# ANALYTICAL REASONING Quiz

**1. Question:** If all roses are flowers and some flowers fade quickly, can we conclude that some roses fade quickly?

- A) Yes
- B) No
- C) It cannot be determined
- D) Only some flowers fade quickly

**Answer:** C) It cannot be determined

**2. Question:** A is taller than B, and B is shorter than C. If C is taller than D, which of the following is true?

- A) A is taller than D
- B) D is taller than B
- C) C is shorter than A
- D) B is taller than C

**Answer:** A) A is taller than D

**3. Question:** If all cats are mammals and some mammals are not dogs, which of the following statements is definitely true?

- A) Some cats are dogs
- B) Some cats are not dogs
- C) All mammals are cats
- D) All dogs are cats

**Answer:** B) Some cats are not dogs

**4. Question:** In a family of six members, A is the mother of B and C. D is the father of E and F, who are the children of B and C. How is D related to A?

- A) Father
- B) Brother
- C) Husband
- D) Son

**Answer:** C) Husband

**5. Question:** If all books are written by authors and some authors are famous, which of the following conclusions is true?

- A) All books are famous
- B) Some books are written by famous authors
- C) No book is written by a famous author
- D) All authors write books

**Answer:** B) Some books are written by famous authors

**6. Question:** If it rains, the ground will be wet. The ground is wet. What can be concluded?

- A) It rained
- B) It did not rain
- C) It may have rained
- D) It is sunny

**Answer:** C) It may have rained

**7. Question:** Five friends A, B, C, D, and E are sitting in a row. A is on the right of B, who is on the left of C. D is between A and E. Who is sitting in the middle?

- A) B
- B) C
- C) D
- D) E

**Answer:** C) D

**8. Question:** A shopkeeper sells pens, pencils, and notebooks. If pens are more expensive than pencils, and pencils are more expensive than notebooks, which of the following is true?

- A) Pens are the cheapest
- B) Notebooks are more expensive than pens
- C) Notebooks are the cheapest
- D) Pencils are the most expensive

**Answer:** C) Notebooks are the cheapest

**9. Question:** If every person who has a degree is employed and John is employed, can we say that John has a degree?

- A) Yes
- B) No
- C) It cannot be determined
- D) Only some employed people have degrees

**Answer:** C) It cannot be determined

**10. Question:** In a certain code, “CAT” is written as “DBU”. How is “DOG” written in the same code?

- A) EPX
- B) DPH
- C) EPH
- D) CPF

**Answer:** A) EPX

**11. Question:** If today is Wednesday, what day will it be 65 days from today?

- A) Monday
- B) Wednesday
- C) Friday
- D) Sunday

**Answer:** B) Wednesday

**12. Question:** In a group of 60 people, 25 are wearing glasses, and 15 are wearing hats. If 10 people are wearing both glasses and hats, how many people are wearing either glasses or hats but not both?

- A) 20
- B) 30
- C) 35
- D) 40

**Answer:** C) 35

**13. Question:** If A is the father of B and B is the mother of C, what is the relationship between A and C?

- A) Grandfather
- B) Father
- C) Uncle
- D) Brother

**Answer:** A) Grandfather

**14. Question:** Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from the statement: “Some cars are not bikes”?

- A) All bikes are cars
- B) Some cars are bikes
- C) No cars are bikes
- D) Some bikes are not cars

**Answer:** D) Some bikes are not cars

**15. Question:** In a family of four, the daughter of the only son of the father’s brother is Rani. How is Rani related to the family’s father?

- A) Niece
- B) Daughter
- C) Cousin
- D) Sister

**Answer:** A) Niece

**16. Question:** If each member of a family of four has exactly two sons and two daughters, how many children are there in the family?

- A) 6
- B) 8
- C) 4
- D) 12

**Answer:** B) 8

**17. Question:** If two pencils cost as much as three pens, and a pen costs $1.50, how much does a pencil cost?

- A) $1.00
- B) $2.00
- C) $0.75
- D) $1.50

**Answer:** C) $0.75

**18. Question:** A person is ranked 10th from the top and 15th from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class?

- A) 24
- B) 25
- C) 26
- D) 27

**Answer:** C) 26

**19. Question:** If “M” is coded as “N”, “A” as “B”, and “T” as “U”, what will be the code for the word “MAT”?

- A) NBU
- B) NBU
- C) NBU
- D) MNB

**Answer:** A) NBU

**20. Question:** A box contains 5 red balls, 3 blue balls, and 2 green balls. What is the probability of drawing a blue ball?

- A) 1/3
- B) 1/5
- C) 1/4
- D) 3/10

**Answer:** D) 3/10

**21. Question:** If it takes 5 men 10 days to complete a task, how many days will it take 10 men to complete the same task?

- A) 5 days
- B) 10 days
- C) 20 days
- D) 15 days

**Answer:** A) 5 days

**22. Question:** If a clock shows the time as 3:00 PM, what is the angle between the hour and the minute hand?

- A) 90 degrees
- B) 180 degrees
- C) 45 degrees
- D) 60 degrees

**Answer:** A) 90 degrees

**23. Question:** In a coding system, if “G” is coded as “I”, “H” as “J”, and “I” as “K”, what is the code for the word “HIGH”?

- A) IJKI
- B) IJJI
- C) IJJJ
- D) IKKI

**Answer:** A) IJKI

**24. Question:** What is the next number in the series: 2, 6, 12, 20, ___?

- A) 30
- B) 28
- C) 32
- D) 24

**Answer:** A) 30

**25. Question:** If the day before yesterday was Monday, what day will it be three days after tomorrow?

- A) Friday
- B) Thursday
- C) Saturday
- D) Sunday

**Answer:** C) Saturday

**26. Question:** A train travels at a speed of 60 km/h and covers a distance of 120 km. How long will it take to reach its destination?

- A) 1 hour
- B) 2 hours
- C) 3 hours
- D) 4 hours

**Answer:** B) 2 hours

**27. Question:** In a family, the mother is twice as old as her daughter. If the daughter is 15 years old, how old is the mother?

- A) 30 years
- B) 25 years
- C) 20 years
- D) 35 years

**Answer:** A) 30 years

**28. Question:** If the ratio of cats to dogs is 3:4 and there are 12 dogs, how many cats are there?

- A) 9
- B) 8
- C) 12
- D) 15

**Answer:** A) 9

**29. Question:** If a book costs $20 and there is a 15% discount, what is the final price of the book?

- A) $17
- B) $18
- C) $19
- D) $15

**Answer:** A) $17

**30. Question:** A group of friends is arranging a party. If each friend brings 3 drinks and there are 10 friends, how many drinks are there in total?

- A) 30
- B) 20
- C) 40
- D) 25

**Answer:** A) 30

**31. Question:** If a person buys 5 apples for $3 each and sells them for $4 each, what is the total profit?

- A) $5
- B) $10
- C) $7
- D) $12

**Answer:** C) $7

**32. Question:** If every student in a class of 40 students has 5 books, how many books are there in total?

- A) 150
- B) 200
- C) 250
- D) 300

**Answer:** B) 200

**33. Question:** In a certain code, “APPLE” is written as “BQQMF”. How is “MANGO” written in the same code?

- A) NOBHP
- B) OBNHP
- C) NBNHP
- D) OBNHQ

**Answer:** B) NOBHP

**34. Question:** If today is Tuesday, what will be the day of the week 50 days from today?

- A) Tuesday
- B) Wednesday
- C) Thursday
- D) Friday

**Answer:** A) Tuesday

**35. Question:** If a car travels 80 km in 1 hour and 20 minutes, what is its average speed in km/h?

- A) 60 km/h
- B) 70 km/h
- C) 50 km/h
- D) 75 km/h

**Answer:** B) 60 km/h

**36. Question:** If a triangle has angles of 45° and 60°, what is the measure of the third angle?

- A) 75°
- B) 90°
- C) 105°
- D) 120°

**Answer:** B) 75°

**37. Question:** In a certain code, “WORK” is written as “XPSL”. How is “PLAY” written in the same code?

- A) QMBZ
- B) QMBX
- C) MBQZ
- D) PMBZ

**Answer:** A) QMBZ

**38. Question:** If the ratio of boys to girls in a class is 2:3 and there are 25 students in total, how many boys are there?

