Quantitative Aptitude for IBPS SO Prelims 2017

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Quantitative Aptitude for IBPS SO Prelims 2017

Quantitative Aptitude Questions for IBPS SO Pre 2017

Quantitative Aptitude is a very important section you must prepare if you are aiming for a job in Bank or Insurance sector. These two weeks are very important as IBPS SO Prelims and IBPS Clerk Mains are lined up. So, these 15 questions can help you practice three very important topics of Quant Section.

Q1. In a village 2/3rd are males and rest are females. 80% of males and 70% of females are literate. 40% of literate males and 30% of literate females are graduates. 20% of graduate males and 25% of graduate females are in a government job. The no. of males and females in government service is about what % of total population of the village:
(a) 5.8%
(b) 6.01%
(c) 5.09%
(d) 6.20%
(e) 8.20%

Q2. In an exam the total sum of maximum marks of all subjects is 2500. In that exam, Mohan scores 50% more than Sohan, Sohan scores 50/3% less than Rajiv and Rajiv scores 100/3% more than Madan. Mohan scores a total of 1500 marks in all subjects. Find the score of Madan:
(a) 1100
(b) 1200
(c) 750
(d) 900
(e) 850

Q3. In every month Uday consumes 25 kg rice and 9 kg wheat. The per kg price of rice is 20% of the price per kg of wheat and thus he spends total Rs 350 on the rice and wheat together per month. If the price of wheat is increased by 20% then what is the percentage reduction of rice consumption for the same expenditure of Rs 350? Given that the price of rice and consumption of wheat is constant.
(a) 36%
(b) 40%
(c) 25%
(d) 24%
(e) 28%

Directions (4- 5): Two fair dices are thrown. Find the probability of getting.

Q4. A sum of two numbers divisible by 4.
(a) 1/2
(b) 3/4
(c) 1/3
(d) 2/3
(e) 1/4

Q5. A sum of two numbers to be a prime number less than 10.
(a) 11/13
(b) 1/13
(c) 1/4
(d) 13/36
(e) 23/36

Directions (6-10): What will in place of (?) in the following number series ?

Q6. 112, 259, 392, 511, 616, ?
(a) 701
(b) 707
(c) 711
(d) 715
(e) 787

Q7. 45, 70, 413, 494, 1825, ?
(a) 1994
(b) 1978
(c) 1986
(d) 1998
(e) 1980

Q8. 567, 295, 159, 91, 57, ?
(a) 27
(b) 29
(c) 30
(d) 39
(e) 40

 Q9. 45, 186, 283, 344, 377, ?
(a) 397
(b) 387
(c) 390
(d) 380
(e) 405

Q10. 76, 115, 64, 103, 52, ?
(a) 91
(b) 97
(c) 89
(d) 87
(e) 78

Directions (11-15): The following line graph shows the total number of five different types of toys sold by two companies P and Q in year 2016 respectively. 

Q11. If company P provides 10% discount on each type of toy and Q provides no discount on any type of toy then the total selling prices of Micky mouce and Robot dog together by P is approximately what percent of that by Q ?  
(a) 84%
(b) 79%
(c) 72%
(d) 68%
(e) 65%

Q12. If company Q provides 20% discount on every toy to its customers. He may get a profit of 25% on every toy. Find the total cost price of Digital pet and Apple doll (per piece) together sold by company Q ?  
(a) Rs. 370.4
(b) Rs. 340.9
(c) Rs. 390.4
(d) Rs. 380.4
(e) Rs. 380

Q13.Company P gives some discount (in percentage) on each silly Putty and Apple doll and sells these two products in Rs. 360 and Rs. 270 per piece respectively. Find the average of the percentage value of the two discounts offered by P.
(a) 10%
(b) 20%
(c) 7.5%
(d) 15%
(e) 12%

Q14. Due to mistake made by packing employees during packing, the number of toys, Digital pet and Robot Dog of company Q get interchanged. After this company Q gives 10% and 20% discount on the marked price of these two products respectively. Find the change in total selling price of these two products after interchange and before interchange of toys if same discounts i.e. 10% and 20% respectively on marked price of each Digital pet and Robot dog were given by company Q before interchange of quantity? 
(a) 475 thousands
(b) 470 thousands
(c) 457 thousands
(d) 575 thousands
(e) 465 thousands

Q15. Company P gives two successive discounts of 10% and 20% on marked price of both Digital pet and Apple doll. If it sells these two toys on the discounted price, gains a profit of 20% and 25% on each (per piece) respectively. Find the difference between cost price of these two toys. 
(a) Rs. 58.2
(b) Rs. 52.8
(c) Rs. 82.5
(d) Rs. 48.2
(e) Rs. 54.2

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