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# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Prelims 2022- 15th July

The following bar graph shows the number of people who visited five different parks, A, B, C, D & E, on two different days, i.e., Monday and Tuesday.

Quantitative Quiz For IBPS RRB PO/Clerk Prelims 2022 15th July in HINDI

Q1. Find the difference between the average number of people who visited on Monday and the average number of people who visited on Tuesday in all five parks together?
(a)540
(b)440
(c)320
(d)620
(e)480

Q2. Find the respective ratio between the sum of number of people who visited park B & C on Monday and the sum of number of people who visited park D & E on Tuesday together?
(a)31:43
(b)43: 60
(c)31:57
(d)57: 31
(e)60:43

Q3. Find the number of people who visited park D on both days is approximately what percent of the number of people who visited park A on Tuesday?
(a)178%
(b)342%
(c)212%
(d)304%
(e)258%

Q4. In another park F, the number of people who visited on Monday was 25% more than the number of people who visited park C on Tuesday while the total people who visited park F on both days were 4500. Find the number of people who visited park F on Tuesday?
(a)1800
(b)2250
(c)2150
(d)2400
(e)2350

Directions (6-10): Bar graph given below gives information about total no. of students appeared in JE exam held on five different weeks (Week1, Week2, Week3, Week4 & Week5).

Q6. If number of students who appeared on week1 for JE exam are 5% of total no. of students who applied for JE exam, then find number of students who appeared on Week4 for JE exam are what percent of total number of students who applied for JE exam?
(a) 4 ⅙%
(b) 4 ⅓%
(c) 2%
(d) 3%
(e) 4.67%

Q7. If the ratio of number of girls to boys appeared on Week2 and Week3 for JE exam are 3:2 and 5:3 respectively, then find number of girls appeared on Week3 for JE exam are how much more/less than no. of boys appeared on Week2 for JE exam?
(a) 4000
(b) 5000
(c) 6000
(d) 10000
(e) 8000

Q8. Find the number of students appeared on Week1 for JE exam are what percent more or less than number of students appeared on Week4 for JE exam?
(a) 20%
(b) 12.5%
(c) 25%
(d) 14.28%
(e) 7.14%

Q9. What is the respective ratio of average number of students appeared for JE exam on Week1, Week2 and Week5 to that of on Week3 and Week4?
(a) 147:110
(b) 55:49
(c) 49:55
(d) 55:51
(e) None of these.

Q10. If difference between number of students appeared for JE exam on Week1 and Week3 is 25% of total number of students who applied for JE exam, then find total number of students applied for JE exam are how much more than number of students appeared on Week2 for JE exam?
(a) 50000
(b) 46000
(c) 62000
(d) 38000
(e) 54000

Directions (11-15): Please understand the data carefully and answer the following question.
The following bar graph shows the total number of matches played and total matches won by the five different teams, P, Q, R, S and T.
Note: Total matches played=matches won + matches lost

Q11. Find the average number of matches won by team R, S & T.
(a)84
(b)96
(c)108
(d)72
(e)90

Q12. Find the ratio of number of matches lost by team P & Q together to the number of matches won by team S?
(a)21:17
(b)19:18
(c)19:21
(d)17:19
(e)21:20

Q13. Find the number of matches lost by team R is what percent more/less than the number of matches lost by team P?
(a)125%
(b)75%
(c)100%
(d)25%
(e)50%

Q14. Find the number of matches lost by team T is what percent of total number of matches played by T?
(a)20%
(b)50%
(c)30%
(d)40%
(e)60%

Q15. If another team Y had played double the number of matches played by team T and the number of matches won by team Y is 40 more than that by team Q, then find the number of matches lost by team Y?
(a)120
(b)40
(c)80
(d)100
(e)60

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