IBPS Clerk Mains 2017 – Quantitative Aptitude DAY 12

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IBPS CLERK Mains 2017 -Quantitative Aptitude DAY 12

Quantitative Aptitude

Time: 20 Minutes

Topic: Average & percentage


Average & percentage

Q.1) Vishva aims to sell toys an average of 60% of toys in 1st week and second week. But his average in 1st week is 1 toy less than his target and that in 2nd week is 3 toys more than his target. The difference between the total toys sold in both weeks is 20. Total toys aimed to sell by Vishva.

a) 300 TOYS

b) 250 TOYS

c) 310 TOYS

d) 290 TOYS

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.2) The average weight of boys in a class of students is 62 kg. While that of girls is 55 kg. The average weight of the entire class is 58 kg. What is the ratio of the number of boys to number of girls in the class?

a) 5 : 2

b) 3 : 4

c) 5 : 7

d) 6 : 5

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.3) There are 56 students attend the JAB class. The JAB sir conducts an economic test out of 100 and then arranged the score in ascending order. He found taht Gopi, who was topper of the JAB class, had slipped to the 23rd position. When he was adding the scores of the last 34 students the average was 74 and that of the top 23 students was 78.If the average score obtained by all the students of his class was 76, how many marks did Gopi score?

a) 73

b) 88

c) 67

d) 54

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.4) The average of 11 numbers is 45. If each of the numbers is added by 11, then find the average of new set of numbers.

a) 43

b) 53

c) 56

d) 59

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.5) The average of runs scored by a player in 9 innings is 40. How many runs should he score in the 10th innings so that his average is increased by 3 runs?

a) 71

b) 70

c) 65

d) 43

e) 58

Q.6) The average salary of 3 friends X, Y and Z is Rs.12000 a month. If X spends Triple and Z spends double of what Y spend his salary during per month. If average of their saving salary is Rs.8000, then what is the average amount X and Y spend in a month?

a) RS.4100

b) RS.3500

c) RS.4000

d) RS.5000

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.7) Ramya purchased 14 balls, 10 dresses and 15 bags. The average price of 14 balls, 10 dresses and 15 bags at Rs.150.If the average price of a bags was Rs.250. The average price of a dresses is Rs.75. What is the approximate average price of balls?

a) RS.80

b) RS. 72.5

c) RS. 89.9

d) RS.96.4

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.8) Reaka bought 10 kg Orange 6 Dozen bananas, 11 kg Apple and 7 kg Mango. The cost of Orange per kg is Rs.40, 1 dozen banana Rs.25. 1 kg Apple Rs.95. 1 kg mango is Rs.15 more than the combined price of 1kg orange and 1 dozen bananas. Find the approximate average amount spend by  Reaka.

a) RS.45.5

b) RS.41.3

c) RS.63.4

d) RS.76.2

e)RS.66.5

Q.9) 16 friends went to a restaurant and decided to pay the bill amount equally, but 14 of them could pay Rs.150 each, as a result last two friends pays Rs. 16 extra of the total average amount. Find the amount of average of 16 friends (Approximately)

a) RS. 141

b) RS.142

c) RS.138

d) RS.140

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.10) Anjali enters a bakery shop. She buys chocolates, Pastries, Puffs. Totally she buys 26 items. The average cost of 26 items is Rs.190. She has to buy at least 7 units of each, she buys more chocolate than puffs, and more pastries than chocolate. The average price of 1 puff and 1 chocolate is Rs.15 and Rs.15 respectively. If difference between item of chocolate and pastries is one, then find the amount of one pastry?

a) 430

b) 410

c) 470

d) 310

e) NONE

Q.11) How much percent of an article’s marked price be reduced so as it can be sold at a rate of 7.5% profit if the marked price be Rs.20 more than the cost price?

a) 10.41%

b) 9.08%

c) 8.11%

d) CANNOT BE DETERMINED

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.12) If person A’s salary is 20% more than another person B’s salary, then how much percentage less is B getting the salary?

a) 33.33%

b) 16.67%

c) 24%

d) 12.12%

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.13) How much percent can Joe increases the consumption of petrol if the price per litre has been dropped to Rs.64.35 to Rs.61.55?

a) 4.54%

b) 4.35%

c) 4.24%

d) 4.17%

e) 4.62%

Q.14) If the number of cars manufactured by a company on the first day of July is 24000. If the number of cars is increased to 81000 in the end of September, then pick the correct option

THE RATE OF PRODUCTION OF THE CARS IS INCREASED BY 50% EVERY MONTH

THE RATE OF PRODUCTION OF THE CARS IS INCREASED BY 25% EVERY MONTH

THE RATE OF PRODUCTION OF THE CARS IS INCREASED BY 75% EVERY MONTH

CANNOT BE DETERMINED

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.15) Sandy earns Rs.4, 80, 000 per annum. In a month, she spends 15% of her monthly salary for rent, 20% on groceries and 30% on savings. She gives the remaining money to her son and daughter in the ratio of 3:4 for their term fees. What is the percentage of money given to her daughter’s fees per annum?

a) 24%

b) 32%

c) 20%

d) 16%

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.16) Luther sold a lamp at 5% loss and another lamp Rs.541.5. He accrues an overall loss of 5%. What is the cost price of two lamps where the selling price of two lamps is equal?

a) 1440

b) 1340

c) 1240

d)1140

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.17) A man buys 12 bats for Rs.4500 and sells 8 bats for Rs.3200. Find the percentage of profit for a couple of bats?

a) 40/3%

b) 20/7%

c) 33/13%

d) 40/9%

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.18) Which of the following is a better offer?

