# IBPS RRB 2018 Prelims : Quants – Day 10

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# IBPS RRB 2018 Prelims : Quants – Day 10

Dear Bankersdaily Aspirants,

IBPS RRB PO & Office Assistant 2018 Preliminary Examination starts from 11th August, 2018. The IBPS RRB Exam 2018 is one of the most expected exam of the year. The reason for the consummate expectation is different from that of the others.

The number of candidates attending the IBPS RRB PO & Office Assistant is high when compared to the other exams like SBI & Insurance Exams. The other important factor is that , no English section is there in the preliminary examination of the IBPS RRB PO & Assistant Exams. This is really a boost to the candidates as many of the aspirants couldn’t get the requisite marks in the English section and this exam is the best bet for the aspirants.

Since only few days are left for the IBPS RRB PO & Assistant Exam 2018 Preliminary Exam , we will be providing daily 20 Questions in Quantitative Aptitude & Reasoning Section to evoke the preparation mode.

Aspirants can answer the Questions by commenting the answers for the Questions in the comments section. We will be providing the answers for the Questions @ 6:00 P.M everyday.

## IBPS RRB PO & Assistant 2018 – Prelims Exam – Day 10

**Topic :** Reasoning Ability

**Total Number of Questions** : 20

**Total Time** : 15 minutes

**D.1-6) Read the following table carefully and find out the correct answer from the following question.**

The following table shows the appeared and qualified students from various colleges in different years.

College | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | ||||

Appeared | Qualified | Appeared | Qualified | Appeared | Qualified | Appeared | Qualified | |

A | 1200 | 350 | 2500 | 850 | 2800 | 1200 | 4300 | 2150 |

B | 2400 | 960 | 3600 | 940 | 3200 | 1450 | 2700 | 1340 |

C | 1800 | 480 | 2800 | 840 | 3500 | 1550 | 3800 | 1740 |

D | 2500 | 240 | 2600 | 1020 | 2900 | 1320 | 3700 | 1850 |

E | 2000 | 370 | 2400 | 740 | 2700 | 840 | 4000 | 2150 |

F | 2200 | 650 | 2000 | 980 | 2500 | 1150 | 4100 | 2200 |

Q.1) What is the total number of students who got qualified from college C and E in various years?

a) 8450

b) 8620

c) 8850

d) 8710

e) 8920

Q.2) What is the overall percentage of students qualified from college E in all the years together?(approximately)

a) 37%

b) 45%

c) 29%

d) 54%

e) 23%

Q.3) In which year the overall percentage of students qualified from all the schools together is maximum?

a) 2012

b) 2013

c) 2014

d) 2015

e) Both 2014 and 2015

Q.4) What is the percentage of students who got qualified in the year 2014 from school B?

a) 47.4%

b) 33.33%

c) 45.3%

d) 52.25%

e) 39.39%

Q.5) What is the difference between the total number of qualified students from all the colleges together in the year 2012 and 2014?

a) 4240

b) 4230

c) 4640

d) 4460

e) 4820

Q.6) What is the sum of the total number of appeared students from school C in the year 2013 and 2015 and the total number of qualified students from school D in the year 2012 and 2015?

a) 8230

b) 8690

c) 8940

d) 8420

e) 8220

Q.7) The number of boys in a class is 3/5^{th} of the students in the class. The number of students in the class is 1/15^{th}of the total students in the school and the number of girls in the school is 3/5^{th} of students from the school. The difference between the boys and girls in the school is 300, find the number of girls in the class.

a) 80

b) 40

c) 150

d) 120

e) 180

Q.8) An interest paid by a person at the rate of 2% @ S.I, for 3 years is Rs.270, then what would be the interest paid by him if the sum to be doubled and the interest rate to be tripled @S.I for 3 years?

a) Rs.1530

b) Rs.2160

c) Rs.1620

d) Rs.1350

e) Rs.1080

Q.9) S and T entered into a partnership with the capital of Rs.123000, and Rs.213000. After 7 months, S additionally invests 6000, and a new partner U joined with them. U comes with the capital which is equal to average of the initial capital of S and T together. Find the ratio of their profit share at the end of the year.

a) 251 : 456 : 140

b) 271 : 426 : 140

c) 251 : 426 : 140

d) 251 : 426 : 160

e) 271 : 456 : 140

Q.10) The discount given by a shop is double the profit earned by them. Then the cost price is 80% of the selling price. What percentage of marked price is profit?

a) %

b) 15%

c) 20%

d) 10%

e)

Q.11) The average number of vehicles passing a bridge in a week is 1400. The average number of vehicles passing on Monday to Friday is 20% more than the average number of vehicles passing on Saturday and Sunday. What is the average number of vehicle passing the bridge on Monday to Friday?

a) 1750

b) 1470

c) 1400

d) 1635

e) 1530

Q.12) The ratio between the present age of a girl and her grandfather is 2 : 23, and the present age of the father of the girl is half of the age of her grandfather. The ratio between the present age of the mother and father of the girl is 19: 23, and the difference between the present age of the girl and her mother is 30. Then what is the total age of the girl and her father?

a) 52

b) 60

c) 40

d) 54

e) 38

**D.13-17) Solve the equations and give the relationship between x and y.**

Q.13)

I.

a) X > Y

b) X < Y

c) X ≥ Y

d) X ≤ Y

e) X = Y (or) the relationship cannot be determined.

