Arihant Quantitative Aptitude Questions PDF For Competitive exam

Arihant Quantitative Aptitude Book PDF:- Arihant’s Quantitative Aptitude Questions PDF has all Percentage Questions Solving Tricks and Discount Short Tricks, Train Questions, Tricks of Train Questions, Time and Distance Questions with tips and Tricks. Altogether we can say that Arihant Quantitative Aptitude Book PDF has a variety of Average Maths, Simple Maths, Geometric Maths, Trigonometric Maths, etc.

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### Quantitative Aptitude Book PDF of Arihant

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#### Maths Aptitude Book PDF

Contest of Arihant Maths Book PDF

• Number System
• Number Series
• HCF and LCM
• Simple and Decimal Fractions
• Square Root and Cube Root
• Indices and Surds
• Simplification: VBODMAS Rule • Basic Formulae
• Approximation
• Word Problems Based on Numbers
• Average
• Data Table
• Discount
• Bar Chart
• Percentage
• Pie Chart
• Partnership
• Simple Interest
• Compound Interest
• True Discount and Banker’s Discount
• Ratio and Proportion
• Mixture or Allegation
• Profit and Loss: Basic Formulae Related to Profit and Loss • Fast Track Techniques to
• Solve die Questions
• Unitary Method: Direct Proportion • Indirect Proportion
• Problem Based on Ages: Important Rules for Problem Based on Ages
• Work and Time: Basic Rules Related to Work and Time • Fast Track Techniques to Solve the Questions
• Work and Wages: Important Points • Fast Track Formulae to Solve die Questions
• Pipes and Cisterns: Important Points • Fast Track Techniques to Solve the Questions
• Speed, Time and Distance: Basic Formulae Related to Speed, Time and Distance •
• Problems Based on Trains: Basic Rules Related to Problems Based on Trains • Fast

Track Techniques to Solve the Questions

• Boats and Streams “:
• Basic Formulae Related to Boats and Streams • Fast Track Techniques to Solve die Questions
• Races and Games of Skill :
• Important Terms • Some Facts about Race • Fast Track Techniques to Solve die Questions
• Clock and Calendar: Clock • Important Points Related to Clock • Fast Track

Techniques to Solve Questions

• • Calender • Ordinary Year • Leap Year • Odd Days
• Linear Equations: Linear Equations in One, Two, and Three Variables • Methods of Solving Linear Equations • Consistency of the System of Linear Equations
• Permutations and Combinations
• Probability
• Area and Perimeter
• Area • Perimeter • Triangle • Properties of Triangle • Quadrilateral • Regular Polygon •
• Circle • Fast Track Techniques to Solve the Questions
• Volume and Surface Area
• Geometry
• Coordinate Geometry
• Trigonometry
• Measurement of Angles • Relation between Radian and Degrees • Trigonometric Ratios • Trigonometric Identities • Sign of Trigonometric Functions • Trigonometric Ratios of Combined Angles
• Height and Distance
• Line of Sight • Horizontal Line • Angle of Elevation Angle of Depression

#### Types of Bar Chart

• Line Graph
• Types of Line Graph
• Mixed Graph
• Data Sufficiency
• Fast Track Practice Sets
##### Maths Aptitude Questions

Q.1. Some tennis balls were bought for Rs 450. Had each hair been cheaper by Rs 15, 5 more hairs could have been bought for the same amount. Find the number of hairs purchased –
[A] 6
[B] 7
[C] 10
[D] 74

Q.2. From a distance of 300 m, the angle of elevation of the top of a vertex on a horizontal plane is 30 degrees. Find the height of the summit

[A] 145.20 Meter

[B] 173.20 Meter

[C] 145 Meter

[D] 200 Meter

Q.3. If a pole 3.505 meters long is supported by a wall at an angle of 60 degrees to the ground, then at what height will the pole reach the wall?

[A] 20.36 m

[B] 12.99 m

[C] 14 meters

[D] 18 meters

Q.4. In how many years the simple interest of Rs.3000 at the rate of 12% per annum will become Rs.1080-

[A] 9 years

[B] 4 years

[C] 3 years

[D] 7 years

Q.5. The sides of a triangle are in the ratio 3:4:6, the triangle is –

[A] Right angle

[B] acute angle

[C] obtuse angle

[D] none of these

Q.6 The sides of a triangle are in the ratio 3:4:5. The measure of the largest angle of the triangle will be –

[A] 63 degrees

[B] 68 degrees

[C] 71 degrees

[D] 75 degrees

Q.7. A cone, a sphere, and a cylinder have the same base, and their height is also the same. Accordingly, what will be the ratio of the volumes of these three –

[A] 3:3:1

[B] 3:7:1

[C] 1:2:3

[D] none of these