- A) 10
- B) 12
- C) 15
- D) 20

**Answer:** B) 10

**39. Question:** In a class of 30 students, 10 students play football, 12 students play basketball, and 5 students play both. How many students play only football?

- A) 5
- B) 7
- C) 10
- D) 15

**Answer:** B) 5

**40. Question:** If a pattern of numbers follows the sequence: 3, 6, 9, 12, what is the next number in the pattern?

- A) 14
- B) 15
- C) 18
- D) 21

**Answer:** C) 15

**41. Question:** If a man walks 4 km north and then 3 km east, what is the straight-line distance between his starting and ending points?

- A) 5 km
- B) 6 km
- C) 7 km
- D) 8 km

**Answer:** A) 5 km

**42. Question:** In a family, if the grandfather is twice as old as the father, and the father is twice as old as the son, what is the age ratio between the grandfather and the son?

- A) 4:1
- B) 2:1
- C) 3:1
- D) 5:1

**Answer:** A) 4:1

**43. Question:** A man spends 30% of his salary on rent, 20% on food, and 10% on transportation. What percentage of his salary does he save?

- A) 30%
- B) 40%
- C) 50%
- D) 60%

**Answer:** D) 40%

**44. Question:** If the sum of two numbers is 45 and their difference is 15, what are the numbers?

- A) 20 and 25
- B) 25 and 30
- C) 15 and 30
- D) 20 and 35

**Answer:** A) 20 and 25

**45. Question:** If a machine produces 50 units in 4 hours, how many units will it produce in 10 hours?

- A) 100 units
- B) 125 units
- C) 150 units
- D) 200 units

**Answer:** C) 125 units

**46. Question:** A store offers a 10% discount on a product priced at $200. What is the discounted price?

- A) $180
- B) $190
- C) $200
- D) $210

**Answer:** A) $180

**47. Question:** If a person has 50 apples and gives 15 to a friend, what fraction of apples does he give away?

- A) 1/3
- B) 1/4
- C) 2/5
- D) 3/5

**Answer:** C) 3/10

**48. Question:** In a certain code, “FINE” is written as “GJOF”. How is “LOVE” written in the same code?

- A) MPWF
- B) MPWG
- C) MOWF
- D) MWPF

**Answer:** A) MPWF

**49. Question:** If 3x + 2 = 11, what is the value of x?

- A) 2
- B) 3
- C) 4
- D) 5

**Answer:** A) 3

**50. Question:** In a group of 80 people, if 30 are students, 20 are professionals, and 10 are both students and professionals, how many people are neither students nor professionals?

- A) 20
- B) 30
- C) 40
- D) 50

**Answer:** C) 40

**51. Question:** If all cars have wheels and some wheels are flat, can we conclude that some cars are flat?

- A) Yes
- B) No
- C) It cannot be determined
- D) Only some wheels are flat

**Answer:** C) It cannot be determined

**52. Question:** If the sum of the ages of a father and his son is 40 years and the father is 4 times as old as his son, what is the age of the son?

- A) 8 years
- B) 10 years
- C) 12 years
- D) 15 years

**Answer:** B) 10 years

**53. Question:** In a sequence where each term is doubled from the previous term, if the first term is 2, what is the 4th term?

- A) 16
- B) 12
- C) 8
- D) 32

**Answer:** A) 16

**54. Question:** If every bird is an animal and some animals are not mammals, can we conclude that some birds are not mammals?

- A) Yes
- B) No
- C) It cannot be determined
- D) All birds are mammals

**Answer:** C) It cannot be determined

**55. Question:** A man is 3 times as old as his son. In 5 years, the man will be 2 times as old as his son. How old is the son now?

- A) 10 years
- B) 15 years
- C) 20 years
- D) 25 years

**Answer:** A) 10 years

**56. Question:** If all squares are rectangles and some rectangles are not circles, which of the following statements is true?

- A) All squares are circles
- B) Some squares are not circles
- C) No squares are rectangles
- D) All rectangles are squares

**Answer:** B) Some squares are not circles

**57. Question:** In a group of 40 people, 15 like apples, 20 like oranges, and 10 like both. How many people like only apples?

- A) 5
- B) 10
- C) 15
- D) 20

**Answer:** B) 5

**58. Question:** If a car travels at a speed of 80 km/h, how far will it travel in 3 hours?

- A) 240 km
- B) 260 km
- C) 200 km
- D) 180 km

**Answer:** A) 240 km

**59. Question:** If the product of two numbers is 56 and one number is 7, what is the other number?

- A) 8
- B) 9
- C) 7
- D) 6

**Answer:** A) 8

**60. Question:** In a certain code, “JUMP” is written as “KVNQ”. How is “HIGH” written in the same code?

- A) IJKZ
- B) JIKJ
- C) IJKJ
- D) IJLJ

**Answer:** A) IJKZ

**61. Question:** If 4 pens cost as much as 3 notebooks and 2 notebooks cost $12, how much does one pen cost?

- A) $8
- B) $6
- C) $9
- D) $10

**Answer:** B) $6

**62. Question:** A person is ranked 8th from the top and 12th from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class?

- A) 18
- B) 19
- C) 20
- D) 21

**Answer:** C) 19

**63. Question:** If the ratio of the number of red balls to blue balls is 5:7 and there are 35 blue balls, how many red balls are there?

- A) 25
- B) 20
- C) 30
- D) 15

**Answer:** B) 25

**64. Question:** In a sequence where each term is increased by 4 from the previous term, if the first term is 5, what is the 5th term?

- A) 21
- B) 25
- C) 29
- D) 17

**Answer:** A) 21

**65. Question:** A book is marked at $80. If there is a discount of 20%, what is the selling price?

- A) $60
- B) $64
- C) $70
- D) $72

**Answer:** D) $64

**66. Question:** If all mammals are animals and some animals are not cats, can we conclude that some mammals are not cats?

- A) Yes
- B) No
- C) It cannot be determined
- D) All mammals are cats

**Answer:** A) Yes

**67. Question:** A man walks 5 km south and then 12 km east. What is the straight-line distance from his starting point?

- A) 13 km
- B) 15 km
- C) 17 km
- D) 10 km

**Answer:** A) 13 km

**68. Question:** If a sequence of numbers follows the pattern: 5, 11, 17, 23, what is the next number?

- A) 29
- B) 31
- C) 25
- D) 27

**Answer:** A) 29

**69. Question:** If a triangle has angles of 50° and 60°, what is the measure of the third angle?

- A) 70°
- B) 90°
- C) 80°
- D) 100°

**Answer:** C) 70°

**70. Question:** In a certain code, “LAMP” is written as “NBMQ”. How is “TONE” written in the same code?

- A) UPJF
- B) UPNF
- C) UPGF
- D) UQOF

**Answer:** A) UPJF

**71. Question:** If a box contains 6 red balls, 4 blue balls, and 5 green balls, what is the probability of drawing a green ball?

- A) 5/15
- B) 5/14
- C) 5/12
- D) 5/16

**Answer:** C) 5/15

**72. Question:** If the total cost of 7 books is $84, what is the cost of one book?

- A) $10
- B) $12
- C) $14
- D) $16

**Answer:** C) $12

**73. Question:** A person is ranked 15th from the top and 20th from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class?

