# Quantitative Aptitude Problem on Numbers Quest

Quantitative Aptitude – Problem on Numbers – Questions – 01

1. Two numbers are such that the square of one is 224 less than 8 times the square of the other. If the number be in the ratio of 3 : 4, the numbers are :

2. The sum of the squares of three consecutive odd numbers is 251. The numbers are :

3. Three numbers are in the rario 4 : 5 : 6 and their average is 25. The largest number is :

4. Three numbers are in the ratio of 3 : 4 : 6 and their product is 1944. The largest of these numbers is :

5. The sum of three numbers is 264. If the first number be twice the second and third number be one-third of the first, then the second number is :

6. The difference between the squares of two consecutive numbers is 35. The smallest numbe is :

7. The sum of three numbers is 136. If the ratio between first and second be 2 : 3 and that between second and third is 5 : 3, then the second number is :

8. There are two numbers such that the sum of twice the first and thrice the second is 39, while the sum of thrice the first and twice the second is 36. The larger of the two is :

9. The sum of two consecutive odd numbers in a set of three consecutive odd numbers is 5 more than the third number. What is the second of these numbers ?

10. The difference of two numbers is 20% of the larger number. If the smaller number is 12, the larger one is :

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