IBPS RRB Clerk Quantitative Aptitude Quiz: 11th August 2019

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IBPS RRB Quantitative Aptitude Quiz
The Quantitative Aptitude section holds the key to score well in any examination. It can either elevate your marks to a great degree or can affect the performance in a negative way. But if you are consistent with the practice and brush up the knowledge with correct strategy you can surely ace this section. Adda247 has facilitated its aspirants with the Quizzes, Study Notes, and the preparation strategies from time to time. This time keeping the focus on the upcoming IBPS RRB Prelims exam, Adda247 has prepared the ‘LAKSHYA’ study plan and under that, we are providing IBPS RRB Quantitative Quiz on a regular basis. 

Here is the quiz for 11th August 2019 covering the topics of Arithmetic Word Problems, Bar graph DI and `Table DI







Directions (1-5): Bar graph given below shows production of two companies (in lakhs) Maruti and Honda in six different years. Study the date carefully & answer the following questions. 



Q1. Total production of Maruti in year 2011, 2012 and 2013 together is what percent more/less than total production of Honda in same years?

 
 
 
 
 
Solution:

Total production of Maruti in year 2011, 2012 and 2013 together = 60 +
55 + 50 = 165 lakhs

Total production of Honda in year 2011, 2012 and 2013 together = 40 +
45 + 50 = 135 lakh

Q2. Average production of Maruti in year 2014, 2015 and 2016 together is how much more/less than the average production of Honda in year 2014, 2015 and 2016 together. (in lakhs)

8
5
10
0
12
Solution:

Q3. Total production of Honda is six years is what percent more or less than total production of Maruti in six years?

 
 
 
 
 
Solution:

Q4. In 2017, production of Maruti and Honda increase by 20% and 40% respectively with respect to year 2016. Find the total production in 2017. (in lakh)

179
185
190
185
197
Solution:

Q5. Find the ratio of total production of Maruti is 2013, 2014 and 2015 together to the total production of Honda in 2014 and 2015 together?

9 : 8
9 : 7
7 : 8
8 : 7
8 : 9
Solution:

Q6. Ayush sell a mobile to Rahul at 20% loss. Next day Ayush change his mind and purchase the same mobile from Rahul. But Rahul sell it at 20% profit. If actual cost price of mobile is 12000 then find the total actual amount paid by Ayush.

23520
13920
11520
9600
4800
Solution:

Q7. Mohan has two sons named Ram and Karan. The ratio of age of Mohan and Ram is 5 : 2 and that of Ram and Karan is 8 : 5. Also, Ram is 6 years elder than Karan. Find the ratio of their ages after 10 years.

23 : 10 : 4
25 : 16 : 9
25 : 13 : 10
50 : 26 : 19
25 : 16 : 10
Solution:

Ratio of Mohan
and Ram’s age = 5 : 2
Ratio of Ram and
Karan’s age = 8 : 5
Ratio of Mohan,
Ram and Karan’s present age = 20 : 8 : 5
Let Mohan, Ram
and Karan age be 20x, 8x and 5x respectively.
∴ ATQ,
3x = 6 
x = 2
⇒ ratio of their
ages after 10 years
= 40 + 10  :  16 +
10  : 
10 + 10
= 50 : 26 : 20 =
25 : 13 : 10

Q8. In a right angled triangle of hypotenuse 15 cm, the remaining two sides are in the ratio 3 : 4. If smaller side is equal to radius and second longer side is equal to height of right circular cylinder, find volume of cylinder?

288π
512π
972π
778π
750π
Solution:

Q9. Man sold article A in 100% profit and article B in 20% profit. If selling price of article A and article B in same then find his overall profit percentage

40%
50%
55%
60%
75%
Solution:

Q10. Present average age of a couple is 29 years after 2 year and 4 year respectively a boy child and a girl child is born. Find the average age of family after 8 year of present time?

18
19
20
21
22
Solution:

Directions (11-15): Table given below shows total number of students in five different schools and ratio of boys and girls in each school. Answer the following questions based on given data- 





Q11. What is the ratio between average number of boys in school A, C, E together to the average number in girls of school B and D together ?

33 : 35
32 : 37
31 : 39
39 : 31
37 : 32
Solution:

Q12. Number of boys in school C is what percent more/ less than number of boys in school D?

 
 
 
 
 
Solution:

Q13. In a school F, total number of students are 40% of school B and school D students altogether. If number of boys in school F is 650, find number of girls in school F?

490
440
480
475
480
Solution:

Q14. Find ratio between total number of boys in school A, B and C together to total number of girls in school C, D and E together?

72 : 65
67 : 61
69 : 62
75 : 64
36 : 29
Solution:

Q15. Total number of boys in school C is what percent of the total number of girls in school D?

 
 
 
 
 
Solution:

               
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