# New Pattern High Level Quantitative Aptitude Questions and Answers for SBI PO 2020, IBPS PO, IBPS RRB PO, SBI Clerk, IBPS Clerk for Free at Smartkeeda

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1
Narayan and Amit are studying in DAV and DPS Agra respectively. They appeared in TET Exam and PET exam respectively conducted by Government of UP. Narayan got 80 marks in English out of 100 marks and Amit got 95 marks out of 150 marks. Narayan got 75 marks in Mental Ability and Amit got 70 marks out of 100 marks. In social science Narayan got 50 marks and Amit got 65 marks out of 100 marks. Narayan got 37 marks in Science out of 50 marks but Amit got 17 marks in same subject out of 25 marks. Find the difference between their percentage marks. Also calculate what percentage is this difference between them compared to Amit's percentage score? If passing percentage according to mean aggregate marks in both the exam was 68%, then find who passed and who failed?
» Explain it
C
Mean aggregate percentage marks of Narayan in TET Exam

 = Total marks obtained by Narayan × 100 Total marks of TET Exam

 = 80 + 75 + 50 + 37 × 100 100 + 100 + 100 + 50

 = 242 × 100 = 69.14% 350

Mean aggregate percentage marks of Amit in PET Exam

 = Total marks obtained by Amit × 100 Total marks of PET Exam

 = 95 + 70 + 65 + 17 × 100 150 + 100 + 100 + 25

 = 247 × 100 = 65.87% 375

Difference in Mean aggregate percentage marks = (69.14 – 65.87) = 3.27%

Difference between mean aggregate marks of Amit expressed as a % of Amit's score
 = 3.27 × 100 = 4.96% 65.87

Narayan got 69.14% and Amit got 65.87% mean aggregate percentage marks and pass percentage was 68%, so Narayan passed in the TET exam but Amit failed in the PET exam.

Hence option C is correct.

2
Anand goes to the market and buys a certain articles at a certain price and sells at 10% profit. Had his brother Srinath gone to the market, being a much better businessman, he would have purchased the article for 10% less and sold it for Rs 25. More than Anand sold at thereby making a profit of 50% in the deal. What is Anand’s cost price.
» Explain it
B
Let the cost price of Anand is x

Anand’s profit = 10%

⇒ Selling Price of Anand = 110% of x = 1.1x

Now, as Srinath buys 10% less than Anand

⇒ Srinath’s cost price = 90% of x = 0.9x

Selling Price of Srinath is Rs. 25 more than that of Anand

⇒ Srinath’s selling price = 1.1x + 25

According to question,

Srinath’s profit = 50%
 SP = 100 + P% × CP 100

1.1x + 25 = 1.5 × (0.9x)

25 = 1.35x – 1.1x

25 = 0.25x   ⇒ x = 100

Hence cost price of Anand is Rs. 100

Hence, option B is correct.

3
Two inlet pipes X and Y can separately fill a tank in 10 min and 5 min, respectively, and a outlet pipe Z can carry off 12 liters per min. If all the pipes are opened when the tank is full, it is emptied in 1 hour. What is the capacity of the tank?

» Explain it
A
Assume capacity of tank is ‘C’ liters.

Tank is emptied in one hour, it means that both the inlet pipes and outlet pipe are active for one hour.

Pipe X can file one tank in 10 min.

Hence, water filled by pipe X in one hour = Equivalent to (60/10 = 6) tanks = 6 × C

Also, water filled by pipe Y in one hour = Equivalent to (60/5 = 12) tanks = 12 × C

So, both the pipes together have filled in water

= equivalent to (6+12=18 ) tanks = 18 × C

Initially tank is full.
So, total water carry out by leakage in one hour= Water filled by pipes X and Y + initially the tank was full = 18 × C + C = 19 × C

According to question,

19 × C = 12 litres/min

 So, C = 12 × 60 = 37.89 litres 19

Hence, option A is correct.
4
A civil engineer make a blue print of purposed hotel room of cuboid shape thrice its height, twice its breadth and one and a half times its length are all equal. Further he make some correction, if length was tripled and its other twodimensions were each decreased by 200/3% its total surface area would?
» Explain it
C

Hence, option C is correct.
5
Roman lent a sum for a year, Shyam lent for two years and Shruti lent for three years. Each sum was lent at 4% (per annum) p.a compound interest. If each sum amounted to the same value, what is the ratio of the values of the Roman’s sum, Shyam’s sum and shruti’s sum?
» Explain it
A
Let the Roman’s sum, Shyam’s sum and Shruti’s sums be X, Y and Z respectively.

Each sum amounted to the same value.

 X [ 1 + ( 4 )] = Y [ 1 + ( 4 )] 2 = Z [ 1 + ( 4 )] 3 = A (Say) 100 100 100

 X : Y : Z = A : A : A (1.04) (1.04)2 (1.04)3

 X : Y : Z = A : A : A (26/25) (26/25)2 (26/25)3

(25/26) : (625/676) : (625/676) × (25/26) = 676 : 650 : 625

Hence, option A is correct.
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