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Quantitative Quiz 

Quant Quiz for Bank Exams and Competitive examinations was given below. We have given the Quantitative Aptitude solved papers and Quant questions with answers. Download the Quantitative Aptitude pdf from the below. Practice the Quant quiz below and check your answers.

Quantitative Aptitude solved Papers

Are you preparing for bank exams? Are you preparing for Competitive Exam? Here we have given the Quant Quiz for you people. We know that there is no exam in India without Quantitative aptitude questions or bits. The questions in Quant quiz are the basic maths what we use in everyday life. Check the Quantitative aptitude solved papers below and practice the Quant quiz for ban exam daily. The only thing through which you get success is practice. The questions will be asked from the problem on numbers, Ages, Simplifications, Alligations, Pipes and Cistern, Chain rule, Time and Distance, boats and streams, Simple and Compound Interest, problem on trains, Partnership, time and work, Volume and Surface Area etc. At least one question will be asked from every topic in the Quantitative aptitude section in bank exams or competitive examinations. Time Management tips for Bank Exam section wise. The data interpretation questions, odd man out, clocks, heights and distances and Calendar questions will also be asked in the Quant questions.

Quantitative Aptitude Questions Practice the below Quant quiz for time management and it is the best way to know your stronger and weaker areas in the topics. Every mark is important in the exam, so don’t neglect any topic from Quantitative Aptitude pdf. We have given the Quant questions in quiz along with answers and how to solve those given quantitative aptitude bits. Check the latest Bank jobs for more recruitment notifications. Quantitative Aptitude questions will take more time to solve in the examination, so we suggest that practice quant quiz more and more to get the success in the examination.  Sometimes, many have faced this situation that, we know how to solve the questions but less time and we don’t know the shortcuts etc. Quantitative Aptitude pdf by RS Agarwal and by Arun Sharma are the famous and popular books for Quant quiz. Candidates should practice the below quant quiz for bank exam and check the answers below.

Quant Quiz

  1. A man sold an item for RS 6,750 at a loss of 25%. What will be the selling price of same item if he sells it at a profit of 15% ?

(1) RS 10,530

(2) RS 9,950

(3) RS 10,350

(4) RS 11,340

(5) None of these

  1. The sum of the circumference of a circle and the perimeter of a rectangle is 132 cm. The area of the rectangle is 112 sq cm and breadth of the rectangle is 8 cm. What is the area of the circle?

(1) 616 sq cm

(2) 540 sq cm

(3) 396 sq cm

(4) Cannot be determined

(5) None of these

  1. The cost of 5 kg of apple is equal to the cost of 12 kg of rice. The cost of 3 kg of flour is equal to one kg of rice. The cost of one kg. of flour is RS 17.50. What is the total cost of 3 kg of apple, 2 kg of rice and 4 kg of flour together ?

(1) RS 543

(2) RS 527

(3) RS 563

(4) RS 553

(5) None of these

  1. Thirty-five per cent of 740 is 34 more than a number. What is two-fifth of the number?

(1) 45

(2) 90

(3) 180

(4) 120

(5) None of these

  1. The ratio between the angles of a quadrilateral is 6 : 3 : 4 : 5. The smallest angle of a triangle is one-fourth the largest angle of the quadrilateral. Largest angle of the triangle is 10° more than second largest angle of the triangle. What is the second largest angle of the triangle?

(1)80°

(2)60°

(3)70°

(4)Cannot be determined

(5)None of these

  1. A train covered a distance of 1235 km in 19 hours. Also, the average speed of a car is four-fifth the average speed of the train. How much distance will the car cover in 22 hours?

(1)1234 km

(2) 1144 km

(3)1134 km

(4) 1244 km

(5) None of these

  1. The ratio between the present ages of Meera and Priya is 3 : 4 respectively. Ten years ago the ratio between their ages was 4 : 7 respectively. What will be Meera’s age after 5 years?

