# Data Sufficiency Questions for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Exam 2017

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**Quantitative Aptitude Questions for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Exam 2017**

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**Data Sufficiency Questions.**You should try to do it within 19-20 Minutes. If you fail to complete it in stipulated time, then try again with full force. These

**Data Sufficiency Questions**are very important from exam point of view like IBPS RRB Exam, IBPS PO and IBPS Clerk.

**Q1. To find out the share of Y out of Rs 1820, which of the following statements is/are sufficient/necessary?**

**A. The share of X is 1.8 times the combined share of Y and Z.**

**B. The share of Y is3/11 of the combined share of X and Z.**

**C. The share of Z is 1/6of the combined share of X and Y.**

(a) Statements A and B together are sufficient

(b) Statement A and C together are sufficient

(c) Statements B and C together are sufficient

(d) Either statement B alone or statements A and C together are sufficient

(e) None of these

**Q2. A sum of money Rs 2550 is to be distributed among Knahiya, Varun and Rajneesh. What will be the share of Varun?**

**A. Knhiya’s share is 1.5 times Varun’s share.**

**B. Rajneesh’s share is half the share of Knahiya and Varun together.**

**C. The share of Knahiya is Rs 340 more than Varun.**

(a) Either A and B together or A and C together are sufficient

(b) Only A and B together are sufficient

(c) Only A and C together are sufficient

(d) All statements are required

(e) Even all together are not sufficient

**Q3. To find the temperature on Monday which of the following information is sufficient?**

**A. The average temperature for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday was 38° C.**

**B. The average temperature for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday was 43° C.**

**C. The temperature on Tuesday and Thursday was 45° C each.**

(a) Only A and B are sufficient

(b) Only B and C are sufficient

(c) A and either B or C are sufficient

(d) C and either A or B are sufficient

(e) All the three together are sufficient

**Q4. What is the ratio of the ages of Ravina and Shivani?**

**A. 6 years ago their ages were in the ratio 3 : 4.**

**B. After 2 years the younger one’s age will be 85% that of the older.**

**C. The sum of their ages is three less than twice the age of the older.**

(a) Only A and C

(b) Any two of them

(c) Only A and B

(d) All together are required

(e) Any one of them is required

**Q5. The ratio between the present ages of the son and his father is 1 : 3. Find the present age of the father.**

**A. Difference between the present ages of the mother and her son is 22 years.**

**B. Difference between the present ages of the father and his son is 26 years.**

**C. The present age of mother is 4 years less than thrice the present age of her son.**

(a) Only A and C together

(b) Either B alone or A and C together

(c) Any two of them

(d) All statements are required

(e) Question can’t be answered even after using all the information

**Q6. P, Q and R secured 45%, 50% and 60% marks respectively in Biology. T’s marks in Biology are10 more than P’s marks and 20 less than R’smarks. Find out the total marks of the four students.**

**A. For the students, total marks allotted for Biology is 800.**

**B. Total of T’s and P’s marks is 190.**

**C. R has obtained 120 marks.**

(a) A and B are sufficient

(b) Only C is sufficient

(c) Either A and B together or C alone is sufficient

(d) All together are necessary

(e) All A, B and C even together are not sufficient

**Q7. What will be the ratio between Ramesh’s and Anand’s ages after 7 years.**

**A. The ratio between their present ages is 7 : 8.**

**B. The difference between their ages after eight years will be 5 years.**

**C. Four years ago the ratio between their ages was 5 : 7.**

(a) B only

(b) C only

(c) Any two of the three

(d) A, B and C are all required

(e) None of these

**Q8. What fractional part of the total strength of a high school did participate in a blood donation camp?**

**A. One-third of the boys participated in the camp.**

**B. Half of the girls participated in the camp.**

**C. The difference between the two participation groups is 40% of the no. of boys who participated in the camp.**

(a) A and B are sufficient

(b) All statements are necessary

(c) All even together are not sufficient

(d) Any two statements are sufficient

(e) A and B or B and C are sufficient

**Q9. The cost of three pencils, four erasers and five paperweights is Rs 28. What is the cost of an eraser?**

**A. The cost of a paperweight is 25 paise less than that of the pencil and eraser together.**

**B. The cost of ten paperweights and 8 erasers is Rs 42.50.**

**C. The cost price of a pencil is 80% more than that of an eraser.**

(a) Any two of them

(b) Either B alone or A and C together

(c) Any of them

(d) All statements are required

(e) None of these

**Q10. X, Y and Z secured 45%, 50% and 60% marks respectively in Biology. W’s marks in Biology is**

**12.5 more than X’s marks and 4 less than Z’s marks. Find out the individual marks of four students.**

**A. For the students total marks obtained for Biology is 311.5.**

**B. Total of W’s and X’s marks in Biology is 147.5.**

**C. Z has obtained 84 marks.**

(a) A and B together

(b) Only C

(c) A and either B or C

(d) All together

(e) None of the above

**Q11. What is the cost of 3 chairs, 4 tables and 5 benches?**

**A. The ratio of the cost of a chair and table is 3 : 8.**

**B. The ratio of the cost of a bench and a table is 5 : 3.**

**C. The cost of one chair and two tables is Rs 6000.**

(a) A and B together are sufficient

(b) B and C together are sufficient

(c) Any two statements are sufficient

(d) All together are necessary

(e) All even together are not sufficient

**Q12. A company has two kinds of employees—supervisors and clerks. The total monthly salary of the employees is Rs 285000. What is the total number of employees in that company?**

**A. The ratio of the no. of supervisors to that of clerks in the company is 4 : 5.**

**B. The total monthly salary of all the supervisors is 28% more than that of clerks.**

C. 20% of the clerks’ monthly salary is Rs 25000.

(a) Only A and B together

(b) Only A and C together

(c)Only C

(d) All statements are required

(e) Question can’t be answered even after using all the information

**Q13. What is the share of Milan in the profit after the end of December 1998?**

**A. He has invested Rs 35,000 after 5 months of investing the money by Pravin.**

**B. Pravin has started business by invsting Rs 30,000 in February 1998.**

**C. Pravin got a profit of Rs 4400.**

(a) Only C is sufficient

(b) All together are necessary

(c) A and C together are sufficient

(d) B and C together are sufficient

(e) All even together are not sufficient

**Q14. Ritwik, Rohit and Dheeraj invest some money and buy a photocopy machine. They share the earnings in proportion to the amount invested by them. What is the share of Ritwik in the earning?**

**A. Total earning on one particular day is Rs 1496.**

**B. Rohit gets Rs 102 more than Ritwik and Rs 68 less than Dheeraj.**

**C. The earning of Rohit and Dheeraj together is Rs 1088.**

(a) Only A and C

(b) Any two of them

(c) Only A and B

(d) All together are required

(e) Any one of them

**Q15. P, Q and R together invested an amount of Rs 42000 in the ratio of 4:3:7 for different periods of time. What was the amount of profit earned by them individually at the end of one year?**

**A. They invested for periods in the ratios of 1:2:1.**

**B. R’s profit is Rs 5500 less than Q’s investment.**

**C. Total amount of profit at the end of one year is Rs 8800.**

(a) Only A and B together

(b) Only A and C together

(c) A and either B or C

(d) All statements are required

(e) Question can’t be answered even after using all the information

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