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# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For IBPS PO Mains 2022-14th January

Directions (1-5): Study the graph and table given below and answer the following questions. The line graph shows the listed price per kg of various items in a wholesale store.

The table given below shows the amount of items bought by a retailer from the wholesale store. The table also shows the discount % offered by the wholesaler on the list price and total cost incurred by the retailer.
Q1. Calculate the profit earned by retailer on selling 20 kgs of wheat purchased by him to a customer at a discount of 5% on the listed price ?
(a) Rs. 25
(b) Rs. 45
(c) Rs. 75
(d) Rs. 50
(e) None of these

Q2. The retailer sold all the cashew bought by him to a customer at a price 25% more than the listed price. Calculate his overall profit percent.
(a) 33.33%
(b) 66.66%
(c) 55.55%
(d) 42.64%
(e) 77.77%

Q3. If 50% of the rice bought by the retailer got spoiled, then at what price/kg must he sell the remaining amount of rice to be at a situation of no loss-no gain?
(a) Rs. 40
(b) Rs. 19
(c) Rs. 27
(d) Rs. 22
(e) None of these

Q4. The retailer sold all the pulses he bought at a price that is 30% more than the listed price and offered 2 kgs of Almond free with it. Find overall profit% of the retailer in this bargain ? (approximate)
(a) 50%
(b) 40%
(c) 35%
(d) 61%
(e) 45%

Q5. The retailer mixed 6 kgs. of impurity (free of cost) with all the sugar he had and sold the mixture at a discount which is 25% less than that discount (in percentage) offered by the wholesaler. Find the profit % on the sale of all of the amount of this mixture?
(a) 52.50%
(b) 46.15%
(c) 48.75%
(d) 57.50%
(e) None of these

Directions (6-10): Given below is the table which shows the ratio of Efficiency of X and Y in completing five different works and time taken by X alone to complete these five works. Line Graph shows the number of days Y actually worked on these five works.
Q6. After Y had worked for the given number of days on work C and work D, X completes the remaining of work C and work D. Time taken by X in completing the remaining of work C is what percent more or less than time taken by him in completing the remaining of work D.
(a) 100/9%
(b) 500/9%
(c) 200/3%
(d) 100/6%
(e) 200/9%

Q7. X and Y together started working on work D but both left after working for 2 days. Remaining work is completed by M and N together in 4 days. If ratio of efficiency of X and M in completing work D is 7 : 3, then in how much time N alone will complete the work D.
(a) 14 days
(b) 28 days
(c) 21 days
(d) 42 days
(e) 35 days

Q8. If percentage of work C completed by X in 4 days is equal to the percentage of work C completed by 4 women in 5 days and ratio of efficiency of a woman and a child in completing work C is 5 : 3, then in how much time work C will be completed by 6 children.
(a) 100/9 days
(b) 100/6 days
(c) 50/7 days
(d) 200/3 days
(e) 20/3 days

Q9. If another person Z can complete work B in (Q – P) days where P and Q are the times taken by X and Y together to complete work B and C respectively, then what is the ratio of efficiency of Y and Z in completing work B?
(a) 2 : 9
(b) 1 : 9
(c) 9 : 17
(d) 5 : 23
(e) 2 : 5

Q10. After Y had worked for the given numbers of days on work C, D and E, what is the sum of times taken by X in completing the remaining of work C, D and E?
(a) 90/7 days
(b) 25/7 days
(c) 50/7 days
(d) 100/7 days
(e) 60/7 days

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