“DAILY HANDOUTS”- Morning Session

    “DAILY HANDOUTS”- Morning Session
    “DAILY HANDOUTS”- Morning Session:
    Dear Aspirants, “Practice makes a man perfect” is a most popular proverb. Practice means constant use of one’s intellectual and aesthetic powers. Perfect means ‘ideal’, complete and excellent’. Proper planning and practice promote perfect performance. Constant practice also sharpens talents.

    To give more practice to you, to make your practice hours more, to make us a part of your success, our team planned a new session of “Daily Handouts”.
    In this particular session we will give you questions with options and without explanations. You have to solve by your own and if there is any doubt arises while solving or unable to solve the questions or facing any sort of problems means you can comment below IBPS GUIDE Team will help you out to solve the problem.
    Thank you. Hope it will help you more in your success and one more thing you can comment the answers to help others also.
    Today’s Handouts:
    REASONING
    Directions (1 – 5) Study the given information and answer the question ;
    When a word and number arrangement machine is given an input line of words and numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement:
    (All the numbers are two digit numbers)
    Input: recent 32 43 news paper 56 objective 89 assessment 13 23 done
    Step I: 13 assessment recent 32 43 news paper 56 objective 89 23 done
    Step II: 23 done 13 assessment recent 32 43 news paper 56 objective 89
    Step III: 32 news 23 done 13 assessment recent 43 paper 56 objective 89
    Step IV: 43 objective 32 news 23 done 13 assessment recent paper 56 89
    Step V: 56 paper 43 objective 32 news 23 done 13 assessment recent 89
    Step VI: 89 recent 56 paper 43 objective 32 news 23 done 13 assessment
    Step VI is the last step of the above arrangement as the intended arrangement is obtained. As per the rules followed in the given steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.
    Input: evaluation 42 51 of 85 paper 97 today 11 important 37 68 now finish

    1. Which element is seventh to the right of the element which is eleventh from the right end, of the last step?
    a)  85
    b)  42
    c) 37
    d)  finish
    e)  important
    2. How many steps will be required to complete the given arrangement based on the given input?
    a)  Nine
    b)  six
    c)  Eight
    d)  Ten
    e) Seven
    3. What is the position of paper’ from the left end in the second step ?
    a)  Seventh
    b)  Eighth
    c) Ninth
    d)  sixth
    e)  Fifth
    4. In which step are the elements ‘finish 11 evaluation of’ found in the same order ?
    a) Fourth
    b)  Second
    c)  Third
    d)  Fifth
    e)  The given order of elements is not found in any step.
    5. Which of the following is third step of the arrangement based on the given input ?
    a)  51 of 85 paper 97 today 68 now 42 important 37 finish 11 evaluation
    b)  42 important 11 evaluation 51 of 85 paper 97 today 68 now 37 finish
    c) 42 important 37 finish 11 evaluation 51 of 85 paper 97 today 68 now
    d)  important 42 finish 37 evaluation 11 51 of 85 paper 97 today 68 now
    e)  51 of 85 paper 97 today 68 now 11 evaluation 37 finish 42 important

    QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
    Study the following table to answer the questions:
    Production of different food grains (in thousand tons) by six states in 2005
    State
    Wheat
    Rice
    Jowar
    Bajra
    Andhra Pradesh
    80
    220
    60
    80
    Gujarat
    150
    120
    90
    120
    Odisha
    100
    240
    70
    100
    Bihar
    120
    60
    110
    140
    Maharashtra
    140
    180
    220
    160
    Karnataka
    110
    280
    120
    70

    1. Total production of wheat by Bihar and Maharashtra together is what percent of the total production of bajra by these two states together?
    a) 86 2/3
    b)  87 2/3
    c)  88 2/3
    d)  86 ¾
    e)  83 2/3
    2. What is the difference between total production (in thousand tons) of wheat and rice by Andhra Pradesh. Gujarat and Maharashtra together in 2005?
    a) 150
    b)  160
    c)  140
    d)  180
    e)  120
    3. Out of the total production of all the food grains together by Andhra Pradesh in 2005. 90% of the quantity could be sold. What was the total quantity of given food grains (in thousand tons) sold by Andhra Pradesh in that year?
    a)  440
    b)  340
    c)  364
    d)  410
    e) 396
    4. What is the respective ratio between total production of bajra by Andhra Pradesh Gujarat and Odisha together and the total production of jowar by Bihar. Maharashtra and Karnataka together ?
    a)  4 : 7
    b)  4 : 5
    c) 2 : 3
    d)  3 : 7
    e)  3 : 5
    5. If the total production of wheat by Gujarat. Odisha and Bihar together in 2006 was more than that in 2005 by 20%. What was the total production of wheat by these three states together in 2006 in thousand tons?
    a)  404
    b)  396
    c)  407
    d) 444
    e)  388
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