Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for Prelims Exams- SBI & IBPS 2020- 25th November

Q1. Veer and Manyu entered into a business by investing Rs. 6000 and Rs. 8000 for x and (x+4) months respectively. At the end, profit share of Veer is 3900 Rs. less than profit share of Manyu. Find the value of x if total profit is Rs. 12900. (in months)
(a) 12
(b) 8
(c) 6
(d) 10
(e) 14

Q2. Abhi, Rahul & Rola enter into a business. Abhi received 3/8 th of total profit & remaining profit is divided equally between Rahul and Rola. If Abhi’s income increases by Rs 420 then total profit increased from 8% to 16%. Then find capital invested by Rola?
(a) Rs 4250
(b) Rs 3420
(c) Rs 4375
(d) Rs 3850
(e) Rs 5235

Q3. Three partners A, B and C invested their amounts in ratio of 3 : 5 : 7. At the end of four months, A invests some amount such that, his total investment will be equal to C’s initial investment. If C’s share in profit is Rs 3150 then what will be total annual profit?
(a) Rs 8150
(b) Rs 7950
(c) Rs 8000
(d) Rs 7500
(e) Rs 8900

Q4. A,B,C…,F,G invested money in the ratio of 7:6:5:….2:1. The duration for which they invested the money is in the ratio of 1:2:3….6:7. Who will obtain maximum profit at the end of year?
(a) A
(b) G
(c) B
(d) F
(e) D

Q5. Veer and Anurag invested Rs. 1200 & Rs. 1600 respectively and after 15 months Veer withdrew 2/23 th of total profit, while Anurag added 4/23 th of total profit. If at the end of two years share of profit ratio of Veer & Anurag is 9 : 14, then find the difference between profit share of Veer & Anurag?
(a) Rs. 400
(b) Rs. 450
(c) Rs. 500
(d) Rs. 550
(e) Rs. 600

Q7. A and B invest in a partnership such that after 1/3rd of total time A increase 50% of his initial investment for half of remaining time and for rest of time he invests twice of his initial investment. If B invest twice of A’s initial investment for whole time, then find profit of A is how much percent more or less than B’s profit.
(a) 25% less
(b) 33.33% more
(c) 25% more
(d) 33.33% less
(e) None of these

Q8. Veer , Sameer and Divyaraj invested a total amount of Rs. 35000 in a business. Investment of Veer is half times more than that of investment of Sameer, while investment of Divyaraj is 25% more than that of Veer. If Divyaraj withdrew Rs. 1000 at the end of every year, then find the ratio of profit of Sameer , Veer and Divyaraj at the end of three years?
(a) 4 : 6 : 7
(b) 4 : 6 : 9
(c) 4 : 5 : 7
(d) 4 : 3 : 7
(e) 4 : 9 : 7

Q9. A is an alloy of two types of metals x and y and B is an alloy of two types of metals y and z. Some quantity of B is mixed with 30 gm of A to form another alloy which has 55% of y metal concentration. Find the quantity of B taken if an alloy A has 60% of y concentration and B has 40% of y concentration.
(a) 15 gm
(b) 12.5 gm
(c) 10 gm
(d) 20 gm
(e) 7½ gm

Q10. Two vessels contain a mixture of milk and water. In the first vessel, the ratio of milk to water is 3 : 2 and in the second vessel the ratio is 5 : 1. A 55 litre vessel is filled from these two vessels such that the resulting mixture contain milk and water in the ratio of 8 : 3. How many litres are taken from the second vessel ?
(a) 36 lit
(b) 60 lit
(c) 40 lit
(d) 30 lit
(e) 42 lit

Q11. Sandy has a vessel of capacity 16 litres full of mixture of wine & water and the percentage of wine in mixture is 75%. If sandy replaced some quantities of mixture with pure wine then the vessel contained only 10% of water. Quantity of water removed from the vessel is what percent of the capacity of vessel?
(a) 22%
(b) 15%
(c) 25%
(d) 18%
(e) 20%

Q12. In 120 lit mixture of milk and water, milk is 88 lit more than that of water. When ‘a’ lit of milk is taken out and (a+15) lit of water is added, ratio of milk to water in the mixture becomes 3:2. Find value of ‘a’?
(a) 23
(b) 14
(c) 21
(d) 28
(e) 16

Q13. There are two container A and B. A contains mixture of milk and water in the ratio 3:Y and B contains 75 L of pure water only. 75 L of mixture from A is taken out and mixed in B so that final ratio of milk and water in the B is 3 : 7. Find value of Y.
(a) 7
(b) 5
(c) 1
(d) 2
(e) 4

Q14. 8 kg of type A wheat, at the rate of Rs. 60 per kg mixed with 12 kg of type B wheat, at the rate of Rs. X per kg. If the price of resulting mixture is Rs. 67.2 per kg, then find at what price should per kg type B wheat sold to make a profit of 25%?
(a) 84 Rs.
(b) 96 Rs.
(c) 104 Rs.
(d) 90 Rs.
(e) 78 Rs.

Q15. In first mixture, ratio of milk to water is 7: 9. After adding 24 ltr of second mixture (having ratio of water to milk 3: 5) in the first mixture, the quantity of milk and water becomes equal in the final mixture. Find the total quantity of milk in the final mixture.
(a) 28 ltr
(b) 30 ltr
(c) 36 ltr
(d) 32 ltr
(e) 24 ltr

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