# IBPS SO Prelims Quantitative Aptitude Practice Test GT-1

**Directions (Q. No. 101-105) **:What approximate value will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following question (You are not expected to calculate the exact value)

**101.** ?% of 9496 + 49.99% of 330.23 = 639.95

a) 5

b) 9

c) 6

d) 11

e) None of these

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**Answer: A**

**102.** √675÷ ? × 15.99^{2} = 512.01

a) 14

b) 15

c) 17

d) 11

e) None of these

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**Answer: E**

**103**. 67.5% of 600 + 22.5% of 200 = ?

a) 435

b) 415

c) 430

d) 450

e) 425

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**Answer: D**

**104.** (444 ÷ 37.5 × 57) ÷ 37 = ?

a) 19.26

b) 17.00

c) 18.24

d) 20.84

e) 16.24

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**Answer: C**

**105.** (36 × 6)^{3} ÷ (6 ×6)^{3} × (1296)^{2} = 6^{?}

a) 22

b) 11

c) 24

d) 12

e) 34

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**Answer: B**

**106. **Sanjeev is a sports goods retailer. He has amount to buy 32 bats of XYZ company. A wholesaler offered him an excellent deal in case of cash payment due to which Sanjeev bought 40 bats at same amount. Find the discount percentage given by wholesaler.

a) 20%

b) 12.5%

c) 32.5%

d) 25%

e) 37.5%

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**Answer: A**

**107. **There are 70 children in a play school. 52 children play with white color balls and some children play with yellow color balls and 38 children play with both colour balls. How many children use yellow color balls?

a) 52

b) 48

c) 56

d) 42

e) None of these

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**Answer: C**

**108.** If the radius of the base of a cone is tripled, and the volume of the new cone is four times the volume of the original cone, then what will be the ratio of the height of the original cone to that of the new cone?

a) 1: 3

b) 4 : 3

c) 2 : 9

d) 9 : 4

e) 4 : 9

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**Answer: D**

**109. **Master Dindayal has ‘x’ candies. He distributed them among 4 students in the ratio 1/5 :1/8 :1/2 :1/3 . If he gave them each one a complete candy, then minimum number of candies that he has?

a) 239

b) 240

c) 139

d) 129

e) 141

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**Answer: C**

**110. **Pipe P alone and pipe R alone can fill the empty tank in 50% less time and 25% less time respectively than the time taken by pipe Q to empty the full tank. If the time taken by pipe Q alone to empty the full tank is 30 hours, then in how many hours would the tank be 35% filled if all the three pipes are opened together?

a) 4.5 hr

b) 5.5 hr

c) 7.5hr

d) 5 hr

e) 7 hr

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**Answer: A**

**111. **32 men can complete a piece of work in 30 days. After 12 days, ‘x’ more men joined the work and the whole work was completed in 10 days less than its stipulated time. Find the value of x.

a) 44

b) 40

c) 18

d) 32

e) None of these

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**Answer: B**

**112.** If the difference between the compound interest and the simple interest on a sum of money for 3 years is Rs. 576, then find the sum of money, if the rate of interest in both cases be 20%.

a) Rs. 5000

b) Rs. 7500

c) Rs. 4500

d) Rs. 4000

e) None of these

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**Answer: C**

**113. **Due to high demand a conductor marked the tickets 60% above actual price. To attract travellers he made a discount of 25% over the marked price of the ticket. Find his profit percent in this transaction.

a) 15%

b) 20%

c) 25%

d) 30%

e) None of these

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**Answer: B**

**114. **A and B together have Rs. 15120. If (5/19) of A’s amount is equal to (2/5) B’s amount, then the amount of ‘B’ is :

a) Rs. 9120

b) Rs. 5500

c) Rs. 7700

d) Rs. 6000

e) None of these

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**Answer: D**

**115.** A boy goes from home to school at a speed of 24 km/h and returns at a speed of ‘x’ km/h. If his average speed for the whole journey is 8 m/s then find the value of x.

a) 36

b) 48

c) 24

d) 18

e) None of these

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**Answer: A**

**Directions (Q. No. 116-120) :**Study the pie chart carefully and answer the following questions Pie chart given below shows percentage distribution of cricket players in five schools

**Total cricket Players in the given five schools = 7500**

**Note: Ratio between the total cricket players to total hockey players of the given schools is 10 : 7**

116. If the ratio between the cricket players to hockey players of school Q is 3 : 2 then the hockey players of school Q is how much more or less than total cricket players of same schools?

