# IBPS RRB Clerk/EPFO Assistant Prelims Quantitative Aptitude Questions 2019 (Day-02)

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Directions (Q. 1 – 5): what approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?

1) (12.32)2 ÷ (3.15)2 × 80.11 ÷ 10.23 = ? – 411 ÷ 4.11

a) 230

b) 250

c) 220

d) 270

e) 200

2) (4.3 / 6.78) of 48.7 × 15 ÷ 5.12 + ? = 129.68

a) 66

b) 28

c) 82

d) 46

e) 74

3) √1291 × 24.91 ÷ 15.11 = ? – (8.11)2

a) 138

b) 124

c) 152

d) 166

e) 110

4) (2 / 7) of (21.2 / 13.8) of 188 = ? % of 299

a) 24

b) 31

c) 27

d) 32

e) 35

5) 13 4/5 + 8 3/10 – 11 1/5 + 16 7/10 = ? – 4 4/5

a) 33

b) 30

c) 36

d) 32

e) 35

Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

The following table shows the total number of birthday cakes sold by 5 different bakeries in 4 different months. 6) Find the difference between the total number of cakes sold by bakery R and T together on January to that of total number of cakes sold by bakery P and S together on April?

a) 10

b) 25

c) 40

d) 55

e) None of these

7) Find the average number of cakes sold by bakery P on all the given months together?

a) 260

b) 290

c) 305

d) 275

e) None of these

8) Find the ratio between the total number of cakes sold by bakery Q on January and March together to that of total number of cakes sold by bakery S on March and April together?

a) 17 : 12

b) 13 : 10

c) 25 : 19

d) 34 : 27

e) None of these

9) Total number of cakes sold by bakery P, Q and R together on February is approximately what percentage of total number of cakes sold by bakery R, S and T together on March?

a) 96 %

b) 112 %

c) 84 %

d) 75 %

e) 60 %

10) If the total number of cakes sold by bakery P on May is 20 % more than the average number of cakes sold by bakery P on all the given months together, find the total number of cakes sold by bakery P on May?

a) 330

b) 350

c) 320

d) 360

e) None of these

Directions (1-5):

(12.32)2 ÷ (3.15)2 × 80.11 ÷ 10.23 = ? – 411 ÷ 4.11

(12)2 ÷ (3)2 × 80 ÷ 10 = x – 412 ÷ 4

[(12 * 12) / (3 * 3)] * (80/10) = x – (412 / 4)

128 = x – 103

x = 128 + 103 = 231

x = 230

(4.3 / 6.78) of 48.7 × 15 ÷ 5.12 + ? = 129.68

(4 / 7) * 49 × (15 / 5) + x = 130

84 + x = 130

x = 130 – 84 = 46

√1291 × 24.91 ÷ 15.11 = ? – (8.11)2

√1296 × 25 ÷ 15 = x – 82

(36 * 25) / 15 = x – 64

60 + 64 = x

x = 124

(2 / 7) * (21 / 14) * 189 = (x / 100) * 300

81 = 3x

x = 81/3 = 27

13 4/5 + 8 3/10 – 11 1/5 + 16 7/10 = x – 4 4/5

14 + 8 – 11 + 17 + 5 = x

x = 33

Directions (6-10):

The total number of cakes sold by bakery R and T together on January

= > 250 + 360 = 610

The total number of cakes sold by bakery P and S together on April

= > 340 + 260 = 600

Required difference = 610 – 600 = 10

The average number of cakes sold by bakery P on all the given months together

= > (280 + 220 + 260 + 340) / 4

= > 1100 / 4 = 275

The total number of cakes sold by bakery Q on January and March together

= > 320 + 330 = 650

The total number of cakes sold by bakery S on March and April together

= > 240 + 260 = 500

Required ratio = 650 : 500 = 13 : 10

Total number of cakes sold by bakery P, Q and R together on February

= > 220 + 270 + 210 = 700

Total number of cakes sold by bakery R, S and T together on March

= > 340 + 240 + 250 = 830

Required % = (700 / 830) * 100 = 84.33 % = 84 %

The total number of cakes sold by bakery P on May

= > [(280 + 220 + 260 + 340) / 4] * (120 / 100)

= > (1100 / 4) * (6 / 5)

= > 330 