Hello and welcome to exampundit. Here is a set of Quantitative Aptitude Quiz for upcoming Bank and Insurance Exams.

1. 20 college students are waiting in a queue for discount coupons of KFC. Each coupon costs ₹5. Ten of the students have the ₹5 coin and others have currency notes of ₹10. Determine in how many ways can all the 20 students stand in the queue such that the person at the coupon counter will not face any issue in paying back changes provided that the person at the counter does not have any changes.

a) 5513

b) 3434

c) 1200

d) 5678

e) Cannot be determined

2. Mousumi is a shopaholic. She went to a bag shop to buy a handmade wallet. She took ₹ 15 to the shop in the form of one rupee notes and 20 paise coins. After returning from the shop after buying the wallet, she was left with as many one rupee notes as she originally had 20 paise coins and as many 20 paise coins as she had originally one rupee notes. The total amount also reduced by two-third. What was the cost of the wallet?

a) ₹ 9.60

b) ₹11.50

c) ₹7

d) ₹5.75

e) None of the above

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In an island of the Maldives, the natives have a peculiar process of determining their average earnings and expenditures. According to an old tradition, the average monthly earnings had to be calculated on the basis of 14 months in the calendar year, while the average monthly expenditure was to be calculated on the basis of 9 months in the year. This weird system of calculation always resulted in the natives underestimating their savings because there occurs an underestimation of their earning. The expenditure per month gets overestimated. Now keeping the above points in view try to answer the below questions:

3. Mr. Ghosh comes to his native island from Africa and makes his native community comprising of 173 families to calculate their average earning and the average expenditure on the basis of 12 months per the calendar year. The average estimated earning in his community according to the old system is 77 fasios per month. Assuming there are no other changes, what will be the percentage change in savings of the 173 families?

a) 34% increase

b) 34 % decrease

c) No changes

d) 56 % increase

e) Cannot be determined

4. In the previous question, the average estimated monthly expenditure is 21 fasios per month for the island. Determine the percentage change in the estimated savings of the 173 families.

a) 35 % decrease

b) 38 % increase

c) 32.3% increase

d) No changes

e) Cannot be determined

5. Siddharth spends 30% of his income on his father’s medication, 20% on agricultural property and 10% on daughter’s education. The corresponding percentages for Akarsh are 40%. 25% and 13%. Given below are two conditions in 2 statements.

A.Siddharth spends more on agriculture than Akarsh.

B. Akarsh spends more on daughter’s education than Siddharth.

We can determine who spends more on Father’s medication with the help of which of the above statements?

a) Statement A alone but not by using statement B alone.

b) Statement B alone but not by using statement A alone.

c) Either of the statements alone.

d) both the statements together but not by either of the statements alone

e) cannot be answered on the basis of the two statements

6. A pump can fill or empty an oil reservoir. The capacity of the oil reservoir is 3600m3. The filling capacity of the pump connected to the reservoir is 10m3/min less than its emptying capacity.If the pump takes 12 minutes extra to fill the reservoir than to empty it, determine the emptying capacity of the pump?

a) 50m³/min

b) 60m³/min

c) 45m³/min

d) 90m³/min

e) 80m³/min

7. Ronnie starts driving from the market to the Star’s lab in his car. Meanwhile, Dr. Stein also drives from the market one hour after Ronnie and overtakes Ronnie after covering 30% of the distance from market to the lab. Both of them continue the drive even after the overtaking. On reaching Star’s lab, Dr. Stein reverses his car and meets Ronnie’s car, after covering 23 1/3 of the distance between Star’s lab and the market. In how much time did Dr. Stein cover the distance between market to the lab? ( in hours)

a) 3

b) 5

c) 4

d) 3 1/3

e) 2 7/3

8. Anubhab spent less than ₹ 17500 to buy one quintal each of pomegranate, orange and guava. Which one of the following statements is sufficient ot determine which one of the three fruits bought was the costliest ?

A.2 kg pomegranate and 1 kg guava cost less than 1 kg pomegranate and 2 kg guava.

B.1 kg pomegranate and 2 kg orange together cost the same as 1 kg orange and 2 kg guava.

a) One of the statements alone but not the other statement alone

b) Either of the statements alone

c) Both statements together but not by using either statement alone

d) None of the above statements

e) Cannot be judged.

9. Nitu got an order for 480 khaddar blouses. She bought 12 charkhas and appointed some spinners to do it. However, many did not come on the working day. As a result, each of those who did come had to spin 32 more blouses than originally assigned with equal distribution of work. How many spinners had been appointed earlier and how many did not come?

a) 12,4

b) 10,3

c) 10,4

d) Cannot be determined

e) 11,7

10. A blind school has 3433 visually handicapped students. 80 to 85 percent of the students are good musicians and 30 to 40 percent of the students are good actors. Each student has excellence in at least one of the skills of music and acting. What is the absolute difference between the minimum and maximum possible numbers of students who are both great musicians and actors?

a) 338

b) 298

c) 208

d) 123

e) Cannot be determined

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Team EP