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POLYCET - 2014 Counselling Notification Details

POLYCET - 2014 Mock Counselling Available

B. Ravipal Reddy

Director,

SIGMA,

Hyderabad

AVERAGE

1. Average = Sum of observations /

Number of observations

2. Number of observations = Sum

of observations / Average

3. Sum of observations = Average

Number of observations

4. If the number of quantities in two

groups be 'm' and 'n', and their

averages are x and y respectively.

Then the average of all of them

put together =

mx + ny

m+n

of remaining group =

6.

mx ny

mn

xn, then

a) The average of x1 + a, x2 + a,

x3 + a, xn + a is p + a

b) The average of x1 a, x2 a,

x3 a, xn a is p a

c) The average of ax1, ax2, ax3,

axn is pa. (If a 0)

d) The average of

x1 x2 x3

x

p

, , ...... n is

a a a

a

a

equal to x. When a quantity is

removed, the average becomes y.

The value of the removed

quantity is n (x y) + y

8. The average of n quantities is

equal to y. When a quantity is

added, the average becomes y.

The value of the new quantity is

n (y x) + y

9. The average of first n natural

numbers =

n +1

2

natural numbers =

(n + 1)(2n + 1)

6

natural numbers =

n 2 (n + 1)2

4

from 1 to n =

n+2

2

numbers = n + 1

14. The average of odd numbers

n +1

from 1 to n = 2

15. The average of first n odd

numbers = n

16. If n is odd: The average of n

consecutive numbers or consecutive even numbers or consecutive

odd numbers is always the

middle number.

17. If n is even: The average of n

consecutive numbers or consecutive even numbers or consecutive

odd numbers is always the

average of middle two numbers.

18. The average of squares of first n

2(n + 1)(2n + 1)

even numbers =

3

consecutive even numbers till

n=

(n + 1)(n + 2)

3

consecutive odd numbers till

n=

and the average of n quantities

out of them is y, then the average

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average is the total number of

runs he has scored divided by the

number of times he has been out.

22. The average of Arithmetic progression is equal to average of its

first and last numbers.

Quantitative Aptitude

d) 30

e) 28.5

6. The average expenditure of 9

friends out of 10 is Rs. 20. The

tenth friend expenditure is Rs. 45

more than the average expenditure of all 10 friends. Find the

total expenditure of all 10

friends?

a) Rs. 245

b) Rs. 250

c) Rs. 255

d) 260

e) Cannot be determined

7. The average salary of all the 100

workers in a workshop is Rs.

24,000. The average salary of

technicians is Rs. 40,000 and the

average salary of the rest is Rs.

20,000. How many technicians

are there in the workshop?

PRACTICE QUESTIONS

KEY

75 girls is 1050 years, the

average age of 25 of them is 12

years and that of another 25 is 16

years. Find the average of the

remaining girls?

a) 12 years

b) 13 years

c) 14 years

d) 15 years

e) None of these

2. The average monthly income of a

family of four earning members

was Rs. 15,130. One of the

daughters in the family got

married and left home. So the

average monthly income of the

family came down to Rs 14,660.

What is the monthly income of

the married daughter?

a) Rs. 15,350 b) Rs. 12,000

c) Rs. 16,540

d) Cannot be determined

e) None of these

3. The average age of 30 students of

a class is 14 years. When the age

of the class teacher is included,

the average increases 1 year.

Find the age of class teacher?

a) 25 years

b) 30 years

c) 32 years

d) 36 years

e) None of these

4. In the first 10 overs of a cricket

game, the run rate was only 3.2.

What should be the run rate in

the remaining 40 overs to reach

the target of 282 runs?

a) 6.25

b) 5.5

c) 5

d) 4.75

e) None of these

5. The average of five numbers is

27. If one number is excluded,

the average becomes 25. What is

the excluded number?

a) 40

b) 37

c) 35

1. c

Total age of class of 75 girls

= 1050

Total age of 25 girls

= 25 12 = 300

Total age of another 25 girls

= 25 16 = 400

So Total age of remaining girls

= 1050 (300 + 400) = 350

The average age of remaining

girls =

8.

9.

10.

