## 16 Sep 2016

### Mission IBPS PO 2016 - Practice Quantitative Aptitude Questions

Mission IBPS PO 2016 - Practice Quantitative Aptitude Questions:
Dear Readers, Important Practice Aptitude Questions for IBPS PO and Upcoming Exams was given here with Solutions. Aspirants those who are preparing for the examination can use this.

Directions (Q.1-5): Study the following  graph carefully to answer these questions.
1). If revenue is defined as Quantity x Price, which item had the highest revenue?
a)    Wheat
b)    Rice
c)    Sugar
d)    Cumin
e)    Groundnut

2).If cumin is sold at a 10% discount, the quantity sold doubles. What will be the cost of the total quantity of cumin sold on discount?
a)    Rs 52.60
b)    Rs 28,800
c)    Rs 32,000
d)    Rs 57,600
e)    None of these

3).out of the total quantity of sugar sold, half the quantity is sold at the given rate while half the quantity is sold on a price increases by 20%.what is the total cost of the entire quantity of sugar sold?
a)    Rs23,100
b)    Rs 23,800
c)    Rs 22,400
d)    Rs 23,400
e)    None of these

4). If the quantities sold of groundnut and cumin is interchanged, what will be the total cost of the quantities sold for these two items together?
a)    Rs 62,000
b)    Rs 60,000
c)    Rs 65,000
d)    Rs 63,000
e)    None of these

5).If the quantity of coriander sold is increased by 200% and the price per kg is reduced by 8%, what will be the total cost of coriander sold?
a)    Rs 38,460
b)    Rs 36,480
c)    Rs 38,640
d)    Rs 36,840
e)    None of these

6).Excluding the stoppages, the speed of a car is 64kms/hr and including the stoppages the speed of the car is 48kms/hr for how many minutes does the car stop per hour?
a)    12.5 minutes
b)    15minutes
c)    10minutes
d)    18minutes
e)    None of these

Directions (Q. 7-10): Find out the odd term in the given series.
7). 135,243,405,613,801
a)    801
b)    135
c)    243
d)    613
e)    405

8). 1211016,2110113,1561191,1161510,1095113
a)    1161510
b)    2110113
c)    1095113
d)    1561191
e)    1211016

9). 269,364,561,893,624,241
a)    364
b)    893
c)    561
d)    269
e)    241

10). 21,24,81,36,6,4
a)    81
b)    24
c)    4
d)    6
e)    36

1)d  2)d  3)a  4)b  5)c  6)b  7)d  8)c  9)b  10)c

Solution:
Directions (Q. 1-5):
 Price(Rs per kg) Quantity(kg) Wheat 25 750 Rice 45 600 Sugar 30 700 Groundnut 50 500 Cumin 80 400 Coriander 70 200

 Item Price Quantity Revenue Wheat 25 750 18750 Rice 45 600 27000 Sugar 30 700 21000 Groundnut 50 500 25000 Cumin 80 400 32000

2). Price per kg of Cumin after 10% discount = Rs 72
Quantity sold = 2 × 400=800kg
The cost of the total quantity of cumin sold on discount=800 × 72= Rs 57600

3).Total quantity of sugar sold =700kg
Cost of 350kg of sugar at Rs 36 per kg = 350 × 30=Rs 10500
Cost of 350kg of sugar at Rs 36 per kg =350 × 36 =Rs 12600
Total cost =10500+12600=Rs 23100

4).Cost of groundnut = 50 × 400=Rs 20000
Cost of cumin =80 × 500=Rs 40000
Total cost = Rs 60000

5).Quantity sold =600kg
Price =Rs 64.4 per kg
Cost = 600 × 64.4 =Rs 38640

6).Without any stoppages, distance covered by car in one hour =64km
With stoppages, distance covered by car in one hour =48km
In one hour, percentage of distance covered with stoppages =48/64 = 75%
Hence, car stops for 15 minutes (25%) in one hour

7). In each term the sum of digits is 9, except 613 its sum is 6 + 3 + 1 =10, Hence

8). Numbers of 1’s in each term is 4,except 1095113 here number of 1’s is 3 only. Hence,

9).Unit digit in each term is a perfect square, except 893. Hence

10). Each term is a multiple of 3, except 4. Hence