# “20-20” Quantitative Aptitude | Crack SBI PO Prelims 2018 Day-131

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โ20-20โ Aptitude Questions | Crack SBI PO Prelims 2018 Day-131

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Directions (Q. 1 – 5): What value should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

1. 1325, 1392, 1461, 1538, 1647, ?
1. 1884
2. 1756
3. 1798
4. 1842
5. 1810
1. 3750, 1880, 945, 477.5, ?
1. 316.5
2. 279.25
3. 332.75
4. 243.75
5. 258.5
1. 987, 990, 1002, 1029, 1077, ?
1. 1178
2. 1196
3. 1152
4. 1224
5. 1250
1. 624, 310, 153, 74.5, ?
1. 56.25
2. 48.75
3. 60.5
4. 30.75
5. 35.25
1. 1456, 2417, 1328, 2553, 1184, ?
1. 2678
2. 2705
3. 2734
4. 2653
5. 2619

Directions (Q. 6 – 10): What approximate value should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

1. ? ร 5 = (3457.81 + 766.78) รท 25
1. 40
2. 34
3. 52
4. 58
5. 66
1. 242 รท 8 ร 3 + 292 = ? ร 7
1. 142
2. 165
3. 133
4. 151
5. 127
1. (3/8) of (24/15) of 661 =? + 122
1. 252
2. 216
3. 224
4. 198
5. 170
1. 125 ร 721 รท 12 % of 1499 =? + 124
1. 324
2. 358
3. 376
4. 312
5. 290
1. 21 ร 134.89 รท 9.21 +? – 4899 = 113
1. 5567
2. 5916
3. 5023
4. 4872
5. 4458
1. Priya bought a pen and paid 20% less than its original price. She sold it at 30% profit on the price she paid. What percentage of profit did she earn?
1. 30 %
2. 12 %
3. 24 %
4. 20 %
5. None of these
1. The total annual income of Rohit is Rs. 240000. He spends 20% of his monthly income in his sonโs education, 30% of the remaining in his household expense and rest is saved find his savings in a year?
1. 148600
2. 156800
3. 134400
4. 178200
5. None of these
1. A, B and C started the business by investing in the ratio of 3: 7: 9. 20% of the profit goes to charity; the remaining will be shared by three of them. The share of B is 35000. Find the total profit?
1. Rs. 104800
2. Rs. 145600
3. Rs. 95600
4. Rs. 118750
5. None of these
1. Three pipes P, Q and R can fill a tank in 8 hours. After working at it together for 3 hours, R is closed and P and Q can fill the remaining part in 6 hours. Find the number of hours taken by R alone to fill the tank?
1. 36 hours
2. 48 hours
3. 42 hours
4. 30 hours
5. None of these
1. Ragu sold a book at a loss of 13 %. If he had sold that book for Rs. 84 more, he would have gained 15 %. Find the selling price of the book to get a profit of 20 %?
1. 360
2. 420
3. 480
4. 500
5. None of these

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Directions (Q. 16 โ 20) Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

Following table shows the total number of people went for a gym in a certain city in different months and the ratio of male and female among them.

 ย Total number of people Men : Women January 450 5 : 4 February 540 2 : 1 March 620 3 : 1 April 390 7 : 6 May 480 7 : 5

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1. Total number of people went for a gym in the month of January and March together is approximately what percentage of total number of people went for a gym in the month of February and April together?
1. 130 %
2. 115 %
3. 85 %
4. 105 %
5. 142 %
1. Find the difference between the total number of men went for a gym in the month of January to that of total number of women went for a gym in the month of May?
1. 50
2. 70
3. 80
4. 100
5. 120
1. Find the total number of women went for a gym in the month of March, April and May together?
1. 427
2. 489
3. 513
4. 535
5. None of these
1. Find the ratio between the total number of women went for a gym in the month of January to that of total number of people went for a gym in the month of March?
1. 15 : 29
2. 12 : 23
3. 24 : 39
4. 10 : 31
5. None of these
1. Total number of people went for a gym in the month of March is what percentage more than total number of women went for a gym in the month of May?
1. 210 %
2. 185 %
3. 160 %
4. 230 %
5. None of these

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Directions (Q. 1 – 5):

The difference of difference is, *4

The pattern is, รท 2 + 5

The pattern is, +(1*3), +(2*6), +(3*9), +(4*12), +(5*15),…

The pattern is, – 4 รท 2

The pattern is, +312, -332, +352, -372, + 392,..

Directions (Q. 6 – 10):

5x = (3458 + 767) รท 25

5x = 4225/25

5x = 169

X = 169/5 = 33.8

X = 34

ย (24*24*3)/8 + 841 = 7x

216 + 841 = 7x

1057 = 7x

X = 1057/7 = 151

ย (3/8) * (24/15) * 661 = ? + 144

396 = x + 144

X = 396 โ 144

X = 252

125 * 720 รท [(12/100)*1500] = x + 124

125 * 720/180 = x + 124

500 โ 124 = x

X = 376

21 * (135/9) + x โ 4900 = 1331

315 + x โ 4900 = 1331

X = 1331 + 4900 โ 315

X = 5916

Let the original price be Rs. 100

Cost price = 100*(80/100) = Rs. 80

Selling price = 80*(130/100) = Rs. 104

Profit earned= 104 โ 80 = Rs. 24

Profit % = (24/80)*100 = 30 %

Salary per month = 240000/12 = 20000

Money spent for childโs education = 20/100*20000 = 4000

Household expenses = 16000*30/100= 4800

Savings per month = 11200

Savings in a year = 11200 *12 = Rs. 134400

Investment ratio = 3: 7: 9

Bโs share = 35000

7โs = 35000

1โs = 5000

19โs = 5000*19 = 95000

80 % of total profit = 95000

(80/100)*total profit = 95000

Total profit = 95000*(100/80) = Rs. 118750

ย (P + Q + R)โs one hour work = (1/8)

(P + Q + R)โs 3 hour work = (3/8)

Remaining work = 1-(3/8) = (5/8)

(5/8)*(P + Q)โs whole work = 6

(P + Q)โs whole work = 48/5 days

Rโs one hour work = (1/8) โ (5/48) = 1/48 hours

R alone can fill the tank in 48 hours.

Let the cost price be Rs. X,

X*(87/100) + 84 = x*(115/100)

(115x/100) โ (87x/100) = 84

28x/100 = 84

X = 84*100/28

X = 300

Cost price = Rs. 300

Selling price = 300*(120/100) = Rs. 360.

Directions (Q. 16 โ 20)

Total number of people went for a gym in the month of January and March together

= > 450 + 620 = 1070

Total number of people went for a gym in the month of February and April together

= > 540 + 390 = 930

Required % = (1070/930)*100 = 115 %

The total number of men went for a gym in the month of January

= > 450*(5/9) = 250

The total number of women went for a gym in the month of May

= > 480*(5/12) = 200

Required difference = 250 โ 200 = 50

The total number of women went for a gym in the month of March, April and May together

= > 620*(1/4) + 390*(6/13) + 480*(5/12)

= > 155 + 180 + 200 = 535

The total number of women went for a gym in the month of January

= > 450*(4/9) = 200

The total number of people went for a gym in the month of March

= > 620

Required ratio = 200: 620 = 10: 31

Total number of people went for a gym in the month of March = 620

Total number of women went for a gym in the month of May

= > 480*(5/12) = 200

Required % = [(620 โ 200)/200]*100 = 210 %

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