Quiz Discussion

\({\left( {\sqrt 3 - \frac{1}{{\sqrt 3 }}} \right)^2}\) simplifies to:

Course Name: Quantitative Aptitude

  • 1]

    3/4

  • 2]

    \(\frac{4}{{\sqrt 3 }}\)

  • 3]

    4/3

  • 4]

    None of these

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1
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If =.0026, the square root of 67,60,000 is:

  • 1]

    1/26

  • 2]

    26

  • 3]

    260

  • 4]

    2600

Solution
2
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The approximate value of \(\frac{{3\sqrt {12} }}{{2\sqrt {28} }} \div \frac{{2\sqrt {21} }}{{\sqrt {98} }}\)  is ?

 

  • 1] 1.0605
  • 2] 1.0727
  • 3] 1.6007
  • 4] 1.6026
Solution
3
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Given \(\sqrt 2 = 1.414.\)   Then the value of \(\sqrt 8\)  + \(2\sqrt {32} \)  -  \(3\sqrt {128}\)  + \(4\sqrt {50}\)   is = ?

 

  • 1] 8.426
  • 2] 8.484
  • 3] 8.526
  • 4] 8.876
Solution
4
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What is \(\frac{{5 + \sqrt {10} }}{{5\sqrt 5 - 2\sqrt {20} - \sqrt {32} + \sqrt {50} }}\)      equal to ?

 

  • 1]

    5

  • 2]

    \(5\sqrt 2 \)

  • 3]

    \(5\sqrt 5 \)

  • 4]

    \(\sqrt 5 \)

Solution
5
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A mobile company offered to pay the Indian Cricket Team as much money per run scored by the side as the total number it gets in a one-dayer against Australia. Which one of the following cannot be the total amount to be spent by the company in this deal ?

  • 1] 21904
  • 2] 56169
  • 3] 101761
  • 4] 121108
Solution
6
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\(\sqrt {11881} \times \sqrt ? = 10137\)

 

  • 1] 8281
  • 2] 8649
  • 3] 9216
  • 4] 9409
  • 5] None of these
Solution
7
Discuss

The value of \(\sqrt {0.000441} \)  is = ?

 

  • 1] 0.00021
  • 2] 0.0021
  • 3] 0.021
  • 4] 0.21
Solution
8
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What is the least number which should be subtracted 0.000326 in order to make it a perfect square = ?

  • 1] 0.000002
  • 2] 0.000004
  • 3] 0.02
  • 4] 0.04
Solution
9
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\({1.5^2} \times \sqrt {0.0225} = ?\)

 

  • 1] 0.0375
  • 2] 0.3375
  • 3] 3.275
  • 4] 32.75
Solution
10
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If the product of four consecutive natural numbers increased by a natural number p, is a perfect square, then the value of p is = ?

  • 1] 1
  • 2] 2
  • 3] 4
  • 4] 8
Solution
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