Word Problems Mathematics For Entry Test Of PPSC, FPSC, NTS, PMS, CSS And Other Test Systems
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Majority of candidate can not do well in entry tests and fail. Thousands of students appear in entry test with the hope of starting their professional studies but do not succeed. What is the reason of this failure?
Majority of the students are quite confused about the nature and paper pattern of the entry test. They also find difficulty in managing their given time in solving different questions. They need guidance and enough practice before appearing in the entry test.
Here is solved Mcq’s related to MathematicsPortion. Each has near to 50 Mcq’s which are related to basics. Answer of these Mcq’s is given with each Mcq.
Word Problems Mathematics Questions
1. 
If 4 times x is equal to x increased by 2 then x= 
A. 
3?2 
B. 
2?3 
C. 
3 
D. 
2 
E. 
0 


Answer: Option B 
2. 
Jawads weekly salary is $70 less then Pashas which is $50 more than Marias. If Maria earns $280 per week how much does Jawad earn per week? 
A. 
$160 
B. 
$260 
C. 
$280 
D. 
$300 
E. 
$400 


Answer: Option B 
3. 
Nosheen painted 1/3 of her room with 5/2 cans of paint. How many more cans of paint will she need to finish painting her room? 
A. 
5?2 
B. 
3 
C. 
5 
D. 
10 
E. 
15 


Answer: Option C 
4. 
During a certain week a post office sold $280 worth of 14 cents stamps. How many of these stamps did they sell? 
A. 
20 
B. 
200 
C. 
2000 
D. 
20000 
E. 
none 


Answer: Option C 
5. 
The average of 5 numbers is 13. If the average of 4 of these numbers is 10 what is the fifth number? 
A. 
10 
B. 
25 
C. 
35 
D. 
40 
E. 
105 


Answer: Option B 
6. 
On a map a distance of 100 cm represents 5km. If a street is 750 m long what is its length in the map in cm? 
A. 
10 
B. 
15 
C. 
20 
D. 
35 
E. 
15000 


Answer: Option B 
7. 
If the sum of x y and z is twice the sum of x minus y and x minus z then x=? 
A. 
y+z 
B. 
3y+3z 
C. 
3y2 
D. 
2y+3z 
E. 
?yz 


Answer: Option A 
8. 
Sana has 100 dollars more than Reeha. After Sana spends 20 dollars on groceries she has 5 times as much money as Reeha has. How much money does Reeha has? 
A. 
$10 
B. 
$15 
C. 
$20 
D. 
$30 
E. 
$35 


Answer: Option C 
9. 
In a class there are 27 students. If there are 7 more girls than boys in the class how many students are girls? 
A. 
15 
B. 
17 
C. 
20 
D. 
23 
E. 
25 


Answer: Option B 
10. 
Madiha is n years old. Samee is 6 years younger than Madiha and 2 years older than Javid. What is the sum of the ages of all the three? 
A. 
3n+14 
B. 
3n 
C. 
14 
D. 
3n14 
E. 
3n/14 


Answer: Option D 
11. 
If a man earns $ 200 for for his first 40 hours of work and is paid 3/2 times his regular hourly rate for every additional hour. How many hours must he work to make $300 in a week? 
A. 
40 
B. 
44 
C. 
53.33 
D. 
54 
E. 
54.33 


Answer: Option C 
12. 
In a Math test there were 60 problems which were to be done in 1 hour. A student completes 30 problems in 20 minutes how many seconds does he have as average for completing each of the remaining problems. 
A. 
50 
B. 
60 
C. 
80 
D. 
90 
E. 
100 


Answer: Option C 
13. 
Lilly took 5q pensils from a shop. If she gave q pencils to each of her 2 brothers. How many pencils will she have now? 
A. 
2q 
B. 
3q 
C. 
4q 
D. 
q 
E. 
3/q/q 


Answer: Option B 
14. 
The product of 3 and n is equal to 2 less than m. Which of the following is true? 
A. 
6nm2=0 
B. 
6n6=0 
C. 
3nm2=0 
D. 
3n+m2=0 
E. 
3nm+2=0 


