# IBPS CLERK MAINS 2017 – QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE DAY 17

# IBPS CLERK MAINS 2017 – QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE DAY 17

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**IBPS CLERK Mains 2017 -Quantitative Aptitude DAY 17**

**Quantitative Aptitude**

Time: 20 Minutes

Topic: **Data Interpretation-I**

**Data Interpretation-I**

(1-5) The table shows the number of hours each inlet pipe alone takes to fill the tank and thenumber of hours each outlet pipe alone takes to empty the tank.

The capacity of the tank is 3600 litres

Inlet pipe | Time taken by fill the tank (in hr) | Outlet pipe | Time taken toempty the tank |

P | 12 | U | 20 |

Q | 8 | V | — |

R | 10 | W | 22 |

S | 6 | X | — |

T | 4 | Z | 15 |

Q.1) When the tank was completely full, Outlet pipes U and V were opened together for 15 hours, then closed both the outlet pipes and inlet pipe P was opened, which filled the tank in 11 hours 30 min. What is the time taken by the outlet pipe V alone toempty the full tank?

a) 65 hours

b) 80 hours

c)72 hours

d) 55 hours

e) None of these

Q.2) Pipe R was opened for 2 hours and closed, if the remaining tank was filled by pipe Q and S together, what was the total time taken to fill the tank completely?

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

Q.3) Inlet pipes P and Q opened together and after2 hours, the remaining tank was filled by pipe R,then what was the time taken by pipe R to fill the remaining tank?

a)

b)

c)

d)

e) None of these

Q.4)Pipe P, R and Z are opened at 7am, 8am and 9 am respectively, approximately at what time the tank will be filled?

a) 3:09 pm

b) 4:10 pm

c) 2:09 pm

d) 3.15 pm

e) 2.30 pm

Q.5)If the tank was completely full, outlet pipe W and X was opened together for 12 hours and closed. Inlet pipe S and T was opened, which fill the tank in 1 hour 30 min. What is the time taken by pipe X alone to fill the empty tank?

a) 82 hours

b)90 hours

c) 96 hours

d) 72 hours

e) 80 hours

D.6-10) Read the following table carefully, and find out the correct answer from the following questions.

The following table shows that the three different two wheeler companies and their two different manufacturing product details (Bike and Scooty).

Manufacturing product | Cost price | Profit percentage | Profit value | Selling price | Discount
Percentage |
Marked price | Marked price above cost price |

Honda Bike | 78000 | 12.1% | – | – | 5% | – | – |

Honda Scooty | – | – | – | 53703 | 10% | 17% | |

Yamaha Bike | 82000 | – | – | 84132 | – | – | 14% |

Yamaha Scooty | 51000 | – | 3978 | – | – | – | 10% |

Hero Bike | – | 6.4% | – | – | 5% | 64960 | – |

Hero Scooty | 48000 | – | – | – | 5% | – | 14% |

Q.6) The marked price of a Hero bike is what percentage above thecost price of a Hero bike?

a) 10%

b) 11%

c) 12%

d) 13%

e) 14%

Q.7) What is the average discount allowed by theYamaha company by selling one bike and one scooty?

a) Rs.5276

b) Rs.5235

c) Rs.5314

d) Rs.5642

e) Rs.5047

Q.8) What is the average selling price of 3 Hero bikes and 2 Yamaha Bikes?

a) 72632

b) 69876

c) 75995

d) 70680

e) 71374

Q.9) Which of the following two wheelers has been sold with the lowest discount percentage?

a) Yamaha Scooty

b) Yamaha Bike

c) Honda Bike

d) Hero Scooty

e) Hero Bike

Q.10) Which of the following two wheelers has been sold for the lowest profit percentage?

a) Yamaha Scooty

b) Yamaha Bike

c) Honda Bike

d) Hero Scooty

e) Hero Bike

D.51-55) Read the following information and answer the questions given below.

The following pie chart shows the distance covered by various Boats in upstream and downstream.

Total upstream distance = 1200

Total downstream distance = 2400

The following table shows the speed ofthe boat in still water and the total time taken by the boat to cover both upstream and downstream.

