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**New Pattern Quantitative Aptitude Questions For SBI PO (Day-17)**

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**Direction (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions**

Two trains A and B cross each other when travelling in opposite direction in 36 seconds and when travelling in the same direction in 108 seconds. Length of train A is 400m and speed of train B is 60kmph. The train A has 5 coaches-S, T, U, V and W. Total number of passengers in coach S is 120 and the total number of passengers in coach U and V in the ratio of 6:5. The number of passengers in coach T is 60 more than of the number of passengers in coach S. The number of passengers in coach W and V is 20 and 30 less than the number of passengers in coach T respectively. If the fare of the ticket per person for reserved class and non reserved class is Rs.500 and Rs.250 respectively. Train B faster than train A and train A runs towards Chennai.

**1) Out of the total number of passenger in the train A, 40% of the passengers bought unreserved ticket, then the total amount received by unreserved ticket is approximately what percent of the total amount received by reserved ticket?**

a) 22 %

b) 15 %

c) 33 %

d) 56 %

e) 44 %

**2) If the number of passengers in below 18 years of train A in coach S and W is 25% and 30% respectively and the passengers in below 18 years in coach T is half of the below 18 years passengers in coach S. The ratio of the below 18 passengers in coach U and V is 5:4. The below 18 years passengers of coach V is two-three of the below 18 years passengers of coach W. If the railway department announced 20% discount is given on tickets of all passengers below 18 years, and the ratio of the reserved ticket and unreserved ticket passengers in below 18 is 3:2, then how much amount is collected from passengers of below 18 years?**

a) Rs. 66000

b) Rs. 52800

c) Rs. 62600

d) Rs. 58400

e) None of these

**3) Total distance between Delhi to Chennai is 720 km. Train B starts Journey after x hours of train A but reaches Chennai one hour before train A. The train A stops for 10 minutes on each station and train B did not stop at any station. If the total number of station between Delhi and Chennai is 24, then find value of x?**

a) 15 hours

b) 20 hours

c) 25 hours

d) 18 hours

e) None of these

**4) If the female passenger of coach S is 80 and the 40% of the passengers of coach T is females. The male passengers of coach T and U in the ratio of 9:7 and the male passengers of coach V is five-sixth of the number of female passengers of coach U. If the ratio of the male passengers in coach W to female passengers in coach V is 8:7 and the ratio of the female bought reserved ticket to unreserved ticket is 101:98, then find the difference between the total amount collected from reserved ticket (female bought) and the total amount collected from unreserved ticket (female bought)?**

a) Rs. 52000

b) Rs. 45000

c) Rs. 48000

d) Rs. 60000

e) None of these

**5) What is the difference between the time taken by train A crosses the 225 m long bridge and that of the time taken by the train B crosses the car running in the same direction at the speed of 42 kmph?**

a) 20 seconds

b) 25 seconds

c) 30 seconds

d) Cannot be determine

e) None of these

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

The given bar graph shows the rate of interest for four different schemes-S, T, U and V which is offers SI and CI.

**6) A and B together can complete the piece of work for 12 days and B and C together can complete the same piece of work for 18 days. Efficiency of A is twice as C. B alone completes the work and got Rs. 240 per day and he invested his total earning in scheme S for CI, and then find the total amount received after 2 years?**

a) Rs.10844.4

b) Rs.10484.4

c) Rs.10544.4

d) Rs.10454.4

e) None of these

**7) A alone can do a piece of work in 6 days and B alone in 8 days. A and B undertook to do it for Rs. 3200. With the help of C, they completed the work in 3 days. C invested his 25% of earning in scheme V at SI for 5 years and then the total amount received from scheme V is invested in scheme T for CI for 2 years, and then find the Compound amount received by C after 2 years?**

a) Rs.230.4

b) Rs.240.8

c) Rs.220.8

d) Rs.260.4

e) None of these

**8) D and B together can complete the work in 18 days and B and C together can complete the work in 12 days. C can complete the same work in 28 days. D alone completes the work and got Rs.320 per day. D lent the total amount earned by him to E, who invested his amount in scheme U at SI for 3 years. E then added some money to the borrowed money and lent it to F for same time in scheme V at SI. If E gains Rs. 10324.8 by way of interest on borrowed sum as well as his own amount from the whole transaction, then find the sum lent by him to F?**

a) Rs.42120

b) Rs.32210

c) Rs.44120

d) Rs.40320

e) None of these

**9) A lent some amount from bank in scheme S for CI. A pays two installments of Rs. 2200 each at the end of each year and then the entire debt gets cleared. What the approximate value is borrowed? **

a) Rs.3818

b) Rs.2818

c) Rs.4818

d) Rs.5818

e) None of these

**10) A and B started the business in the investment ratio is 8:5. If divide 40% of the profit equally and rest in the proportion of their investment and A’s profit is Rs.740. If B invests his profit in scheme V for SI for 18 years, then find the total amount received by B after 18 years?**

a) Rs.1669.6

b) Rs.1869.6

c) Rs.1769.6

d) Rs.1569.6

e) None of these

**Answers :**

**Directions (1 – 5): **

Length of train B=x

Speed of train A=y

400+x=(y+60)*(5/18)*36

400+x=10y+600

X – 10y=200 ——- (1)

