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Quantitative Reasoning – A bag full of coins!

PSA 2014_XI_Q9. The One Rupee coin weighs 4.85 g. Haji has a 2 kg bag of One Rupee coins. What is the value of this bag of coins ? 1) Rs 412 2) Rs 2,485 3) Rs 4,850 4) Rs 9,700

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Quantitative Reasoning – How many times do they meet in a circular race!

PSA 2014_XI_Q8. Tahir and Gagan rode in a 150 km bicycle race. The race was held on a 20 km track. Tahir averaged 30 km/h while Gagan averaged 15 km/h. How many times did Tahir pass Gagan during the race… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – Find the number of Trout in the tank!

PSA 2014_XI_Q7. Trout are bred in a tank as fish for restaurants. Twenty trout are caught and each is tagged through the tail then released back into the tank. A week later, thirty trout are caught and it is found… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – Time difference !

PSA 2014_XI_Q6. At 8:45 pm Saturday in Bangalore it is 10:15 am saturday in New York’. Ravi wishes to ring his friend in New York at 7 am Sunday New York time. When should Ravi ring from Bangalore ? 1)… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – At what time do they meet!

PSA 2014_XI_Q5. Paavan and Lahar are friends who have decided to travel to each other’s cities,32 km apart. They both left from their own houses at 8 am, and their predicted journeys are sketched below.   At which of following times did… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – Shorter piece of Timber!

PSA 2014_XI_Q4. Arni bought a piece of timber that is 280 cm long. He wants to cut it into two pieces. The shorter piece needs to be 75% of the length of the longer piece. How long will the shorter… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – Was not Ravi incurring a loss?

PSA 2014_XI_Q3. Ravi sold his bicycle for Rs. 1,170. This was 10% less than he paid for it. How much did he pay for the bicycle? 1) Rs. 1,053 2) Rs. 1,183 3) Rs. 1,287 4) Rs. 1,300

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Quantitative Reasoning – All possible weights!

PSA 2014_XI_Q2. Four small boys want to know their weights, but the weighing machine only weighs objects more than 40 kg. As each of the boys knows that his weight is less than this, they weigh themselves two at a… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – When is the 3rd payment due?

PSA2014_XI_Q1. Manu pays his rent every 4 weeks. He made his first payment on Friday February 1st 2013. When is his 3rd payment due? 1) Friday 29th March 2013 2) Friday 1st April 2013 3) Friday 27th April 2013 4)… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – Passage Based – Mass and Weight!

2014_QNR 24. Directions : (Questions i to iv). Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow : Many people consider mass and weight as one and the same physical quantity though these are not Same. The quantity of matter in… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – Passage Based – FIFA 2014!

2014_QNR 23. Directions : (Questions i to iv). Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow : Football is one of the most popular games played. The 20 th Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) World Cup football tournament was organized… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – Fill in the blanks using mathematical operators!

2014_QNR 22. If you have to use all the four mathematical operations (+, —, ×, ÷) only once in the blanks below, what is the maximum number you get if at no stage you have a fraction or a negative number ?… Continue Reading

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Quantitative Reasoning – Pyramid of Numbers!

2014_QNR 21. Neha has blocks with numbers printed on it. She makes a pyramid so that the sum of the two adjacent blocks is equal to the number on the block placed above them (as shown below). If she applies the same… Continue Reading