- A) 34
- B) 35
- C) 36
- D) 37

**Answer:** B) 34

**74. Question:** If the product of three numbers is 240 and two of the numbers are 4 and 5, what is the third number?

- A) 10
- B) 12
- C) 15
- D) 20

**Answer:** B) 12

**75. Question:** In a family, the mother is twice as old as her daughter. If the mother is 36 years old, how old is the daughter?

- A) 12 years
- B) 15 years
- C) 18 years
- D) 20 years

**Answer:** C) 18 years

**76. Question:** If the ratio of boys to girls in a class is 3:4 and there are 28 students, how many boys are there?

- A) 12
- B) 14
- C) 16
- D) 18

**Answer:** B) 12

**77. Question:** A shop offers a 25% discount on a $120 item. What is the discount amount?

- A) $25
- B) $30
- C) $35
- D) $40

**Answer:** B) $30

**78. Question:** In a certain code, “BEAN” is written as “CFBO”. How is “GRAIN” written in the same code?

- A) HSBJO
- B) HSBJO
- C) HSBJP
- D) HTBJO

**Answer:** A) HSBJO

**79. Question:** If a class of 60 students is divided into groups of 5, how many groups are there?

- A) 10
- B) 12
- C) 15
- D) 20

**Answer:** B) 12

**80. Question:** A person reads 20 pages of a book every day. How many pages will he read in 2 weeks?

- A) 280
- B) 300
- C) 320
- D) 340

**Answer:** A) 280

**81. Question:** If the total weight of 8 boxes is 96 kg, what is the weight of one box?

- A) 10 kg
- B) 12 kg
- C) 14 kg
- D) 16 kg

**Answer:** B) 12 kg

**82. Question:** In a sequence where each term is decreased by 3 from the previous term, if the first term is 15, what is the 6th term?

- A) 0
- B) 3
- C) 6
- D) -3

**Answer:** B) 3

**83. Question:** A car travels at a speed of 50 km/h. How long will it take to travel 150 km?

- A) 2 hours
- B) 2.5 hours
- C) 3 hours
- D) 3.5 hours

**Answer:** C) 3 hours

**84. Question:** If the difference between two numbers is 18 and their sum is 72, what are the numbers?

- A) 30 and 42
- B) 24 and 48
- C) 36 and 54
- D) 27 and 45

**Answer:** A) 30 and 42

**85. Question:** A number is increased by 25% to give 60. What is the original number?

- A) 48
- B) 45
- C) 50
- D) 55

**Answer:** B) 48

**86. Question:** If 5 pencils cost $3, how much would 15 pencils cost?

- A) $6
- B) $9
- C) $12
- D) $15

**Answer:** C) $9

**87. Question:** A man spends 25% of his salary on rent and 15% on groceries. What percentage of his salary is left?

- A) 60%
- B) 50%
- C) 55%
- D) 65%

**Answer:** D) 60%

**88. Question:** If a boat travels 120 km in 4 hours, what is its average speed?

- A) 25 km/h
- B) 30 km/h
- C) 35 km/h
- D) 40 km/h

**Answer:** B) 30 km/h

**89. Question:** If a man is 4 times as old as his son and their ages add up to 60 years, what is the son’s age?

- A) 12 years
- B) 15 years
- C) 20 years
- D) 24 years

**Answer:** C) 12 years

**90. Question:** A pattern of numbers is as follows: 2, 4, 8, 16. What is the next number in the pattern?

- A) 32
- B) 24
- C) 30
- D) 28

**Answer:** A) 32

**91. Question:** If a person walks 3 km north and then 4 km west, what is the straight-line distance from the starting point?

- A) 5 km
- B) 6 km
- C) 7 km
- D) 8 km

**Answer:** A) 5 km

**92. Question:** In a certain code, “GLOVE” is written as “HPWOF”. How is “SHOE” written in the same code?

- A) TIPF
- B) TIPO
- C) TJPB
- D) TJOF

**Answer:** A) TIPF

**93. Question:** If 3 pens cost as much as 2 notebooks and 1 notebook costs $8, what is the cost of 1 pen?

- A) $6
- B) $5
- C) $4
- D) $3

**Answer:** A) $6

**94. Question:** A man is 5 times as old as his son. If the son is 8 years old, what is the man’s age?

- A) 40 years
- B) 35 years
- C) 45 years
- D) 30 years

**Answer:** A) 40 years

**95. Question:** In a group of 50 people, 20 like soccer, 15 like basketball, and 10 like both. How many people like neither soccer nor basketball?

- A) 15
- B) 25
- C) 30
- D) 35

**Answer:** B) 25

**96. Question:** If the sum of three numbers is 75 and the first number is 10 more than the second number and 15 less than the third number, what is the value of the second number?

- A) 20
- B) 25
- C) 30
- D) 35

**Answer:** B) 25

**97. Question:** A shop sells 3 apples for $2. How much will 12 apples cost?

- A) $4
- B) $6
- C) $8
- D) $10

**Answer:** C) $8

**98. Question:** If the area of a square is 64 square units, what is the length of each side?

- A) 8 units
- B) 10 units
- C) 6 units
- D) 12 units

**Answer:** A) 8 units

**99. Question:** If a train travels at 60 km/h, how long will it take to travel 180 km?

- A) 2 hours
- B) 3 hours
- C) 4 hours
- D) 5 hours

**Answer:** B) 3 hours

**100. Question:** A number increased by 20% is equal to 48. What is the original number?

- A) 40
- B) 45
- C) 50
- D) 55

**Answer:** A) 40

**101. Question:** A man is 3 times as old as his son. In 10 years, he will be twice as old as his son. How old is the son now?

- A) 10 years
- B) 15 years
- C) 20 years
- D) 25 years

**Answer:** B) 15 years

**102. Question:** If a number is increased by 25% and then decreased by 20%, the final number is 36. What was the original number?

- A) 40
- B) 45
- C) 50
- D) 60

**Answer:** B) 45

**103. Question:** In a class of 50 students, 30 students like football, 20 like cricket, and 10 like both. How many students like only cricket?

- A) 10
- B) 20
- C) 30
- D) 40

**Answer:** A) 10

**104. Question:** If a train travels 120 km in 2 hours, what is its speed in km/h?

- A) 50 km/h
- B) 60 km/h
- C) 70 km/h
- D) 80 km/h

**Answer:** B) 60 km/h

**105. Question:** In a sequence of numbers where each term is multiplied by 3 from the previous term, if the first term is 2, what is the 4th term?

- A) 54
- B) 48
- C) 36
- D) 24

**Answer:** A) 54

**106. Question:** If the cost of 5 books is $30, what is the cost of 7 books?

- A) $42
- B) $45
- C) $48
- D) $50

**Answer:** A) $42

**107. Question:** A person is ranked 12th from the top and 14th from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class?

- A) 25
- B) 26
- C) 27
- D) 28

**Answer:** C) 27

**108. Question:** If a rectangular garden has a length of 15 meters and a width of 10 meters, what is its area?

- A) 100 square meters
- B) 150 square meters
- C) 200 square meters
- D) 250 square meters

**Answer:** B) 150 square meters

**109. Question:** In a certain code, “TABLE” is written as “UCFMG”. How is “CHAIR” written in the same code?

- A) DIBJS
- B) DJBJS
- C) DIBJR
- D) DIBJT

**Answer:** A) DIBJS

**110. Question:** If the perimeter of a square is 40 cm, what is the length of one side?

- A) 8 cm
- B) 10 cm
- C) 12 cm
- D) 15 cm

**Answer:** B) 10 cm

**111. Question:** A family consists of 4 members. The average age of the family members is 20 years. What is the total age of the family members?

