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Here is the Quantitative Aptitude Quiz to help you practice with the best
of latest pattern questions for the upcoming Bank and Insurance Exams 2019.
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following table carefully to answer the given questions.
The table below provides the
information about the number of malls in different sectors in Mumbai during the
period 2008 to 2011.
The ratio of the number of malls in
Sector C and D in 2011 was 2:3 and the ratio of the number of malls in Sector B
in 2008 and 2009 was 4:5.
2008

2009

2010

2011


Sector A

50

80



110

Sector B



25



80

Sector C

40



100



Sector D



100

140



1. If the total number of malls in 2011 in the 4 sectors combined was 250
more than the number of malls in sector D in 2010, then what was the number of
malls in sector D in 2011?
a) 220
b) 120
c) 160
d) 100
e) None of these
2. If the number of malls in 2009 in Sector C was 150% of the number of
malls in Sector C in 2008, then what was the ratio of the number of malls in
Sector A and B combined to the number of malls in Sector C and D combined in
2009?
a) 17:13
b) 11:43
c) 21:32
d) 45:52
e) None of these
3. What was the total number of malls in Sector B in 2008?
a) 20
b) 50
c) 25
d) 40
e) None of these
4. The total number of malls in Sector C during the 4 years combined was
330. What was the ratio of the total number of malls in Sector C in 2008 and
2010 combined to the total number of malls in Sector C in 2009 and 2011 combined?
a) 25:31
b) 14:19
c) 8:15
d) 5:17
e) None of these
5. If the number of malls in Sector A in 2010 is equal to the average of
the number of malls in Sector B in 2011 and in Sector C in 2010, then the total
number of malls in Sector D in 2009 and 2010 combined was approximately what
percentage of the total number of malls in Sector A during the 4 years
combined?
a) 56.24%
b) 67.73%
c) 61.19%
d) 48.06%
e) 72.73%
6. A cuboid of length, breadth and height 252 cm, 77 cm and 4 cm,
respectively, is melted to form spheres of volume 38808 cm^{3} each.
What is the sum of the total surface areas of all the spheres so formed?
a) 11088 cm^{2}
b) 18904 cm^{2}
c) 6862 cm^{2}
d) 18030 cm^{2}
e) None of these
7. Ravi, Sumit and Tarun started a business by investing Rs. 40000, Rs.
60000 and Rs. ‘x’ respectively. At the end of 4^{th} month, Ravi
contributed an additional capital equal to half of Tarun’s initial capital.
Tarun left the business at the end of the 4^{th} month while Ravi and
Sumit invested for the whole year. If Sumit’s share of 1^{st} year’s
profit of Rs. 9200 was Rs. 3600, then find the value of x.
a) Rs. 32000
b) Rs. 80000
c) Rs. 60000
d) Rs. 48000
e) None of the above
8. Pipes X, Y and Z can empty a pond individually in x hours, (x + 5) hours
and (x  5) hours, respectively. If while working together, Y and Z can empty
the pond in 12 hours, then in how many hours can pipe X empty 2 such ponds
while working alone?
a) 50 hours
b) 60 hours
c) 25 hours
d) 30 hours
e) None of these
9. Average of the present ages of Manish and Naman is 28 years and the
ratio of the present ages of Naman and Pratik is 2:1, respectively. If 2 years
from now Pratik’s age would be 20 years, then what is the ratio of the present
ages of Manish and Pratik?
a) 13:7
b) 11:4
c) 10:9
d) 6:5
e) None of these
10. An urn contains 12 balls out of which ‘x + 4’, ‘x’ and ‘x + 2’ balls
were black, blue and brown, respectively. Three balls are randomly drawn from
the urn. What is the probability that all of them are black?
a) 3/10
b) 4/15
c) 4/11
d) 1/11
e) None of these
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