Quantitative Aptitude Test 24

Quantitative Aptitude

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1. Which one of the following statements is NOT correct?


2. Which one of the following empirical relations is correct in respect of a moderately asymmetrical distribution?


3. Which one of the following equations is correct?


4. In a triangle ABC, BD and CE are perpendicularg on AC and AB respectively. If BD = CE, then the triangle ABC is:


5. If in a triangle ABC, ÐB = 2 ÐC and the bisector of ÐB meets CA in D, then the ratio BD: BC would be equal to:


6. If the angle of elevation of the top of a tower at a distance 100 metres, from its foot is 45°, then the height, in metres, of the tower is equal to:



In the above figure CD is parallel to AB. The angle y is equal to:


8. The earth makes a complete revolution about its axis in 24 hours. The angle through which it will turn in 4 hours and 40 minutes, is equal to:


9. If the measurement of each of the interior angles of a polygon is 160°, then the number of sides of the polygon would be equal to:



ÐABC is equal to 45° as shown in the above figure.
If AC/AB = Ö2, then ÐBAC is equal to:


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Benefits of Tamarind


Tamarind seeds yield an amber oil useful as an illuminant and as a varnish especially preferred for painting dolls and idols. The oil is said to be palatable and of culinary quality. The tannin rich seedcoat (testa) is under investigation as having some utility as an adhesive for plywoods and in dyeing and tanning, though it is of inferior quality and gives a red hue to leather.The powder made from tamarind kernels has been adopted by the Indian textile industry as 300% more efficient and more economical than cornstarch for sizing and finishing cotton, jute and spun viscose, as well as having other technical advantages. It is commonly used for dressing homemade blankets. Other industrial uses include employment in color printing of textiles, paper sizing, leather treating, the manufacture of a structural plastic, a glue for wood, a stabilizer in bricks, a binder in sawdust briquettes, and a thickener in some explosives.