Set – 44
1) What is the average age of Ajay and Ramesh?
l) Average age of Ajay, Ramesh and Vicky is 34.
Ratio of age of Ajay to that of Vicky is 1 : 2
Il) Ratio of age of Ajay to that of Ramesh after 6
years will be 5 : 6.
Ill) Positive difference between the age of Suresh
and Ajay (Suresh being the elder one) is equal to
the positive difference between the age of
Ramesh and Suresh (Ramesh being the elder
a) Only statement I
b) Only statement Il
c) Only I and Ill together are sufficient
d) Only I and Il together are sufficient
e) l, Il and Ill together are sufficient
2) What is the principal amount?
l) The ratio of compound interest earned in the
second year and the compound interest earned in
the first year is 6 : 5
Il) The sum would be double in five years if it was
invested in simple interest
Ill) The difference the compound interest and
simple interest earned on same principal amount
for two years at a same rate of interest p.a. is Rs
a) Only statement I alone is sufficient
b) Only statement Il alone is sufficient
c) Only statement Ill is sufficient
d) Either Only I and Ill together or Only Il and Ill together
e) All l, Il and Ill together is needed
3) A cone is kept at the top of a cube such that
the top surface of the cube lies inside the base of
the cone. What would be the total cost of
painting the total surface of the figure at the rate
of Rs. 2.5 per cm2?
Statement l: The ratio of the height of the cone
and radius of the cone is 24:7.
Statement Il: The ratio of the height of the cone
and side of the cube is 2:3.
Statement Ill: The volume of the cone is 1232
a) Statement I & Il
b) Statement I & Ill
c) Statement l, Il & Ill
d) Either (a) or (b)
e) None of these
4) What is the probability
of getting at least one
green ball from Bag B
when 3 balls are picked
at random if there are
total 50 balls in bag B
and number of red ball in
bag B is 2 more than
yellow ball in bag E?
a) 667/784 b) 877/1225
d) 106/193 e) 104/189
5) If the number of total
balls in bag C is 60 while
the ratio of yellow and
red balls in the bag is 3:5
then find the probability
of getting one red ball
and one green ball if 2
balls are drawn from bag
C at random?
a) 13/59 b) 11/34 c)
12/59 d) 10/17 e)
6) If the probability of
drawing a green ball from
bag A is 2/5 and the
number of yellow and
green balls present in
bag A is in the ratio of
3:5 then find the
probability of drawing
two yellow balls from bag
A at random?
a) 13/1225 b) 17/1225
d) 12/1225 e) None of
7) If the number of green balls and red balls in bag
E is in the ratio of 4:5 then find the probability
of getting either a red or a green ball if one ball is
picked at random from bag E?
8) If the number of yellow balls is 4 more than the
green balls in bag D and the probability of
drawing a red ball is 3/4 if one ball is picked at
random then find the total number of balls in