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.
Q1. Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 24 minutes and 32 minutes respectively. If both the pipes are opened simultaneously, after how much time should B be closed so that the tank is full in 18 minutes?
Q2. Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 20 hours and 25 hours respectively and a third pipe C can empty the tank in 50 hours. All of three pipes opened together and after sometimes pipe C is closed. If total time to fill the tank from beginning is 13 hours, find after how much time pipe C was closed?
Q3. There are 6 filling pipes each capable of filling a cistern alone in 16 minutes and 4 emptying pipes each capable of emptying a cistern alone in 20 minutes. All pipes are opened together and as a result, tank fills 28 litres of water per minute. Find the capacity of the tank.
Q4. A pipe can fill a cistern in 12 min and another pipe can fill it in 15 min but a third pipe can empty it in 6 minutes. The first two pipes are kept open for 5 minutes in the beginning and then the third pipe is also opened. Time taken to empty the cistern is:
Q5. Taps A, B and C are attached with a tank and velocity of water coming through them are 42 litre per hours, 56 litre per hours and 48 litre per hours, respectively. A and B are inlets and C is outlet. If all the taps are opened simultaneously, tank is filled in 16 hours. What is the capacity of the tank?
= 800 liters
Direction (6-10): Simplify the given questions and find the exact value.
Q6. (9)³ × 6 ÷ 9 + (7)³ + 171 = 100 + (?)³ - 431
Q7. 45% of 2770 + (5/4) of 1824=5×?
Q8. (675/3³) + 112 × 1.5 - 42% of 350 = ?
Q10. [(28 × 176) ÷ 16 - 615 × 16 ÷ 240] = ? - 11
Directions (11-15): pie chart given below shows the percentage distribution of females in five cities and table shows the total number of literates (male + female) in these five cities.
Total population of any city = Male + Female
Total males = Literate + Illiterate
Total female = Literate + Illiterate
Q11. If ratio of total literate female to total illiterate female in city A is 5 : 3 and total literate males in city A are 75% of total females of city A, find no of literate males in city A.
Q12. If ratio of literate male to literate female in city C and E are 45 : 41 and 45 : 38 respectively then what is the ratio of literate female of city C to literate female of city E.
And literate male and literate female in city E be 45y and 38y
45x + 41x = 172000
x = 2000
and, 45y + 38y = 83000
y = 1000
Required ratio = 41x/38y
= 41 : 19
Q13. If in city B total literate females aremore than literate males and ratio of literate male to illiterate male is 11 : 3 then total males in city B are what percent of total literate female of city B.
Q14. Total male and female in city D is 145000 if total illiterate female in city D are equal to total literate female in city D then find the difference in number of literate males and illiterate male in city D
Total illiterate male and female in city D = 145000 – 99000
Literate male + Literate female = 99000
Illiterate male + Illiterate female = 46000
But illiterate females are equal to literate female in city D
Let total illiterate female in city D = total literate female in city D = x
Literate male + x = 99000 …(i)
Illiterate male + x = 46000 …(ii)
Subtracting (ii) from (i)
Literate male – Illiterate male = 53000
Q15. If total females in all six cities is 400000 and in city E total female literate areof total literate males then what is the ratio of literate male in city E to total illiterate females in city E.