IBPS RRB PO Mains Quantitative Aptitude Questions 2019 (Day-09)

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Directions (1 – 5): Each question contains a statement followed by Quantity I and Quantity II. Read the contents clearly and answer your questions accordingly.

1) Quantity I: The area of rectangular garden is 1715 Sq m. The length of the rectangular garden is 40 % more than the breadth. Find the perimeter of the garden?

Quantity II: The area of a square park is 1936 Sq m.Â  Find the perimeter of the park?

a) Quantity I > Quantity II

b) Quantity I â‰¥ Quantity II

c) Quantity II > Quantity I

d) Quantity II â‰¥ Quantity I

e) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

2) Quantity I: The present age of Mano is 42 years. After 4 years, the age of Julee, if Julee is 3 years younger than Mano?

Quantity II: The difference between the age of Ravi and Banu is 20 years. 16 years hence, the ratio of their ages is 2: 1. After 8 years, the age of Ravi is?

a) Quantity I > Quantity II

b) Quantity I â‰¥ Quantity II

c) Quantity II > Quantity I

d) Quantity II â‰¥ Quantity I

e) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

3) Quantity I: Find the simple interest on Rs. 26000 for 2 years at 13 % per annum?

Quantity II: Find the compound interest on Rs. 26000 for 2 years at 12 % per annum?

a) Quantity I > Quantity II

b) Quantity I â‰¥ Quantity II

c) Quantity II > Quantity I

d) Quantity II â‰¥ Quantity I

e) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

4) Quantity I: The shopkeeper sold an article at 10 % discount on marked price and he gains 20 %. If the marked price of the article is Rs. 450, then the cost price is?

Quantity II: The shopkeeper marks the price of the book Rs. 250 and his profit % is 25 %. Find the cost price of the book, if he allows a discount 15 %?

a) Quantity I > Quantity II

b) Quantity I â‰¥ Quantity II

c) Quantity II > Quantity I

d) Quantity II â‰¥ Quantity I

e) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

5) Quantity I: If (x1/4 / 16)2 = 144 / x3/2, then find the value of x?

Quantity II: If y1/3 Ã— y2/3Â  Ã— 3104 = 16 Ã— y2, then find the value of y?

a) Quantity I > Quantity II

b) Quantity I â‰¥ Quantity II

c) Quantity II > Quantity I

d) Quantity II â‰¥ Quantity I

e) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information and answer the questions that follow:

The given table shows the estimated and actual demand for Raymond shirts with the target and actual production for the year 2010-2015 in units of thousand pair. Observe and answer the following question:

Note: Â Demand – supply gap = (actual demand – actual production)*1000

6) If the actual demand for Raymond shirt in 2013-2014 was 16% higher than the given above. If the production remains same, then new demand-supply gap will be?

a) 64000

b) 24000

c) 36000

d) 78000

e) 10000

7) If for 2015-2016, the actual demand for Raymond shirt increases by 20% over the actual demand in 2014-2015, while the actual production for 2015-2016 decreases by 10% over the actual production in 2014-2015, then the demand-supply gap will be?

a) 78000

b) 81000

c) 21000

d) 43000

e) 72000

8) If in 2012-2013, out of the actual production 40% of the shirts were rejected, then what was percentage of actual demand that was left unfulfilled?

a) 12 3/7%

b) 38 4/7%

c) 41 4/3%

d) 31 2/3%

e) 91 3/4%

9) Find the ratio of total estimated demand to the total target production for all the given years?

a) 1162: 1095

b) 2267: 1122

c) 4432: 5511

d) 8811: 4433

e) 1238: 8755

10) Find the difference between the sum of estimated demand and target production in 2011-12 and the sum of actual demand and production in 2010-11? (In thousands)

a) 10

b) 70

c) 90

d) 60

e) 40

Direction (1-5) :

Quantity I:

The area of rectangular garden= 1715 Sq m

l/b = 7/5 = > l : b = 7 : 5

7x*5x = 1715

35x2 = 1715

X2 = (1715/35) = 49

X = 7

Length = 49 m, Breadth = 35 m

Perimeter of the garden = 2*(l + b) = 2*(49 + 35) =2*84 = 168 m

Quantity II:

The area of a square park = 1936 Sq m

Area (a2) = 1936

Side (a) = 44

Perimeter of the park = 4a = 4*44 = 176 m

Quantity II > Quantity I

Quantity I:

The present age of Mano = 42 years

Julee = Mano â€“ 3 = 42 â€“ 3 = 39 years

After 4 years, the age of Julee = 39 + 4 = 43 years

Quantity II:

16 years ago, the ratio of their ages = 2 : 1(2x, x)

According to the question,

X = 20

16 years hence, the age of Ravi and Banu = 40 and 20

Present age of Ravi and Banu = 24 and 4

After 8 years the age of Ravi = 32 years

Quantity I > Quantity II

Quantity I:

S.I = P*n*r/100

S.I = (26000*2*13)/100 = Rs. 6760

Quantity II:

C.I:

26000*(12/100) = 3120

29120*(12/100) = 3494.4

C.I = 3120 + 3494.4 = Rs. 6614.4

Quantity I > Quantity II

Quantity I:

Selling price of the article = 450*(90/100) = Rs. 405

Cost price of the article

= > CP*(120/100) = 405

= > CP = 405*(100/120)

= > CP = 337.50

Quantity II:

Selling price of the book = 250*(85/100) = Rs. 212.50

Cost price of the book = 212.50*(100/125) = Rs. 170

Quantity I > Quantity II

Quantity I:

(x1/4 / 16)2 = (144 / x3/2 )Â  = (x1/2 / 256) = (144 / x3/2 )

(x1/2)Â  Ã— (x3/2) = 256 Ã— 144

x2 = (256 Ã— 144)

x = âˆš(256 Ã— 144)

x = Â± (16 Ã— 12) = Â±192

Quantity II:

y1/3 Ã— y2/3 Ã— 3104 = 16y2

y Ã— 3104 = 16y2

3104 = 16y

Y = 3104 / 16 = 194

x < y

Quantity II > Quantity I

Direction (6-10) :

After increment, the actual demand for Raymond shirt in 2013 – 2014

= (116/100) * 225 = 261

New demand-supply gap = [261 â€“ 225] * 1000 = 36000

Actual demand for Raymond shirt in 2015 – 16 = (120/100) * 240 = 288

Actual production for Raymond shirt in 2015 – 16 = (90/100) * 240 = 216

New demand-supply gap = [288 â€“ 216] * 1000 = 72000

Number of shirts accepted= (100 – 40)/100 * 215 = (60/100) * 215 = 129

Percentage of actual demand that was left unfulfilled= (210 – 129)/210 *100

= 38 4/7%

Total estimated demand for all the given years = 202 + 215 + 235 + 250 + 260

= 1162

Total target production for all the given years= 205 + 205 + 215 + 230 + 240

= 1095

Required ratio = 1162: 1095

Sum of estimated demand and target production in 2011 â€“ 12 = 215 + 205

= 420

Sum of actual demand and production in 2010 â€“ 11 = 180 + 200

= 380

Required difference= 420 â€“ 380 = 40