# SBI Clerk Prelims 2021 Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Day-50)

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Approximations

Directions (01-05): What approximate value should come in place of question mark in the following questions?

1) 79.940 % of 39.892 + âˆš224.918 * 4.902 + 89.923 % of 19.928=?

A.125

B.120

C.115

D.110

E.130

2) 39.189 Ã· 12.943 + 49.891 * 1.904 + 1.034 * 6.921= ? * 10.941

A.7

B.10

C.14

D.18

E.3

3) 74.912 % of 7.912 + ? * 16.902 = âˆš5040 * 1.903

A.8

B.12

C.16

D.20

E.4

4) 5.9012 * 9.823 + 87.897 Ã· 7.902 + 2.908 * 12.908=?

A.100

B.110

C.120

D.90

E.130

5) 199.903 â€“14.903 * 6.123 + 34.908 * 8.319 =?

A.330

B.360

C.390

D.420

E.450

Bar graph

Directions (06-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

The given bar graph shows the number of mobile manufactured in three different years in five different companies.

6) Total number of mobile manufactured in 2012 in all the companies together in approximately what percent more than the total number of mobile manufactured from all the companies together in 2013?

A.33.33%

B.31.11%

C.35.56%

D.37.77%

E.30.03%

7) In 2014 how many companies manufactured less than 25% of the total number of mobile manufactured in the given period?

A.0

B.3

C.4

D.2

E.1

8) If the cost price of one mobile in 2012 and 2014 is Rs.6000 and Rs.8000 respectively, what is the difference between the total revenue collected in company B in 2014 and company C in 2012?

A.6 lakh

B.8 lakh

C.9 lakh

D.11 lakh

E.12 lakh

9) What is the difference between the total number of mobile manufactured from E in all the years together and the total number of mobile manufactured from B in all the years together?

A.20

B.50

C.100

D.200

E.150

10) What is the average number of mobile manufactured in 2014 from all the companies together?

A.100

B.150

C.240

D.220

E.180

79.940 % of 39.892 + âˆš224.918 * 4.902 + 89.923 % of 19.928=?

80% of 40 + âˆš225 * 5 + 90% of 20 = ?

32 + 75 + 18=?

125=?

39.189 Ã· 12.943 + 49.891 * 1.904 + 1.034 * 6.921= ? * 10.941

39/13 + 50 * 2 + 1 * 7 = ? * 11

3 + 100 + 7=? * 11

?=10

74.912 % of 7.912 + ? * 16.902 = âˆš5040 * 1.903

75% of 8 + ? * 17 = âˆš5041 * 2

6 + ? * 17=142

?=8

5.9012 * 9.823 + 87.897 Ã· 7.902 + 2.908 * 12.908=?

60 + 11 + 39=?

110=?

199.903 â€“ 14.903 * 6.123 + 34.908 * 8.319 =?

200 â€“ 15 * 6 + 35 * 8 = ?

200 â€“ 90 + 280=?

390=?

Total number mobile manufactured in 2012=300 + 350 + 400 + 450 + 500

=2000

Total number of mobile manufactured in 2013=200 + 250 + 300 + 350 + 400

=1500

Required percentage=[(2000 â€“ 1500)/1500] * 100=33.33%

Total number of mobile manufactured in A=350 + 200 + 150=700

Required percentage=150/700 * 100=21.42%

Total number of mobile manufactured in B=300 + 400 + 200=900

Required percentage=200/900 * 100=22.22%

Total number of mobile manufactured in C=450 + 350 + 300=1100

Required percentage=300/1100 * 100=27.27%

Total number of mobile manufactured in D=500 + 300 + 250=1050

Required percentage=250/1050 * 100=23.809%

Total number of mobile manufactured in E=400 + 250 + 200=850

Required percentage=200/850 * 100=23.52%

Required difference=6000 * 450 â€“ 8000 * 200=1100000

Difference= (300 + 400 + 200) – (400 + 250 + 200) =50