- A) 60 years
- B) 80 years
- C) 100 years
- D) 120 years

**Answer:** A) 80 years

**112. Question:** If the product of two numbers is 54 and one number is 6, what is the other number?

- A) 7
- B) 8
- C) 9
- D) 10

**Answer:** C) 9

**113. Question:** If every rectangle is a shape and some shapes are not circles, can we conclude that some rectangles are not circles?

- A) Yes
- B) No
- C) It cannot be determined
- D) All rectangles are circles

**Answer:** C) It cannot be determined

**114. Question:** A man buys 8 apples for $5. How much would 12 apples cost?

- A) $7.50
- B) $8.00
- C) $10.00
- D) $12.00

**Answer:** C) $7.50

**115. Question:** If the sum of the angles in a polygon is 360 degrees, how many sides does the polygon have?

- A) 3
- B) 4
- C) 5
- D) 6

**Answer:** B) 4

**116. Question:** If the area of a rectangle is 72 square units and the length is 9 units, what is the width?

- A) 6 units
- B) 8 units
- C) 10 units
- D) 12 units

**Answer:** A) 8 units

**117. Question:** If the ratio of cats to dogs is 2:3 and there are 12 cats, how many dogs are there?

- A) 15
- B) 18
- C) 20
- D) 25

**Answer:** B) 18

**118. Question:** In a sequence where each term is increased by 5 from the previous term, if the first term is 7, what is the 6th term?

- A) 32
- B) 37
- C) 42
- D) 47

**Answer:** A) 32

**119. Question:** A book originally costs $40. If there is a 10% discount, what is the discount amount?

- A) $4
- B) $8
- C) $10
- D) $12

**Answer:** B) $4

**120. Question:** If the difference between two numbers is 14 and their sum is 60, what are the numbers?

- A) 22 and 38
- B) 24 and 36
- C) 26 and 34
- D) 28 and 32

**Answer:** A) 22 and 38

**121. Question:** A pattern of numbers is as follows: 1, 4, 9, 16. What is the next number in the pattern?

- A) 20
- B) 24
- C) 25
- D) 30

**Answer:** C) 25

**122. Question:** If a number decreased by 30% is 56, what is the original number?

- A) 70
- B) 80
- C) 90
- D) 100

**Answer:** A) 80

**123. Question:** A man walks 6 km north and then 8 km east. What is the straight-line distance from his starting point?

- A) 10 km
- B) 12 km
- C) 14 km
- D) 16 km

**Answer:** A) 10 km

**124. Question:** In a certain code, “CAR” is written as “DBS”. How is “BUS” written in the same code?

- A) CVT
- B) DVT
- C) DWS
- D) DVT

**Answer:** D) DVT

**125. Question:** If the ratio of apples to oranges is 3:5 and there are 20 oranges, how many apples are there?

- A) 12
- B) 15
- C) 18
- D) 24

**Answer:** A) 12

**126. Question:** If a number is divided by 8, the remainder is 5. What will be the remainder if the same number is divided by 4?

- A) 1
- B) 2
- C) 3
- D) 5

**Answer:** B) 1

**127. Question:** A rectangular park has a length of 50 meters and a width of 30 meters. What is the perimeter of the park?

- A) 160 meters
- B) 180 meters
- C) 200 meters
- D) 220 meters

**Answer:** A) 160 meters

**128. Question:** If the total cost of 4 pencils is $2 and 5 notebooks is $8, what is the cost of one pencil?

- A) $0.50
- B) $0.40
- C) $0.60
- D) $0.80

**Answer:** B) $0.40

**129. Question:** If the sum of three consecutive even numbers is 48, what is the middle number?

- A) 14
- B) 16
- C) 18
- D) 20

**Answer:** B) 16

**130. Question:** A man travels 120 km in 3 hours. What is his average speed in km/h?

- A) 30 km/h
- B) 35 km/h
- C) 40 km/h
- D) 45 km/h

**Answer:** C) 40 km/h

**131. Question:** If a store offers a discount of 15% on an item priced at $200, what is the discounted price?

- A) $170
- B) $180
- C) $190
- D) $200

**Answer:** A) $170

**132. Question:** If the area of a circle is 49π square units, what is the radius of the circle?

- A) 5 units
- B) 6 units
- C) 7 units
- D) 8 units

**Answer:** C) 7 units

**133. Question:** In a sequence where each term is divided by 2 from the previous term, if the first term is 32, what is the 4th term?

- A) 4
- B) 8
- C) 16
- D) 24

**Answer:** B) 8

**134. Question:** If a man’s salary increases by 20% and then decreases by 15%, his final salary is $1,032. What was his original salary?

- A) $1,100
- B) $1,200
- C) $1,250
- D) $1,300

**Answer:** B) $1,200

**135. Question:** If the cost of 7 apples is $5, what is the cost of 21 apples?

- A) $10
- B) $15
- C) $20
- D) $25

**Answer:** B) $15

**136. Question:** In a certain code, “HELLO” is written as “IFMMP”. How is “WORLD” written in the same code?

- A) XPSME
- B) XPSMF
- C) YQMSF
- D) YRNSE

**Answer:** C) XPSME

**137. Question:** A man is 5 years older than his brother. In 5 years, the sum of their ages will be 40 years. What are their current ages?

- A) 15 and 20
- B) 17 and 22
- C) 18 and 23
- D) 20 and 25

**Answer:** B) 17 and 22

**138. Question:** If a class has 30 students and 12 are girls, what percentage of the class are boys?

- A) 40%
- B) 50%
- C) 60%
- D) 70%

**Answer:** C) 60%

**139. Question:** If a number is multiplied by 3 and then decreased by 6, the result is 27. What is the number?

- A) 9
- B) 10
- C) 11
- D) 12

**Answer:** A) 11

**140. Question:** If the sum of two numbers is 90 and one number is 15 more than the other, what are the numbers?

- A) 30 and 60
- B) 35 and 55
- C) 40 and 50
- D) 45 and 55

**Answer:** B) 35 and 55

**141. Question:** A man walks 3 km north and then 4 km east. What is the straight-line distance from his starting point?

- A) 5 km
- B) 6 km
- C) 7 km
- D) 8 km

**Answer:** A) 5 km

**142. Question:** If a rectangular garden has a length of 30 meters and a width of 20 meters, what is the area?

- A) 500 square meters
- B) 600 square meters
- C) 700 square meters
- D) 800 square meters

**Answer:** B) 600 square meters

**143. Question:** In a certain code, “GLOVE” is written as “HPWOF”. How is “SHOE” written in the same code?

- A) TIPF
- B) TIPO
- C) TJPB
- D) TJOF

**Answer:** A) TIPF

**144. Question:** If a person is 4 times as old as his son and their ages add up to 60 years, what is the son’s age?

- A) 12 years
- B) 15 years
- C) 20 years
- D) 24 years

**Answer:** C) 12 years

**145. Question:** In a certain code, “GLOVE” is written as “HPWOF”. How is “SHOE” written in the same code?

- A) TIPF
- B) TIPO
- C) TJPB
- D) TJOF

**Answer:** A) TIPF

**146. Question:** If the product of two numbers is 144 and one number is 12, what is the other number?

- A) 10
- B) 12
- C) 14
- D) 16

**Answer:** D) 12

**147. Question:** If the sum of the ages of 5 people is 175 years, what is the average age of one person?

- A) 30 years
- B) 32 years
- C) 34 years
- D) 35 years

**Answer:** B) 35 years

**148. Question:** In a certain code, “BELOW” is written as “CFMPX”. How is “CLOWN” written in the same code?

- A) DMPXO
- B) CMMPX
- C) DMPXO
- D) DMPXM

**Answer:** A) DMPXO

**149. Question:** If a person has 20% more money than another person and their combined money is $240, how much money does the second person have?

