Quant Test for IBPS Clerk 2018 Main Exam Set – 20

Directions(1-5): Find the odd one out from the following series.

  1. 499,495,486,461,416,291
    461
    486
    416
    495
    291
    Option C
    -2^2, -3^2, -5^2, -7^2, -11^2
    412 should be in place of 416.

     

  2. 721,722,347,124,35,12
    35
    347
    722
    721
    12
    Option B
    /1+1 /2+2 /3+3 /4+4 /5+5
    363 should be in place of 347.

     

  3. 6,30,72,150,246,366
    246
    6
    150
    72
    30
    Option D
    +12*2 +12*4 +12*6 +12*8 +12*10
    78 should be in place of 72.

     

  4. 23,12,15,28,116,936
    23
    12
    28
    15
    116
    Option D
    *0.5+0.5 *1+1 *2+2 *4+4 *8+8
    13 should be in place of 15.

     

  5. 87,92,101,111,131,152
    111
    152
    87
    131
    92
    Option A
    +5,+9,+13,+17,+21
    114 should be in place of 111.

     

  6. Directions(6-10):Study the pie-chart carefully to answer the following questions.
    Percentage of students studying different specialisations in a management institute
    Total number of students = 4500


    Ratio of Men to Women in each specialisation

  7. The number of women studying Finance is what per cent of the number of men studying the same?
    100%
    70%
    80%
    60%
    90%
    Option C
    The required per cent = 4/5*100 = 80%

     

  8. In which specialisation do the maximum number of women study?
    Marketing
    Banking
    IT
    International Business
    Finance
    Option C
    IT = 630

     

  9. What is the total number of men studying Banking and International Business?
    905
    1015
    1000
    999
    1120
    Option B
    The required number of men = 675 + 340 = 1015

     

  10. What is the total number of men studying in the institute?
    1889
    1950
    2395
    2400
    2421
    Option E
    Required number of men studying in the institute = 396+420+675+340+315+275 = 2421

     

  11. The number of women studying Marketing is approximately what per cent of the total number of students in the institute?
    6(1/3)%
    2(7/9)%
    5(2/5)%
    6(2/3)%
    4(1/4)%
    Option D
    The required per cent = 5/12*16% = 6(2/3)%

     


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