# Questions Asked in SBI Clerk Prelims 2020: 22nd February | Check Here

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##### Questions Asked in SBI Clerk Prelims 2020 – 22nd February – Quantitative Aptitude

1) 6, 3, 3, 4.5, 9, ?

a) 18

b) 20

c) 11.5

d) 22.5

e) 17.5

2) 6, 8, 14, 26, 46, ?

a) 64

b) 92

c) 76

d) 82

e) 66

3) ?, 100, 150, 375, 1312.5

a) 200

b) 150

c) 175

d) 100

e) 50

4) 15, 8, 9, 15, 32, ?

a) 80

b) 82.5

c) 85

d) 77.5

e) 75

5) 104, ?, 96, 120, 88, 128

a) 112

b) 116

c) 106

d) 100

e) 95

1) 22.5

2) 76

3) 200

4) 82.5

5) 112

Simplification:

1) 280 Ã· 4 Ã· 2 = 170 – ?

2) (âˆš144 + âˆš169) * 3 = ? âˆ• 5

3) (12 * 5 Ã· 4) * 8 = ?

4) (28 * 5 + 14) * 5 = ?

5) (36 * 4 + 25) / 13 = 104 / ?

1) 135

2) 375

3) 120

4) 770

5) 8

#### English Language – Word Usage

1. In each of the following questions, a word has been given and three sentences are given using the word. Identify the sentences in which the word is grammatically and contextually correct and mark that as your answer.
6. Hostile
A. Kavya wasn’t friendly, but she wasn’tÂ hostileÂ either.
B. But they are so good-natured and hostile, one cannot help liking them.
C. Never had she seen Prince so hostile – not even with Josh.
a. Only A and C
b. Only B and C
c. Only C and A
d. Only A
e. All are correct

Hostile: It is defined as aggressive, angry or unfriendly.
Here in sentence B in the first part, it is said as they are good-natured and so usage of hostile is incorrect making the sentence meaningless.

2. Vague
A. To beÂ vague: I am an atheist.
B. She rolled her eyes at theÂ vagueÂ response.
a. Only A and C
b. Only B and C
c. Only C and A
d. Only B
e. All are correct