Important Aptitude Questions for SSC CHSL Exam was given
here with solutions, candidates those who are preparing for those exams can use
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**Directions (Q.1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below:**

**Number (in hundred) of tourist spots in different states**

1).What
is the approximate average number of tourist spots in all the states together?

a)
4200

b)
5700

c)
4900

d)
4500

e)
4400

2).The number of tourist spots in State J is what per cent of the total number of tourist spots in all the states together?

a)
5.7%

b)
2.4%

c)
8.66%

d)
3.4%

e)
6.9%

3).The highest increase in the number of tourist spots in two consecutive states is what per cent of the lowest increase in two consecutive states?

a)
2000%

b)
18.5%

c)
1900%

d)
19%

e)
None of these

4).If Rs. 1 is charged for visiting spot A, Rs. 2 for visiting spot B and so on, a person has to pay how much money to visit all the tourist spots?

a)
Rs. 166

b)
Rs. 50

c)
Rs. 85

d)
Rs. 66

e)
None of these

5).The number of tourist spots in State E is what per cent more/less than the number of tourist spots in State G?

a)
29%

b)
27%

c)
15%

d)
12%

e)
None of these

**Directions (Q.6-10): Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:**

**Amount of fuel consumed by five different vehicles to cover a distance from P to Q**

6).What is the ratio of the fuel consumed by
vehicle B to that consumed by vehicle D?

a)
43:96

b)
31:68

c)
2:5

d)
1:2

e)
None of these

7).What is the average fuel consumed by all
the vehicles together?

a)
412.6 liters

b)
410 liters

c)
378 liters

d)
360.6 liters

e)
None of these

8).An instrument is attached to each vehicle
which saves 10% of the fuel. Of which two vehicles the ratio of the fuel
consumed to reach the destination is 200:209?

a)
B, D

b)
A, C

c)
A, B

d)
C, E

e)
None of these

9).If the price of the fuel is Rs. 69 per
liter then the average amount invested in all the vehicles is close to the
amount invested in which vehicle?

a)
D

b)
C

c)
B

d)
A

e)
None of these

10).The increase in fuel consumption is the
lowest for which two consecutive vehicles?

a)
(B, C)

b)
(A, B)

c)
(C, D)

d)
Can’t be determined

e)
None of these

__Answers__**:**

**1). a) 2). b) 3). c) 4). d) 5). e) 6). a) 7). e) 8). d) 9). e) 10). c)**

__Check Below for Detailed Solutions of the above Aptitude Questions__:

1.
The average number of tourist
spots

=
(20+30+15+55+85+72+62+33+8+11+68)÷11

=
459÷11 ≈ 42 hundred = 4200

**Answer: a**

2. Required percentage = 11/459×100 ≈ 2.4%

**Answer: b**

3. The highest increase is from J to K = 68-11 = 57

The
lowest increase is from I to J = 11-8 = 3

Required
% = 57/3 ×100 =1900%

**Answer: c**

4. The required sum = 1+2+3+ …. +11

=
11×12/2 = Rs. 66

**Answer: d**

5. Required % = (85-62)/62 ×100 = (23×100)/62

=
37.09%

**Answer: e**

6. The required ratio = 215:480 = 43:96

**Answer: a**

7. Total fuel consumed by all the vehicles

=
295+215+400+480+418 = 1808 liters

Average
amount of fuel consumed

=
1808÷5 = 361.6 liters

**Answer: e**

8. After attaching the instrument now the vehicle will consume fuel as under:

A
= 2950 – 29.50 = 265.5 liters

B
= 2150 – 21.50 = 293.5 liters

C
= 400 – 40 = 360 liters

D
= 480 – 48 = 432 liters

E
= 418 – 41.8 = 376.2 liters

Now,
ratio of C to E = 360 : 376.2

=
3600:3762 = 200:209. Hence the ratio of vehicle C to E = 200:209

**Answer: d**

9. The price is the same, so we need to calculate only the quantity. Now, average consumption

=
[295+215+400+480+418] / 5

=
1808/5 = 361.6

Hence
there is no vehicle which is close to 361.6

**Answer: e**

10. There are only two cases of increase in the consumption:

From
B to C = (185/215)×100 ≈ 86%

From
C to D = (80×100)/400 = 20%

Hence
for C to D it is the lowest.

**Answer: c**

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