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Quiz Name: DI for SBI PO Mains
Time:Â 12 Minutes
Level: Moderate
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Question 1 of 12
1. Question
Read the following statement carefully and answer the below questions:
A college consists of girls and boys in the ratio of 7 : 5 respectively. All of them are enrolled in different types of classes according to their interest i.e. Acting, Horse riding and Swimming. Twenty percent of the boys are enrolled in only acting classes. The number of boys enrolled in only horse riding classes is 200% of the girls enrolled in the same. 1/5 of the girls are enrolled in only swimming classes. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only horse riding classes. One thirteenth of the girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. Twentyfour percent of the boys are enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together. The respective ratio of girls enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together to the boys enrolled in the same is 2 : 1. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only swimming classes whereas 8% of the boys are enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together. The no. of girls enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together is 50% of the no. of boys enrolled in the same. The remaining girls are enrolled in only acting classes. The remaining boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. College consists 3120 students in total.
Question:Â What is the respective ratio of the no. of boys enrolled in only acting classes to the no. of girls enrolled in the same?
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Ratio = 260 : 770 = 26 : 77
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Ratio = 260 : 770 = 26 : 77

Question 2 of 12
2. Question
Read the following statement carefully and answer the below questions:
A college consists of girls and boys in the ratio of 7 : 5 respectively. All of them are enrolled in different types of classes according to their interest i.e. Acting, Horse riding and Swimming. Twenty percent of the boys are enrolled in only acting classes. The number of boys enrolled in only horse riding classes is 200% of the girls enrolled in the same. 1/5 of the girls are enrolled in only swimming classes. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only horse riding classes. One thirteenth of the girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. Twentyfour percent of the boys are enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together. The respective ratio of girls enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together to the boys enrolled in the same is 2 : 1. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only swimming classes whereas 8% of the boys are enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together. The no. of girls enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together is 50% of the no. of boys enrolled in the same. The remaining girls are enrolled in only acting classes. The remaining boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. College consists 3120 students in total.
Question:Â Total no. of boys enrolled in horse riding is approximately what percent of the total no. of students?
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percentage = ( 312 + 364 + 130)/3120 x 100 = 26
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percentage = ( 312 + 364 + 130)/3120 x 100 = 26

Question 3 of 12
3. Question
Read the following statement carefully and answer the below questions:
A college consists of girls and boys in the ratio of 7 : 5 respectively. All of them are enrolled in different types of classes according to their interest i.e. Acting, Horse riding and Swimming. Twenty percent of the boys are enrolled in only acting classes. The number of boys enrolled in only horse riding classes is 200% of the girls enrolled in the same. 1/5 of the girls are enrolled in only swimming classes. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only horse riding classes. One thirteenth of the girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. Twentyfour percent of the boys are enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together. The respective ratio of girls enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together to the boys enrolled in the same is 2 : 1. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only swimming classes whereas 8% of the boys are enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together. The no. of girls enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together is 50% of the no. of boys enrolled in the same. The remaining girls are enrolled in only acting classes. The remaining boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. College consists 3120 students in total.
Question:Â What is the total no. of girls enrolled in swimming?
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number = 156 + 140 + 208 + 364 = 868
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number = 156 + 140 + 208 + 364 = 868

Question 4 of 12
4. Question
Read the following statement carefully and answer the below questions:
A college consists of girls and boys in the ratio of 7 : 5 respectively. All of them are enrolled in different types of classes according to their interest i.e. Acting, Horse riding and Swimming. Twenty percent of the boys are enrolled in only acting classes. The number of boys enrolled in only horse riding classes is 200% of the girls enrolled in the same. 1/5 of the girls are enrolled in only swimming classes. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only horse riding classes. One thirteenth of the girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. Twentyfour percent of the boys are enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together. The respective ratio of girls enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together to the boys enrolled in the same is 2 : 1. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only swimming classes whereas 8% of the boys are enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together. The no. of girls enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together is 50% of the no. of boys enrolled in the same. The remaining girls are enrolled in only acting classes. The remaining boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. College consists 3120 students in total.
Question:Â Number of boys enrolled in only swimming is what % of the girls enrolled in the same ?
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percentage = 130 / 364 x 100 = 35.71
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percentage = 130 / 364 x 100 = 35.71

Question 5 of 12
5. Question
Read the following statement carefully and answer the below questions:
A college consists of girls and boys in the ratio of 7 : 5 respectively. All of them are enrolled in different types of classes according to their interest i.e. Acting, Horse riding and Swimming. Twenty percent of the boys are enrolled in only acting classes. The number of boys enrolled in only horse riding classes is 200% of the girls enrolled in the same. 1/5 of the girls are enrolled in only swimming classes. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only horse riding classes. One thirteenth of the girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. Twentyfour percent of the boys are enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together. The respective ratio of girls enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together to the boys enrolled in the same is 2 : 1. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only swimming classes whereas 8% of the boys are enrolled in only swimming and acting classes together. The no. of girls enrolled in only horse riding and swimming classes together is 50% of the no. of boys enrolled in the same. The remaining girls are enrolled in only acting classes. The remaining boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. College consists 3120 students in total.
Question:Â What is the total no. of students enrolled in all the three classes together?
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total = 130 + 140 = 270
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total = 130 + 140 = 270

