Quantitative Aptitude for SBI PO/Clerk 2018: 04 June

Quantitative Aptitude for SBI PO/Clerk 2018: 04 June

1. A person bought two tables for Rs. 1300. He sold one table at a gain of 40% and the other at a loss of 12.5%. If he finds that each table was sold at the same price, what is the cost price of the table which was sold at 12.5% loss?
1) Rs. 500              2) Rs. 600              3) Rs. 700
4) Rs. 800              5) Rs. 900
2. 11 men and 8 women can earn Rs. 16120 in 13 days. 9 men and 15 women can earn Rs. 11160 in 8 days. In how many days can 16 men and 12 women earn Rs. 10920?
1) 6 days               2) 7 days               3) 8 days
4) 9 days               5) 10 days
3. A path all around the inside of a rectangular park 35m by 25m occupies 275 sq m. What is the width of the path?
1) 2 metre              2) 2.5 metre          3) 3 metre
4) 3.5 metre          5) 4 metre
4. Two trains start at the same time from two stations X and Y and proceed towards each other at the speed of 50 kmph and 20 kmph respectively. When they meet, it is found that one train has travelled 630 km more than the other. What is the distance between X and Y?
1) 1260 km           2) 1470 km           3) 1580 km
4) 1600 km           5) 1840 km
5. Two persons A and B can finish a job in 18 days, while with the help of a third person C they can finish the same job in 6 days. In how many days can C alone finish the job?
1) 9 days               2) 15 days             3) 20 days
4) 24 days             5) 36 days
Directions (Q. 6-10): Following line graph shows the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls passed from two different schools A and B over the period 2003 to 2009.

6. If in year 2003 the number of boys passed from School A is 128, what is the difference between the number of boys passed and the number of girls passed from School A in 2003?
1) 40                       2) 48                       3) 64
4) 80                       5) None of these
7. In year 2007 the number of girls passed from School B is approximately what percentage of the number of boys passed in that year?
1) 160%                 2) 80%                   3) 62.5%
4) 60%                   5) None of these
8. In which year the difference between the number of boys passed and the number of girls passed is highest for School B?
1) 2003                  2) 2005                  3) 2007
4) 2009                  5) None of these
9. If the number of girls passed from School A in year 2005 and the number of girls passed from School B in 2006 are equal, the number of boys passed from School B in year 2006 is what percentage of the number of boys passed from School A in 2005?
1) 50%                   2) 78.5%                3) 120%
4) 162.5%             5) None of these
10. If the number of girls passed from School B in year 2003 is 70, which is equal to the number of girls passed from School A in year 2006, the difference between the number of boys passed from B in 2003 and the number of boys passed from A in 2006, is what percentage of the total number of girls passed from A in 2006 and B in 2003?
1) 10%        2) 20%          3) 80%           4) 120%           5) 140%

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