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Solved Practice Question Set on Quantitative Aptitude for IBPS PO Exam 2013: Set 1

Jul 11, 2013 16:10 IST

    Here you find a set of questions on Quantitative Aptitude. Solve the set of Question on Quantitative Aptitude and analyse how well you are prepared for the IBPS Bank PO Exam 2013 Scheduled to be held on 19 October 2013, 20 October 2013, 26 October 2013, or 27 October 2013

    Take the test now to further enhance your preparation.

    1. Kamya purchased an item of Rs. 46,000 and sold it at loss of 12 per cent. With that amount she purchased another item and sold it at a gain of 12 per cent. What was her overall gain/loss?

    (A) Loss of Rs. 662.40

     (B) Profit of Rs. 662.40

    (C) Loss of Rs. 642.80

    (D) Profit Rs. 642.80

    (E) None of these

    2. The sum of six consecutive even numbers of set-A is 402. What is the sum of another set-B of four consecutive numbers whose lowest number is 15 less than double the lowest number of set- A?

    (A) 444   

    (B) 442

    (C) 440   

     (D) 446

    (E) None of these

    3. Call rate of a sim company-A is 1 paisa for every 3 seconds. Another sim company-B charges 45 paisa per minute. A man talked 591 seconds from Sim Company-A and 780 seconds from sim company-B. What would be the total amount he spent?

    (A) Rs. 7.80

    (B) Rs. 7.40

    (C) Rs. 7.46

    (D) Rs. 7.82

    (E) Rs. 8.46

    4. A 280 metre long train moving with an average speed of 108 km/hr crosses a platform in 12 seconds. A man crosses the same platform in 10 seconds. What is the speed of the man in meter / second?

    (A) 5 m/s

    (B) 8 m/s

    (C) 12 m/s

    (D) Cannot be determined

    (E) None of these

    5. The ratio between the three angles of a quadrilateral is 13 : 9 : 5 respectively. The value of the fourth angle of the quadrilateral is 36°. What is the difference between the largest and the second smallest angles of the quadrilateral?

    (A) 104°   

    (B) 108°

    (C) 72°   

    (D) 96°

    (E) None of these

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