# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For IBPS Clerk Mains: 2nd January 2019

**Dear Students,**

If talked about banking exams, Quant Section is considered to be one of the most difficult sections and so, gives heebie-jeebies to many. The questions asked in this section are calculative and very time-consuming and if you do not practice it well, it can make your blood run cold during the exam. The

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**Directions (1 -5): Data given below shows number of persons travel in three type of vehicles (car, bus and train) from three cities (X, Y and Z) on a particular day.**

**•**32% of travelers of city X travel by car. Out of remaining 25% travel by bus and remaining by train. Number of persons who travel by car from city Y is 25% more than the persons travelling by car from city X. Ratio of no. of persons who travel by train from city X to that from city Y is 3 : 4. Total number of persons who travel form city Y is 40% more than that of city X.

**•**Number of persons who travel by car from city Z is 24% of the person who travel by bus and train together from city Y. Total number of persons who travel from city Z is 62.5% of persons who travel from city X. Number of person who travel from city X by bus and train together is 472 more than no. of person who travel from city Z by bus and train together.

**Q1. What will be the minimum number of cars required so that total no. of person who travel by car from city X can travel, if maximum 4 people can sit together in a car?**

128

256

384

512

640

**Q2. Find the difference between the total travellers from city Y to total travellers from city X**

520

560

600

640

680

**Q3. Number of persons who travel by train from city Y is what percent more than number of persons who travel by train from city X.**

**Q4. Number of person who travel by train from city Z is 20% more than number of person who travel by bus from same city. Find the number of person who travel by train from city Z.**

280

336

300

360

356

**Q5. Find the average number of person who travel by car from all cities together?**

460

486

512

538

564

**Directions (6-10): Calculate the approximate value of given questions:**

**Q6.**

6

1

7

5

4

**Q7.**

187

177

167

157

147

**Q8.**

18

24

28

26

14

**Q9.**

20

16

24

28

30

**Q10.**

20

28

32

36

24

**Q11. A hemispherical bowl of radius ‘R’ is melted to form four spheres of radius ‘r’. Find relation between their radii?**

2R = r

R = 2r

R = 3r

4R = 3r

2R = 3r

**Q12.A circle is inscribed in a square. If the difference between area of the square and circle is 262.5 cm², then find the area of the rectangle whose perimeter is same as that of circle while length of rectangle is 20% more than the breadth of rectangle (in cm²)**

1500

1400

700

750

3000

**Q13. 5 inlet pipes (same capacity) can fill a tank in same time in which 3 outlet pipes (same capacity) can empty it. If 2 inlet and one outlet pipe is opened for first minutes and 5 inlet and 2 outlet pipe open for 2nd minute and process continues till tank is completely filled in 30 minutes. Find the time in which 2 outlet pipe can empty the completely filled tank.**

9 minute

12 minutes

6 minutes

10 minutes

15 minutes

**Q14. A cylinder whose height is equal to its radius is full of milk. Its milk is poured into a hemi spherical bowl of same radius as of cylinder and remaining milk is poured into another hemi-spherical bowl of same volume as of previous one. What percentage of the volume of second hemispherical bowl remained empty?**

40%

66⅔%

33⅓%

50%

100%

**Q15. In a house , there is a semicircular corridor, a circular hall and a circular garden. Sum of perimeter of corridor and hall is 102 m.If radius of hall is 50% more than radius of corridor then find area of circular garden, given radius of garden is 300% more than sum of radius of corridor and radius of hall together.**

6300Ï€ sq.m

5400Ï€ sq.m

5700Ï€ sq.m

4200Ï€ sq.m

4900Ï€ sq.m

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