# IBPS CLERK MAINS 2017 – QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE DAY 18

# IBPS CLERK MAINS 2017 – QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE DAY 18

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**IBPS CLERK Mains 2017 -Quantitative Aptitude DAY 18**

**Quantitative Aptitude**

Time: 20 Minutes

Topic: **Data Interpretation-II**

**Data Interpretation-II**

**D.1-5) ****Read the following information and answer the given questions.**

The following table shows the marked price of various items.

Item | Marked price (in.Rs) | Percentage of Discount | Profit |

A | 2000 | 20% | I |

B | 4000 | 25% | J |

C | 3000 | 30% | K |

D | 5000 | 25% | L |

E | 6000 | 30% | M |

F | 10×J | 45% | N |

The following table shows the value of I,J,K,L,M and N.

Value | |

I | U |

J | U+200 |

K | U+100 |

L | U+150 |

M | U+240 |

N | U+720 |

Q.1) If the total profit of given items is Rs.5010, find the Value of x. (x= total cost price of all the given items- total discount price of all the given items)

a) Rs.4240

b) Rs.4940

c) Rs.5090

d) Rs.5250

e) Rs.5500

Q.2) If the cost price of item A is 1000, then find the ratio of the value of K to J?

a) 3: 4

b) 9: 11

c) 6: 7

d) 7: 8

e) 2: 3

Q.3) If the profit percentage of item C is 50%, then the selling price of item B is what percentage of the selling price of item E?

a) 62.5%

b) 83.33%

c) 71.4%

d) 67.5%

e) 77.63%

Q.4) If the profit of item E is Rs.840, find the overall profit percentage of given items?

a) 45.9%

b) 35.6%

c) 27.94%

d) 39.45%

e) 42.5%

Q.5) If the value of L is 750, find the difference between the profit percentage of F and E? (Approximately)

a) 12%

b) 33%

c) 25%

d) 18%

e) 10%

**D.(6-10)Study the following paragraph carefully and answer the given questions:**

There are 4 book shops, A, B, C and D, fiction and nonfiction books are sold by four different shops. Number of books (both fiction and nonfiction) sold by shop A is 4 /15^{th} of the total number of books sold by all 4 shops together. The difference between number of fiction and nonfiction books sold by shop A is 20.

The ratio of the total number of books and number of nonfiction books sold by shop B is 13 : 9. Number of fiction books sold by shop D is same as the number of nonfiction books sold by shop D. number of fiction books sold by shop C is 20% of the total number of books sold by shop C. The difference between number of nonfiction books sold by shopA and shop B is 50. Total number of books sold by shop B was 260 and total number of books sold by all shops together is 900.Total number of books sold by shop D is the total number of non-fiction books sold by shop A and C together.

The ratio of the number of nonfiction books sold by shop B and C was 3: 2.The cost price of fiction book is 1.5 times of the cost price of nonfiction book. The Cost price of the each nonfiction book is Rs.60. The cost price of fiction book for all shops is same and the cost price of nonfiction book for all shops is same.

Q.6) What is the difference between the total number of nonfiction books sold by shop A, B and D together and number of fiction book sold by shop A, C and D together?

a) 170

b) 166

c) 185

d) 190

e) 160

Q.7) What is the ratio of the total cost price of fiction book of shop B to total cost price of nonfiction book of shop D?

a) 63 : 22

b) 11 :81

c) 24 : 25

d) 99 : 142

e) 42 : 23

Q.8) If 14% of books were returned by shop C, and the ratio of fiction to nonfiction book returned is 3 : 4. Number of fiction books returned by shop C is what percentage less than the number of nonfiction books returned by shop C?

a) 21%

b) 25%

c) 18%

d) 24%

e) 27%

Q.9) If profit percentage of each fiction book of shop C is 20%, then what is the total selling price of the 3/5^{th} of the fiction book of shop C?

a) 1450

b) 1990

c) 1180

d) 1784

e) 1944

Q.10) If the ratio of the fiction and nonfiction books sold by shop E is 17:12 and the total number of books sold by shop E is 3 1/3 % books less than the total number of books sold by shop A, and number of nonfiction book is sold by shop F is 3/5^{th} of the number of books sold by shop B, then what is the difference between the number of fiction books sold by shop E and the number of nonfiction books sold by Shop F?

a) 45

b) 30

c) 10

d) 20

e) 40

D.11-15) Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions:

The bar graph shows the percentage of registered votes in the year 2001 and 2005 in six different villages.

