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Quant Quiz for SBI Clerk PRE & RRB PO 2019
Quant Quiz to improve your Quantitative Aptitude for SBI Po & SBI clerk exam IBPS PO Reasoning , IBPS Clerk Reasoning , IBPS RRB Reasoning, LIC AAO , and other competitive exams.
Direction (Q1 – Q3) : Given table shows the number of Cars manufactured and percentage of Cars sold by six companies in 2017. Answer the following questions based on given data–
Q1. Total number of Cars sold by Companies C and D together is what percent more/less than Cars that remain unsold by Companies B and E together?
A) 52%
B) 39%
C) 44%
D) 48%
E) 56%
Q2. 66 2/3 % of Cars sold by Company F were diesel cars and ratio between number of diesel and petrol cars manufactured by company F in in 2017 was 3 : 4, find number of petrol cars that remain unsold by F in 2017? (Consider only diesel and petrol cars were manufactured).
A) 107
B) 112
C) 99
D) 92
E) 97
Q3. In 2016, total cars manufactured by six companies together is 44% less than total cars manufactured by six companies together in 2017. If ratio of total cars sold to total cars manufactured in 2016 is 13: 20. Then, find total number of cars remains unsold in 2016?
A) 472
B) 490
C) 480
D) 460
E) 420
Q4. A sum of money lent at compound interest for 2 years at 20% per annum would fetch Rs 723 more, if the interest was payable halfyearly than if it was payable annually. The sum is?
(a) Rs. 38,000
(b) Rs. 30,000
(c) Rs. 20,000
(d) Rs. 25,000
(e) None of these
Q5. Manish borrowed some money at the rate of 7 per cent per annul for the first three years, 9 per cent per annul for the next six years and 10 per cent per annul for the period beyond nine years. If the total interest paid by him at the end of fifteen years is Rs 4050, how much money did he borrow( if simple interest be reckoned)?
(a) Rs 2800
(b) Rs 3600
(c) Rs 3000
(d) Rs 3500
(e) None of these
Q6. A man borrows Rs. 4000 at 20% compound rate of interest. At the end of each year he pays back Rs. 1500. How much amount should he pay at the end of the third year to clear all his dues ?
(a) Rs. 2592
(b) Rs. 2852
(c) Rs. 2952
(d) Rs. 2953
(e) None of these
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Q7. Ashok borrowed some money at simple interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annul for the first two years, at the rate of 9 per cent per annul for the next three years and at the rate of 14% per cent per annul for the period beyond five years. If he pays a total interest of Rs. 11400 at the end of 9 years how much money did he borrow ?
(a) Rs. 16,000
(b) Rs. 14,000
(c) Rs. 18,000
(d) Rs. 12,000
(e) None of these
Q8. 2, 3, 12, 65, 462, ?
A) 2987
B) 3287
C) 4167
D) 4477
E) 4850
Q9. ? , 766, 824, 904, 1017, 1174
A) 705
B) 722
C) 709
D) 727
E) 719
Q10. 55, 104, 225, 394, ? , 1044
A) 683
B) 660
C) 675
D) 695
E) 729
Direction (Q1 – Q3) : Given table shows the number of Cars manufactured and percentage of Cars sold by six companies in 2017. Answer the following questions based on given data–
Q1. Total number of Cars sold by Companies C and D together is what percent more/less than Cars that remain unsold by Companies B and E together?
A) 52%
B) 39%
C) 44%
D) 48%
E) 56%
Q2. 66 2/3 % of Cars sold by Company F were diesel cars and ratio between number of diesel and petrol cars manufactured by company F in in 2017 was 3 : 4, find number of petrol cars that remain unsold by F in 2017? (Consider only diesel and petrol cars were manufactured).
A) 107
B) 112
C) 99
D) 92
E) 97
Q3. In 2016, total cars manufactured by six companies together is 44% less than total cars manufactured by six companies together in 2017. If ratio of total cars sold to total cars manufactured in 2016 is 13: 20. Then, find total number of cars remains unsold in 2016?
A) 472
B) 490
C) 480
D) 460
E) 420
Q4. A sum of money lent at compound interest for 2 years at 20% per annum would fetch Rs 723 more, if the interest was payable halfyearly than if it was payable annually. The sum is?
(a) Rs. 38,000
(b) Rs. 30,000
(c) Rs. 20,000
(d) Rs. 25,000
(e) None of these
Q5. Manish borrowed some money at the rate of 7 per cent per annul for the first three years, 9 per cent per annul for the next six years and 10 per cent per annul for the period beyond nine years. If the total interest paid by him at the end of fifteen years is Rs 4050, how much money did he borrow( if simple interest be reckoned)?
(a) Rs 2800
(b) Rs 3600
(c) Rs 3000
(d) Rs 3500
(e) None of these
Q6. A man borrows Rs. 4000 at 20% compound rate of interest. At the end of each year he pays back Rs. 1500. How much amount should he pay at the end of the third year to clear all his dues ?
(a) Rs. 2592
(b) Rs. 2852
(c) Rs. 2952
(d) Rs. 2953
(e) None of these
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Q7. Ashok borrowed some money at simple interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annul for the first two years, at the rate of 9 per cent per annul for the next three years and at the rate of 14% per cent per annul for the period beyond five years. If he pays a total interest of Rs. 11400 at the end of 9 years how much money did he borrow ?
(a) Rs. 16,000
(b) Rs. 14,000
(c) Rs. 18,000
(d) Rs. 12,000
(e) None of these
Q8. 2, 3, 12, 65, 462, ?
A) 2987
B) 3287
C) 4167
D) 4477
E) 4850
Q9. ? , 766, 824, 904, 1017, 1174
A) 705
B) 722
C) 709
D) 727
E) 719
Q10. 55, 104, 225, 394, ? , 1044
A) 683
B) 660
C) 675
D) 695
E) 729
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