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# Quantitative Aptitude Questions For SBI Clerk Mains : 03 - 08 - 18

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Q1. What approximate value will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?

рдиिрдо्рдирд▓िрдЦिрдд рдк्рд░рд╢्рдиों рдоें рдк्рд░рд╢्рдирдЪिрди्рд╣ (?) рдХे рд╕्рдеाрди рдкрд░ рд▓рдЧрднрдЧ рдХ्рдпा рдоाрди рдЖрдпेрдЧा?

98.734 - 3.21 = -58.31
1. 25400
2. 28600
3. 29600
4. 23700
5. 24400
Q2. What approximate value will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?

рдиिрдо्рдирд▓िрдЦिрдд рдк्рд░рд╢्рдиों рдоें рдк्рд░рд╢्рдирдЪिрди्рд╣ (?) рдХे рд╕्рдеाрди рдкрд░ рд▓рдЧрднрдЧ рдХ्рдпा рдоाрди рдЖрдпेрдЧा?

77.65 × 981.73 = 8478.73 - 4241.68 + ?
1. 72360
2. 84360
3. 54360
4. 73260
5. 94360
Q3. What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

рдиिрдо्рди рд╕ंрдЦ्рдпा рд╢्рд░ृंрдЦрд▓ाрдУं рдоें рдк्рд░рд╢्рдирд╡ाрдЪрдХ рдЪिрд╣्рди (?) рдХे рд╕्рдеाрди рдкрд░ рдХ्рдпा рдЖрдпेрдЧा ?

9 13 22 38 63 ?
1. 99
2. 102
3. 107
4. 98
5. None of these
Q4. What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series ?

4 18 56 142 ? 698
1. 344
2. 364
3. 354
4. 384
5. 324
Q5. What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series ?

27 148 292 461 ? 882
1. 651
2. 641
3. 657
4. 666
5. None of these
Q6. A basket contains 6 blue 2 red 4 green and 3 yellow balls. If 4 balls are picked at random, what is the probability that 2 are red and 2 are green?

рдПрдХ рдмाрд╕्рдХेрдЯ рдоें 6 рдиीрд▓ी 2 рд▓ाрд▓ 4 рд╣рд░ी рдФрд░ 3 рдкीрд▓ी рд░ंрдЧ рдХी рдЧेंрджे рд╣ै | рдпрджि рдЧेंрджे рдпрдж्рд░рдЫ्рдпा рдиिрдХрд▓ी рдЬाрддी рд╣ै рддो рдЗрд╕рдоे рд╕े 2 рдХे рд▓ाрд▓ рдФрд░ 2 рдХे рд╣рд░े рд╣ोрдиे рдХी рдк्рд░ाрдпिрдХрддा рдЬ्рдЮाрдд рдХीрдЬिрдП |
1. 4/15
2. 5/57
3. 1/3
4. 2/455
5. 6/455
Q7. Ashok being the sleeping partner receives of the profit and the remaining is divided between Prateek and Prasad in the ratio of 1.25: 1. If the difference between the shares of Prasad and Ashok is Rs 8340, what is Prateek’s share (in Rs)?

рдЕрд╢ोрдХ рдХिрд╕ी рд╡्рдпाрдкाрд░ рдоें рдиिрд╖्рдХ्рд░िрдп рд╕ाрдЭेрджाрд░ рд╣ै рдЬो рдХी рд▓ाрдн рдк्рд░ाрдк्рдд рдХрд░рддा рд╣ै рдФрд░ рд╢ेрд╖ рд▓ाрдн рдк्рд░рддीрдХ рдФрд░ рдк्рд░рд╢ाрдж рдоें 1.25 : 1 рдХे рдЕрдиुрдкाрдд рдоें рд╡िрднाрдЬिрдд рдХिрдпा рдЬाрддा рд╣ै рдпрджि рдк्рд░рд╢ाрдж рдФрд░ рдЕрд╢ोрдХ рдХे рд╣िрд╕्рд╕े рдХा рдЕंрддрд░ 8340 рд░ु. рд╣ो рддो рдк्рд░рддीрдХ рдХा рд╣िрд╕्рд╕ा рдЬ्рдЮाрдд рдХीрдЬिрдП |
1. 8800
2. 13900
3. 12600
5. None of these
Q8. The compound interest on a certain sum of money at after 2 years is Rs. 585. Find the simple interest on the same sum of money at the same rate after 3 years.

