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# Twisted One Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for All Banking Exams- 14th May

Q1. Shivam’s age is 4/5th of Avinash’s age while age of Avinash after 5 years will be equal to twice the present age of Pradeep. If the sum of ages of all three is 37 years. Find the present age (in years) of Shivam.
(a) 15
(b) 10
(c) 12
(d) 17
(e) 20

Q2. In a juice, guava is 85% and rest is sugar. In another juice, pomegranate is 90% while rest is sugar. Both the juices are mixed in the ratio of 3 : 2. Find concentration of sugar in final mixture. (in %)
(a) 10
(b) 11
(c) 12
(d) 13
(e) 14

Q3. Rahul invested a sum of Rs. 10000 in a scheme offering simple interest at 10% p.a. after 2 years, he again invested all the money he got from scheme in share market at Rs. 50 per share. After 1 month, he sold all his shares at Rs. 52 per share. Find his profit percent.
(a) 2 %
(b) 24 %
(c) 4 %
(d) 15 %
(e) 12 %

Q4. Sanjeev can prepare some dishes in 4 hours while Nisha can prepare same in 5 hours. Madhulika takes 20% less time than Sanjeev & Nisha take together to prepare same dishes. What is the efficiency ratio of Sanjeev & Madhulika?
(a) 4:9
(b) 16:9
(c) 16:45
(d) 4:5
(e) 2:3

Q6. Glass ‘A’ contains 400 ml sprite & glass ‘B’ contains 220 ml coke. 4X ml sprite taken out from ‘A’ and mixed in ‘B’ and then 3X ml mixture from ‘B’ taken out and poured into a vacant glass ‘C’. If ratio of coke to sprite in glass C is 11 : 4, then find remaining quantity of sprite in glass ‘B’?
(a) 240 ml
(b) 60 ml
(c) 64 ml
(d) 80 ml
(e) 48 ml

Q8. A, B & C invested their respective savings in a scheme, which offered CI at 20% p.a. for two years and received total interest of Rs. 1694. If A & C invested double of their respective saving in another scheme, which offered SI at 10% p.a. for two years and received total interest of Rs. 1100, then find difference between saving of A & C together & saving of B?
(a) 1250 Rs.
(b) 1650 Rs.
(c) 1150 Rs.
(d) 1050 Rs.
(e) 750 Rs.

Q9. Cost price of a jeans is Rs. 200 more than cost price of a shirt. If shirt is sold at 20% loss and jeans is sold at 25% profit, then shopkeeper gets a total profit of 5 5/7% on selling a shirt and a jeans. Find the overall profit or loss (in %) of shopkeeper, if shirt is sold at 25% profit and jeans is sold at 20% loss?
(a) 5/7%
(b) 4/7%
(c) 3/7%
(d) 2/7%
(e) 6/7%

Q10. A bag contains 12 balls (Red & blue). Two balls are taken out randomly from the bag and probability of one ball being red and one ball being blue is 35/66. If ‘n’ blue balls added in bag and then two balls are taken out randomly from bag, then minimum probability of remaining blue balls in bag is 9/14, find ‘n’? (blue balls are more than red balls in the bag initially).
(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 4
(d) 6
(e) 8

Q11. Due to new rules of TRAI, Rs. 154 is fixed as FTA upto 100 SD channels and additional Rs. 10 per 3 HD or 6 SD channels. A person paying Rs. 400 earlier, has now subscribed for 80 SD channel pack worth Rs. 250 and 9 HD channels pack at Rs. 4 per channel. What is his percent increase in bill amount?
(a) 32.5%
(b) 13.25%
(c) 20%
(d) 17.5%
(e) None of these

Q12. Due to bad weather, a taxi driver reached late at airport by 30 minutes to pick Vijay who had to wait for 75 minutes, who reached early due to increased speed of airplane by 10%. Find the duration of flight.
(a) 10 hr 15 min
(b) 7 hr 20 min
(c) 8 hr
(d) 8 hr 15 min
(e) 13 hr 45 min

Q13. In how many ways can 5 letter words be formed from 2nd, 5th, 6th, 8th and 9th letter of the word ‘METICULOUS’?
(a) 120
(b) 60
(c) 240
(d) 24
(e) 12

Q14. Interest earned on a certain sum in 2 years at 20% pa at CI is twice the interest earned on Rs. 1100 for 2 yrs at 10% SI. Find sum.
(a) Rs. 1000
(b) Rs. 500
(c) Rs. 750
(d) Rs. 1250
(e) Rs. 1500

Q15. Varun and Kartik purchased the shares in ratio 7:9 for the cost of their basic salaries. The company gave each of them 50 shares as incentive, due to which the ratio changes to 9:11. If each share cost is Rs. 60. Find basic salary of Varun.
(a) Rs. 13500
(b) Rs. 16500
(c) Rs. 21000
(d) Rs. 10500
(e) Rs. 27000

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