## 1 Nov 2016

### IBPS RRB/Clerk Exam 2016 – Section wise Full Test - 86

IBPS RRB/Clerk Exam 2016 – Section wise Full Test-86:
Dear Readers, IBPS RRB/Clerk Exam 2016 was approaching, for that we have given the Section wise Full Test which consist of all the three sections such as, Aptitude, Reasoning, and English. This Section wise Full Test will be provided on daily basis kindly make use of it.

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the questions followed:
Number of units Manufactured (M) and Sold (S) (in hundreds) by Five different companies over the years

1). What is the total number of units manufactured by Company C overall the years together?
a) 1420
b) 1030
c) 1230
d) 1320
e) None of these
2). What approximate percentage increase is the number of units sold by Company E in the year 2007 from the previous year?
a) 17
b) 36
c) 27
d) 32
e) 21
3). The number of units sold by Company D in the year 2006 is what percent of the number of units manufactured by it in that year?
a) 52.63
b) 61.57
c) 85.15
d) 73.33
e) None of these
4). What is the respective ratio of total number of units manufactured by Company A and B together in the year 2009 to those sold by them in the same year?
a) 5 : 2
b) 3 : 1
c) 7 : 5
d) 3 : 2
e) None of these
5). What is the average number of units sold by Company D over all the years together?
a) 166
b) 158
c) 136
d) 147
e) None of these

REASONING
Directions (6 – 10): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer
a) if only conclusion I is true
b) if only conclusion II is true
c) if either conclusion I or II is true
d) if neither conclusion I nor II is true
e) if both conclusion I and II are true
6). Statements: H = D, P ≥ Z > N, H ≥ P
Conclusions: I. D ≥ N II. Z < D
7). Statements: F ≥ J ≤ B < N, S = B ≥ J
Conclusions: I. S > N II. F ≤ N
8). Statements: Q < P ≤ S > R = U, C < E ≤ P
Conclusions: I. S > C II. E < Q
9). Statements: S ≥ R > G = N, Q ≥ L > G
Conclusions: I. R > L II. Q > N
10). Statements: W = D > T, S ≥ U > V, D > V = T
Conclusions: I. S > T II. W ≥ U

ENGLISH
Directions (Q. 11-15): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is e) i.e. ‘No Error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).
11). The meeting taken place a)/ when you were b)/ at a conference c)/ in Delhi last month. d)/ No error e).
12). Most companies neglect a)/ to spent none b)/ of their resources c)/ on training older employees. d)/ No error e).
13). Even today there are a)/ several million people b)/ who do not have c)/ access of banking services. d)/ No error e).
14). We are still a)/ waiting for the b)/ committee decision about c)/ the pension plan. d)/ No error e).
15). Ramesh doubts when a)/ he will be ready b)/ for the presentation c)/ in time. d)/ No error e).

1)c   2)e   3)d   4)e   5)b   6)d   7)d   8)a   9)b   10)a   11).a  12).b  13).d  14).b  15).a

Solutions:
1). c) Total number of units manufactured by Company C = 2.6 + 2.2 + 2.1 + 2.8 + 2.6 = 12.3 = 12.3 x 100 = 1230
2). e) % increase = (1.7 – 1.4)/1.4 x 100 = 0.3/1.4 x 100 = 21 (approx.)
3). d) Required percentage = 2.2/3 x 100 = 73.33
4). e) Required Ratio = 3.4 : 1.7 = 2 : 1
5). b) Total number of units sold by Company D over all the years = 2.2 + 1.9 + 1.5 + 1.2 + 1.1 = 7.9
Required Average = (7.9 x 100)/5 = 158

6). d)

7). d)

8). a)

9). b)

10). a)

Directions (Q. 11-15):
11).  a) Change ‘taken’ to ‘was taking’
12). b) Change ‘to spend none’ to ‘spending some’
13). d)  Replace ‘of’ with ‘to’
14). b) Change ‘waiting for’ to ‘awaiting’
15). a) Change ‘when’ to ‘whether’