Three successive discounts of 12%, 15% and 5%

Three successive discounts of 10%, 10% and 12%

FIRST ONE IS BETTER OFFER

SECOND ONE IS BETTER OFFER

BOTH ARE EQUAL

CANNOT BE DETERMINED

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.19) If a seller makes a successive discounts of 6%, 10% and 14% on a product of marked price Rs.2000. What is the cost price if he incurs a profit of 1%?

a) 1425

b) 1430

c) 1440

d) 1415

e) NONE OF THESE

Q.20) If a discount of 10% is given on the marked price of a radio, the seller gets 20% profit. If the discount rate is increased to 15%, then the gain percent is?

a) 16 2/3%

b) 13 1/3%

c) 15 1/6%

d) CANNOT BE DETERMINED

e) NONE OF THESE


Answer Key

Q.1) a

 

Let the number of toys be 100

 

Difference = 63-59=4

 

4=100 toys

 

20=500 toys

 

Required toys==500×60/100=300

Q.2) b

 

Let as boys and girls be x and y,

 

((x×62)+(y×55))/(x+y)=58

 

62x+55y=58x+58y

 

4x=3y

 

x/y=3/4

 

Ratio = 3 : 4

Q.3) d

 

Score of Gopi=34×74+23×78-56×76=54

Q.4)

c

 

Sum of  11 numbers is=11×45=495

 

each of the numbers is added by 11=11×11=121

 

Average of new set number=(495+121)/11=56

Q.5) b

 

Let the number of runs scored in 10th inning be x,

 

9×40+x=10×43

 

360+x=430

 

x=70 runs

Q.6) c

 

Sum of salary  of X, Y and Z=3×12000=Rs.36000

 

Then money spend,

 

36000-(3×8000)=Rs.12000

 

3y+y+2y=12000

 

y=12000/6=2000

 

x=3y

 

x=3×2000=Rs.6000

 

Averange amount X and Y spend=(6000+2000)/2=Rs.4000

Q.7) d

 

Sum of price 39 product=39×150=Rs.5850

 

Sum of price of bags=15×250=Rs.3750

 

Sum of price of dresses=10×75=Rs.750

 

Sum of price of balls=5850-4500=Rs.1350

 

Average price of balls=1350/14=Rs.96.4

Q.8) c

 

Sum of total amount of Orange=10×40=400

 

Sum of total amount of banana=6×25=150

 

Sum of total amount of Apple=11×95=1045

 

Sum of taotal amount of mango=7×80=560

 

Total amount Reaka spent=Rs.2155

 

Average=2155/34=Rs.63.4

Q.9) e

 

Amount of average be x

 

Total amount paid by 14 friends=Rs. 2100

 

(2100+2(x+16))/16=x

 

Simplify the above equation,

 

x=152

Q.10) c

 

The only possibility according to the above condition is puffs=7, chocolates=9 and pastries =10

 

Sum of total cost=26×190=Rs.4940

 

(7×15+9×15+10×x)=4940

 

x=470

Q.11) (d)

 

Since the marked price of the article is not given, we cannot determine the required percentage.

Q.12) (b)

 

As the first person earns 20% more than the second person,

 

Required percentage = 20/(100+20)×100=16.67%

 

 

Q.13) (a)

 

The difference between the price= Rs.2.8 which is 4.35% of Rs.64.35.

 

Required percentage = 4.35/(100-4.35)×100=4.54%

Q.14) (a)

 

At the end of July, the count of cars=24000+50% of 24000=36000

 

At the end of august, the count of cars=36000+50% of 36000=54000

 

At the end of September, the count of cars=54000+50% of 54000=81000

Q.15) (c)

 

Monthly income= Rs.40000

 

Apart from all the expenses, she has given 35% of the money to their children. So, 35% of 40000=14000

 

The money given to her daughter is 8000 which is 20% of her monthly salary.

 

 

Q.16) (d)

 

Let the cost price of a lamp be x.

 

Given that,

 

95x/100+541.5=(2×95x)/100

 

X=Rs.570

Q.17) (e)

 

Cost price of a bat = 4500/12=375

 

Selling price of a bat = 3200/8=400

 

Profit percentage = (400-375)/375×100=20/3%

Q.18) (a)

 

Let us take the cost price of article be X.

 

For the first case,

 

88/100×85/100×95/100×x=0.7106x

 

For the second case,

 

90/100×90/100×88/100=0.7128x

 

Obviously, first offer is better.

Q.19) (c)

 

Let the cost price be x.

 

After successive discounts, the selling price be

 

94/100×90/100×86/100×2000=1455

 

He makes a profit of 1%,

 

So, 1455/101×100=1440

Q.20) (b)

 

Let the marked price be x.

 

If 10% discount is given, then the selling price would be  90/100×x=9x/10

 

Now, selling price = 9x/10

 

Gain =20%

 

CP = 100/120×9x/10=3x/4

 

Again, SP=85% of Rs. x = 17x/20

 

Gain = 17x/20-3x/4=x/10

 

Gain% =x/10×4/3x×100=40/3%=131/3%


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