IBPS CWE BANK PO TEST -QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE-DATA INTERPRETATION

A car travels at a speed of 40 mph over a certain distance

and then returns over the same distance at a speed of 60

mph. What is the average speed for the total journey?


You are looking for one word in this paragraph. The word

appears only once, its first letter is the ninth letter to

appear after a certain vowel and the same vowel is the

fifth letter to appear after its last letter.


What, with reference to this question, is the next number

in the sequence below?

3, 3, 5, 1, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, ?



75%
40%
10%
50%
12%

75:74
65:69
174:175
175:174
35:29

250
230
350
330
310

34:35
35:34
13:15
17:19
21:23

Only P
P or S
Only S
Only Q
Only R

40
120
60
48
96

100
50
150
125
75

Brown
Blue
Red
Green
All are equally likely

18
5
11
28
15

10%
20%
15%

Jim
Kate
Daisy
Ronald
Justin

12
10
40
30
15

Atlanta, March
New Jersey, June
California, May
Mexico, April
Atlanta, May
Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow: There are five villages A,B,C,D and E. Two of these have post offices, three have schools and three are accessible by road. Two have population of more than 5000 each, two have population between 2000 and 5000 each, and one has a population of less than 2000. Two of these villages have electricity in addition to certain other facilities such as school and accessibility by road. One village with a population of less than 2000 also has a school but neither had a post office nor is accessible by road while each of the villages with a population of more than 5000 has a school. Of the two villages having population between 2000 and 5000 only one has a post office and is a accessible by road. A is accessible by road. B has a population of more than 5000, D has a school and is accessible by road but does not have post office, while E has a school but is not accessible by road. Which village does not have any of the facilities to other villages?
A
B
C
D
Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow: There are five villages A,B,C,D and E. Two of these have post offices, three have schools and three are accessible by road. Two have population of more than 5000 each, two have population between 2000 and 5000 each, and one has a population of less than 2000. Two of these villages have electricity in addition to certain other facilities such as school and accessibility by road. One village with a population of less than 2000 also has a school but neither had a post office nor is accessible by road while each of the villages with a population of more than 5000 has a school. Of the two villages having population between 2000 and 5000 only one has a post office and is a accessible by road. A is accessible by road. B has a population of more than 5000, D has a school and is accessible by road but does not have post office, while E has a school but is not accessible by road. Which two villages have electricity by road?
A, B
B, C
B, D
C, D
Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow: There are five villages A, B, C, D and E. Two of these have post offices, three have schools and three are accessible by road. Two have population of more than 5000 each, two have population between 2000 and 5000 each, and one has a population of less than 2000. Two of these villages have electricity in addition to certain other facilities such as school and accessibility by road. One village with a population of less than 2000 also has a school but neither had a post office nor is accessible by road while each of the villages with a population of more than 5000 has a school. Of the two villages having population between 2000 and 5000 only one has a post office and is a accessible by road. A is accessible by road. B has a population of more than 5000, D has a school and is accessible by road but does not have post office, while E has a school but is not accessible by road. Which three villages are accessible by road?
A, B, D
A, B, E
A, D, E
B, D, E
Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow: There are five villages A, B, C, D and E. Two of these have post offices, three have schools and three are accessible by road. Two have population of more than 5000 each, two have population between 2000 and 5000 each, and one has a population of less than 2000. Two of these villages have electricity in addition to certain other facilities such as school and accessibility by road. One village with a population of less than 2000 also has a school but neither had a post office nor is accessible by road while each of the villages with a population of more than 5000 has a school. Of the two villages having population between 2000 and 5000 only one has a post office and is a accessible by road. A is accessible by road. B has a population of more than 5000, D has a school and is accessible by road but does not have post office, while E has a school but is not accessible by road. Which village has a population of less than 2000?
B
C
D
E
Read the data below: G, N, P, R and S totally collected 242 stamps: (a) S collected an even number. (b) None collected less than 11 (c) N’s collection was exactly double (in number) than that of one of the others. (d) P collected an odd number. (e) The number collected by R was the square of the number collected by S. (f) The no. Collected by G was a multiple of 13 and exceeded N’s collection in number. G’s collection exceeded N’s by:
27
28
15
21
Read the data below: G, N, P, R and S totally collected 242 stamps: (a) S collected an even number. (b) None collected less than 11 (c) N’s collection was exactly double (in number) than that of one of the others. (d) P collected an odd number. (e) The number collected by R was the square of the number collected by S. (f) The no. Collected by G was a multiple of 13 and exceeded N’s collection in number. The one who collected the least was:
