To clear Government Exams, candidates must practice the most frequently appearing questions of different sections of the exam. Logical & Mathematical Reasoning section tests the candidates’ ability to think and problem solving skills. The questions asked in this question are mainly the math teasers and sometimes can be quite tricky to answer. It covers both Analytical and Mathematical Reasoning topics. So, in this Online Quiz, we have compiled the most important Logical & Mathematical Reasoning Question Bank that have maximum chances to come this year in Government Exams.

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### #1. If 56 x 11 = 9, 37 x 13 = 6, 42 x 12 = 3 then find the value of 87 x 77 = ?

### #2. If 84 x 13 = 8, 37 x 13 = 6, 26 x 11 = 6 , then 56 x 22 = ?

### #3. The number which is neither prime nor composite is ……. .

### #4. If David’s age is 27 years old in 2011. What was his age in 2003?

### #5. A clock strikes once at 1 o’clock, twice at 2 o’clock, thrice at 3 o’clock and so on. How many times will it strike in 24 hours?

### #7. The number of 3-digit numbers divisible by 6, is ………….. .

### #8. What is the remainder of 21 divided by 7?

### #9. The number of 3-digit numbers divisible by 6, is ………….. .

### #10. Nil is 23 years 1 month old, Shelly is 18 years 7 months old and Ben is as much older than Shelly is younger than Nil. The age of Ben is ……. .

### #11. How many pillars are needed to costruct a bridge of 300 metre long, if pillars. are at a distance of 12 ½ metres each

### #12. A clock strikes once at 1 o’clock, twice at 2 o’clock, thrice at 3 o’clock and so on. How many times will it strike in 24 hours?

### #13. What is 1004 divided by 2?

### #14. If 5 boys take 7 hours to pack 35 cartoons, then how many boys can pack 65 cartoons in 3 hours?

### #15. 0.05 × 0.09 × 5 = ………. .