- A) $100
- B) $120
- C) $150
- D) $160

**Answer:** B) $120

**150. Question:** If a car travels 150 km in 3 hours, what is its speed in km/h?

- A) 45 km/h
- B) 50 km/h
- C) 55 km/h
- D) 60 km/h

**Answer:** D) 50 km/h

**151. Question:** If the ratio of boys to girls in a class is 4:5 and there are 36 boys, how many girls are there?

- A) 45
- B) 50
- C) 54
- D) 60

**Answer:** C) 45

**152. Question:** A number increased by 40% is 84. What is the original number?

- A) 60
- B) 70
- C) 75
- D) 80

**Answer:** B) 60

**153. Question:** If 7 pens cost $14, how much would 25 pens cost?

- A) $35
- B) $50
- C) $60
- D) $70

**Answer:** C) $50

**154. Question:** A person reads 30 pages of a book every day. How many pages will he read in 5 weeks?

- A) 1050
- B) 1500
- C) 1800
- D) 2100

**Answer:** C) 2100

**155. Question:** If a car travels 200 km in 5 hours, what is its speed in km/h?

- A) 35 km/h
- B) 40 km/h
- C) 45 km/h
- D) 50 km/h

**Answer:** B) 40 km/h

**156. Question:** In a class of 40 students, 16 students like music, 12 students like sports, and 8 students like both. How many students like neither music nor sports?

- A) 4
- B) 8
- C) 12
- D) 16

**Answer:** A) 4

**157. Question:** A book is originally priced at $60. If there is a 25% discount, what is the discounted price?

- A) $45
- B) $50
- C) $55
- D) $60

**Answer:** A) $45

**158. Question:** A man buys 15 pens for $12. How much will 25 pens cost?

- A) $18
- B) $20
- C) $24
- D) $30

**Answer:** C) $20

**159. Question:** In a certain code, “MAGIC” is written as “NBJDJ”. How is “STARS” written in the same code?

- A) TUBST
- B) TBUBT
- C) TBUBT
- D) TBUBT

**Answer:** B) TUBST

**160. Question:** If the cost of 8 apples is $12, what is the cost of 20 apples?

- A) $30
- B) $25
- C) $20
- D) $18

**Answer:** A) $30

**161. Question:** If the sum of the ages of two people is 72 years and one person is 12 years older than the other, what are their ages?

- A) 30 and 42
- B) 32 and 40
- C) 34 and 38
- D) 36 and 36

**Answer:** B) 32 and 40

**162. Question:** If a number is multiplied by 4 and then increased by 8, the result is 44. What is the number?

- A) 8
- B) 9
- C) 10
- D) 11

**Answer:** B) 9

**163. Question:** A box contains 10 red, 15 blue, and 20 green balls. What is the probability of randomly picking a blue ball?

- A) 1/2
- B) 1/4
- C) 3/10
- D) 1/5

**Answer:** C) 3/10

**164. Question:** If a rectangle has a length of 12 meters and a width of 8 meters, what is its area?

- A) 80 square meters
- B) 96 square meters
- C) 100 square meters
- D) 120 square meters

**Answer:** B) 96 square meters

**165. Question:** A man travels 80 km in 2 hours and 40 km in 1 hour. What is his average speed?

- A) 25 km/h
- B) 30 km/h
- C) 35 km/h
- D) 40 km/h

**Answer:** B) 30 km/h

**166. Question:** If the ratio of the length to the width of a rectangle is 5:3 and the width is 6 meters, what is the length?

- A) 8 meters
- B) 9 meters
- C) 10 meters
- D) 12 meters

**Answer:** D) 10 meters

**167. Question:** If a car’s value depreciates by 10% each year and its initial value is $20,000, what will be its value after 2 years?

- A) $14,400
- B) $16,200
- C) $18,000
- D) $18,800

**Answer:** B) $16,200

**168. Question:** If 5 pens cost $8, what is the cost of 12 pens?

- A) $15.20
- B) $18.00
- C) $19.20
- D) $20.00

**Answer:** C) $19.20

**169. Question:** If a number is decreased by 25% and the result is 45, what is the original number?

- A) 50
- B) 55
- C) 60
- D) 65

**Answer:** C) 60

**170. Question:** A shop sells 8 chocolates for $5. How much would 20 chocolates cost?

- A) $10
- B) $12.50
- C) $15
- D) $20

**Answer:** C) $12.50

**171. Question:** If a book originally costs $40 and is sold at a 10% discount, what is the sale price?

- A) $36
- B) $38
- C) $40
- D) $42

**Answer:** A) $36

**172. Question:** If the total cost of 5 items is $60, what is the cost of 7 items?

- A) $72
- B) $84
- C) $90
- D) $96

**Answer:** B) $84

**173. Question:** If 4 workers can complete a task in 6 days, how many days will it take for 6 workers to complete the same task?

- A) 4 days
- B) 5 days
- C) 6 days
- D) 8 days

**Answer:** B) 4 days

**174. Question:** In a code, “SHINE” is written as “TIFOF”. How is “BRIGHT” written in the same code?

- A) CSJHIU
- B) CSJHIW
- C) DJUJX
- D) DJUJY

**Answer:** A) CSJHIU

**175. Question:** If a sequence starts with 2 and each term is multiplied by 2 to get the next term, what is the 5th term?

- A) 16
- B) 18
- C) 20
- D) 24

**Answer:** A) 16

**176. Question:** If the total cost of 8 pens is $24, what is the cost of 15 pens?

- A) $45
- B) $50
- C) $55
- D) $60

**Answer:** A) $45

**177. Question:** A person’s salary is increased by 25% and then decreased by 20%. If the final salary is $1,200, what was the original salary?

- A) $1,250
- B) $1,300
- C) $1,500
- D) $1,600

**Answer:** A) $1,250

**178. Question:** If a man’s age is 4 years more than his brother’s age, and their combined age is 44 years, what are their ages?

- A) 20 and 24
- B) 22 and 26
- C) 24 and 28
- D) 26 and 30

**Answer:** B) 22 and 26

**179. Question:** If the length of a rectangle is twice its width and the perimeter is 60 meters, what is the width?

- A) 10 meters
- B) 12 meters
- C) 15 meters
- D) 18 meters

**Answer:** B) 12 meters

**180. Question:** If the cost of 3 books is $18, what is the cost of 7 books?

- A) $35
- B) $40
- C) $42
- D) $45

**Answer:** C) $42

**181. Question:** If a number is multiplied by 6 and then decreased by 5, the result is 31. What is the number?

- A) 6
- B) 7
- C) 8
- D) 9

**Answer:** B) 6

**182. Question:** If a triangle has angles of 40 degrees and 60 degrees, what is the measure of the third angle?

- A) 70 degrees
- B) 80 degrees
- C) 90 degrees
- D) 100 degrees

**Answer:** B) 80 degrees

**183. Question:** In a certain code, “RIGHT” is written as “SJHUI”. How is “LEFT” written in the same code?

- A) MGQJ
- B) MGHQ
- C) MGQI
- D) MHQJ

**Answer:** A) MGQJ

**184. Question:** If a car travels 240 km in 4 hours, what is its speed in km/h?

- A) 50 km/h
- B) 55 km/h
- C) 60 km/h
- D) 65 km/h

**Answer:** C) 60 km/h

**185. Question:** A man’s salary increased from $1,500 to $1,800. What is the percentage increase in his salary?

- A) 10%
- B) 15%
- C) 20%
- D) 25%

**Answer:** C) 20%

**186. Question:** If 5 apples cost $10, what is the cost of 12 apples?

- A) $22
- B) $24
- C) $26
- D) $30

**Answer:** B) $24

**187. Question:** A rectangular field has a length of 50 meters and a width of 30 meters. What is its area?

- A) 1,200 square meters
- B) 1,500 square meters
- C) 1,800 square meters
- D) 2,000 square meters

**Answer:** B) 1,500 square meters

**188. Question:** If the sum of three consecutive numbers is 96, what is the middle number?

- A) 31
- B) 32
- C) 33
- D) 34

**Answer:** B) 32

**189. Question:** If a number is decreased by 20% and then increased by 25%, the final result is 96. What was the original number?

