BLUE WHALE CHALLENGE QUESTIONS – Day 11
BLUE WHALE CHALLENGE QUESTIONS
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Day 11 Question
Q.1) The profit earned on a laptop is 3/4th of the profit earned on a watch. A shopkeeper sells the laptop and watch at Rs.3500 each. The cost price of the watch is Rs.200 more than the cost price of the laptop. The profit earned on the watch is numerically equal to four times of the length of a train (in m). The train crosses a boat in 20 seconds. The boat moves (downstream) in the same direction as train (The length of boat is negligible). The speed of the train is 1.5 times the speed of the boat in downstream. The upstream speed of the boat is ‘z’ km/hr. The total time taken by boat to cover downstream distance and upstream distance is 6 hours. (downstream distance = upstream distance) The number of five digit odd numbers that can be formed from 0,1,5,6,7,9 and 3 (Repetion allowed) is numerically equal to the number of students studying in the RACE Chennai branch. The percentage of female students studying in RACE Chennai branch is (z+4)%. The number of male students studying in the RACE Chennai branch is 6174. The distance covered by the boat is numerically 100 more than the circumference of a circle (in m). The area of the circle is numerically equal to the interest (in Rs.) received by john from bank A which gives interest rate of 30% per annum @S.I instead of 22% per annum he received Rs.210. The sum deposited by john in bank A is numerically equal to the total number of persons working in a company. The average salary of male and female who are working in the company is Rs.14000 and Rs.7000 respectively. The average salary of the total number of persons working in the company is Rs.10000. Find the number of males working the company.
Day 10 Questions
Q.1) 24 men can complete 3/4th of a work in 12 days and 33 women can complete 60% of the work in 30 days. The number of days required by 32 men and 25 women to complete the entire work is x/13 days. The total age of vijay, ajith, surya and vijay sethupathi is x years. The age of ajith 14 years ago is 3 times the present age of vijay sethupathi. The age of vijay 22 years hence is 2 times the present age of Surya. 4 years hence, the sum of the age of Surya and that of vijay sethupathi is numerically equal to the quantity of milk (in litres) in a jar. A person drawn y litres of milk from the jar and replaces it with water. He then repeated the same process one more time, resulting in 32 litres of milk In the jar. Train 1 which is of length 200 m crosses a pole in y seconds. It then crosses train 2 which is length of 300m moving in opposite direction in y seconds. The speed of train 2 (in km/hr) is numerically equal to the difference between the perimeter of the square and the perimeter of the rectangle. The area of the square is 256 m². The length of the rectangle is 22 m more than the breadth of the rectangle. The breadth of the rectangle is numerically equal to twice the difference between the S.I and C.I (in. Rs) for 2 years at 8% per annum. Find the principal.
Day 9 Questions
Q.1) There are two trains first train crosses a 100m platform in 4t seconds and speed of the train is 25m/s. second train crosses a standing man with speed of 30 m/s in t seconds. If the length of first train is 100% more than the second train. Sum of the length of two train is numerically equal to area of a square (in m²). The side of the square is numerically equal to average of five consecutive odd numbers. The product of smallest and highest number is equal to the number of the students of a school. The difference between the boys and girls in the school is equal to sum of 10 natural numbers. Which of the following is the ratio of boys to girls? (Boys are more than girls)
Day 8 Questions
Q.1) A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in a circle. Two persons are facing the center and the remaining persons are facing away from the center. Each person has different number of chocolates 40, 60, 80, 100, 120 and 140 but not necessarily in the same order. F sits between B and C. E is not an immediate neighbour of B and C. E has 140 chocolates. The number of persons sits between the one who has 120 chocolates and the one who has 100 chocolates is same as between the one who has 80 chocolates and the one who has 140 chocolates. The one who has 80 chocolates and E are facing each other. The one who has 100 chocolates sits to the immediate right of F. D has 40 chocolates. C has second minimum number of chocolates. The one who sits second to the left of B and the one who sits fourth to the left of A have the total number of chocolates which is numerically equal to the interest (in. Rs) received by Arun in bank B. The one who sits third to the left of D and the one who sits fourth to the left of C have the number of chocolates which is numerically equal to the interest (In.Rs) received by Hari in bank A. Arun invested Rs.x at 5% per annum S.I in bank B. Hari invested Rs.(2x + 400) at 2.5% per annum S.I in bank A. Hari and Arun invested their amount for same period in respective banks. The amount invested by Hari is numerically equal to the cost price of the laptop. A shopkeeper sold the laptop at Rs.5000. The profit percentage of laptop is numerically equal to the number of days taken by Selva to complete a piece of work. Arul can complete the same work in y days. Arul and Selva can complete the same work in days. A bag contains 20 blue balls, 30 yellow balls and y black balls. If two balls are drawn at random, what is the probability that two balls are black?
Day 7 Questions
Q.1) In the question, a number is followed by five arithmetic problems, you can solve all arithmetic problems and choose the option whose answer is numerically not equal to that number
I. The difference between the distance covered by a car travels with its normal speed in 4 hours and the distance covered by a car travels with its half of normal speed in 6 hours is 40 km. How much distance travelled by the car in 2.5 hours.
