IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Mains Quantitative Aptitude Quiz: 24th September 2019

IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Quantitative Quiz
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Q1. A person bought some mobiles and he sold 60% of them at the profit of 3.5% & sold rest of them at the rate of Rs. 6,660 each. In this transaction, he earned an overall profit% of 6.5%. Find the SP (in Rs.) of each mobile which were sold at 3.5% profit.
(a) Rs 6210
(b) Rs 7230
(c) Rs 5830
(d) Rs 5760
(e) Rs 5466

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Q2. Satish, Veer and Neeraj entered into a business by investing in the ratio of 4 : 6 : 3. After two years, Satish and Veer withdrew 25% and of their respective initial investment, while Neeraj added 50% of his initial investment more. If at the end of three years they received total profit of Rs. 93750, out of which 22.5% are used for maintaining business and the remaining profit was divided among them according to their investment ratio. Find difference between profit share of Satish and Neeraj?
(a)978.75 Rs.
(b)976.75 Rs.
(c)974.25 Rs.
(d)968.75 Rs.
(e)966.75 Rs.

Q3. Veer bought some Shirts & some Jeans from a store. The marked price of a shirt and a jeans is in the ratio 5 : 7 and store allows discounts of 20% and 25% on the shirt & the jeans respectively. The ratio between number of shirt and jeans bought by Veer is 9 : 8. Veer marking up the prices of both by 50% on the price at which he bought and sells each shirt and jeans bought by him at discounts of 25% and 20% respectively. If Veer gives one 1 shirt free for every 4 jeans bought by a customer, then what is the net profit made by Veer after selling all of the items which he bought from the store?
(a)2%
(b)7%
(c)6%
(d)5%
(e)8%

Q4. Veer, Sameer and Divyaraj enter into a business by making an investment in the ratio of respectively. After six months from starting of business Veer withdrew of his initial investment, while Sameer added 50% of his initial investment and Divyaraj added Rs. 1800 respectively. If after one year profit share of Veer is Rs. 10500 out of total profit of Rs. 20850, then find difference between initial investment of Veer and Sameer?
(a) 6400 Rs.
(b) 7200 Rs.
(c) 7800 Rs.
(d) 5600 Rs.
(e) 8400 Rs.

Q5. Veer, Neeraj and Saurbh invested into a business ‘XYZ’ in the ratio of for the time of 4 months, 16 months and 36 months respectively. At the end of business Veer and Saurbh invested 50% of their profit share in two schemes ‘A’ & ‘B’ respectively. Scheme A & B are on compound interest for three years at the rate of 10% p.a. & 20% p.a. respectively. If Neeraj invested 75% of his profit share in scheme ‘C’ on compound interest for two years at the rate of 15% p.a. and difference between amount obtained from Schemes ‘A’ & ‘B’ together and amount obtained from scheme ‘C’ is Rs. 2395.5, then find the total profit obtained by Veer, Neeraj and Saurbh from their business XYZ?
(a) 18000 Rs.
(b) 28000 Rs.
(c) 36000 Rs.
(d) 24000 Rs.
(e) 42000 Rs.

Q6. P, Q & R entered into a business with investment of Rs. P, Rs. (P+1500) & Rs. (P – 1500) respectively. After one-year P, Q & R added Rs. 2000, Rs. 1500, & Rs. 1500 respectively. At the end of two years R got 24% of total profit for managing the business and remaining profit was divided among them according to their respective investment. If R got Rs.4752 more profit than Q and total profit was Rs. 36900, then find the initial investment of Q?
(a) 7200 Rs.
(b) 7800 Rs.
(c) 7500 Rs.
(d) 8400 Rs.
(e) 9600 Rs.

Q7. Neeraj purchased two mobiles from a shop. He sold first mobile at the price of Rs. 18750 and second mobile at the price of Rs. 14250. If the profit percent on first mobile is five times of the loss percent on second mobile, then find the overall profit made by Neeraj after selling both the mobile phones. (C.P of both mobile is same)?
(a) 15%
(b) 12%
(c) 14%
(d) 10%
(e) 18%

Q8. A started a business with Rs 9000 and B joined him with Rs 16000 after 3 months. After a year ‘A’ got 35% of total profit for his managerial work while remaining profit is divided into A and B according to their investment. If after an year ‘A’ got Rs 52800 as his share, the total profit earned by them?
(a) 74,000
(b) 76,000
(c) 80,000
(d) 84,000
(e) 88,000

Q9. Two type of Rice are mixed in ratio 3 : 2. If the price of rice is in the ratio 8 : 9 and mixture is sold at 20% profit then find the price of each type of Rice. Given that mixture was sold Rs. 40.32 per kg.
(a) 32 Rs. & 36 Rs.
(b) 36 Rs. & 40.5 Rs.
(c) 24 Rs. & 27 Rs.
(d) 28 Rs. & 31.5 Rs.
(e) None of these

Q10. Cost price of a table is 20% more than cost price of a chair and shopkeeper marked up table at 25% above cost price and chair at 40% above cost price. If shopkeeper allowed discount of 20% on chair and 25% on table and difference between both selling price was 6 Rs. then find sum of marked price of two table and three chair ?
(a) 8840 Rs
(b) 8260 Rs
(c) 8460 Rs
(d) 8640 Rs
(e) 8530 Rs

Directions (11-15): Number of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam in 2008 is 300. And number of songs recorded by Sandeep and Arijit Singh in 2010 are in ratio 5 : 4. Total number of songs recorded in 2009 is 250% more than songs recorded by Arijit Singh in 2009. Total songs recorded by Sandeep in all three years is 650. Average of songs recorded in 2010 is 4/3th of songs recorded by Arijit Singh in 2008. Songs recorded by Arijit Singh in 2009 is 2/5th of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam in 2008. Total songs recorded in 2008 is 6 times of songs recorded by Arijit Singh in 2009 and songs recorded by Sandeep in 2008 is 25% less than songs recorded by Arijit Singh in same year. Ratio of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam and Sandeep in 2009 is 2 : 3.

Q11. Number of songs recorded by Arijit Singh in all years is what percent more/less than total songs recorded in 2008 ?

Q12. What is the difference of average of total number of songs recorded by Sandeep in 2008 and 2009 and average number of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam and Arijit Singh in 2010?
(a) 155
(b) 165
(c) None of these
(d) 150
(e) 145

Q13. What is the ratio of total number of songs recorded in 2010 to total number songs recorded in 2011, if total number of songs recorded in 2011 is 50% more than total number of songs recorded in 2009 ?
(a) 32 : 17
(b) None of these
(c) 21 : 19
(d) 33 : 19
(e) 32 : 21

Q14. Average number of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam is approximately what percent more/less than average number of songs recorded in 2009?
(a) 104%
(b) None of these
(c) 124%
(d) 114%
(e) 110%

Q15. Average number of songs recorded by all in all three years and is how much more than average number of songs recorded by Sandeep and Arijit Singh in 2009?
(a) None of these
(b) 525
(c) 650
(d) 550
(e) 450

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