# SBI Clerk Written Exam 2012: Quantitative Aptitude Solved Question with Explanation

Find here the answers along with the solution to the problems which were asked in the SBI Clerk Written Exam conducted on 3 June 2012

Updated: Jul 7, 2012 14:03 IST

SBI had conducted written exam for the recruitment of clerks on 3 June 2012. Jagranjosh provides here the solved question paper of the Quantitative Aptitude segment  collected from the SBI Clerk Exam paper. All aspirants preparing for different bank jobs can refer to this solved paper on Quantitative Aptitude segment.

It is often seen that aspirants look for explanation of questions as mere provisions of answers do not satiate their desire for learning. Also it is necessary to explain to students how answers can be arrived upon instead of simply providing the answers. It helps in self tutoring. Aspirants can learn techniques of solving a problem by following the step by step solution prepared by jagranjosh at their convenience and by sitting at home.

Candidates interested in bank jobs and are preparing for the upcoming bank recruitment exams can Click here to access the solution to problems of Quantitative Aptitude segment as asked in the SBI Clerk Written Exam 2012.

Q. 97. In how many different ways can the letters of the word 'CREAM' be arranged ?

1. 720
2. 240
3. 360
4. 504
5. None of these

Q. 98. The Circumference of a circle is 792 meters. What will be its radius?

1. 120 meters
2. 133 meters
3. 145 meters
4. 136 meters
5. None of these

Q. 102. What will be the average of the following set of scores?

59, 84, 44, 98, 30, 40, 58

1. 62
2. 66
3. 75
4. 52
5. 59

SBI Clerk Exam Quantitative Aptitude Question Paper- 2012

SBI Clerk Written Exam 2012: Solved Question Paper on Quantitative Aptitude

SBI Clerk Written Exam 2012: Quantitative Aptitude Solved Question with Explanation

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