# 1st January IBPS Clerk Quant Quiz

Quantitative Aptitude is the most dreaded subject among the aspirants. If one has to sail through any prestigious exam, quant is the ineluctable hitch. Due to the rising difficulty bar and complexity of questions, it has become necessary for students to be ahead of the examination pattern. Practicing from a different variety of questions can help you sail through any competitive exam. As IBPS Clerk Mains exam is approaching shortly, to help you tackle this section, Adda247 is providing you  daily quizzes of Quantitative Ability  with the number of updated questions on a daily basis to keep you updated with the difficulty level and types of questions that may be asked in the exam. So practice with the different types of questions to be in the race.

Q1. If the difference between number of boys and number of girls in IT department is 3, then find the total number of students studying in CSc in the college.
(a) 625
(b) 725
(c) 615
(d) 680
(e) 700

Q2. Total number of boys in ECE and Civil together is what times of the difference between girls in CSc and girls in electrical?
(a) 4
(b) 5
(c) 6
(d) 8
(e) 4.5

Q3. If total number of boys in mechanical are 108% more than total no. of girls in mechanical, then find the difference between boys in mechanical and girls in mechanical?
(a) 50
(b) 255
(c) 155
(e) None of these

Q4. If 25% of the girls of mechanical change their department from mechanical to CSc, then the new number of girls in CSc is how much more than boys in CSc. (Given that there are 192 boys in electrical department)
(a) 160
(b) 150
(c) 175
(d) 195
(e) 208

Q5. Find the total number of students in the college, if in annual exams 45% of the total boys passed, 32% of the total girls passed, while a total of 2150 students passed.
(a) 5100
(b) 5500
(c) 5000
(d) 6000
(e) 5250

Directions (Q6-10): In the following questions three statements either A, B and C or I, II and III are given. You have to use your knowledge of mathematics to answer which statement(s) is/are sufficient to answer the question.

Q6. What is the age of Ravi?
A: Four years ago, Raju was as old as Ravi is at present.
B: Rita’s present age is two times of Raju’s present age.
C: The average age of Ravi and Rita is 19 years.
(a) A is sufficient to give answer
(b) Any two statements are sufficient to give answer
(c) All of three statements are necessary to give answer
(d) Even using all the three statements answer cannot be found.
(e) Only C is sufficient.

Q7. What is the cost price of wrist watch?
A: Shopkeeper gives 20% discount on a speaker.
B: The marked price of wrist watch is 25% more than that of speaker.
C: The shopkeeper earns a profit of 10% after selling the speaker.
(a) Any two of them are sufficient
(b) All the three statements are required
(c) Only C is sufficient.
(d) Even using all statements, answer cannot be found
(e) Only A is sufficient

Q8. What is the total quantity of milk in final mixture of milk and water after adding some milk ?
A: 68 liters of initial mixture has ratio of milk and water as 11:6.
B: A certain amount of milk is added to this mixture to make the ratio of water to milk as 6:13.
C: Selling the mixture at a certain rate, 35 % profit is obtained.
(a) Any two of them is sufficient
(b) Only A and B are sufficient
(c) All the three statements are required
(d) Answer cannot be found even using all the three statements
(e) Only B and C are required

Q9. The speed of a train A and time taken by it to cross a tunnel is known. Find length of tunnel.
A: Another train B is running in opposite direction to A with a speed 40% more than A.
B: Train B crosses a platform X and a pole in 24 sec and 8 sec respectively before crossing the train A and tunnel.
C: The ratio of length of train A and platform X is 3 : 5.
(a) Only A and B are sufficient.
(b) Only B and C are sufficient
(c) Even using all the three statements answer cannot be found.
(d) All the three statements are required.
(e) Only B is sufficient

Q10. In how many ways 2 green balls can be chosen from box ‘A’ which contains red, green and black balls?
A: Ratio of total number of balls in boxes A and B is 2 : 3 and box A contains 5 green balls.
B: Total balls in box B is 18 while ratio of red and black balls in box A is 3:4.
C: Box ‘B’ contains 5 red 7 black and 6 green balls only while ratio of red and green balls in box ‘A’ is 3:5.
(a) Statement A and either B or C are sufficient
(b) Any two statements are sufficient
(c) All the three statements are required
(d) Statement B and either A or C are sufficient
(e) None of these

Directions (11-15): What value should come in place of (x) in the following questions?

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