Twisted Ones Quantitative Aptitude Questions for IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Exam 2017

Dear Students,


Today we have been including the Data Interpretation questions along with some Arithmetic questions. This is the miscellaneous quiz and you should try to do it within 18-19 Minutes. If you fail to complete it in 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.

Q1. Rohit bought 20 soaps and 12 toothpastes. He marked-up the soaps by 15% on the cost price of each and the toothpaste by Rs. 20 on the cost price of each. He sold 75% of the soaps and 8 toothpastes and made a profit of Rs. 385. If the cost of toothpaste is 60%, the cost of a soap and he got no return on unsold items, what was his overall profit or loss? 
(a) Loss of Rs. 355
(b) Loss of Rs. 210
(c) Loss of Rs. 250
(d) Loss of Rs. 200
(e) None of these
Directions (2-5): A traveller spent some money in six different nations. The 1st pie chart given below shows the money spent in each of the nations as a percentage of the total money spent in 2006, the 2nd pie chart is the distribution (in degrees) of the expenditure in different countries in 2007. The money spent in China in the year 2007 was 75% less than the money spent in China in the year 2006. The money spent in India was same for the two years.

Q2. In the year 2007, what percentage of the total money was spent by the traveller in China?
(a) 8% 
(b) 10%            
(c) 12%
(d) 5%
(e) None of these

Q3. If the money spent by the traveller in Britain, America and Africa together was 32 dollars more in 2006 than in 2007, then how much money (in dollars) was spent by the traveller in Australia in the year 2007?
(a) 64
(b) 72
(c) 80
(d) 84
(e) None of these

Q4. The difference between money spent in Africa in two years is what percent of the difference between money spent in America in the given years?
(a) 143.75%
(b) 153.75%
(c) 163.75%
(d) 146.75%
(e) None of these

Q5. If total money spent in Britain in both the years together is 594 dollars, then find the money spent (in dollars) in America in both the years.
(a) 605
(b) 624
(c) 630
(d) 650
(e) None of these

Directions (6-10): Each of the following questions consists of 3 statements A, B and C. You have to determine that which of the following statement/statements are necessary to answer the questions:

Q6. The cost of three pencils, four erasers and five paperweights is Rs 28. What is the cost of an eraser?
A. The cost of a paperweight is 25 paise less than that of the pencil and eraser together.
B. The cost of ten paperweights and 8 erasers is Rs 42.50.
C. The cost price of a pencil is 80% more than that of an eraser.
(a) Any two of them
(b) Either B alone or A and C together
(c) Any of them
(d) All statements are required
(e) None of these

A. The sum of these two quantities and their difference is 12 whereas the difference of the sum of these two quantities and their difference is 6and x is greater than y.
B. y is 50% less than x.
(a) Only A and B are sufficient
(b) Any two of A, B and C are sufficient
(c) Any one of A, B and C is sufficient
(d) Only B and C are sufficient
(e) All together are sufficient

Q8. What is the cost price of the book?
A. After allowing a discount of 18% on printed price shopkeeper charges Rs 516.60 for it.
B. If he had not allowed any discount, he would have a profit of 25%.
C. If he had allowed only 10% discount on printed price then he would have 12.5% profit.
(a) Any two of them     
(b) Either A and B or C
(c) Any one of them     
(d) All together is required
(e) A and either B or C

Q9. Between P and Q who will get the maximum interest?
A. P deposits a certain sum at 15% p.a. for 3/2years when the interest is compounded half yearly.
B. Q deposits a certain sum of money at 15/2% p.a. for 4 years when the interest is compounded yearly.
C. The ratio of the sums of money of P and Q is 2 : 3.
(a) Only A and B together are sufficient
(b) Any two of the three statements are sufficient
(c) Either A and B together or, B and C together are sufficient
(d) All A, B and C together are necessary
(e) All even together are not sufficient

Q10. What is the speed of a train?
A. The train crosses a stationary pole in 6 seconds.
B. The train crosses another train which is going in the same direction at the speed of 36 km/hr in 12 seconds.
C. The train crosses a stationary engine of length 40 m in 18 seconds.
(a) Only A and C together
(b) Any two of them
(c) B and either A or C together
(d) Only A and B together
(e) All statements are required

Q11. I was born 30 years after my father was born. My sister was born 25 years after my mother was born. The average age of my family is 26.25 years right now. My sister will get married 4 years from now and will leave the family. Then the average age of the family will be 107/3 years. What is the age of my father?
(a) 30 year
(b) 35 year
(c) 40 year
(d) 45 year
(e) None of these

Q12. A tap A can fill an acid into a vessel in 30 minutes. Another tap B can fill alkali into a vessel in 20 minutes and a leak C at the bottom of the vessel can empty the vessel in 12 minutes. Initially, both the taps A and B are opened for 6 minutes. Then tap B is closed and leak C is opened. For how many more minutes should both these taps A and C be kept opened so that the proportion of acid and alkali is same? (Assume tap C removes acid and alkali in exactly the same ratio as they were present in the solution when tap C was just opened and no reaction takes place).
(a) 1 minute
(b) 2 minutes
(c) 3 minutes
(d) 4 minutes
(e)none of these

Direction (13): Read the passage below and solve the questions based on it. 
Rohan purchased some pens, pencils and erasers for his young brothers and sisters for the ensuing examinations. He had to buy at least 11 pieces of each items in a manner that the number of pens purchased be more than the number of pencils, which is more than the number of erasers. He purchased a total of 38 pieces.

Q13. If each eraser costs Rs 3, each pencil Rs 2 each pen Rs 10, what is the maximum amount that Rohan could have spent? 
(a) 207
(b) 255
(c) 288
(d) 300
(e) None of these

Q14. A seller calculated his intended selling price at 6% profit on the cost of a product. However owing to some mistake while selling, the units and tens digits of the selling price got interchanged. This reduced the profit by Rs. 9 and profit percentage 2.4%. What is the cost price of the product? 
(a) Rs. 240
(b) Rs. 250
(c) Rs. 400
(d) Rs. 480
(e) None of these

Q15. According to census 2001 of India, the population of 5 states: state 1, state 2, state 3, state 4, state 5, showed that their population figures are in the ratio of 1 : 3 : 2 : 3 : 2. Further, the ratio of the percentage of women in the population in these states is 1 : 3 : 2 : 5 : 4. If the total population of women in the five states is 3.7 million, then what is the excess number of women in state 2 over that of state 5? 
(a) 10 lakh
(b) 1 lakh 
(c) 2.2 lakh 
(d) Cannot be determined 
(e) None of these

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