IBPS PO Prelims Quantitative Aptitude Quiz: 16th August 2019


IBPS PO Quantitative Aptitude Quiz

With the increasing level in exams, quantitative aptitude has become the ineluctable hitch. Generally, questions asked in this section are calculative and lengthy that consumes your time. This subject can do wonders if you always keep a check on your accuracy, speed and time. Accuracy is what matters the most. To help you prepare the section we have provided a well-defined IBPS PO Prelims Study Plan. You can also Prepare from the study notes to clear your basic concepts. Attempt this quantitative aptitude quiz and check your performance for the upcoming IBPS PO Prelims Study Plan 2019. Following is the quiz of 16th August, that inculcate the important topic from arithmetic word problems.

Q1. There are 81 litres pure milk in a container. One-third of milk is replaced by water in the container. Again one-third of mixture is extracted and equal amount of water is added. What is the ratio of milk to water in the new mixture?
1 : 2
1 : 1
2 : 1
4 : 5
3: 2
Q2. There is a 120 litre mixture of alcohol and water. The ratio of alcohol to water is 7 : 5. A shopkeeper mixes a certain amount of water in order to make the ratio of alcohol to water 5 : 6. Find the new quantity of water is what percentage of original quantity of water in the mixture?
Q3. A merchant has 88 kg of sugar, a part of this he sells at 10% gain and rest at the loss of 12%. Overall, he loses 3%. What is the quantity he sold at 12% loss?
50 kg
52 kg
48 kg
55 kg
60 kg
Q4. A jar has 40 litre milk. From the jar, 8 litres milk was taken out and replaced with an equal quantity of water. If 8 litres of the newly formed mixture is taken out of the jar, then what is the final quantity of milk left in the jar?
30 lit
24.6 lit
28.2 lit
25 lit
25.6 lit
Q5. 9 litres are drawn from a cask full of water and it is then filled with the same quantity of milk. 9 litres of mixture are drawn again and the cask is again filled with the same quantity of milk. The quantity of water now left in the cask to that of milk in it is 16 : 9. Find the capacity of the cask?
45 litre
48 litre
50 litre
42 litre
40 litre
Q6. Kumar purchased 320 kg of Rice at the rate of Rs. 17.60/kg and mixed it with 160 kg of rice purchased at the rate of Rs. 16.40/kg. He wants to earn a profit of Rs. 9.45 per kg by selling it. What should be the selling price of the mix. per kg?
Rs. 22.55
Rs. 24.75
Rs. 26
Rs. 26.65
None of these
Q7. A vessel of 70 l is filled with milk and water. 75% of milk and 25% of water is taken out of the vessel. It is found that the vessel is vacated by 60%. Find the initial quantity of water.
21 litre
22 litre
24 litre
25 litre
28 litre
Q8. A juice seller if sells pure juice at the rate of Rs. 30/glass, gains a profit of 20%. He mixed
a certain amount of water (available at free of cost) in it and sells the juice at the same rate of
Rs. 30/glass and hence makes a profit of 25%. Find the quantity of water (in ml) that he mixed.
(capacity of glass = 300 ml)
15 ml
13 ml
12 ml
14 ml
13.75 ml
Q9. There are two vessels A & D. A contains 80 litre of pure milk and D contains 44 litre of pure water. From A 16 litre is taken out and poured into D. Then 10 litre from D is taken out and poured into A. Find the ratio of amount of milk in A to amount of water in D.
13: 22
Q10. Two gallons of a mixture of spirit and water contains 12% of water. They are added to 3 gallons of another mixture, containing 7% of water, again half of a gallon of water is added to the whole mixture. Find percentage of water in the resulting mixture .
Q11. A chemist has 10 litre of a solution that is 10% nitric acid by volume. He wants to dilute the solution to 4% strength by adding water. how many litres of water must be added ?
Q12. Alok bought 25 kg of rice at the rate of Rs. 6 per kg and 35 kg of rice at the rate of Rs. 7 per kg. He mixed both type of rice and sold the mixture at the rate of Rs. 6.75 per kg. What was his gain or loss in the transaction ?
Rs. 16 gain
Rs. 16 Loss
Rs. 20 gain
Rs. 10 gain
Rs. 10 loss
Q13. Some amount out of Rs. 6000 was lent out at 10% per annum and the rest amount at 20% per annum and thus in 4 years the total interest from both the amounts collected was Rs. 3400. What is the amount which was lent out at 10% per annum ?
Rs. 2500
Rs. 2800
Rs. 3200
Rs. 3500
Rs. 3000
Q14. Rs. 69 was divided among 115 students so that each girl gets 50 paise less than each boy, and each boy received twice the paise as each girl received. The no. of girls in the class is :
Q15. The ratio of expenditure and saving is 3 : 2. If the income increases by 15% and the savings increases by 6%, then by how much per cent does expenditure increase ?


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