# IBPS RRB 2018 Prelims : Quants – Day 12

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# IBPS RRB 2018 Prelims : Quants – Day 12

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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 12

**Topic :** Quantitative Aptitude

**Total Number of Questions** : 20

**Total Time** : 15 minutes

**D.1-5) Solve the equations and give the relationship between x and y.**

Q.1)

I.

II. 2y^{2 }–19y + 30 = 0

a)

b)

c)

d)

e) x=y (or) the relationship cannot be determined.

Q.2)

I. 4x+7y= 40

II. 9x+13y = 79

a)

b)

c)

d)

e) x=y (or) the relationship cannot be determined.

Q.3)

I. (x-78) (x-49)=0

II. (2y-156) (2y-98) =0

a)

b)

c)

d)

e) x=y (or) the relationship cannot be determined.

Q.4)

I.

II. y^{2} = 841

a)

b)

c)

d)

e) x=y (or) the relationship cannot be determined.

Q.5)

I. x^{2}-19x-42=0

II. y^{2}+4y+4=0

a)

b)

c)

d)

e) x=y (or) the relationship cannot be determined.

**D.6-10) What should be come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?**

Q.6) 62, 109, 168, 239, 322, ?

a) 378

b) 417

c) 421

d) 397

e) 410

Q.7) 24, 48, 144, 576, 2880, ?

a) 17208

b) 17028

c) 17280

d) 17820

e) 17270

Q.8) 15, 8, 9, 15, 32, ?

a) 82.5

b) 79.5

c) 58.5

d) 61.5

e) 69.5

Q.9) 25, ? 38, 54, 79, 115

a) 26

b) 31

c) 29

d) 35

e) 27

Q.10) 8, 4, ? 8, 32, 256

a) 2

b) 7

c) 10

d) 4

e) 6

**D. 11-15) Study the line graph and answer the given questions:**

Line graph shows the number of district readers of various leading news papers.

Q.11) What is the total number of The Hindu readers and the Hindustan Times readers in all districts together?

a) 3650

b) 3450

c) 3560

d) 3540

e) None of these

Q.12) What is the difference between the number of newspaper readers (all four types) in District B and District D?

a) 80

b) 60

c) 70

d) 90

e) None of these

Q.13) The number of Hindustan newspaper readers in district A is what percentage of the number of Times of India newspaper readers in the same district? (Approximately)

a) 79%

b) 92%

c) 67%

d) 88%

e) 85%

Q.14) What is the ratio of the Total number of Hindustan newspaper readers in District C and B together to the total number of The Hindu newspaper readers in district A and C together?

a) 92:70

b) 81:77

c) 63:71

d) 71:92

e) 71:93

Q.15) If 10% of Hindustan newspaper readers increased in District C and 10% of Times of India newspaper readers decreased in the same District, then what is the total number of four types of newspaper readers in District C?

a) 1756

b) 1789

c) 1654

d) 1678

e) None of these

Q.16) If the compound interest on a certain sum for 2 years at 10% per annum is Rs. 4200, then the S.I on the same rate for 2 years would be?

a) Rs. 3900

b) Rs. 4000

c) Rs. 3240

d) Rs. 4190

e) None of these

Q.17) The ratio of the present age of Kannan and Raman is 4:5. 7 years hence the ratio of their age is 9:11. What is the present age of Kannan?

a) 45 yrs

b) 49 yrs

c) 51 yrs

d) 56 yrs

e) 48 yrs

Q.18) The average speed of Goods train is 3/4th of the average speed of Express train. The express train covers 504 kms in 9 hours. How much distance will the goods train covered in 8 hours?

a) 320 km

b) 340 km

c) 336 km

d) 410 km

e) 421 km

Q.19) In an examination, 30% of the students passed in Science, 43% of the students passed in Social. If 18% of the students passed in both the subjects, then what is the percentage of the students who failed in both the subjects together?

a) 39%

b) 35%

c) 45%

d) 55%

e) None of these

Q.20) Out of 12 blue and 7 white colour sheets, 4 blue and 6 white colour sheets can be drawn in how many different ways?

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

**Explanations:**

**D.1-5)**

Q.1) a

From I,

‘

Therefore, x= 29, 29

From II,

Therefore, y= 15/2, 4/2 = 7.5, 2

Hence, x>y

Q.2) b

From I,

On solving those two equations, we get,

X= 3, y= 4

Hence, x<y

Q.3) e

From I,

X= 78, 49

From II,

Y= 78, 49

Hence, X=y

Q.4) e

From I,

X^{4}= 9^{4}

X= 9

From II,

Y = +29, -29

Hence, relationship cannot be determined between x and y

Q.5) c

From I,

Therefore, x= 21, -2

From II,

Therefore, y= -2,-2

Hence, x≥ y

Q.6) b

62 109 168 239 322 417

47 59 71 83 95

12 12 12 12

Q.7) c

Q.8) a

Q.9) c

Q.10) d

Q.11) c

Number of news paper readers of The Hindu News paper in all the districts,

Number of news paper readers of Hindustan Times newspaper in all the districts,

1700

Total= 1860+ 1700= 3560

Q.12) b

60

Q.13) d

Required percentage

Q.14) d

Hindustan Newspaper readers in District B and C=350+360=710

The Hindu newspaper readers in district A and C=380+540=920

Required ratio= 710:920

= 71:92

Q.15) e

Q.16) b

C.I=4200

21%=4200

100%=x

P=Rs. 20000

R=10%

N=2yrs

Q.17) d

Let present age of Kannan and Raman be 4x and 5 x respectively,

After 7 years,

x=14 yrs

Kannan’s present age=4x=56

Q.18) c

Km/hr

Km/hr

Distance

Q.19) c

Both subject passed =18%

Passed percentage=30+43-18=55%

Q.20) e

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