11.

a) 10

b) 15

c) 18

d) 20

e) 26

Average weight of 20 people

increased by 1.5 kg when one

person of 50 kg is replaced by a

new man. Then find the weight

of the new man?

a) 51 kg

b) 60 kg c) 70 kg

d) 75 kg

e) 80 kg

The average weight of A and B is

50 kg; B and C is 70 kg and C

and A is 60 kg. Then find the

weight of B?

a) 40 kg

b) 55 kg

c) 58 kg

d) 60 kg

e) Cannot be determined

Find the average of 1, 4, 9, 16,

625.

a) 313

b) 221

c) 216

d) 208

e) None of these

The average of ten numbers is 7.

If each number is multiplied by

6.

350

= 14years

25

2. c

The total income of the four

family members

= 4 15430 = Rs. 60520

Total income of three family

members = 3 14660 = Rs.

43980

Monthly income of married

daughter = 60520 43980

= Rs. 16540

3. b

The total age of 30 students

= 30 14 = 420 years

The total age of 31 persons

= 30 15 = 450 years

Teachers age = 450 420

= 30 years

4. a

Runs scored in the first 10 overs

= 10 3.2 = 32

Total runs = 282

remaining runs to be scored =

282 32 = 250

remaining overs = 40

Run rate needed =

7.

8.

9.

250

= 6.25

40

5. c

Sum of 5 numbers

= 5 27 = 135

Sum of 4 numbers after exclu-

10.

Excluded number = 135 100

= 35

b

Let average expenditure of 10

friends = x

Tenth friend expenditure

= x + 45

Total expenditure of ten friends

= 10x = 9 20 + x + 45

9x = 225 x = 25

Total expenditure of ten friends

= 10x = 10 25 = Rs. 250

d

Let number of technicians = x

Number of other workers

= 100 x

Total salary = 100 24000

= x 40,000 + (100 x) 20000

40000x 20000x = 400000

20000x = 400000 x = 20

Number of technicians = 20

e

Total increased weight

= 20 1.5 = 30 kg

Weight of new person

= 50 + 30 = 80 kg

d

The total weight of A and B

= 2 50 = 100 kg

The total weight of B and C

= 2 70 = 140 kg

The total weight of C and A

= 2 60 = 120 kg

2(A+B+C)

= 80 + 120 + 160 = 360

A + B + C = 180 kg

B's weight = 180 120

= 60 kg

b

The average of squares of first n

natural numbers

set of numbers is:

a) 7 b) 19 c) 82 d) 84 e) 96

12. Madhu has twice as much money

as Suresh and Suresh has 50%

more money than what Pavan

has. If the average money with

them is Rs 110, then Madhu has

a) Rs. 55

b) Rs. 60 c) Rs. 90

d) Rs. 180 e) Rs. 220

13. The average marks of 30 students

in a class are 60. But a student

marks is wrongly noted as 15

instead of 90. Find correct

average marks?

a) 57.5

b) 58.5

c) 62.5

d) 63.5

e) 65

14. If a, b, c, d, e are five consecutive

odd numbers, their average Is:

a) 5(a+d)

b) 5(a+b+c+d+e)

c) abcde

d) a+4

e) None of these

(n + 1)(2n + 1)

6

26 51

=

= 221

6

=

11. d

The average = 12 7 = 84

12. d

Let Pavan has Rs x

then Suresh has 150% of

Rs x =

150

3x

Rs

x =

100

2

Madhu has 2

x+

3x

= 3x

2

3x

+ 3x = 110 3

2

11x

= 330 x = 60

2

13. c

According to question total

marks of 30 students

= 30 60 = 1800

But the correct total marks of

30 students

= 1800 15 + 90 = 1875

The correct average marks

=

1875

= 62.5

30

The correct average marks =

Given average + (Correct marks

Wrong marks) / Num- ber of

students

90 15

= 60 +

= 60 + 2.5 = 62.5

30

14. d

Clearly, b = a + 2, c = a + 4,

d = a + 6 and e = a + 8.

Average

a +a + 2+a + 4+a +6+a +8

5

5a + 20 5(a + 4)

=

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5

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