IBPS PO Free Mock Test – Quantitative Aptitude
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Free Sectional Mock Test for IBPS PO 2018  Quantitative Aptitude
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IBPS PO Prelims 2018 Sectional Mock Test – Quantitative Aptitude
Number of Questions – 35 Questions
Time Duration – 20 Minute
Level – Easy to Moderate
Language – English
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Question 1 of 35
1. Question
Direction (15) What approximate value will come in place of ‘x’ in the given questions?
Correct
A. 123
Incorrect
A. 123

Question 2 of 35
2. Question
Correct
B. 35
Incorrect
B. 35

Question 3 of 35
3. Question
Correct
B. –120
Incorrect
B. –120

Question 4 of 35
4. Question
Correct
D. 9
Incorrect
D. 9

Question 5 of 35
5. Question
Correct
C. –168
Incorrect
C. –168

Question 6 of 35
6. Question
No. of students (in thousands) who opted for three different specialization during the given five years in a university.
Out of total number of students who opted for the given three subjects, in year 2009 , 38% were girls. How many boys opted for Maths in the same year?
Correct
D. Cannot be determined
We do not know the number of girls in mathematics
Incorrect
D. Cannot be determined
We do not know the number of girls in mathematics

Question 7 of 35
7. Question
No. of students (in thousands) who opted for three different specialization during the given five years in a university.
If the total number of students in the university in the year 2007 was 455030, then the total number of students who opted for the given three subjects were approximately what percent of the total students?
Correct
B. 9%
Incorrect
B. 9%

Question 8 of 35
8. Question
No. of students (in thousands) who opted for three different specialization during the given five years in a university.
What is the total number of students who opted for Hindi and who opted for maths in the years 2006, 2007 and 2009 together?
Correct
E. None of these
Incorrect
E. None of these

Question 9 of 35
9. Question
No. of students (in thousands) who opted for three different specialization during the given five years in a university.
The total number of students who opted for maths in the years 2005 and 2008 together are approximately what percent of the total number of students who opted for all three subjects in same years?
Correct
D. 32%
Incorrect
D. 32%

Question 10 of 35
10. Question
No. of students (in thousands) who opted for three different specialization during the given five years in a university.
What is the respective ratio between the number of students who opted for English in the years 2006 and 2008 together and the number of students who opted for Hindi in the years 2005 and 2009 together?
Correct
A. 11 : 5
Incorrect
A. 11 : 5

Question 11 of 35
11. Question
Tom gave 20% of a certain amount of money to Ali. From the money Ali received, he spent 25% on school fees and 35% on buying school uniform. After the mentioned expenses, Ali had Rs 2800 remaining with him. How much money did Tom have initially?
Correct
B. Rs 35,000 .
Incorrect
B. Rs 35,000 .

Question 12 of 35
12. Question
In a vessel there is 40 litres mixture of milk and water. There is 15% water in the mixture. The milkman sells 10 litres of mixture to a customer and there after adds 12.5 litres of water to the remaining mixture. What is the respective ratio of milk and water in the new mixture?
Correct
B. 3 : 2
After selling 10l of mixture and adding 12.5l of water to the remaining mixture;
Incorrect
B. 3 : 2
After selling 10l of mixture and adding 12.5l of water to the remaining mixture;

Question 13 of 35
13. Question
A dishonest dealer marks up the price of his goods by 20% and gives a discount of 10% to the customer. Besides, he also cheats both his supplier and his buyer by 100 gram while buying or selling 1 kg. Find the percentage profit earned by the shopkeeper.
Correct
C. 32%
Incorrect
C. 32%

Question 14 of 35
14. Question
Uday gave Rs 1200 on loan. Some amount he gave at 4% per annum on simple interest and remaining at 5% per annum on simple interest. After 2 years he got Rs 110 as interest. Then the amounts given at 4% and 5% per annum simple interest are respectively.
Correct
A. Rs 500, Rs 700
Incorrect
A. Rs 500, Rs 700

Question 15 of 35
15. Question
A sum of money is to be distributed among P, Q and R in the ratio 6 : 19 : 7. If R gives Rs 200 from his share to Q, the ratio of P, Q and R becomes 3 : 10 : 3. What is the total sum?
Correct
A. Rs 6400
Incorrect
A. Rs 6400

