IBPS SO Prelims GT Quantitative Aptitude Practice Test  2
Directions (101105): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
101. What is the average weight of the all students of a class?
Statement I: Average weight of girls is 35kg and average weight of boys including one teacher (whose weight is 50.kg) is 40.4 kg.
Statement II: If there are total 40 students in the class in which 40% are girls.
a) Statement I alone is sufficient
b) Statement II alone is sufficient
c) Either statement I or II alone is sufficient.
d) Both statements I and II together are sufficient.
e) Both statements I and II together are not sufficient.
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Answer:d

102. What is the ratio of the present ages of Sonal and her younger sister Deepa?
Statement I: Five years hence the ratio of Sonal to her younger sister Deepa will be 5 : 4
Statement II: 7years ago the ratio of ages of Sonal and her younger sister Deepa was 19 : 14
a) If the question can be answered by using the statement I alone but not by using the statement II alone.
b) If the question can be answered by using the statement II alone but not by using the statement I alone.
c) If the question can be answered by using either of the statements alone.
d) If the question can be answered by using both the statements together but not by either of the statements alone.
e) If the question cannot be answered even by using both the statements together
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Answer:d

103. Total number of students in a classroom is 400 and 40 students failed in both the subjects. What is the number of students who passed in Physics?
Statement I: 40% students passed only in Chemistry.
Statement II: Number of students who passed in both the subjects is 40 and Number of students who passed in Chemistry is 5 times that.
a) Statement I alone is sufficient, but Statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
b) Statement II alone is sufficient, but Statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
c) Both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is sufficient.
d) Either statement alone is sufficient.
e) Both statements together are not sufficient to answer the question.
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Answer:b

104. What is the stream speed?
Statement I: The ratio of the effective speed of the boat during downstream journey to that during upstream journey is 4:1
Statement II: The boat takes 1 hr more to travel downstream for 160 km than to travel upstream for 30 km.
a) Statement I alone is sufficient, but Statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
b) Statement II alone is sufficient, but Statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
c) Both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is sufficient.
d) Either statement alone is sufficient
e) Both statements together are not sufficient to answer the question.
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Answer:c

105.If Saurabh sold a watch, then what is the selling price for a profit of 20%?
Statement I: Saurabh sold the watch at a profit of 25%, if he had sold it at a profit of 10%, he may lose Rs. 180.
Statement II: Saurabh sold the watch to Jayesh at a profit of 15% who sold to his friend Rajnish for Rs. 15000 and claims a profit of Rs. 1200.
a) Statement II alone is sufficient
b) Statement I alone is sufficient
c) Both I and II together are sufficient
d) Either I or II alone is sufficient
e) None of these
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Answer:d

106. A man buys two articles for Rs.86, by selling one for threequarters of its cost price, and the other fourthirds of its cost price, he makes a profit of Rs.3 on the whole transactions. Find the cost price (in rupees) of each articles.
a) Rs.39, Rs.47
b) Rs.34, Rs.52
c) Rs.48, Rs.38
d) Rs.44, Rs.42
e) Rs.50, Rs.44
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Answer:d

107. 1104 food packets are divided between 3 red dogs, 4 white dogs and 6 black dogs so that the number of packets each red dog, each white dog and each black dog get is in the proportion of 3 : 2 : 1. How many packets does each black dog get?
a) 48
b) 64
c) 96
d) Cannot be determined
e) None of these
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Answer:a

108. A certain sum at the rate of 15% compound interest for 2 years gives a compound interest of Rs 3225. The sum is
a) Rs.8000
b) Rs.9000
c) Rs.10000
d) Rs.12500
e) Rs.13900
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Answer:c

109. A train crossed a bridge in 20 seconds and a platform in 15 seconds. If the length of platform is 260m and speed of train is 72km/hr, then the length of bridge is:
a) 360m
b) 300m
c) 280m
d) 340m
e) None of these
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Answer:a

110.The average age of 6 members of a family is 25 years. If the servant in the family is included, the average age increases by 20%. What is the average age of the servant?
a) 70 years
b) 60 years
c) 65 years
d) 72 years
e) None of these
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 Answer:b
111. A sum of Rs.312 was divided among 100 members of a group (men and women) in such a way that the man gets Rs.3.60 and each woman Rs.2.40 the number of women is
a) 35
b) 40
c) 45
d) 50
e) None of these
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Answer:b

112. A, B and C contract a work for Rs 1740. A and B together complete twothird part of the work and remaining work done by C. Find the share of C.
a) Rs 580
b) Rs 440
c) Rs 600
d) Rs 450
e) None of these
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Answer:a