рдХिрд╕ी рдиिрд╢्рдЪिрдд рдзрди рдкрд░ рдХी рджрд░ рд╕े 2 рд╡рд░्рд╖ों рдХा рдЪрдХ्рд░рд╡ृрдж्рдзि рдм्рдпाрдЬ рд░ु.585 рд╣ै. рд╕рдоाрди рдзрди рдкрд░ рд╕рдоाрди рдм्рдпाрдЬ рдХी рджрд░ рд╕े 3 рд╡рд░्рд╖ो рдХा рд╕ाрдзाрд░рдг рдм्рдпाрдЬ рдЬ्рдЮाрдд рдХीрдЬिрдпे.
1. 108
2. 208
3. 810
4. 800
5. 900
Q9. Milk and water are mixed in a vessel A as 4:1 and in vessel B as 3:2. For vessel C, if one takes equal quantities from A and B, find the ratio of milk to water in C.

рджूрдз рддрдеा рдкाрдиी рдХो рдмрд░्рддрди A рдоें 4:1 рдХे рдЕрдиुрдкाрдд рдоें рдФрд░ рдмрд░्рддрди B рдоें 3:2 рдХे рдЕрдиुрдкाрдд рдоें рдоिрд▓ाрдпा рдЧрдпा. рдпрджि рдмрд░्рддрди A рдФрд░ рдмрд░्рддрди B рд╕े рд╕ाрдоाрди рдоाрдд्рд░ा рдоें рдоिрд╢्рд░рдг рдПрдХ рдмрд░्рддрди C рдоें рд▓िрдпा рдЬाрдп рддो рдЙрд╕рдоे рджूрдз рддрдеा рдкाрдиी рдХा рдЕрдиुрдкाрдд рдЬ्рдЮाрдд рдХीрдЬिрдпे.
1. 3 : 7
2. 7 : 3
3. 10 : 7
4. 7 : 10
5. 1 : 1
Q10. The average weight of 40 students in a class is 55kg. 6 of them whose average weight is 52 kg left the class and another set of 6 students whose average weight is 42kg, joined the class. What is the new average weight in kg of the class ?

рдПрдХ рдХрдХ्рд╖ा рдХे 40 рд╡िрдж्рдпाрд░्рдеिрдпों рдХा рдФрд╕рдд рд╡рдЬрди 55 рдХिрдЧ्рд░ा рд╣ै | рдпрджि рдЗрдирдоे рд╕े 52 рдХिрдЧ्рд░ा рдФрд╕рдд рд╡рдЬрди рдХे 6 рд▓ोрдЧ рдХे рд╕्рдеाрди рдкрд░ 42 рдХिрдЧ्рд░ा рдФрд╕рдд рд╡рдЬрди рдХे 6 рдирдП рд▓ोрдЧ рд╢ाрдоिрд▓ рд╣ो рдЬाрддे рд╣ै рддो рдХрдХ्рд╖ा рдХा рдирдпा рдФрд╕рдд рд╡рдЬрди рдХ्рдпा рд╣ोрдЧा ?
1. 51.5
2. 52.5
3. 53.5
4. 54.5
5. 55
Q1-(4)
99 - 3 = -58
= 154
? = 23716
≈ 23700

Q2-(1) 78 × 982 = 8479 - 4242 + ?
76596 = 4237 + ?
? = 72359
≈ 72360

Q3-(1)

+22, +32, +42, +52, +62  ...........

Q4-(5)
×2+10, ×2+20, ×2+30.........

Q5-(3)

+112, +122, +132...........

Q6-(4)

Q8-(3) let principal 36%
So compound interest will @ for 2 years is 13%
So 13% = 285
Simple interest on the same amount for 3 years is 18
18% =

Q9-(2)

Q10-(3)
total weight 40 students=55×40=2200kg
total weight of 6 students who left the class =6×52=312kg
total weight of 6 students who joined the class =6×42=252kg
new weight of 40 students = 2200-312+252
=2140
hence required average=2140/40=53.5 kg