Quantitative Aptitude MCQ for IBPS Clerk/SO

Quantitative Aptitude MCQ for IBPS Clerk/SO

1. Divide Rs. 17943 between Peter and Wilson in such a way that the share of Peter at the end of 32 years equals that of Wilson at the end of 34 years at compound rate of interest 18% per annum. Find the share of Peter.
1) Rs. 1043
2) Rs. 7500
3) Rs. 14743
4) Rs. 12443
5) Rs. 12943
2. The marked price of an article is Rs. 1000. A shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% and gains 20%. What is his gain per cent if no discount is allowed?
1) 25%
2)  25 1/2 %
3) 30%
4) 33 1/3%
5) None of these
3. A man bought a tonga and a horse for Rs. 15000. He sold the tonga and the horse at 10% and 25% profit respectively, thereby making 15% profit on the whole. Find the cost price of the horse.
1) Rs. 7000
2) Rs. 7500
3) Rs. 5000
4) Rs. 9000
5) None of these
4. Seven years ago, the average age of a family of four members was 30 years. Two babies having been born, the average age of the family remains the same today. If the ages of babies differ by 2 years, what is the present age of the younger baby?
1) 7 years
2) 9 years
3) 15 years
4) 12 years
5) None of these
5. In an examination, the percentage of students qualified with respect to the number of students appeared from School A is 80%. The number of students appeared from School B is 20% more than the number of students appeared from School A, and the number of students qualified from School B is 40% more than the number of students qualified from School A. What percentage of students qualified among those who appeared from School B?
1) 91 2/3 %
2) 90 4/5 %
3) 92 1/3 %
4) 93 1/3 %
5) None of these
6. Some amount out of Rs. 10000 was lent out at 8% per annum and the remaining at 3% per annum. If the total simple interest earned on both the amounts in 5 years was Rs. 2000, find the sum lent out at 8% per annum.
1) Rs. 5000
2) Rs. 3015
3) Rs. 2235
4) Rs. 2000
5) None of these
7. The bacteria in a culture grow by 5% in the first hour, decrease by 10% in the second hour and again increase by 20% in the third hour. If the original count of bacteria in a sample is 5000, find the count of bacteria at the end of 3 hours.
1) 5230
2) 5435
3) 5770
4) 5670
5) None of these
8. The difference between compound interest and simple interest on a certain sum of money at 10% per annum for 2 years is Rs. 700. Find the sum when the interest is compounded annually.
1) Rs. 40000
2) Rs. 45000
3) Rs. 75000
4) Rs. 70000
5) None of these
9. Milk and water are mixed in a vessel A in the proportion of 5 : 2, and in vessel B in the proportion of 8 : 5. In what proportion should the quantities be taken out of these two vessels to form a new mixture by mixing the remaining quantities in the vessels, so that the proportion of milk to water becomes 9 : 4?
1) 3 : 2
2) 7 : 2
3) 7 : 5
4) 2 : 7
5) None of these
10. A, B and C can do a piece of work in 12, 15 and 20 days respectively. All three began to work together but A and B left 3 and 4 days respectively before completion of the work. In how many days can the remaining work be completed by C?
1) 4 3/12 days
2)7 3/12 days
3) 7 7/12 days
4) 6 3/12 days
5) None of these

1. 1
2. 4
3. 3
4. 3
5. 4
6. 4
7. 4
8. 4
9. 2
10. 3
Share To: 