**Numbers- Aptitude Questions and Answers | Online Numbers MCQ Aptitude Test**

Quiz Name | Numbers |

Category | Reasoning |

Number of Questions | 30 |

Time | 30 Minutes |

Exam Type | MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) |

**1.**Which of the numbers below is not a prime number?

a. 31

b. 61

c. 71

d. 91

**2.**What does (112 x 5 TO THE POWER 4) equal?

a. 67000

b. 70000

c. 76500

d. 77200

**3.**The fact that (232 + 1) is totally divisible by a whole number is assumed. This number is totally divisible by which of the following numbers

a. (2 TO HE POWER 16+ 1)

b. (2 TO THE POWER 16 - 1)

c. (7 x 22 TO THE POWER 3 )

d. (2 TO THE POWER 96 + 1)

**4.**What is the smallest number that may be added to 1056 to make the total divisible by 23?

a. 2

b. 3

c. 18

d. 21

**5.**What does 1397 x 1397 equal?

a. 1951609

b. 1981709

c. 18362619

d. 2031719

**6.**How many of the integers 264, 396, 462, 792, 968, 2178, 5184, 6336 are divisible by 132?

a. 4

b. 5

c. 6

d. 7

**7.**(935421 multiplied by 625) =?

a. 575648125

b. 584638125

c. 584649125

d. 585628125

**8.**What is the largest four-digit number that is exactly divisible by 88?

a. 9944

b. 9768

c. 9988

d. 8888

**9.**Which of the numbers below is a prime number?

a. 33

b. 81

c. 93

d. 97

**10.**In (6374)1793 x (625)317 x (341491), what is the unit digit?

a. 0

b. 2

c. 3

d. 5

**11.**5358 multiplied by 51 equals?

a. 273258

b. 273268

c. 273348

d. 273358

**12.**The first five prime numbers add up to:

a. 11

b. 18

c. 26

d. 28

**13.**1365 is the difference between two numbers. We obtain 6 as the quotient and 15 as the remainder when we divide the larger number by the smaller. What is the smaller of the two numbers?

a. 240

b. 270

c. 295

d. 360

**14.**432 = 14. (12)3 x 64 =?

a. 5184

b. 5060

c. 5148

d. 5084

**15.**72519 multiplied by 9999 =?

a. 725117481

b. 674217481

c. 674217481

d. 696217481

**16.**The smallest whole number in place of * if the number 517*324 is completely divisible by 3 is:

a. 0

b. 1

c. 2

d. None of these

**17.**What is the smallest three-digit prime number?

a. 101

b. 103

c. 109

d. 113

**18.**Which of the following numbers is divisible by 11 exactly?

a. 235641

b. 245642

c. 315624

d. 415624

**19.**9999 = 19. (?) - 19657 - 33994

a. 63650

b. 53760

c. 59640

d. 61560

**20.**Let x - 53651 = 9999 33994 be the answer. Then x = 9999 + 53651 = 63650 ——- 53651. The first 45 natural numbers add up to:

a. 1035

b. 1280

c. 2070

d. 2140

**21.**Which of the numbers below is divisible by 24?

a. 35718

b. 63810

c. 537804

d. 537804

**22.**753 x 753 + 247 x 247 - 753 x 247 =? 753 x 753 x 753 + 247 x 247 x 247

a. 1/1000

b. 1/506

c. 253/500

d. None of these

**23.**31111 = 23. (?) + 3699 + 1985 - 2047

a. 34748

b. 27474

c. 30154

d. 27574

**24.**If the integer 481 * 673 is totally divisible by 9, the smallest whole number that can be substituted for the * is:

a. 2

b. 5

c. 6

d. 7

**25.**In the numeral 32675149, the difference between the local value and the face value of 7 is

a. 75142

b. 64851

c. 5149

d. 69993

**26.**A positive proper fraction and its reciprocal have a 9/20 difference. This is the percentage:

a. 3/5

b. 3/10

c. 4/5

d. 4/3

**27.**We obtain 29 as the residual when we divide a number by 56. What is the leftover when dividing the same number by eight?

a. 4

b. 5

c. 6

d. 7

**28.**If n is a natural number, (6n2 + 6n) must be divisible by:

a. 6 only

b. 6 and 12 both

c. 12 only

d. by 18 only

**29.**107 x 107 + 93 x 93 =? 29. 107 x 107 + 93 x 93 =?

a. 19578

b. 19418

c. 20098

d. 21908

**30.**When (6767 + 67) is divided by 68, what is the remainder?

a. 1

b. 63

c. 66

d. 67

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