# IBPS CLERK Mains 2018 – 10 Days Study Planner – Aptitude -Day 5

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**IBPS CLERK Mains 2018 – 10 Days Study Planner – Aptitude -Day 5**

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IBPS CLERK Mains Exam 2018 is coming fast than you think and there are only less days to make your preparation fruitful. The preparation strategy must be fixed in such a way that the actual ones will help to score more marks in the **IBPS CLERK mains Exam 2018**.

The **IBSP CLERK Mains Exam 2018** is scheduled to happen on **20 ^{th} December 2019**.

The key to score more marks lies in scoring in the General Awareness, banking Awareness and English Section. So, one needs to be preparing in such a way that, the aspirant must get maximum marks in the above said section. Practising is the key to score in these topics and aspirants must read at least 6 months Current Affairs to crack the General Awareness Section and Banking Awareness Section.

We have started the IBPS CLERK Mains Exam 2018 – Planner where we are providing practice questions from the above topics which will help the aspirants to increase the solving ability and to learn new questions.

We have also included the New pattern Questions which have been asked in the recent exams like SBI Clerk, IBPS RRB Assistant and others. This will assist the aspirants in analyzing the type of questions and to know the nuances of attending the Different type of questions.

**Section**: Quantitative Aptitude**Topic:**DI Table**Total Questions:**20**Total Timing:**15 Minutes

**D.1-5) Study the following table and answer the given questions:**

The table shows the number of police personnel, SIs (Sub-inspectors) and Inspectors, selected from seven different States and the percentage of Inspectors of police selected from seven different states:

(Note: The personnel selected are only SIs and Inspectors)

States | Number of SIs selected | Percentage of Inspector of polices selected |

Bihar | 350 | 65 |

MP | 426 | 50 |

HP | 270 | 55 |

AP | 320 | 60 |

UP | 280 | 65 |

Delhi | 418 | 56 |

Haryana | 240 | 40 |

**Q.1) How many Inspectors are selected from AP, UP and Delhi together?**

a) 1595

b) 1689

c) 1478

d) 1532

e) 1542

**Q.2) What is the ratio of the total number of Sub Inspectors selected from Haryana and MP together and the number of Inspectors selected from MP and Bihar together?**

a) 172 : 396

b) 121 : 472

c) 333 : 538

d) 396 : 121

e) 201 : 111

**Q.3) Number of Inspectors selected from Haryana is approximately what percentage less than the number of Sub Inspectors selected from UP?**

a) 42.86%

b) 41.55%

c) 48.52%

d) 55.34%

e) 52.43%

**Q.4) What is the difference between the total number of Inspectors selected from all states together and total number of Sub Inspectors selected from all states together?**

a) 821

b) 854

c) 866

d) 789

e) 794

**Q.5) In which two states added together same number of personnel are selected?**

a) HP and UP

b) AP and UP

c) AP and HP

d) AP and Bihar

e) None of these

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

The table graph shows the number of staff in four different teams. Some staff from each team attended the five Monday morning meetings in a month.

R&D | SSC | TNPSC | RED TEAM | |

1^{st} Monday |
5 | 6 | 4 | 3 |

2^{nd} Monday |
4 | 5 | 7 | 8 |

3^{rd} Monday |
3 | 6 | 5 | 7 |

4^{th} Monday |
6 | 8 | 6 | 4 |

5^{th} Monday |
4 | 6 | 7 | 9 |

**Q.6) There are 10 staff attended the 1 ^{st} Monday morning meeting, in how many ways can the number of staff attend the meeting with at least 3 R&D staff?**

a) 28028

b) 27027

c) 29029

d) 26026

e) None of these

**Q.7) There are 6 male staff and 4 female staff in the 4 ^{th} Monday morning meeting, find the number of ways at most two female staff from SSC team, if the ratio of male and female 1:1 in all the teams?**

a) 416888

b) 456888

c) 426888

d) 436888

e) None of these

**Q.8) There are 12 staff in the 3 ^{rd} Monday morning meeting, find the number of ways in which there are exactly two staff in Red Team? **

a) 25025

b) 24024

c) 23023

d) 21021

e) 22022

**Q.9) There are 6 staff in the 2 ^{nd} Monday morning meeting, find the probability of no staff in TNPSC team?**

a) 19227 / 19228

b) 1 / 19228

c) 3 / 19228

d) 193 / 19228

e) None of these

**Q.10) There are 6 staff in the 5 ^{th} Monday morning meeting, what is the probability of getting exactly 3 members from R&D team?**

a) 615/23023

b) 616/23023

c) 5/13

d) 6/13

e) 616/23023

**D 11-15) The following table gives the half yearly output (in thousands) of four production units of a machine manufacturing company. Analyze the table and answer the following questions.**

