Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For SBI Clerk
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Directions (1-5): Answer the following question based on the information given below.
Every year, a survey of 1000 people is conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO). WHO found that in the year 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005 the percentage of people affected by jaundice were 30%, 40%, 30%, 20% and 45% respectively. WHO also found that every year out of the affected people 60% were students, 10% were house-wives and 30% were drivers. The number of house-wives, students and drivers were in the ratio 20 : 11 : 9, every year.
Q1. In the year 2003, find the number of house-wives affected by jaundice?
Q2. In the year 2005, find the number of drivers who were not affected by jaundice?
Q3. What is the difference in the number of students affected and not affected by jaundice in the year 2002?
Q4. Find the ratio of the number of house-wives affected by jaundice in the year 2001 to that affected by jaundice in the year 2004.
Q5. Which year had the maximum number of students not affected by jaundice?
Q6. Two trains of length 160 m and 120 m are running on parallel line in same direction and train with length of 120 m is travelling at a speed of 45 km/hr. The longer train cross a man seating in smaller train in 12 sec. Find the speed of longer train ?
Q7. A train passes a 50 metres long Platform in 14 seconds and a man standing on the platform in 10 seconds. The speed of the train is:
Q8. A train passes two bridges of lengths 800 m and 400 m in 100 seconds and 60 second respectively. The length of the train is:
Q9. A boat takes 6 hours more time to cover upstream distance of 48 km than that in downstream. If speed of current is 2 km/hr, then speed of boat in still water is:
Q10. Rehan takes 2 hours more time in swimming in upstream than Rishi swimming in downstream between two points A and B. If speed of Rehan and Rishi in still water is 4 km/hr and 6 km/hr respectively and speed of current is 1 km/hr then find the distance between A and B.
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