Q.14)

I.

a) X > Y

b) X < Y

c) X ≥ Y

d) X ≤ Y

e) X = Y (or) the relationship cannot be determined.

Q.15)

I. 13X + 14Y = 241

II. 9X + 5Y = 134

a) X > Y

b) X < Y

c) X ≥ Y

d)

e) X = Y (or) the relationship cannot be determined.

Q.16)

+

a) X > Y

b) X < Y

c) X ≥ Y

d) X ≤ Y

e) X = Y (or) the relationship cannot be determined.

Q.17) The distance between point M and N is 720kms. The ratio of the speed of a cycle and motorcycle is 2 : 3. The cycle starts from point M, after 30 minutes the motorcycle starts from point N, what is the distance covered by cycle at the time of the meeting, if the two vehicles meet after 7.5hours from the cycle started.

a) 440kms

b) 300kms

c) 400kms

d) 420kms

e) 360kms

Q.18) The area of a rectangular room is equal to the area of a circular well. The diameter of the well is 14meters and the length is 3meters more than the breadth of the room, then what is the ratio between the perimeter of the room and circumference of the well?

a) 1 : 7

b) 25 : 22

c) 3 : 7

d) 5 : 9

e) 22 : 23

Q.19) A classroom contains some chairs and tables. The cost of the chair is 300 and the table is 1200, in what ratio both of them should be taken out from the class to get the average cost of Rs.800?

a) 3 : 4

b) 5 : 3

c) 4: 5

d) 2 : 3

e) 4 : 7

Q.20) A smallest three digit number which is divisible by 11 , the sum of the number should be divisible by 3 and the difference between the first and last digit is equal to the average of all the three digits of the number, then find the product of the first and last digit of the number.

a) 1

b) 3

c) 4

d) 5

e) 2

**Explanations**

Q.1) d

Required total = 480+840+1550+1740 + 370 + 740 + 840+ 2150 = 8710

Q.2) a

Required % =

Q.3) d

In 2014 = = 42.67%

In 2013 = 33.77%

In 2012 =

In 2015 = 50.57%

Q.4) c

Required %

Q.5) d

Required difference = 7510-3050= 4460

Q.6) b

Required total = 2800+ 3800 + 240+ 1850 = 8690

Q.7) b

Ratio of girls to boys in the school is 3: 2

From the difference, we can find the total number of students in the school = 3×300: 2×300= 900: 600

Number of students in the class =

Number of girls in the class =

Q.8) c

Sum =

Then Sum = Rs.4500.

Double the sum = Rs.9000,

Then the interest paid by him =

Q.9) c

Profit ratio =

= 1476+30 : 2556 : 168

= 1506 : 2556 : 840

= 251 : 426 : 140

Q.10) e

Selling price = Rs.100

Profit = 100 – 80 = 20

Discount = 20

Marked price = SP + Discount = 100 + 40 = 140

Then Required percentage = %

Q.11) b

Weekend = 120% of 100

Weekend = 2 days

Week days = 5 days

Then X = 1225

120% of 1225 = 1470

Q.12) d

Age of the girl = 8

Grandfather = 92

Age of father = 46

Mother = 38

Then Father + girl = 46 + 8 = 54

Q.13) e

=

Then X = -6, -7

= (Y + 4) (Y + 8)

Then Y = -4, -8

So, the relationship cannot be determined.

Q.14) b

=

X =

=

Y = 12, 13

So, X < Y

Q.15) a

By solving the two equations we get, X = 11 and Y = 7

So, X > Y

Q.16) a

By solving the two equations, we get, the value of X = 27 and Y = 16

So, X > Y

Q.17) b

Cycle + motor cycle =

=

Then, 36X = 720

Then, X = 20

Distance covered by cycle = 15X = kms

Q.18) b

The area of the well = = 154m^{2}

Then, the length and breadth of room = 14 : 11

Perimeter of the room = m

Circumference of the well = m

Required ratio = 50 : 44 = 25 : 22

Q.19) c

Chair Table

300 1200

800

400 500

4 : 5

Q.20) d

The sum of the number should be divisible by 3.

So the number should be divisible by 33.

Multiples of 33 in 3 digit numbers = 132, 165, 198…

So, the smallest number = 165.

The average of the digits = 4

And the difference between the first and last digit = 4.

So, the number is 165, and the product of the first and last digit = 5.

We will post this Practice Questions – Daily till the start of the IBPS RRB PO & Assistant (Regularly)

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