Q.11) In Village C, 280 and 400 votes are invalid registered votes in the year 2001 and 2005 respectively. Number of valid male votes is 600 more than the number of valid female votes in village C in the year 2001 and the number of valid female votes is 500 less than the number of valid male votes in the year 2005. The percentage of valid male votes in the year 2001 and the valid female votes in the year 2005 is 60% and 300/7 % respectively, find the total population of the village in the year 2001 and 2005 together

a) 8000

b) 9000

c) 7180

d) 8190

e) 8780

Q.12) In village F, two candidates (M and N) only contested in an election in the year 2005 and 450 votes are invalid. If the candidate M got 500/8 %of total valid votes, which is 2000 votes more than the candidate N, what is the total population of the village F in the year 2005?

a) 12500

b) 8000

c) 13000

d) 9000

e) 11000

Q.13) Find the ratio of total number of registered votes in the village B in the year 2001 to 2005

a) 4:5

b) 6:5

c) 5:4

d) 5:6

e) 3:5

Q.14) In village B, 500 and 200 registered votes are invalid in the year 2001 and 2005 respectively and the total number of valid votes in village B is 4500 and 7000 in the year 2001 and 2005 respectively. Total population in the year 2001 is what percentage less than the total population in the year 2005?

a) 16.67%

b) 15.5%

c) 12.67%

d) 14.5%

e) 18.5%

Q.15) If the total population of village A and E is same in the year 2001, find the ratio of number of registered votes in the year 2001 between A and E.

a) 4:5

b) 32:45

c) 33:44

d) 31:32

e) 44:45

D.16-20) Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions:

The pie chart shows the percentage of students like Apple and Banana in six different classes.

Total number of students who like Apple = 1000

Total number of students who like Banana = 1200

All the students like at least any one of the given fruits

Number of students who like either Apple or Banana Number of students who like Apple + Number of students who like Banana

Q.16) What is the difference between the number of students who likes Apple in class Q and T together and the number of students who likes Banana in class P and S together?

a) 52

b) 72

c) 62

d) 82

e) 58

Q.17) What is the ratio of the difference between the number of students who like either apple or banana in class P and R to the difference between the number of students who like either apple or banana in class T and S?

a) 7:25

b) 9:26

c) 11:23

d) 11:9

e) 17:19

Q.18) Number of students who like either apple or banana in the class T is approximately what percentage of the number of students who like either apple or banana in the class U?

a) 280%

b) 256%

c) 354%

d) 392%

e) 418%

Q.19) Find the total number of students who like either apple or banana in class S and T together.

a) 904

b) 922

c) 918

d) 924

e) 912

Q.20)The number of students who like apple in class P, S and T together is what percentage more than the number of students who like banana in class R and S together?

a) 20%

b) 24%

c) 28%

d) 30%

e) 25%

Answer Key

Q.1) c

Item | Profit | Selling price | Cost price |

A | 600 | 1600 | 1000 |

B | 800 | 3000 | 2200 |

C | 700 | 2100 | 1400 |

D | 750 | 3750 | 3000 |

E | 840 | 4200 | 3360 |

F | 1320 | 4400 | 3080 |

Total | 5010 | 19050 | 14040 |

Required difference= 14040- 400-1000-900- 1250- 1800- 3600= Rs.5090

Q.2) d

Item | Profit | Selling price | Cost price |

A | 600 | 1600 | 1000 |

B | 800 | 3000 | 2200 |

C | 700 | 2100 | 1400 |

D | 750 | 3750 | 3000 |

E | 840 | 4200 | 3360 |

F | 1320 | 4400 | 3080 |

Required ratio = 700 : 800 = 7:8

Q.3) c

Item | Profit | Selling price | Cost price |

A | 600 | 1600 | 1000 |

B | 800 | 3000 | 2200 |

C | 700 | 2100 | 1400 |

D | 750 | 3750 | 3000 |

E | 840 | 4200 | 3360 |

F | 1320 | 4400 | 3080 |

Required %

Q.4) b

Item | Profit | Selling price | Cost price |

A | 600 | 1600 | 1000 |

B | 800 | 3000 | 2200 |

C | 700 | 2100 | 1400 |

D | 750 | 3750 | 3000 |

E | 840 | 4200 | 3360 |

F | 1320 | 4400 | 3080 |

Total | 5010 | 19050 | 14040 |

Required percentage =

Q.5) d

Item | Profit | Selling price | Cost price |

A | 600 | 1600 | 1000 |

B | 800 | 3000 | 2200 |

C | 700 | 2100 | 1400 |

D | 750 | 3750 | 3000 |

E | 840 | 4200 | 3360 |

F | 1320 | 4400 | 3080 |

Required difference =

Q.6) a

Shops | Total number of books | Number of fiction book | Number of nonfiction book |