Question 16 of 35
16. Question
Distance travel by five vehicle (in kms) in five days.
What is the ratio of speed of the vehicle A to B on Tuesday, if they take equal time to travel on Tuesday.
Correct
B. 8 : 7
Incorrect
B. 8 : 7

Question 17 of 35
17. Question
Distance travel by five vehicle (in kms) in five days.
What is the average distance travel by the B on Thursday, D on Monday and E on Friday.
Correct
D. 700
Incorrect
D. 700

Question 18 of 35
18. Question
Distance travel by five vehicle (in kms) in five days.
What is the difference between the total distance travel by C all over days to the distance travel by all vehicle on Wednesday.
Correct
C. 25 km
Distance travel by C all over days
= 740 + 250 + 1150 + 700 + 660 = 3500 km
Distance travel by all vehicle on Wednesday
= 700 + 850 + 1150 + 250 + 525 = 3475 km
Difference = 25 kmIncorrect
C. 25 km
Distance travel by C all over days
= 740 + 250 + 1150 + 700 + 660 = 3500 km
Distance travel by all vehicle on Wednesday
= 700 + 850 + 1150 + 250 + 525 = 3475 km
Difference = 25 km 
Question 19 of 35
19. Question
Distance travel by five vehicle (in kms) in five days.
What is the ratio of distance covered by D from Monday to Wednesday to distance traveller by E form Wednesday to Friday?Correct
E. 200: 373
Incorrect
E. 200: 373

Question 20 of 35
20. Question
Distance travel by five vehicle (in kms) in five days.
By what percent distance travel by D and E on Friday is more or less to the distance travel by A, B and C on Tuesday
Correct
A. 20%
Incorrect
A. 20%

Question 21 of 35
21. Question
X’s age 3 years ago was three times the present age of Y. At present, Z’s age is twice the age of Y. Also Z is 12 years younger than X. What is the present age of Z?
Correct
E. 18 years
Incorrect
E. 18 years

Question 22 of 35
22. Question
The ratio of oil and kerosene in the container is 3 : 2 when 10 litres of the mixture is taken out and is replaced by the kerosene, the ratio becomes 2 : 3. The total quantity of the mixture in the container is –
Correct
B. 30
(i) Mixture is taken out from the container so ratio of oil and kerosene would not be change.
(ii) We are adding kerosene so quantity of oil would constant.
After that new ratio,
Incorrect
B. 30
(i) Mixture is taken out from the container so ratio of oil and kerosene would not be change.
(ii) We are adding kerosene so quantity of oil would constant.
After that new ratio,

Question 23 of 35
23. Question
8 men can complete a piece of work in 20 days. 8 women can complete the same work in 32 days. In how many days will 5 men and 8 women together complete the same work?
Correct
A. 16 days
Incorrect
A. 16 days

Question 24 of 35
24. Question
A certain number of people were supposed to complete a work in 24 days. The work however, took 32 days, since 9 people were absent throughout. How many people were supposed to be working originally?
Correct
C. 36
Incorrect
C. 36

Question 25 of 35
25. Question
A person travels from P to Q at a speed of 40kmph and returns by increasing his speed by 50%. What is his average speed for the entire journey?
Correct
C. 48kmph
Incorrect
C. 48kmph

Question 26 of 35
26. Question
Direction : Given below are two quantities named A and B. Based on the given information, you have to determine the relation between the two quantities. You should use the given data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.
Quantity I: A man deposited Rs. 2250 at 20% per annum compound interest for 2 years. Find the difference between the amount of interest earned on 1^{st} year and on 2^{nd} year.
Quantity II: A man deposited Rs. 600 at 6% simple interest for 3 years. Find the interest earned by the man.
Correct
B – QuantityI < QuantityII
B –
QuantityI < QuantityII
Incorrect
B – QuantityI < QuantityII
B –
QuantityI < QuantityII

Question 27 of 35
27. Question
Quantity I: If LCM and HCF of two numbers is 96 and 8, respectively, find the product of two numbers.
Quantity II: Find the value of (21^{2} + 17^{2}).
Correct
A – QuantityI > QuantityII
Quantity I:
Product of two number = LCM × HCF = 96 × 8 = 768
Quantity II:
(21^{2} + 17^{2}) = 441 + 289 = 730
QuantityI > QuantityII
Incorrect
A – QuantityI > QuantityII
Quantity I:
Product of two number = LCM × HCF = 96 × 8 = 768
Quantity II:
(21^{2} + 17^{2}) = 441 + 289 = 730
QuantityI > QuantityII

