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Welcome to Quantitative Aptitude Test for SBI Prelims - Maths 4

Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follow:

A company produced five different products viz. mobile phone, pen drive, calculators, televisions and washing machines. Total number of all the five products is 1650. 24% of the total number of products is mobile phones. One-sixth of the total number of products is pen drives. 14% of the total number of products is calculators. Remaining products are either television or washing machine. Number of washing machine is 50 more than the number of television produced.

Q.1 What is the difference between the total number of televisions and mobile phones together and the number of calculators produced?
Q.2 Number of televisions produced is approximately, what percent of the total number of calculators and washing machines produced together?
Q.3 What is the total number of pen drives, calculators and washing machines produced by the company?
Q.4 What is the respective ratio between the number of washing machines and the number of calculators produced by the company?
Q.5 If 24% of the numbers of pen drives are defective, what is the number of pen drives which are not defective?
Directions (6-10): In each of the following questions a number is missing. Study the pattern of the questions and answer complete the series

Q.6 15, 15, 23, 43, ?
Q.7 34, 35.4, 38.2, 43.8, ?
Q.8 8, 41, 279, 2223, ?
Q.9 2, 12, 27, 52, ?
Q.10 6, 37, 184, 737, ?
Q.11 In the centre of the square room with side 10 metre, there is a square piece of turkey carpet, and the rest of the floor is covered with oil cloth. The carpet and the oil cloth cost Rs. 15 and Rs. 6.50 per square metre respectively. If the total cost of the carpet and the oil cloth is Rs. 1338.50, then the width of the oil cloth border (approx) is?
Q.12 Six boys and six girls sit at random in a row. The probability of all the girls sitting sitting together is?
Q.13 Two pipes running together will fill a cistern in 6 2/3 minutes. If one pipe, runs, for a minute less abd the other pipe, runs for 2 minutes more, then they will fill the cistern in 7 minutes. In what time the cistern will be filled by each pipe running alone?
Directions (14-18): What approximate value would come in place of the question mark (?) in the questions given below:

Q.14 38421 ÷ (432 ÷ 144) = (?)2
Q.15 √359 × 19.98 + 4038 ÷ √9 = ?
Q.16 3 4/ ÷ 6 1/5 + 3 2/10 x 5 1/8 = ?
Q.17 14.02 × 16.76 - 8.99 × 12.03 = ?
Q.18 √13.69 + √0.1369 + √0.001369 = ?
Q.19 Jeevan and Naveen, two friends live at two extreme ends of a road. Jeevan takes 20 minutes to go to Naveen’s place, whereas it takes Naveen 24 minutes to reach Jeevan’s house. On a Sunday, they start exactly at 9:00 AM from their respective houses to go to each other’s house. At what time will they meet each other on the way?
Q.20 An orange vender makes a profit of 20% by selling oranges at a certain price. If he charges Rs. 1.2 higher per orange he would gain 40%. Find the original price at which he sold an orange.
Directions (21-23): Each question is followed by two statements, (A) and (B). Answer each question using the following instructions

Q.21 What is the value of u2—v?

(A) U2 + v2 = 5 and u4 –v4= 6
(B) U + v = 7 and uv = 2
Q.22 Find the shopkeeper’s gain on salt

(A) The selling price of salt is Rs. 10 per kg and that of pulses is Rs. 8 per kg
(B) The shopkeeper makes a total profit of Rs. 4 on selling 1 kg each of salt and pulses
Q.23 The average age of a class is 16 years. What is the number of students in the class?

(A) The age of the youngest and the oldest students is 13 years and 19 years respectively
(B) The exclusion of the youngest and the oldest student does not change the average of the class
Directions (24-28): A college stores data on students, showing their gender and performance, on a computer disk. Due to virus, some of the data is lost and only the following could be recovered.

However, an expert committee arrived at the following conclusions:

(I) One-third of the male students were average
(II) 40% of the students were female
(III) Half of the total number of students were excellent

Q.24 The number of male good students is?
Q.25 The number of female good students is?
Q.26 The ratio of female good students to male average students is?
Q.27 What fraction of total excellent students are female excellent students?
Q.28 The number of female excellent students is?
Q.29 The total number of students in the three classes of a school is 333. The number of students in classes I and II are in the ratio 3:5 and those in the classes II and III are in the ratio 7:11. Find the number of students in the class with the maximum students.
Q.30 A certain sum of money amounts to Rs. 704 in 2 years and Rs. 800 in 5 years. Find the principal.
Directions (31-35): Find the value that comes in place of the question mark (?)

Q.31 1859/? = ?/275
Q.32 648 × 18 × ? = 104980
Q.33 ?% of 650 + 40% of 525 = 275
Q.34 4003 × 77 – 21015 = ? × 116
Q.35 7.8% of 275 + 3.2% of 155 = 1% of?

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