- A) 100
- B) 110
- C) 120
- D) 130

**Answer:** A) 100

**190. Question:** A man travels 60 km in 1.5 hours. What is his average speed in km/h?

- A) 35 km/h
- B) 40 km/h
- C) 45 km/h
- D) 50 km/h

**Answer:** B) 40 km/h

**191. Question:** If the sum of the squares of two numbers is 160 and one number is 8, what is the other number?

- A) 10
- B) 12
- C) 14
- D) 16

**Answer:** B) 12

**192. Question:** If a book is sold at a 20% discount and the selling price is $24, what was the original price?

- A) $28
- B) $30
- C) $32
- D) $36

**Answer:** A) $30

**193. Question:** A man has 12 red, 15 blue, and 18 green balls. What is the probability of picking a red ball?

- A) 1/3
- B) 1/4
- C) 2/5
- D) 1/5

**Answer:** A) 1/3

**194. Question:** If the sum of the ages of 3 people is 81 years and their ages are in the ratio 3:4:5, what are their ages?

- A) 18, 24, and 39
- B) 24, 32, and 45
- C) 27, 36, and 48
- D) 30, 40, and 51

**Answer:** A) 18, 24, and 39

**195. Question:** A rectangle has a length of 10 meters and a width of 6 meters. What is the perimeter?

- A) 32 meters
- B) 34 meters
- C) 36 meters
- D) 40 meters

**Answer:** C) 32 meters

**196. Question:** In a certain code, “TABLE” is written as “UBMCF”. How is “CHAIR” written in the same code?

- A) DIBJS
- B) DIBJT
- C) DJBSJ
- D) DJCSJ

**Answer:** A) DIBJS

**197. Question:** If 4 machines can produce 80 units in 5 hours, how many machines are required to produce 200 units in 8 hours?

- A) 5
- B) 6
- C) 8
- D) 10

**Answer:** C) 8

**198. Question:** A number is increased by 20% and then decreased by 10%. If the final result is 108, what was the original number?

- A) 120
- B) 125
- C) 130
- D) 150

**Answer:** B) 120

**199. Question:** If a clock shows 3:00 PM, what is the angle between the hour and the minute hands?

- A) 60 degrees
- B) 90 degrees
- C) 120 degrees
- D) 150 degrees

**Answer:** B) 90 degrees

**200. Question:** In a class of 30 students, 12 students are boys. What is the percentage of girls in the class?

- A) 30%
- B) 40%
- C) 50%
- D) 60%

**Answer:** D) 60%

**201. Question:** If the perimeter of a square is 36 meters, what is the area of the square?

- A) 72 square meters
- B) 80 square meters
- C) 90 square meters
- D) 100 square meters

**Answer:** D) 81 square meters

**202. Question:** If a bag contains 4 red, 6 blue, and 10 green marbles, what is the probability of picking a green marble?

- A) 1/2
- B) 1/4
- C) 1/3
- D) 1/5

**Answer:** A) 1/2

**203. Question:** A man is 4 times as old as his son. In 10 years, he will be twice as old as his son. How old is the son now?

- A) 10 years
- B) 12 years
- C) 15 years
- D) 20 years

**Answer:** B) 10 years

**204. Question:** If a man walks 5 km in 1 hour, what distance will he cover in 4 hours at the same speed?

- A) 15 km
- B) 20 km
- C) 25 km
- D) 30 km

**Answer:** B) 20 km

**205. Question:** If the average of 5 numbers is 24, what is the sum of these numbers?

- A) 100
- B) 120
- C) 130
- D) 150

**Answer:** B) 120

**206. Question:** If the cost of 7 books is $56, what is the cost of 15 books?

- A) $100
- B) $120
- C) $130
- D) $150

**Answer:** B) $120

**207. Question:** If 3 workers can complete a task in 8 days, how many days will it take for 6 workers to complete the same task?

- A) 4 days
- B) 6 days
- C) 8 days
- D) 12 days

**Answer:** A) 4 days

**208. Question:** In a certain code, “HELLO” is written as “IFMMP”. How is “WORLD” written in the same code?

- A) XPSME
- B) XPSNF
- C) XQSMF
- D) XPTNF

**Answer:** A) XPSME

**209. Question:** A car’s value depreciates by 15% annually. If its initial value is $25,000, what will be its value after 2 years?

- A) $17,875
- B) $18,875
- C) $20,375
- D) $21,250

**Answer:** A) $17,875

**210. Question:** If a person’s weight is reduced by 20% and the new weight is 72 kg, what was the original weight?

- A) 80 kg
- B) 90 kg
- C) 96 kg
- D) 100 kg

**Answer:** A) 90 kg

**211. Question:** If the average of 10 numbers is 15, what is their total sum?

- A) 135
- B) 150
- C) 160
- D) 170

**Answer:** B) 150

**212. Question:** A triangle has two angles measuring 50 degrees and 60 degrees. What is the measure of the third angle?

- A) 60 degrees
- B) 70 degrees
- C) 80 degrees
- D) 90 degrees

**Answer:** C) 70 degrees

**213. Question:** If 5 friends equally share 60 apples, how many apples does each friend get?

- A) 10 apples
- B) 12 apples
- C) 15 apples
- D) 18 apples

**Answer:** B) 12 apples

**214. Question:** A man spends 25% of his salary on rent and 15% on groceries. If he has $2000 left after these expenses, what is his total salary?

- A) $4000
- B) $4500
- C) $5000
- D) $6000

**Answer:** C) $5000

**215. Question:** If a book is sold at a 10% discount and the selling price is $18, what was the original price?

- A) $20
- B) $22
- C) $24
- D) $26

**Answer:** A) $20

**216. Question:** If the cost of 4 oranges is $8, what is the cost of 10 oranges?

- A) $18
- B) $20
- C) $22
- D) $25

**Answer:** B) $20

**217. Question:** If a person scores 70% on a test and the total score is 150, what is the person’s score?

- A) 90
- B) 100
- C) 105
- D) 110

**Answer:** C) 105

**218. Question:** If the perimeter of a square is 40 meters, what is its area?

- A) 100 square meters
- B) 120 square meters
- C) 150 square meters
- D) 160 square meters

**Answer:** A) 100 square meters

**219. Question:** A car travels 300 km in 5 hours. What is its speed in km/h?

- A) 50 km/h
- B) 55 km/h
- C) 60 km/h
- D) 65 km/h

**Answer:** C) 60 km/h

**220. Question:** If a man’s age is twice his son’s age and the sum of their ages is 60, what is the age of the son?

- A) 15 years
- B) 20 years
- C) 25 years
- D) 30 years

**Answer:** B) 20 years

**221. Question:** In a class of 40 students, 15 are girls. What fraction of the class is boys?

- A) 3/8
- B) 5/8
- C) 3/5
- D) 1/2

**Answer:** B) 5/8

**222. Question:** If a box contains 12 red, 8 blue, and 10 green balls, what is the probability of picking a blue ball?

- A) 1/4
- B) 1/5
- C) 2/5
- D) 3/5

**Answer:** A) 1/4

**223. Question:** If the sum of the squares of two numbers is 125 and one number is 7, what is the other number?

- A) 10
- B) 12
- C) 15
- D) 17

**Answer:** A) 10

**224. Question:** If a sequence starts with 3 and each term is increased by 4 to get the next term, what is the 6th term?

