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CMAT Quantitative

Question #1: The sum of the square of two number is 233 and one of the number is 3 less than twice the other number. The numbers are:

Question #2: A two digit number is such that the product of the digits is 8. When 18 is added to the number the digits interchange their places. The number is

Question #3: Every Sunday Kristina Jogs 3 miles. For the rest of the week, each day he jogs 1 mile more than the preceding day. In 4 weeks, Kristina jog’s ……… miles

Question #4: The present ages of a mother and her daughter are 30 years and 14 years respectively. The number of years ago that the product of their ages was 192 is:

Question #5: The product of Prakash’s age before 5 years with his age 9 years later is 15. His present age is:

Question #6: Sadikshya was 25 years when her son was born. But the product of their ages now is 186. The present ages of mother and her son are:

Question #7: Sabita said to Kabita “I am twice as old as you were when I was old as you are”. The sum of their present ages is 49 years. Now their ages in years are

Question #8: If the two-digit integers P and Q are positive and have the same digits, but in reverse order, the following cannot be the sum of P and Q is:

Question #9: If Uttam’s age + Amar’s age = 80 and Uttam ‘s age + Ganesh’s age = 98 and Amar ‘s age + Ganesh age = 94; How old as Uttam, Amar and Ganesh?

Question #10: Samyam will be X years old Y years from now. Z years ago, He was:

Question #11: The product of two consecutive even numbers is 288. The number is:

Question #12: John is 20 years older than Steve. In 10 years, Steve’s age will be half that of John’s, what is the Steve’s age?

Question #13: The sum of the who numbers from 1 to 50 is:

Question #14: A number consists of two digits whose product is 8. If 63 is subtracted from the number, the digits are interchanged. The number is:

Question #15: The total of ages of X and Y is 3:5, if Y is 8 years elder to X, then the age of X is: [CMAT 2005]

Question #16: In 1950 the sum of ages of Rasika and Natasha was 40 years. In 1965, the ratio of their ages 3:4, their ages in 2000 is:

Question #17: If the numerator of a fraction is multiplied by 4 and the denominator is reduce by 2,the result is 4.If the numerator of the fraction is increased by 10 and 2 subtracted from the doubled of the denominator the result is 5/4.The fraction is:

Question #18: Today is the birthday of Regan and he is 3 times as old as Srijana. In 13 years Regan will be one year less than twice as old as Srijana will be then. What is the age of Regan today? [CMAT 2006]

Question #19: The sum of number and 16 times its reciprocal is 8, the number is:

Question #20: A father’s age was four three times of his son at 2032 B.S. and 2050 B.S. respectively, The birth year of the son was:

Question #21: The present ages of a father and his son are 35 years and 12 years respectively. The number of years ago that the product of their ages was 210 is :

Question #22: Two years age, a man’s age was three times the square of his son’s age. If three years’ time, his age will be four times his son’s age, their present ages are:

Question #23: The present ages of elder and younger brothers are 13 years and 7 years respectively. The number of years that will the product of their ages be 280 is:

Question #24: Today is the birthday of Amar and he is 3 times as old as Kristina. In 13 years. Amar will be one year less than twice as old as Kristina will be then. The age of Amar today is: [CMAT 2006]

Question #25: If a two digit positive integer has its digit reversed, the resulting integer differs from the original by 27. By how much do the two digit differ?

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