Quantitative Aptitude for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Mains: 27th September 2018

Dear Students,
Numerical Ability or 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 Quantitative Aptitude quiz to help you practice with the best of latest pattern questions.


Directions (1-5): Table given below shows the distribution of vehicles of two companies (Suzuki and Bajaj) sold by five sellers. In this some are two wheelers and remaining are four wheelers. Study the data carefully and answer the following question.

Q1. Total four wheelers of company Suzuki sold by B is what percent more than total two wheelers of company Bajaj sold by C?
(a) 35%
(b) 37.5%
(c) 40%
(d) 45%
(e) 50%

Q2. Total vehicles sold by D and E together of Bajaj is how much more than total vehicles sold by C and D together of Suzuki.
(a) 900
(b) 850
(c) 800
(d) 750
(e) 700

Q3. Average number of two wheelers of Suzuki sold by A, B and C together is how much more than average number of two wheelers of Suzuki sold by D and E together.
(a) 200
(b) 225
(c) 250
(d) 300
(e) 350

Q4. Four wheelers of Suzuki sold by C is what percent more than the same type of vehicles sold by C of Bajaj?
(a) 40%
(b) 200/3%
(c) 100/3%
(d) 60%
(e) 163/3%

Q5. Find the total number of vehicles of Bajaj sold by A & B together?
(a) 12,760
(b) 11,420
(c) 10,290
(d) 11,920
(e) 11,240

Q6. P, Q and R enter into a partnership and invested some amount. After one year, P double its investment, Q increase its investment by 33 1/3% and R increase its investment by 20%. In the third year P and Q withdraw their investments and S joins the partnership with R. After three year they got profit in the ratio of 12 : 14 : 17 : 8 (P : Q : R : S). If difference between initial investment of Q and R is 1150. Then Find out the total initial investment made by P and S together?
(a) 12100
(b) 14400
(c) 13800
(d) 15000
(e) None of these

Q7. A and B together can do a work in 10 days. C can destroy the same work in 28 days. A and B started the work and work for 12 days simultaneously and C started with them for destroying the work for same 12 days. After that A and C leave and B complete the remaining work in 4 days in how many days A alone can complete the same work. 
(a) 71/3 days
(b) 23 days
(c) 20 days
(d) 15 days
(e) 70/3 days

Q8. A salesman sold a grinder at 10% discount at mark price. He found that he earns a profit of 50/3% but instead of calculating profit on cost price he calculates it on the sum of cost price and selling price. If cost price of grinder is 1350 then find out the mark price. 
(a) 2100
(b) 2300
(c) 1890
(d) 1500
(e) 2400

Q9. A boat travel 75 km downstream and take same time as it travels 60 km in upstream. Speed of boat in downstream is what percent of the speed of boat in still water.
(a) 1000/9%
(b)  225/2%
(c) 113%
(d) 140%
(e) None of these

Q10. Interest earned on an amount at 11% rate in simple interest for 4 years equal to the interest earn when same amount invested at some interest in a scheme with C.I. for 2 years. If Interest earned in C.I. for 3 years is 10920 then find out the initial amount invested.
(a) 9200
(b) 10500
(c) 15000
(d) 11000
(e) None of these

Directions (11-15): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in following questions?
Note: You are not required to calculate the exact value.

Q11. (24.89 ×( (12.02)^1.998+ 5.975)) ÷ 15.0201) + 46.93% of 700.24= ?
(a) 580
(b) 680
(c) 497
(d) 307
(e) 790

Q12. ? = 79.96% of 29.01% of (98.96 × 119.979 + 30.08 × 4.02)
(a) 2084
(b) 2684
(c) 3784
(d) 1126
(e) 2784




Q15. 9.98% of 5707.97 × 24.89% of 120 – 20.08% of 1699.99 × 44.899 = ?
(a) 1830
(b) 1560
(c) 1710
(d) 1430
(e) 1980


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