# Quantitative Aptitude for IDBI Executive Exam 2018: 8th March 2018

**Dear Students,**

**Quantitative Aptitude Questions for IDBI Executive Exam**

Quantitative Aptitude Section has given heebie-jeebies to the aspirants when they appear for a

**banking examination.**As the level of every other section is only getting complex and convoluted, there is no doubt that this section, too, makes your blood run cold. The questions asked in this section are calculative and very time-consuming. But once dealt with proper strategy, speed and accuracy, this section can get you the maximum marks in the examination. Following is the quiz on**Quantitative Aptitude to help**you practice with the best of latest pattern questions.**Directions (1-5): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.**

Profit (in lakhs) made by six shopkeepers over the 6 months of year 2016.

**Q1. What is the ratio of profit earned by shopkeepers Kapil and Avinash together in month of May to that of Prakash and Tanmay together in month of August ?**

(a) 81/80

(b) 9/10

(c) 80/81

(d) 70/81

(e) 97/81

**Q2. What is the approximate increase in the profit of shopkeeper Rishabh in the month of May over the previous month ?**

(a) 1.8%

(b) 3.2%

(c) 1.4%

(d) 2.4%

(e) 4%

**Q3. What is the average profit (in lakhs) earned by Tanmay in the third quarter of the year ?**

(a) 7.8

(b) 6.9

(c) 7.5

(d) 8.2

(e) 6.8

**Q4. Which shopkeeper earns maximum profit in the third quarter of the year ?**

(a) Kapil

(b) Avinash

(c) Tanmay

(d) Prakash

(e) None of these

**Q5. If the total sells of the Prakash in month April is worth Rs. 1.8 million, then what is his approximate profit percent in the same month?**

(a) 65%

(b) 45%

(c) 30%

(d) 42%

(e) 34%

**Directions (6-10): Given below is the line graph which shows the number of students who applied for SSC CGL and IBPS bank PO exams over different years.**

**Q6. What is the ratio of students who applied for SSC CGL in 2013, 2015 and 2016 together to the students who applied for IBPS PO in 2012, 2013 and 2017 together.**

(a) 35 : 41

(b) 27 : 20

(c) 22 : 34

(d) 51 : 32

(e) 43 : 53

**Q7. If in year 2014, 20% of students who applied for IBPS PO also applied for SSC CGL then the number of students who apply only for SSC-CGL are what percent of number of students who apply only for IBPS PO in year 2014.**

**Q8. If number of students who apply for SSC CGL in 2011 are 100/3% less than students who apply for SSC CGL in 2012 then, number of students who apply for SSC CGL in 2011 are what percent of number of students who apply for IBPS PO in 2015.**

(a) 30%

(b) 25%

(c) 35%

(d) 40%

(e) 50%

**Q9. What is the difference between average of students who apply for SSC-CGL over all years and average of students who apply for IBPS-PO over all years. (approximately)**

(a) 3.5L

(b) 4L

(c) 3L

(d) 2.5L

(e) 2L

**Q10. If 45% of students who apply for SSC-SGL in 2015 are girls and ratio of girls who applied for SSC CGL in 2015 to the girls who applied for IBPS PO in 2017 is 4 : 5 then find the number of boys who applied for IBPS PO in 2017.**

(a) 8L

(b) 7L

(c) 9.5L

(d) 4L

(e) 3.75L

**Directions (11-15): Given below is the table which shows the total number of car in 5 different states, percentage of cars in good condition and number of cars in bad condition.**

**Note**: Total cars = cars in Good condition + car in Bad condition + others

**Q11. What is the difference between ‘other’ types of car in state B and E together and cars in bad condition from state A and D together.**

(a) 10500

(b) 9500

(c) 8000

(d) 8500

(e) 9000

**Q12. If 3/8 of cars in good condition, 2/5 of cars in bad condition and 1/6 of cars of other type from state A are driven by females then percentage of cars driven by females in state A is**

(a) 35%

(b) 40%

(c) 32%

(d) 42%

(e) 38%

**Q13. What is the difference of average of cars in bad condition from state A, B and D together and average of other types of car from state B, C and E together**

(a) 5000/3

(b) 6200/3

(c) 4850/3

(d) 6500/3

(e) 6700/3

**Q14. What is the ratio of cars in good condition from state A and B together to the cars in good condition from state D and E together.**

(a) 77:100

(b) 87:100

(c) 100:77

(d) 97:100

(e) 100:87

**Q15. What is the average of cars in good condition from all states taken together**

(a) 76800

(b) 65300

(c) 66280

(d) 72300

(e) 75000