Quantitative Aptitude for RBI Grade B & ECGC PO Quiz 5

Quantitative Aptitude for RBI Grade B & ECGC PO Quiz 5

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): Read the data carefully and answer the questions.

Number of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam in 2008 is 300. And number of songs recorded by Sandeep and Arijit Singh in 2010 are in ratio 5 : 4. Total number of songs recorded in 2009 is 250% more than songs recorded by Arijit Singh in 2009. Total songs recorded by Sandeep in all three years is 650. Average of songs recorded in 2010 is 4/3th of songs recorded by Arijit Singh in 2008. Songs recorded by Arijit Singh in 2009 is 2/5th of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam in 2008. Total songs recorded in 2008 is 6 times of songs recorded by Arijit Singh in 2009 and songs recorded by Sandeep in 2008 is 25% less than songs recorded by Arijit Singh in same year. Ratio of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam and Sandeep in 2009 is 2 : 3.

Q1. Number of songs recorded by Arijit Singh in all years is what percent more/less than total songs recorded in 2008 ?

1. 12.5%

2. 17 7/9%

3. 21 2/3%

4. 27 2/5%

5. None of these

Q2. What is the difference of average of total number of songs recorded by Sandeep in 2008 and 2009 and average number of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam and Arijit Singh in 2010?

1. 155

2. 165

3. None of these

4. 150

5. 145

Q3. What is the ratio of total number of songs recorded in 2010 to total number songs recorded in 2011, if total number of songs recorded in 2011 is 50% more than total number of songs recorded in 2009 ?

1. 32 : 17

2. None of these

3. 21 : 19

4. 33 : 19

5. 32 : 21

Q4. Average number of songs recorded by Sonu Nigam is approximately what percent more/less than average number of songs recorded in 2009?

1. 104%

2. None of these

3. 124%

4. 114%

5. 110%

Q5. Average number of songs recorded by all in all three years and is how much more than average number of songs recorded by Sandeep and Arijit Singh in 2009?

1. None of these

2. 525

3. 650

4. 550

5. 450

Direction (6 -10): Given below are two pie-charts which shows the percentage distribution of employees in Adda247 who travel to their office in Gurgoan by two different means i.e. by metro and by cab on different days of week. First pie chart shows data for Metro and second pie chart shows data for Cab


Note:
1. Ratio of total employees travelling to Gurgaon by metro to by cab is 5 : 4.
2. If difference of persons travelling by metro and by cab on Saturday is 420.

Q1. If number of employees travelling on Sunday by cab decreases by ‘Y’ with respect to employees travelling on Friday by cab and number of employees travelling on Sunday by metro is twice than that of travelling on Friday by metro . Then find value of ‘Y’?( Given that total employees on Sunday is 75% of total employees on wed.)

1. 1280

2. None of these

3. 1385

4. 1415

5. 1255

Q7. What is the difference of number of employees travelling by metro on Wednesday and Thursday together and number of employees travelling by cab on same days together?

1. 50

2. 20

3. None of these

4. 40

5. 60

Q8. If total fare per person travelling by metro & cab are Rs.120, then ratio of total amount spent on Thursday by all employees travelling by cab to total amount spent by all employees on same day travelling by metro? (given that ratio of fare per person travelling by metro to by cab is 5 : 7)

1. 21 : 23

2. 56 : 73

3. None of these

4. 56 : 75

5. 53 : 73

Q9. If total fare on Monday by all employees travelling by metro is Rs. 48000. Then find the total fare on same day by all employees travelling by cab? (if per person fare for each employee is same)

1. Rs. 48000

2. Rs. 42000

3. Rs. 56000

4. None of these

5. Rs. 26000

Q10. Total number of employees travelling by metro on Friday and Saturday together is approximately what percent more or less than number of employees travelling by cab on same days together?

1. 48%

2. 28%

3. 42%

4. 38%

5. 32%

Solutions

Sol. (1 -5):

Q1. Ans(2)

Q2. Ans(1)

Q3. Ans(5)

Q4. Ans(1)

Q5. Ans(4)

Q6. Ans(3)

Q7. Ans(2)

Q8. Ans(4)

Q9. Ans(1)

Q10. Ans(5)

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