Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Data Interpretation) for IBPS Clerk Mains Day-9

Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Data Interpretation) for IBPS Clerk Mains Day-9:

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 Data Interpretation Questions – 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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Direction: (Q1 – Q5) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

The following line graph represents the ratio of import to export of a company in six different years.

Q1. If the import of the company in 2008 is 3.25 lakh and sum of the exports of the company in 2008 and 2009 together is 13.8 lakh, What is the import of the company in 2009?

  1. 13.736 lakh
  2. 15.376 lakh
  3. 13.376 lakh
  4. 15.376 lakh
  5. none of these

 

Q2. What is the percentage increase in export from the year 2006 to 2009?

  1. 21.6
  2. 2.16
  3. 16.2
  4. Data inadequate
  5. none of these

 

Q3. In how many years, import is greater than export?

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 5
  5. none of these

 

Q4. If in both the years 2006 and 2011 the import is 5.6 lakh, What is the sum of exports of the company in both the years?

  1. 7.15 lakh
  2. 8.15 lakh
  3. 7.65 lakh
  4. 8.25 lakh
  5. none of these

 

Q5. If the export of the company in 2007 is 7.6 lakh, what is the import of the company in 2007?

  1. 4.652 lakh
  2. 5.472 lakh
  3. 5.247 lakh
  4. 2.248 lakh
  5. none of these

Direction: (Q6 – Q10) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

The following table represents time taken(in hours) by different pipes to fill a cistern. Some values are missing.

Q6. If A and C kept open for 4 hours then A is replaced by D and kept open for 5 more hours, the tank is filled. In how many hours pipe C alone can fill the cistern?

  1. 27/4 hours
  2. 27/2 hours
  3. 25/4 hours
  4. 23/2 hours
  5. none of these

 

Q7. Two pipes D and E  are opened simultaneously to fill the cistern. After how much time should D be closed so that E alone can fill the cistern in another 20 hours?

  1. 8 hours
  2. 14 hours
  3. 12 hours
  4. 10 hours
  5. none of these

 

Q8. If C takes half of the time taken by F to fill the cistern and F takes half of the time taken by B to fill the cistern and all of them working together can fill the cistern in 48 hours, What is the time taken by F to fill the cistern?

  1. 152 hours
  2. 142 hours
  3. 186 hours
  4. 168 hours
  5. none of these

 

Q9. Two pipes A and D can fill the cistern. If they are opened on alternate hours and if pipe A is opened first, in how many hours will the cistern be full?

  1. 24(3/5) hours
  2. 26(3/5) hours
  3. 26(3/4) hours
  4. 25(3/4) hours
  5. none of these

 

Q10. If B can fill the tank in 12 hours and pipe A works with one third of its efficiency, In how much time both the pipes can fill the cistern?

  1. 72/7 hours
  2. 76/7 hours
  3. 72/5 hours
  4. 73/5 hours
  5. none of these

 

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