# “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:
QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
1. A and B started a business investing some amount in the ratio of 5 : 7 respectively. C joined them after 4 months with an amount equal to that of A. If their annual profit is Rs. 5934. What would be C’s share?
A. Rs 1290
B.  Rs 1370
C.  Rs 1225
D.  Rs 1340
E.  Rs 1435
2. The compound Interest (compounded annually) on a sum of money for 2 years @ 12% per annum is Rs.7224.96. What would be the simple interest on the same sum of money for 6 years @ 8% per annum?
A.  Rs. 14,562
B. Rs. 13,632
C.  Rs. 12,842
D.  Rs 14,088
E.  Rs. 13,192
3. A train 195m long is running at a speed of 73 kmph. In what time will it cross a man who is running at 5 kmph in the direction opposite to that in which the train is running (in seconds) ?
A.  14
B.  12
C. 9
D.  11
E.  7
4. If each edge of a cube is increased by 20%. Then its volume would increase (approximately) by what percent?
A.  82
B. 73
C.  68
D.  76
E.  58
5. A and B can do a piece of work in 12 days and 20 days respectively. They worked for 4 days together and then they left. The remaining work was finished by C in 7 days. In how many days can C alone finish the whole work?
A.  24
B.  15
C.  12
D. 17.5
E.  18
REASONING
Directions (1-5) In this question two/three statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II are given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
1. Statements:
All papers are roots.
All leaves are roots.
Some roots are algae.
Conclusion:
I: No leaf is algae.
II: Some papers are not roots.
A. Only conclusion I follows
B.  Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
C.  Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
D.  Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
E.  Only conclusion II follows

2. Statements:
All papers are roots.
All leaves are roots.
Some roots are algae.
Conclusion:
I: No algae is a paper.
II: All algae being paper is a possibility.
A.  Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
B.  Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
C.  Only conclusion I follows
D. Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
E.  Only conclusion II follows

3. Statements:
Some banks are schools.
All banks are colleges.
No college is an institute.
Conclusion:
I: No institute is a school.
II: No bank is an institute.
A.  Only conclusion II follows
B.  Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
C.  Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
D. Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
E.  Only conclusion I follows

4. Statements:
Some banks are schools.
All banks are colleges.
No college is an institute.
Conclusion:
I: All schools being colleges is a possibility.
II: All schools being institutes is a possibility.
A.  Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
B. Only conclusion I follows
C.  Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
D.  Both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
E.  Only conclusion II follows

5. In a certain code ‘go home’ is written as ‘ta na’ and “nice little home” is written as ‘na ja pa’. How is ‘go’ written in that code?
A.  None
B.  ja
C.  na
D.  na or ta
E. ta