# Indian Army Clerk Maths Online Test – Important Question

**Indian Army Clerk Maths Online Test – Important Question(Army Clerk Exam Ki Taiyari): **The most important section in the clerk written exam in which most of the candidates struggle a lot is Maths. Since the syllabus is vast there is a lot to study. The maths section carries 10 questions out of 25 that are asked in the first part. All those candidates who are preparing for the clerk post should know that it is important to practice maths daily along with the previous year paper and sample paper. With regular practice and hard work, you can achieve anything.

See also- Indian Army Clerk Written Exam Syllabus, Pattern, Marking Scheme

Here we are with some important questions of maths for Indian army clerk with full the explanation that has been collected from previous year paper. Now, you can give this online test of Maths and prepare yourself for the written exam. All the questions that are mentioned below are selected from exam point of view.

Along with maths you can also practice for- Indian Army Clerk General Knowledge(GK) Online Test

## Indian Army Clerk Maths Online Test – Important Question(क्लर्क एग्जाम की तैयारी)

**Q 1.**The product of two numbers is 216 and their HCF is 3, what is their LCM?

**Q 2.**A man buys a toy for Rs.100 and sells it for Rs.150. Then his gain percent is

**Q 3.**In how many years will Rs.7500 double at 8% simple interest?

**Q 4.**Express 63 km/h into m/s

**Q 5.**A fruit seller had some apples.He sells 40% apples and still has 420 apples.How many apples he had originally?

**Q 6.**If 2994/14.5 = 172, then 29.94/1.45 =?

**Q 7.**The angle of elevation of a ladder leaning against a wall is〖60〗^0 and the foot of the ladder is 4.6m away from the wall. The length of the ladder is

**Q 8.**The average of 20 values is 18. If 3 is subtracted from each of the value, then the new average will be

**Q 9.**The length of a tunnel, which a train 90 m long, travelling at 48 km/h, can cross in 21 s is

**Q 10.**What percentage is 390 g of 1 kg 500 g?

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