# Important Aptitude Questions for IBPS Clerk Mains Exam

# Important Aptitude Questions for IBPS Clerk Mains Exam

Dear Banking Aspirant,

Aptitude section is one of the scoring part in the recently over IBPS CLERK Prelims Exam 2017 and also the IBPS CLERK MAINS Examination 2017. So this could be a major breakthrough for your scores in the exams, so concentrating more on this topic will lead you to score more in this particular section where the time is needed when compared to the other sections.

We are providing daily questions based on various topics from the Aptitude section and you can practice the same to score more in the forthcoming exams.

D 1-5) Find out the missing number from the following questions.

Q.1) 11 23 71 287 ? 8639.

a) 1348

b) 1457

c) 1439

d) 1479

e) 1569

Q.2) 7 10 25 60 123 ?

a) 242

b) 262

c) 232

d) 252

e) 222

Q.3) 4 2 2 ? 16 128

a) 2

b) 4

c) 6

d) 8

e) 10

Q.4) 3 11 31 69 131 ?

a) 183

b) 652

c) 456

d) 223

e) 329

Q.5) 13 28 ? 352 1765 10596

a) 67

b) 77

c) 87

d) 97

e) 107

Q.6) Ravi and Krishna had equal share in a bunch of 72 pens. In distribution of pens, while Ravi took 32 pens from the bunch, Krishna took 40 pens and paid Ravi Rs.280 for the extra pens that he has taken. The cost of each pen is:

a) Rs.40

b) Rs.70

c) Rs.60

d) Rs.50

e) Can’t be determined

Q.7) The monthly incomes of A and B are in the ratio 3 : 4 and their monthly expenses are in the ratio of 2 : 3.If each of them saves Rs.800 per month, then the monthly income of B is?

a) 1200

b) 1600

c) 2000

d) 2400

e) 3200

Q.8) At the time of marriage the wife was 6 years younger than her husband. 12 years after their marriage, her age was th of her husband. What was the husband’s age at time of their marriage?

a) 20

b) 18

c) 22

d) 24

e) 28

Q.9) A shopkeeper bought 400 pens and 900 pencils for Rs 13,400. If he sells the pens at 10% profit and the pencils at 20% profit, he earns a total profit of Rs 1,880. The cost of a pen is Rs?

a) 15

b) 20

c) 25

d) 18

e) 16

Q.10) In a group of 120 persons, 40% of them spend Rs.70 each, 20% of them spend Rs.65 each and the overall average spending is Rs.68. Find the remaining persons average spending.

a) 67.5

b) 66.5

c) 65.5

d) 68.5

e) 69.5

**Answers:**

1 | C |

2 | E |

3 | B |

4 | D |

5 | C |

6 | B |

7 | E |

8 | D |

9 | B |

10 | A |

**Explanation:**

Q.1)c.

Q.2)e.

Differences are 3 15 35 63 99

Alternate method:

7 10 25 60 123 222

3 15 35 63 99

(1×3) (3×5) (5×7) (7×9) (9×11)

Q.3)b.

Q.4)d

Q.5)c

Q.6) b

Total pens = 32 + 40 = 72

Equal share, so share of each =

Cost paid for extra pens = 36 – 32 = 4 pens

4pens = Rs.280

1 pen = 70

Q.7) e

Income ratio = 3x : 4x

Expenditure ratio

Savings of A = 3x-2y=800 —– (1)

Savings of B =4x-3y=800 —– (2)

Income of B

(Alternate method)

Income ratio 3x:4x

Rs.800 each savings

Expenditure=

Given

B’s monthly income=

Q.18) d

12 years hence ratio of wife to husband = 5 : 6

Ratio difference = 1 ratio = 6years

Husband’s age (12 years hence) = 6 ratio = 36 years

At the time of marriage = 36 – 12 years = 24years

(Alternate method)

Let husband’s age be H and wife age be W

(W+18)

Q.19) b

C.P of pen = x and C.P of Pencil = y

400x+900y=13400—–(1)

40x+180y=1880—–(2)

Solving both the equations, we get x=20 and y= 6

Therefore the cost of a pen is Rs.20.

Q.20)a