Practice Aptitude Questions for SSC CGL,CHSL,CPO Exam

Practice Aptitude Questions With Solutions SSC CGL, CHSL Exams Set-27:
Dear Readers, Important Aptitude Questions for SSC CGL,CHSL Exam was given here with solutions, candidates those who are preparing for those exams can use this material.


Directions(Q. No. 1 – 5) : Study the graph carefully and answer the following questions.
Spending of a Family Income on Various Items and Savings During Year 2010

1).The percent of income spent on food is
a)    5
b)    10
c)    12.5
d)    20

2).The per cent of income spent on clothing exceeds that on savings by
a)    12.5
b)    2.5
c)    10
d)    22.5

3).If the total income of the family during year 2010 was Rs. 100000, the savings of the family in the year 2009 was
a)    Rs. 1750
b)    Rs. 20000
c)    Rs. 12500
d)    Rs. 50000

4).The total expenses of the family on transport are equal to those spent on
a)    savings
b)    clothing
c)    food
d)    others

5).The savings of the family is more than that of expenditure incurred on
a)    housing
b)    clothing
c)    transport
d)    others

Directions(Q. No. 6 – 9) : Study the graph carefully and answer the following questions.
Production of Cotton Bales of 100 kg each in Lakh by Different States A, B, C, D and E over the years.


6).The production of state C in 2003 – 2004 is how many times its production in 22005 – 2006?
a)    2.5
b)    1.85
c)    1.5
d)    0.4

7).In which state(s) is there a steady increase in the production of cotton during the given period?
a)    A and B
b)    B and D
c)    A and C
d)    D and E

8).How many kilogram of cotton was produced by state C during the given period?
a)    320000000
b)    425000000
c)    330000000
d)    350000000

9).The number of states for which the production of cotton in 2005 – 2006 is less than or equal to the preceding year is
a)    3
b)    2
c)    1
d)    There is no such states

Answers:                         
1). d) 2). b) 3). c) 4). c) 5). a) 6).d ) 7). c) 8). s) 9). b)


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