Quantitative Aptitude Questions for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Exam 2017

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Quantitative Aptitude Questions for IBPS Exam

Today we have included Data Interpretation, Quadratic Equations and Arithmetic Questions. You should try to solve these set of questions within 15-16 minutes If you fail to complete it in the stipulated time, then try again with full force. These quantitative aptitude questions are very important from exam point of view like IBPS RRB Exam, IBPS PO and IBPS Clerk.

Directions (1-5): In these questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and mark the appropriate option.
Give answer:
(a) If x>y
(b) If x≥y
(c) If x<y
(d) If relation between x and y cannot be determined or x=y
(e) If x≤y

Solutions (1-5):
Q6. Three men, A, B and C start a business together. They invest Rs 30000, Rs 24000 and Rs 42000 respectively in the beginning. After 4 months, B took out Rs 6000 and C took out Rs 10000. They get a profit of Rs 11960 at the end of the year. B’s share in the profit is
(a) Rs 2700
(b) Rs 2803
(c) Rs 2900
(d) Rs 2785
(e) Rs 3000

Q7. A starts a business with an initial investment of Rs 18000. After 4 months, B enters into the partnership with an investment of Rs 24000. Again after two months, C enters with an investment of Rs 30000. If C receives Rs 1845 in the profit at the end of the year, what is total annual profit?
(a) Rs 6027
(b) Rs 6327
(c) Rs 6527
(d) Rs 6080
(e) None of these
Q8. A, B and C started a business a partnership with the investment of Rs 12000, Rs 26000 and Rs 32000 respectively. After 4 months A leaves. After 6 months B leaves and A joins with an amount equal to his earlier investment. After 10 months, C leaves and B joins with his prior investment. At the end of the year they earn a profit of Rs 53622. Find the share of B in the annual profit.
(a) Rs 17221
(b) Rs 17212
(c) Rs 17222
(d) Rs 18212
(e) None of these

Q9. Two persons A and B start a business with investments of Rs 24000 and Rs 28000 respectively. After 4 months C also joins them with certain investment. Total profit at the end of the year was Rs 19950. C’s share in profit was Rs 7600. What was the C’s investment in the business?
(a) Rs 48000
(b) Rs 45000
(c) Rs 50000
(d) Rs 40000
(e) None of these
Q10. A, B and C started a business by investing Rs 20,000, Rs 28,000 and Rs 36,000 respectively. After 6 months, A and B withdrew an amount of Rs 8,000 each and C invested an additional amount of Rs 8,000. All of them invested for the equal period of time. If at the end of the year, C got Rs 12,550 as his share of profit, what was the total profit earned?
(a) Rs 25,100
(b) Rs 26,600
(c) Rs 24,300
(d) Rs 22,960
(e) Rs 21,440
Directions (11-15): In the following table the percentage of male and female candidates of four different cities with their total population in five different years is given. Rest population is of transgenders. 

Observe the table carefully to answer the following questions.

Q11. What is the total number of male candidates in the year 2004 from all cities?
(a) 4.2 lakhs
(b) 3.47 lakhs
(c) 3.65 lakhs
(d) 3.75 lakhs
(e) None of these

Q12. Find the ratio of male candidates to that of the female candidates of city B in 2005. 
(a) 8: 11
(b) 7: 9
(c) 9: 10 
(d) 10: 9
(e) None of these

Q13. What is the average number of transgenders in the year 2003 from all cities?
(a) 8850
(b) 9600
(c) 8500
(d) 10500
(e) None of these

Q14. The total number of male candidates from cities A, B and D together is what percent of the total number of female candidates from the same cities together? (approximately)
(a) 115 %
(b) 120 %
(c) 126 %
(d) 130 %
(e) 135 %

Q15. Find the total number of transgenders from all the four cities in the year 2003 and 2005 together. 
(a) 68,500
(b) 65,000
(c) 67,500
(d) 70,000
(e) None of these

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