# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For Indian Bank PO Mains: 26th October

**Dear Students,**

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**Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for Indian Bank PO Mains**

**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**

*Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude***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 show the distribution of Pizzas of two companies (Domino’s and Pizza hut) sold by five sellers. In this some are veg- pizza and remaining are non- veg. Study the data carefully and answer the following question.**

**Q1. Total non-veg pizza of Dominos sold by Sameer is what percent more than total veg pizza of Pizza hut sold by Varun?**

35%

37.5%

40%

45%

50%

**Q2. Total pizza sold by Ankit and Kamlesh together of Pizza hut is how much more than total pizza sold by Varun and Ankit together of Dominos.**

900

850

800

750

700

**Q3. Average number of veg pizza of Dominos sold by Adarsh, Sameer and Varun together is how much more than average number of veg pizza of Dominos sold by Ankit and Kamlesh together.**

200

225

250

300

350

**Q4. Non- veg pizza of Dominos sold by Varun is what percent more than the same type of pizza sold by him of Pizza hut?**

**Q5. Find the total number of pizza of Pizza hut sold by Adarsh & Sameer together?**

12,760

11,420

10,290

11,920

11,240

**Q6. A, B and C enter into partnership with capital contribution with Rs. 25,000, 30,000 and 15,000 respectively. A is working partner and get 30% of profit for managing the business. The remaining profit is distributed in the respect of capital. At the end of a year A gets Rs. 200 more than that of B & C together then total profit is :**

2000

4000

3000

3750

None of these

**Q7. Out of the total number of students in a college 12% are interested in sports. 3/4 of the total number of students are interested in dancing. 10% of the total number of students are interested in singing and the remaining 15 students are not interested in any of the activities. What is the total number of students in the college ? (consider students have interest in only one field)**

450

500

600

cannot be determined

None of these

**Q8. Two ants start simultaneously from two ant holes towards each other. The first ant covers 8% of the distance between the two ant holes in 3 hours, the second ant covered 7/120 of the distance in 2 hours 30 minutes. Find the speed (feet/h) of the second ant if the first ant travelled 800 feet and meet the second ant.**

15 feet/h

25 feet/h

45 feet/h

35 feet/h

36 feet/h

**Q9. A manufacturer makes a profit of 15% by selling a colour TV for Rs. 5750 to retailer. If the cost of manufacturing increases by 30% and the price paid by the retailer is increased by 20%, find the profit percent made by the manufacturer.**

6(2/13)%

4(8/13)%

6(1/13)%

7(4/13)%

None of these

Solution:

Original Cost Price = Rs. 5000

New Cost Price = 1.3 × 5000 = Rs. 6500

Price paid by retailer = 1.2 × 5750 = Rs. 6900

Profit percentage = (400/6500) × 100 = 6(2/13) %

New Cost Price = 1.3 × 5000 = Rs. 6500

Price paid by retailer = 1.2 × 5750 = Rs. 6900

Profit percentage = (400/6500) × 100 = 6(2/13) %

**Q10. A train starts from Delhi at 6 : 00 AM and reaches Ambala Cantt at 10 AM. The other train starts from Ambala Cantt at 8 AM and reaches Delhi at 11 : 30 PM. If the distance between Delhi and Ambala Cantt. Is 200 km, then at what time did the two trains meet each other?**

8 : 56 AM

8 : 46 AM

7 : 56 AM

8 : 30 AM

None of these

**Directions (11-15): In each of these questions, two equations (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer**

**Q11.**

if x < y

if x ≤ y

if x = y or no relation can be established

if x > y

if x ≥ y

**Q12.**

if x < y

if x ≤ y

if x = y or no relation can be established

if x > y

if x ≥ y

**Q13.**

if x < y

if x ≤ y

if x = y or no relation can be established

if x > y

if x ≥ y

**Q14.**

if x < y

if x ≤ y

if x = y or no relation can be established

if x > y

if x ≥ y

**Q15.**

if x < y

if x ≤ y

if x = y or no relation can be established

if x > y

if x ≥ y

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