Let’s increase the challenge a bit today! In this speed booster we have prepared questions that are the very first questions that most of us attempt in any examination. Simplification is the soul of all the aptitude examinations specially, banking. Data Interpretation of this sort is also a cakewalk and can be finished very quickly. Series from this year we have seen have taken a little difficult turn. Unlike the last year, students have mostly been able to solve maximum 4 out of 5 in the last RRB Officer Scale I exam. Clerk is quite different yet the challenge remains the same as the clock keeps ticking. In easy exams where we are capable of solving all the questions given, the major challenge lies in beating the clock! Let’s practice solving these given questions in 15 minutes so that we are left with good amount of time to completely finish the reasoning section and also solve few singles from Maths in the remaining time to maximize our attempts for a safe score.

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Welcome to Maths Speed Booster 13

1. 434.23 + 21.56 + 63.89 = ?
2. 3/4th of 46% of 400 – 12 = ?
3. 45 × 253 – 782 = ?
4. 1/5th of 1/3rd of 3/4th of 15000 = ?
5. 42% of ? + 18% of 400 = 219
6. 25% of √3844 = ?
7. 7/15 + 12 + 2/3 = ?
8. (19)2 + (28)2 – (16)2 = ?
9. (16 ×426) / 24% of 200 = ?
10. ∛32768 = ?
11. 3/4th of 24% of 400 – 32 = ?
12. 8/15 + 2/5 – 1/3 = ?
13. 451.34 + 322.69 – 242.88 = ?
14. 12 × √4225 + 212 = ?
15. (?)1.2 / 54 = 108 / (?)1.8
16. 3, 10, 32, 100, ?
17. 5, 3, 4, ?, 38
18. 5, 6, ?, 57, 244
19. 3, 10, 21, ?, 51
20. 5, 11, ?, 55, 117
21. Directions: The table given below shows the number of chocolates sold of a particular type in a week. Study the information and answer the questions that follow:

What is the approximate average number of chocolates sold by company D?
22. Directions: The table given below shows the number of chocolates sold of a particular type in a week. Study the information and answer the questions that follow:

Find the ratio of Dairy Milk sold by A, B and C together to that of Snickers by C, D and E together?
23. Directions: The table given below shows the number of chocolates sold of a particular type in a week. Study the information and answer the questions that follow:

The number of Kit Kats sold by A and B together forms what percent of the number of Five stars sold by D and E together?
24. Directions: The table given below shows the number of chocolates sold of a particular type in a week. Study the information and answer the questions that follow:

What is the difference between the average number of Bourneville sold by A, B and C to the average number of Snickers sold by all the companies together?
25. Directions: The table given below shows the number of chocolates sold of a particular type in a week. Study the information and answer the questions that follow:

Number of Dairy Milk chocolates sold by C is how much percent less than the number of Milky Bar chocolates sold by company B?

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