Questions On Quantitative Techniques SMQTQ025

Questions On Quantitative Techniques SMQTQ025

Directions 1-2: The following table shows the time taken by different kind of labors in four different kinds of works. Study the following table and answer the questions given below:


5 men

5 women

5 boys

Work – 1

10 days

14 days

16 days

Work – 2

20 days

25 days

30 days

Work – 3

18 days

22 days

25 days

Work – 4

15 days

20 days

24 days


1. Work 1 is performed by 15 men, 7 women and 4 boys together. The work 2 is started on march 10th, then when will be the work be completed if there is 1/2 day gap consecutively between the working days taken by all of them together?

(a)     15th March

(b)     4th March

(c)     19th March

(d)    16th March

2. Suppose, the Work 1, 2 and 3 are performed by the men, women and boy as given in the table consecutively, then in how many days approximately all the three works will be completed?

(a)     19 days

(b)     20 days

(c)     21 days

(d)    22 days      

3. Which of the following statements are required to ascertain that B alone does the work in 40 days?

  1. A,B and C can together do a work in 10 days, in which B takes three times as long as A and C together do the work.
  2. C takes twice as long as A and B together takes to do the work.
  3. A takes twice as long as B and C together take to do the work.
  1. Only I and II
  2. Only II and III
  3. Only III and I
  4. Either I and II


4. A number

  1. When divided by the sum of 45 and 30 gives thrice their difference as quotient and
  2. 25 is remainder in that situation.

 The number is

(a)        3000   

(b)        3200   

(c)        3400

(d)         3500

5. The number which can be written in the form of n2(n2 + 1) (n2 + 2) (n2 + 3), where n is a natural number, is

(a)     20

(b)     21

(c)     24

(d)     25

6. The greater of the two numbers whose product is 2625 and sum exceeds their difference by 70 is

(a)     35                                           

(b)     45               

(c)     65               

(d)    75