# Quantitative Aptitude for SBI PO 2018: 25 April

Directions (Q. 1-5): Following bar graph shows the ratio of produced to sold items. Answer the given questions based on this graph.

1. If, in the year 2009, the total number of items sold is 870, what is the total number of items produced in that year?
1) 3480             2) 1740             3) 2610             4) 4350             5) None of these

2. If the difference between the total number of items produced and the total number of items sold in the year 2010 is 440, what is the number of items produced in that year?
1) 4400             2) 4440             3) 4840             4) 2240             5) None of these

3. If the number of items sold in the year 2006 is 2350 and in the year 2005 is 1980, what is the total number of items produced in the year 2005 and 2006 together?
1) 5750             2) 5800             3) 5850             4) 5900             5) None of these

4. In which of the following years the difference between the total items produced and the total items sold is maximum?
1) 2005             2) 2006             3) 2008             4) 2009             5) None of these

5. If the total number of items produced in the year 2010 and 2008 are 3630 and 3150 respectively, total number of items sold in the year 2008 is what percentage of the total items sold in 2010?
1) 42.4%           2) 63.63%         3) 112%            4) 157.14%       5) None of these

6. If the average weight of three persons A, B and C is 30 kg and the average weight of other three persons C, D and E is 27 kg, what is the sum of the weight of all five persons A, B, C, D and E?
1) 128.5 kg        2) 157 kg          3) 171 kg          4) Data inadequate   5) None of these

7. The sum of the ages of X and Y is 70 years. Twenty years ago, the age of X was five times the age of Y. What will be 140% of the difference between the ages of X and Y?
1) 49 years        2) 98 years        3) 24.5 years     4) 28 years        5) None of these

8. A shopkeeper bought 75 kg rice at the rate of `16 per kg. He sold 35 kg of it at 20% profit and the remaining 40 kg at 15% profit. What is his total profit percentage in this transaction?
1) 35%             2) 27.5 %          3) 30%             4) 37.5%           5) None of these

9. The sum of three numbers is 140. If the ratio of the first number to the second is 1 : 3 and that of the second to the third is 9 : 16, what is the sum of the second and the third number?
1) 85                 2) 105               3) 115               4) 125               5) 135

10. A shopkeeper bought an item and sold it at a loss of 10%. Had he bought it for 20% less and sold it for `176 more he would have had a profit of 40%. What is the cost price of the item?
1) `1200            2) `960              3) `840              4) `800              5) `760

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