Boat | Speed of theboat in still water(in km/hr) | Speed of the stream (in km/hr) | Total time taken by theboat to cover both upstream and downstream. |

A | 70 | – | 10 |

B | – | – | 15 |

C | – | 20 | 8.5 |

D | – | 10 | 18 |

E | 60 | 12 |

Q.11) If the speed of boat C in still water is double the speed of boat B in still water, find the upstream speed of boat B?

a) 10 km/hr

b) 40 km/hr

c) 80 km/hr

d) 50 km/hr

e) 20 km/hr

Q.12) Find the ratio between the upstream speed of boat D and the downstream speed of boat A?

a) 2: 5

b) 1: 3

c) 2: 3

d) 1: 2

e) 1: 4

Q.13) If boat D and E are travelling further 80km in both upstream and downstream, then find the difference between the time taken by boat D and E to cover both downstream and upstream distances?

a) 8 hours

b) 4 hours

c) 9 hours

d) 12 hours

e) 6 hours

Q.14) If the time taken by boat C to cover both upstream and downstream distance is increased by 6.5 hours, then find the ratio between the upstream and downstream speed of theboat C?

a) 1: 4

b) 1: 2

c) 2: 3

d) 1: 3

e) 2: 5

Q.15) At first, three hours, how much distance covered by boat E in upstream?

a) 60 km

b) 150 km

c) 80 km

d) 180 km

e) 120 km

D.16-20) Read the following information and answer the given questions.

The following table shows the percentage of people in various villages.

Village | Percentage of people | Percentage of men | Percentage of men whose age is above 25 years | Percentage of women whose age is below 25 years | Percentage of men whose age is above 45 years out of the men whose age is above 25 years | Percentage of women whose age is above 45 years out of the women whose age is above 25 years |

A | 15% | 40% | 30% | 40% | 40% | 30% |

B | 20% | 50% | 70% | 60% | 60% | 50% |

C | 10% | 30% | 40% | 30% | 40% | 40% |

D | 25% | 60% | 50% | 70% | 50% | 60% |

E | 20% | 70% | 40% | 60% | 30% | 40% |

F | 10% | 40% | 60% | 50% | 70% | 70% |

Q.16) If the number of men whose age is 26 to 45 in from village E is 78400, Find the total number of women whose age is 26-45 years in various villages?

a) 273400

b) 252500

c) 242500

d) 245200

e) 253400

Q.17) If the number of men whose age is above 45 years in village D is 150000, then find the total number of women whose age is above 45 years in village B,C and F?

a) 248400

b) 254200

c) 246200

d) 254200

e) 242400

Q.18) If the number of men whose age is below 25 years in village A is 84000, then find the difference between the total number of men whose age is above 45 years in various villages and women whose age is above 45 years in various villages?

a) 42800

b) 44400

c) 41400

d) 52400

e) 53200

Q.19) If the total number of people in various villages is 40 lakhs, find the ratio of men to women in various villages?

a) 37: 33

b) 16: 13

c) 17: 14

d) 13: 12

e) 11: 9

Q.20) If the total number of women in various villages is 960000, find the total number of men whose age is above 25 years?

a) 510000

b) 454000

c) 520000

d) 484000

e) Data inadequate

Answer Key

Q.1) c

Tank filled by pipe

Emptied by V in 1 hour litres

Q.2) b

Tank filled by pipe /hr

Tank filled by R in 2 hour = 720 litres

Remaining = 3600 – 720=2880 litres

Tank filled by Q and S in 1 hour = 1050 litres

Q.3) c

Q.4) a

Let pipe Z works for x hours.

Let pipe R works for (X+1) hours.

Let pipe P works for (X+2) hours.

6:09 hours after 9 am = 3:09 pm (Approximately)

Q.5) c

Tank filled by pipe /hr

Tank filled by pipe /hr

Tank filled by 5 hrs

2250 litres

Tank emptied by W in 12 hours=

Tank emptied by X in12 hr=2250-1800= 450

Q.6) c

Manufacturing product | Cost price | Profit percentage | Profit value | Selling price | Discount | Marked price | Marked price above cost price |

Percentage | |||||||

Honda Bike | 78000 | 12.10% | 9438 | 87438 | 5% | 92040 | 18% |

Honda Scooty | 551000 | 5.30% | 2703 | 53703 | 10% | 59670 | 17% |

Yamaha Bike | 82000 | 2.60% | 2132 | 84132 | 10% | 93480 | 14% |

Yamaha Scooty | 51000 | 7.80% | 3978 | 54978 | 2% | 56100 | 10% |

Hero Bike | 58000 | 6.40% | 3712 | 61712 | 5% | 64960 | 12% |

Hero Scooty | 48000 | 8.30% | 3984 | 51984 | 5% | 54720 | 14% |

Marked price above cost price of a Hero bike is = 12%

Q.7) b

Manufacturing product | Cost price | Profit percentage | Profit value | Selling price | Discount | Marked price | Marked price above cost price |

