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Quantitative Aptitude For IDBI Executive Exam 2018

Quantitative Aptitude Section has given heebie-jeebies to the aspirants when they appear for a banking examination. As the level of every other section is only getting complex and convoluted, there is no doubt that this section, too, makes your blood run cold. The questions asked in this section are calculative and very time-consuming. But once dealt with proper strategy, speed, and accuracy, this section can get you the maximum marks in the examination. Following is the Quantitative Aptitude quiz to help you practice with the best of latest pattern questions.

Directions (1-5): The following pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of mobile phones of different companies and table shows the ratio of good and defective phones respectively of different companies in year 2017. Study the graphs carefully to answer the following questions.

Total mobile phones launched in 2017
= 12 million

Q1. Total no. of defective mobile phones manufactured by Moto and Apple together is approximately what percent of good mobile phones manufactured by Lava?
(a) 76%
(b) 63%
(c) 67%
(d) 77%
(e) 65%

Q2. If 80% of defective phones of Samsung were refurbished and sold at a price which was 76% of original price of good Samsung phone and if selling price of refurbished Samsung phone was Rs. 9500 per phone then find the total selling price of Samsung phones which were sold? (in million)
(a) 24,200
(b) 21,200
(c) 20,472
(d) 20,200
(e) 22,000

Q3. What is the average no. of good mobile phones manufactured by Redmi, honor and Apple together?
(a) 2.12 million
(b) 21.2 million
(c) 0.12 million
(d) 4.12 million
(e) 1.212 million

Q4. Total no. of good mobile phones manufactured by Redmi was what percent more than the total no. of good phones manufactured by Honor?
(a) 200/9%
(b) 900/7%
(c) 500/9%
(d) 400/9%
(e) 100%

Q5. What is the difference between no. of good mobiles launched by Moto, Samsung and Apple together and no. of good mobiles launched by Honor, Redmi and Lava together?
(a) 1.2 million
(b) 2.1 million
(c) 2.4 million
(d) 3.1 million
(e) 1.1 million

Solutions (1-5):

Q6. The manufacturer of an article makes a profit of 6%, the wholesale dealer makes a profit of 15%, and the retailer makes a profit of 20%. Find the manufacturing price of the article if the retailer sold it for Rs. 10,971.
(a) Rs. 8000
(b) Rs. 7500
(c) Rs. 7000
(d) Rs. 7950
(e) Rs. 8500

Q7. A man has three sons. The man can do twice the work of his three sons. The first and the second son can do the work in 24 days and 36 days respectively. If the man completes the work in 34/11 days. Then find out the time taken by the third person to finish the work? (approximate)
(a) 13 days
(b) 14 days
(c) 18 days
(d) 11 days
(e) 17 days

Q9. If a number of two digits is formed with the digits 2, 3, 5, 7, 9 without repetition of digits, what is the probability that the number formed is 35?
(a) 1/10
(b) 1/20
(c) 2/11
(d) 1/11
(e) 3/10

Q10. The letters of the word ‘article’ are arranged at random. Find the probability that the vowels may occupy the even places.
(a) 2/35
(b) 1/35
(c) 3/36
(d) 2/34
(e) None of these

Solutions (6-10):

Directions (11-15): Find the approximate value of the following questions.

Q11. 117.95 × 8.017 × 4.98 =?
(a) 4670
(b) 4780
(c) 4840
(d) 4720
(e) 4800

Q12. 21.0091 – 6.085 + 13.24 = (35 ÷ ?) × 2
(a) 6.5
(b) 2.5
(c) 12.5
(d) 18.5
(e) 20

Q13. 9876 ÷ 24.96 + 215.005 – ? = 309.99
(a) 395
(b) 295
(c) 300
(d) 315
(e) 310

Q14. 16.001 × 30.999 × 8.998 =?
(a) 4464
(b) 4800
(c) 4100
(d) 3900
(e) 5000

Q15. 901/51÷21/1201×101/301=?
(a) 320
(b) 360
(c) 400
(d) 410
(e) 430

Solutions (11-15):