Answer: Option E 
15. 
For a certain job Ahmed charges $ 12 an hour while Sana charges $6 an hour. If both worked the same amount of time together on a job how many hours did each of them work if their combined charges were $144? 
A. 
6 
B. 
7 
C. 
8 
D. 
8.3 
E. 
10 


Answer: Option C 
16. 
If three times x is equal to x decreased by y and y is three less than x then value of x is: 
A. 
2 
B. 
1 
C. 
?2/3 
D. 
1 
E. 
3?2 


Answer: Option D 
17. 
A painter charges Rs. 120 per hour and his son charges half of his charges. One day the son worked 2 hours more than father and thus they collectively earned Rs. 480. The time consumed by the son is: 
Answer: Option C 
18. 
The product of 3 and x is equal to the difference of 2x and y decreased by 2. Which of the following is true under the above conditions? 
A. 
x+y2=0 
B. 
3xy2=0 
C. 
3x+y2=0 
D. 
2x+2y4=0 
E. 
3xy+2=0 


Answer: Option A 
19. 
Anwar has twice as may cards as Akram has. If Anwar gives Akram 12 of his cards he will have half as many as Akram has. How many cards Anwar and Akram have together? 
A. 
36 
B. 
48 
C. 
60 
D. 
72 
E. 
none 


Answer: Option A 
20. 
The total fee of a group of adults and children is Rs. 13.5. Each childs fee is one half of each adults fee and adults fee is Rs.3. If there are three more children than adults in the group then the number of members of the group is: 
Answer: Option E 


21. 
Ahmad spent 2/3 of his savings on a used car and he spent 1/4 of his remaining savings on a new carpet. If the carpet costs him Rs. 250 then the amount spent by him on the car is: 

A. 
1000 
B. 
1200 
C. 
1500 
D. 
2000 
E. 
3000 


Answer: Option D 




22. 
If John gives Allen 6 dollars and Allen gives Frank 4 dollars the 3 boys have the same amount of money. How much more money does John have than Allen? 
A. 
3 
B. 
8 
C. 
9 
D. 
12 
E. 
6 


Answer: Option B 
23. 
A street vendor sells two types of newspapers one for 25 cents and the other for 40 cents. If she sold 100 newspapers for 28 dollars how many newspapers did she sell at 25 cents? 
A. 
80 
B. 
85 
C. 
90 
D. 
5 
E. 
100 


Answer: Option A 
24. 
A lending delivery charges c cents for the first week and f cents for each day over 1 week. What is the cost for taking out a book for d days where d is greater than 7? 
A. 
c+fd 
B. 
cd 
C. 
c+f(d7) 
D. 
7c+f(d7) 
E. 
cd+f 


Answer: Option C 
25. 
How many students are there in the class if 2 students remain after 4 rows of seats are filled and 9 students remain after 3 rows of seats are filled? 
A. 
6 
B. 
7 
C. 
10 
D. 
15 
E. 
30 


Answer: Option E 
26. 
In a 3 hour examination of 310 questions there are 50 math problems. If twice as much time should be allowed for each problem of math as for each of the other questions how many minutes should be spent on the math problems? 
A. 
45 
B. 
50 
C. 
62 
D. 
68 
E. 
72 


Answer: Option B 
27. 
Javaid can shovel a certain driveway in 50 minutes. If mohsin can shovel the same driveway in 20 minutes how long will it take them to shovel the driveway if they work together? 
A. 
12 
B. 
13 
C. 
14 
D. 
14.28 
E. 
18 


Answer: Option D 
28. 
If a man earns Rs. 500 for his first 40 hours of work in a week and is then paid double of his regular hourly rate. He earned Rs.600 in a week. How many hours he worked in that week: 
A. 
4 
B. 
5 
C. 
6 
D. 
40 
E. 
44 


Answer: Option E 
29. 
There are 40 minutes to solve a test of 60 questions. A student completes 20 questions in 20 minutes. He continues with the same speed and leaves the hall 10 minutes earlier. The number of questions solved by him is: 
A. 
20 
B. 
30 
C. 
40 
D. 
45 
E. 
60 


Answer: Option B 
30. 
If the sum of a b and c is twice the sum of a minus b and a minus c and the difference of a plus b and a minus c is 3 then value of a is: 
A. 
1 
B. 
1 
C. 
9 
D. 
10 
E. 
3 


Answer: Option E 
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