SSC CGL (SSC Combined Graduate Level) Mathematics: Questions 314 - 319 of 425

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Question number: 314

» Profit & Loss

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If the total cost of 66 articles having equal cost is Rs. 3300 and the total selling price of 75 such articles is Rs. 2250, then in the transaction, there will be (Paper - I)

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A loss of 70%

b.

A loss of 40%

c.

A gain of 70%

d.

A gain of 40%

Question number: 315

» Number Systems

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Three numbers which are co-prime to one another are such that the product of the first two is 589 and that of the last two is 1333. The sum of the three numbers is (Paper- I)

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Choice (4) Response

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93

b.

90

c.

45

d.

70

Question number: 316

» Average

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A cricketer has a certain average of runs for his 9 innings. In the tenth inning he scores 100 runs, thereby increasing his average by 5 runs. His new average of runs is (Paper- I)

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Choice (4) Response

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56

b.

45

c.

55

d.

57

Question number: 317

» Mensuration

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A cylindrical tube open at both ends is made of metal. The internal diameter of tube is 12 cm and its length is 28 cm. the metal everywhere is 2 cm thick. The volume of the metal is (Paper-1)

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Question number: 318

» Algebra

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If and then the value of is (Paper-1)

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1

b.

324

c.

361

d.

37

Question number: 319

» Number Systems

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HCF and LCM of two numbers are 8 and 160 respectively. If the numbers are between 30 and 50, the sum of the numbers is (Paper- I)

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42

b.

52

c.

72

d.

62

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