113. In an examination the number of total questions is 120. Manvi answered 40% of the first 60 questions correctly. In this examination there is no negative marking for wrong or unattempted questions. What percentage of the remaining questions she has to answer correctly, so that she can score an overall percentage of 60 in the test?
a) 60%
b) 50%
c) 80%
d) 75%
e) None of these
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Answer:c

114. The perimeter of a semi circle is 108cm. What will be the total surface area of a hemisphere having radius double the radius of the semi circle in cm2?
a) 16632
b) 13662
c) 14544
d) 13294
e) 13972
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Answer:a

115. The cost price of 12 mangoes is equal to the selling price of 10 mangoes. The selling price of apples per piece is the cost price of a mango (Per piece). If the profit made on selling an apple is half that of profit on selling a mango, then what is the cost of an apple if the selling price of one mango is Rs. 4?
a) Rs. 3
b) Rs. 5
c) Rs. 2
d) Can’t be determined
e) None of these
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Answer:a

116. Two friends go to a Language Proficiency Test in a recruitment process. The probability of clearing the test of 1st person is 2/5 and that of the 2nd person is 1/4 .What will be the probability that at least one of them will get selected?
a) 5/16
b) 7/20
c) 4/5
d) 11/20
e) 3/5
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Answer:d

Directions (117121): What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following expression?
117. 16/15 of 21/28 of 321.5 = ?
a) 257.2
b) 251.4
c) 264.5
d) 224.3
e) None of these
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Answer:a

118. √4096+√3249=(?)^{2}
a) 21
b) 9
c) 17
d) 13
e) 11
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Answer:e

119. 24% of 35% of 150% of 2500 = ?
a) 325
b) 305
c) 315
d) 335
e) None of these
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Answer:c

120. 32% of 3500 + 28% of 2500 = ?% of 7280.
a) 15
b) 20
c) 25
d) 30
e) None of these
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Answer:c

121. 37.5% of 2016 + 25% of 3648 = ? × 12
a) 160
b) 120
c) 170
d) 145
e) None of these
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Answer:e

Directions (122126): The following table shows the sales of various types of units by 5 companies.
Type A Type B Type C Type D
Company P 1250 1100 1280 1180
Company Q 800 960 1000 900
Company R 1440 1500 1200 840
Company S 1260 1120 1400 1260
Company T 800 900 1000 1200
122. The sum of the number of type B units sold by companies P, Q and R is how much greater than the sum of the number of type A units sold by companies S and T?
a) 1250
b) 1400
c) 1500
d) 1550
e) 1600
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Answer:c

123. What is the ratio of the difference between the number of type C and type D units sold by company R to that by company T?
a) 9:5
b) 7:5
c) 11:8
d) 13:9
e) 5:3
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Answer:a

124. What is the difference between average number of Type A, C and D units sold by company Q and the average number of type A and D units sold by company P?
a) 285
b) 315
c) 325
d) 295
e) 305
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Answer:b

125.What is the ratio of the number of type A units sold by company R to the number of type D units sold by S?
a) 11:10
b) 10:9
c) 9:8
d) 8:7
e) 7:6
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Answer:d

126. The sum of the number of type C units sold by companies P and S is approximately what percent greater than the sum of the number of type B units sold by companies S and T?
a) 28%
b) 33%
c) 41%
d) 25%
e) 37%
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Answer:b

Directions (127131): Following bar graph shows the percentage of total number of students admitted in different streams in a college during the period of 20052009. The table shows the total number of admitted students during this period.
Year Total number of students admitted
2005 1200
2006 1060
2007 1450
2008 1100
2009 1000
127. What is the average number of students admitted in Commerce stream?
a) 342
b) 345
c) 347
d) 349
e) 350
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Answer:c

128. What is the ratio between total number of Science students and total number of Arts students admitted in the year 2008?
a) 2:3
b) 3:2
c) 5:3
d) 3:5
e) 4:5
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Answer:d

129.The number of students admitted in Arts stream in year 2008 is how much per cent more than that of total number of students admitted in Commerce in year 2009?
a) 60%
b) 20%
c) 90%
d) 100%
e) 120%
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Answer:e

130. Total number of students admitted in Science stream in 2008 is what per cent of students admitted in the same stream in 2009?
a) 120%
b) 100%
c) 90%
d) 75%
e) 60%
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Answer:e

