Quantitative Aptitude Quiz Questions for IBPS | SBI | RBI | Insurance Exam

Expected Pattern for Quantitative Aptitude in Upcoming Bank Exam

Quantitative Aptitude Quiz Questions for IBPS | SBI | RBI | Insurance Exam

Free Practice Set of Quantitative Aptitude for Upcoming Bank Exam

Expected Pattern for Quantitative Aptitude in Upcoming Bank Exam DIRECTIONS (Q. 41-45) :

In each of these questions a number series is given. Below the series one number is given followed by (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e).

You have to complete this series following the same  logic as in the original series and answer the question that follows.

 

  1.  5     9      25    91    414     2282.5

3     (a)    (b)    (c)    (d)      (e)

 

What will come in place of (c)?

(a)63.25

(b)63.75

(c)64.25

(d)64.75

(e)None of these

 

  1. 15     9      8       12      36      170

19    (a)    (b)     (c)     (d)      (e)

 

What will come in place of (b)?

(a)18

(b)16

(c)22

(d)24

(e)None of these

43.  7      6      10     27     104     515

9     (a)    (b)    (c)      (d)      (e)

 

What will come in place of (d)?

(a)152

(b)156

(c)108

(d)112

(e)None of these

 

  1.  6      16     57    244    1245     7506

4      (a)     (b)     (c)     (d)         (e)

 

What will come in place of (d)?

(a)985

(b)980

(c)1004

(d)1015

(e)None of these

 

  1.  8     9     20     63     256     1285

5    (a)    (b)    (c)     (d)       (e)

 

What will come in place of (e)?

(a)945

(b)895

(c)925

(d)845

(e)None of these

 

DIRECTIONS (Q. 46-50) :

What  value will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?(You are not expected to calculate exact value.)

 

  1. (32.51)^2 – (17.45)^2 = ?

(a)780

(b)850

(c)680

(d)820

(e)750

 

  1. 88.25% of 450 = ? % of 530

(a)70

(b)68

(c)75

(d)80

(e)65

 

  1. √898 × (12.005)^2 + ? = 5000

(a)680

(b)720

(c)750

(d)620

(e)630

 

  1. 3745 ÷  24.05 × 17.98 = ?

(a)2860

(b)2800

(c)2760

(d)2720

(e)2840

 

  1. 117.95 × 8.017 × 4.98 = ?

(a)4670

(b)4780

(c)4840

(d)4720

(e)4800

 

  1. A milkman bought 15 kg of milk and mixed 3 kg of water in it. If the price per kg of the mixture becomes Rs. 22, what is cost price of the milk per kg?

(a) 28.00

(b) 26.40

(c) 24.00

(d) 22.00

(e)None of these

 

  1. A person invested some amount at the rate of 12% simple interest and the remaining at 10%. He received yearly an interest of Rs. 130. Had he interchanged the amounts invested, he would have received an interest of Rs.134. How much money did he invest at different rates?

(a) Rs. 500 at the rate of 10%, Rs. 800 at the rate of 12%

(b) Rs. 700 at the rate of 10%, Rs. 600 at the rate of 12%

(c) Rs. 800 at the rate of 10%,  Rs. 400 at the rate of 12%

(d) Rs. 700 at the rate of 10%,  Rs. 500 at the rate of 12%

(e) None of these

 

  1. The marked price of a machine is Rs. 18000. By selling it at a discount of 20%, the loss is 4%. What is the cost price of the machine?

(a) 10000

(b) 12000

(c) 14000

(d) 15000

(e)None of these

 

  1. A train travels at a speed of 40 km/h and another train at a speed of 20 m/s. What is the ratio of speed of the first train to that of the second train ?

(a)2 : 1

(b)5 : 9

(c)5 : 3

(d)9 : 5

(e)None of these

 

  1. A is thrice as efficient as B and hence completes a work in 40 days less than the number of days taken by B. What will be the number of days taken by both of them when working together?

(a)22.5 days

(b)15 days

(c)20 days

(d)18 days

(e)None of these

 

  1. A person goes to a market between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. When he comes back, he finds that the hour hand and minute hand have interchanged their positions. For how much time(approximately) was he out of his house?

(a)55.25 minutes

(b)55.30 minutes

(c)55.34 minutes

(d)55.38 minutes

(e)None of these

 

  1. There are 48 cricket balls,72 hockey balls and 84 tennis balls and they have to be arranged in several rows in such a way that every row contains the same number balls of balls of one type. What is the minimum number of rows required for this to happen ?

(a)12

(b)16

(c)17

(d)19

(e)None of these

 

  1. If 1 is subtracted from the numerator of a fraction it becomes(1/3) and if 5 is added to the denominator the fraction becomes (1/4). Which fraction shall result, if 1 is subtracted from the numerator and 5 is added to the denominator ?

(a)5/12

(b)7/23

(c)1/8

(d)2/3

(e)None of these

 

  1. The price of an article is Rs. 25. After two successive cuts bythe same percentage, the price becomes Rs. 20.25. If each time the cut was x %, then

(a) x = 9

(b) x = 10

(c) x = 11

(d) x =11.5

(e)None of these

 

  1. A person could save 10% of his income. But 2 years later, when his income increased by 20%, he could save the same amount only as before. By how much percentage has his expenditure increased?

(a) 22 2/9 %

(b) 23 1/3 %

(c) 24 2/9 %

(d) 25 2/9 %

(e)None of these

 

DIRECTIONS (Q. 61-65) :

Study the following table carefully to answer the questions.

 

Rate of Interest (P.C.P.A) of Freed by Five Companies Deposits under different Schemes
Company Scheme A B C D E

 

 

I 8.5 9.0 8.0 8.5 9.0
II 9.5 8.5 9.0 9.0 8.5
III 8.0 8.0 7.5 8.5 8.5
IV 10.0 9.5 10.5 9.5 10.0

 

  1. Mr. X deposited an amount in Scheme II with Company C for two years. After that he withdrew the amount and reinvested only the principal amount in Scheme IV of Company B for two years. Total amount of simple interest accrued from the two schemes is Rs.14, 800. What was the principal amount?

(a) 48,000

(b) 42,000

(c) 40,000

(d)Cannot be determined

(e)None of these

 

  1. Company E offers compound interest under Scheme I and Company A offers simple interest under Scheme IV. What will be the difference between the interest earned under the Scheme I of Company E and Scheme IV of Company A respectively in two years on an amount of  1.2 lakhs? (a) 1,428

(b) 1,328

(c) 1,528

(d) 1,548

(e)None of these

63. Company D offers compound interest under Scheme II and simple interest under Scheme IV. Abhijeet invested Rs. 25,000 with this company under Scheme IV and after one year switched over to Scheme II along with the interest for one more year. What is the total amount he will get at the end of two years?

(a) 28,939.25

(b) 29,838.75

(c) 31,748.25

(d) 31,738.75

(e)None of these

64. Abhishek invested an amount of  45,000 for two years with Company B under Scheme III which offers compound interest and Jeevan invested equal amount for two years with Company C under Scheme IV which offers simple interest. Who earned more interest and how much?

(a) Abhishek, Rs.1,875

(b) Jeevan, Rs.1,875

(c) Abhishek, Rs.1,962

(d) Jeevan, Rs.1,962

(e) None of these

 

  1. Mr. Lal invested  30,000 in Company A under Scheme II which offers simple interest and  48,000 in Company D under Scheme II which offers compound interest. What will be the total amount of interest earned by Mr. Lal in two years?

(a) 14728.80

(b) 17428.50

(c) 14,827.70

(d) 16,728.20

(e)None of these

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