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# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For RBI Grade B/ ECGC PO/ SIDBI Grade A Prelims 2022- 18th May

Directions (1-5): Read the following bar graph carefully and answer the questions given below.
Given the bar graph shows the total number of people (men and women) and the number of men visiting five different hill stations, A, B, C, D & E from a town X.

Q1. Find the difference between average number of men visiting all five hill stations together and average number of women visiting hill station A and B together?
(a)34
(b)22
(c)46
(d)16
(e)28

Q2. Find the ratio between total number of women visiting hill station C and B together to total number of men visiting hill station A and E together?
(a)17:25
(b)19:25
(c)25:19
(d)21:25
(e)19:17

Q5. Find the pair of hill stations in which maximum number of men and minimum number of women have visited?
(a)B, C
(b)A, E
(c)E, D
(d)C, D
(e)B, A

Directions (6-10): Read the following pie chart carefully and answer the questions given below.
The pie chart given below shows the number of shoes manufactured by seven different brands in the month of March 2021 (in degrees) and the table below shows the ratio of sold shoes to unsold shoes of same given brands.
Note: Total shoes manufactured by all seven brands are 18,000.

Q6. Find the difference between the number of shoes sold by New Balance & HRX together and the number of unsold shoes by Nike and Puma together?
(a)100
(b)300
(c)150
(d)250
(e)200

Q7. Find the ratio of total number of shoes sold by Woodland to average number of unsold shoes by all brands together, except Sketchers and New Balance?
(a)19:17
(b)17:60
(c)19:40
(d)40:19
(e)48:17

Q8. Find the total number of shoes manufactured by Sketchers are what percent less or more than the total number of shoes sold by HRX?
(a)5%
(b)25%
(c)30%
(d)20%
(e)10%

Q9. Out of the seven brands, find out which two brands sold the maximum number of shoes and minimum number of shoes respectively and also find the average of both of them?
(b)Woodland, New Balance, 2000
(c)Nike, Skechers, 2000
(d)Puma, HRX, 1000
(e)None of these

Q10. If in the month of April, the total number of shoes sold by Puma is 20% more than the previous month and overall shoes manufactured by all seven brands are 25% less than the month of March, then find the shoes sold by Puma is what percent of total number of shoes manufactured in April?
(a)66⅔%
(b)16⅔%
(c)13⅓%
(d)33⅓%
(e)6⅔%%

Directions (11-15): Read the following bar graph carefully and answer the questions given below.
The following bar graph shows the total number of students going for learning three different language class, French, German and Russian, in five different language academy, A, B, C, D and E.

Q11. Find the difference between the total number of students learning German and that of Russian in all the five language academies together?
(a)95
(b)115
(c)100
(d)120
(e)110

Q12. In academy E, the ratio of girls to boys learning all three languages together is 2:3. Find the average number of 25% girls in academy E and  of boys in the same academy?
(a)31.5
(b)14
(c)27
(d)19.5
(e)23.5

Q13. Find the number of students learning German in academy D is what percent less or more than the number of students learning French in academy A?
(a)150%
(b)75%
(c)125%
(d)50%
(e)100%

Q14. Find the respective ratio between the number of students learning all the three languages together in academy B to that of academy C?
(a)9:8
(b)7:8
(c)8:7
(d)8:9
(e)9:7

Q15. If x number of students who joined the academy F to learn all three languages is equal to the 20% of total students in academy A, then find the value of x²?
(a)100
(b)400
(c)625
(d)225
(e)900

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