# IBPS RRB 2018 Prelims : Quants – Day 4

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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.

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## IBPS RRB PO & Assistant 2018 – Prelims Exam – Day 4

Topic : Quantitative Aptitude

Total Number of Questions : 20

Total Time : 15 minutes

D.1 – 5) Study the pie-chart and answer the questions based on it.

The pie chart shows that the number of masculine in a city in different categories, and the table shows that the ratio of the masculine to feminine in the city in the different categories.

 MASCULINE FEMININE CHILDREN 5 3 SCHOOL STUDENTS 3 2 COLLEGE STUDENTS 4 3 WORKING PEOPLE 5 4 LOOKING JOB 10 7 PENSIONERS 6 5

Q.1) What is the difference between the number of working women and the number of male pensioners in the city?

a) 22500

b) 22400

c) 22300

d) 22000

e) 22330

Q.2) The number of females going to college in the city is what percentage of the total masculine in the city?

a) 15%

b) 18%

c) 20%

d) 17%

e) 19%

Q.3) The total number of children and pensioners is what percentage of working people in the city (Approximately)?

a) 105%

b) 100%

c) 102%

d) 98%

e) 97%

Q.4) What is the ratio between the total school students and the total college students in the city?

a) 5 : 6

b) 4 : 3

c) 3 : 4

d) 6 : 7

e) 7 : 8

Q.5) What is the difference between the number of masculine and number of feminine living in the city?

a) 24800

b) 56900

c) 49800

d) 84500

e) 75600

D.6 – 10) Read the following table carefully and find out the correct answer from the following questions.

The table shows that the top ten nations by medal rank are shown in this medal table in common wealth games 2010. Nations are ranked first by count of gold medals, then silver medals, then bronze medals.

 Rank CGA Gold Silver Bronze 1 Australia (AUS) 74 55 48 2 India (IND) 38 27 36 3 England (ENG) 37 60 45 4 Canada (CAN) 26 17 32 5 Kenya (KEN) 12 11 10 6 South Africa (RSA) 12 11 10 7 Malaysia (MAS) 12 10 13 8 Singapore (SIN) 11 11 9 9 Nigeria (NGR) 11 10 14 10 Scotland (SCO) 9 10 7

Q.6) How many gold medals won by the top 5 nations?

a) 187

b) 162

c) 218

d) 272

e) 274

Q.7) The number of bronze medal won by the last five nations from the list is what percentage of the number of silver medals won by top four nations in the list?

a) 25%

b) 33.33%

c) 22.22%

d) 16.23%

e) 15.45%

Q.8) If the rank will be given by the count of bronze medals, then which of the following country will be placed the fifth position?

a) Malaysia

b) Kenya

c) Nigeria

e) India

Q.9) How many gold medals are given to the top 8 nations from the game?

a) 272

b) 263

c) 259

d) 222

e) 198

Q.10) If the rank will be given by the total number of medals, then which of the following country placed Fifth position?

a) Malaysia

b) Nigeria

c) Kenya

d) South Africa

e) Both Malaysia and Nigeria

D.11-15) Find the approximate value of x

Q.11) 44.89% of 2999.9 + 2349.67 + 29.92% of 4539.9 = x

a) 5242

b) 5432

c) 5062

d) 4922

e) 5122

Q.12)

a) 32

b) 23

c) 19

d) 29

e) 36

Q.13) 4549.8 + 3449.98 + 15% of 3999.67 = x

a) 8600

b) 8200

c) 9200

d) 7800

e) 8000

Q.14) 89.98× 129.68 + 12.9× 149.9 = x

a) 13650

b) 12540

c) 14350

d) 12750

e) 13050

Q.15)

a) 23

b) 19

c) 9

d) 17

e) 13

D.16-20) Find the missing number from the following series.

Q.16) 9, 19, 59, ?, 2090, 22995

a) 249

b) 239

c) 272

d) 298

e) 284

Q.17) 29, 67, 107, 151, 201, ?

a) 282

b) 288

c) 256

d) 264

e) 259

Q.18) 788, 837, 756, 877, 708, ?

a) 943

b) 924

c) 917

d) 933

e) 904

Q.19) ?, 70, 106, 267, 938.5, 4231.25

a) 138

b) 139

c) 140

d) 142

e) 136

Q.20) 798, 1037, 1515, 2232, 3188, ?

a) 4472

b) 4293

c) 4323

d) 4364

e) 4383

### Explanations:

Q.1) b

 Masculine Feminine CHILDREN 42000 25200 67200 SCHOOL 50400 33600 84000 COLLEGE 56000 42000 98000 WORKING 70000 56000 126000 LOOKING JOB 28000 19600 47600 PENSIONERS 33600 28000 61600 280000 204400 484400

Difference = 56000 – 33600 = 22400.