Year | 1^{st} half |
2^{nd} half |
||||||

UNIT | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |

2011 | 35 | 30 | 37 | 44 | 30 | 35 | 42 | 53 |

2012 | 38 | 35 | 42 | 47 | 35 | 42 | 48 | 62 |

2013 | 42 | 40 | 52 | 56 | 38 | 48 | 56 | 68 |

2014 | 54 | 55 | 82 | 87 | 50 | 60 | 83 | 89 |

2015 | 70 | 80 | 97 | 93 | 60 | 90 | 99 | 98 |

**Q.11) What is the difference between the total output of 2 ^{nd} and 4^{th} units in second half of the year from 2011 to 2015 and the total output of 3^{rd} and 4^{th} units in first half of the year from 2011 to 2015?**

a) 9

b) 10

c) 8

d) 7

e) 15

**Q.12) what is the difference between the total output in the year 2015(including 1 ^{st} half and 2^{nd} half) of all units together and the total output in the year 2013 (including 1^{st} half and 2^{nd} half) of all units together?**

a) 377

b) 287

c) 277

d) 297

e) 327

**Q.13) What is the percentage change in the production of unit 2 in the 2 ^{nd} half of the year compared to the 1^{st} half for the entire five year period?**

a) 12.25%

b) 16.67%

c) 17.78%

d) 14.58%

e) 15%

**Q.14) In which year total output is the 2 ^{nd} highest (including 1^{st} half and 2^{nd} half)?**

a) 2012

b) 2014

c) 2015

d) 2016

e) 2011

**Q.15) The total output of 1 ^{st} and 2^{nd} units in the first half of the year is what percentage of the total output of 1^{st} and 3^{rd} units in the second half of the year from 2011 to 2015?**

a) 89%

b) 92%

c) 75%

d) 60%

e) 80%

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

**The following table shows the marks scored by various students. (MM=Maximum marks)**

Student | English(MM=75) | Maths(MM=100) | Science(MM=80) | Social(MM=40) | Tamil(MM=50) | GK(MM=60) |

A | 30% | 20% | 30% | 20% | 50% | 25% |

B | 40% | 45% | 40% | 30% | 40% | 35% |

C | 50% | 65% | 60% | 40% | 60% | 45% |

D | 60% | 35% | 50% | 60% | 30% | 55% |

E | 55% | 50% | 70% | 65% | 50% | 75% |

F | 45% | 60% | 20% | 45% | 35% | 65% |

**Q.16) What is the average marks scored by all students in GK subject?**

a) 20

b) 25.5

c) 30

d) 32.5

e) 40

**Q.17) what is the total marks scored by Student A and Student B together in the various subjects?**

a) 268.5

b) 270

c) 274.5

d) 287.5

e) 277.5

**Q.18) What is the ratio between the marks scored by all students in English and the marks scored by Student D in various subjects?**

a) 37: 35

b) 33: 31

c) 35: 33

d) 35: 32

e) 33: 35

**Q.19) What is the difference between the marks scored by Student C in various subjects and the marks scored by all students in Tamil subject?**

a) 91

b) 101

c) 93

d) 97

e) None of these

**Q.20) The marks scored by Student E in various subjects is approximately what percentage of the marks scored by Student F in various subjects?**

a) 123%

b) 132%

c) 125%

d) 145%

e) 140%

**Answers for the Above Questions can be found below. **

Q.1) d

States |
Total number of police personnel selected |
Number of SIs |
Number of Inspectors |