S
N
P
G
Read the data below: G, N, P, R and S totally collected 242 stamps: (a) S collected an even number. (b) None collected less than 11 (c) N’s collection was exactly double (in number) than that of one of the others. (d) P collected an odd number. (e) The number collected by R was the square of the number collected by S. (f) The no. Collected by G was a multiple of 13 and exceeded N’s collection in number. Whether arranged in the ascending order or in the descending order (based on individual number collected) the who occupies the same place is:
P
N
S
G
Read the data below: G, N, P, R and S totally collected 242 stamps: (a) S collected an even number. (b) None collected less than 11 (c) N’s collection was exactly double (in number) than that of one of the others. (d) P collected an odd number. (e) The number collected by R was the square of the number collected by S. (f) The no. Collected by G was a multiple of 13 and exceeded N’s collection in number. The difference between the numbers collected by R and P was:
112
27
18
121
Read the data below: G, N, P, R and S totally collected 242 stamps: (a) S collected an even number. (b) None collected less than 11 (c) N’s collection was exactly double (in number) than that of one of the others. (d) P collected an odd number. (e) The number collected by R was the square of the number collected by S. (f) The no. Collected by G was a multiple of 13 and exceeded N’s collection in number. The two whose collections came closest (in number) were:
N and P
S and G
R and G
S and P
Read the data below: G, N, P, R and S totally collected 242 stamps: (a) S collected an even number. (b) None collected less than 11 (c) N’s collection was exactly double (in number) than that of one of the others. (d) P collected an odd number. (e) The number collected by R was the square of the number collected by S. (f) The no. Collected by G was a multiple of 13 and exceeded N’s collection in number. The number collected by G was what fraction of the combined collection of R and S:
1/2
5/4
1/4
1/8
Please refer to the following data: A market survey of the top advertising agencies in India revealed that the firm Sobhagya led the group by handling the maximum number of public issues (133). It was closely followed by Concept, Clea and Pressman who handled 100, 76 and 58 issues respectively. All other agencies with Rs.1045 crores whereas Sobhagya, Mudra and pressman dealt with Rs.2266, 780 and 515 crores respectively, Rs.500 crores was handled by concept and all other agencies handled a total of Rs.840 crores worth of issue amount. The number of issue handled by Mudra is not available. Find the total issue amount handled by all the companies surveyed (Rs.crores):
7246
6436
5946
4466
Please refer to the following data: A market survey of the top advertising agencies in India revealed that the firm Sobhagya led the group by handling the maximum number of public issues (133). It was closely followed by Concept, Clea and Pressman who handled 100, 76 and 58 issues respectively. All other agencies with Rs.1045 crores whereas Sobhagya, Mudra and pressman dealt with Rs.2266, 780 and 515 crores respectively, Rs.500 crores was handled by concept and all other agencies handled a total of Rs.840 crores worth of issue amount. The number of issue handled by Mudra is not available. The % of total issue amount handled by Sobhagya was:
25%
38%
20%
17%
Please refer to the following data: A market survey of the top advertising agencies in India revealed that the firm Sobhagya led the group by handling the maximum number of public issues (133). It was closely followed by Concept, Clea and Pressman who handled 100, 76 and 58 issues respectively. All other agencies with Rs.1045 crores whereas Sobhagya, Mudra and pressman dealt with Rs.2266, 780 and 515 crores respectively, Rs.500 crores was handled by concept and all other agencies handled a total of Rs.840 crores worth of issue amount. The number of issue handled by Mudra is not available. The % of total no. of issue handled by Pressman was (use available data):
12%
25.2%
32%
40.6%
Please refer to the following data: A market survey of the top advertising agencies in India revealed that the firm Sobhagya led the group by handling the maximum number of public issues (133). Concept, Clea and Pressman who handled 100, 76 and 58 issues respectively closely followed it. All other agencies with Rs.1045 crores whereas Sobhagya, Mudra and pressman dealt with Rs.2266, 780 and 515 crores respectively, Rs.500 crores was handled by concept and all other agencies handled a total of Rs.840 crores worth of issue amount. The number of issue handled by Mudra is not available. Find the ratio (amount Rs.crores/no. of issues) for Sobhagya:
11
12
18
17
Please refer to the following data: A market survey of the top advertising agencies in India revealed that the firm Sobhagya led the group by handling the maximum number of public issues (133). Concept, Clea and Pressman who handled 100, 76 and 58 issues respectively closely followed it. All other agencies with Rs.1045 crores whereas Sobhagya, Mudra and pressman dealt with Rs.2266, 780 and 515 crores respectively, Rs.500 crores was handled by concept and all other agencies handled a total of Rs.840 crores worth of issue amount. The number of issue handled by Mudra is not available. The average value of the above ratio for all the firms surveyed is (use available data):
20
13
42
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Hello, Can anyone answer this questions which was asked in IBPS SO Exam from the aptitude section.

v? = (1248.28 + 51.7) ÷ 99.9 ÷ 7.98

a) 49
b) 81
c) 64
d) 16
e) 25

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1059 days 11 hours 55 minutes ago

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