Quant Quiz on “MIXED” for SSC CGL 2016

Q1. On dividing a number by 56, we get 29 as remainder. On
dividing the same number by 8, what will be the remainder?
(a) 4
(b) 5
(c) 6
(d) 7

Q2. In a division sum, the remainder is 0. A student mistook the
divisor as 12 instead of 21 and obtained 35 as quotient. What is the correct
quotient?
(a) 0
(b) 12
(c) 13
(d) 20
Q3. On dividing 2272 as well as 875 by 3-digit number N, we get
the same remainder. The sum of the digits of N is:
(a) 10
(b) 11
(c) 12
(d) 13
Q4. On multiplying a number by 7, the product is a number each of
whose digits is 3. The smallest such number is:
(a) 47619
(b) 47719
(c) 48619

(d) 47649

Q6. In dividing a number by 585, a student employed the method of
short division. He divided the number successively by 5, 9 and 13 (factors of
585) and got the remainders 4, 8, 12 respectively. If he had divided the number
by 585, the remainder would have been
(a) 24
(b) 144
(c) 292
(d) 584
Q7. A, B and C start at the same time in the same direction to run
around a circular stadium. A completes a round in 252 seconds, B in 308 seconds
and C in 198 seconds, all starting at the same point. After what time will they
meet again at the starting point?
(a) 26
minutes 18 seconds
(b) 42
minutes 36 seconds
(c) 45
minutes
(d) 46
minutes 12 seconds

Q13. A, B, C and D are four consecutive even
numbers respectively and their averaged is 65. What the product of A and D?
(a) 3968
(b) 4216
(c) 4092
(d) 4352
14. The average of four numbers A, B, C and D
is 40. The average of four numbers A, B, E and F is also 40. (A, B are common).
Which of the following must be true?
(a) (A + B)≠(C+D)
(b) (C + D)
= (E + F)
(c) Either C
= E, or F; and D = F = or E
(d) C = E =
and D = F
15. At present Ayushi is eight times her
daughter’s age. Eight years from now, the ratio of the ages of Ayushi and her
daughter will be 10 : 3 respectively. What is Ayushi’s present age ?
(a) 32 years
(b) 40 years
(c) 36 years
(d) Can’t say

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