# Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For SBI PO Prelims: 24th January 2019

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### Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For SBI PO

If talked about banking exams, Quant Section is considered to be one of the most difficult sections and so, gives heebie-jeebies to many. The questions asked in this section are calculative and very time-consuming and if you do not practice it well, it can make your blood run cold during the exam. Adda247 is here with practice questions on all the topics that are likely to be asked in the exam.

Q1. A student obtained equal marks in Physics and Chemistry. The ratio of marks in Chemistry and Math is 2: 3 and the ratio of marks in Physics and English is 1 : 2. If he has scored an aggregate of 55% marks. The maximum marks in each subject is same. In how many subjects did he score equal to or greater than 60% marks?

1
2
3
0
5
Solution:

Q2. The concentration of glucose in three different mixtures (glucose and alcohol) is 1/2, 3/5 and 4/5 respectively. If 2 litres, 3 litres and 1 litre are taken from these three different vessels and mixed. What is the ratio of glucose and alcohol in the new mixture?

4 : 5
3 : 2
3 : 5
2 : 3
7 : 3
Solution:

Q3. 10 years ago the age of Krishna was 1/3 rd of the age of Banshi. 14 years hence the ratio of ages of Krishna and Banshi will be 5 : 9. Find the ratio of their present ages:

13 : 29
11 : 27
29 : 17
13 : 25
12 : 13
Solution:

Q4. Nathu sweets sells sohanpapdi (a favorite indian sweet) at Rs. 15 per kg. A sohanpapdi is made up of flour and sugar in the ratio of 5 : 3. The ratio of price of sugar and flour is 7 : 3 (per kg). Thus, he earnsprofit. What is the cost price of sugar?

Rs. 10/kg
Rs. 9/kg
Rs. 18/kg
Rs. 14/kg
Rs. 21/kg
Solution:

Q5. A dealer buys dry fruits at Rs. 100, Rs 80 and Rs. 60 per kilogram. He mixes them in the ratio 4 : 5 : 6 by weight, and sells at a profit of 50%. At what price per kilogram does he sell the dry fruit?

Rs. 116
Rs. 106
Rs. 115
Rs. 112
Rs. 118
Solution:

Directions (6-10): Find out the approximate value which should replace the question mark (?) in the following questions. Note: (You are not expected to find out the exact value)

Q6. 25.05% of 2845 + 14.999 × 2400 = ?

36,700
36,500
35,800
35,600
36,200
Solution:

Q7. 1010 ÷ 36 + 187 × 20.05 = ?

3650
3770
3825
3800
3700
Solution:

Q8. 125% of 4875 + 88.005 × 14.995 = ?

7395
7490
7510
7375
7415
Solution:

Q9. 39.05 × 14.95 – 27.99 × 10.12 = (36 + ?) × 5

22
29
34
32
25
Solution:

Q10. 158.004 × 4.06 + 20.12% of 849.86 + ? = 950.93

350
480
280
250
150
Solution:

Directions (11-15)- Study the following table and answer the questions accordingly

Table shows production of mobile phone in different companies in different years (in thousand).

Q11. Which mobile phone company witnessed lowest growth rate in production from 2006 to 2012?

Nokia
Samsung
Lenovo
Moto
None of these
Solution:

Q12. Total phones produced by MI in 2007 is what percent of total phones produced by Nokia over all years? (approximately)

12%
9%
15%
18%
22%
Solution:

Q13. What is the ratio of total production of company MI to the total production of Company Lenovo in all the years together?

83 : 55
55 : 83
89 : 53
53 : 89
11 : 83
Solution:

Total production of company MI
= 71 + 75 + 79 + 88 + 92 + 97 + 103 = 605 thousands
Total production of company Lenovo
= 100+ 120 + 102 + 131 + 143 + 154 + 163 = 913 Thousand
∴ ratio = 605: 913
Ratio = 55 : 83

Q14. Total phones produced by Nokia and Moto in 2012 is approximately what percent more or less than the phones produced by Nokia and MI in 2007?

10%
27%
18%
13%
23%
Solution:

Q15. Which mobile phone company witnessed the maximum growth rate in production from 2006 to 2010?

Moto
MI
Samsung
Nokia
None of these
Solution:

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