Bihar | 1000 | 350 | 650 |

MP | 852 | 426 | 426 |

HP | 600 | 270 | 330 |

AP | 800 | 320 | 480 |

UP | 800 | 280 | 520 |

Delhi | 950 | 418 | 532 |

Haryana | 400 | 240 | 160 |

Inspectors selected from AP, UP and Delhi=480+520+532=1532

Q.2) c

States | Total number of police selected | Number of SI | Number of Inspector |

Bihar | 1000 | 350 | 650 |

MP | 852 | 426 | 426 |

HP | 600 | 270 | 330 |

AP | 800 | 320 | 480 |

UP | 800 | 280 | 520 |

Delhi | 950 | 418 | 532 |

Haryana | 400 | 240 | 160 |

Number of Sub Inspectors selected from Haryana and MP=666

Number of Inspectors selected from MP and Bihar=1076

Required ratio=666: 1076= 333: 538

Q.3) a

States | Total number of police selected | Number of SI | Number of Inspector |

Bihar | 1000 | 350 | 650 |

MP | 852 | 426 | 426 |

HP | 600 | 270 | 330 |

AP | 800 | 320 | 480 |

UP | 800 | 280 | 520 |

Delhi | 950 | 418 | 532 |

Haryana | 400 | 240 | 160 |

Q.4) e

States | Total number of police selected | Number of SI | Number of Inspector |

Bihar | 1000 | 350 | 650 |

MP | 852 | 426 | 426 |

HP | 600 | 270 | 330 |

AP | 800 | 320 | 480 |

UP | 800 | 280 | 520 |

Delhi | 950 | 418 | 532 |

Haryana | 400 | 240 | 160 |

Total number of Sub Inspector selected from all states=2304

Total number of Inspector selected from all states=3098

Difference=794

Q.5) b

States | Total number of police selected | Number of SI | Number of Inspector |

Bihar | 1000 | 350 | 650 |

MP | 852 | 426 | 426 |

HP | 600 | 270 | 330 |

AP | 800 | 320 | 480 |

UP | 800 | 280 | 520 |

Delhi | 950 | 418 | 532 |

Haryana | 400 | 240 | 160 |

AP and UP

Q.6) b

Total staff in the 1^{st} Monday morning meeting = 18

Required number of ways =

= 17160+8580+1287 = 27027

Q.7) c

Total staff in 4^{th} Monday morning meeting = 3+4+3+2=12

Total male staff in 4^{th}Monday morning meeting = 3+4+3+2=12

Total female staff in 4^{th} Monday morning meeting = 3+4+3+2=12

Required number of ways =

=22×14×3×(28×6+56×4+70)=426888

Q.8) d

Total staff in 3^{rd} Monday morning meeting = 21

Required number of ways =

Q.9) a

Total staff in 2^{nd} Monday morning meeting = 24

Total number of possibilities

Required probability

Q.10) e

Total staff in 5^{th} Monday morning meeting = 26

Total number of possibilities

Required probability

Q.11) (c)

Part-1

Unit 1 -239

Unit 2 -240

Unit 3 -310

Unit 4 -327

Part-2

Unit 1 -213

Unit 2 – 275

Unit 3 -328

Unit 4 -370

=(275+370)-(310+327)

=8

Q.12) (b)

=689-400

=287

Q.13) (d)

Required %=(35/240)×100=14.58

Q.14) (b)

=2014(560 units)

Q.15) (a)

=((239 + 240) / (213 + 328)) × 100

= 47900/541 = 88.54% = 89%(appx)

Q.16) (c)

A =(60)× ((25) / 100) = 15

B= 60 × (35/100) = 21

C = 60 × (45/100) = 27

D = 60× (55/100) = 33

E= 60 × (75/100) = 45

F= 60 × (65/100) = 39

AVG=(15+21+27+33+45+39)/6=30

Q.17) (c)

ENG MATHS SCINCE SOCIAL TAMIL GK

A 22.5 20 24 8 25 15

B 30 45 32 12 20 21

=274.5

Q.18) (d)

In ENG = 22.5+30+37.5+45+41.25+33.75=210

In D all subjects =45+35+40+24+15+33=192

Required ratio=210:192=35:32

Q.19) (a)

C in various subject =37.5+65+48+16+30+27=223.5

Tamil =25+20+30+15+25+17.5=132.5

Diff=223.5-132.5=91

Q.20) (b)

Student E =41.25+50+56+26+25+45=243.25

STUDENT F=33.75+60+16+18+17.5+39=184.25

Required %= (243.25/184.25) × 100 = 132.02% = 132%(APPX.)

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