**Dear Readers,**

**As SSC CGL exam is coming near, many of candidates are studying very hard for this exam and want to crack this exam very seriously. Many of candidates understand this thing that QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE Section plays a pivotal role in deciding the cut-off for candidates giving this exam.**

**Friends, from now on We are starting an online quiz series of "Arithmetic Quant". According to this plan, from today onwards we would be publishing daily quiz of Arithmetic maths portion from where we would cover a topic each in it and we would update it daily in SSCADDA WEBSITE. AND ALSO THIS QUIZ SERIES IS NOT PARTICULARLY FOR SSC EXAM BUT ALSO USEFUL FOR OTHER GOVERNMENT EXAM.**

**Today we are starting quiz from Chapter-Number System.**

**1. The sum of the three consecutive even numbers is 14 less than one-fourth of 176. What is the middle number.**

**2. The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 15 more than one fourth of 120. What is the middle number?**

3. Two different numbers when divided by the same divisor, left remainders 10 and 15 respectively, and when their sum was divided by the same divisor, remainder was 3. What is the divisor?

**4. Two different numbers when divided by the same divisor, left remainders 5 and 7 respectively, and when their sum was divided by the same divisor, remainder was 2. What is the divisor?**

**5. If the two digits of the age of Mr Manoj are reversed then the new age so obtained is the age of his wife. 1/11 of the sum of their ages is equal to the difference between their ages. If Mr Manoj is elder than his wife then find the difference between their ages. **

**6. A number is greater than the square of 44 but smaller than the square of 45. If one part of the number is the square of 6 and the number is a multiple of 5, then find the number. **

**7. If a number is decreased by 4 and divided by 6 the result is 9. What would be the result if 3 is subtracted from the number and then it is divided by 5?**

**8. A two-digit number is seven times the sum of its digits. If each digit is increased by 2, the number thus obtained is 4 more than six times the sum of its digits. Find the number.**

**9. The digit in the units place of a number is equal to the digit in the tens place of half of that number and the digit in the tens place of that number is less than the digit in units place of half of the number by 1. If the sum of the digits of the number is seven, then what is the number?**

10. A fraction becomes 4 when 1 is added to both the numerator and denominator, and it becomes 7 when 1 is subtraced from both the numerator and denominator. The numerator of the given fraction is: