SSC CGL 2020 Quantitative, Practice Paper for SSC CGL in English

SSC CGL 2020 Quantitative Aptitude, Practice Paper for SSC CGL in English

SSC CGL 2020 Quantitative Aptitude, Practice Paper for SSC CGL

Q.1)   If A and B are in the ratio 4 : 5 and the difference of their squares is 81, what is the value of A ?

(1) 45

*(2) 12

(3) 36

(4) 15

(SSC CGL Tier-I Exam, 16.08.2015
(Ist Sitting) TF No. 3196279)

 

 

Q.2)  If two numbers are in the ratio 2 : 3 and the ratio becomes 3 : 4 when 8 is added to both the numbers, then the sum of the two numbers is

(1) 10

(2) 80

*(3) 40

(4) 100

(SSC CGL Tier-I Exam, 16.08.2015
(IInd Sitting) TF No. 2176783)

 

Q.3) Three numbers are in the ratio 5:7:12. If the sum of the first and the third numbers is greater than the second number by 50. The sum of the three numbers is

(1)    125

*(2)     120

(3)       95

(4)      85

(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
Exam. 30.08.2016) (Ist Sitting)

 

Q.4)   Two numbers are in the ratio 3 : 5. If 6 is added to each of them, the ratio becomes 2 : 3. The numbers are

(1)   21 and 35

(2)    30 and 50

(3)  24 and 40

* (4)   18 and 30

(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
Exam. 10.09.2016 (IIIrd Sitting)

 

Q.5)   The sum of three numbers is 540. The ratio of second to third is 9 : 13 and that of first to third is 2 : 7. The third number is :

*(1)           273

(2)             280

(3)             250

(4)             286

(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
Exam. 27.10.2016 (Ist Sitting)

 

Q.6) 1980 is divided among A, B and C so that half of A’s part, one-third of B’s part and one-sixth of C’s part are equal. Then B’s part is

*(1)  540

(2)  660

(3)  1,080

(4)  360

(SSC Matric Level MTS
Exam. 30.04.2017 (First Sitting)

 

Q.7)    Two numbers are in the ratio of 5 : 3. If 9 be subtracted from each, then the new ratio is 9 : 5. What are the two numbers?

(1)     50 and 30         (2)     45 and 27

* (3)  90 and 54         (4)     15 and 45

(SSC Multi-Tasking Staff
Exam. 16.09.2017 (IIIrd Sitting)

 

Q.8)  The ratio of number of boys to the number of girls in a school of 432 pupils is 5 : 4. When some new boys and girls are admitted, the number of boys increase by 12 and the ratio of the boys to girls changes to 7 : 6. The number of new girls admitted is

(1) 12        (2) 14

*(3) 24       (4) 20

(SSC CGL Tier-II (CBE)
Exam. 30.11.2016)

 

Q.9)  The ratio of two numbers is 3 : 5. If both numbers are increased by 8, the ratio becomes 13 : 19. What is the sum of the two numbers?

(1)             32 *(2)  48

(3)             40 (4)     72

Q.1)     If A and B are in the ratio 4 : 5 and the difference of their squares is 81, what is the value of A ?

(1) 45

*(2) 12

(3) 36

(4) 15

(SSC CGL Tier-I Exam, 16.08.2015
(Ist Sitting) TF No. 3196279)

 

 

Q.2)  If two numbers are in the ratio 2 : 3 and the ratio becomes 3 : 4 when 8 is added to both the numbers, then the sum of the two numbers is

(1) 10

(2) 80

*(3) 40

(4) 100

(SSC CGL Tier-I Exam, 16.08.2015
(IInd Sitting) TF No. 2176783)

 

Q.3) Three numbers are in the ratio 5:7:12. If the sum of the first and the third numbers is greater than the second number by 50. The sum of the three numbers is

(1)    125

*(2)   120

(3)     95

(4)   85

(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
Exam. 30.08.2016) (Ist Sitting)

 

Q.4)  Two numbers are in the ratio 3 : 5. If 6 is added to each of them, the ratio becomes 2 : 3. The numbers are

(1)            21 and 35

(2)            30 and 50

(3)            24 and 40

* (4)            18 and 30

(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
Exam. 10.09.2016 (IIIrd Sitting)

 

Q.5)    The sum of three numbers is 540. The ratio of second to third is 9 : 13 and that of first to third is 2 : 7. The third number is :

*(1)           273

(2)             280

(3)             250

(4)             286

(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
Exam. 27.10.2016 (Ist Sitting)

 

Q.6)     1980 is divided among A, B and C so that half of A’s part, one-third of B’s part and one-sixth of C’s part are equal. Then B’s part is

*(1)  540

(2)  660

(3)  1,080

(4)  360

(SSC Matric Level MTS
Exam. 30.04.2017 (First Sitting)

 

Q.7)    Two numbers are in the ratio of 5 : 3. If 9 be subtracted from each, then the new ratio is 9 : 5. What are the two numbers?

(1)  50 and 30         (2)     45 and 27

* (3) 90 and 54         (4)     15 and 45

(SSC Multi-Tasking Staff
Exam. 16.09.2017 (IIIrd Sitting)

 

Q.8)  The ratio of number of boys to the number of girls in a school of 432 pupils is 5 : 4. When some new boys and girls are admitted, the number of boys increase by 12 and the ratio of the boys to girls changes to 7 : 6. The number of new girls admitted is

(1)12          (2) 14

*(3) 24       (4) 20

(SSC CGL Tier-II (CBE)
Exam. 30.11.2016)

 

Q.9)    The ratio of two numbers is 3 : 5. If both numbers are increased by 8, the ratio becomes 13 : 19. What is the sum of the two numbers?

(1)   32 *   (2)  48

(3) 40        (4)    72

(SSC CAPFs ASI & Delhi Police SI
Online Exam. 03.07.2017 (Ist Sitting)

 

Q.10) Three numbers are in the ratio 2 : 5 : 7. The sum of the smallest and largest numbers equals the sum of the second number and 16. What is the smallest number?

*(1)  8   (2) 12

(3)   6   (4) 10

(SSC Multi-Tasking Staff
Exam. 17.09.2017 (IIIrd Sitting)

 

 

Q.10) Three numbers are in the ratio 2 : 5 : 7. The sum of the smallest and largest numbers equals the sum of the second number and 16. What is the smallest number?

*(1)   8    (2)   12

(3)   6   (4) 10

(SSC Multi-Tasking Staff
Exam. 17.09.2017 (IIIrd Sitting)

 

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