131. What is the ratio between number of years in which Science students admitted is more than Commerce students and the number of years in which Arts students admitted is more than Commerce students admitted?
a) 4 : 3
b) 3 : 2
c) 1 : 2
d) 2 : 1
e) 1 : 1
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 Answer:d
Directions (132136): Answer the questions based on the information given below.
Different number of people are tested for covid19 through two means i.e. RTPCR and antigen at six different locations. The pie chart given below shows the distribution of number of people tested at the respective locations, either in percentage or in degree measures.
Note: Difference between number of people tested at location ‘S’ and ‘R’ is 280.
The bar graph given below shows the number of people tested through RTPCR.
132. Total number of people tested at location ‘P’ is:
a) 800
b) 1600
c) 400
d) 720
e) None of these
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Answer:a

133. Number of people tested through antigen at location ‘S’ is how much percent more/less than the same at location ‘R’?
a) 40%
b) 25%
c) 62.5%
d) 37.5%
e) None of these
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Answer:d

134. Ratio of number of people tested through antigen at location ‘P and location ‘T’ respectively is:
a) 27:29
b) 17:19
c) 7:9
d) 3:2
e) None of these
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Answer:a

135. Average of number of people tested through antigen at location ‘Q’ and location ‘U’ is:
a) 224
b) 264
c) 284
d) 214
e) None of these
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Answer:a

136. If total number of people tested at location ‘Q’, ‘R’ and ‘T’ is represented in a pie chart then central angle made by number of people tested at location ‘R’ is:
a) 144°
b) 108°
c) 120°
d) 72°
e) None of these
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Answer:a

Directions (137142): Find the next term in the series.
137. 21, 19, 34, 94, 360, ?
a) 1830
b) 1768
c) 1846
d) 1856
e) 1715
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Answer:b

138.404, 364, 326, 290, 256, ?
a) 224
b) 240
c) 234
d) 236
e) 237
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Answer:a

139. 128.0, 192.0, 480.0, 1680.0, 7560.0, ?
a) 41580.0
b) 41495.0
c) 41435.0
d) 41630.0
e) 41693.0
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Answer:a

140. 29, 174, 1218, 9744, 87696, ?
a) 876900
b) 876830
c) 876960
d) 877110
e) 876820
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Answer:c

141. 14, 22, 32, 44, 58, ?
a) 74
b) 63
c) 102
d) 89
e) 113
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Answer:a

142. 290, 256, 224, 194, 166, ?
a) 145
b) 140
c) 147
d) 150
e) 159
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Answer:b

Directions (143147): In the questions, two equations I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations to establish the correct relation between x and y and choose the correct option.
143. I. x^{2} – 31x + 184 = 0
II. y^{2} – 49y + 600 = 0
a) x > y
b) x < y
c) x = y or the relationship cannot be established
d) x ≥ y
e) x ≤ y
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Answer:b

144. I. 11x + 7y = 162
II. 5x + 15y = 180
a) x > y
b) x < y
c) x = y or the relationship cannot be established
d) x ≥ y
e) x ≤ y
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Answer:c

145. I. x^{2 }– 11x + 18 = 0
II. y^{2} – 10y + 24 = 0
a) x > y
b) x < y
c) x = y or the relationship cannot be established
d) x ≥ y
e) x ≤ y
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Answer:c

146.I. 4x2 + 40% of 320 = 1028
II. 8y^{2} + 512 = 160y
a) x > y
b) x < y
c) x = y or the relationship cannot be established
d) x ≥ y
e) x ≤ y
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Answer:c

147. I. x^{3} – 80% of 150x = 75% of 272x
II. 32y – 12 × 24 = 32 × 15
a) x > y
b) x < y
c) x = y or the relationship cannot be established
d) x ≥ y
e) x ≤ y
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Answer:b

Directions (148150): Study the information carefully and answer the questions.
A school consists of 2800 students. The ratio of boys to girls is 5 : 9. All the enrolled students have at least one favourite place __ Darjeeling, Singapore and Paris. 12% of the boys like only Singapore. 16% of the girls like only Darjeeling. The number of students who like only Paris is 925. Onefourth of the boys like all the three places. The number of girls who like only Singapore is 250% of the boys who like only the same city. The remaining girls like only all the three places. 23% of enrolled boys like only Darjeeling and the remaining like only Paris. No student likes any combination of only two cities.
148. What is the ratio of the number of boys who like only Darjeeling to the number of girls who like only the same place?
a) 144 : 115
b) 115 : 144
c) 110 : 113
d) 110 : 113
e) 113 : 110
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Answer:b

149. What is the number of girls who like all three places?
a) 1212
b) 812
c) 1012
d) 1112
e) 687
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Answer:e

150. The number of boys who like only Paris is what percent of the no. of girls who like only the same city? (Approx.)
a) 76
b) 73
c) 78
d) 82
e) 75
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Answer:a