Question 28 of 35
28. Question
Quantity I: Abhishek and Pratik together started a business with initial investment of Rs. 1200 and Rs. 1500, respectively. After one year, both increased their investments by 24% and 16%, respectively. If at the end of 2 years, the total profit earned was Rs. 2470, then find the profit share of Abhishek.
Quantity II: Rahul has Rs. 1500 with him. If he gives Rs. 360 to Vikash, then find the amount left with Rahul.
Correct
B – QuantityI < QuantityII
Quantity I:
Total investment of Abhishek = 1200 + 124% of 1200 = 1200 + 1488 = Rs. 2688
Total investment of Pratik = 1500 + 116% of 1500 = 1500 + 1740 = Rs. 3240
Ratio of investment of Abhishek and Pratik = 2688: 3240 = 112: 135
Profit share of Abhishek = (112/247) × 2470 = Rs. 1120
Quantity II:
Amount left with Rahul = 1500 – 360 = Rs. 1140
So, QuantityI < QuantityII
Incorrect
B – QuantityI < QuantityII
Quantity I:
Total investment of Abhishek = 1200 + 124% of 1200 = 1200 + 1488 = Rs. 2688
Total investment of Pratik = 1500 + 116% of 1500 = 1500 + 1740 = Rs. 3240
Ratio of investment of Abhishek and Pratik = 2688: 3240 = 112: 135
Profit share of Abhishek = (112/247) × 2470 = Rs. 1120
Quantity II:
Amount left with Rahul = 1500 – 360 = Rs. 1140
So, QuantityI < QuantityII

Question 29 of 35
29. Question
Quantity I: An article was sold at 26% profit to Amit and same article was sold at 9% loss to Sumit. If the total profit earned from both Amit and Sumit was Rs. 374, then find the cost price of the article.
Quantity II: Rahul sold an article to Rohan at 25% profit while Rohan sold the same article to Manish at 10% profit. If Rahul had bought the article at Rs. 1600, then find the price at which Manish had bought the article.
Correct
D – QuantityI = QuantityII or No relation
Quantity I:
Let the cost price of the article be Rs. ‘x’.
So, 0.26x – 0.09x = 374
0.17x = 374, x = 2200
So, cost price of the article = Rs. 2200
Quantity II:
The price at which Manish had bought the article = 110% of 125% of 6400 = Rs. 2200
So, QuantityI = QuantityII
Incorrect
D – QuantityI = QuantityII or No relation
Quantity I:
Let the cost price of the article be Rs. ‘x’.
So, 0.26x – 0.09x = 374
0.17x = 374, x = 2200
So, cost price of the article = Rs. 2200
Quantity II:
The price at which Manish had bought the article = 110% of 125% of 6400 = Rs. 2200
So, QuantityI = QuantityII

Question 30 of 35
30. Question
Quantity I: A cylinder of height 16 cm and radius 9 cm is painted using paint. If cost of painting per cm^{2} is Rs. 4, then find the total cost of painting the total surface area of the whole cylinder. (Use π = 3)
Quantity II: A square field of side 42 m has been sodded at the rate of Rs. 3 per m^{2}. Find the total cost of sodding the field.
Correct
A – QuantityI > QuantityII
Quantity I:
Total cost of painting = 2 × 3 × 9 × (9 + 16) × 4 = Rs. 5400
Quantity II:
Total cost = 42 × 42 × 3 = Rs. 5292
QuantityI > QuantityII
Incorrect
A – QuantityI > QuantityII
Quantity I:
Total cost of painting = 2 × 3 × 9 × (9 + 16) × 4 = Rs. 5400
Quantity II:
Total cost = 42 × 42 × 3 = Rs. 5292
QuantityI > QuantityII

Question 31 of 35
31. Question
What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
2, 11, 36, 85, ?, 287
Correct
B. 166
Incorrect
B. 166

Question 32 of 35
32. Question
7, 18, 17, 28, ?, 38
Correct
C. 27
Incorrect
C. 27

Question 33 of 35
33. Question
5, 26, 17, 124, ?, 342
Correct
A. 37
Incorrect
A. 37

Question 34 of 35
34. Question
8, 50, 295, 1471, 5881, ?
Correct
B. 17641
Incorrect
B. 17641

Question 35 of 35
35. Question
10, 11, 8, 13, 6, 15, ?
Correct
A. 4
Incorrect
A. 4
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