IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Mains Quantitative Aptitude Quiz: 21st September 2019

IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Quantitative Quiz
 
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Directions (1-5): Given below line graph shows three types of account opened in five different banks in one year. Read carefully and answer the given questions:

Note: Total A/c = saving account + Current account + Demat account

Q1.Find the ratio between total saving account opened in BOB and PNB together to the total demat account opened in PNB, ICICI and Axis together?
(a) 5 : 1
(b) 4 : 1
(c) 3 : 1
(d) 1 : 2
(e) 2 : 1



Q4. Find the average of total current account opened in all five banks ?
(a) 24 lakh
(b) 16 lakh
(c) 18 lakh
(d) 22 lakh
(e) 20 lakh


Q5.Out of total demat account opened in ICICI and BOB together 60% account using for share trading, then find the demat account not used for share trading is how much less than current account opened in PNB ?
(a) 10.5 lakh
(b) 9.5 lakh
(c) 8.5 lakh
(d) 7.5 lakh
(e) 9.75 lakh


Q6. A takes 1/3rd time to do a piece of work as B takes to do same piece of work and C does it in the same time as A and B takes together to complete the same work. If all three working together would take 12 days. Find how long would each take if they work separately ?
(a)24 days, 72 days, 16 days
(b) 16days, 48 days, 12 days
(c) 20 days, 60 days, 15days
(d) 36 days, 108 days, 27 days
(e) 32days, 96days, 24 days


Q7. A car covered 48 km less in T hours than a train, if speed of train is 25% more than speed of car, which is 64 km/hr and speed of an aircraft is 62½ % more than the sum of speed of car and train. Find how much distance will be covered by aircraft in (T – ¼) hour ?
( a )634.5km
(b)624.5km
(c)643.5km
(d)604.5km
(e)644.5km

Q8. Abhishek invested Rs. 850 in a scheme for 2 years which offered S.I. annually at the rate of R% and gets total interest of Rs. 272. If he reinvested total amount gets from scheme A in an another scheme B, for two year, which offered CI annually at the rate of (R – 6) %, then find total interest gets by Abhishek from scheme B ?
(a)Rs. 268.52
(b)Rs. 235.62
(c)Rs. 248.5
(d) Rs. 258.5
(e)Rs. 288.62


Q9. In a glass, a mixture of Vodka and Wine are in the ratio of 3 : 7, if Sameer add 10 ml Vodka in glass, quantity of Vodka becomes more than quantity of wine. Find initially quantity of wine in glass ?
(a)18ml
(b)20ml
(c)24ml
(d)16ml
(e) 14ml


Q10.A shopkeeper sold two articles, if he marked up second article at above first article’s selling price and gives a discount of 20% on that, then a loss of 20% occur on first one and 25% profit on second article. Find total selling price of both articles, if he made total loss of 282 on both articles.
(a) Rs. 8040
(b)Rs.4080
(c)Rs.6090
(d)Rs. 5080
(e)Rs. 8060

Directions (11-15): Given below is the bar graph which shows the percentage of persons who like three different types of fruits in five different cities. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Note : One person likes only one type of fruit.

Q11. If difference between number of persons who like apple to persons who like banana in city A is 51 while average number of person who like mango and apple in city B is 765, then find the ratio of total number of person in city A to total number of person in city B.
(a) 3 : 5
(b) 2 : 5
(c) 1 : 3
(d) 3 : 7
(e) 15 : 17

Q12. Find the total number of person in city D. If total number of persons in city D is 200% more than that of in city C, while difference between number of person who like banana in city D to number of person who like apple in city C is 588.
(a) 1680
(b) 7840
(c) 3920
(d) 3360
(e) 5040


Q13. Find the total number of person in city E who like Apple if difference between number of person who like Apple and Mango together and number of person who like Mango and banana together in city E is Rs 240.
(a) 950
(b) 280
(c) 230
(d) 640
(e) 140

Q14. If Difference between number of person who like apple in city D to person who like Mango in city E is 2100 while sum of number of person who like Mango in city D and number of person who like banana in city E is 4100, then find total number of person in city D is what percent more than that in city E?
(a) 75%
(b) 300%
(c) 150%
(d) 175%
(e) 225%


Q15. Find total number of person in city B, if ratio of number of person in city A to City B is 2 : 3 and total number of person in city A & city B together who like apple is 816.
(a) 510
(b) 1020
(c) 1530
(d) 2040
(e) 765

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