# Practice Quantitative Aptitude – Application Sums (Day-28)

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Practice Quantitative Aptitude – Application Sums (Day-28):

Dear Readers, Important Practice Quantitative Aptitude – Application Sums for IBPS Exams 2017 was given here with Solutions. Aspirants those who are preparing for the Bank Examination and other Competitive Examination can use this material.

Application Sum Day-28

1) The population of a city increases by 12.5% in the first year, decreases by 11.75% in the second year and again increases by 8.25% in the third year. If the original population was 82,000, then what is the approximate population at the end of third year?

1. 87,200
2. 88,890
3. 88,127
4. 87,942
5. 88,327

2) A student scores 25% and fails by 25 marks while another student scores 50% marks, gets 25 marks more than the minimum required marks to pass in the examination. What is the maximum mark for examination?

1. 100
2. 150
3. 200
4. 250
5. None of these

3) The salary of an employee of a company increases every month by 4%. If his salary in February was Rs. 7500, then what would be his salary in month of April of the same year?

1. 7812
2. 8100
3. 8500
4. 8112
5. None of these

4) If the income of Priya is 20% less than that of Keerthi, then income of Keerthiis how much percent more than that of Priya?

1. 80
2. 30
3. 25
4. 50
5. None of these

5) The income of Ram is 150% of the income of Ranjith and the income of Rohit is 120% of the income of Ram. If the total income of Ram, Ranjith and Rohit together is Rs. 1, 29,000, what is the income of Ram?

1. Rs. 30,000
2. Rs. 35,000
3. Rs. 45,000
4. Rs. 54,000
5. None of these

6) Naveen bought a TV and paid 10% less than the original price. If he sold it for Rs. 26,000 and earned 17% profit on the original price, what is an original price of the TV?

1. Rs. 20,000
2. Rs. 18,000
3. Rs. 24,000
5. None of these

7) A person bought two books for Rs.1200 each. He sold one at a profit of 20% and the other at a loss of 20%. What would be his overall profit or loss in the transaction?

1. 4% profit
2. 4% loss
3. 2% profit
4. No Profit no loss
5. None of these

8) A shopkeeper sold two articles for Rs. 2400 each. He made a profit of 25% and a loss of 25% on the other. What will be the overall profit or loss in percentage?

1. 6.25% profit
2. 6.67% loss
3. 6.50% loss
4. No profit no loss
5. None of these

9) A man sells two chairs for Rs.2500 each; neither losing nor gaining in the deal. If he sold one of them at a gain of 25%, what is the loss of other chair he sold?

1. 16 2/3%
2. 17 1/3%
3. 19 1/3%
4. 15 2/3%
5. None of these

10) A shopkeeper marks the price of an article at Rs.180. what will be the selling price, if he allow two successive discounts at 5% each?

1. 184.5
2. 161.55
3. 162.45
4. 172.45
5. None of these