A | 240 | 110 | 130 |

B | 260 | 80 | 180 |

C | 150 | 30 | 120 |

D | 250 | 125 | 125 |

Number of nonfiction books sold by shop A, B and D = 130 +180 + 125 = 435

Number of fiction book sold by shop A, C and D = 110 + 30 + 125 = 265

Difference = 170

Q.7) c

Shops | Total number of books | Number of fiction book | Number of nonfiction book |

A | 240 | 110 | 130 |

B | 260 | 80 | 180 |

C | 150 | 30 | 120 |

D | 250 | 125 | 125 |

Cost price of fiction book = 1.5 (CP of nonfiction book)

Total cost price of fiction book by shop B

Total cost price of nonfiction book by shop D

Required ratio = 7200: 7500 = 24 : 25

Q.8) b

Shops | Total number of books | Number of fiction book | Number of nonfiction book |

A | 240 | 110 | 130 |

B | 260 | 80 | 180 |

C | 150 | 30 | 120 |

D | 250 | 125 | 125 |

Q.9) e

Shops | Total number of books | Number of fiction book | Number of nonfiction book |

A | 240 | 110 | 130 |

B | 260 | 80 | 180 |

C | 150 | 30 | 120 |

D | 250 | 125 | 125 |

Cost price of fiction book = 1.5 (CP of nonfiction book)

Q.10) d

Shops | Total number of books | Number of fiction book | Number of nonfiction book |

A | 240 | 110 | 130 |

B | 260 | 80 | 180 |

C | 150 | 30 | 120 |

D | 250 | 125 | 125 |

Difference = 20

Q.11) b

**Village C in the year 2001, **

(60%-40%) 20% of valid votes=600

Total valid votes

Total registered votes

Total population

**Village C in the year 2005, **

of valid votes=500

Total valid votes=3500

Total registered votes=3500+400=3900

Total population

Required total=4000+5000=9000

Q.12) c

Given,

of valid votes=2000

Total valid votes=8000

Total population

Q.13) d

Given,

Q.14) a

Total number of registered votes in the year 2001=4500+500=5000

Total population

Total number of registered votes in the year 2005

Total population

Required percentage

Q.15) b

Required ratio

Q.16) c

Name of a class | Number of students like Apple | Number of students like Banana | Number of students like either Apple or Banana |

P | 200 | 216 | 416 |

Q | 180 | 144 | 324 |

R | 170 | 264 | 434 |

S | 210 | 216 | 426 |

T | 190 | 288 | 478 |

U | 50 | 72 | 122 |

Required difference

Q.17) b

Name of a class | Number of students like Apple | Number of students like Banana | Number of students like either Apple or Banana |

P | 200 | 216 | 416 |

Q | 180 | 144 | 324 |

R | 170 | 264 | 434 |

S | 210 | 216 | 426 |

T | 190 | 288 | 478 |

U | 50 | 72 | 122 |

Required ratio

Q.18) d

Name of a class | Number of students like Apple | Number of students like Banana | Number of students like either Apple or Banana |

P | 200 | 216 | 416 |

Q | 180 | 144 | 324 |

R | 170 | 264 | 434 |

S | 210 | 216 | 426 |

T | 190 | 288 | 478 |

U | 50 | 72 | 122 |

Required percentage

Q.19) a

Name of a class | Number of students like Apple | Number of students like Banana | Number of students like either Apple or Banana |

P | 200 | 216 | 416 |

Q | 180 | 144 | 324 |

R | 170 | 264 | 434 |

S | 210 | 216 | 426 |

T | 190 | 288 | 478 |

U | 50 | 72 | 122 |

Required total

Q.20) e

Name of a class | Number of students like Apple | Number of students like Banana | Number of students like either Apple or Banana |

P | 200 | 216 | 416 |

Q | 180 | 144 | 324 |

R | 170 | 264 | 434 |

S | 210 | 216 | 426 |

T | 190 | 288 | 478 |

U | 50 | 72 | 122 |

Required percentage

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