Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for IBPS Clerk Prelims: 10th October 2018

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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for IBPS Clerk Prelims: 10th October 2018


Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for IBPS CLERK 


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.




Q1. A boat takes 6 hours more time to cover upstream distance of 48 km than that in downstream. If speed of current is 2 km/hr, then speed of boat in still water is:
8 km/hr
6 km/hr
10 km/hr
4 km/hr
12 km/hr
Solution:


Q2. A train crosses another stationary train in 18 sec. The same train crosses a running bike in the same direction with a speed of 54 km/hr in 20 sec. If speed of train is 25 m/sec then what is the length of stationary train ? (length of bike compare to train is negligible)
250 m
200 m
300 m
150 m
350 m
Solution:


Q3. Two pipes P and Q can fill a cistern in 18 min. and 24 min. respectively. They start filling together and after 6 min. Pipe Q gets closed. In how much time the whole tank will be filled ?
15 min
12.5 min
13.5 min
10.5 min
13 min
Solution:


Q4. Ravi takes 2 hours more time in swimming in upstream than Rishabh swimming in downstream between two points A and B. If speed of Ravi and Rishabh in still water is 4 km/hr and 6 km/hr respectively and speed of current is 1 km/hr then find the distance between A and B.
10.5 km
9 km
8.5 km
11.5 km
12.5 km
Solution:


Q5. In how many ways 4 girls and 4 boys can be seated around a square table such that either boys or girls seat at corners?
1052
1152
576
2304
96
Solution:
Directions (6-10): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series ? 
Q6. 64, 128, 92, 220, 148, 404, ?
260
276
296
332
336
Solution:


Q7. 439, 778, 1456, 2812, ? , 10948
5524
5454
5624
5426
5245
Solution:
Pattern is +339×1, +339×2, +339×4, +339×8, +339×16
∴ ? = 2812 + 339 × 8 = 5524

Q8. 156, 468, 780, ? , 1404, 1716
1096
1092
1290
9610
1219
Solution:
Pattern is +312, +312, +312, +312…..
∴ ? = 780 + 312 = 1092

Q9. 172, 283, ? , 838, 1282, 1837
615
505
485
344
550
Solution:
Pattern is +111×1, +111×2, +111×3, +111×4
∴ ? = 283 + 111 × 2 = 505

Q10. 8, 12, ? , 88, 356, 1784
28
32
27
24
36
Solution:
Pattern is ×1+4, ×2+4, ×3+4, ×4+4, ×5+4…………
∴ ? = 12 × 2 + 4 = 28

Directions (11-15): In the following table the percentage of male and female of four different cities of UP with their total population in five different years is given. Rest population is of children. Observe the table carefully to answer the following questions. (Don’t treat children as male or female.) 


Q11. What is the total number of male in the year 2010 from all cities ?
4.2 lakhs
3.47 lakhs
3.65 lakhs
3.75 lakhs
3.74 lakhs
Solution:


Q12. Find the ratio of male to that of the female of Kanpur in 2011.
8 : 11
7 : 9
9 : 10
10 : 9
11 : 8
Solution:


Q13. What is the average number of children in the year 2009 from Jhansi and Lucknow ?
8500
7500
6500
10500
5500
Solution:


Q14. The total number of male from Jhansi and Kanpur together is what percent of total number of female from the same cities together in the year 2008?(approximately)
107 %
110 %
116 %
120 %
104 %
Solution:


Q15. Find the total number of children from all the four cities in the year 2011.
34,500
35,000
37,500
30,000
35,800
Solution:


               






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