- A) 19
- B) 21
- C) 23
- D) 25

**Answer:** B) 23

**225. Question:** A man buys 5 books for $60. What is the cost of 12 books at the same rate?

- A) $120
- B) $130
- C) $140
- D) $150

**Answer:** A) $144

**226. Question:** If a train travels at 80 km/h and takes 3 hours to reach its destination, what is the distance traveled?

- A) 200 km
- B) 240 km
- C) 260 km
- D) 300 km

**Answer:** B) 240 km

**227. Question:** If a person can do a job in 12 days, how many days will 6 people take to complete the same job, assuming all work at the same rate?

- A) 2 days
- B) 4 days
- C) 6 days
- D) 8 days

**Answer:** C) 2 days

**228. Question:** A person has 18 apples and gives 5 apples to each of his friends. How many friends does he have?

- A) 2
- B) 3
- C) 4
- D) 5

**Answer:** C) 3

**229. Question:** A rectangle has a length of 15 meters and a width of 8 meters. What is the area of the rectangle?

- A) 110 square meters
- B) 120 square meters
- C) 130 square meters
- D) 140 square meters

**Answer:** B) 120 square meters

**230. Question:** If the average of 6 numbers is 25, what is their total sum?

- A) 125
- B) 150
- C) 175
- D) 200

**Answer:** B) 150

**231. Question:** In a certain code, “MANGO” is written as “NBOPH”. How is “GRAPE” written in the same code?

- A) HSBFQ
- B) HSBFS
- C) HRCQF
- D) HRCPE

**Answer:** A) HSBFQ

**232. Question:** If the ratio of boys to girls in a class is 4:5 and there are 36 students in total, how many girls are there?

- A) 20
- B) 22
- C) 24
- D) 26

**Answer:** C) 20

**233. Question:** If a recipe requires 3/4 cup of sugar for 2 cakes, how much sugar is needed for 5 cakes?

- A) 1 cup
- B) 1 1/4 cups
- C) 1 1/2 cups
- D) 2 cups

**Answer:** C) 1 1/2 cups

**234. Question:** A man saves 20% of his monthly salary and spends the rest. If his monthly savings are $500, what is his monthly salary?

- A) $2000
- B) $2500
- C) $3000
- D) $3500

**Answer:** B) $2500

**235. Question:** If a man travels 45 km in 1 hour 30 minutes, what is his average speed in km/h?

- A) 25 km/h
- B) 30 km/h
- C) 35 km/h
- D) 40 km/h

**Answer:** B) 30 km/h

**236. Question:** A car travels at a speed of 60 km/h for 2 hours. How far does it travel?

- A) 100 km
- B) 110 km
- C) 120 km
- D) 130 km

**Answer:** C) 120 km

**237. Question:** If a man’s age is twice the age of his son and in 5 years, he will be three times the age of his son, what is the present age of the son?

- A) 5 years
- B) 7 years
- C) 10 years
- D) 15 years

**Answer:** C) 10 years

**238. Question:** If 6 workers can complete a task in 10 days, how many days will it take for 15 workers to complete the same task?

- A) 2 days
- B) 4 days
- C) 6 days
- D) 8 days

**Answer:** B) 4 days

**239. Question:** In a certain code, “RUBY” is written as “SVCZ”. How is “GOLD” written in the same code?

- A) HPME
- B) HPME
- C) HPNE
- D) HQNF

**Answer:** D) HPNE

**240. Question:** If a triangle has sides of length 5 cm, 12 cm, and 13 cm, what type of triangle is it?

- A) Equilateral
- B) Isosceles
- C) Right-angled
- D) Scalene

**Answer:** C) Right-angled

**241. Question:** In a certain code, “CAT” is coded as “DBU”. How is “DOG” coded in the same language?

- A) EPJ
- B) EQH
- C) DPH
- D) DQH

**Answer:** A) EPJ

**242. Question:** If a rectangular field has a length of 50 meters and a width of 30 meters, what is its perimeter?

- A) 160 meters
- B) 140 meters
- C) 180 meters
- D) 200 meters

**Answer:** A) 160 meters

**243. Question:** If the sum of three consecutive numbers is 36, what is the middle number?

- A) 10
- B) 11
- C) 12
- D) 13

**Answer:** C) 12

**244. Question:** A shopkeeper sells a product at a 20% discount and the selling price is $80. What was the original price?

- A) $90
- B) $100
- C) $110
- D) $120

**Answer:** B) $100

**245. Question:** If a sum of money is divided among A, B, and C in the ratio 2:3:4, and C receives $400, how much does A receive?

- A) $200
- B) $150
- C) $100
- D) $250

**Answer:** C) $100

**246. Question:** A car’s fuel efficiency is 12 km per liter. How many liters of fuel are needed to travel 240 km?

- A) 15 liters
- B) 20 liters
- C) 25 liters
- D) 30 liters

**Answer:** B) 20 liters

**247. Question:** A number is divided by 5 and then 3 is added to the result. If the final result is 15, what was the original number?

- A) 45
- B) 60
- C) 75
- D) 90

**Answer:** A) 60

**248. Question:** A man walks 4 km north, then 3 km east, and finally 5 km south. How far is he from his starting point?

- A) 2 km
- B) 3 km
- C) 4 km
- D) 5 km

**Answer:** A) 2 km

**249. Question:** In a class of 40 students, 30% are absent. How many students are present?

- A) 24
- B) 28
- C) 30
- D) 32

**Answer:** B) 28

**250. Question:** If 20% of a number is 50, what is the number?

- A) 200
- B) 250
- C) 300
- D) 400

**Answer:** A) 250

**251. Question:** If the product of two numbers is 72 and their sum is 17, what are the numbers?

- A) 8 and 9
- B) 6 and 12
- C) 9 and 8
- D) 12 and 6

**Answer:** A) 8 and 9

**252. Question:** A man buys 4 pens for $16. What is the cost of 10 pens at the same rate?

- A) $35
- B) $40
- C) $45
- D) $50

**Answer:** B) $40

**253. Question:** If the base of a triangle is 10 cm and the height is 6 cm, what is the area of the triangle?

- A) 30 square cm
- B) 36 square cm
- C) 40 square cm
- D) 50 square cm

**Answer:** A) 30 square cm

**254. Question:** A box contains 3 red, 5 blue, and 7 green balls. What is the probability of picking a red ball?

- A) 3/15
- B) 1/5
- C) 1/3
- D) 3/10

**Answer:** B) 1/5

**255. Question:** If the length of a rectangle is doubled and the width remains the same, what happens to the area of the rectangle?

- A) It remains the same
- B) It is doubled
- C) It is tripled
- D) It is halved

**Answer:** B) It is doubled

**256. Question:** If 50% of a number is 45, what is 25% of the same number?

- A) 15
- B) 22.5
- C) 25
- D) 30

**Answer:** B) 22.5

**257. Question:** If a train is moving at 60 km/h, how long will it take to travel 180 km?

- A) 2 hours
- B) 3 hours
- C) 4 hours
- D) 5 hours

**Answer:** B) 3 hours

**258. Question:** In a certain code, “BEAN” is written as “CFBO”. How is “LEAF” written in the same code?

- A) MFBG
- B) MFCG
- C) MFBH
- D) MFCJ

**Answer:** A) MFBG

**259. Question:** If a man’s monthly income is $3000 and he spends 40% of it on rent, how much does he spend on rent?

- A) $1200
- B) $1000
- C) $1500
- D) $1600

**Answer:** A) $1200

**260. Question:** A number is first increased by 30% and then decreased by 20%. If the final number is 96, what was the original number?

