Night Class Quantitative Aptitude Questions for IBPS RRBs Exam 2017

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Practice is the key to perfection in Quant, so brush up your skills and test yourself with these 15 questions of Quantitative Aptitude for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk 2017.

Q1. A person borrows Rs. 5000 for 99 years @ 4% per annum. He immediately lends it to another person @ 6.25% per annum for 99 years. Find his gain in transaction per year.
(a) Rs 100
(b) Rs 112.5
(c) Rs. 120
(d) Rs. 110.5
(e) None of these

Q2. A father left a wealth of Rs. 68,000 to be divided between two sons aged 10 years and 12 years such that they may get equal amount when each attains the age of 18 years. If the money is reckoned at 10% per annum. What was the difference between the amount each received?
(a) 4000
(b) 5000
(c) 4500
(d) 3500
(e) None of these

Q3. Anjali invested a certain amount in three different schemes A, B and C with the rate of interest 10% per annum, 12% per annum and 15% per annum respectively. IF the total interest accrued in one year was Rs. 3200 and the amount invested in scheme C was 150% of the amount invested in Scheme A and 240% of the amount invested in scheme B, what was the amount invested in Scheme B?
(a) Rs 6000
(b) Rs. 8000
(c) Rs. 4000
(d) Rs 10,000
(e) None of these

Q4. Anu owes Biresh Rs 1120 payable 2 years hence, Biresh owes Anu 1081.50 payable 6 months. If they decide to settle their accounts forth while by payment of ready money and the rate of interest be 6% per annum, then who should pay and how much?
(a) Rs 100
(b) Rs. 80
(c) Rs. 75
(d) Rs. 50
(e) None of these

Q5. Out of certain sum, one-third is invested at 3% , one-sixth at 6% and the rest at 8%. If the annual income is Rs. 300, then what will be the original sum?
(a) Rs. 4000
(b) Rs. 5000
(c) Rs. 6000
(d) Rs. 8000
(e) Rs. 4500

Q6. Two customers borrowed the same amount of money, at the same rate of interest, one at compound interest and the other at simple interest. If after 2 years, the interest payable by one was Rs. 2200 and by the other was Rs. 2000, then, what was the principal money lent to each one of them?
(a) Rs. 5000
(b) Rs. 6000
(c) Rs. 9000
(d) Rs. 8000
(e) None of these

Q7. A sum was put at simple interest at a certain rate for 2 years. Had it been at 1% higher rate, it would have fetched Rs. 24 more. What is the sum?
(a) Rs. 1000
(b) Rs. 1200
(c) Rs. 1500
(d) Rs. 2000
(e) None of these

Q8. Divide Rs. 6000 into two parts, so that simple interest on the first part for 2 years @ 6% p.a. may be equal to the simple interest on the second part for three years at 8% per annum. What is the difference between the amounts?
(a) Rs. 1000
(b) Rs. 1100
(c) Rs. 1200
(d) Rs. 1250
(e) Rs. 2000

Q9. Katappa invests an amount of Rs. 15,680 in names of his three daughters  A, B and C in such a way that they get the same simple interest after 2, 3, and 4 years respectively. If the rate of simple interest is 5% p.a., then What will be the ratio of the amounts invested among A, B and C?
(a) 6 : 4 : 3
(b) 6 : 4 : 2
(c) 7 : 5 : 3
(d) 6 : 3 : 4
(e) None of these

Q10. A sum of Rs. 1440 is lent out in three parts in such a way that the interest on first part at 2% for 3  years, second part at 3% for 4 years and the third part at 4% for 5 years are equal. What will be the difference between the largest and the smallest sum?
(a) Rs. 560
(b) Rs. 1309
(c) Rs. 1500
(d) Rs. 1200
(e) None of these

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