Dear Aspirants,

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 the profit percentage earned by five different stores on five different products. Study the table carefully to answer the following questions.

Note: In table, some data are missing. Find these data if they are required in any question and then proceed.

Q1. If cost price of Soan papdi at Hira sweets is 25% more than cost price of Soan papdi at Nathu sweets. Find profit earned by Nathu sweets on Soan Papdi if selling price of soan Papdi at Nathu sweets is 80% of that of Hira sweets
35%
40%
45%
30%
24%
Solution:

Q2. If average of profit percentage earned on Kaju Laddu by all the five stores is 23%. Find the percentage profit earned by Nathu sweets on kaju Laddu.
16%
36%
26%
28%
32%
Solution:

Q3. If ratio of cost price of Kaju Butter by The Royal sweet to Laxmi sweets is 3:5. Find the ratio of selling price of kaju Butter by The Royal sweet to Laxmi sweets.
25 : 49
9 : 11
77 : 125
72 : 125
125 : 77
Solution:

Q4. If ratio of cost price of Kaju Laddu to Punjabi tadka for Hira Sweets are 2:5. Find profit percent on Kaju laddu and Punjabi Tadka together by Hira Sweets.
21 (3/7)%
11 (5/8)%
25%
27%
33 (1/3)%
Solution:

Q5. If cost price of one kg of orange Burfee by Nathu sweets, Jagat Ram sweets and Laxmi sweets was Rs. 450, 480 and 360 respectively the find total profit earned by these three stores together on Orange Burfee (in Rs.)
Rs. 603
Rs. 206
Rs. 306
Rs. 406
Rs. 340
Solution:

Q6. Three pipes A, B and C can fill together a tank in 6 hours. After working together for 2 hours, C is closed, and A and B can fill the remaining part in 7 hours. The number of hours taken by C alone to fill the tank is:
10 hours
12 hours
14 hours
16 hours
18 hours
Solution:

Q7. Two pipes P and Q can fill a cistern in 12 and 15 minutes respectively. If both are opened together and at the end of 3 minutes, the P is closed, find the total time in which cistern will be filled?
11 (1/4) minutes
8 (3/4) minutes
13 (2/3) minutes
8 (1/2) minutes
15 minutes
Solution:

Q8. Manoj can do ⅓rd of a work in 8 days while Vijay can do ⅔rd of the same work in 5 days. Manoj and Vijay started the work together and on every second day, they are assisted by Anjay whose efficiency is ¾th of Vijay. Find the time taken by all of them to complete the work.
4 (4/7) days
5 (1/2) days
5 (1/7) days
4 (1/2) days
5 days
Solution:

Q9. Two pipes can fill a tank in 16 and 14 hours respectively. Both pipes are opened simultaneously but it is found that due to leakage in the bottom of the tank it takes 32 minutes extra for the tank to be filled. Find the time in which tank can be emptied if it is full and both pipes are closed.
114 h
90 h
100 h
112 h
105 h
Solution:

Q10. A and B working together can do a work in 9 days while B and C working together can do the same work in 12 days. If A works for 4 days and B works for 6 days, then the remaining work is completed by C in 9 days then find in how many days C will complete the whole work working individually.
16 days
12 days
10 days
20 days
18 days
Solution:

Direction (11-15): Simplify the following problems and find the value of (?).

Q11.

1838
1883
1683
2021
1388
Solution:

Q12.
410
120
210
310
190
Solution:

Q13.
12215
11736
9736
10736
13376
Solution:

Q14.
851.7
85.17
8.517
8517.7
751.7
Solution:

Q15.
438
544
534
435
634
Solution:

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