a) 525 more

b) 875 less

c) 675 less

d) 775 more

e) 725 less

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**Answer: B**

**117.** Total cricket players of school P is what percent more or less than the total hockey players of school R and S together?

a) 48%

b) 44%

c) 54%

d) Cannot be determined

e) 64%

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**Answer: D**

**118. **Find the ratio between the average hockey players of school Q and R to the average hockey players of S and T if percentage distribution of cricket and hockey players in each school is same.

a) 5 : 3

b) 4 : 3

c) 3 : 2

d) 2 : 1

e) 6 : 4

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**Answer: A**

**119. **Ratio of hockey players of school R to that of school S is 1 : 2 and the ratio of hockey players of school S to cricket players of school T is 2 : 3 then hockey players of school R is what percent of hockey players of school S?

a) 80%

b) 60%

c) 40%

d) 50%

e) 25%

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**Answer: D**

**120.** Cricket players of school K is 20% more than the cricket players of school T while Hockey players of School K is 4/3 rd of the cricket players of school R. Find total players of school K?

a) 4420

b) 4240

c) 3220

d) 2430

e) 3120

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**Answer: E**

**Directions (Q. No. 121-125) :**In the question, 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.

**121.** I. 9x + 13y = 88 II. 115y = 460

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**

122. I. 8x^{2} = 6x^{2} +17x -30 II. 6y^{2} = 216

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**

**123.** I. x^{2} -3x -88 =0 II. y^{2} +23y + 126 = 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: A**

**124.** I. 11x^{2} + 0 √11*x*-30=0

II. 11y^{2} – 9 √11*y*+ 20 = 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**

**125. **X^{3}-16X^{2}+41*X*+154/*X*+2= 0 II. y^{2} – 12y +35 = 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: 1**

**Directions (Q. No. 126-130) :**Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Five distributors namely A, B, C, D and E distributed two types of cylinders i.e. LPG and CNG. The line graph given below shows total number of cylinders distributed, number of LPG Cylinders distributed by the distributors.

**126. **40% of the LPG and 60% of the CNG cylinders distributed by Distributor A are of HP. Find the number of HP cylinders distributed by distributor A.

a) 372

b) 382

c) 392

d) 342

e) None of these

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**Answer: A**

**127. **Ratio of the number of CNG cylinders distributed by distributor B to distributor F is 15 : 13. Number of CNG cylinders distributed by distributor F is :

a) 572

b) 546

c) 520

d) 598

e) None of these

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**Answer: B**

**128.** What is the ratio of the number of LPG to CNG cylinders distributed by distributor D?

a) 6 : 7

b) 4 : 3

c) 6 : 5

d)5 : 4

e) None of these

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**Answer: C**

**129.** Number of LPG cylinders distributed by distributor C is how much percent more/less than the same distributed by distributor E?

a) 20%

b) 33.33%

c) 25%

d) 30%

e) None of these

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**Answer: C**

**130.** What is the average number of cylinders distributed by distributors A, C and E together?

a) 840

b) 820

c) 720

d) 800

e) None of these

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**Answer: A**

**Directions (Q. No. 131-135):**In the following number series, only on number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.

**131.** 32, 16, 24, 60, 220, 945

a) 16

b) 24

c) 60

d) 220

e) 945

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**Answer: D**

**132.** 24, 13, 14, 22, 45.5, 113.5

a) 13

b) 45.5

c) 113.5

d) 24

e) 22

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**Answer: B**

**133.** 2, 22, 62, 142, 312, 622

a) 622

b) 62

c) 142

d) 22

e) 312

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**Answer: E**

**134. **8, 16, 21, 42, 49, 94

a) 49

b) 8

c) 21

d) 94

e) 16

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**Answer: A**

**135.** 17, 27, 44, 71, 115, 186, 302

a) 302

b) 71

c) 27

d) 115

e) 186

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**Answer: A**

**Direction (Q. No. 136-140) :**Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Six years ago, the average age of a family having a couple (Mr. and Mrs. Ram) and their three children: 2 boys (Luv and Kush) and a girl (Jaya) was 26 years old. During these six years the elder son (Luv) of the family got married and his wife (Kirti) joined the family due to which the average age of the family at present is 4 years more than that it was six years ago. Brother in law of Kirti is 4 years younger to her. Father in law of Kirti is six years elder to Mother of Jaya. The present age of Luv is 50% more than the younger son of the father of Jaya. Difference between the sum of the ages of the elder couple and the younger couple in the family is 58 years. There are only two couples in the family.

