Quantitative Aptitude Practice Questions (08 – 05 – 2018)

Mentor for Bank Exams

Quantitative Aptitude (Data Sufficiency) Section has always given heebie-jeebies to the aspirants whenever they appeared for a banking examination. As the level of every other section is has only got complex and convoluted, there is no doubt that this section, too, makes your blood run cold. The questions asked in this section are calculative and very time-consuming. But once dealt with proper strategy, speed and accuracy, this section can get you the maximum marks in the Quantitative Aptitude section.
Directions (1 – 5): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer:
a) The data in statements I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
b) The data in statements II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
c) The data in statements I alone or in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.
d) The data in both the statements I and II is not sufficient to answer the question.
e) The data in both the statements I and II together is necessary to answer the question.
1. 10 students of class X take 6 hours to do a project work, then how long will 5 teachers take to do the same project work?
Statement I : A teacher works at (3/5)th the rate of student.
Statement II : 5 students and 5 teachers take 10 hours to do the project work
2. What is the ratio of height of Mannu, Sanu and Dinu?
Statement I : Height of Mannu is the difference between twice the height of Dinu and Sanu.
Statement II : Height of Sanu is the difference between thrice the height of Mannu and Dinu.
3. Balveer invested a certain principal amount at the rate of 25% per annum (p.a.) in SBI. What is the principal amount?
Statement I: If the principal amount is invested at compound interest of 25% p.a., compounded annually then interest received for the second year is Rs.1200.
Statement II: If the principal amount is invested at simple interest of 25% p.a., the interest received for the second year is Rs.2500.
4. What is the time taken by a car to cross the bus stand of Munirka having length 10 m?
Statement I: The car crosses 20 m long bus stand in 30 sec.
Statement II: The car crossed a moving trolley in 5 sec.
5. A Jacket is sold at 10% profit by Big Bazaar. What is the selling price of the Jacket?
Statement I : The Jacket had been sold for Rs.165 more, the profit would have doubled.
Statement II : Profit made by selling the Jacket by Big Bazaar is Rs.100.
Directions (6 – 10): Study the pie chart and radar chart carefully and answer the questions given beside.
The distribution of assembly seats won in the last election for the political parties in a state is given below. These are the only five political parties present in the state. A party/alliance is said to have a majority in the house if it has more than 50% of the total seats.
6. Which party has the highest percentage increase in seats won for every 1% swing as compared to the last election?
a) RJD
b) CPM
c) SP
d) BSP
e) None of these
7. What percentage of vote swing does the RJD need to win a majority in the house?
a) 10%
b) 9%
c) 9.25%
d) 9.75%
e) None of these
8. Which of the following percentage swings in the votes of the CPM, BSP and SP (in the provided order) ensures a majority for their alliance?
a) +10%, +3%, +7%
b) +11%, +17%, +3%
c) +20%, –3%, +14%
d) +19%, –5%, +13%
e) None of these
9. If the percentage of vote swing in favour of the RJD is the same as that against the DLF, what will be the tally of seats for the DLF if RJD wins 97 seats?
a) 66
b) 59
c) 70
d) 58
e) None of these
10. Which of the following statements is definitely false?
P. There can be a swing of 20% in favour of RJD and 4% in favour of BSP
Q. There can be a swing of 8% in favour of DLF and 5% against BSP
R. There can be a swing of 4% in favour of DLF and 9% in favour of RJD.
a) All are true
b) Q & R only
c) P & R Only
d) Q only
e) None of these