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# SBI Clerk Main Quantitative Aptitude Quiz: 5th August

SBI Clerk Quantitative Aptitude Quiz

The section that holds the secret to your success in any examination is how well did you attempt the SBI Clerk Quantitative Aptitude. With time-consuming calculations and difficult to remember formulas, this section sometimes does prove to be the Achilles heel. But with Study NotesQuizzes and the right strategy you can bend it like Beckham. The quantitative section is decisive for all the upcoming major examinations and the SBI Clerk Mains is scheduled for 10 of August and you need all the practice you can get to date.
Here is the 5th of August Quiz for you to practice the topics of Table DI,  Miscellaneous Arithmetic and Simplification based questions.

Directions (1-5): The following table shows number of students who applied for the various posts for UPSSSC from six different cities of UP having different qualifications. Study the table carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Note: In table some data are missing. Find the missing data first if it is required in any question and then proceed.

Note: No. of students having different qualifications is independent from each-other
Don’t treat any student may have more than one qualification unless it is not mentioned in questions.

Q1. If only 10th pass students are eligible for group-D exam, then total number of students who applied for group-D exam from Barabanki is what percent of total number of students who have qualification of degree from Meerut and Jhansi together? It is given that total number of students from Barabanki who applied for various posts in UPSSC is 95,500.

Solution:

Q2. If only degree holders are eligible for Revenue Inspector post, then find the average number of students who have applied for revenue inspector post from all the cities together.
26,750
28,450
27,850
28,750
27,580
Solution:

Q3. According to UPSSSC, only those candidates who have qualification of both (12th + Diploma) qualification can apply for the post of Junior Engineer then find the total number of students who has applied for the post of JE from all the cities together. It is given that the number of students who have (12th + Diploma) qualification from Aligarh is 45% of number of students from Barabanki having same qualification.
90,400
87,500
95,400
Can’t be determined
1,30,200
Solution:

Q4. If number of students having (10th + Diploma) qualification from Meerut is 25% more than that from Aligarh having same qualification, then total number of students having (10th + Diploma) from these two states is what percent of total number of students having (10th + Diploma) from all the six cities together? It is given that total number of students from Aligarh having (10th + Diploma) qualification is 10,000

Solution:

Q5. If total number of students having 12th qualification from Allahabad is 100% more than that from Ghazipur and Jhansi together having same qualification, then what is the total number of students having 12th qualification from Allahabad. It is given that the ratio of number of students from Ghazipur and Jhansi having 12th qualification is 8 : 7 and total number of students having 12th qualification from all the cities is 85,700.
36,000
45,000
24,000
54,000
32,000
Solution:

Directions (6-10): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?

Q6. (– 251 × 21 × (–12)) ÷ ? = 158.13

250
400
300
15
18
Solution:

Q7.
352
314
326
338
426
Solution:

Q8. (6.5% of 375) – (0.85% of 230) =?
23.42
24.24
21.64
25.76
22.42
Solution:

Q9.
25
841
729
27
29
Solution:

Q10.
280.4
290.4
295.4
285.4
258.5
Solution:

Q11. A shopkeeper gives a discount of 19% on marked price of article A and selling price of article B is  more than selling price of article A. If shopkeeper made 20% profit on article B and selling price of article A was Rs. 840 more than cost price of article B, then find the cost price of article A. Shopkeeper sold article A at profit of 25%?
9070 Rs.
9060 Rs.
9040 Rs.
9020 Rs.
9072 Rs.
Solution:

Q12. The ratio between length of two goods train is 5 : 4. If both trains running in same direction at the speed of 144 km/hr and 108 km/hr and faster train cross the slower train in 54 sec, then find in what time both goods train cross each other, when running in opposite direction?

Solution:

Q13. In a corridor there are some Male, some female and some children are sitting for debate program. The probability of calling one male on stage is 3/10 and the probability of calling one child on stage is 2/5. If total number of female in corridor is 6 then find number of male and child in corridor?
4 & 6
6 & 8
8 & 10
2 & 12
3 & 15
Solution:

Q14. 48 gm zinc is mixed in a container, which contain 120 gm copper. 42 gm mixture from container taken out and some quantity of zinc and copper is mixed in the ratio of 2 : 1. If in the resulting mixture ratio of copper and zinc is 11 : 6, then find what quantity of zinc was added?
14 gm
12 gm
10 gm
16 gm
18 gm
Solution:

Q15. Four year ago age of Deepak mother’s was two times more than age of Deepak and present age of Deepak father’s is 16 years more than average of present age of Deepak and his mother’s present age. If total present age of all three is 112 years. Then find the ratio between age of Deepak and his father?
5 : 8
2 : 7
3 : 8
3 : 5
1 : 7
Solution:

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