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# Important Quantitative Aptitude Questions For SSC CGL 2018

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Q1.A and B started a business with the investments in the ratio of 5 : 3 respectively. After 6 months from the start of the business, C joined them and the respective ratio between the investments of B and C was 2 : 3. If the annual profit earned by them was Rs. 12300, what was the difference between B’s share and C’s share in the profit?

(a) Rs. 900

(b) Rs. 800

(c) Rs. 600

(d) Rs. 400

(e) Rs. 700

Q2.Gaurav, Vivek and Neeraj enter into partnership by making investments in the ratio 3 : 5 : 7. After a year, Neeraj invests another Rs. 337600 while Gaurav withdraws Rs. 45600. The ratio of investments then changes to 24 : 59 : 167. How much did Gaurav invest initially?

(a) Rs. 45600

(b) Rs. 96000

(c) Rs. 141600

(d) Rs. 156000

(e) None of these

Q3. A and B weave a carpet in 10 days and 15 days, respectively. They begin to work together but B leaves after 2 days. In what time will A complete the remaining work?

(a) 6 (1/3) days

(b) 6 (2/3) days

(c) 7 days

(d) 8 days

(e) None of these

Q4. Eight children and 12 men complete a certain piece of work in 9 days. If each child takes twice the time taken by a man to finish the work, in how many days will 12 men finish the same work?

(a) 15

(b) 8

(c) 9

(d) 12

(e) None of these