Canara Bank PO Mains 2018 – Quantitative Aptitude Questions Day-46
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Canara Bank PO Mains 2018- Quantitative Aptitude Questions Day â€“ 46
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
A, B and C started a business with an investment of Rs. 72000, Rs. 54000 and Rs. 46000 respectively. After 5 months from the start of the business, A withdraws Rs. 10000 and at the same time B and C invested Rs. 20000 and Rs. 15000 more. The total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 174642. Find Câ€™s share?
The ratio of present age of Kavitha to that Sunitha is 4: 13. Chandra is 15 years older than Sunitha. Chandraâ€™s age after 8 years will be 75 years. What is the present age of kavithaâ€™s mother, who is 30 years older than Kavitha?
Correct
Answer: c)
The ratio of present age of Kavitha to that Sunitha = 4: 13(4x, 13x)
A trade man marks his goods at 20 % above its cost price and allows a discount of 40 %. How much loss percent does he make?
Correct
Answer: a)
Let the cost price be Rs. 100
Marked price = 100*(120/100) = 120
Selling Price = 120*(60/100) = 72
Loss % = (Loss/CP)*100 = (28/100)*100 = 28 %
Incorrect
Answer: a)
Let the cost price be Rs. 100
Marked price = 100*(120/100) = 120
Selling Price = 120*(60/100) = 72
Loss % = (Loss/CP)*100 = (28/100)*100 = 28 %
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Divide Rs. 11000 into two parts such that the simple interest on the first part for 3 years at 5 % per annum is equal to the simple interest on the second part for 2 years at 9 % per annum. Find the two parts?
Correct
Answer: b)
Let two parts be x and 11000 â€“ x
(X*3*5)/100 = [(11000 â€“ x)*9*2]/100
15x = 198000 â€“ 18x
33x = 198000
X = 198000/33 = 6000
Two parts are Rs. 6000 and Rs. 5000
Incorrect
Answer: b)
Let two parts be x and 11000 â€“ x
(X*3*5)/100 = [(11000 â€“ x)*9*2]/100
15x = 198000 â€“ 18x
33x = 198000
X = 198000/33 = 6000
Two parts are Rs. 6000 and Rs. 5000
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
A, B and C can do a piece of work in 12 days, 16 days and 20 days respectively. They are all working together. After completing the work, they got Rs. 3525. If the wage is divided the proportion of their work, then find the wage of A
Correct
Answer: a)
A, B and Câ€™s efficiency ratio = (1/12): (1/16): (1/20)
= > (20: 15: 12)/240
= > 20: 15: 12
47â€™s = 3525
1â€™s = 75
The share of A = 75*20 = Rs. 1500
Incorrect
Answer: a)
A, B and Câ€™s efficiency ratio = (1/12): (1/16): (1/20)
= > (20: 15: 12)/240
= > 20: 15: 12
47â€™s = 3525
1â€™s = 75
The share of A = 75*20 = Rs. 1500
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The following table shows the principle amount invested by 5 different persons in a scheme and the number of years and the rate of interest they are provided for the investment and the simple interest they earned after a certain period also given. Some values are missing here.
If the simple interest earned by D is Rs. 1000 less than the half of the principle amount invested by D, then find the simple interest earned by D
Correct
Answer: c)
Let the principle amount of D be x,
Simple interest of D = (x/2) â€“ 1000
According to the question,
S.I = PNR/100
(x*6*8)/100 = (x/2) â€“ 1000
48x/100 = (x â€“ 2000)/2
96x = 100x â€“ 200000
4x = 200000
X = 50000
Simple interest of D = (50000/2) â€“ 1000 = Rs. 24000
Incorrect
Answer: c)
Let the principle amount of D be x,
Simple interest of D = (x/2) â€“ 1000
According to the question,
S.I = PNR/100
(x*6*8)/100 = (x/2) â€“ 1000
48x/100 = (x â€“ 2000)/2
96x = 100x â€“ 200000
4x = 200000
X = 50000
Simple interest of D = (50000/2) â€“ 1000 = Rs. 24000
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The following table shows the principle amount invested by 5 different persons in a scheme and the number of years and the rate of interest they are provided for the investment and the simple interest they earned after a certain period also given. Some values are missing here.
If the ratio between the amounts invested by B to that of C is 2: 3, then find the rate of interest provided for B
Correct
Answer: a)
The ratio between the amount invested by B to that of C = 2: 3 (2x, 3x)
The amount invested by B = (90000/3)*2 = Rs. 60000
According to the question,
S.I = PNR/100
28800 = (60000*3*r)/100
R = (28800*100)/(60000*3) = 16 %
Incorrect
Answer: a)
The ratio between the amount invested by B to that of C = 2: 3 (2x, 3x)
The amount invested by B = (90000/3)*2 = Rs. 60000
According to the question,
S.I = PNR/100
28800 = (60000*3*r)/100
R = (28800*100)/(60000*3) = 16 %
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The following table shows the principle amount invested by 5 different persons in a scheme and the number of years and the rate of interest they are provided for the investment and the simple interest they earned after a certain period also given. Some values are missing here.
