# Quantitative Aptitude for RBI Grade B & ECGC PO Quiz 4

Quantitative Aptitude for RBI Grade B & ECGC PO Quiz 4

Quant Quiz to boost your Quantitative Aptitude for SBI PO and SBI Clerk exams, IBPS PO Reasoning, IBPS Clerk Reasoning, IBPS RRB Reasoning, LIC AAO,LIC Assistant, and other competitive exams.

Direction(1-5): Given pie chart provides the details of total number of patients visited to different doctors for their problem and the table provides the details of fees of different doctors. Read the instruction carefully and answer the question accordingly. Note:-
A and B are Junior Doctor
C and D are Senior Doctor
E is Dean Q1. What is the difference between the total fees received by Doctor C and the total fees received by Doctor D?

1. Rs 40800

2. Rs 43200

3. Rs 38400

4. Rs 36800

5. Rs 34200

Q2. Find the respective ratio of total fees received by Doctor A from all its patient to the total fees received by Doctor E from all its patients

1. 27 : 31

2. 30 : 23

3. 23 : 30

4. 31: 27

5. 29 : 31

Q3.Total fees received by junior doctor B is what percentage more/less than the total fees received by Doctor E?

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Q4. If the Doctor E’s fees is increased by 15% from the current fees, then find the total fees received by Doctor E when the fees is increased? (in Rs)

1. 1,72,500

2. 1,78,500

3. 2,12,000

4. 1,92,500

5. 2,04,000

Q5. Find the average of total fees received by both Junior Doctors and Senior Doctors together?

1. Rs 1,28,500

2. Rs 1,25,800

3. Rs 1,30,250

4. Rs 1,22,350

5. Rs 1,35,600

Q6. Three persons A, B and C started a business by investing in the ratio of 2/3:1/2:3/4. After 5 months, B increases his investment by 2/3 rd of his initial amount. If after 12 months, the difference of the profit shares of A and C is Rs. 1,350 then find the profit share of B.

1. Rs. 11,500

2. Rs. 11,200

3. Rs. 12,250

4. Rs. 11,250

5. Rs. 10,250

Q7. Given questions are based on a missing series pattern and following that pattern find the relation between P,Q and R.

1. P>Q<R2. P<Q<R3. P=Q>R4. P<Q=R5. P<Q>R

Q8. Given questions are based on a missing series pattern and following that pattern find the relation between P,Q and R.

1. P>Q>R

2. P<Q=R

3. P<Q>R

4. P=Q>R

5. P<Q<R

Q9. Given questions are based on a missing series pattern and following that pattern find the relation between P,Q and R.

1. P>Q<R

2. P<Q>R

3. P<Q<R

4. P=Q<R

5. P>Q>R

Q10. Given questions are based on a missing series pattern and following that pattern find the relation between P,Q and R.

1. P>Q<R

2. P<Q>R

3. P<Q<R

4. P=Q<R

5. P>Q>R

Q1. Ans(2)

Q2. Ans(3)

Q3. Ans(1)

Q4. Ans(1)

Q5. Ans(3)

Q6. Ans(4)

Q7. Ans(1)

Q8. Ans(3)

Q9. Ans(4)

Q10. Ans(3)