# Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Data Sufficiency) – Practice free questions

Dear Readers, IBPS is conducting an Online Examination for the recruitment of Clerical Cadre. The preliminary examination of IBPS Clerk was scheduled from 5th Dec 2020. To enrich your preparation here we have provided a new series of Quantitative Aptitude Questions. Candidates those who are appearing in IBPS Clerk Exam can practice these questions daily and make your preparation effective.

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### Quantitative Aptitude (Data Sufficiency) – Exams covered:

• Banking (SBI PO Prelims, SBI Clerk Mains, RRB PO Prelims, RRB Clerk Prelims, IBPS PO Prelims/Mains, NABARD, RBI Grade B)
• SSC (CGL, CHSL)
• Railway (RRB JE, NTPC)
• Insurance (LIC Clerk Prelims, LIC HFL/Assistant, NIACL)

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1. Quantity I: A retailer buys a radio for Rs. 560. His overhead expenses are Rs. 75. If he sells the radio for Rs.720, his profit percentage

Quantity II: If a pen marked at Rs.85, sold for Rs.70, the rate of discount

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

1. Quantity I: A sum of money at compound interest amounts to thrice itself in 3 years. In how many years will be 9 times itself?

Quantity II:  The sum of money 2 times itself in 5 years. The same amount and the same rate of interest, the 8 times will be in?

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

1. Quantity I: If 24x2-6x-9=0, what is the value x?

Quantity II: If 24y2-22y-35=0, what is the value of y?

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

1. 1>a>0>b

Quantity I: Value of  ((a+b)2-a2-b2) / ((a+b)2-(a-b)2)

Quantity II: 1/ 2(ab3+ab)

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

1. Ragu bought two articles- article A at Rs. X and article B at Rs. X+50. She sold article A at 20% profit and article B at 10% loss, and earned Rs. 35 as profit on the whole deal.

Quantity I:  Profit earned by Ragu on selling article A in?

Quantity II: Loss incurred (in Rs.) when an article which costs Rs. 480 is sold at 20% loss

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

1. Quantity I: The diagonal of the square is 16. The area of the square is,

Quantity II: The perimeter of the square is 64 cm. Then the area of the square is,

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

1. A box contains 4 Red balls, 2 white balls, 6 orange balls and 8 black balls.

Quantity I: If two balls are drawn at random the probability that both balls are either Black or White.

Quantity II: If four balls are drawn at random, the probability that all are of different colours.

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

1. The cost prices of two items P and Q are the same. The shopkeeper decided to mark the price 40% above the cost prices of each item. A discount of 25% was given on item P and a discount of 20% was given on item Q. The total profit earned on both the items was Rs. 34.

Quantity I: Total cost price of items P and Q together.

Quantity II: The cost price of any item which was sold at 25% profit and the profit earned on it was Rs. 50.

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

1. Quantity I: 120 m long train can crosses a pole in 15 sec. The speed of the train is,

Quantity II: 150 m long train can crosses a platform of length 400m in 7/12 min. The speed of the train is,

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

1. Quantity I: 4 years ago, the average age of A, B, C and D was 42 years. With E joining them now, the average age of all the 5 is 41 years. The age of E is?

Quantity II:   The average age of 8 persons increased by 2 years, When 2 of them whose ages are 20 and 24 years, are replaced by 2 girls. The average age of the girls is?

1. Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
2. Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
3. Quantity I > Quantity II
4. Quantity I < Quantity II
5. No relation

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