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Arithmetic for IBPS PO/Clerk/SO/Canara Bank PGDBF(December 5, 2018)

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Dear Aspirants,
Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude Section is very important to get the best score in Banking and other competitive exams. Now a day, the questions asked in this section are calculative and time-consuming. Once dealt with proper strategy, speed, and accuracy, this section will definitely award you the maximum marks in the examination. Here is another set of Questions to improve your speed and practice. Make most of it.

1. Md. Arsad left an amount of  ₹340000 to be divided between his two sons ages 10 years and 12 years such that both of them would get an equal amount when each attain 18 years age. What is the share of elder brother if the whole amount was invested at 10% simple interest :

1) 160000

2) 12000

3) 180000

4) 12000

5) 15000

2. A salesman gets commission on total sales at 9%. if the sale is exceeded ₹10000 he gets an additional commission as bonus of 3% on the excess of sales over  ₹10000. If he gets total commission of  ₹1380, then the bonus he received is :

1) 120

2) 480

3) 180

4) 240

5) Data insufficient

3. The number of signals that can be generated by using 5 differently coloured flags, when any number of them may be hoisted at a time is :

1) 235

2) 325

3) 253

4) 352

5) None of these

4. The ratio of petrol and kerosene in the container is 3 : 2. when 10 liters of the mixture is taken out and is replaced by the kerosene, the ratio becomes 2 : 3. The total quantity of the mixture in the container is :

1) 45

2) 25

3) 30

4) 60

5) Can’t be determined

5. Ranjeet earns  3/2 times in January, April, July and October than his average earning of  ₹1200 per month in the  rest of the months. So his savings in the January, April, July and October goes to  5/4 times that of the rest months saving of ₹800 per month in the year. The average expenditure of per month is :

1) 435.33

2) 266.66

3) 480.33

4) 533.33

5) 450

6. An old person forgets the last two digits of a telephone number, remembering only that these are different dailled at random. What is the probability that the number is is dailed correctly

1) 81/91

2) 2/99

3) 1/90

4) 1/99

5) None of these

7. A spherical ball of lead 6 cm in radius is melted and recast into three spherical balls. The radius of two of these balls are 3 cm and 4 cm. What is the radius of the third sphere ?

1) 6 cm

2) 5 cm

3) 4.5 cm

4) 7 cm

5) None of these

8. Raju and Sanju are too close frineds, Raju’s watch gains 1 minute in an hour and Sanju’s watch loses 2 minutes in an hour. Once they set both the watches at 12 : 00 noon, with my correct watch. When will the two incorrect watches of Raju and Sanju show the same time together ?

1) 8 days later

2) 10 days later

3) 12 days later

4) 6 days later

5) Can’t be determined

9. A contractor undertook a project to complete it, in 20 days which needed 5 workers to work continuously for all the days estimated. But before the start of the work the client wanted to complete it earlier than the scheduled time, so the contractor calculated that he needed to increase 5 additional men every 2 days to complete the work in the time the client wanted it. How many men were working on the day the project was completed as per the date of client wanted to complete it ?

1) 20

2) 15

3) 5

4) 10

5) 12

10. Titan sells a wrist watch to a wholesaler making a profit of 10%. The wholeseler in turn, sells it to the retailer making a profit of 10%. A customer purchases it by paying ₹ 990. Thus the profit of retailer is 2 3/11 % . What is the cost incurred by the Titan to product it ?

1) 800

2) 750

3) 768

4) 820

5) 850

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