Quantitative Aptitude For NIACL AO Phase II: 21st February 2019

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Quantitative Aptitude For NIACL AO Phase II: 21th February 2019

Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For NIACL AO

Numerical Ability or 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): In the given questions, two quantities are given, one as ‘Quantity 1’ and another as ‘Quantity 2’. You have to determine relationship between two quantities and choose the appropriate option:

Q1. A is twice as efficient as B. Both can complete a work together in 7½ days.
Quantity 1: Time taken by B to complete the work alone.
Quantity 2: If C is 50% more efficient than A, then time taken by C to complete the work alone.

Quantity 1 > Quantity 2
Quantity 1 ≥ Quantity 2
Quantity 2 > Quantity 1
Quantity 2 ≥ Quantity 1
Quantity 1 = Quantity 2 or Relation cannot be established
Solution:

Q2.

Quantity 1 > Quantity 2
Quantity 1 ≥ Quantity 2
Quantity 2 > Quantity 1
Quantity 2 ≥ Quantity 1
Quantity 1 = Quantity 2 or Relation cannot be established
Solution:

Q3. Two dices are rolled simultaneously. Quantity 1: Probability that the sum of the numbers that appeared is a multiple of 5. Quantity 2: 1/6

Quantity 1 > Quantity 2
Quantity 1 ≥ Quantity 2
Quantity 2 > Quantity 1
Quantity 2 ≥ Quantity 1
Quantity 1 = Quantity 2 or Relation cannot be established
Solution:

Q4. Sum of height and diameter of the cylinder is 28 meter. Quantity 1: Curved surface area of the cylinder whose respective ratio of height to diameter is 3 : 4 Quantity 2 : Curved surface area of the cylinder if height of cylinder is 10 m.

Quantity 1 > Quantity 2
Quantity 1 ≥ Quantity 2
Quantity 2 > Quantity 1
Quantity 2 ≥ Quantity 1
Quantity 1 = Quantity 2 or Relation cannot be established
Solution:

Q5. Product of digits of a two digits number ‘N’ is 21 Quantity 1 : N Quantity 2 : 130–N

Quantity 1 > Quantity 2
Quantity 1 ≥ Quantity 2
Quantity 2 > Quantity 1
Quantity 2 ≥ Quantity 1
Quantity 1 = Quantity 2 or Relation cannot be established
Solution:

Directions (6-10): Data given below shows total articles sold by three retailors. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions. 

Rahul → Total cost price of 60 articles is Rs. 27,000
Ayush → Total selling price for Ayush is 20% more than total selling price for Rahul. And selling price of each article for Ayush is same as Cost price of each article for Rahul. Cost price of each article for Ayush is Rs.150 less than Selling price of each article for Neeraj.
Neeraj → Total profit earned by Neeraj is thrice than that of total profit earned by Rahul and sold 30 articles more than Rahul. Total cost price for Neeraj is same as total Selling price for Ayush. Cost price of each article is Rs.400 for Neeraj Total Selling Price = Total Cost Price + Total Profit Total Cost Price = Number of articles sold × Cost Price of each article

Q6. Find total profit earned by Ayush?

None of the given options
Rs. 9000
Rs.3000
Rs.6000
Rs.8000
Solution:

Q7. Average number of articles sold by Rahul, Ayush, Neeraj and Satish is 85. Find total number of articles sold by Satish?

100
110
90
120
None of the given options
Solution:

Q8. Cost price of each article for Ayush is what percent more/less that Selling price of each article for Rahul?

 
 
 
 
 
Solution:

Q9. Out of total articles sold by Neeraj and Ayush, 30% and 50% were defective respectively. Find total number of non-defective articles sold by Neeraj and Ayush together?

67
97
103
113
None of the given options
Solution:

Total number of non-defective articles sold by Neeraj and Ayush together

Q10. Find the ratio between total selling price for Rahul to total Selling price for Neeraj?

2 : 3
3 : 2
None of the given options
5 : 6
6 : 5
Solution:

Q11. Mixture containing milk and water in ratio of 2 : 3 has volume of 30 liters. If 10 L of water is added to it then find the ratio of milk to water in the mixture?

7 : 9
3 : 7
3 : 5
2 : 3
5 : 7
Solution:

Q12. Average weight of 10 boys in a class is 56 kg and that of 5 girls is 54 kg. Two boys of 54 kg and 78 kg respectively and a girl of 55 kg left the class. Find the average of remaining students in that class.

 
 
 
 
 
Solution:

Q13. The circumference of two circles is 132 m and 176 m respectively. What is difference between the area of larger circle and smaller circle ? (in m²)

1052
1128
1258
1078
1528
Solution:

Q14. Average of four numbers is 26. Sum of the smallest and the largest number is 55. If difference between other two numbers is one then find the square of second smallest number.

576
625
529
484
676
Solution:

Q15. The average age of Ram and his son, five years ago was 27.5. Ram’s present age is five years more than thrice of his son’s present age. Find ratio of their present ages?

14 : 9
15 : 4
20 : 7
10 : 3
9 : 5
Solution:

               




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