If the simple interest earned by C is Rs. 9000 less than the simple interest earned by A, then find the number of years, A invested the amount
Correct
Answer: d)
The simple interest earned by C = The simple interest earned by A â€“ 9000
The simple interest earned by A = 36000 + 9000 = Rs. 45000
According to the question,
S.I = PNR/100
45000 = (75000*n*12)/100
Number of years (n) = (45000*100)/(75000*12) = 5 years
Incorrect
Answer: d)
The simple interest earned by C = The simple interest earned by A â€“ 9000
The simple interest earned by A = 36000 + 9000 = Rs. 45000
According to the question,
S.I = PNR/100
45000 = (75000*n*12)/100
Number of years (n) = (45000*100)/(75000*12) = 5 years
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The following table shows the principle amount invested by 5 different persons in a scheme and the number of years and the rate of interest they are provided for the investment and the simple interest they earned after a certain period also given. Some values are missing here.
If the average amount invested by all the given persons is Rs. 63000 and the amount invested by B is Rs. 10000 more than the amount invested by D, then find the amount invested by D
Correct
Answer: b)
The average amount invested by all the given persons = Rs. 63000
The total amount invested by all the given persons = 63000*5 = Rs. 315000
A + B + C + D + E = 315000
B + D = 315000 â€“ (75000 + 90000 + 40000)
B + D = 110000 —> (1)
The amount invested by B = The amount invested by D + 10000
B â€“ D = 10000 —> (2)
By solving the equation (1) and (2), we get,
B = 60000, D = 50000
The amount invested by D = Rs. 50000
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Incorrect
Answer: b)
The average amount invested by all the given persons = Rs. 63000
The total amount invested by all the given persons = 63000*5 = Rs. 315000
A + B + C + D + E = 315000
B + D = 315000 â€“ (75000 + 90000 + 40000)
B + D = 110000 —> (1)
The amount invested by B = The amount invested by D + 10000
B â€“ D = 10000 —> (2)
By solving the equation (1) and (2), we get,
B = 60000, D = 50000
The amount invested by D = Rs. 50000
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Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The following table shows the principle amount invested by 5 different persons in a scheme and the number of years and the rate of interest they are provided for the investment and the simple interest they earned after a certain period also given. Some values are missing here.
If the simple interest earned by E is Rs. 320 less than the 40 % of simple interest earned by B, then find the rate of interest provided for E
Correct
Answer: c)
The simple interest earned by E
= > [(40/100)*the simple interest earned by B] â€“ 320
= > (40/100)*28800 â€“ 320
= > Rs. 11200
According to the question,
S.I = PNR/100
11200 = (40000*2*r)/100
R = (11200*100)/80000 = 14 %
Rate of interest per annum (r) = 14 %
Incorrect
Answer: c)
The simple interest earned by E
= > [(40/100)*the simple interest earned by B] â€“ 320
= > (40/100)*28800 â€“ 320
= > Rs. 11200
According to the question,
S.I = PNR/100
11200 = (40000*2*r)/100
R = (11200*100)/80000 = 14 %
Rate of interest per annum (r) = 14 %
1) A, B and C started a business with an investment of Rs. 72000, Rs. 54000 and Rs. 46000 respectively. After 5 months from the start of the business, A withdraws Rs. 10000 and at the same time B and C invested Rs. 20000 and Rs. 15000 more. The total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 174642. Find Câ€™s share?
a) Rs. 45134
b) Rs. 58452
c) Rs. 51246
d) Rs. 43788
e) None of these
2) The ratio of present age of Kavitha to that Sunitha is 4: 13. Chandra is 15 years older than Sunitha. Chandraâ€™s age after 8 years will be 75 years. What is the present age of kavithaâ€™s mother, who is 30 years older than Kavitha?
a) 38 years
b) 42 years
c) 46 years
d) 50 years
e) None of these
3) A trade man marks his goods at 20 % above its cost price and allows a discount of 40 %. How much loss percent does he make?
a) 28 %
b) 16 %
c) 22 %
d) 34 %
e) None of these
4) Divide Rs. 11000 into two parts such that the simple interest on the first part for 3 years at 5 % per annum is equal to the simple interest on the second part for 2 years at 9 % per annum. Find the two parts?
a) Rs. 7000, Rs. 4000
b) Rs. 6000, Rs. 5000
c) Rs. 3000, Rs. 8000
d) Rs. 6500, Rs. 4500
e) None of these
5) A, B and C can do a piece of work in 12 days, 16 days and 20 days respectively. They are all working together. After completing the work, they got Rs. 3525. If the wage is divided the proportion of their work, then find the wage of A
a) Rs. 1500
b) Rs. 2100
c) Rs. 2700
d) Rs. 1200
e) None of these
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
The following table shows the principle amount invested by 5 different persons in a scheme and the number of years and the rate of interest they are provided for the investment and the simple interest they earned after a certain period also given. Some values are missing here.
6) If the simple interest earned by D is Rs. 1000 less than the half of the principle amount invested by D, then find the simple interest earned by D
a) Rs. 26000
b) Rs. 28000
c) Rs. 24000
d) Rs. 30000
e) None of these
7) If the ratio between the amounts invested by B to that of C is 2: 3, then find the rate of interest provided for B
a) 16 %
b) 12 %
c) 10 %
d) 14 %
e) None of these
8) If the simple interest earned by C is Rs. 9000 less than the simple interest earned by A, then find the number of years, A invested the amount
a) 4 years
b) 6 years
c) 3 years
d) 5 years
e) None of these
9) If the average amount invested by all the given persons is Rs. 63000 and the amount invested by B is Rs. 10000 more than the amount invested by D, then find the amount invested by D
a) Rs. 45000
b) Rs. 50000
c) Rs. 60000
d) Rs. 65000
e) None of these
10) If the simple interest earned by E is Rs. 320 less than the 40 % of simple interest earned by B, then find the rate of interest provided for E