# SBI PO Quantitative Aptitude Quiz: 31st May

### SBI PO Quantitative Aptitude Quiz

Here, we are providing free crash course for SBI PO as there is left not enough time to deal in details. The questions asked in the quantitative aptitude 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): The pie-chart shows the total bags manufactured by 5 different companies Adidas, Puma, Nike, American tourister, Safari.

Total number of manufactured bags = 48000
The line graph shows the percentage of sales of bags by these companies--

Q1. Find the total number of sold bags of companies adidas, Puma and Nike together?
4000

6000
5075
6025
2000

Q2. Find the difference between the manufactured bags of American tourister and Safari together and the manufactured bags of Puma and Nike together?

4600

5000
4400
5500
4800

Q3. Find the ratio between the number of manufactured bags of Puma and Adidas together to the number of sold bags of American tourister?
200 : 49
50 : 49
143 : 50
49 : 100
100 : 7

Q4. Total number of sold bags of safari and Puma together is what approximate percent of total number of sold bags of Adidas?
100%
175%
140%
166%
156%

Q5. Find the total number of unsold bags of Puma and Nike together?
9682
11542
10560
10000
10420

Q6. In what ratio two types of sugar must be mixed having cost of Rs 55/kg and Rs 62/kg so that on selling this mixture at Rs 72/kg a profit of 20% is obtained?
2:5
5:4
2:3
6:7
2:9

Q7. The average of 26 number is 14. The average number of first 13 number is 12 and the average of next 12 number is 16, then find the last number?
26
10
19
16
23
Solution:
Total sum is 26 × 14
= 364
Sum of first 13 number = 13 × 12
= 156
Sum of next 12 number = 12 × 16
= 192
Last number is = 364 – (156 + 192)
= 364 – 348
= 16
Q8. A and B two friends enter into a partnership with the initial investments Rs.15400 and Rs.19250 respectively. After 4 months B withdraws Rs 7700. If total profit after a year is Rs 11500, then find profit share of A
Rs.8,000
Rs.6,000
Rs.4,500
Rs.5,400
Rs.6,400

Q9. Rishabh and Arjun are two business partners. They invest their capital in the ratio 7 : 9. After 6 months, a third person jay joins them with a capital of two third of that of Arjun. After a year, profit share of Rishabh was Rs 5600 then find total profit.
Rs 15,200
Rs 12,500
Rs 16,400
Rs 30,400
Rs 24,600

Q10. Ratio between marked price and cost price of an article is 5 : 3. If this article is sold at Rs. 60, a profit of 25% is obtained. If the same article is sold at its marked price, then the profit percentage will be:
100/3%
200/3%
50/3%
48%
54%

Directions (11-15): Simplify the following questions and find the exact value of (?).

Q12. 8451 + 793 + 620 – ? = 6065 + 713
3912
3712
3312
3512
3086
Solution:
? = 9864 - 6778
= 3086
Q13. 811.81 + 88.11 + 0.88 + 1.88 + 8 = ?
910.68
912.56
904.88
902.67
916.68
Solution:
? = 910.68
Q14. 25.5 × ? × 14.7 = 4798.08
19.2
11.6
10.5
12.8
14.8

Q15. (?)² + (23)² = (106)² – (46)² – 127
84
86
92
80
94
Solution:
?² = 11236 – 2116 - 529 – 127
= 8464
⇒ ? = ± 92

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