IBPS RRB Quantitative Aptitude Quiz
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Q1. What is the total number of girls participating in the rally from schools A and C together?
Q2. The number of boys participating in the rally from school B is what percent of the total number of students participating in the rally from that school? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal.)
Q3. The number of girls participating in the rally from School E is approximately what percent of the number of boys participating in the rally from the same school?
Q4. What is the respective ratio of total number of girls participating in the rally from schools D and C together to the total number of boys participating in the rally from schools A and B together?
Total number of boys participating in the rally from schools A and B together = 475 + 525 = 1000
Required ratio= 975: 1000 = 39: 40
Q5. What is the average number of girls participating in the rally from all schools together?
Directions (6-10): Study the following bar graph and answer the questions that follow.
The following bar graph shows the total no. of students (on vertical axes) in five different colleges (on horizontal axes) studying in three different streams.
Q6. If 140/9% of students in B.A. disciplines in college C, are females, then number of males in B.A. disciplines in college C are approximately what percent of females in college D for B.A discipline if no. of females in B.A. discipline in college D are 2000/7% more than females in B.A. discipline of College C.
Q7. Number of students in B.SC from college C and E together are approximately what percent of the total number of students in B. Com from all colleges together?
Q8. What is the ratio of 2/5 of students in college A and C together to 5/3 of students in college D & E together.
Q9. If 76/5% of students in college D, leaves the college and number of students from all three discipline (i.e. B.A., B Sc, B.Com) who leave college D are in the ratio 8 : 6 : 5 respectively, then remaining student from B. com in college D are what % of student from B.Sc discipline from college E?
Q10. Total students from B.A. discipline from all colleges together are approximately what % more or less than total students from B.Sc discipline from all colleges together?
Q11. If Income of X in 1992 is equal to expenditure of Y in 1994, what is the profit of X in 1992 if income of Y in 1994 is Rs. 7 Lac.
Q12. What is the average income of X in all these years if expenditure of X in 1991 is Rs 1 Lac and it increases by Rs. 50,000 every year?
Q13. In 1995, expenditure of X, Y and Z are in ratio 2:3:5. What will be the ratio of their profits?
Q14. Income of X in 1993 is Rs. 4,00,000 which is 20% less than the expenditure of Z in the same year. What is the difference between their profits? (in approximate)
Q15. In which of the following two years, the average of profit percent of all three together are equal.?
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