# SBI PO Prelims Quant Practice Mock Test - 2

SBI PO Prelims Quant Practice Mock Test - 2
Directions (1 – 5): In each of the following number series, a wrong number is given. Find out the wrong number.
1. 13, 16, 38, 124, 504, 2535
A) 16 B) 38 C) 124 D) 504 E) 2535
2. 6, 10, 32, 111, 464, 2345
A) 10 B) 32 C) 111 D) 464 E) 2345
3. 8, 18, 64, 272, 1395, 8424
A) 18 B) 64 C) 272 D) 1395 E) 8424
4. 80, 105, 195, 478, 1350, 3975
A) 105 B) 195 C) 478 D) 1350 E) 3975
5. 8, 18, 78, 420, 2424, 15270
A) 18 B) 78 C) 420 D) 2424 E) 15270
Directions (6 -10): What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?)  in the following questions ? (Note: you are not expected to calculate the exact value.)
6. 799.99 ÷ 12.492 = ? 323.469
A) 380 B) 382 C) 388 D) 378 E) 372
7. (728.68 ÷ 2.7) + 224 = (18)?
A) 2 B) – 2 C) 4 D) 5 E) - 4
8. (4429 ÷ 44.3) × 18.75 289.59 = ?
A) 1485 B) 1585 C) 1425 D) 1685 E) 1365
9. (1 / 8) of 2768 + 2835.42 = ? -  297
A) 3528 B) 3478 C) 3472 D) 3078 E) 3178
10. 238.49 + 69 % of 791.213 = (?)2
A) 27 B) 28 C) 30 D) 31 E) 29
Directions (11 – 15): What  Value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
11. (3 / 5)  of  (2 / 7)  of  (35 / 18) of ? = 405
A) 1375 B) 1275 C) 1285 D) 1215 E) 1325
12. 24 % of 6550 175 % of ? = 697
A) 500 B) 475 C) 675 D) 825 E) 975
13. (1/7)  of  254  of  (1/8)  =  ? ÷ 21
A) 96(1 / 4) B) 95(1 / 7) C) 98(2 / 7) D) 96 (3 / 7) E) 95(1 / 4)
14. (2892 ÷12) × 13 = ? % of 2410
A) 241 B) 342 C) 230 D) 130 E) 150
15. [((81 × 64) / (4.5)] × 18 = (?)2 - 153
A) 21 B) 23 C) 17 D) 19 E) 22
16. The circumference of a semicircle of area 2772 sq cm is equal to the breadth of a rectangle. If the length of the rectangle is equal to the perimeter of a square of side 58 cm. What is the area of rectangle?
A) 51112 sq cm B) 50012 sq cm C) 50112 sq cm D) 51222 sq cm E) 50002 sq cm
17. A reduction of 25% in the price of wheat enables a purchaser to obtain 9 kg more for Rs.180. Find the original price per kg of wheat.
A) Rs.6.67 per kg B) Rs.5.27 per kg C) Rs.6 per kg D) Rs.5 per kg E) Rs.7.25 per kg
18. Three numbers are in the ratio 2 : 3 : 4. Their average is 1800. If first number is increased by 10% and second number is decreased by 20%, then to get the average increased by 8%. Third number will be increased by.
A) 20 % B) 22 % C) 26 % D) 28 % E) 24 %
19. A certain scheme of investment in simple interest declares that it triples the investment in 8 years. If you want to quadruple your money through that scheme, you have to invest it for how many years?
A) 10 years B) 11 years C) 16 years D) 14 years E) 12 years
20. Work done by P in one day is half of the work done by Q in one day. Work done by Q in one day is half of the work done by R in one day. If R alone completes the work in 6 days, in how many days can P, Q and R together complete the work?
A) 3 3/7 days B) 3 2/7 days C) 3 1/7 days D) 3 days E) 4 2/7 days
21. How many number between 400 and 900 can be made with the digits 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7?
A) 80 B) 65 C) 75 D) 85 E) 90
22. A card is drawn at random from a pack of 52 cards. What is the probability that the card drawn is neither a diamond nor a king?
A) 6/13 B) 9/13 C) 8/13 D) 9/17 E) 7/13
23. There are 6 males and 5 females. They sit in a row randomly. What is the chance that all females do not sit together?
A) 61/63 B) 63/67 C) 61/67 D) 65/66 E) 57/67
24. The ratio of Atul's and Bunty's ages is 5 : 6. If the difference between the present age of Bunty and the age of Atul 6 years hence is 8, then what is total of present ages of Atul and Bunty?
A) 149 years B) 152 years C) 154 years D) 147 years E) 156 years
25. A person buys 5 calculators and 8 books for Rs.800. He sells the calculators at a profit of 15% and books at a profit of 20% and whole gain is Rs.150. What price does he pay for a calculator and a book?
A) Rs.60, Rs.85 B) Rs.40, Rs.65 C) Rs.40, Rs.75 D) Rs.70, Rs.95 E) Rs.50, Rs.65
Directions (26 – 30): Study the following pie–chart carefully to answer these questions.
The following pie–chart represents the break–up of Sunita's monthly expenses 26. If Sunita spent Rs.4500 more on Food and Transport together than on rent, then find her monthly expense?
A) Rs.20000 B) Rs.15000 C) Rs.30000 D) Rs.40000 E) Rs.35000
27. After change in income, Sunita increased her savings which is currently 10% of her income by 20% and reduced her expenses by 20%, then her savings would be what per cent of her expenses?
A) 15% B) 25% C) 30% D) 10% E) None of these
28. Sunita spent 20% of her expenditure on 'Others' on entertainment. This amounted to Rs.2100. Find her expenditure on Education?
A) Rs.4500 B) Rs.6000 C) Rs.7000 D) Rs.6500 E) Rs.5000
29. Find the angle made by the expenditure on Rent and Others put together ?
A) 150o B) 160o C) 180o D) 200o E) None of these
30. As prices dropped, Sunita's expenditure on ‘Clothes’ dropped by 10%. As a result of this, her expenditure on ‘Others’ decreased from Rs.10500 to Rs.10290. What percentage of her expenditure on ‘Others’ was spent on ‘Clothes’?
A) 12% B) 30% C) 16% D) 20% E) None of these
Directions (31 – 35): In the following questions two equations number I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and given answer—
A) x > y B) x < y C) x ≥ y D) x ≤ y E) x = y or relation cannot be established
31. I. 2x2 – 15√3x + 84 = 0 II. 3y2 – 10√3y + 9 = 0
32. I. x2 + √5x – 10 = 0 II. 2y2 + 9√5y + 50 = 0
33. I. 2x2 – (8+√3)x + 4√3 = 0 II. 3y2 – (6+2√3)y + 4√3 = 0
34. I. x2 – (2+√5)x + 2√5 = 0 II. 2y2 – (6+3√5)y + 9√5 = 0
35. I. 3x2 + 5√2x – 24 = 0 II. y2 – 6√2y + 16 = 0