#### AVERAGE MCQs

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**Rashid buys 3 books for Rs. 16 each and 4 books for Rs. 23 each. What will be the average price of the books?**

A. Rs. 22

B. Rs. 18

**C. Rs. 20**

D. Rs. 21

**Tax Inspector-18 (Lhr)**

**How many miles does a car travel if it averages at the rate of 35 miles/hour for 3 hours and 24 minutes?**

A. 109

B. 110

C. 112

**D. 119**

♦ Credit To: **Samar Ali**** ♦**

**The average of 8 numbers is 12. If each number is increased by 2, the average of the new set of numbers:**

A. Remains same

B. Increases by 1

**C. Increases by 2**

D. Decreases by 2

♦ Credit To: **Imran Gill**** ♦**

**Rashid buys 3 books for Rs. 16.00 each and 4 books for Rs. 23.00 each. What will be the average price of books?**

A. Rs. 18.00

**B. Rs. 20.00**

C. Rs. 22.00

D. Rs. 24.00

♦ Credit To: **Saud Aziz**** ♦**

**The daily maximum temperature in Lahore for seven consecutive days in May 2017 was 42.7**^{o}C, 44.6^{o}C, 42.0^{o}C, 39.1^{o}C, 43.0^{o}C, 42.5^{o}C and 38.5^{o}C. Find the average daily maximum temperature.

**A. 41.77 ^{o}C**

B. 42.63

^{o}C

C. 39.60

^{o}C

D. 45.65

^{o}C

♦ Credit To: **Saad-ul-Ullah** **♦**

**In Murree, total rainfall in 4 days was recorded as 120 mm. What is the average rainfall in each day?**

A. 28 mm

B. 40 mm

C. 33 mm

**D. 30 mm**

♦ Credit To: **Danish Nadeem**** ♦**

**The average of five consecutive even numbers starting with 4 is:**

A. 7.5

**B. 8**

C. 6

D. 7

♦ Credit To: **Danish Nadeem**** ♦**

**Sum of few quantities is 425. If 85 is the average of the quantities, then find the total number of quantities are:**

A. 7

B. 6

**C. 5**

D. 8

♦ Credit To: **Munawar Khan**** ♦**

**Ahmad paid a bill of Rs. 415 in the first month, Rs. 535 in the second month and Rs. 455 in the third month. The average amount of bill for each month is:**

**A. 468.33**

B. 422.57

C. 413.32

D. 397.23

♦ Credit To: **Abdul Sajid**** ♦**

**Average =**

A. Product of quantities / Sum of quantities

**B. Sum of quantities / No. of quantities**

C. No. of quantities / Product of quantities

D. No. of quantities / Sum of quantities

♦ Credit To: **Ahsan Ikram**** ♦**