Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For NIACL AO Prelims: 4th January 2019

Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For NIACL AO

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

Directions (1-5): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.

The table shows the sales (in kg) of six different fruits in six different months by a fruit seller.

Q1. Grapes sold in April and May together is approximately by how much percent less than Oranges sold in January?

25.5%
20.4%
30.5%
18.6%
24%

Q2. What is the average of quantity (in kg) of mangoes, grapes, berries, pineapples and oranges sold in May, January, April, June and March respectively?

528
568
588
586
598

Q3. What is the ratio of total quantity of Mangoes and Apples sold in January to that of oranges and berries sold in June?

97:134
134:94
93:134
91:134
134:91

Q4. Total quantity of Berries sold is approximately what percent of total quantity of Apples sold over the given months?

45%
51%
58%
60%
48%

Q5. If on selling 5 kg Apples a profit of Rs. 45 is made, then what is the total profit amount earned on selling Apples?

Rs. 52,290
Rs. 54,450
Rs. 52,280
Rs. 59,220
None of these

Directions (6-10): Solve the question given below and find the exact value.

Q6. 580 + 24 × 0.25 - 3 = ?

580
586
583
593
563
Solution:

= 580 + 6 - 3
= 583

Q7. 75% of 1228 + 45% of 400 = ?

1201
1101
1301
1501
1001

Q8. 1520 + 18420 + 1680 ÷ 80 = ?

19951
19971
11981
11941
19961

Q9. ?% of 6300 = 225 - 44% of 225

4
5
2
3
6

Q10. ∛5832 × √361 = 18% of 190 × ?

12
10
8
9
15

Q11. If the ages of A and C are added to twice the age of B, the total becomes 59. If the ages of B and C are added to thrice the age of A, the total becomes 68. And if the age of A is added to thrice the age of B and thrice the age of C, the total becomes 108. What is the age of A ?

17 years
19 years
12 years
11 years
21 years
Solution:

A + 2B + C = 59 …(i)
3A + B + C = 68 …(ii)
A + 3B + 3C = 108 …(iii)
Solving these equations together
A = 12 years, B = 15 years, C = 17 years

Q12. Ruby’s monthly income is three times Gayatri’s monthly income. Gayatri’s monthly income is fifteen percent more than Priya’s monthly income. Priya’s monthly income is Rs. 32,000. What is Ruby’s Annual income?

Rs. 1,20,300
Rs. 13,24,800
Rs. 38,800
Rs. 54,600
Rs. 12,34,800

Q13. In order to maximize his gain, a theatre owner decides to reduce the price of tickets by 20% and as a result of this, the sales of tickets increase by 40%. If, as a result of these changes, he is able to increase his weekly collection by Rs. 1,68,000, find by what value did the gross collection increase per day?

14,000
18,000
24,000
20,000
16,000

Q14. A person bought 864 articles and sold 800 of them for the price he paid 864 articles. He sold the remaining articles at the same price per article as the other 800. The percentage gain on the entire transaction is

7.5%
8%
8.5 %
9 %
10 %

Q15. Rashmi had Rs. 4200. She invested some of it in scheme A for 4 yours and rest of the money she invests in scheme B for two years. Scheme A offers simple interest at a rate of 22% p.a. and scheme B offers compound interest (compounded annually) at a rate of 10% p.a. if the interest received from Scheme A is Rs. 1516 more than the interest received from Scheme B, what was the sum invested by her in scheme A?

Rs. 2,600
Rs. 2,000
Rs. 2,200
Rs. 2,400
Rs. 1800

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