# Quant Quiz for SBI CLERK Mains & RBI Assistant Mains 2020 |18 March 2020

## Quant Quiz SBI CLERK MAINS & RBI ASSISTANT MAINS

Quant Quiz to improve your Quantitative Aptitude for SBI Po & SBI clerk exam IBPS PO Reasoning , IBPS Clerk Reasoning , IBPS RRB Reasoning, LIC AAO ,LIC Assistant  and other competitive exams

Direction (1 -5) : Study the pie chart given below and answer the following questions.
Pie chart shows the percentage distribution of total woollen clothes (jackets + sweatshirts) sold of 5 different brands.

Q1. Woollen clothes sold of UCB and Nike together are what percent more or less than woollen clothes sold of Wildcraft and Peter England together?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Q2. If ratio of jackets to sweatshirts sold of Nike and Wildcraft is 7 : 6 and 3 : 1 respectively, then find number of jackets sold of Nike and Wildcraft together.
1. 7300
2. 8600
3. 8100
4. 7800
5. 8500
Q3. Find difference between average of woolen clothes sold of UCB, Peter England and Wildcraft and average of woolen clothes sold of Nike and Allen Solly.
1. 1200
2. 500
3. 900
4. 700
5. None of the above.
Q4. If jackets sold of Puma is 25% more than woollen clothes sold of Peter England and ratio of jackets to sweatshirts sold of Puma is 4 : 5, then find woollen clothes sold of UCB are how much more or less than sweatshirts sold of Puma?
1. 500
2. 150
3. 750
4. 600
5. 350
Q5. If jackets sold of Allen Solly are 75% of sweatshirts sold of Allen Solly and jackets sold of UCB are 400 more than sweatshirts sold of UCB, then find ratio of jackets sold of Allen Solly to sweatshirts sold of UCB.
1. 2 : 3
2. 2 : 5
3. 9 : 13
4. 3 : 4
5. None of the above.

Direction (Q6 – Q10): Study the bar-graph carefully to answer the questions.

Bar graph shows the total number of employees working in public and private sectors in 5 different cities.

Q1. If number of males working in private sector in city Lucknow is 20% more than the number of females working in same sector and in same city and ratio of male to female working in public sector in Delhi is 12 : 13 then, find the difference between females working in private sector in city Lucknow to male working in public sector in Delhi ? (in thousands)

A) 75

B) 50

C) 55

D) 45

E) 60

Q7.  If 11 1/9% of employees working in public sector in Chennai quits and Joins private sector in Mumbai then, remaining total employees in Chennai are what percent of total employees in Mumbai after the changes?

A) 85 5/12%

B) 62 3/5%

C) 87 2/3%

D) 78 5/12%

E) 72%

Q8.  In how many cities, number of employees in private sector is 25% more than number of employees in public sector?

A) 4

B) 1

C) 2

D) 3

E) None of these

Q9. Find the ratio of average of public sector employees in Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai together to the average of private sector employees in Lucknow and Delhi together?

A) 15 : 23

B) 17 : 26

C) 19 : 26

D) 9 : 13

E) 26 : 19

Q10. If ratio of employees in three groups A, B and C in public sector in city Delhi is 5 : 8 : 12 and ratio of employees in three group C, B and A in public sector in Mumbai is 2 : 2 : 1. Then, Group ‘C’ employees in public sector in city Delhi is what percent more/less than that in Mumbai?

A) 80%

B) 60%

C) 75%

D) 65%

E) 50%

## Solutions

Q1. Ans(5)
Q2. Ans(1)
Q3. Ans(5)
Q4. Ans(2)
Q5. Ans(4)

Q6. Ans(B)

Q7. Ans(A)

Q8. Ans(D)

Q9. Ans(C)

Q10. Ans(E)

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