**Linear & Quadratic Equations**

**
Q1. The total cost of 6 books and 4
pencils is Rs 34 and that of 5 books and 5 pencils is Rs 30. The
cost of each books and pencils (in Rs) respectively
is**

**
1) 1 & 5 2) 5 &
1 3) 6
& 1 4) 1 &
6 5)
None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q2. The sum of two numbers is 80. If
the larger number exceeds four times the smaller one by 5, then the
smaller number is:**

**
1)
5
2)
15
3)20
4)25
5) None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q3. Let x and y be the costs of a
mango and an orange respectively. Suppose, cost of 2 mangoes is 1
rupee more than cost of 3 oranges and cost of 3 oranges is 1 rupee
more than the cost of one mango. Then:**

**
1) 2x -3y =1, x – 3y
=-1 2) 2x –
3y = 1, 3y – x =-1**

**
3) 2x + 3y =1, 3y – x =-1
4) 3y – 2x =1, x – 3y =
1 **

**
5) None**

**
__________________________________________________________________**

**
Q4. If three times the larger of two numbers is divided by
the smaller, the quotient and the reminder, each is equal to 6. If
five times the smaller is divided by the larger, the quotient is 2
and the remainder is 3. The smaller number is:**

**
1)
6
2)
7
3)
8
4)
9
5) None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q5. A number consist of two digits,
whose sum is 10. If 18 is subtracted from the number, digits are
reversed, the number is:**

**
1)
64
2)
46
3)
55
4)
73
5) None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q6. A number consists of two digits
whose sum is 9. The number obtained by reserving the order of the
digits of the given number, exceeds the given number by 27. The
number is:**

**
1)
36
2)
45
3)
54
4)
27
5) None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q7. There are two examination halls,
P and Q. If 10 students are sent from P to Q , then number of
students in each room is the same. If 20 students are sent from Q
to P, then the number of students in P is double of that in Q. The
number of students in P and Q respectively are:**

**
1)100, 80 2)80,
60
3)70, 50 4) 60,
40 5)
None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q8. A and B each has some money. If A gives Rs. 30 to B, then B will have twice the
money left with A. but if B gives Rs. 10 to A, then A will have
thrice as much as is left with B. then, A and B have
respectively:**

**
1) Rs. 44, Rs
72
2) Rs 62, Rs
34
3)Rs 72,Rs 44**

**
4) Rs 34, Rs
62
5) None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q9. A man purchased 47 stamps of 20
paisa and 15 paisa. The total amount he spent was Rs 8.80. The
number of 20 paisa and 15 paisa stamps which he
purchased.**

**
1) 12 and 35 respectively 2) 10
and 37
respectively **

**
3) 35 and 12 respectively 4)
can’t be determined 5) None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q10. A purse contains only 25 paise and 10 paise coins.
The total amount in the purse is Rs 8.25. if the number of 25 paise
coins is one- third of the number of 10 paise coins in the purse,
then the total number of coins in the purse is:**

**
1) 30
2)
40
3)
45
4)60
5) None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q11. There are two numbers, such that three times the
first number exceeds the second number by 2. First number when
added to 3 times the second number gives 24. Find these two
numbers.**

**
1)
3,7
2)
4,6
3)
2,5
4)
8,9
5)None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q12. Seven years ago Bill was seven times as old as
Melinda, and three years hence Bill will be three times as old as
Melinda. Find their present ages.**

**
1) 24, 28 2) 3,
21
3) 5, 15 4) 42,
12 5)
None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q13. A Sum of money was distributed equally among forty
five number of children. If there were 5 children less, each would
have received a rupee more. But if there were 15 children more,
each would have received Rs. 2 less. Find the sum of money
distributed.**

**
1) Rs. 120 2) Rs.
125 3) Rs.
100 4) Rs.
360 5) None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q14. In a pet shop, there are twice as many cats as
there are dogs, and as many parrots as 1/6 the number of dogs and
as many mynahs as 1/8 the number of dogs. If the total number of
pets in the shop is 1580, then find the number of cats in the
shop.**

**
1) 480 2)
960
3) 15168 4)
30336 5)
None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Q15. A man had some hens and cows. If the number of
heads is 48 and the number of feet equals 140, then the number of
hens is:**

**
(1)
22
(2)
23 (3)
24
(4)
26 5)
None**

**
__________________________________________________________________
**

**
Answers**

**
1) 2 2)
2
3)
1
4)
2
5)
1
6) 1**

**
7) 1 8)
2
9)
3
10)
4
11) 1
12) 4**

**
13) 4 14)
1 15) 4
**

Banking terms with basic explanations

Financial terms with basic explanations and examples

How to prepare for any interview

UNESCO World heritage sites in India

Excellent video on everyone having something special

Best computer awareness question bank

Subjective topics and tips for SBI Associate PO

Maths various questions for practice

Various vacancies in Govt general insurance

20 lakh vacancies in Indian banking sector

Basic questions for banking interview

**Copyright 2010
InfoMind.in All rights reserved.**