Question 6 of 12
6. Question
There are 100 employees in an organization across five departments. The following table gives the departmentwise distribution of average age, average basic pay and allowances. The gross pay of an employee is the sum of his/her basic pay and allowances.
There are limited numbers of employees considered for transfer/promotion across departments. Whenever a person is transferred/promoted from a department of lower average age to a department of higher average age, he/she will get an additional allowance of 10% of basic pay over and above his/her current allowance. There will not be any change in pay structure if a person is transferred/promoted from a department with higher average age to a department with lower average age.
Question:Â There was a mutual transfer of an employee between Marketing and Finance departments and transfer of one employee from Marketing to HR. As a result, the average age of Finance department increased by one year and that of marketing department remained the same. What is the new average age of HR department ?
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The person who joined finance from marketing is 20 years elder to the person who joined marketing from finance. ( As the average age increased by 1 for 20 people ). Avg age of marketing department remains the same.
Marketing dept’s net loss is one person so there should be a total reduction of 35 years. 20 years Marketing department “lost” to fin. which means the guy who moved to HR is 15 years old. so HR dept’s ( now 5 + 1 ) avg age = ( 45 * 5 + 15 ) / 6 = 40 years.
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The person who joined finance from marketing is 20 years elder to the person who joined marketing from finance. ( As the average age increased by 1 for 20 people ). Avg age of marketing department remains the same.
Marketing dept’s net loss is one person so there should be a total reduction of 35 years. 20 years Marketing department “lost” to fin. which means the guy who moved to HR is 15 years old. so HR dept’s ( now 5 + 1 ) avg age = ( 45 * 5 + 15 ) / 6 = 40 years.

Question 7 of 12
7. Question
There are 100 employees in an organization across five departments. The following table gives the departmentwise distribution of average age, average basic pay and allowances. The gross pay of an employee is the sum of his/her basic pay and allowances.
There are limited numbers of employees considered for transfer/promotion across departments. Whenever a person is transferred/promoted from a department of lower average age to a department of higher average age, he/she will get an additional allowance of 10% of basic pay over and above his/her current allowance. There will not be any change in pay structure if a person is transferred/promoted from a department with higher average age to a department with lower average age.
Question:Â What is the approximate percentage change in the average gross pay of the HR department due to transfer of a 40yr old person with basic pay of Rs. 8000 from the Marketing department?
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HR dept’s avg age is 45 and marketing dept’s avg age is 35. Transfer from lower avg age to higher avg age means 10% additional allowance of basic pay.
Guy from marketing has an allowance of 80% of 8000 = 6400,
new allowance = 6400 * ( 1 + 10/100) = 7040.
new gross pay of the transferred person = 8000 + 7040 = 15040.
Initial avg gross pay of HR = 5000 + 70/100 * 5000 = 8500.
New average gross pay of HR (after transfer) = ( 8500 * 5 + 15040 ) / 6 = 9590.
Hence, % change = (9590 – 8500)/8500 ~ 13.
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HR dept’s avg age is 45 and marketing dept’s avg age is 35. Transfer from lower avg age to higher avg age means 10% additional allowance of basic pay.
Guy from marketing has an allowance of 80% of 8000 = 6400,
new allowance = 6400 * ( 1 + 10/100) = 7040.
new gross pay of the transferred person = 8000 + 7040 = 15040.
Initial avg gross pay of HR = 5000 + 70/100 * 5000 = 8500.
New average gross pay of HR (after transfer) = ( 8500 * 5 + 15040 ) / 6 = 9590.
Hence, % change = (9590 – 8500)/8500 ~ 13.

Question 8 of 12
8. Question
There are 100 employees in an organization across five departments. The following table gives the departmentwise distribution of average age, average basic pay and allowances. The gross pay of an employee is the sum of his/her basic pay and allowances.
There are limited numbers of employees considered for transfer/promotion across departments. Whenever a person is transferred/promoted from a department of lower average age to a department of higher average age, he/she will get an additional allowance of 10% of basic pay over and above his/her current allowance. There will not be any change in pay structure if a person is transferred/promoted from a department with higher average age to a department with lower average age.
Question:Â If two employees (each with a basic pay of Rs. 6000) are transferred from Maintenance department to HR department and one person (with a basic pay of Rs. 8000) was transferred from Marketing department to HR department, what will be the percentage change in average basic pay of HR department?
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new avg basic pay after the transfer,
(5 * 5000 + 2 * 6000 + 8000)/8 = 5625
% change = (5625 – 5000/5000) * 100 = 12.5%
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new avg basic pay after the transfer,
(5 * 5000 + 2 * 6000 + 8000)/8 = 5625
% change = (5625 – 5000/5000) * 100 = 12.5%

