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er is: provided by cleverinfo.do.am Sample Math Aptitude = 1125 ber = (25 * 1125)/125 = 225 Questions Solution: Let L.C.M. be l and H.C.F. be h. Then l = 45h l + h =1150 This is not a professionally built mathematical test but a simple effort to exemplify it. These sample questions will help you to know general style of math aptitude tests. Foe Example... The L.C.M. (Lowest (or Least) Common Multiple) of two numbers is 45 times to their H.C.F (Highest Common Factor). If one of the numbers is
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  r is:Solution: Let L.C.M. be l and H.C.F. be h. Then l = 45h l + h =1150= 1125er = (25 * 1125)/125 = 225  provided bycleverinfo.do.am Sample Math   AptitudeQuestions This is not a professionally built mathematical test but a simple effort to exemplifyit. These sample questions will help you to know general style of math aptitude tests.Foe Example... <!--google_ad_client = pub-0900223022107016 ; The L.C.M. (Lowest (or Least)Common Multiple) of twonumbers is 45 times to their H.C.F(Highest Common Factor). If oneof the numbers is 125 and sum of L.C.M. and H.C.F. is MathematicalAptitude TestQuestion 2 Six bells commence tollingtogether and toll at intervals2,4,6,8,10 and 12 secondsrespectively. In 30 minuteshow many times they tolltogether. a) 4  b) 10 c) 15 d) 16 Solution:L.C.M. of 2,4,6,8,10,12 = 120So they toll together after every120 seconds i.e. 2 minutes. So in30 minutes they toll together 30/2 + 1 = 16 times  Math AptitudeTest Question 3 The value of (0.625 * 0.0729 *28.9)/(0.0017 * 0.025 * 8.1) is a) 0.3825 0) 3.825 a) 38.25  b) 382.5 visitwww.cleverinfo.do.am for more aptitudequestions  Solution: The sum of decimal places in numerator and denominator being the same, decimal point can beremoved(625*729*289) / (17*25*81) = 3825 Algebra Aptitude Test Question 4 Trigonometry is the science of measuring triangles. To do well in any math aptitude test you must have goodknowledge of trigonometric ratios and basic identities should be on tips. You may face a lot of questionsabout heights and distances like:Find x if sin(x+36^) = cos xSolution:sin(x+36^) = cos xcos(90^ - (x+36^)) = cos x 90^ -(x+36^) = x2x = 54^x= 27^ Math Aptitude Test Question 5 Linear equations are part of all math aptitude tests. They can be age related problems, upstream, downstream problems etcI am three times as old as my son. Five years later I shall be two and a half times as old as my son. Whatis my age?Solution:Let my age be x years and age of my son be y years. i) x = 3yFive years later  0) x+5 = 5/2(y+5)From (i) and (ii)y=15 and x=45 Math Aptitude Test Question 6 In almost all the t e s t s q u e s t i o ns from Volume and surface area can be expected like:The number of coins 1.5 cm in diameter and 0.2cm thick to be melted to form a right circular cylinder of height 10 cm and diameter 4.5 cm is: a) 380  b) 450  <!--google_ad_client = pub-0900223022107016 ; /* Personality-links200x90 */ google_ad_slot = 4449265311 ;google_ad_width = 200; google_ad_height = 90;//--> 3rd term = (2nd term - 26) / 2=(5 10-26)/2=4th term = (3rd term - 22) / 2 =(242-22)/2 =So 106 is the answer. c) 472 d) 540Solution: Volume of 1 coin = 22/7 *(1 .5)/2*(1.5)/2 * 0.2 = 99/280 cm3 Volume of largecylinder = 22/7 *(4.5)/2*(4.5)/2 * 10 = (99*45)/28cm3 Number of coins = (99*45)/28 *280/99 = 450 Math Aptitude Test Question 7 The size of a wooden block is 5 * 10 * 20 cm3. How many whole such blocks you will take to construct asolid wooden cube of minimum size? a) 6  b) 8 c) 12 0) 16 Solution: Size of eachcube = 5 cmSo number of blocks = (5 * 10 * 20)/(5*5*5) = 8 Numerical Aptitude Test Question 8 Find the odd man out - 1050, 510, 242, 106, 46, 16, 3 a) 510 0) 242 a) 106  b) 46Solution:2nd term = (Ist term - 30) / 2 = (1050-30)/2 = 5102421101 .With how few assistants can an intrepid explorer make a 6 day crossing on foot of anabsolutelybarren desert, if he and the available assistants can each carry only enough food andwater to last one man four days? Look for the simplest humane soln...
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