SBI 20-20Online Test Series Quantitative Aptitude Test For IBPS PO 2016 – 2 By Bank Wale Babu - September 23, 2016 0 1125 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter tweet This test consists of 35 questions to be solved in 25 minutes. Each question carries 1 mark. Every question answered wrongly, carries 1/4^{th} negative marking. Welcome to Quantitative Aptitude Test For IBPS PO 2016 - 2 Name Email Phone Number Q.1 A servant was engaged for Rs.80 per year and a ring. He served for 9 months and received the ring and Rs.50. The price of the ring is? Rs.50 Rs.40 Rs.80 Rs.10 Rs.55Q.2 A can build a wall in the same time in which B and C together can do it. If A and B together could do it in 10 days & C alone in 15 days, in what time could B alone do it? 30 days 24 days 60 days 27 days 50 daysQ.3 There are two qualities of milk – Amul and Vijaya having different prices per litre, their volumes being 130 litres and 180 litres respectively. After an equal amount of milk was removed from both, the milk removed from Amul was added to Vijaya and vice-versa. The resulting two types of milk now have the same price per litre. The amount of milk drawn out from each type of milk is? 58.66 litres 75.48 litres 81.23 litres 72.43 58.63Q.4 In a particular laboratory experiment, a type of bacteria was found to triple in two minutes. What is the approximate percent increase per minute of the bacteria? 75% 66% 73% 70% 68%Q.5 Two pipes can separately fill a tank in 20 hrs and 30 hrs respectively. Both the pipes are opened to fill the tank, but when the tank is 1/3^{rd} full; a leak develops in the tank through which 1/3^{rd} of the water supplied by both the pipes leaks out. What is the total time taken to fill the tank? 10 hrs 18 hrs 14 hrs 20 hrs 16 hrsDirections: Simplify the following questions and find the value of ‘?’ Q.6 (18 × 8 + 7 × 8)/? = √25 64 8 2 4 16Directions: Simplify the following questions and find the value of ‘?’ Q.7 11 3/3 × 4 5/5=(?)² - 4 2 10 16 6 8Directions: Simplify the following questions and find the value of ‘?’ Q.8 [(25% of 648 + 15% of 850)+0.5] ÷ 2 = 5(?) 29 162 72.5 201 45Directions: Simplify the following questions and find the value of ‘?’ Q.9 676 ÷ 25 325 = 52(?)^{2} 169 15 13 150 225Directions: Simplify the following questions and find the value of ‘?’ Q.10 (16 ×36)/8² = ?/3² 27 81 9 45 3Q.11 A farmer bought some mules at Rs.50 each, sheep at Rs.40 each, goats at Rs.25 each and pigs at 1 2 3 5 Can’t be determinedQ.12 The probability that A can solve the problem is 2/3 and B can solve is 3/4. If both of them attempt the problem, then what is the probability that the problem gets solved? 1/2 3/11 11/12 7/12 5/12Q.13 The ratio of the father’s age to son’s age is 4:1. The product of their ages is 196. What will be the ratio of their ages after 5 years? 4:11 5:7 11:4 8:11 11:8Direction: The following table shows particulars regarding the members and the number of books issued to them in December 1992 in a city. Refer to the following to answer the questions that follow: Q.14 The maximum ratio of the number of novels issued to the number of members in a class is nearly. 9.44 5.35 6.32 7.43 8.44Direction: The following table shows particulars regarding the members and the number of books issued to them in December 1992 in a city. Refer to the following to answer the questions that follow: Q.15 The average number of books issued to any one member is nearly the average number of novels issued to any member of class. A B C D Both A & DDirection: The following table shows particulars regarding the members and the number of books issued to them in December 1992 in a city. Refer to the following to answer the questions that follow: Q.16 The number which is five times the excess of the total number of books issued to C class members over the total number of books issued to A class members is most nearly the number denoting the total number of. members sports magazine issued novels issued other books issued total books issuedDirection: The following table shows particulars regarding the members and the number of books issued to them in December 1992 in a city. Refer to the following to answer the questions that follow: Q.17 If the number of novels issued to the classes C and D were treated as Sports Magazine to these two classes, with no issue of novels to them, then the total number of Sports Magazine issued to the members of all classes, as a percentage of the total number of novels and other books issued to the members of all classes, is. 54.3% 60.4% 50.7% 57% 67%Direction: The following table shows particulars regarding the members and the number of books issued to them in December 1992 in a city. Refer to the following to answer the questions that follow: Q.18 The sum of the average of the total number of books issued to the members of the different classes is nearly …… times the average of the total number of all the books issued to the members of all classes. 