II. The Ratio between the Profit earned on a product and the discount of the product is 2: 3. The difference between the Cost price and marked price is Rs.200. If profit percentage of the product is 80%, find the cost price of the product.
III. The present age of B is equal to the age of A 30 years ago. The present age of C is equal to the age of B 35 years ago. Some of the present age of A, B and C is 2.05 times of the present age of A. Find the present age of A.
IV. The average salary of male workers in a company is Rs.200x and the average salary of female workers in the company is Rs.150x. The average salary of the workers in the company is Rs.170x. The number of male workers in the company is 20. Find the total number of workers in the company.
V. How many 3 digit even numbers can be formed from 4,6, 8, 2 and 0?
a) I, III, IV and II
b) I, II and III
d) All I, II, III, IV and V
e) I, II, IV and V
Day 2 Questions
Q.1) A man go to his office from his home at 5kmph more than normal speed he will reach office in 20 minutes earlier. If he goes to his office at 10km/hr less than normal speed he will reach office 80 minutes later. The time taken to cover the distance with normal speed is equal to time taken by a tap to fill a tank. The tap fills 30 litres per minute. The capacity of the tank is x litres. An area of a square is x m2. Perimeter of the square is numerically equal to average of five consecutive even numbers. Find the difference between the smallest number and cube of 6.
e) None of these
Q.2) The speed of a boat in downstream and upstream is 40km/hr and 2x km/hr respectively. The speed of the stream is x km/hr. A, B and C can do a piece of work in x, 2x and 3x days respectively. Initially, the least efficient person worked for 3 days and then left. Then B worked for 4 days and left. The remaining work was completed by the most efficient person in y days. A shopkeeper mixes x kg of variety 1 rice cost of Rs.3y/kg with y kg of variety 2 rice cost of Rs.2x/kg , sold the mixture at a price of Rs.z/kg and he did not get any profit. The cost price of a product is Rs.34z and gains x% when offers discount of 23%. Selva invests Rs.510z at simple interest of x% per annum for 4 years in bank A and then he withdraw all the money from bank A to invest in bank B which offers compounded half yearly of x% per annum for 1 year. Find the difference between the interest received from bank A and B together and the marked price of the product.
DAY 3 QUESTIONS
Q.1) There are four persons A, B, C and D are sitting in a row. All are facing north. All of them has different ages 20yrs, 25yrs, 30yrs and 35yrs, but not necessarily in the same order. The number of persons sits between A and B is same as between C and D. A is not an immediate neighbour of B and D. The age of A is 30 yrs. The sum of the age of B and C is numerically same as the number of days taken by Arul to complete a piece of work. Arul and Bala together can complete the same work in 20 days. Bala can complete the same work in x days. 70% of its usual speed, a train of length 10x m crosses a platform of length 190m in 7 seconds. At its normal speed, the train crosses a pole in 3 seconds. The age of one who sits third to the right of A is z years. How many different straight lines can be formed by joining ‘z’ different points on a plane of which 4 are collinear and the rest are non-collinear?
DAY 4 QUESTIONS
Q.1) Aryan can do a piece of work in 16 days. Due to some problem, his efficiency reduces to 40%. Ankur’s efficiency also reduces to two-third of his original efficiency. Now they can finish the work together in 20 days. The number of days can Ankur and Aryan together finish the work at 100% efficiency is numerically equal to the length (in m) of the rectangle. Distance travelled by train whose speed is 72km/hr in seconds is equal to perimeter of the rectangle. Find the area of the rectangle?
DAY 5 Questions
Q.1) 700, 720, 820, 1020, 1340, ___ , the number missing in the given number series is numerically equal to the amount invested by sarkar in bank A. x²-7x-450=0 the positive value of x is numerically equal to the rate of interest per annum(@ S.I) given by Bank A.
35% of 4580 – 48 ×72 + 93× 97 = y + 4168 the value of y is numerically equal to the amount invested by viswasam in bank B which gives 30% rate of interest per annum at simple interest. The difference between the interest received by Sarkar and the interest received by viswasam is Rs.1800.
Find the number of years at which the amount invested by viswasam in bank B, If the sum of the years invested by Sarkar and viswasam is 5 years. (Note Interest received by Sarkar < interest received by viswasam)
a) 3 years
b) 2 years
c) 4 years
d) 1 years
e) 5 years
DAY 6 Questions
Q.1) A tank is fitted with 12 pipes. Some of them are inlet and some of them are outlet. Each inlet pipe can fill the tank in 10 hours and each outlet pipe can empty the tank in 8 hours. If all the pipes are opened together the tank will be filled in hours. The number of outlet pipes is numerically equal to the number of years invested by a person in a bank. The amount which he invested is Rs.29120 and the rate of interest is 20% @ C.I. The interest amount he received from the bank is numerically equal to the area of a square. The perimeter of the square is numerically equal to the value of x.
720% of 780 + 820 % of 150-51² – x = y + 2.6. Find the value of y.
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