Questions asked in IBPS RRBs Officer Scale-I Main Exam 30 September 2018

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Arithmetic Challenge for IBPS PO/Clerk 2018: 01 October

1. If the per cent profit earned by all the given business men together in 2013 was 45, what was the total income of the all given business man together in that particular years ? (in Rs. thousand)
1) 1780

2) 1740

3) 1820

4) 1680

5) 1640
2.What is the ratio of the total expenditure of all the given businessman together in 2012 to the total expenditure of all the given businessmen together in 2014 ?
1) 16 : 13

2) 8 : 7

3) 14 : 11

4) 12 : 11

5) 10 : 7
3. If C’s income in 2015 was Rs. 369000 what was the per cent profit in that particular year ?
1) 26

2) 19

3) 33

4) 23

5) 28
4. Expenditure of businessman A increased by what per cent from 2011 to 2015 ?
1) 108 6/13

2) 118 2/13

3) 115 5 /13

4) 112 8/13

5) 120 1/13
5. If expenditure of businessman A, B and C increased by 5%, 6% and 12% respectively from 2015 to 2016 then what was the total expenditure of A, B and C together in 2016 ? (in Rs. thousand)
1) 1381

2) 1401

3) 1453

4) 1393

5) 1417
Directions (6-10) : In these questions two quantity numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and mark the appropriate option. Give answer—
1) Quantity II < Quantity I

2) Quantity II > Quantity I

3) Quantity II ≤ Quantity I

4) Quantity II ≥ Quantity I

5) Quantity II = Quantity I or no relation
6. A bag contains 6 red shirts, 6 green shirts and 8 blue shirts.
Quantity I. Two shirts are drawn randomly. What is the probability that at most one shirt is red.

Quantity II. One shirt is drawn randomly. What is the probability that it is not green.
7. Quantity I. A boat can travel 7.8 km upstream in 18 minutes and 15.2 km downstream in 24 minutes. What is the speed of the boat in still water. (in km/hr)

Quantity II. Speed of a Tanga who goes 81 km in 2.5 hours.
8. The weights of A, B and C are in the ratio of 8 : 7 : 5. A’s weight is 60% more than C’s.
Quantity I. Find the weight of B. If total weight of A, B and C is 100 kg.

Quantity II. Find the weight of C. If difference between A’s and B’s weights is 7 kg.
9. Quantity I. What was the total compound interest on a sum after 3 years. If interest after one year was Rs. 100 and the sum was Rs. 1000?

Quantity II. The difference between simple and compound interest on a sum of Rs. 1000 at the end of two years was Rs. 10. Find the total CI on a sum after 3 years.
10. Quantity I. x² = 289.

Quantity II. y³ + 50 = 4963

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## Arithmetic Challenge for IBPS PO/Clerk 2018: 01 October

1. If the per cent profit earned by all the given business men together in 2013 was 45, what was the total income of the all given business man together in that particular years ? (in Rs. thousand)

2) 1740

3) 1820

4) 1680

5) 1640

2) 8 : 7

3) 14 : 11

4) 12 : 11

5) 10 : 7

2) 19

3) 33

4) 23

5) 28

2) 118 2/13

3) 115 5 /13

4) 112 8/13

5) 120 1/13

2) 1401

3) 1453

4) 1393

5) 1417

2) Quantity II > Quantity I

3) Quantity II ≤ Quantity I

4) Quantity II ≥ Quantity I

5) Quantity II = Quantity I or no relation

Quantity II. One shirt is drawn randomly. What is the probability that it is not green.

Quantity II. Speed of a Tanga who goes 81 km in 2.5 hours.

Quantity II. Find the weight of C. If difference between A’s and B’s weights is 7 kg.

Quantity II. The difference between simple and compound interest on a sum of Rs. 1000 at the end of two years was Rs. 10. Find the total CI on a sum after 3 years.

10. Quantity I. x² = 289.

Quantity II. y³ + 50 = 4963

Quantity II. y³ + 50 = 4963

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