Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Quantitative Aptitude for IBPS PO Mains 2016


Hello Students! We've introduced  "25 Days Study Plan for IBPS PO Mains 2016". By following this plan you can study and prepare better in a more disciplined way. We'll cover all type of questions that are asked in Bank PO exam. So, follow this dedicated post for the QUANT Section. 

Today is DAY 22 of the study plan and in Quantitative Aptitude today’s chapter is Data Interpretation - Caselet

Directions (1-5): Read the information given and answer the following questions accordingly.

Not surprisingly the growth of the hotel industry is driven by the increase in the number of people using hotels and the increase in per person use of the hotel. In 2004, it is expected that there will be 200 million hotel users in India or about 20 per cent of the population will generate Rs. 50 billion in hotel revenues. Industry revenues should expand from Rs. 50 billion to Rs. 150 billion by 2008, while the number of users should grow to over 560 million or to about half the population of India in the same period. 

Q1.  What is the estimated population of India in 2004? 
(a) 98 crore 
(b) 100 crore 
(c) 110 crore 
(d) 115 crore 
(e) None of these

Q2. What will be the simple average growth rate of population of India in the given period 2004-2008?  
(a) 2%
(b) 3%
(c) 4%
(d) 4.5%
(e) None of these

Q3. What will be the growth in percentage of users in India by 2008?  
(a) 100%
(b) 150%
(c) 180%
(d) 200%
(e) None of these

Q4. What will be the percentage growth of the revenues of the hotel industry in the given period?  
(a) 200%
(b) 230%
(c) 260%
(d) 300%
(e) None of these

Q5. It is believed that if 50% of the population of any country can afford hotel-use, it is economically developed. Can we say that India will be a developed country by 2007?  
(a) Yes 
(b) No 
(c) Cannot say 
(d) Data inadequate 
(e) None of these

Directions (6-12): Read the information given and answer the following questions accordingly.

Bihar and Orissa are the most deprived states of India. While they contain one-fifth of India’s population, they have almost one-third of India’s illiterates. In 1998, only a small fraction of Orissa and Bihar’s population was literate versus 85 per cent of Kerala’s population. More than two-thirds of the births are not attended by any medical facility, 1/10th of the infants born in Orissa and Bihar die in infancy and an equal number before reaching the age of five. Almost 90 per cent of the under five deaths are due to malnutrition.
     From amongst the lucky kids who have survived for the first five years, 1/3rd of them work as child labourers and only half of the remaining are sent to school. Of those who attend classed, only 40 per cent are able to reach Std V. In India, 30 per cent of the children under 16 work as labourers. Orissa and Bihar contain 1/3rd of the child labourers in India. India has the largest population of child labourers, which is 1/15th of its total population. 
     In Orissa and Bihar, out of 100 children enrolled in school, 32 are girls. And out of 100 who attend Std X, only 10 are girls. Only 38 out of 100 Indian women are literate versus 57 per cent of males. Even in wealthy states such as Punjab, girls suffer from malnutrition seven times more than boys do. The total population of the country was 90 crore in 1998 and the ratio of male to female in India was 10 to 9.     
Q6. According to the information provided, what percentage of the infants in Orissa and Bihar attend Std V?  
(a) 11.33
(b) 10.66
(c) 13.33 
(d) 12.33 
(e) None of these

Q7. The number of child labourers in India in 1998 are:  
(a) 15 crore 
(b) 16 crore 
(c) 12 crore 
(d) 6 crore 
(e) None of these

Q8. The Orissa and Bihar, out of 100 born, approximately how many children work as child labourers? 
(a) 27
(b) 32
(c) 13
(d) 38
(e) None of these

Q9. What percentage of girl children enrolled in school reach Std X in Orissa and Bihar?   
(a) 10%
(b) 32%
(c) 60%
(d) Insufficient data  
(e) None of these
Q10. In 1998, the literates in Kerala exceed the literates in Orissa and Bihar by:  
(a) 30%
(b) 35%
(c) 27%
(d) Insufficient data 
(e) None of these

Q11. The number of literates in India in 1998 is:  
(a) 16.2 crore 
(b) 27 crore 
(c) 43.2 crore 
(d) Insufficient data 
(e) None of these

Q12. The number of illiterates in Orissa and Bihar in 1998 is almost: 
(a) 18 crore 
(b) 13.2 crore 
(c) 15.6 crore 
(d) Insufficient data 
(e) None of these

Directions (13-15): Read the information given and answer the following questions accordingly.
AMS, Inc. is the leader in selling ideas universe wide but its maximum revenue comes from three principal planets only, viz. Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Further, it has three products, viz. CSP, CC and CP. In a particular year, the number of units sold had a distribution as follows: The number of units of CCs sold on Mars was 12 per cent of the number of units of CPs sold on Earth. The number of units of CPs sold on Jupiter was 1000. Total number of CC units sold was 2600. Total number of CP units was 200 higher than that of the total number of units of CCs sold. The number of units of CSP sold on Mars was 10 per cent of the number of units of CP sold on Jupiter. The number of units of CSP sold on Earth was 2000. The number of units of CC sold on Earth was 15 per cent of the number of units CSP sold on Jupiter. 
     The prices of the units on the different planets were as follows: 
Earth → Rs. 15 per unit 
Mars → Rs. 10 per unit 
Jupiter →  Rs. 8 per unit 
     The number of units of CSP sold on Jupiter was 300. 
     The number of units of CP sold on Earth was 600. 

Q13. The number of units of CC sold on Jupiter is: 
(a) 1520
(b) 2483
(c) 3423
(d) 600 
(e) None of these

Q14. The revenue generated on Earth is greater than that generated on Jupiter by about  
(a) Rs. 8000
(b) Rs. 9000
(c) Rs. 10,000
(d) Cannot be determined 
(e) None of these

Q15. The overall revenue generated is the highest from  
(a) CSPs 
(b) CP
(c) CCs
(d) Can’t be determined 
(e) None of these


 






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