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Quantitative Aptitude


1. The factors of a3 + 4a2 - 11a - 30 are:


2. A cylindrical vessel 80 cm in diameter is partly filled with water. If a heavy sphere of 60 cm diameter is gently dropped into the vessel, then the water level will rise by another:


3. When x5 - 5x4 + 9x3 - 6X2 - 16x + 13 is divided by x2 - 3x + a, the quotient and the remainder are x3 - 2x2 + x + 1 and -15x + 11, respectively. The value of a is equal to:


4. A certain two-digit number is equal to five times the sum of its digits. If nine were added to the number, its digits would be reversed. The sum of the digits of the number is:


5. If p and q are real numbers; p 0, then the equation 3x - 5 + q = px + 1 has no solution, if:



6. If Ax3 + 31x2 - Bx - 10 is exactly divisible by 2x2 + 9x - 5, then the values of A and B, respectively, are:


7. A hemispherical bowl B1 and a hollow right circular cylinder B2 (having length equal to its radius) have the same diameter equal to the length of a side of a hollow cubical box B3. Water is filled in all these vessels up to the same level and such that hen-dspherical bowl is full of water and the volumes of filled water are V1, V2 and V3, respectively, in B1, B2 and B3, then:


8. A shopkeeper earns a profit of 12% on selling a book at 10% discount on the printed price. The ratio of the cost price to the printed price of the book is :


9. A cylindrical drum of radius 50 cm and height 30 cm is completely filled under a running tap of water in 2 minutes. If the radius of the circular tap is 1 cm, then the velocity of the water flowing through the tap is equal to:


10. If a2 = (b + c), b2 = (c + a), c2 = (a + b); then the value of 1/(a+1) + 1/(b+1) + 1/(c+1) is equal to:


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