Question 9 of 12
9. Question
In 1984 â€“ 85 value of exports of manufactured articles exceeds over the value of exports of raw materials by 1 00%. In 1985 â€“ 86 the ratio of % of exports of raw material to that of exports of manufactured articles is 3 : 4. Exports of food in 1985 â€“ 86 exceeds the 1984 â€“ 85 figures by Rs. 1006 crore.
Question:Â In 1984 â€“ 85 what percentage of total values of exports accounts for items related to food.
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The exports related to food in 8586 = 0.23 x 25800 = 5934.
Therefore the exports related to food 198495 = (5934 â€“ 1006) = 4928. Therefore the percentage foo d related exports in 8485 = 4928/22400 = 22%.
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The exports related to food in 8586 = 0.23 x 25800 = 5934.
Therefore the exports related to food 198495 = (5934 â€“ 1006) = 4928. Therefore the percentage foo d related exports in 8485 = 4928/22400 = 22%.

Question 10 of 12
10. Question
In 1984 â€“ 85 value of exports of manufactured articles exceeds over the value of exports of raw materials by 1 00%. In 1985 â€“ 86 the ratio of % of exports of raw material to that of exports of manufactured articles is 3 : 4. Exports of food in 1985 â€“ 86 exceeds the 1984 â€“ 85 figures by Rs. 1006 crore.
Question:Â During 1984 â€“ 85, how much more raw material than food w as exported?
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The Value of Manufactured articles & Raw materials exports In 8485, = (22400 â€“ 4928) = Rs.17472 crore. Since Export in manufactured goods is twice that of raw materials, Therefore the ratio of export o f manufactured goods and raw materials is 2:1
Therefore export of manufactured goods = Rs.11648 crore and Raw materials = Rs.5824 crore
Hence the difference between raw material and food = (5824 â€“ 4928) = R s.896 crore
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The Value of Manufactured articles & Raw materials exports In 8485, = (22400 â€“ 4928) = Rs.17472 crore. Since Export in manufactured goods is twice that of raw materials, Therefore the ratio of export o f manufactured goods and raw materials is 2:1
Therefore export of manufactured goods = Rs.11648 crore and Raw materials = Rs.5824 crore
Hence the difference between raw material and food = (5824 â€“ 4928) = R s.896 crore

Question 11 of 12
11. Question
In 1984 â€“ 85 value of exports of manufactured articles exceeds over the value of exports of raw materials by 1 00%. In 1985 â€“ 86 the ratio of % of exports of raw material to that of exports of manufactured articles is 3 : 4. Exports of food in 1985 â€“ 86 exceeds the 1984 â€“ 85 figures by Rs. 1006 crore.
Question:Â Value of exports of raw materials during 84 â€“ 85 was how much percent less than that for 85 â€“ 86?
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The combined percentage of Manufactured articles and Raw materials in 8586 = 77%
And therefore the ratio will be 4 : 3.
Therefore the percentage of Manufactured articles export = 44% The percentage of Raw materials export = 33%.
Therefore value of manufactured = 0.44 x 25800 = Rs.11352 crore And the value of Raw materials = Rs.8514 crore
Therefore the percentage difference between the value of Raw materials between 8485 and 8586 = [(8514 â€“ 5824)/8514] Ã— 100 = 31.6%
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The combined percentage of Manufactured articles and Raw materials in 8586 = 77%
And therefore the ratio will be 4 : 3.
Therefore the percentage of Manufactured articles export = 44% The percentage of Raw materials export = 33%.
Therefore value of manufactured = 0.44 x 25800 = Rs.11352 crore And the value of Raw materials = Rs.8514 crore
Therefore the percentage difference between the value of Raw materials between 8485 and 8586 = [(8514 â€“ 5824)/8514] Ã— 100 = 31.6%

Question 12 of 12
12. Question
In 1984 â€“ 85 value of exports of manufactured articles exceeds over the value of exports of raw materials by 1 00%. In 1985 â€“ 86 the ratio of % of exports of raw material to that of exports of manufactured articles is 3 : 4. Exports of food in 1985 â€“ 86 exceeds the 1984 â€“ 85 figures by Rs. 1006 crore.
Question:Â The change in value of exports of manufactured articles from 1984 â€“ 85 to 1985 â€“86 is
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The change in value of export s of manufactured articles from 1984 â€“ 85 to 1985 â€“ 86 = (11648 â€“ 11352) = Rs.296 crore
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The change in value of export s of manufactured articles from 1984 â€“ 85 to 1985 â€“ 86 = (11648 â€“ 11352) = Rs.296 crore
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