Quant Test for IBPS RRB 2018 Prelim Exam Set – 27

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) had released the official notification for the Common Recruitment Process for RRBs (CRP RRBs VII) for the recruitment of Group “A”-Officers (Scale-I, II & III) and Group “B”-Office Assistant (Multipurpose)

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The examination will be held in two phases i.e. Preliminary Examination and Main Examination. The RRB Scale I Preliminary Exam is scheduled on 11th, 12th & 18th of August 2018. And RRB Assistant Preliminary Exam is scheduled on 19th, 25th August & 1st September 2018Details of the exam are as under:

Practice the questions so as to familiarize yourself with the pattern of questions to be asked in the exam. 


 

Directions(1-5): Find the relation between x and y and choose a correct relation.

  1. I. 17x^2 + 48x = 9
    II. 13y^2 = 32y – 12

    x=y or relation cannot be established.
    x>y
    y>=x
    y>x
    x>=y
    Option D
    x = 3/ 7 , – 3
    y = 6/13 , 2
    x < y

     

  2. I. 18x^2 + 18x + 4 = 0
    II. 12y^2 + 29y + 14 = 0

    x>=y
    y>x
    y>=x
    x>y
    x=y or relation cannot be established.
    Option D
    x = – 2/6,–2/3
    y = –7/4 , – 2/3
    x > y

     

  3. I. 4x^2 – 8x + 3 = 0
    II. 2y^2 – 7y + 6 = 0

    x=y or relation cannot be established.
    x>=y
    x>y
    y>=x
    y>x
    Option E
    x = ½,1/3
    y = 3/2, 2
    x < y

     

  4. I. 3x + 2 y – 58 = 0
    II. 4x + 4y = 92

    x>y
    x=y or relation cannot be established.
    x>=y
    y>x
    y>=x
    Option A
    x = 12
    y = 11
    x > y

     

  5. I. x^2 = 4
    II. y^2 + 4y = – 4

    y>=x
    y>x
    x>=y
    x=y or relation cannot be established.
    x>y
    Option E
    x = + 2, -2
    y = – 2
    x > y

     

  6. Directions(6-10): Following line graph shows the number of pens produced by a pen manufacturing company, the number of pens sold by it and the price of one pen of different types.

  7. If the cost of manufacturing of Type A pens is 4.50 per pen, what is the net profit earned by the company by selling all pens of type A?
    1.15 lakh
    2.00 lakh
    3.50 lakh
    1.25 lakh
    1.05 lakh
    Option E
    Cost price per pen = 4.50
    Selling price per pen = 8
    Profit per pen = 3.50
    Total number of pens sold = 30000
    Net profit = 30000 × 3.50 = 1.05 lakh

     

  8. If the manufacturing cost of Type C and that of Type D pens is equal and it is 15 per pen, what is the net profit earned by the company by selling all pens of Type C and Type D?
    6.50 lakh
    5.55 lakh
    7.75 lakh
    8.05 lakh
    6.35 lakh
    Option C
    Manufacturing cost of type C = 15
    Selling price of type C = 22
    Profit per pen = 7
    Total profit of type C = 25000 × 7 = 175000
    Similarly, Total profit of type D = 60000 × 10 = 600000
    Total profit = 7.75 lakh

     

  9. The profit earned by selling all pens of Type B is what percentage of the total profit earned by selling all pens of Type E if the per unit cost of Type B pens is 5.5 and that of Type E pens is 25?
    24%
    27%
    22%
    18%
    20%
    Option A
    Profit (B) = 40000*(10 – 5.5) = 180000
    Profit (E) = 50000*(40 – 25) = 750000
    Required % = 180000*100/750000 = 24%

     

  10. What is the net amount received by the company by selling all the pens of all types?
    50.6 lakh
    46.9 lakh
    30.5 lakh
    52.5 lakh
    44.9 lakh
    Option B
    Total amount
    = 8 × 30000 + 10 × 40000 + 22 × 25000 + 25 × 60000 + 40 × 50000 = 240000 + 400000 + 550000 + 1500000
    = 46.9 lakh

     

  11. The average number of pens sold by the company is what percentage of the average number of pens produced by it in all the five types together? (Answer in approximate value)
    65%
    52%
    60%
    66%
    72%
    Option D
    Total pens produced = 40 + 55 + 50 + 90 + 75
    = 310 thousand
    Average production = 310/5 = 62 thousand
    Total pens sold = 30 + 40 + 25 + 60 + 50 = 205 thousand
    Average of pens sold = 205/5 = 41 thousand
    Requred % = 41/62 × 100 = 66.129 = 66%

     


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