100 Average Questions in Hindi PDF
Hello friends, today we are sharing 100 Average Questions in Hindi PDF for SSC CGL/CHSL/IBPS/SBI and other central and state government Exams. Answers of all Average Questions are explained in detail in a simple and easy method with short tricks. Practice all Questions to enhance you preparation and score high in upcoming exams. Download links are given below:
Average Questions for Practice
The average of 17 results is 60. If the average of first 9 results is 57 and that of the last 9 results is 65, then what will be the value of 9th result?
Correct Answer: 78
The average of 3 consecutive even numbers is A. If next 5 even numbers are added, then what is the average of these 8 numbers?
1) A + 3
2) A + 4
3) A + 5
4) A + 7
Correct Answer: A + 5
A batsman makes a score of 111 runs in the 10th match and thus increases his average runs per match by 5. What will be his average after the 10th match?
Correct Answer: 66
What is the average of all numbers between 9 and 90 which are divisible by 8?
Correct Answer: 52
The average of 5 members of a family is 24 years. If the youngest member is 8 years old, then what was the average age (in years) of the family at the time of the birth of the youngest member?
Correct Answer: 20
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