Tuesday, 28 April 2015

SBI PO Quantitative Aptitude Quiz -12

Direction (Q. 1 - 5): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below:

Monthly Expenditure (in thousands) by five people on Rent, Food, Children’s Education, clothes and Travelling

Expenditureclip_image002People clip_image004

Rent

Food

Children’s Education

Clothes

Travelling

A

12.5

7.5

6.52

3.30

4.72

B

16.0

8.55

8.38

2.75

5.86

C

13.8

11.40

12.60

6.30

9.30

D

9.65

17.80

9.95

8.40

7.85

E

14.5

9.00

10.25

3.90

5.42

1. What is the total monthly expenditure made by D on rent, B on clothes and E on travelling together?

(1) Rs. 18,720 (2) Rs. 1,78,200 (3) Rs. 17,800 (4) Rs. 1,84,720 (5) None of these

2. What is the average monthly expenditure on food by all the people together?

(1) Rs. 1,08,500 (2) Rs. 10,850 (3) Rs. 54,250 (4) Rs. 52,450 (5) None of these

3. Whose monthly expenditure on all the heads together is the lowest among them?

(1) A (2) B (3) C (4) D (5) E

4. If the monthly expenditure of C on children's education is increased by 5%, then what will be his yearly expenditure on children's education?

(1) Rs. 1,58,760 (2) Rs. 15,87,600 (3) Rs. 13,230 (4) Rs. 1,32,300 (5) None of these

5. What is the respective ratio between the monthly expenditure made by A on travelling and the monthly expenditure made by D on clothes?

(1) 57 : 105 (2) 105 : 59 (3) 37 : 103 (4) 59 : 105 (5) None of these

Direction (6 - 10): Study the following pie-chart carefully to answer these questions:

Percentagewise Distribution of Players Who Play Five Different Sports

Total Players are 4200 out of which Female Players are equal to 2000

Total Players = 4200 Percentage of Players who play different sports

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6. What is the average number of players (both male and female) who play football and rugby together?

(1) 620 (2) 357 (3) 230 (4) 630 (5) None of these

7. What is the difference between the number of the female players who play lawn tennis and the number of male players who play rugby?

(1) 94 (2) 84 (3) 220 (4) 240 (5) None of these

8. What is the respective ratio of the number of female players who play cricket and number of male players who play hockey?

(1) 20 : 7 (2) 4 : 21 (3) 20 : 3 (4) 3 : 20 (5) None of these

9. What is the total number of male players who play football, cricket and lawn tennis together?

(1) 1,724 (2) 1,734 (3) 1,824 (4) 1,964 (5) None of these

10. Number of male players who play rugby is approximately what percentage of the total number of players who play lawn tennis?

(1) 33 (2) 39 (3) 26 (4) 21 (5) 43

Answers

1. 5; Required monthly expenses

= Rs. (9.65 + 2.75 + 5.42) thousand

= Rs. (17.82 x 1000)

= Rs. 17820

2. 2; Monthly expenditure on food

= Rs. (clip_image002[4]) thousand

= Rs. 10.85 thousand

= Rs. 10850

3. 1; It is obvious from the table.

4. 1; Required annual expenditure of C on education

= Rs. (12 x 12.60 x clip_image004[4]) thousand

= Rs. 158.76 thousand

= Rs. 158760

5. 4; Required ratio = 4.72 : 8.40

= 472 : 840 = 59 : 105

6. 4; Average number of players who play Football and Rugby

= clip_image006 [(17 + 13)% of 4200]

= clip_image006[1] x 4200 x clip_image008 = 630

7. 1; Number of players who play Rugby

= 4200 x clip_image010 = 546

Number of female players who play Rugby

= 2000 x clip_image012

∴ Number of male players who play Rugby = 546 – 200 = 346

Number of female players who play Lawn Tennis

= 2000 x clip_image014 = 440

∴ Required difference

= 440 – 346 = 94

8. 3; Number of female cricketers

= 2000 x clip_image016 = 800

Number of male Hockey players

= clip_image018clip_image020

= 420 – 300 = 120

∴ Required ratio = 800:120 = 20:3

9. 2; Number of male players who play Football, Cricket and Lawn Tennis

= (17 + 35 + 25)% of 2000

= 4200 x clip_image022 x clip_image024

= 3234 – 1500 = 1734

10. 1; Number of male players who play Rugby

= 4200 x clip_image010[1] - 200 = 346

Number of players who play Lawn Tennis

= 4200 x clip_image026 = 1050

∴ Required percentage

= clip_image028 x 100 = 33

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