SSC CGL (SSC Combined Graduate Level) Mathematics: Questions 301 - 307 of 425

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Question number: 301

» Time & Work

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A work could be completed by certain workers in 22 days. However, due to 3 workers being absent, it was completed in 24 days. The original number of workers was (Paper - I)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

33

b.

25

c.

18

d.

36

Question number: 302

» Number Systems

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HCF and LCM of two numbers are 5 and 200 respectively. If the numbers are between 20 and 50, the sum of the numbers is (Paper-I)

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85

b.

65

c.

95

d.

75

Question number: 303

» Fundamental Arithmetical Operations

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is equal to (Paper-I)

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7.415

b.

6.175

c.

10.52

d.

5.125

Question number: 304

» Algebra

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simplifies to (Paper-1)

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b.

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d.

Question number: 305

» Fundamental Arithmetical Operations

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The value of is (Paper-1)

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Question number: 306

» Average

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The average weekly salary of A, B and C is Rs. 5000 and that of B, C and D is Rs. 6000. If the weekly salary of A is Rs. 3000 then the weekly salary of D is (Paper - I)

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Choice (4) Response

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Rs. 6300

b.

Rs. 6000

c.

Rs. 6054

d.

Rs. 6050

Question number: 307

» Algebra

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The present age of a father is 5 years more than five times the age of his son. Five years hence, father’s age will be 15 years more than twice the age of the son. The father’s present age is (Paper- I)

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45 years

b.

30 years

c.

39 years

d.

40 years

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