400+x = (60-y)*(5/18)*108

400+x=1800-30y

X+30y=1400 ——— (2)

By solving the equation (1) and (2), we get,

-40y=-1200

y=30 kmph

x=200 + 300 = 500 m

S coach passenger = 120

T coach passenger = 120 + 60 =180

W coach passenger = 180 – 20 =160

V coach passenger = 180 – 30 =150

U coach passenger = (6/5)*150 =180

**1) Answer: c)**

Total number of passengers in train A=120+180+160+150+180=790

Unreserved ticket passenger=790*(40/100) = 316

Reserved ticket passenger=790-316=474

Amount of unreserved ticket=316*250 =79000

Amount of reserved ticket=474*500 =237000

Required percentage=(79000/237000)*100=33%

**2) Answer: b)**

Below 18 passengers in coach S= (25/100)*120=30

Below 18 passengers in coach T=30/2=15

Below 18 years passengers in coach W= (30/100)*160=48

Below 18 years passengers in coach V= (2/3)*48=32

Below 18 years passengers in coach U= (5/4)*32=40

Total number of below 18 passengers in all the coaches=30+15+48+32+40=165

Reserved ticket= (3/5)*165=99

Unreserved ticket= (2/5)*165=66

Ticket fare for reserved passengers of below 18 years = 500*(80/100) = 400

Ticket fare for unreserved passengers of below 18 years =250*(80/100) = 200

Total amount= (99*400) + (66*200) = 39600 + 13200 = Rs. 52800

**3) Answer: a)**

Speed of train A =30kmph

Total distance=720km

Time taken by train A=720/30=24 hours

Stoppage time of train A=24*10=240 minutes=4 hours

Total time taken by train A=24+4=28 hours

Time taken by train B=28-x-1=27-x hours

60=720/(27-x)

1620 – 60x = 720

X=15 hours

**4) Answer: a)**

Female passengers in coach S=80

Female passengers in coach T= (40/100)*180=72

Male passengers in coach T= (60/100)*180=108

Male passengers in coach U= (7/9)*108=84

Female passengers in coach U=180 – 84=96

Male passengers in coach V= (5/6)*96=80

Female passengers in coach V=150-80=70

Male passengers in coach W= (8/7)*70=80

Female passengers in W=160-80=80

Total female passengers in all the coaches=80+72+96+70+80=398

Reserved ticket= (101/199)*398=202

Unreserved ticket= (98/199)*398=196

Required difference= (202*500) – (196*250) = Rs. 52000

**5) Answer: b)**

Time taken by train A= (400+225)/(30*5/18)

= > 625*(18/30)*5 = 75 seconds

Time taken by train B=500/(60-42)*5/18

= > 100 seconds

Required difference= 100 – 75 = 25 seconds

**Direction (6-10) :**

**6) Answer: d)**

A+B = 1/12

B+C = 1/18 —– (1)

A=2C

2C+B=1/12 —— (2)

(1)*2-(2)

B=1/9 – 1/12

B= 3/(9*12) =1/36

B got per day=Rs. 240

36 days=240*36= Rs. 8640

Total amount =8640*(1+10/100)^{2} =Rs.10454.4

**7) Answer: a)**

A=1/6

B=1/8

C=1/3 – 1/6 – 1/8 = (8-4-3)/24 =1/24

A, B and C wages ratio=1/6 : 1/8 : 1/24 = 4:3:1

C= (1/8)*3200=Rs. 400

25% of the C’s wages= 400*(25/100) = Rs. 100

SI= (100*5*12)/100=60

Total amount =100+60=160

Total amount using CI=160*(1+20/100)^{2} =Rs. 230.4

**8) Answer: a)**

D+B = 1/18

B+C = 1/12

B = 1/12 – 1/28 =1/21

D = 1/18 – 1/21 = 1/126

D = 126*320 = Rs. 40320

(40320*3*20/100) – (40320*3*12/100) + (x*3*12/100) = 10324.8

40320*(60 – 36)/100 + 36x/100 = 10324.8

36x/100 = 648

x=1800

Required sum=1800 + 40320=Rs.42120

**9) Answer: a)**

((110/100)*x – 2200)*(110/100) = 2200

(1.1x – 2200)*1.1 = 2200

1.21x – 2420 = 2200

1.21x = 4620

X=3818

**10) Answer: c)**

Total profit=x

20x/100 + (60/100)*(8/13)*x=740

X/5 + 24x/65 = 740

37x=65*740

x=1300

B’s profit=1300 – 740=Rs.560

SI= (560*12*18)/100=1209.6

Total amount=560+1209.6=Rs. 1769.6