Percentage | |||||||

Honda Bike | 78000 | 12.10% | 9438 | 87438 | 5% | 92040 | 18% |

Honda Scooty | 551000 | 5.30% | 2703 | 53703 | 10% | 59670 | 17% |

Yamaha Bike | 82000 | 2.60% | 2132 | 84132 | 10% | 93480 | 14% |

Yamaha Scooty | 51000 | 7.80% | 3978 | 54978 | 2% | 56100 | 10% |

Hero Bike | 58000 | 6.40% | 3712 | 61712 | 5% | 64960 | 12% |

Hero Scooty | 48000 | 8.30% | 3984 | 51984 | 5% | 54720 | 14% |

Discount of Yamaha bike = 93480 – 84132 = 9348

Discount of Yamaha Scooty = 56100 – 54978 = 1122

Required average =

Q.8) d

Manufacturing product | Cost price | Profit percentage | Profit value | Selling price | Discount | Marked price | Marked price above cost price |

Percentage | |||||||

Honda Bike | 78000 | 12.10% | 9438 | 87438 | 5% | 92040 | 18% |

Honda Scooty | 551000 | 5.30% | 2703 | 53703 | 10% | 59670 | 17% |

Yamaha Bike | 82000 | 2.60% | 2132 | 84132 | 10% | 93480 | 14% |

Yamaha Scooty | 51000 | 7.80% | 3978 | 54978 | 2% | 56100 | 10% |

Hero Bike | 58000 | 6.40% | 3712 | 61712 | 5% | 64960 | 12% |

Hero Scooty | 48000 | 8.30% | 3984 | 51984 | 5% | 54720 | 14% |

Selling price of 3 Hero bikes =

= 185136

Selling price of 2 Yamaha Bikes = 2*84132 = 168264

Average =

80

Q.9) a

Manufacturing product | Cost price | Profit percentage | Profit value | Selling price | Discount | Marked price | Marked price above cost price |

Percentage | |||||||

Honda Bike | 78000 | 12.10% | 9438 | 87438 | 5% | 92040 | 18% |

Honda Scooty | 551000 | 5.30% | 2703 | 53703 | 10% | 59670 | 17% |

Yamaha Bike | 82000 | 2.60% | 2132 | 84132 | 10% | 93480 | 14% |

Yamaha Scooty | 51000 | 7.80% | 3978 | 54978 | 2% | 56100 | 10% |

Hero Bike | 58000 | 6.40% | 3712 | 61712 | 5% | 64960 | 12% |

Hero Scooty | 48000 | 8.30% | 3984 | 51984 | 5% | 54720 | 14% |

The above table shows the lowest discount percentage = 2%, which is for Yamaha scooty

Q.10) b

Manufacturing product | Cost price | Profit percentage | Profit value | Selling price | Discount | Marked price | Marked price above cost price |

Percentage | |||||||

Honda Bike | 78000 | 12.10% | 9438 | 87438 | 5% | 92040 | 18% |

Honda Scooty | 551000 | 5.30% | 2703 | 53703 | 10% | 59670 | 17% |

Yamaha Bike | 82000 | 2.60% | 2132 | 84132 | 10% | 93480 | 14% |

Yamaha Scooty | 51000 | 7.80% | 3978 | 54978 | 2% | 56100 | 10% |

Hero Bike | 58000 | 6.40% | 3712 | 61712 | 5% | 64960 | 12% |

Hero Scooty | 48000 | 8.30% | 3984 | 51984 | 5% | 54720 | 14% |

The above table shows the lowest profit percentage = 2.6% which is for Yamaha Bike.

Q.11) b

Speed of the boat C in still water be x km/hr,

From the given data,

X= 100 km/hr

Then, Speed of the boat B in still water is 50 km/hr

From the given data,

Speed of the stream X =

X= 10 km/hr

Required speed of boat B in upstream= 50-10= 40 km/hr

Q.12) e

Boat D,

X= 30 km/hr

Upstream Speed of boat D is 30-10= 20km/hr

Boat A,

X= 10 km/hr

Downstream speed of boat A is 70+ 10= 80 km/hr

Required ratio = 20: 80= 1: 4

Q.13) c

Boat D,

X= 30 km/hr

Boat E,

X= 20 km/hr

Required difference = 24- 15= 9 hours

Q.14) b

Total time taken by Boat C = 8.5 + 6.5 = 15,

X= 60 km/hr

Required ratio

Q.15) e

Boat E,

X= 20 km/hr

Upstream speed = 60-20= 40 km/hr

Required distance= 40×3 = 120km

Q.16) d

Village | Number of men | Number of women | Number of men whose age is above 25 years | Number of women whose age is above 25 years | Number of men whose age is 26-45years | Number of men whose age is above 45 years | Number of women whose age is 26-45 years | Number of women whose age is above 45 years |

