**IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Quantitative Quiz**

Quantitative Aptitude can enhance your performance as a whole. All you need to do is clear your basics first and practice more and more. Quantitative Aptitude is a subject that helps you to boost your score and confidence. Every year IBPS comes with changes in the pattern of questions on Quantitative Aptitude which makes it difficult for students to decode in the examination hall. Giving mocks and Quizzes on a regular basis will help you to crack every change in the pattern. Adda 247 gives daily quizzes for practice as the IBPS RRB Clerk Mains is scheduled for 20 October. This is a quiz based according to the same pattern that was asked on IBPS RRB PO Mains. Here is the IBPS mains Quantitative Aptitude Quiz of 18th October 2019.

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**Direction (1 -5): Read the data carefully and answer the question.**

**There are three sitting halls, three pantry, three meeting rooms and one HR & one CEO room in the office of Adda247. All halls, pantry, meeting rooms, HR room & CEO rooms are rectangular in shape and area of each hall is same, each pantry is same, each meeting room is same and area is different for HR & CEO room. Breadth of hall & pantry are 33 m & 15 m respectively, while ratio of length of hall to that of pantry is 22 : 7. The difference between perimeter of a hall & a pantry is 126 m, while area of a meeting room having breadth of 14 m is 77 m2 less than that of area of a pantry room. Ratio of magnitude of perimeter of HR room to area of that room is 19 : 88 and breadth of that room is 16 m. Length & breadth of CEO room is 4 m & 2 m more than that of length and breadth of HR room respectively. (Consider only 2D figure)**

**Q1. The radius of a cylindrical vessel is equal to half of the length of a pantry. Its volume is 4158 m3 and cost of polishing it is Rs. 5 per m2, then find the total cost of polishing the vessel including its top and bottom surfaces.**

(a) 7225 Rs.

(b) 7425 Rs.

(c) 7050 Rs.

(d) 7825 Rs.

(e) 7625 Rs.

**Q2. The ratio of radius of two circular parks is 5: 6 and sum of circumference of both circular parks is 154m more than perimeter of a CEO room. If cost of fencing per meter with wire is Rs. 25, then find the total cost of fencing the smaller circular park?**

(a) 2560 Rs.

(b) 2456 Rs.

(c) 2226 Rs.

(d) 2288 Rs.

(e) 2750 Rs.

**Q3. Total perimeter of a meeting room and a hall is what percent of area of a CEO room (consider only its numerical value)? **

**Q4. All three meeting rooms are rebuilt so that breadth of each meeting room is increased by 100% and length is decreased by 10 m. If each meeting room is divided into four square cabins and decorated with wood which costs Rs 12.5 per/m2, then find the total cost of decoration of all square cabins built in the three meeting rooms ?**

(a) 7290 Rs.

(b) 7230 Rs.

(c) 7240 Rs.

(d) 7350 Rs.

(e) 7560 Rs.

**Q5. Find the difference between perimeter of a HR room & perimeter of a pantry?**

(a) 4 m

(b) 8 m

(c) 12 m

(d) 16 m

(e) 18 m

**Solutions:(1-5)**

**Q6. A & B can complete a piece of work in 20 days. They both start working together and after 8 days, A got ill. Due to A’s sickness, A’s efficiency fall down by 40% and thus the total work completed in 24 days, then find in how many days B alone can complete the remaining work after A got sick.**

(a) 31 days

(b) 34 days

(c) 20 days

(d) 32 days

(e) None of the above.

**Q7. The digits of a two digit number are reversed, then the original number becomes more than three times the resultant number. Then, find how many two digits natural numbers are there satisfying the above mentioned condition. Exclude numbers with ‘0’ at their units digit place.**

(a) 8

(b) 6

(c) 9

(d) 11

(e) 3

**Q8. A vessel contains X liters of milk. 4 liters of milk is replaced by water completely and the ratio of milk to water is 4 : 1 in the resulting mixture. Then, again 4 liters of the solution is replaced by water completely and the ratio of milk to water in the resulting mixture becomes 16 : 9. Then, find the value of X.**

(a) 22 liters

(b) 24 liters

(c) 15 liters

(d) 28 liters

(e) None of the above.

**Q9. Average of five numbers is 91. Average of first, third and fifth number is 83 and second number is less than or equal to the fourth number. Then, find the maximum value of second number. **

(a) 206

(b) 153

(c) 105

(d) 103

(e) Cannot be determined.

**Q10. A manufacturer manufactures phone. While manufacturing he incur two types of cost – Fixed cost & variable cost. His total fixed cost is Rs.‘x’ annually and he can produce only 1,00,000 units in an year.**

**If he produces 60,000 units, his per unit cost is Rs.9 and if he produces 1,00,000 units, his per unit cost is Rs.7.40. Then, find at what price per unit he should sell 80,000 units, if he wants to earn 20% profit. **

(a) Rs.8.4

(b) Rs.8

(c) Rs.9.6

(d) Rs.10

(e) None of the above.

**Directions (11-15): Bar Graph gives information about no. of books of Maths, English, and G.S in five different years. Use the information to give answer of following questions.**

**Q11. Average no. of maths book sold in five years is how much percent more than average no. of G.S book sold in five years. **

a

**Q12. In which year average no. of book sold is 100% more than average no. of book sold in 2010. **

(a) 2011

(b) 2013

(c) 2012

(d) 2014

(e) None of these

**Q13. Total no. of book sold in 2011 is how much percent more than average no. of maths book sold in five years. **

(a) 150 %

(b) 100 %

(c) 120 %

(d) 105 %

(e) 110 %

**Q14. What is the ratio of total no. of book sold of G.S in 2011, English in 2012, Maths in 2013 to total no. of books sold of G.S in 2014, English in 2010, and Maths in 2010. **

(a) 17 : 18

(b) 15 : 16

(c) 15 : 17

(d) 17 : 15

(e) 16 : 17

**Q15. If of Reasoning book sold in 2011 is equal to 100% of average no. of books sold in 2011, then find ratio of total no. of reasoning book sold in 2011 to no. of English book sold in 2013. **

(a) 17 : 10

(b) 17 : 15

(c) 10 : 17

(d) 15 : 17

(e) None of these

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