SBI PO Quantitative Aptitude (Miscellaneous DI) For Prelims: 26th March 2019

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SBI PO Quantitative Aptitude (Miscellaneous) For Prelims: 26th March 2019

Quantitative Aptitude Quiz For SBI PO 

Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude Section has given heebie-jeebies to the aspirants when they appear for a banking examination. As the level of every other section is only getting complex and convoluted, there is no doubt that this section, too, makes your blood run cold. The questions asked in this section are calculative and very time-consuming. But once dealt with proper strategy, speed, and accuracy, this section can get you the maximum marks in the examination. Following is the Quantitative Aptitude quiz to help you practice with the best of latest pattern questions.




Directions (1-5): Study the following pie-chart carefully and answer accordingly:
The following pie-charts show the number of tourists who visited India from different countries. 



 Percentage distribution of tourists in these age groups is same for each country as given below 



Q1. If number of tourists from China was 9000, then find number of tourists from Nepal of age group (16-30).

2125
1835
1645
1944
None of these
Solution:

Q2. Find the ratio of tourist of age group (46-60) from Japan to age group (16-30) from USA, if number of tourists from UK was 7200.

4 : 9
9 : 4
7 : 9
1 : 3
4 : 5
Solution:

Q3. If total tourist from China of age group (60+) was 1500, find total tourist from Russia?

20450
19800
20000
21500
None of these
Solution:

Q4. Tourist from Nepal of age group (31-45) was what percent of total number of tourists, if tourist of that age-group from Russia was 700?

5.85%
6.30%
7.25%
8.45%
None of these
Solution:

Q5. If total tourist from all countries was 10000, then what is the average number of tourists from all the countries of age group (16-30)?

300
375
250
400
None of these
Solution:

Directions (6-10): Line-graph given below shows number of students playing three different games in five different schools. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions. 



Q6. Total number of students playing Hockey from school ‘N’, ‘O’ and ‘P’ together is what percent more than total number of students playing Cricket from school ‘L’, ‘M’ and ‘N’ together?

15%
20%
10%
25%
30%
Solution:

Q7. Male students from all schools together who play hockey is 75% more than female students from all schools together who play hockey. Find total number of male students who play hockey from all schools together?

800
900
1600
1400
1200
Solution:

Q8. Find the ratio between students who play football from school ‘L’ and ‘M’ together to students who play cricket from school ‘O’ and ‘P’ together?

9 : 13
5 : 6
10 : 13
12 : 13
4 : 3
Solution:

Q9. Average number of students playing football form all the schools together is how much more than average number of students playing cricket from all the schools together?

84
88
92
94
78
Solution:

Q10. Total number of students playing hockey in school ‘Q’ are 25% more than total number of students playing hockey in school ‘N’ and ‘O’ together. Find total number of students playing cricket in school ‘Q’ if ratio between students playing hockey to cricket in school ‘Q’ is 5 : 6?

1000
1200
1320
1440
1500
Solution:

Directions (11 –15): Bar graph given below shows total number of students registered and appeared in Math’s Olympiad from five different cities. Study the graph carefully and answer the following questions. 



Q11. If only 25/2% of students from Chandigarh and 100/7% of students from Kolkata qualified in Math’s Olympiad, find the ratio between students did not qualified in Math’s Olympiad from Chandigarh to students did not qualified from Kolkata?

31 : 21
21 : 20
30 : 17
21 : 17
20 : 17
Solution:

Q12. Total students qualified in Math’s Olympiad from Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore were in the ratio 31 : 27 : 30 respectively. If total number of qualified students from Delhi were 1240, find ratio of students did not qualified from Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore respectively?

31 : 27 : 30
27 : 29 : 17
30 : 27 : 17
29 : 30 : 29
20 : 21 : 31
Solution:

Q13. Total students who did not appeared in Math’s Olympiad from Kolkata are what percent more than total students who did not appeare in Math’s Olympiad from Delhi?

50%
25%
40%
20%
38%
Solution:

Q14. If ratio between boys and Girls who appeared in Math’s Olympiad from Chandigarh was 5 : 4 and total number of girls who appeared from Mumbai was 20% less than number of girls appeared from Chandigarh. Find total number of boys appeared from both given cities?

1650
1510
1420
1710
1820
Solution:

Q15. Out of total students appeared in math’s Olympiad from Delhi and Bangalore 40% students were qualified, in which 80% were girls. If boys qualified from Delhi were 25/2% of girls qualified from both cities, find total number of boys qualified from Bangalore are what percent of boys qualified from Delhi.

75%
100%
125%
80%
120%
Solution:

               






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