# IBPS RRB Clerk Quantitative Aptitude Quiz: 09th August 2019

**IBPS RRB Quantitative Aptitude Quiz**

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Note: There are some missing data in the table given above. If there is any requirement of these missing data in any question, find them and then proceed.

**Q1. What is the average number of good mobiles manufactured by company in the years 2001, 2003 and 2004 together if total number of good mobiles manufactured by company in the year 2003 was 273 lakhs?**

295 lakhs

261.83 lakhs

323.67 lakhs

421.37 lakhs

442.17 lakhs

**Q2. If the bad mobiles in the year 2001 were**

**of bad mobiles in the year 2002, what is the total number of good mobiles in the years 2001 and 2002 together?**

431 lakhs

475 lakhs

435 lakhs

525 lakhs

None of these

**Q3. Number of good mobiles in 2005 was 11.5 lakh more than that of in the year 2004, then what was the total number of bad mobiles in the year 2005?**

94 lakhs

125 lakhs

85 lakhs

98 lakhs

None of these

**Q4. What is the ratio of number of good mobiles in the year 2004 to the number of good mobiles in the year 2006?**

1151 : 1751

1391 : 2153

127 : 175

1270 : 1751

None of these

**Q5. The number of bad mobiles manufactured in year 2001 are approximately what percent more or less than the number of bad mobiles manufactured in the year 2003? (Use the missing data found in Q1. If required)**

27% less

53% less

42% more

53% more

42% less

**Q6. The base of a triangluar field is three times of its altitude. If the cost of cultivating the field at Rs 50 per hectare be Rs 675, find its base and height.**

900 m , 300 m

350 m , 850 m

750 m , 450 m

875 m, 325 m

None of these

**Q7. A shopkeeper sells notebooks at the rate of Rs. 55 each and earns a commission of 5%. He also sells pencil box at the rate of Rs. 70 each and earns a commission of 15%. How much amount of commission will he earn in one week if he sells 20 notebooks and 10 pencil boxes a day?x**

Rs. 1,250

Rs. 1,480

Rs. 1,120

Rs 1,590

None of these

**Q8. What is the area of the hall if the Material cost of flooring per**

**is Rs. 250 while labour cost of flooring the hall is Rs. 3500 and the total cost of flooring the hall is Rs. 14500?**

40

48

45

44

50

**Q9. A watch is sold at a profit of 20%. If both the cost price and the selling price of the watch are decreased by Rs 100, the profit would be 25%. Original cost price of the watch is**

Rs 450

Rs 500

Rs 550

Rs 600

None of these

**Q10. There are two circles of different raddi. The area of a square is 196 sq. cm, whose side is half of the radius of the larger circle. The radius of the smaller circle is three-seventh that of the larger circle. What is the circumference of the smaller circle?**

12Ï€ cm

16Ï€ cm

24Ï€ cm

32Ï€ cm

None of these

**Directions (11-15): Two equations I and II are given below in each question. You have to solve these equations and give answer**

**Q11.**

if x>y

if x≤y

if x≥y

if x=y or no relation can be established

**Q12.**

if x<y

if x>y

if x≤y

if x≥y

if x=y or no relation can be established

**Q13.**

if x>y

if x≤y

if x≥y

if x=y or no relation can be established

**Q14.**

if x>y

if x≤y

if x≥y

if x=y or no relation can be established

**Q15.**

if x>y

if x≤y

if x≥y

if x=y or no relation can be established

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