A | 120000 | 180000 | 36000 | 108000 | 21600 | 14400 | 75600 | 32400 |

B | 200000 | 200000 | 140000 | 80000 | 56000 | 84000 | 40000 | 40000 |

C | 60000 | 140000 | 24000 | 98000 | 14400 | 9600 | 58800 | 39200 |

D | 300000 | 200000 | 150000 | 60000 | 75000 | 75000 | 24000 | 36000 |

E | 280000 | 120000 | 112000 | 48000 | 78400 | 33600 | 28800 | 19200 |

F | 80000 | 120000 | 48000 | 60000 | 14400 | 33600 | 18000 | 42000 |

Total | 960000 | 510000 | 454000 | 259800 | 250200 | 245200 | 208800 |

Required total= 245200

Q.17) e

Village | Number of men | Number of women | Number of men whose age is above 25 years | Number of women whose age is above 25 years | Number of men whose age is 26-45years | Number of men whose age is above 45 years | Number of women whose age is 26-45 years | Number of women whose age is above 45 years |

A | 240000 | 360000 | 72000 | 216000 | 43200 | 28800 | 151200 | 64800 |

B | 400000 | 400000 | 280000 | 160000 | 112000 | 168000 | 80000 | 80000 |

C | 120000 | 280000 | 48000 | 196000 | 28800 | 19200 | 117600 | 78400 |

D | 600000 | 400000 | 300000 | 120000 | 150000 | 150000 | 48000 | 72000 |

E | 560000 | 240000 | 224000 | 96000 | 156800 | 67200 | 57600 | 38400 |

F | 160000 | 240000 | 96000 | 120000 | 28800 | 67200 | 36000 | 84000 |

Total | 2080000 | 1920000 | 1020000 | 908000 | 519600 | 500400 | 490400 | 417600 |

Required total = 80000+ 78400+ 84000= 242400

Q.18) c

Village | Number of men | Number of women | Number of men whose age is above 25 years | Number of women whose age is above 25 years | Number of men whose age is 26-45years | Number of men whose age is above 45 years | Number of women whose age is 26-45 years | Number of women whose age is above 45 years |

A | 120000 | 180000 | 36000 | 108000 | 21600 | 14400 | 75600 | 32400 |

B | 200000 | 200000 | 140000 | 80000 | 56000 | 84000 | 40000 | 40000 |

C | 60000 | 140000 | 24000 | 98000 | 14400 | 9600 | 58800 | 39200 |

D | 300000 | 200000 | 150000 | 60000 | 75000 | 75000 | 24000 | 36000 |

E | 280000 | 120000 | 112000 | 48000 | 78400 | 33600 | 28800 | 19200 |

F | 80000 | 120000 | 48000 | 60000 | 14400 | 33600 | 18000 | 42000 |

Total | 960000 | 510000 | 454000 | 259800 | 250200 | 245200 | 208800 |

Required difference = 250200 – 208800= 41400

Q.19) d

Village | Number of men | Number of women | Number of men whose age is above 25 years | Number of women whose age is above 25 years | Number of men whose age is 26-45years | Number of men whose age is above 45 years | Number of women whose age is 26-45 years | Number of women whose age is above 45 years |

A | 240000 | 360000 | 72000 | 216000 | 43200 | 28800 | 151200 | 64800 |

B | 400000 | 400000 | 280000 | 160000 | 112000 | 168000 | 80000 | 80000 |

C | 120000 | 280000 | 48000 | 196000 | 28800 | 19200 | 117600 | 78400 |

D | 600000 | 400000 | 300000 | 120000 | 150000 | 150000 | 48000 | 72000 |

E | 560000 | 240000 | 224000 | 96000 | 156800 | 67200 | 57600 | 38400 |

F | 160000 | 240000 | 96000 | 120000 | 28800 | 67200 | 36000 | 84000 |

Total | 2080000 | 1920000 | 1020000 | 908000 | 519600 | 500400 | 490400 | 417600 |

Required ratio= 208000: 1920000= 208: 192= 13: 12

Q.20) a

Village | Number of men | Number of women | Number of men whose age is above 25 years | Number of women whose age is above 25 years | Number of men whose age is 26-45years | Number of men whose age is above 45 years | Number of women whose age is 26-45 years | Number of women whose age is above 45 years |

A | 120000 | 180000 | 36000 | 108000 | 21600 | 14400 | 75600 | 32400 |

B | 200000 | 200000 | 140000 | 80000 | 56000 | 84000 | 40000 | 40000 |

C | 60000 | 140000 | 24000 | 98000 | 14400 | 9600 | 58800 | 39200 |

D | 300000 | 200000 | 150000 | 60000 | 75000 | 75000 | 24000 | 36000 |

E | 280000 | 120000 | 112000 | 48000 | 78400 | 33600 | 28800 | 19200 |

F | 80000 | 120000 | 48000 | 60000 | 14400 | 33600 | 18000 | 42000 |

Total | 960000 | 510000 | 454000 | 259800 | 250200 | 245200 | 208800 |

Required total = 510000

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