# Quantity based questions

Direction (Qs. 1 - 10): In the following questions, statements are given. Solve the quantities and choose the correct option.

1. Quantity I: Distance, if a man covers a distance in 30 hours, he covers first half at 7 km/hr and the second half at 8 km/hr.

Quantity II: Distance, if man covers a distance of three equal parts in 20 hours. He covers the first part at 10 km/hr, the second part at 15km/hr and the third part at 30km/hr.

A) Quantity I > Quantity II

B) Quantity I < Quantity II

C) Quantity I ³ Quantity II

D) Quantity I £ Quantity II

E) Quantity I = Quantity II or no relation can be established

Ans: B

2. Quantity I: A alone can complete a work in 5 days and A is twice efficient as B. If B is thrice efficient as C, then in how many days all three working together can complete the work?

Quantity II: The length of a rectangle is equal to the side of a square, which area is 16 m2. If the diagonal of the rectangle is 5 m, then find the breadth of the rectangle (in m)?

A) Quantity I > Quantity II

B) Quantity I < Quantity II

C) Quantity I ³ Quantity II

D) Quantity I £ Quantity II

E) Quantity I = Quantity II or no relation can be established

Sol: Quantity I: A = 5

time takem by B = 5 × 2 = 10

time takem by C = 10 × 3 = 30

3. Quantity I: A 25 percent gain is made by selling the mixture of two types of sugar at Rs.450 per kg. If one type of sugar costing Rs.560 per kg was mixed with 185 kg of the other type of sugar which cost is Rs.280 per kg, how many kilograms of the former was mixed?

Quantity II: 70 kg

A) Quantity I > Quantity II

B) Quantity I < Quantity II

C) Quantity I ³ Quantity II

D) Quantity I £ Quantity II

E) Quantity I = Quantity II or no relation can be established Direction

4. Quantity I: A man invested Rs.X at the rate of 16 % p.a. on simple interest for 5/2 years. If the man received Rs. 2000 as interest, then find the value of X?

Quantity II: A spent 25% of his monthly income on rent, 30% on food and 20% of the income he saves. If the difference between his savings and expenditure on food is Rs.1800, then find his expenditure on Rent.

Quantity III: Rs. 4000

A) Quantity I > Quantity II > Quantity III

B) Quantity I < Quantity II > Quantity III

C) Quantity I ³ Quantity II £ Quantity III

D) Quantity I £ Quantity II ³ Quantity III

E) Quantity I = Quantity II = Quantity III or no Relation can be established

5. Quantity I: 690 toffees are distributed among P, Q and R in the ratio of 7 : 11 : 5. Find the difference between the no. of toffees of P and R.

Quantity II: 70

Quantity III: In a class, there are 20 girls and 30 boys and the total average weight of the class is 33 kg. If the total average weight of boys is 35 kg, then find the average weight of girls?

A) Quantity I > Quantity II > Quantity III

B) Quantity I < Quantity II > Quantity III

C) Quantity I ³ Quantity II £ Quantity III

D) Quantity I £ Quantity II ³ Quantity III

E) Quantity I = Quantity II = Quantity III or no relation can be established

6. Quantity I: The average runs scored by Danish in 25 matches are 78.8. In the next match, he scored some runs and his average increased by 1.2, then find how many runs were scored in the last match?

Quantity II: 140.

A) Quantity I < Quantity II

B) Quantity I > Quantity II

C) Quantity I ³ Quantity II

D) Quantity I £ Quantity II

E) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

7. Quantity I: 50 women working 12 hours a day can weave 60 sweaters in 20 days. If some men work for 16 hours per day for 24 days, then find how many men are required weaving 120 sweaters, given that the efficiency of each woman is 20% more efficient than that of each man?

Quantity II: 75

A) Quantity I < Quantity II

B) Quantity I > Quantity II

C) Quantity I ³ Quantity II

D) Quantity I £ Quantity II

E) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

8. Quantity I: If Rs.50,000 partially is lent at 10% and 5% per annum for 3 years and the total interest received after 3 years is Rs.12000, then find the sum lent at 5% simple interest?

Quantity II: 15000

A) Quantity I < Quantity II

B) Quantity I > Quantity II

C) Quantity I ³ Quantity II

D) Quantity I £ Quantity II

E) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

9. Quantity I: Cost price of the book. A man sells a book at a profit of 20%. If he had bought it at 20% less and sold it for Rs. 18 less, he would have gained 25%.

Quantity II: Cost price of an article. If an article is sold at 8% profit instead of 8% loss, it would have brought Rs.12 more.

A) Quantity I > Quantity II

B) Quantity I < Quantity II

C) Quantity I ³ Quantity II

D) Quantity I £ Quantity II

E) Quantity I = Quantity II (or) No relation

10. The compound interest paid by R on Rs.15000 at 20% for two years compounding on yearly basis is equal to the simple interest paid by K on Rs.x at 20% for 4 years.

Quantity I: Principal of R is how much more than that of K.

Quantity II: What would be the total amount received by K for 5 years at 4% per annum.

A) Quantity I > Quantity II

B) Quantity I < Quantity II

C) Quantity I £ Quantity II

D) Quantity I ³ Quantity II

E) Quantity I = Quantity II (or) no relation can be established

Posted Date : 01-02-2023

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