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# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For IBPS PO Mains 2022- 21st November

Directions (1-4): Pie chart given below shows export distribution of 6 countries in percentage in 2017. Bar chart shows the increase in the exports percentage of these 6 respective countries in 2018 as compare to 2017 .

Q1. What is the percentage increase in total export in 2018 as compare to 2017?
(a) 15.02%
(b) 14.02%
(c) 16.05%
(d) 100%
(e) None of these

Q2. If total export in 2018 of all countries is Rs. 37136 cr then find the export of country S in 2017.
(a) 5430 cr.
(b) 5160 cr.
(c) 5400 cr.
(d) 5760 cr.
(e) None of these

Directions (5-7): In a mobile game quiz, 10 questions are asked with three options conducted only once in a day at a fix time. If you choose a wrong answer, you are eliminated. To win the game, you must answer all question correctly.

Q7. What is the probability of his winning with 1 mobile, if he knew 5 questions, and have doubt in 2 options of other 3 questions, and remaining 2 questions are totally unknown to him?
(a) 1/8
(b) 1/72
(c) 1/36
(d) 1/27
(e) 1/45

Direction (8- 10)- There are three bucket P, Q & R contains three fruits Mangos, Bananas & Oranges.
In bucket P, contains x Mangos and y Bananas. Number of bananas are 3 more than the number of Mangos. If Ram selected one fruits for eating, then the probability of getting orange is 3/16. The value of x is 37 ½ % less than y.
In bucket Q, number of Mangos is 40% more than that of bucket P. If Satish selecting two fruits at random for eating then the probability of getting both Bananas is 18/203. Total number of fruits in bucket Q is 29 .
In bucket R, the ratio of number of mangos to number of orange is 3 : 4. Total number of bananas & orange is 33 . If Veer selecting one fruit for eating the probability of getting mangos is 3/14.

Q8. What is the total number of bananas present in all the three buckets?
(a) 30
(b) 38
(c) 36
(d) 32
(e) 28

Q9. If all mangoes of bucket P is placed in the bucket Q then find the probability of choosing a mango from bucket Q?
(a) 5/17
(b) 9/17
(c) 3/17
(d) 7/17
(e) 6/17

Q10. If 25% oranges of bucket R are spoiled and thrown away then find the probability of choosing a good orange from bucket R?
(a) 3/13
(b) 5/13
(c) 7/13
(d) 6/13
(e) 2/13

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