Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Application Sums) for IBPS Clerk Mains Day-18:
Dear Readers, IBPS is conducting Online Mains Examination for the recruitment of Clerical Cadre. Main Examination of IBPS Clerk was scheduled from 21st Jan 2018. To enrich your preparation here we have providing new series of Application Sums – Quantitative Aptitude Questions. Candidates those who are appearing in IBPS Clerk Main Exam can practice these Quantitative Aptitude Average questions daily and make your preparation effective.
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Q.1) Number of aspirants preparing UPSC, TNPSC and SSC are 240, 360 and 480 respectively. The examination is to be conducted for these aspirants such that only the aspirants of the exam are allowed in one room. Also, the number of aspirants in each room must be same. What is the minimum number of rooms that should be arranged to meet all these conditions?
Q.2) Shivani wants to make a triangular kaleidoscope in a school science exhibition. The dimensions of the triangle are 12 × 8 cm and the height of the kaleidoscope is equal to the side of the cube which surface area is 3456 cm2. What is the volume of the triangle kaleidoscope?
a) 1326 cm3
b) 1216 cm3
c) 1256 cm3
d) 1152 cm3
e) 1296 cm3
Q.3) Kavi, Shiva and Anu enter into a partnership. Kavi invests two-third of Shiva’s capital and Shiva invests three-fifth of Anu’s capital. After one year, Kavi deposited another 20% of his investment and Anu sheds her share by 40%. If the total profit at the end of two years is Rs.92000, What will be the share of Kavi in the total profit?
Q.4) A alone can do a piece of work in 15 days. A and B together can do the same work in 6 days. A is equal efficient as D and D and C together can do the same work in 8 4/7 days. If A and B started working on first day, B and C working on second day and A and C working on third day, this process is continued until the work was completed. How many days required to complete the whole work?
Q.5) There are two equal capacity vessels A and B contains water and milk mixture in which 20% and 25% of water respectively. If 20 litres of mixture are taken out in vessel A and added it into vessel B, again 20 litres of mixture are taken out in vessel A and added it into vessel B. Find the final quantity of water in the vessel B, if the quantity of water in the vessel A after drawn off is 12 litres
a) 22 litres
b) 33 litres
c) 11 litres
d) 44 litres
e) None of these
Q.6) Two trains A and B are running same direction at the speed of 80m/s and 60m/s, the total time taken by them to cross a platform with a length of 240 m is 17 seconds. If their speed is reduced by 50% then the time taken by the train B to cross the same platform is 2 seconds more than the time taken by the train A to cross the same platform. Find the sum of length of two trains.
a) 450 m
b) 400 m
c) 650 m
d) 700 m
e) 550 m
Q.7) A and B had Rs.40000 and Rs.50000 respectively and they invest for 2 years and 3 years respectively. Out of the total amount, the percentage of the amount deposited by A and B is equal. A and B invested with bank P at the rate of 20% compound interest and bank U at the rate of 25% simple interest respectively. If the total interest would receive by them from their respective bank is Rs.27550, then find the percentage of amount A or B invested?
Q.8) In an examination Shiva score 75% of marks, Shivani scores 80% of marks and Krish scores 50% of marks, If the maximum marks in the examination is a three-digit number, whose sum is 10 and the middle digit is equal to the sum of the other two digits. The numbers will be increased by 297, if its digits are reversed. Approximately what is the average mark obtained by Mahesh, Nitesh and Rithesh?
e) Cannot be determined
Q.9) Average of the five-consecutive odd number is x and five- consecutive even number is y. If the smallest odd number is less than the square of first odd prime number by smallest even number and the sum of the middle even number and largest odd number is 75, then find the ratio of the sum of even numbers to sum of odd numbers
Q.10) A shopkeeper marks up mangoes per kg is 40%. If he sells 20 kg of mangoes offering 20% discount and uses 900 gm instead of 1 kg, then find the overall profit percentage