## IBPS CWE-V PO/MT - Quantitative Aptitude

Common Written Examination for Probationary Officer / Management Trainees - Quantitative Aptitude

1. This Section consists of 35 questions.

2. All questions are compulsory and carry equal marks.

3. Answer the questions quickly and as carefully as you can.

4. Some questions may be difficult and others easy.

5. Do not spend too much time on any question.

6. We recommend the candidates should aim to score atleast 70% questions right out of 35 questions to enable passing.

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Question 1 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 1-5)**

*Study the table and answer the given questions.*

Note

I. Employees of the given companies can be categorized only in three types : Science graduates, Commerce graduates and Arts graduates. II. Few values are missing in the table (indicated by —). A candidate is expected to calculate the missing value, if it is required to answer the given question, on the basis of the given data and information.

**1. What is the difference between the number of Arts graduate employees and Science graduate employees in Company N?**

A | 87 |

B | 89 |

C | 77 |

D | 81 |

E | 73 |

Question 2 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 1-5)**

*Study the table and answer the given questions.*

Note

I. Employees of the given companies can be categorized only in three types : Science graduates, Commerce graduates and Arts graduates. II. Few values are missing in the table (indicated by —). A candidate is expected to calculate the missing value, if it is required to answer the given question, on the basis of the given data and information.

**2. The average number of Arts graduate employees and Commerce graduate employees in Company Q was 312. What was the total number of employees in Company Q?**

A | 920 |

B | 960 |

C | 1120 |

D | 1040 |

E | 1080 |

Question 3 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 1-5)**

*Study the table and answer the given questions.*

Note

I. Employees of the given companies can be categorized only in three types : Science graduates, Commerce graduates and Arts graduates. II. Few values are missing in the table (indicated by —). A candidate is expected to calculate the missing value, if it is required to answer the given question, on the basis of the given data and information.

**3. If the respective ratio between number of Commerce graduate employees and Arts graduate employees in Company M was 10 : 7., what was the number of Arts graduate employees in M?**

A | 294 |

B | 266 |

C | 280 |

D | 308 |

E | 322 |

Question 4 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 1-5)**

*Study the table and answer the given questions.*

Note

I. Employees of the given companies can be categorized only in three types : Science graduates, Commerce graduates and Arts graduates. II. Few values are missing in the table (indicated by —). A candidate is expected to calculate the missing value, if it is required to answer the given question, on the basis of the given data and information.

**4. Total number of employees in Company N increased by 20% from December, 2012 to 2013. If 30% of the total number of employees in Company N in December, 2013 was Science graduates, what was the number of Science graduate employees in Company N in December, 2013?**

A | 224 |

B | 266 |

C | 294 |

D | 252 |

E | 238 |

Question 5 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 1-5)**

*Study the table and answer the given questions.*

Note

I. Employees of the given companies can be categorized only in three types : Science graduates, Commerce graduates and Arts graduates. II. Few values are missing in the table (indicated by —). A candidate is expected to calculate the missing value, if it is required to answer the given question, on the basis of the given data and information.

**5. Total number of employees in Company P was 3 times the total number of employees in Company O. If the difference between number of Arts graduate employees in Company P and that in Company O was 180, what was the total number of employees in Company O?**

A | 1200 |

B | 1440 |

C | 720 |

D | 900 |

E | 1080 |

Question 6 |

**6. A bag contains 6 red balls, 11 yellow balls and 5 pink balls. If two balls are drawn at random from the bag, one after another, what is the probability that first ball is red and the second ball is yellow?**

A | 1/14 |

B | 2/7 |

C | 5/7 |

D | 3/14 |

E | None of these |

Question 7 |

**7. The sum of the radius and height of a cylinder is 19 m. The total surface area of the cylinder is 1672 m221 2, what is the volume of the cylinder?**

A | 3080 m3 |

B | 2940 m3 |

C | 3220 m3 |

D | 2660 m3 |

E | 2800 m3 |

Question 8 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 8 - 12)**

*What will come in place of question mark (?) in the given number series?*

**8. 264 262 271 243 308 ?**

A | 216 |

B | 163 |

C | 194 |

D | 205 |

E | 182 |

Question 9 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 8 - 12)**

*What will come in place of question mark (?) in the given number series?*

**9. 1.5 2.5 7 24 100 ?**

A | 345 |

B | 460 |

C | 525 |

D | 380 |

E | 505 |

Question 10 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 8 - 12)**

*What will come in place of question mark (?) in the given number series?*

**10. 71 78 92 120 ? 288**

A | 160 |

B | 164 |

C | 199 |

D | 208 |

E | 176 |

Question 11 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 8 - 12)**

*What will come in place of question mark (?) in the given number series?*

**11. 17 9 10 16.5 35 ?**

A | 192 |

B | 80 |

C | 114 |

D | 76 |

E | 90 |

Question 12 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 8 - 12)**

*What will come in place of question mark (?) in the given number series?*

**12. 79 39 19 94 ?**

A | 0. 2 |

B | 1.5 |

C | 0.5 |

D | 2 |

E | 1 |

Question 13 |

**13. The respective ratio between the speed of the boat upstream and speed of the boat downstream is 2 : 3. What is the speed of the boat in still water if it covers 42 km downstream in 2 h 20 min?**

A | 13.5 km/h |

B | 15 km/h |

C | 14.5 km/h |

D | 12 km/h |

E | Other than those given as options |

Question 14 |

**14. Present age of Raman is equal to the Meera’s 8 years back age. The ratio between Meera’s and Raman’s age after four years will be 5 : 4. What is the present age of Raman?**

