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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 101 for IBPS PO

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Direction (Q. 1-5) : Following table shows the total number of newspaper reader from different cities and percentage of readers of  different newspaper.

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1. How many readers of H. T are there in city A ?
1) 23142 2) 23484 3) 23622 4) 23754 5) 23812

2. What is the difference between total T.O.I reader in city B and total “Hindu” reader in city E ?
1)  23280 2)  23460 3) 23720 4) 23980 5) 24140

3. Total telegraph reader of city E is approximately what percentage of total telegraph reader of city D ?
1)  63 % 2)  69 % 3) 73 % 4) 78 % 5) 81 %

4. What is the total number of H T readers in all cities together ?
1)  153216 2)  155312 3) 157486 4) 159132 5) None of these

5. Total T. O. I reader of city D is approximately how much percentage more/less than total “HINDU” reader of city A ?
1)  26 % 2)  31 % 3) 34 % 4) 37 % 5) 40 %

6. A person sold a cycle for `918 and got a percentage of profit equal to the 4th/75 of the cost price. What is the cost price?
1)  `575 2)  `625 3)  `650 4)  `675 5)  `725

7. A sum of money amounts to `2380 in four years at simple interest. If the rate of interest be raised by 30%, the sum amounts to `2584 during the same period. What is the rate of interest ?
1) 8% p. a 2) 10 % p. a 3) 12 % p.a 4)  13% p.a 5) 15 % p.a

8. The compound interest on a certain sum of money for 2 years at 11% p.a is `16247. What will be the simple interest at the same rate and for same period ?
1)  `14800 2)  `15200 3)  `15400 4)  `  15600 5)  `15800

9. 1677 litres of a mixture contains milk and water in the ratio 9 : 4. How much water is to be added to get a new mixture containing milk and water in the ratio 9 : 7 ?
1) 312 litres 2) 334 litres 3) 348 litres 4) 387 litres 5) 396 litres

10. Twelve years ago a father was 6 times as old as his son. After twelve years he will be 2.25 times as old as his son. What is the present age of father ?
1) 48 years 2) 52 years 3) 60 years 4)  72 years 5) 80 years

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