# SBI Clerk Pre Quantitative Aptitude (Day-43)

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Missing Number Series

Direction (1 – 5): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

1) 56, 92, 67, 83, 74, ?

a) 90

b) 82

c) 78

d) 84

e) 93

2) 5040, 840, 168, ?, 14, 7

a) 38

b) 40

c) 42

d) 44

e) 46

3) 240, 40, ?, 50, 150, 75

a) 180

b) 200

c) 260

d) 280

e) 320

4) 12, 6, 12, 42, 210, ?

a) 1362

b) 1364

c) 1365

d) 1368

e) None of these

5) 71, 77, 89, 109, 139, ?

a) 180

b) 178

c) 179

d) 181

e) 177

Data Interpretation

Direction (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions?

The given bar graph shows the investments of two partners A and B over the year. 6) A and B started the business with them investment in 2014 and after 4 months C joined with investment of Rs. 2000. At the end of one year the total profit is Rs. 4200, then find B’s profit share?

a) Rs.900

b) Rs.600

c) Rs.1200

d) Rs.800

e) None of these

7) What is the average investment of B in all the years together?

a) Rs.2900

b) Rs.3000

c) Rs.3300

d) Rs.3900

e) None of these

8) C and D started the business with investment ratio of 4:5 and C’s investment is equal to the A’s investment in 2017. After one year B joined with his investment amount in 2017. At the end of three years, B’s profit share is Rs. 2000, what is the total profit?

a) Rs.12500

b) Rs.13500

c) Rs.14500

d) Rs.15500

e) None of these

9) Investment of A in 2016 is what percent of the investment of B in 2015?

a) 62.5%

b) 57.5%

c) 48.5%

d) 37.5%

e) None of these

10) What is the difference between the average investment of A in all the years together and the investment of B in 2016 and 2013 together?

a) Rs.4200

b) Rs.4600

c) Rs.5000

d) Rd.5400

e) None of these

Directions (1-5):

56 + 62=92

92 – 52 =67

67 + 42 =83

83 – 32 =74

74 + 22 =78

5040 ÷ 6=840

840 ÷ 5=168

168 ÷ 4=42

42 ÷ 3=14

14 ÷ 2=7

240 ÷ 6 =40

40 * 5 =200

200 ÷ 4 =50

50 * 3 =150

150 ÷ 2 =75

12 * 0.5=6

6 * 2 =12

12 * 3.5=42

42 * 5=210

210 * 6.5=1365

71 + (22 + 2) =77

77 + (32 + 3) =89

89 + (42 + 4) =109

109 + (52 + 5)=139

139 + (62 + 6)=181

Directions (6-10) :

Profit ratio

=6000 * 12 : 2000 * 12 : 2000 * 8

= 9:3:2

B’s share = 3/14 * 4200 = 900

Average of B’s investment

= (4000 + 2000 + 4000 + 4500 + 2000)/5 = 3300

C’s investment=4000

D’s investment=5000

B’s investment=2000

Profit ratio

=4000 * 3 :5000 * 3 : 2000 *2

=12:15:4

Total profit=31/4 * 2000 =15500

Required % = 2500/4000 * 100 = 62.5%

Average of A

= (2000 + 6000 + 5000 + 2500 + 4000)/5 = 3900

B in 2016 and 2013

= 4000 + 4500 = 8500

Difference = 8500 – 3900 = 4600

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