# Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Percentage) for SBI Clerk / IDBI Executive 2018 Day-51

Dear Readers, SBI is conducting Online preliminary Examination for the recruitment of Clerical Cadre. preliminary Examination of SBI Clerk was scheduled from June/July 2018. To enrich your preparation here we have providing new series of Percentage- Quantitative Aptitude Questions. Candidates those who are appearing in SBI Clerk Prelims Exam can practice these Quantitative Aptitude average questions daily and make your preparation effective.

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1). Vaishali got 40 % of total marks in an examination and failed by 5 marks. However, Preethi who took the same examination got 50 % of the total marks and got 10 marks more than the passing marks. What were the passing marks in the examination?

A.65

B.73

C.68

D.78

E.None of these

2). In a poll, Raghu got 84% of the total valid votes. If 25 % of the total votes were declared invalid and the total numbers of votes is 884000, find the number of valid vote polled in favour of Raghu.

A.214320

B.556920

C.543640

D.212160

E.None of these

1. Yuva gave 25% of a certain amount of money to Ram. From the money Ram received, he spent 20% on buying books and 35% on buying a watch. After the mentioned expenses, Ram has 2700 remaining. How much did Yuva have initially?
1. 16000
2. 15000
3. 24000
4. 27000
5. 20000

4) The worth of a product depreciates at the rate of 20% per annum. If its present value is 264000. What will be its worth after 2 years? What was the worth of the product 2 years ago?

1. Rs. 168960, Rs.412500
2. Rs. 178560, Rs. 442908
3. Rs. 153490, Rs. 526884
4. Rs. 184560, Rs. 425797
5. None of these

5) In a competitive exam, 50% of total candidates failed in current affairs, 40% of candidates failed in aptitude and 10% in both. Find the percentage of those who passed in both the sections?

A.10%

B.20%

C.30%

D.40%

E.None of these

6) Moni scored 83 marks in Mathematics. He scored 66% marks in Science and X marks in English. The maximum marks for each subject is 250. The overall percentage of marks obtained by Moni in all three subjects together is 64%. How much marks did Moni score in english?

1. 252
2. 226
3. 232
4. 270
5. 248

7) The cost of a camera is Rs.2000 more than that of a phone. If 3 phones and 3 camera cost is Rs.24000, by what percent is the cost of the phone less than the cost of the camera?

A.40%

B.50%

C.45%

D.30%

E.55%

8) 10% of salary of P is equal to 30% of salary of Q and 20 % of salary of Q is equal to 40 % of salary of R. If R’s income is Rs. 4000, then the total income of P, Q and R is?

A.36000

B.34000

C.32000

D.30000

E.None of these

9) Harini scored 20% marks and failed by 10 marks, Stenika scored 30% marks and obtained 25 marks more than those required to pass. Find the passing marks and 42 % of the maximum marks?

1. 75, 152
2. 80, 147
3. 65, 173
4. 85, 164
5. None of these

10) Swetha could save 20% of his salary. But 3 yrs later when her salary is increased by 40%, she could save the same amount only as before. By how much percent has her expenditure increased?

A.50%

B.60%

C.70%

D.80%

E.None of these

Let the Maximum marks be x,

Passing mark is equal for both the students. So,

= > (40/100)x + 5 = (50/100)x -10

= > (10/100)x = 15

= > x = 150

Maximum mark = 150

Passing marks = 150*(40/100) + 5 = 60 + 5 = 65

Total number of valid votes =(75/100)*884000 = 663000

Percentage of votes polled in favour of Raghu = 84%

Therefore, the number of valid votes polled in favour of Raghu= 84% of 663000

= 84/100 × 663000

= 556920

Yuva gave 25% of a certain amount of money to Ram

Ram=25% of Yuva

From the money Ram received, he spent 20% on buying books and 35% on buying a watch

Remaining=100-(20%+35%)= 45%

45% of amount= 2700

=>(45/100)* X=2700

=> X=6000

Ram’s Total amount=6000

Ram=25% of Yuva

6000=(25/100)*Yuva

=>Yuva = 24000

Worth of the product after 2 years

= > 264000 * (80/100) * (80/100)

= > 168960

Worth of the product 2 years ago

= > x*(80/100) * (80/100) = 264000

= > x = 264000*(100/80)*(100/80)

= > x = 412500

Percentage of candidates failed is,

=50+40 – 10

=80

Percentage failed in current affairs or aptitude or both = 80%

Hence percentage passed = (100 – 80) %

=20%

The maximum marks for each subject is 250

Moni’s Maths mark=83

Science Mark = 66% = (66/100)*250=165

The overall percentage of all three subjects together

=> 64%= (64/100)* 750= 480

Moni’s mark,

Maths + Science + English=480

=>83+165+English=480

=>English=480-248

=>English=232

Let thr price of a phone be Rs.x

Then price of a camera = x+2000

S0 3(x+2000)+3x = 24000

3x+6000+3x=24000

6x+6000 = 24000

6x = 24000 – 6000

X = 18000/6

X = 3000

Therefore cost of a phone = Rs.3000

Cost of a camera = Rs. (3000+2000)=Rs.5000

Required percentage = (5000 – 3000/5000*100) %

= (2000/5000)*100%

= 40 %

10P/100 = 30Q/100 ——1

20Q/100 = 40R/100 ——-2

From 1, P =3Q

From 2, Q = 2R (Here, R =4000)

Q = 2*4000 = 8000

P=3Q =3*8000 = 24000

Hence P+Q+R = 24000+8000+4000

=36000

Therefore the total income is Rs.36000

Let Maximum marks be x,

Then (20% of x) + 10 = (30% of x) – 25

(20/100*x)+10 = (30/100*x) – 25

(20x/100)+10 = 30x /100 – 25

10x/100 = 35

X = 350

So passing marks = (20% of 350)+10

= (20/100*350) + 10

=80

42 % of maximum marks

= > (350)*(42/100)

= > 147

Let original salary be Rs. x

Then saving = (20/100)x = x/5

Expenditure = (80/100)x = (4x/5)

New income = (140/100)x= (7x/5)

New saving = (20/100)x = (x/5)

New expenditure = (7x/5) – (x/5) = (6x/5)

Increase in expenditure = (6x/5) – (4x/5)

= (2x/5)

Increase % = [(2x/5)/(4x/5)]*100

=50%

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