Age Questions Mathematics For Entry Test Of PPSC, FPSC, NTS, PMS, CSS And Other Test Systems
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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.
Age Questions Mathematics Questions
1. 
A mans age is three times his sons. In 15 years it will be double that of his sons. How old is the son now? 
A. 
30 
B. 
15 
C. 
45 
D. 
none 
Answer: Option B 
2. 
A sum of the present ages of a mother and daughter is 63. Three years back if the age of the mother was double that of the daughter then the present age of the daughter is: 
A. 
21 years 
B. 
24 years 
C. 
22 years 
D. 
15 years 
Answer: Option C 
3. 
The product of the ages of two class fellows is 24. If the greater fellow is 3/2 times the smaller one then the age of the smaller fellow is: 
Answer: Option C 
4. 
Meena is thrice as old as Sheraz. Fatima will be twice as old as Meena 6 years hence. Six years ago Sheraz was five years old. What is Fatimas present age? 
Answer: Option D 
5. 
Cs mother was four times as old as C ten years ago. After 10 years she will be twice as old as C is now. How old C is now? 
Answer: Option C 
6. 
A mothers age after 5 years will be twice the age of her daughter. The difference of their ages is 19. What is the age of mother? 
Answer: Option B 
7. 
The ages of X and Y are in the ratio 7:4. If the sum of their present ages is 55 then the age of X is: 
Answer: Option D 
8. 
The sum of the ages of a son and a father is 64. After 4 years the age of father will be three times that of his sons. The age of father is: 
Answer: Option B 
9. 
Ages of A and B are in ration 8:7. 27 years ago their ages were in the ration 5:4. The age of B is: 
Answer: Option A 
10. 
A father is 15 times older than his son. However 18 years later he will be only thrice as old as the son. What is the fathers present age? 
Answer: Option C 
11. 
Ten years ago a father was seven times as old as his son two years hence twice his age will be equalto five times his sons. What is the present age of son? 
Answer: Option E 
12. 
Ten years ago Akram was thrice as old as Aslam was but 10 years hence he will be only twice as old. What is Akrams present age? 
Answer: Option D 
13. 
20 years ago my age was 1/3 of what it is now what is my present age? 
Answer: Option A 
14. 
The sum of the present ages of A B and C is 90 years. 6 years ago their ages were in the ratio of 1:2:3. Cs present age is: 
Answer: Option D 
15. 
The average age of A and B is 20. If C were to replace A the average would be 19 and if B was replaced by C the average would be 21. The age of C is: 
Answer: Option C 
16. 
The ratio of the ages of two friends A and B is 3:2. However if the age of A is decreased by 10 and that of B is increased by 10 then the original ratio is reversed. Age of A is: 
Answer: Option C 
17. 
The sum of the ages of two children is 12 and their product is 32. The age of elder one is: 
Answer: Option D 
18. 
The ratio of As age and B age is 3:7 and the difference of their ages is 16 years. Find the age of B. 
A. 
25 
B. 
26 
C. 
27 
D. 
28 
E. 
29 


Answer: Option D 
19. 
Usman is 35 years older than his new born cousin. How old will the cousin be when his age is 1/6 that of Usmans? 
Answer: Option D 
20. 
Tina is twice as old as David. 15 years ago Tinas age was 5 times the age of David. What is the present age of Tina? 
Answer: Option C
Explanation: 
21. 
The present age of A is 45 years. 5 years ago the age of A was 5 times the age of his son B. How old is B now? 
Answer: Option C 
22. 
As age is 
Answer: Option B 
23. 
A father is 3 years older than 3 times the age of his son. If the sum of their ages is 31 years how old was father 3 years ago? 
Answer: Option A 
24. 
X is 4 times as old as y. 4 years ago X was 10 times as old as Y. What will be the ratio of their ages 6 years hence? 
A. 
5?2 
B. 
2?5 
C. 
5?4 
D. 
3?4 
Answer: Option A 
25. 
The ages of C and D are in 6:11 and E is 6 years younger than D. If the sum of ages is 134 then what is the age of D? 
Answer: Option D 
26. 
Kamals age is 1/6 of his fathers age. The fathers age will be twice of Kamals age after 10 years. If Kamals 8th birthday was celebrated 2 years ago what is Kamals present age? 
A. 
2 
B. 
3 
C. 
6? 
D. 
5 
E. 
none 


Answer: Option E 
27. 
3 years ago the average age of C and D was 18 years. With E joining them the average becomes 22 years. How old is E now? 
A. 
24 
B. 
27 
C. 
28 
D. 
30 
E. 
32 


Answer: Option A 
28. 
Bills age is 1/3 of mikes age who is 60% of James age. Torm is twice as old as Mike. What is the ratio of Bills age to Toms age? 
A. 
1?6 
B. 
1?3 
C. 
3?1 
D. 
3?2 
E. 
1?1 


Answer: Option A 
29. 
In 1975 A was thrice as old as B but in 1979 A was only twice as old as B was. How old was A in 1985? 
Answer: Option D 
30. 
If 
A. 
18 
B. 
24 
C. 
30 
D. 
54 
E. 
can not be determined 


Answer: Option D 
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