Sectional IBPS Clerk Online Test Series – Day-37

Sectional IBPS Clerk Online Test Series – Day-37:
Dear Readers, IBPS Clerk Examination for the year 2017 was approaching very shortly, for that we have given the Sectional IBPS Clerk Test Series which consist of questions from all the three sections such as, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, and English Language. This Sectional IBPS Clerk Test Series will be provided on daily basis kindly make use of it.

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1)How many kg of sugar costing Â 5.75 per kg should be mixed with 75 kg of cheaper sugar costing Rs.4.50 per kg so that the mixture is worth Rs.5.50 per kg ?

1. 350 kg
2. 300 kg
3. 250 kg
4. 325 kg
5. None of these

2).Â A team of 8 persons joins in a shooting competition. The best marksman scored 85 points. If he had scored 92 points, then the average score for the team would have been 84. The number of points, the team scored was:

1. 645
2. 665
3. 588
4. 672
5. None of these

3).Â Wasim invested a sum of Rs.15000 at 9 percent per annum simple interest and Rs.12000 at 8 per cent per annum compound interest for a period of 2 years. What amount of interest did Wasim earn in 2 years?

1. Rs.4096.60
2. Rs.4696.80
3. Rs.4896.60
4. Rs.4698.60
5. None of these

4).Â Sittu sells 25 articles at Rs.45 per article after giving 10% discount and gains 50% profit. If the discount is not given what is the profit gained?

1. 60%
2. 60 2/3 %
3. 662/3 %
4. 66%
5. None of these

5).Â A piece of cloth costs Rs.35. If the length of the piece would have been 4 m longer and each metre costs Rs.1 less, then the cost would have remained unchanged. How long is the piece?

1. 14 m
2. 10 m
3. 12 m
4. 9 m
5. None of these

Directions (6-10): In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer

a)if only conclusion I follows.

b)if only conclusion II follows.

c)if either conclusion I or II follows.

d)if neither conclusion I nor II follows.

e)if both conclusion I and II follow.

(6 â€“7): Statements:

Some goals are ranks.

No goal is a game.

All games are players.

6).Â Conclusions:

1. Some ranks are definitely not games.
2. All ranks being goals is a possibility.

7).Â Conclusions:

1. All players are games.
2. At least some players are not goals.

(8-9) :

Statements:

All files are documents.

Some dictionary is documents.

No picture is a file.

8).Â Conclusions:

1. All documents being dictionary is a Possibility.
2. Some documents are files.

9).Â Conclusions:

1. Some documents are pictures.
2. All files are definitely not picture.Â

10). Statements:

All books are pens.

No pen is a copy.

No paper is a book.

Conclusions:

1. No pen is a paper.
2. No copy is a book.

Directions (Q.11-15): There are five sentences given below. Arrange them into a meaningful order to form a paragraph and then answer the following questions.

(A) If the meeting of Asian leaders has achieved anything, it is to exert a bit more pressure of Pakistan than on India.

(B) Even then, there may be a slight movement forward considering that Pakistan is now fully aware that its lies are no longer effective.

(C) The Almaty conference has underlined the continuing stalemate in India-Pakistan relations.

(D) Beyond that, the situation remains virtually unchanged both on the border and in the capitals of the two countries engaged in perhaps the most dangers confrontation in the history.

(E) It has been caught out so often that bland assertions of the kind made by Musharraf to stop Pakistani soil being used by terrorists are no longer believed.

11).Â Which will be the LAST sentence of the paragraph?

1. E
2. C
3. B
4. D
5. A

12).Â Which will be the SECOND sentence of the paragraph?

1. E
2. C
3. D
4. B
5. A

13).Â Which sentence will be the FOURTH in the paragraph?

1. C
2. E
3. A
4. D
5. B

14).Â Which will be the THIRD sentence of the paragraph?

1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
5. E

15).Â Which will be the FIRST sentence of the paragraph?

1. B
2. A
3. D
4. E
5. C