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# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For IBPS PO Mains 2022- 19th November

Q1. A bank offers SI of 10% on principal amount below Rs.5000 otherwise 20%. A man invested Rs. A for 3 years. What is the value of A?
(A) If he had submitted Rs. 3000 more, he will get an interest of Rs. 900 more.
(B) If he had submitted Rs. 4000 more, he will get an interest of Rs. 2400 more.
(C) Value of A is multiple of 500.

(a) Either A and B or B and C are sufficient to answer the question
(b) Either A and B or A and C are sufficient to answer the question
(c) Either A and C or B and C are sufficient to answer the question
(d) A, B and C together are sufficient to answer the question
(e) All of the statements together are not sufficient to answer the question.

Q2. A man has two items A and B. What is the selling price of item B?
(A) The amount obtained after selling 4 of item A and 1 of item B is Rs. 70. From this amount he either could buy 7 of item A or 1 of item A with 4 of item B.
(B) Profit earned on selling 1 of item B is Rs. 3 and profit % earned on selling 1 of item A is 30 %. Selling price and cost price of item B are Rs. 5 greater than that of item A respectively.
(C) Ratio of profit % earned on A and B is 3 : 2 and ratio of their cost price is 2 : 3 respectively. All profit % , cost price and selling price have integer value.
(a) Either A and B or B and C are sufficient to answer the question
(b) Either A and B or A and C are sufficient to answer the question
(c) Either A and C or B and C are sufficient to answer the question
(d) A, B and C together are sufficient to answer the question
(e) Either only B or A and C together are sufficient to answer the question

Directions (3-5): In the given questions, two quantities are given, one as ‘Quantity I’ and another as ‘Quantity II’. You have to determine relationship between two quantities and choose the appropriate option:

Q3. A man invested in the ratio of 8 : 11 in two schemes ‘A’ & B. Scheme ‘A’ offered compound interest, while scheme ‘B’ offered simple interest.
Quantity I – Amount invested in scheme ‘B’.
If rate of interest offered in scheme ‘A’ & ‘B’ was 20% p.a. and 16% p.a. respectively and the man got Rs. 3520 as total interest from both schemes after two years.
Quantity II – Amount invested by man in scheme ‘A’.
If rate of interest offered in scheme ‘A’ & ‘B’ was 10% p.a. and 20% p.a. respectively and man got Rs. 1870 more as interest from scheme ‘B’ as compared to A after two years.
(a) Quantity I > Quantity II
(b) Quantity I < Quantity II
(c) Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
(d) Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
(e) Quantity I = Quantity II or no relation

Q4. A bag contains 9 yellow balls, Y green balls and 7 red balls, if one ball is drawn at random from bag probability of it being green is 5/21 .
Quantity I – The probability that at least one of the fruits is apple when, two fruits are taken out from bucket P without replacement.
Bucket ‘P’ contains 2Y apple, 3(Y – 2) banana & 1.5(Y – 1) orange.
Quantity II – The probability that both of the dice are of same color, when two dice are taken out from bucket Q without replacement.
Bag ‘Q’ contains 4 red dice, 3.5(Y – 3) green dice and 2Y yellow dice.
(a) Quantity I > Quantity II
(b) Quantity I < Quantity II
(c) Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
(d) Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
(e) Quantity I = Quantity II or no relation

Q5. Two vessel A & B contains mixture of milk & water in the quantity of (X + 54) l and (X + 84) l respectively. The ratio of milk & water in vessel A and vessel B is 3 : 2 and 2 : 1 respectively.
Quantity I – Quantity of milk in vessel B.
If 60% mixture from vessel A and 66 ⅔ % mixture from vessel B taken out, then the remaining mixture in both vessels is equal.
Quantity II – 144 l
(a) Quantity I > Quantity II
(b) Quantity I < Quantity II
(c) Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
(d) Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
(e) Quantity I = Quantity II or no relation

Direction (6-10): – A school has four hostels in which there are two sections one for boys and one for girls. Line chart given below shows increase/decrease in total number of students in 2013 in these hostels as compare to 2012(previous year). Table given below shows ratio between number of boys to number of girls in these hostels in 2013. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions

Q6. In Aravali, number of girls in 2013 is 20% more than that in 2012. If change in the number of girls in Aravali is 25% greater than change in number of boys in Aravali then find the Number of boys in Aravali in 2013.
(a) 900
(b) 600
(c) 500
(d) 750
(e) 800

Q7. Number of students is increases and decreases in Aravali and Nilgiri in 2013 respectively as compare to 2012. Number of girls who left Aravali joins Nilgiri (No other change in Number of girls) such that ratio between increase and decreases in Number of boys in Aravali and Nilgiri in 2013 as compare to 2012 is 16 : 15, then find the change in Number of boys in Nilgiri?
(a) 350
(b) 320
(c) 300
(d) 420
(e) 400

Q8. In 2012, Number of boys in Udaygiri and Shivalik are equal and Number of girls in Shivalik is 540 more than the Number of girls in Udaygiri. If in 2013, Number of boys in both hostels are equal then find the Number of total student in Shivalik, If In 2013 strength of both hostels increases as compare to previous year
(a) 1650
(b) 1200
(c) 960
(d) 1500
(e) 900

Q9. In 2012 and in 2013 ratio of total strength of Udaygiri to that of Nilgiri is 4 : 5 and 5 : 8 respectively. Find the strength of Nilgiri in 2012 if strength of Udaygiri decreases
(a) 1600
(b) 1200
(c) 1250
(d) 1400
(e) 1750

Q10. In2013, strength of all hostels increases as compare to 2012. If total strength of hostels in 2012 is 1030, then find the Number of boys in Aravali in 2013 is how much more than the Number of boys in Udaygiri in 2013, given that ratio of strength of Aravali, Nilgiri, Udaygiri and Shivalik is 2 : 3 : 2 : 3 respectively
(a) 80
(b) 100
(c) 120
(d) 90
(e) 10

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