(1)18 years

(2)24 years

(3)23 years

(4)29 years

(5)None of these

  1. The average marks of nine students in a group is 63. Three of them scored 78, 69 and 48 marks. What are the average marks of remaining six students?

(1) 63.5

(2) 64

(3) 63

(4) 62.5

(5) None of these

  1. A bag contains 7 red balls, 4 green balls and 5 yellow balls. What is the probability that 3 balls drawn at random are either green or yellow?

(1) 1/140

(2) 1/60

(3) 3/280

(4) 3/40

(5) None of these

  1. Six boys or four men can complete a piece of work in 24 days. In how many days will 3 boys and 10 men together complete the same piece of work?

(1) 6

(2) 8

(3) 12

(4) Cannot be determined

(5) None of these

Directions (1-5): Each question below is followed by two statements I and II. You are to determine whether the data given in the statement is sufficient to answer the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers.

Give answer—
(1) If the question can be answered by using statement I alone but can not be answered by statement II alone.
(2) If the question can be answered by using statement II alone but can not be answered by statement I alone.

(3) If both statements I and II together are required to answer the question.
(4) If the answer can be derived by using any of the two statements alone.
(5) If both the statements together are not sufficient to answer the question.

1. How many days will Ram take to make 150 toys?
I. Shyam takes 10 days to make 100 toys.
II. Ram and Shyam together make 150 toys in 6 days.

2. What is the rate of simple interest?
I. Simple interest is Rs 200.
II. Duration is 2 years?

3. What is the area of a circle?
I. Radius of circle is 35 cm.
II. Circumference of circle is 220 cm.

4. What is the number of boys and number of girls in a class?
I. Ratio of number of boys to number of girls is 5 :4.
II. Number of boys is 25% more than the number of girls.

5. What is the present age A and B?
I. Ratio of their present ages is 3 : 1.
II. Ratio of their ages 10 years ago was 5 : 1.

Answers:

  1. (3)
    C.P. of the item = ( 6750 ×100 )/75 = Rs 9000
    So, Reqd. S.P. of the item = (9000 × 115)/100=Rs 10350
    2. (1)
    Length of the rectangle = 112/8 = 14 cm, so  perimeter= 44 cm,
    Circumference= 132-44=88 cm,
    R = (88 × 7 )/(2 ×22)  = 14cm
    3. (4)
    4. 2)
    Number = 740 × 35/100 – 34 = 225
    2/5  of the number=90
    5. (3)
    The largest angle of the quadrilateral (6 ×360)/(6+4+3+5) = 120 degrees
    Smallest angle of the triangle = 120 × 1/4 = 30 degrees
    If second largest angle of the triangle = (x + 10)
    So 30+ x+ x+10 = 180 , x = 70 degrees
    6. (2)
    7. (3)
    8. (5)
    9. (5) Total ways = 16C3   = 16!/(13!×3!) = 560
    Favourable ways = 4C3 + 5C3  = 4!/(3!×1!) + 5!/(3!×2!)
    Required probability = 1/40
    10. (2)Solutions (1-5)
    1. 3;

    Both statements are required.
    From statement I:
    Shyam makes 100/10 = 10 toys in one day.
    From statement II:
    Shyam and Ram make 150/6 toys in 1 day i.e. 25 toys  in 1 day.
    i.e. Ram alone makes 25 – 10 = 15 toys per day.
    For 150 toys he will take 150/10 = 15 days.2. 5;
    Both statements are not sufficient to find the ‘r’,
    Principal (A) is also required.

    3. 4;
    Both statements alone is sufficient.
    Area = (22/7 r)^2
    From statement I:
    r = 35
    Area = 22/7 × 35 × 35 = 3850 sq. cm.

    From statement II:
    2 * 22/7 *r = 220
    r =110 * 7/22 = 35 cm
    Area = 22/7 × 35 × 35 = 3580 sq. cm.

    4. 5; Both statements together are not sufficient. Total number of students is required to find the answer.

    5. 3; Both statements are required.