A | 28 yr |

B | 24 yr |

C | 32 yr |

D | 40 yr |

E | 20 yr |

Question 15 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 15-19)**

*What should come at the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?*

**15.**

A | 22 |

B | 24 |

C | 28 |

D | 12 |

E | 18 |

Question 16 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 15-19)**

*What should come at the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?*

**16.**

A | 885 |

B | 725 |

C | 825 |

D | 650 |

E | 675 |

Question 17 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 15-19)**

*What should come at the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?*

**17.**

A | 620 |

B | 580 |

C | 670 |

D | 560 |

E | 520 |

Question 18 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 15-19)**

*What should come at the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?*

**18.**

A | 3650 |

B | 4120 |

C | 4200 |

D | 3225 |

E | 3400 |

Question 19 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 15-19)**

*What should come at the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?*

**19.**

A | 35 |

B | 15 |

C | 25 |

D | 20 |

E | 30 |

Question 20 |

**20. A man sold an article for Rs 6800 and incurred a loss. Had he sold the article for Rs 7850, his gain would have been equal to half of the amount of loss that he incurred. At what price should he sell the article to have 20% profit?**

A | Rs 7500 |

B | Rs 9000 |

C | Rs 8000 |

D | Rs 8500 |

E | Rs 9200 |

Question 21 |

**21. A certain sum is divided among P,Q and R is such a way that P gets Rs 40 more than the 1/2 of the sum. Q gets Rs 120 less than 3/8th of the sum and R gets Rs 200. What is the total sum?**

A | Rs 960 |

B | Rs 850 |

C | Rs 906 |

D | Rs 805 |

E | None of these |

Question 22 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 22-26)**

*In these questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You to solve both the equations and mark the appropriate option.*

**Give answer**

**22.**

A | if x > y |

B | if x < y |

C | if x >= y |

D | if x <= y |

E | if relationship between x and y can not be es tab lished |

Question 23 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 22-26)**

*In these questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You to solve both the equations and mark the appropriate option.*

**Give answer**

**23.**

A | if x > y |

B | if x < y |

C | if x >= y |

D | if x <= y |

E | if relationship between x and y can not be es tab lished |

Question 24 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 22-26)**

*In these questions, two equations numbered I and II are given. You to solve both the equations and mark the appropriate option.*

**Give answer**

**24.**

A | if x > y |

B | if x < y |

C | if x >= y |

D | if x <= y |

E | if relationship between x and y can not be established |

Question 25 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 22-26)**

**Give answer**

**25.**

A | if x > y |

B | if x < y |

C | if x >= y |

D | if x <= y |

E | if relationship between x and y can not be es tab lished |

Question 26 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 22-26)**

**Give answer**

**26.**

A | if x > y |

B | if x < y |

C | if x >= y |

D | if x <= y |

E | if relationship between x and y can not be es tab lished |

Question 27 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 27-31)**

*Refer to the graph and answer the given questions.*

**27. What is the average number of watches sold in Town X in January, February, March and June?**

A | 180 |

B | 190 |

C | 175 |

D | 170 |

E | 185 |

Question 28 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 27-31)**

*Refer to the graph and answer the given questions.*

**28. The number of watches sold in Town Y in April is what percent more than the number of watches sold in Town X in the same month?**

A | 42% |

B | 40% |

C | 30% |

D | 50% |

E | 38% |

Question 29 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 27-31)**

*Refer to the graph and answer the given questions.*

**29. The number of watches sold in Town Y increased by what percent from February to May?**

A | 96% |

B | 92 1/3% |

C | 97% |

D | 91 2/3% |

E | 95 2/3% |

Question 30 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 27-31)**

*Refer to the graph and answer the given questions.*

**30. The number of watches sold in Town X in July was 10% more than the number of watches sold in the same Town in May. What is the respective ratio between the number of watches sold in July and those sold in January in the same town?**

A | 34: 23 |

B | 32: 25 |

C | 31: 20 |

D | 33: 23 |

E | 33: 20 |

Question 31 |

**Directions (Q. Nos. 27-31)**

*Refer to the graph and answer the given questions.*

**31. What is the difference between the total number of watches sold in both the towns together in June and the total number of watches sold in both the towns together in March?**

A | 50 |

B | 90 |

C | 60 |

D | 70 |

E | 80 |

Question 32 |

**32. A tank has two inlets : P and Q. P alone takes 6 hours and Q alone takes 8 hours to fill the empty tank completely when there is no leakage. A leak age was caused which would empty the full tank completely in X hours when no in let is open. Now, when only in let P was opened, it took 15 hours to fill the empty tank completely. How much time will Q alone take to fill the empty tank completely?**

A | 15 h |

B | 10 h |

C | 17 h |

D | 20 h |

E | 28 h |

Question 33 |

**33. At present, the respective ratio between the ages of A and B is 3 : 8 and that between A and C is 1 : 4. Three years ago, the sum of ages of A, B and C will be 83 years. What is the present age of C?**

A | 32 yr |

B | 12 yr |

C | 48 yr |

D | 54 yr |

E | 15 yr |

Question 34 |

**34. The sum invested in Scheme B is thrice the sum invested in Scheme A. Investment in Scheme A is made for 4 years at 8% per annum simple interest and in Scheme B for 2 years at 13% per annum simple interest. The total interest earned from both the schemes is 1320. How much was invested in Scheme A?**

A | Rs 1200 |

B | Rs 1140 |

C | Rs 960 |

D | Rs 1500 |

E | Rs 840 |

Question 35 |

**35. Kim and Om are travelling from point A to B, which are 400 km apart. Travelling at a certain speed Kim takes one hour more than Om to reach point B. If Kim doubles her speed she will take 1 hour 30 min less than Om to reach point B. At what speed was Kim driving from point A to B?**

A | 90 km/h |

B | 70 km/h |

C | 160 km/h |

D | 80 km/h |

E | 100 km/h |

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