 Important Quant Miscellaneous Questions for SBI PO/ Clerk 2018 : Set-19

## Important Quant Miscellaneous Questions

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## Quant Miscellaneous Questions for SBI PO/Clerk: Set-17

1.The cost price of a book is Rs. 620. The shopkeeper sells the book at a profit of 15%. If the marked price of the book is Rs. 975 then find the difference between the selling price and the marked price of the book.

A Rs. 245
B Rs. 262
C Rs. 284
D Rs. 289
E Rs. 277

B. Rs. 262

Selling price of the book = 115% of 620 = Rs. 713

Required difference = 975 – 713 = Rs. 262

2.The distance between point A and point B is 370 km. Tanmay takes 5 hours to reach point B from point A. If he increased his speed by 18.5 km/h then in how much time will he reach point B from point A?

A 3 hours 30 minutes
B 4 hours
C 4 hours 20 minutes
D 3 hours
E 3 hours 15 minutes

B. 4 hours 3.The perimeter of a rectangular park is 142 m. If the difference between the length and the breadth of the park is 9 m then find the area of the rectangular park.

A 1152 m2
B 1428 m2
C 1140 m2
D 1240 m2
E 1320 m2

D. 1240 m2

Let, the breadth of the park = x m

Then, the length of the park = (x + 9) m

So, 2 * (x + x + 9) = 142

=>2 * (2x + 9) = 142

=>4x + 18 = 142

=>4x = 142 – 18

=>4x = 124

=>x = 31

Therefore, the breadth of the park = 31 m

And, the length of the park = 40 m

So, area of the park = 40 * 31 = 1240 m2

4.Ganesh, Mahesh, and Shiv together can do a work in 4 days. Ganesh alone does the work in 12 days while Mahesh alone does the work in 10 days. In how many days will Shiv alone do the work?

A 18 days
B 15 days
C 12 days
D 20 days
E 16 days

B. 15 days 5.The curved surface area of a cylinder is 2112 cm2. If the radius of the cylinder is 21 cm then find the total surface area of the cylinder.

A 4770 cm2
B 4624 cm2
C 4884 cm2
D 4545 cm2
E 4960 cm2

C. 4884 cm2 6.A man draws 3 cards randomly from a well-shuffled deck of cards. What will be the probability that at least 2 cards are diamonds?

A 32/63
B 16/33
C 4/9
D 64/425
E None of the above

D. 64/425 7.A can do a piece of work in 12 days, while B and C together can complete the work in 8 days. If A and C together can complete the work in 6 days, then find the time taken by B alone to complete half the work.

A 8 days
B 12 days
C 6 days
D 9 days
E None of these

B. 12 days

Let, the total work be LCM of (12, 8 and 6) = 24 units

Number of units of work completed by A alone in one day = 24 ÷ 12 = 2 units

Number of units of work completed by B and C together in one day = 24 ÷ 8 = 3 units

Number of units of work completed by A and C together in one day = 24 ÷ 6 = 4 units

Number of units of work completed by C alone in one day = 4 – 2 = 2 units

Number of units of work completed by B alone in one day = 3 – 2 = 1 unit

Required time taken to complete half the work = (24 ÷ 2) ÷ 1 = 12 days

8.A sold a product to B after giving a discount of 20%. If B sold the product to C at a profit of 10% for Rs. 792, then find the marked price of the product.

A Rs. 1000
B Rs. 880
C Rs. 950
D Rs. 900
E None of these

D. Rs. 900

CPB × 1.1 = 792

CPB = Rs.720

CP= SPA = Rs.720

MPA = 720 ÷ 0.8 = Rs.900

9.A man cycles 12 km from point X to point Y in the west direction at a speed of 9 km/hr and then turns left and covers some distance from point Y to point Z at the speed of 12 km/hr. If the shortest distance between X and Z is 20 km then, find the total time taken to cover the distance from X-to-Y-to-Z.

A 2 hours 30 minutes
B 1 hour 50 minutes
C 2 hours 40 minutes
D 3 hours 10 minutes
E None of these

C. 2 hours 40 minutes 10.A cylindrical closed container of radius 12 cm and height 7 cm is placed above a cubical box of side 12 cm to form a toy. What is the cost of painting the outer surface area of the toy, if the rate of painting is Rs. 2.5/cm2? [Use π = 3]

A Rs. 4860
B Rs. 3640
C Rs. 2860
D Rs. 3540
E None of these

A. Rs. 4860

Curved surface area of the toy = (2πrh + 2πr2) + (5a2 – a2)

= 2 × 3 × 12 × 7 + 2 × 3 × 122 + (5 × 122 – 122)

= 504 + 864 + 4 × 144 = 1944 cm2

Cost of painting the toy = 2.5 × 1944 = Rs. 4860

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