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Question of the Day | Quant #33

Question of the Day | Quant #33

Question of the Day Quant #33 Ques.Vandana could either walk or drive to office. The time taken to drive to the office is 1/8 times the walking time. One day, due to the car breakdown she had to walk to the office. After walking 1km, she reached the CCD café when the mechanic called to [...]
Question of the Day | Quant #32

Question of the Day | Quant #32

Question of the Day Quant #32 Ques.The sum of two numbers is 15 and their product is 30. The sum of their reciprocals is? 1) 2  2) 1/3 3) 1/2 4) 4/15 Solution  Option (3) Let x and y be the two numbers. Let x and y be the two numbers. So that, their reciprocals [...]
Question of the Day | Quant #31

Question of the Day | Quant #31

Question of the Day Quant #31 Ques.What will be the measurement of the angle made by the hands of a clock when the time is 8:35? 1)  45 degrees 2) 32.5 degrees 3) 47.5 degrees 4) 30 degrees Solution  Option (1) 35 min 8 past = 8 + (35/60) = 7/2 Angle traced by hour hand [...]
Question of the Day | Quant #30

Question of the Day | Quant #30

Question of the Day Quant #30 Ques. A train travelling at 36 kmph crosses a platform in 20 secs and a man standing on a platform in 10 secs. What is the length of the platform in meters? 1)  150 2) 100 3) 400 4) 250 Solution  Option (2) Speed of train = 36 kmph = 36 [...]
Question of the Day | Logical Reasoning #16

Question of the Day | Logical Reasoning #16

      Question of the Day Logical Reasoning #16     The number of divisors of the number, that is to be found, (apart from 1 and itself) is greater than the sum of the numbers of the true statements 10. There are no three consecutive true statements. Find the minimal possible number? Answer: The numebr […]

Question of the Day | Quant #29

Question of the Day | Quant #29

Question of the Day Quant #29 Ques. The least number which is a perfect square and is divisible by each of the numbers 14, 16, 18 is? 1)  5248 2) 7056 3) 1878 4) 2046 Solution   Option (2) A number which is divisible by 14, 16, 18 is given by LCM (14, 16, 18) = 1008 But [...]
Question of the Day | Quant #28

Question of the Day | Quant #28

Question of the Day Quant #28 Ques.Atul can travel 12 miles downstream in 6 hours less than the time it takes him to travel the same distance upstream. But if he doubles his rowing speed then he would take only 1 hour less than rowing the same distance i.e. 12 miles upstream. What is the [...]
Question of the Day | Quant #27

Question of the Day | Quant #27

Question of the Day Quant #27 Ques: Tom and Jerry are two workers working together on a job. Jerry begins working one hour after Tom. Three hours after Tom has begun working, there is still 9/20 of the work to be done. When the job is completed, it turns out that each of them has done [...]