3.6 5.6 7.7 6.3 4.7Q.19 When a surveyor moves along the periphery of a rectangular field at a constant rate, it takes him thrice as long to move along one edge as compared to the other. If the area of the field is 2700 m^{2, }then what is the cost of fencing it along the boundary @ Rs.16/m? Rs.1890 Rs.2540 Rs.1920 Rs.960 Rs.3840Q.20 The speed of sound in air is 330 m/sec. Suppose that a police car is sounding its siren & is driving towards a man in opposite direction at 60kmph. At what speed is the sound of the siren approaching the man? 1516 kmph 1248 kmph 2496 kmph 151.6 kmph 124.8 kmphDirections: Find the missing number in the following series? Q.21 15 28 53 102 ? 392 151 173 193 159 199Directions: Find the missing number in the following series? Q.22 65 ? 29 21 17 15 43 36 54 39 40Directions: Find the missing number in the following series? Q.23 549 ? 29 11 7 9 343 111 52 286 9Directions: Find the missing number in the following series? Q.24 16 9 10 ? 33 83.5 20 8 41 36 16Directions: Find the missing number in the following series? Q.25 12 72 360 1440 4320 ? 8742 8646 8640 8728 8766Directions: Solve the Quadratic equations below and mark the answer that follows; Give answer (a) If x > y Give answer (b) If x ≥ y Give answer (c) If x < y Give answer (d) If x ≤ y Give answer (e) If x = y or if no relationship can be established Q.26 4x^{2}-5x+1=0 y^{2}-2y+1=0 a b c d eDirections: Solve the Quadratic equations below and mark the answer that follows; Give answer (a) If x > y Give answer (b) If x ≥ y Give answer (c) If x < y Give answer (d) If x ≤ y Give answer (e) If x = y or if no relationship can be established Q.27 x^{2}+5x+6=0 y^{2}+7y+12=0 a b c d eDirections: Solve the Quadratic equations below and mark the answer that follows; Give answer (a) If x > y Give answer (b) If x ≥ y Give answer (c) If x < y Give answer (d) If x ≤ y Give answer (e) If x = y or if no relationship can be established Q.28 10x^{2}+33x+27=0 25y^{2}+95y+90=0 a b c d eDirections: Solve the Quadratic equations below and mark the answer that follows; Give answer (a) If x > y Give answer (b) If x ≥ y Give answer (c) If x < y Give answer (d) If x ≤ y Give answer (e) If x = y or if no relationship can be established Q.29 x^{2}-2x-24=0 y^{2}-6y-16=0 a b c d eDirections: Solve the Quadratic equations below and mark the answer that follows; Give answer (a) If x > y Give answer (b) If x ≥ y Give answer (c) If x < y Give answer (d) If x ≤ y Give answer (e) If x = y or if no relationship can be established Q.30 30x^{2}-112x+98=0 20y^{2}-126y+36=0 a b c d eDirections: Read the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow: Q.31 What is the amount spent by the company on Advertisement? Rs.4300 Rs.8600 Rs.6600 Rs.7200 Rs.9800Directions: Read the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow: Q.32 What is the total amount spent by the company on Lunch, Electricity bill & Taxes together? Rs.25200 Rs.50500 Rs.16500 Rs.65000 Rs.42550Directions: Read the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow: Q.33 What is the respective ratio of amount spent by company on Salary to the amount spent on Telephone bill? 19:23 13:17 23:10 18:23 17:25Directions: Read the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow: Q.34 The amount invested by the company in Transport forms what percent of amount spent on Taxes? 101.75% 68.25% 125% 81.25% 96.75%Directions: Read the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow: Q.35 The total amount spent by the company on advertisement and lunch together forms approx. what percent of the amount spent on salary? 125% 96% 148% 153% 49%Hit "Submit" to see your score. 4 (80%) 2 votes PreviousEnglish Language For IBPS PO 2016 - 2 NextReasoning Ability Test For IBPS PO 2016 – 2