# 20 Important Previous Year Quant Questions of SSC CGL | Part 1

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## Previous Year Quant Questions of SSC CGL

Q1) A circle is inscribed in a triangle ABC. It touches the sides AB, BC and AC at the points R, P  and Q respectively. If AQ = 4.5 cm, PC = 5.5 cm and BR = 6 cm, then the perimeter of the triangle  ABC is:

(1) 30.5 cm
(2) 28 cm
(3) 32 cm
(4) 26.5 cm

Q2) The table shows the production of different types of cars (in thousands) Years 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Cars

 Years 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Cars A 30 35 48 45 56 B 42 48 40 38 56 C 48 36 38 35 44 D 51 24 30 46 54 E 20 42 40 35 43

If the data related to the production of cars of type E is represented by a pie chart, then the  central angle of the sector representing the data of production of cars in 2013 will be:
(1) 102°
(2) 84°
(3) 70°
(4) 80°

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Q3) If decreasing 120 by x% gives the same result as increasing 40 by x%, then x% of 210 is what percent less than (x-20)% of 1050?

(1) 33 1/3
(2) 18
(3) 66 2/3
(4) 20

Q4) A truck covers a distance of 384 km at a certain speed. If the speed is decreased by 16 km/h, it will take 2 hours more to cover the same distance. 75% of its original speed (in km/h) is:

(1) 45
(2) 54
(3) 48
(4) 42

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Q5) The ratio of the ages of A and B four years ago was 4 : 5. Eight years from now, the ratio of the ages of A and B will be 11 : 13. What is the sum of their present ages?

(1) 80 years
(2) 96 years
(3) 72 years
(4) 76 years

Q6)  In Δ ABC, F and E are the points on sides AB and AC, respectively such that FE||BC and FE divides
the triangle in two parts of equal area. If AD||BC and AD intersects FE at G, then GD : AG?

(1)√2 : 1
(2) (√2-1) : 1
(3) 2√2 : 1
(4)(√2+1) : 1

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Q7) If 4 – 2sin2θ – 5 cosθ = 0, 0°<θ<90°, then the value of sinθ+tanθ is :

(1) 3√2/2
(2) 3√3/2
(3) 3√2
(4) 2√3

Q8) If (5√5x³-81√3y³) ÷ (√5x-3√3y) = (Ax²+By²+Cxy), then the value of (6A+B-√15C) is

(1) 10
(2) 9
(3) 15
(4) 12

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Q9) If a  nine-digit number 985x3678y is divisible by 72, then the value of (4x-3y) is

(1) 5
(2) 4
(3) 6
(4) 3

Q10)The ratio of the efficiencies of A, B and C is 2 : 5 : 3. Working together they can complete a  work in 27 days B and C together can complete 4/9th part of that work in:

(1) 27 days
(2) 15 days
(3) 17 1/7 days
(4) 24 days

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Q11) The average of twelve numbers is 42. The average of the last five numbers is 40 and that of the first four numbers is 44. The 6th number is 6 less than the fifth and 5 less than the 7th number.  The average of the 5th and the 7th numbers is:

(1) 44
(2) 44.5
(3) 43
(4) 43.5

Q12) If x+y+z = 19, x²+y²+z²=133 and xz = y², then the difference between z and x is:

(1) 5
(2) 3
(3) 6
(4) 4

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Q13) In a circle of radius 10 cm with centre O, PQ and PR are two chords each of length 12 cm. PO  intersects chord QR at the points S. The length of OS is:

(1) 2.8 cm
(2) 2.5 cm
(3) 3.2 cm
(4) 3 cm

Q14) A solid cube of volume 13824 cm3 is cut into 8 cubes of equal volumes. The ratio of the surface area of the original cube to the sum of the surface areas of three of the smaller cubes is:

(1) 2:3
(2) 4:3
(3) 8:3
(4) 2:1

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Q15) A person sold an article at a loss of 15% had he sold it for Rs.30.60 more, he would have gained  9%. To gain 10% he should have sold it for:

(1) Rs.140.25
(2) Rs.132
(3) Rs.130
(4) Rs.128.40

Q16)  In a ΔABC, the bisectors of ∠B and ∠C meet at point O, inside the triangle. If ∠BOC = 122°, then the measure of ∠A

(1) 64°
(2) 62°
(3) 72°
(4) 68°

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Q17) The value of 2×3÷2 of 3×2÷(4+4×4÷4 of 4-4÷4×4) is:

(1) 8
(2) 1
(3) 4
(4) 2

Q18) If sin Θ= (p²-1)/(p²+1), then cosΘ is equal to:

(1) 2p/(1+p²)
(2) p/(p²-1)
(3) p/(1+p²)
(4) 2p/(p²-1)

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Q19) (2+tan²θ+cot²θ)/(secθcosecθ) is equal to :

(1) cotθ
(2) cosθsinθ
(3) secθcosecθ
(4) tanθ

Q20) The ratio of the ages of A and B four years ago was 4 : 5. Eight years from now, the ratio of the ages of A and B will be 11 : 13. What is the sum of their present ages?

(1) 80 years
(2) 96 years
(3) 72 years
(4) 76 years