IBPS PO Mains Quantitative Quiz
Quantitative Aptitude is a nerve-racking section especially in the main examination. The intense practice is required to balance Speed with respect to accuracy. The IBPS PO Mains Study Plan 2019 consists of quantitative aptitude quizzes based on the latest pattern. Moreover, various shortcut tricks & tips have been provided in solutions by experts. Bankeradda will provide daily quizzes for practice as the IBPS PO Mains is scheduled for 30th November 2019. So practice to sail through IBPS PO Mains Exam.
Directions (1-5): Pie-chart shown below shows percentages of markers sold by six sellers.
Table shows ratio of three type of marker out of total markers sold by different sellers. Study the data carefully and solve the following questions.
Q1. Seller ‘A’ fixed his selling price of markers at 40% above the cost price but at the time of selling he gave 40%, 20% and 10% discount on X, Y and Z respectively. Find the total profit or loss percentage if cost price of all the markers is same?
Q2. Selling price of each of X, Y and Z markers are same for seller E and F and total S.P. of X, Y, Z sold by E is Rs.47250. Find the total S.P. of all the markers sold by F if E kept the SP of each X, Y, Z marker in the ratio 1 : 1.5 : 3.
Q3. Seller ‘C’ sold all the markers for a certain sum and there was a loss of . Had it been sold for Rs.9000 more, there would have been a gain of 11 1/9%. If seller ‘C’ wants to earn 20% profit then what would be the total S.P. of Y marker if S.P. of each marker is in the ratio 2 : 3 : 4 respectively.
(e) Rs. 14250
Q4. There are two customers, Satish and Veer. Seller ‘B’ sells 60% of X marker to Satish, and remaining to Veer, B also sells 40% of Y marker to Satish and remaining to veer. Find the S.P. of each Y marker if Satish and Veer pays Rs.8370 and Rs.9180 for X and Y marker together respectively.
Q5. Out of six sellers, which seller sells maximum number of X type of marker?
Directions(6-7).Ankur & Shubham can do a piece of work in 64 days together and Shubham & Kartik can do the same work in 72 days together. First 22 days Ankur & Shubham work together, after that Ankur left the work and Kartik joined Shubham. Kartik and Shubham work for next six days, after that Shubham left the work and remaining work complete by Kartik & Anup in 30 more days. Efficiency of Anup is 75% more than efficiency of Kartik.
Q6. Kartik and Anup work for x days, Ankur and Shubham work for next days, If remaining work complete by Prabhat in 6 more day. Prabhat will do, what portion of total work in (x+12) days?
Q7. Ankur and Shubham start work alternatively and work for y days. After that Kartik and Anup replace them and work for next days alternatively. of total work still remain, which complete by Abhimanyu in 9 more days. Find if Abhimanyu work for (y+16) days, then in how many days remaining work will be completed by Anup and kartik? (y is divisible by 4)
Directions(8-9): Three partners Abhishek, Neeraj and Aniket enter into a partnership business with the capitals in the ratio of 3 : 5 : 8. After four month Abhishek, Neeraj and Aniket added Rs. 6000, Rs. 9000 and Rs. 12000 respectively, after next four months Abhishek and Aniket withdraw Rs. 5000 and Rs. 8000 respectively and Neeraj added additional Rs. 6000.
Q8. Two persons Ankur and Saurabh enter in a business. Ankur invested capital 6000 more than what Abhishek invested for first four month and Saurabh invested what Aniket invested for last four months. If Ankur and Saurabh got profit share after one year in the ratio of 15 :28, then find the investment of Neeraj for last four months?
(a) 24000 Rs.
(b) 18000 Rs.
(c) 16000 Rs.
(d) 30000 Rs.
(e) 36000 Rs.
Q9. Amir and Mayank started a business in partnership. Amir investment for six months is Rs. 6000 more than what Neeraj invested for first four months and Mayank invested for eight months, Rs. 2000 less than what Aniket invested for first four months If Mayank got profit share of Rs. 15400, out of total profit Rs. 22750 then find the investment of Amir is how much less than investment of Mayank?
(e) 232000 Rs.
Directions (10-11): Abhishek bought some chairs and tables from a shopkeeper. The marked price of a chair and a table were in the ratio 5 : 8. The shopkeeper gave discounts of 20% and 25% on the chair & the table respectively. The ratio of number of chairs and tables bought by Abhishek is 6 : 5.
Q10. If Abhishek sells each chair and table bought by him at discounts of 25% and 20% respectively after marking up the prices of both by 50% and gives one table free for every four chairs bought by a customer and only 2/3 rd of the total chairs are sold in bunch of four chairs, then what is the net profit /loss % made by Abhishek after selling all of the items which he bought from the shopkeeper?
Q11. If the marked price of a table set by the shopkeeper was Rs.300 more than that of a chair and the total expenditure made by Abhishek in purchasing the chairs and table from the shopkeeper was Rs.108000, then how many chairs were purchased by Abhishek?
Directions (12-15): What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following question ?
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