mathematics » Arithmetic » Ratio and Proportion
Appeared in Year: 2014
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In a cinema hall, the charge per person is Rs. 200. On the first day, only 60 % of the seats were filled. The owner decided to reduce the price by 20 % and there was an increase of 50 % in the number of spectators on the next day. The percentage increase in the revenue on the second day was
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  20 

b.  50 

c.  30 

d.  40 

Question number: 23
» Basic Mathematics » Arithmetic » Number Games
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How many distinct primes is dividing 21! + 22! + 23! ?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  12 

b.  9 

c.  5 

d.  7 

Question number: 24
» Basic Mathematics » Arithmetic » Absolute Value
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The least positive integer n from which is,
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  7 

b.  8 

c.  9 

d.  6 

Question number: 25
» Basic Mathematics » Arithmetic » Ratio and Proportion
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The average incomes of the people in two villages are P and Q, respectively. Assume that P ≠ Q. A person moves from the first village to the second village. The new average incomes are P’ and Q’, respectively. Which of the following is not possible?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  P’ > P and Q’ < Q 

b.  P’ > P and Q’ > Q 

c.  P’ = P and Q’ = Q 

d.  P’ < P and Q’ < Q 
