Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for SBI PO/CLERK Mains: 19th July 2018

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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for SBI PO/CLERK Mains: 19th July 2018

Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for SBI PO/Clerk Mains 2018    

Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude Section is getting complex and convoluted every year. The questions asked in this section are calculative and very time-consuming. One needs to fight tooth and nail to get a desirable score in this section. Once dealt with proper strategy, speed, and accuracy, this section can get you the maximum marks in the examination. Following is the Quantitative Aptitude quiz to help you practice with the best of latest pattern questions for SBI PO and SBI Clerk Mains Exam. Not only this, these quizzes will also prove propitious for the upcoming Bank of Baroda Exam. Now, pull up your socks, it’s time for Blood, sweat and tears. This quiz is according to the SBI PO/Clerk Study Mains Preparation Study Plan and with the help of this 25 Days Plan you’ll cover all important topics for Data Interpretation and Analysis section of Mains.

Q1. Three cooks have to make 80 idlis. They are known to make 20 pieces every minute working together. The first cook began working alone and made 20 pieces having worked for sometimes more than three minutes. The remaining part of the work was done by the second and the third cook working together. It took a total of 8 minutes to complete the 80 idlis. How many minutes would it take the first cook alone to cook 160 idlis for a marriage party the next day?
(a) 16 minutes
(b) 24 minutes
(c) 32 minutes
(d) 40 minutes
(e) 36 minutes

Q2. An woman goes to visit the house of some friend whom she has not seen for many years. She knew that besides the two married adults in the household, there are two children of different ages, But she does not knew their genders. When she knocks on the door of the house, a boy answers. What is the probability that the younger child is a boy?
(a) 2/3
(b) 1/2
(c) 1/3
(d) 1/4
(e) 3/4

Q3.  According to the 2001 census, the population growth rate of Lucknow is going to be an increasing AP with first year’s rate as 5% and common difference as 5%, but simultaneously the migration, rate is an increasing GP with first term as 1% and common ratio as 2. If population on 31 December 2000 is 1 million, then find in which year will Lucknow witness its first fall in population?
(a) 2005
(b) 2006
(c) 2007
(d) 2008
(e) 2004

Q4. There are four hotels in a town. If three men check into the hotels in a day, then what is the probability that all of them do not check into the same hotel? 
(a) 15/16
(b) 63/64
(c) 3/64
(d) 1/16
(e) 17/64

 Q5. If a leap year is selected at random, what is the chance that it will contain 53 Mondays? 
(a) 1/7
(b) 3/7
(c) 2/7
(d) 1/3
(e) 4/5

Directions (6-10): What will come at the place of question mark in the following questions? (You are not expected to find exact value)

Q8. 59.97% of 849.97 – 38.98% of 599.98 = ?
(a) 276
(b) 225
(c) 256
(d) 295
(e) 246



Q (11- 15): The following bar graph indicates the population of three different villages in 5 years.


Q11. What is the ratio between no of males of village X & Y together in 1992 to the total population of village Z in 1995?
(a) 3 : 7
(b) 7 : 9
(c) 11 : 9
(d) 9 : 7
(e) 13: 15

Q12. Which of the following villages shows continuous decrease in their population over the years?
(a) Y
(b) Z
(c) X
(d) X & Y
(e) All of the above

Q13.Total number of males in village Z over the given years is approximately what percent of total number of females in villages X over the given years?
(a) 176 %
(b) 150 %
(c) 194 %
(d) 245 %
(e) 142 %

Q14. No of males from all villages in 1993 & 1994 is approximately what percent more or less than the no of females of village Y in same years?
(a) 135 % less
(b) 141 % less
(c) 135 % more
(d) 141 % more
(e) 165 % more

Q15. Find the difference between the average of females from villages X and average population of villages Z over the entire years?
(a) 63,100
(b) 82,500
(c) 65,600
(d) 70,000
(e) 46,300





      

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