Quantitative Aptitude Test 45 Quantitative Aptitude Please enter your email: 1. The length of the boundary of area grazed is (approximately): 40 m 60 m None of these 50 m 2. A ball is dropped on the floor from a height of 50 m. Each time it rebounds it reaches 1/2 of its previous height attained. The least distance the ball would have travelled after which it would not able to reach above 1 m is: 143.75 151.25 150 135.5 3. The maximum value of f(x) = [x(x-1) + 1]^{1/3}, 0 £ x £ 1 None of these (3/4)^{1/3sup>} 1 1/2 4. There are two natural ways to inscribe a square in a given isosceles right triangle. If it is done as in fig 1 then area of square is 576 CM^{2}. What is the area (in CM^{2}) Of square inscribed in same triangle as in fig 2. 576 512 625 529 5. The work done by x men in (n + 1) days is to work done by (x + 2) men in n days is as 9: 10. Find n. 10 8 12 6 6. Find the number of digits in the number 4^{16}5^{11}, taking logs to the base 10. 30 29 27 28 7. The number of zeroes that come at the end of 270! are: 105 98 66 70 8. Read the problem carefully and answer the following (2 questions):In a square lawn of side 15 m, two cows are tied by rope of length 10 m and 8 m respectively at the ends of same side of lawn. The area grazed is (approximately): 30p 40p None of these 41p 9. Three circles with centres X, Y, Z each with radius 20 cms, intersect one another as shown in the figure. The length of AB = 12 cms, CD = 10 cms; and EF = 5 cms. What is the perimeter of triangle XYZ? 60 cms 81 cms 87 cms 93 cms 10. Three girls agreed to divide a bag of similar balls in the following way. The first girl took one more than half the balls. The second took a one third of the remaining and last girl found that she is left with twice as many balls as the second girl. The original number of balls was: cannot be determined 14 or 32 20 or 26 8 or 38 Loading … Question 1 of 10 Previous PostGeneral English Test 39 Next PostGeneral Knowledge 390