# IBPS CLERK Prelims Study Planner 2018 -D.I – Bar-DAY 2

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We at Bankersdaily will be providing daily questions for the IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2018 through this IBPS CLERK Prelims 2018 – Study Planner to assist the aspirants in their preparation. All the Three sections Quants, Reasoning and English Langauge questions will be available regularly in Bankersdaily.

Quizzes will be released every day by the timing given below:

• Quantitative Aptitude – 8:00 P.M
• Reasoning Ability – 8:15 P.M
• English Language – 8:30 P.M D.1-5) Study the following bar graph carefully and answer the given questions:

The bar graph 1 shows the number of students who prepare for competitive exams during six different years.

The bar graph 2 shows the number of male students who prepare competitive exams during six different years.  Q.1) In the year 1997, the total number of students preparing for competitive exams is increased by 20% of its previous year. What is the ratio of number of female students in the year 1992 to the number of total number of students in the year 1997?

a) 1:4

b) 1:6

c) 1:8

d) 1:9

e) 1:1

Q.2) What is the difference between the number of female students preparing for competitive exams in the year 1992, 1993 and 1994 together and the number of female students preparing for competitive exams in the year 1995, 1996 together? (in thousands)

a) 80

b) 90

c) 120

d) 100

e) 110

Q.3) Students got awareness about the competitive exams and  thought that it is difficult to clear the exams and if 5000 female students in every year switched  to IT, then in which year has the maximum percentage of females went to IT job?

a) 1993

b) 1994

c) 1995

d) 1993 and 1994

e) 1996

Q.4) Thousand students in every year got dropped out, due to unsuccessful in the exams, then what is the difference between the numbers of female students in the year 1996 and the number of students preparing competitive exams in the year 1991?

a) 50000

b) 45000

c) 60000

d) 55000

e) Insufficient data

Q.5) What is the average number of female students preparing competitive exams in all the years together (in thousands)?

a) 91.66

b) 97.55

c) 94.34

d) 93.33

e) None of these

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

The bar graph 1shows the number of students in 1st, 2nd and 3rd term in five different classes.

The bar graph 2 shows the number of girls in 1st, 2nd and 3rd term in five different classes.  Q.6) What is the total number of boys in all the classes together in 2nd term?

a) 350

b) 260

c) 460

d) 360

e) 545

Q.7) Number of boys in 1st term is what percent less than the number of girls in 2nd term in all the classes together?

a) 12.45%

b) 14.8%

c) 11.54%

d) 10.75%

e) None of these

Q.8) If in 3rd term the number of girls increases by 20% and the number of boys decreases by 10%, find the total number of students in the class?

a) 480

b) 440

c) 540

d) 640

e) 460

Q.9) If three-fifth of the boys are dropped in all the classes in all the terms, then find the difference between the number of second class boys in 2nd term and the number of fifth class boys in 3rd term?

a) 6

b) 4

c) 8

d) 12

e) 10

Q.10) If four-fifth of the girls have newly joined in all the classes in all the terms, then find the ratio of number of third class girls in 1st term and the number of fourth class girls in 3rd term?

a) 5:4

b) 2:7

c) 11:9

d) 11:13

e) None of these

### Explanations:

1) b

In 1997 total number of students preparing for competitive exams

### Required ratio =2,00,000-1,20,000:4,80,000=80000:4,80,000=8:48=1:6

Q.2) c

Total number of female students preparing in the year 1992, 1993 and 1994

=(200000-120000)+(250000-200000)+(200000-150000)

=80000+50000+50000=180000

Total number of female students preparing in the year 1995 and 1996

=(350000-250000)+(400000-200000)=100000+200000=300000

Required difference =300000-180000=120000

Q.3) d

Number of female students in 1993 =250000-200000=50000

Number of female students in 1994 =200000-150000=50000

Number of female students in 1995 =350000-250000=100000

Number of female students in 1996 =400000-200000=200000

Since total number of students in 1993 and 1994 is 50000, which is the minimum total, in 1993 and 1994 percentage is more Q.4) e

We don’t know about the number of male and female students who got dropped out. So, data is insufficient to answer the question

Q.5) a

Required average

Q.6) d

Required total

### Q.7) c

Number of boys in 1st term

### Number of girls in 2nd term =80+60+40+30+50=260

Required percentage Q.8) a

Number of girls in 3rd term = Number of boys in 3rd term

### Required total =192+288=480

Q.9) b

Number of 2nd class boys in 2nd term

### Number of fifth class boys in 3st term

### Required difference =28-24=4

Q.10) e

Number of third class girls in 1st term

### Number of fourth class girls in 3rd term Required ratio

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