Q.2) a

 Masculine Feminine CHILDREN 42000 25200 67200 SCHOOL 50400 33600 84000 COLLEGE 56000 42000 98000 WORKING 70000 56000 126000 LOOKING JOB 28000 19600 47600 PENSIONERS 33600 28000 61600 280000 204400 484400

Female going to college = 42000

Number of Masculine in the city = 280000

Required percentage =

Q.3) c

 Masculine Feminine CHILDREN 42000 25200 67200 SCHOOL 50400 33600 84000 COLLEGE 56000 42000 98000 WORKING 70000 56000 126000 LOOKING JOB 28000 19600 47600 PENSIONERS 33600 28000 61600 280000 204400 484400

Children and pensioners = 67200 + 61600 = 128800

Working people = 126000

Required percentage =

Q.4) d

 Masculine Feminine CHILDREN 42000 25200 67200 SCHOOL 50400 33600 84000 COLLEGE 56000 42000 98000 WORKING 70000 56000 126000 LOOKING JOB 28000 19600 47600 PENSIONERS 33600 28000 61600 280000 204400 484400

Required ratio = 84000 : 98000

= 6 : 7

Q.5) e

 Masculine Feminine CHILDREN 42000 25200 67200 SCHOOL 50400 33600 84000 COLLEGE 56000 42000 98000 WORKING 70000 56000 126000 LOOKING JOB 28000 19600 47600 PENSIONERS 33600 28000 61600 280000 204400 484400

Difference = 280000 – 204400 =75600.

Q.6) a

 Rank CGA Gold Silver Bronze Total 1 Australia (AUS) 74 55 48 177 2 India (IND) 38 27 36 101 3 England (ENG) 37 60 45 142 4 Canada (CAN) 26 17 32 75 5 Kenya (KEN) 12 11 10 33 6 South Africa (RSA) 12 11 10 33 7 Malaysia (MAS) 12 10 13 35 8 Singapore (SIN) 11 11 9 31 9 Nigeria (NGR) 11 10 14 35 10 Scotland (SCO) 9 10 7 26 Total 242 222 224 688

= 74 + 38 + 37 + 26 + 12 = 187.

Q.7) b

 Rank CGA Gold Silver Bronze Total 1 Australia (AUS) 74 55 48 177 2 India (IND) 38 27 36 101 3 England (ENG) 37 60 45 142 4 Canada (CAN) 26 17 32 75 5 Kenya (KEN) 12 11 10 33 6 South Africa (RSA) 12 11 10 33 7 Malaysia (MAS) 12 10 13 35 8 Singapore (SIN) 11 11 9 31 9 Nigeria (NGR) 11 10 14 35 10 Scotland (SCO) 9 10 7 26 Total 242 222 224 828

Bronze of last five = 10 + 13 + 9 + 14 + 7 = 53

Silver by top four = 55 + 27 + 60 + 17 = 159

Required percentage =

Q.8) c

Australia > England > India > Canada > Nigeria

Q.9) d

 Rank CGA Gold Silver Bronze Total 1 Australia (AUS) 74 55 48 177 2 India (IND) 38 27 36 101 3 England (ENG) 37 60 45 142 4 Canada (CAN) 26 17 32 75 5 Kenya (KEN) 12 11 10 33 6 South Africa (RSA) 12 11 10 33 7 Malaysia (MAS) 12 10 13 35 8 Singapore (SIN) 11 11 9 31 9 Nigeria (NGR) 11 10 14 35 10 Scotland (SCO) 9 10 7 26 Total 242 222 224 828

Total = 242

Last 2 = 20

Then the first 8 nations is = 242 – 20 = 222.

Q.10) e

 Rank CGA Gold Silver Bronze Total 1 Australia (AUS) 74 55 48 177 2 India (IND) 38 27 36 101 3 England (ENG) 37 60 45 142 4 Canada (CAN) 26 17 32 75 5 Kenya (KEN) 12 11 10 33 6 South Africa (RSA) 12 11 10 33 7 Malaysia (MAS) 12 10 13 35 8 Singapore (SIN) 11 11 9 31 9 Nigeria (NGR) 11 10 14 35 10 Scotland (SCO) 9 10 7 26 Total 242 222 224 828

Both Malaysia and Nigeria got 35 medals respectively

Q.11) c

45% of 3000 + 2350 + 30% of 4540 = x

1350+ 2350 +1362 = x

5062 = x

Q.12) d

14 + 38 – 23 = x

29 = x

Q.13) a

4550 + 3450 + 15% of 4000 = x

4550 + 3450 + 600 = x

8600 = x

Q.14) a

90×130 + 13×150 = x

13650 = x

Q.15) e

7 + 9 + 12 – 13 – 2 =x

X= 13

Q.16) d

The series is,

×2+1, ×3+2, ×5+3, ×7+4, ×11+5,

Hence, 298 is the missing number.

Q.17) e

The difference is,

38, 40, 44, 50, 58

2 4 6 8

Hence, 259 is the missing number.

Q.18) d

The difference is,

+49, -81, +121, -169, +225

Hence, 933 is the missing number

Q.19) b

The series is,

×0.5+0.5, ×1.5+1, ×2.5+2, ×3.5+4, ×4.5+8,

Hence, 139 is the missing number

Q.20) e

The difference is,

239, 478, 717, 956, 1195

239 239 239 239

Hence, 4383 is the missing number

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