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### Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for IBPS PO Mains

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): The following table shows number of students who applied for the various posts for UPSSSC from six different cities of UP having different qualifications. Study the table carefully and answer the questions that follow.
Note: In table some data are missing. Find the missing data first if it is required in any question and then proceed.

Note: No. of students having different qualifications is independent from each-other Don’t treat any student may have more than one qualification unless it is not mentioned in questions.

Q1. If only 10th pass students are eligible for group-D exam, then total number of students who applied for group-D exam from Barabanki is what percent of total number of students who have qualification of degree from Meerut and Jhansi together? It is given that total number of students from Barabanki who applied for various posts in UPSSC is 95,500.
Q2. If only degree holders are eligible for Revenue Inspector post, then find the average number of students who have applied for revenue inspector post from all the cities together.
26,750
28,450
27,850
28,750
27,580
Q3. According to UPSSSC, only those candidates who have qualification of both (12th + Diploma) qualification can apply for the post of Junior Engineer then find the total number of students who has applied for the post of JE from all the cities together. It is given that the number of students who have (12th + Diploma) qualification from Aligarh is 45% of number of students from Barabanki having same qualification.
90,400
87,500
95,400
Can’t be determined
1,30,200
Solution:
= 24000+54600+16400+12000+12400+ 45% of 24000
= 130200

Q4. If number of students having (10th + Diploma) qualification from Meerut is 25% more than that from Aligarh having same qualification, then total number of students having (10th + Diploma) from these two states is what percent of total number of students having (10th + Diploma) from all the six cities together? It is given that total number of students from Aligarh having (10th + Diploma) qualification is 10,000
Q5. If total number of students having 12th qualification from Allahabad is 100% more than that from Ghazipur and Jhansi together having same qualification, then what is the total number of students having 12th qualification from Allahabad. It is given that the ratio of number of students from Ghazipur and Jhansi having 12th qualification is 8 : 7 and total number of students having 12th qualification from all the cities is 85,700.
36,000
45,000
24,000
54,000
32,000
Direction (6-10): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?

Q6. (– 251 × 21 × – 12) ÷ ? = 158.13
250
400
300
15
18
Q7. [(130)² ÷ 25 × 15] ÷ 30 = ?
352
314
326
338
426
Q8. (6.5% of 375) – (0.85% of 230) =?
23.42
24.24
21.64
25.76
22.42
Solution:
? = 24.375 - 1.955
= 22.420

Q9. ?² + (14)² × 18 ÷ 6 – 1029 = 80 × (12-7)
25
841
729
27
29
Solution:
?²- 441 = 80 × 5
⇒ ? = √841
⇒ ? =29

Q10. (4444 ÷ 40) + (645 ÷ 25) + (3991 ÷ 26) = ?
280.4
290.4
295.4
285.4
258.5
Solution:
? = 111.1 + 25.8 + 153.5
= 290.4

Q11. In a school there are 1800 students. Last day except 4% of the boys all the students were present in the school. Today except 5% of the girls all the students are present in the school, but in both the days no. of students present in the school, were same. The no. of girls in the school is:
1200
800
1000
600
None of these
Q12. Abhay gets commission on total sales at 9%. If the sales is exceeded Rs. 10,000 he gets an additional commission as bonus of 3% on the excess of sales over Rs. 10,000. If he gets total commission of Rs. 1380, then the bonus he received is :
Rs. 180
Rs. 120
Rs. 480
Data insufficient
None of these
Q13. A man suffered 20% loss on first investment and made 10% profit at second investment and 12 ½% profit on the third investment. If the invested amount be in the ratio of 4 : 5 : 3 find his profit percentage.
0.375%
0.50%
0.625%
0.75%
None of these
Q14. Speed of a faster train is 100 km/hr and it takes 3 minutes rest after covering each 75 km distance while the slower train is running at the speed of 50 km/hr and it takes 1minute rest after covering each 25 km distance. Find the distance travelled by the slower train in the time in which faster train travels 600 km distance?
520 km
307.5 km
460 km
325 km
None of these
Q15. Two men P and Q start swimming towards each other from the deep end and shallow end respectively of a swimming pool in funicity. They start their swimming simultaneously in the length of 300 m pool. The ratio of the their speeds is 1 : 2 respectively. Each swimmer rests for 6 seconds once he reaches the other end and starts swimming back. Where will they meet for the second time in the still water of swimming pool ?
30 m from the shallow end
at the shallow end
at the deep end
can’t be determined
None of these
Solution:
Ratio of their speeds = 1 : 2
It means deep end’s man reaches at shallow end in double time as compared to shallow end’s man. When shallow ends man reaches at deep end, deep end’s man reaches at centre of the required distance.
Again, when deep end’s man reaches at shallow end, shallow end man also reaches at its original point in same time.
So, second time they will meet at shallow end.

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