- A) 100
- B) 120
- C) 125
- D) 150

**Answer:** A) 100

**261. Question:** A store offers a 15% discount on a jacket originally priced at $80. What is the discounted price?

- A) $68
- B) $70
- C) $72
- D) $75

**Answer:** A) $68

**262. Question:** A man buys a watch for $500 and sells it at a 10% profit. What is the selling price?

- A) $540
- B) $550
- C) $560
- D) $570

**Answer:** B) $550

**263. Question:** If the sum of two numbers is 30 and their difference is 10, what are the numbers?

- A) 20 and 10
- B) 15 and 15
- C) 25 and 5
- D) 30 and 0

**Answer:** A) 20 and 10

**264. Question:** A car travels 240 km in 4 hours. What is its average speed in km/h?

- A) 50 km/h
- B) 60 km/h
- C) 70 km/h
- D) 80 km/h

**Answer:** B) 60 km/h

**265. Question:** If 25% of a number is 30, what is 10% of the number?

- A) 10
- B) 12
- C) 15
- D) 20

**Answer:** C) 12

**266. Question:** A man spends 30% of his salary on rent and 20% on groceries. If he has $1400 left, what is his total salary?

- A) $2000
- B) $2500
- C) $3000
- D) $3500

**Answer:** C) $3000

**267. Question:** In a certain code, “SHIP” is written as “TIJQ”. How is “BOAT” written in the same code?

- A) CPBU
- B) CPBS
- C) CPBT
- D) DPBU

**Answer:** A) CPBU

**268. Question:** If a man saves $2500 in 6 months, how much will he save in a year at the same rate?

- A) $4000
- B) $5000
- C) $4500
- D) $5500

**Answer:** B) $5000

**269. Question:** If the price of a product is decreased by 20% and the new price is $80, what was the original price?

- A) $100
- B) $120
- C) $140
- D) $160

**Answer:** A) $100

**270. Question:** A man earns $800 per month and spends $600. What percentage of his income does he save?

- A) 20%
- B) 25%
- C) 30%
- D) 35%

**Answer:** B) 25%

**271. Question:** If 3x + 5 = 20, what is the value of x?

- A) 3
- B) 4
- C) 5
- D) 6

**Answer:** B) 5

**272. Question:** A car’s value depreciates by 10% each year. If the current value is $9000, what will it be worth after 1 year?

- A) $8100
- B) $8500
- C) $8800
- D) $9000

**Answer:** A) $8100

**273. Question:** A person has to choose 3 different books from a shelf of 7 books. In how many ways can he do this?

- A) 35
- B) 42
- C) 56
- D) 70

**Answer:** C) 35

**274. Question:** A number is decreased by 25% and the result is 60. What is the original number?

- A) 70
- B) 75
- C) 80
- D) 85

**Answer:** C) 80

**275. Question:** If a box contains 5 red balls, 7 blue balls, and 8 green balls, what is the probability of drawing a green ball?

- A) 1/5
- B) 1/4
- C) 1/3
- D) 8/20

**Answer:** D) 8/20

**276. Question:** If the cost price of a book is $30 and the selling price is $45, what is the profit percentage?

- A) 40%
- B) 45%
- C) 50%
- D) 55%

**Answer:** C) 50%

**277. Question:** A rectangle has an area of 120 square meters and a width of 8 meters. What is its length?

- A) 12 meters
- B) 14 meters
- C) 15 meters
- D) 20 meters

**Answer:** A) 15 meters

**278. Question:** A man can complete a task in 10 days. If he works for 6 days, what fraction of the task is completed?

- A) 1/5
- B) 3/5
- C) 2/5
- D) 1/2

**Answer:** C) 3/5

**279. Question:** If 5 workers can complete a job in 8 days, how many workers are needed to complete the job in 4 days?

- A) 5
- B) 10
- C) 15
- D) 20

**Answer:** D) 10

**280. Question:** A man travels 30 km in 40 minutes. What is his speed in km/h?

- A) 40 km/h
- B) 45 km/h
- C) 50 km/h
- D) 55 km/h

**Answer:** B) 45 km/h

**281. Question:** A shopkeeper gives a discount of 20% on an item priced at $75. What is the discount amount?

- A) $10
- B) $12
- C) $15
- D) $20

**Answer:** C) $15

**282. Question:** If 50% of a number is 30, what is the number?

- A) 60
- B) 50
- C) 40
- D) 70

**Answer:** A) 60

**283. Question:** A man spends 30% of his income on rent, 20% on groceries, and the remaining $3500 on other expenses. What is his total income?

- A) $5000
- B) $6000
- C) $7000
- D) $8000

**Answer:** C) $7000

**284. Question:** If the average of 5 numbers is 20, what is the total sum of these numbers?

- A) 90
- B) 100
- C) 110
- D) 120

**Answer:** B) 100

**285. Question:** If the area of a square is 64 square cm, what is the length of one side?

- A) 6 cm
- B) 7 cm
- C) 8 cm
- D) 9 cm

**Answer:** C) 8 cm

**286. Question:** In a certain code, “BEAN” is written as “CFBO”. How is “LEAF” written in the same code?

- A) MFBG
- B) MFBE
- C) MFBH
- D) MFBI

**Answer:** A) MFBG

**287. Question:** If a number is increased by 20% and then decreased by 20%, what is the net percentage change in the number?

- A) 4% decrease
- B) 4% increase
- C) No change
- D) 2% decrease

**Answer:** D) 2% decrease

**288. Question:** A man has $1200. He wants to distribute it among his 4 children. If he gives each child an equal amount, how much does each child receive?

- A) $250
- B) $300
- C) $350
- D) $400

**Answer:** B) $300

**289. Question:** If a car covers 120 km in 2 hours, what is its average speed in km/h?

- A) 50 km/h
- B) 60 km/h
- C) 70 km/h
- D) 80 km/h

**Answer:** B) 60 km/h

**290. Question:** A person has to buy 3 items, each costing $20. If he pays with a $100 bill, how much change does he get back?

- A) $20
- B) $30
- C) $40
- D) $50

**Answer:** B) $30

**291. Question:** If the cost price of an item is $60 and the selling price is $72, what is the percentage profit?

- A) 20%
- B) 25%
- C) 30%
- D) 40%

**Answer:** A) 20%

**292. Question:** A rectangle has a length of 12 meters and a width of 5 meters. What is its area?

- A) 50 square meters
- B) 55 square meters
- C) 60 square meters
- D) 65 square meters

**Answer:** C) 60 square meters

**293. Question:** If the ratio of the ages of two brothers is 4:5 and the sum of their ages is 54 years, what is the age of the elder brother?

- A) 32 years
- B) 36 years
- C) 40 years
- D) 42 years

**Answer:** B) 36 years

**294. Question:** A man buys a product at a 25% discount. If the original price is $80, what is the discounted price?

- A) $55
- B) $60
- C) $65
- D) $70

**Answer:** B) $60

**295. Question:** If a train travels at a speed of 75 km/h, how far will it travel in 4 hours?

- A) 250 km
- B) 275 km
- C) 300 km
- D) 325 km

**Answer:** C) 300 km

**296. Question:** A man buys a shirt for $40 and sells it at a 20% profit. What is the selling price?

- A) $48
- B) $50
- C) $52
- D) $55

**Answer:** A) $48

**297. Question:** If the price of a book is increased by 25% and the new price is $50, what was the original price?

- A) $35
- B) $40
- C) $45
- D) $50

**Answer:** B) $40

**298. Question:** A man buys 10 kg of sugar for $15. What is the cost of 25 kg of sugar at the same rate?

- A) $30
- B) $35
- C) $40
- D) $45

**Answer:** C) $40

**299. Question:** If the sum of two numbers is 50 and their difference is 10, what is their product?

- A) 500
- B) 450
- C) 400
- D) 350

**Answer:** A) 500

**300. Question:** A student scores 80% in an exam. If the maximum marks are 200, how many marks did he score?

- A) 150
- B) 160
- C) 170
- D) 180

**Answer:** B) 160