Predict Age…! [Age#2]

Age#2.Mother’s age is three times more than her son Amit’s age. After 8 years, she would be two and a half times of Amit’s age. After further 8 years, how many times would she be of Amit’s age? a. 2… Continue Reading

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

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

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

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

Quantitative Reasoning – Throwball League Match!

2014_QNR 20. In a “Throwball League Match”, a player can earn points as per the following rules : A player can throw the ball maximum up to 10 times. Points earned in each throw are added to get the total… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Abacus rings and numbers!

2014_QNR 19. Rahul used 4 rings on the abacus rod to make numbers. He used only units and tens place rods to make numbrs, hence making the following numbers: 4, 13, 22, 31, 40

Quantitative Reasoning – How much can you score in dartboard!

2014_QNR 18. In a fair you throw three darts on the following dartboard to score a total of 60. Any of the darts can hit same part of dartboard more than once. If you score on each dart that you throw,… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Who sits where?

2014_QNR 17.  In a classroom the seating plan of seven students- P,Q,R,S,T,U and V is as follows: P sits in between Q and R. S sits behind T. U sits between R and T. V sits on the last desk.… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – How far are the two men now standing?

2014_QNR 16. Two men, starting at the same point, walk in opposite directions for 12 metres, turn to their left and walk another 5 metres. What is the distance between them now? 1. 26 metres 2. 13 metres 3. 24… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Commonwealth Games!

2014_QNR 15. The following graph shows the medals won by India in Commonwealth Games from 1994 to 2014. In which year was the difference between the number of gold medals and bronze medals maximum? 1) 2014 2) 2002 3) 2006… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – A fruit seller who does not use currency!

2014_QNR 14. A fruit seller does not use currency. Instead he uses the following exchange rates: 10 Strawberries = 2 Apples 1 Apple = 2 Bananas 4 Bananas = 1 Mango On the basis of the above exchange rates, how… Continue Reading

Quantitative Reasoning – Counting Fingers!

2014_QNR 13. Your grandmother counts upto 108 using the fingers and the thumb of her left hand. If she starts counting from the thumb (Marked A) as 1 to the little finger (marked E) as 5 and comes back to the… Continue Reading