Quantitative Aptitude Averages Questions for Competitive exams Sep 18 2015

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Quantitative Aptitude Topic of the day: Averages

Averages questions are quite easy to attempt if the concepts are clear.

Suppose there are N numbers, then their average is their sum divided by that is,

Average=(sum / N)

Weighted Average: The average between two sets of numbers is closer to the set with more numbers.
if 3 batsmen scored 25 runs and 2 batsmen scored 35 runs the average of the team won’t be 30. Rather it will be
= (25×3 + 35×2 )/5 = 29 . This is nearer to 25 since more batsmen scored 25 runs.

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Question 1 :The average weight of 11 players of Indian cricket team is increased by 1 kg, when one player of the team weighing 55 kg replaced by a new player. The weight of the new player is:

A) 55 kg
B) 64 kg
C) 66 kg
D)70kg

Question 2: The average age of 30 students of a class is 30 years. When the average age of class teacher is also included, the average age of the whole class increases by 1 year. This age of the class teachers is:

A)31 years
B) 60 years
C) 61 years
D) 65 years

Question 3: The average of first 100 natural number is :

A) 100
B) 50
C) 50.5
D) 55

Question 4: The average of first 50 odd natural numbers is

A) 50
B) 55
C) 51
D) 101

Question 5: The average of first 99 even numbers is :

A)9999
B) 100
C) 9801
D) 9009
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