**136**. What is the respective ratio of the number of male and female members of the family?

a) Can’t be determined

b) 4 : 2

c) 2 : 4

d) 3 : 2

e) 1 : 1

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**Answer: E**

**137. **Sister in law of Kirti is how many years older/younger to the brother of Kush?

a) 2 years

b) 6 years

c) 8 years

d) 4 years

e) Can’t be determined

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**Answer: B**

**138.** Find the average age of Mr. and Mrs. Ram

a) 54 years

b) 48 years

c) 102 years

d) 51 years

e) 52 years

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**Answer: D**

**139. **What is the difference between the sum of the present ages of all the male members in the family, and sum of the present ages of all the female members in the family?

a) 4 years

b) 6 years

c) 8 years

d) 10 years

e) None of these

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**Answer: C**

**140.** What is the ratio of the age of the father of Kush 4 years ago to the age of the sister in law of Jaya 5 years hence?

a) 2 : 1

b) 3 : 2

c) 7 : 3

d) 5 : 2

e) None of these

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**Answer: A**

**141.** The respective ratio between the present ages of Manmeet and Chetan is 5 : x. Manmeet is 9 years younger than Vaishali. Vaishali’s age after 9 years will be 33 years. The difference between Chetan’s and Manmeet’s present age is same as the present age of Vaishali. What will be the value of x?

a) 9

b) 16

c) 11

d) 13

e) 10

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**Answer: D**

**142.** The ratio of girls and boys in the class is 3 : 2. Total number of boys in the class is 16. Find the probability of girls who have passed the class test in the class. Total number of girls who have failed in the class test is 20.

a) 2/5

b) 3/5

c) 1/6

d) 2/3

e) None of these

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**Answer: C**

**143.** A town got certain problem like water and electricity facility and education system etc. Due to these problems, each year 15% of population is leaving the town and shifting to another place. After two years, 1734 people are left in village. What was the population of village 2 years ago?

a) 2400

b) 2300

c) 3200

d) 2900

e) 3500

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**Answer: A**

**144.** A bus travels from point P to point Q at 6 : 30 am and reaches point Q at 11 : 30 am. Another bus leaves point Q at 8 : 30 am and reaches point P at 11 am. At what time would the two buses meet?

a) 9 : 00 am

b) 9 : 30am

c) 9 : 45 am

d) 10 : 00 am

e) None of these

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**Answer: B**

**145. **The average weight of a group of 9 person in 50 kg. 1 person when added to the group their average weight decreased by 2 kg. Find the weight of the new persons added to the group.

a) 20 kg

b) 10 kg

c) 30 kg

d) 15 kg

e) 12kg

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**Answer: C**

**146.** The population of a town is 34020. The ratio of men to women is 33 : 30. If there are 35% literate among men and 8% literate among women, then the total number of persons who is not literate in the town are:

a) 26476

b) 7533

c) 26487

d) 7544

e) None of these

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**Answer: B**

**Directions (Q. No. 147-150) :**The given table shows the three different colour cars (red, black and white) sold in five different places (Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Delhi and Bangalore) in 2020

Cities The number of red colour cars sold Ratio of red and black colour cars sold Percentage of white colour cars sold Mumbai 480 4 : 1 25% Chennai 360 3 : 2 40% Pune 450 9 : 5 30% Delhi 490 7 : 3 22.22% Bangalore 540 3 : 2 25%

**147. **The total number of black colour cars sold in Chennai and Delhi together is how much percentage more/less than the total number of white colour cars in Mumbai and Delhi together?

a) 12.5% more

b) 25% more

c) 15% more

d) 18% more

e) None of these

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**Answer: A**

**148.** If the number of yellow colour cars sold is 83.33% of the number of white colour cars sold in Pune, then fin the ratio of the number of yellow and red colour cars sold in Pune?

a) 4 : 3

b) 5 : 9

c) 7 : 5

d) 2 : 3

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**Answer: B**

**149.** Find the difference between the total number of red, black and white colour cars sold in Bangalore together and the total number of black and white colour cars sold in Chennai together?

a) 580

b) 520

c) 540

d) 560

e) None of these

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**Answer: D**

**150.** If the ratio of the number of white colour cars sold to males and females in Chennai and Pune is 5 : 3 and 2 : 1 respectively, then find the number of white colour cars sold to females in Pune and Chennai together?

a) 200

b) 250

c) 275

d) 225

e) None of these

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**Answer: B**