# IQ Contest, Daily, Weekly & Monthly IQ & Mathematics Competitions

#### Question No 1

Inspector is to Inspection as General is to:

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 2

Find odd man out

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 3

2^2^2^2^0 = ?

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 4

The ages of Ashley and Marry are in the ratio 4:7. The sum of their ages is 22. Find the difference between their ages ?

Solution!
A/M=4/7
7A+4M=0 .......eq (1)
A+M=22...........eq(2)
By solving equation :
A=8, M=14
14-8=6

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#### Question No 5

In following questions, one term in number series is incorrect.
Find out the incorrect number
1236, 2346, 3456, 4566, 5686

Solution!
The first digits of the numbers from the series 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
the second digits from the series 2, 3, 4, 5,6;
the third digits from the series 3, 4, 5, 6;
while the last digit in each of the numbers is 6.
So, 5686 is wrong and must be replaced by 5676..

#### Question No 6

In alphabet series, some alphabets are missing which are given in that order as one of the alternatives below it. Choose the correct alternative.
a _ c _ abb _ a _ bc _ bc _ ab

Solution!
The series is abccab / bcaabc / abccab.
Obviously, the pattern abccab / bcaabc is repeated.
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#### Question No 7

The average of 5 consecutive even numbers is 34. What is the difference between the highest and lowest number.

Solution!
Let's 5 consecutive even numbers are:
2, 4, 6, 8, 10.
Lowest term is 2 and highest is 10
10 - 2 = 8
So, difference of 8 will remain the same in the consecutive series numbers.
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#### Question No 8

Which number is odd one out 30 , 34 , 48 , 12 , 54 , 72

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 9

The angle between hour hand and minute hand of a clock at 1:30 is:

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 10

21 fishes are in a pond. 9 of them died. Now how many fishes are there in pond?

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 11

_a_ b_ abaa _ bab _ abb

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 12

Complete the sequence: 1 , 4 , 3 , 16 , 5 , 36 , 7 , ?

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 13

Pick the odd one out

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 14

Father in law of Aliya's mother's sister's daughter's husband is _____ of Aliya:

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 15

The speed of swimmers along with the flow of river is 40 km per hour and against the flow of river is 20 km per hour.
What would be the speed of swimmer in still water?

Solution!
Speed of swimmer =1 x[ downstream speed plus extreme speed]/2
=[42+22]/2
=32
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#### Question No 16

How old am I if 400 reduced by 2 times my age is 200?

Solution!
400 - 2 x age= 200
2age= 400-200
Age=200/2
Age=100
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#### Question No 17

B is to Y as D is to

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 18

70.36, 80.42, 90.48, __ 110.60?
Find the missing.

Solution!
Two different series before decimal after decimal.
Before decimal: difference of 10.
After decimal : difference of 6.
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#### Question No 19

The present age of lewis and Brown are in ratio 1:2. Three years from now, the ages will in ratio 3:5. Find the age of lewis after five years?

Solution!
Let's present age
Lewis =l
Brown=b
l/b=1:2
l-2b=0
After three years
l+3/b+3=3:5
5l-3b=6
l=6
b=12
After 5 years
l=11
b=17
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#### Question No 20

In a ship provisions are sufficient for 700 men for 50 days. How long  will these be sufficient for if  there would have been 200  more men?

Solution!
Let provision be sufficient for 200 men for x days
As men and days are inversely proportional to each other so,
X/50=700/1000
X=700/1000*50
X=35
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#### Question No 21

Which option is correct for result 49 ?

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 22

Brag: grab::____:drab

Solution!
Brag is the palindrome of grab,and drab is the palindrome of bard..

#### Question No 23

Sushil was thrice as old as Snehal 6 years back. Sushil will be time as old as Snehal 6 years hence. How old is Snehal today.

Solution!
let Snehal's age 6 years back =x
content, sushil's age 6 years back = 3x
(5 / 3)( x + 6 + 6 = (3 x + 6 + 6)
so 5 (x + 12 )= 3(3 X + 12)
so x = 6, Sanaya age = x+ 6
years = 12 years
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#### Question No 24

John has 30 Marbles ,18 of which are red and 12 of which are blue. Jane has 20 Marbles all of them either red or blue. If the ratio of the red Marbles to the blue Marbles is the same for both John and jane, then John  has how many more blue marbles than Jane?

Solution!
John marble ratio:
18 :12
3: 2
Jane Marbles are also with the same ratio as john.
Red: blue.    total

3:       2.       20
3 X + 2 x = 20 = > 5 x = 20= >X = 4
2 X = 2( 4 )= 8 blue marbles
John have: 12 - 8 = 4 blue Marbles than jane
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#### Question No 25

Which word means the same as distinct?

Solution!
If something is distinct it is distinguishable  or seperate..

#### Question No 26

A is the father of C.But C is not his son.
E is the daughter  of C.F is the spouse of A.
B is the brother C.D is the of B.
G is the spouse of B.H is the father of G.
Who is the son of F?

Solution!
B is the son of  A  and F is the spouse  of A. So, B is the son of F..

#### Question No 27

In following alphabet series , one term missing as shown by question mark . Choose missing term from options.
A, Z, X, B, V, T, C, R, ?, ?

Solution!
The first, fourth and seventh letters are in alphabetical order. So, tenth letter would be the letter after C  i.e. D. Also, the second and third letters are alternate and in reverse order and so are the fifth and sixth letters and the eighth and ninth letters.
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#### Question No 28

What comes next in the following series:
6, 11, 21, 36, 56, ?

Solution!
6
6+5=11
11+10=21
21+15=36
36+20=56
56+25=81.

#### Question No 29

A car moves 4 km and then turns left and moves 3 km. Total displacement will be:

Solution!
No explanation available for this question..

#### Question No 30

Chameleon, Crocodile, Alligator, Locust