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## Quant Miscellaneous Questions for SBI Clerk : Set-11

1.Praveen sold a T-shirt at 20% discount and still earned a profit of 37.5%. If it is known that the selling price is Rs. 100 more than 3 times the amount of profit, then what was the profit that Praveen earned by selling the T- shirt?
A  Rs. 125
B  Rs. 210
C  Rs. 150
D  Rs. 200
E  Rs. 120

2.In a class, there are three groups, A, B and C of 4, 3, and 5 students respectively. They are seated at a round table for presentation. What is the probability that all students of each group sit together?

A. 1/1155

B. 42/1155

C. 1/165

D. 13/1155

E. None of these

3.(x+10) men can dig 75% of a tunnel in (x+1) days whereas (x+2) men can complete the entire work in (x+16) days. In how many days can (x + 10) men dig the entire tunnel?

A. 22 days

B. 35 days

C. 62 days

D. 20 days

E. 14 days

4.A person mixed four equal quantities of mixture containing chemicals X and Y in the ratio of 1:4, 2:3, 11:9 and 3:7 respectively. What would be the ratio of chemical X and chemical Y in the resulting mixture?

A  2:5
B  29:51
C  7:11
D  1:3
E  5:12

5.Two people A and B are running some distances. A runs around a circular track and stops after completing one round and B runs straight from one point of the track to another point of the track such that those two points are the farthest possible points on the track. If the radius of the circular track is 42 m and both A and B run at a speed of 6 m/s, then what is the ratio of the time taken by A and B respectively to cover their respective distances?
A  11:4
B  22:7
C  21:11
D  12:19
E   32:5

6. X, Y and Z are three friends. The sum of their ages is 78 years. It is also known that their ages are in arithmetic progression, X being the youngest and Z being the eldest of them. What would be the sum of the ages of Y and Z seven years from now if it is known that the present ages of X and Z are in the ratio of 11:15?
A  65 years
B  72 years
C  70 years
D  58 years
E  None of the above

7.In how many number of ways can the letters of the word ‘LIGHTEN’ be arranged so that there are either 1 or 2 letters between H and N?
A  1840 ways
B  750 ways
C  2160 ways
D  1770 ways
E  2800 ways

8.A car of length 30 m is moving in a particular direction at the speed of 30 kmph. A train is moving in the direction that is same as that of the car and another train is moving in a direction opposite to that of the car. What is the difference between the time taken by them to overtake the car if it is known that the length of both trains is 240 m and the speeds of the train moving in the same direction and the train moving in the opposite direction as the car is 84 kmph and 60 kmph respectively?
A  10.4 seconds
B  4 seconds
C  18 seconds
D  15 seconds
E  7.2 seconds

9.Five cards are randomly drawn from a deck of 52 cards. Calculate the probability of selecting at least 2 kings?

A. 2611/54207

B. 7219/54145

C. 3135/54207

D. 2257/54145

E. 171/2155 