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# (Download) IBPS PO 2019 Exam Paper Quantitative Aptitude

## (Download) IBPS PO 2019 Exam Paper

## Quantitative Aptitude

## Direction: What should come in place of the question mark '?' in the following number series?

## Q1. 48, 63, 52, 67, ?, 71

a. 52

b. 60

c. 54

d. 62

e. 56

## Q2. 17, 29, 53, 101, 197, ?

a. 391

b. 374

c. 383

d. 375

e. 389

## Q3. 15, 24, 52, 117, ?, 460

a. 237

b. 243

c. 257

d. 251

e. 239

## Q4. 16, 21, 31, 45, 62, ?

a. 81

b. 89

c. 87

d. 78

e. 93

## Q5. 6, 11, 27, 86, ?, 1750

a. 349

b. 341

c. 355

d. 351

e. 363

## Q6. 5, 14, 78, 103, 319, ?

a. 368

b. 372

c. 364

d. 354

e. 378

## Direction: Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below:

## Q. The given bar graph depicting the number of pillows sold by two stores A and B in the given 5 months.

## Q7. What is the respective ratio between total number of pillows sold by store A in June and July together and that by store B in May and June together?

a. 14 : 9

b. 16 : 13

c. 14 : 11

d. 12 : 7

e. 16 : 11

## Q8. If the total number of pillows sold by stores A and B together in August is 230 more than that sold in May, then what is the total number of pillows sold by stores A and B together in August?

a. 690

b. 720

c. 710

d. 680

e. 700

## Q9. The respective ratio between number of pillows sold by store A in February and March is 11 : 7 and the respective ratio between number of pillows sold by store B in February and April is 9 : 13. What is the difference between number of pillows sold by stores A and B in February?

a. 170

b. 160

c. 150

d. 200

e. 180

## Q10.What is the percentage increment in the number of pillows sold by store A from April to June?

a. 700/11

b. 762/11

c. 782/11

d. 720/11

e. 675/11

## Q11. What is the average number of pillows sold by store B in March, April and June?

a. 280

b. 300

c. 270

d. 310

e. 290

## Q12. If the total number of pillows sold by stores A and B together in December is 15% less than that in July, then what is the total number of pillows sold by stores A and B together in December?

a. 468

b. 456

c. 436

d. 442

e. 454

## Q13. A shopkeeper mixed two varieties of rice at Rs. 24/kg and Rs. x/kg in the ratio 2 : 3 respectively and sold the mixture at Rs. 29.88/kg at 20% profit. Find the value of x.

a. 25

b. 25.5

c. 27

d. 30

e. None of these

## Q14. There are 8 blue, 5 yellow and 7 red balls. What is the probability of choosing either 1 yellow or red ball?

a. 2/3

b. 3/4

c. 4/5

d. 3/5

e. 1/2

## Q15. Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 60 hours and 40 hours respectively and pipe C can empty the tank in 15 hours. If pipes A and B are opened for 12 hours, then pipe C is also opened. After how many hours, the tank will be emptied?

a. 15 hours

b. 20 hours

c. 12.5 hours

d. 10 hours

e. None of these

## Printed Study Material for IBPS PO Exam

## Q16. In a 96 litre mixture of water and milk, water is only 40%. The milkman sold 12 litres of the mixture to a customer and then added 10 litres of pure milk and 15 litres of water in the mixture. What is the approximate percentage of water in the final mixture?

a. 47

b. 33

c. 45

d. 42

e. 38

## Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine relation between X and Y.

## Q17. I. 3x² + 23x + 42 = 0

II. y² – 42y + 437 = 0

a. X > Y

b. X < Y

c. X ≥ Y

d. X ≤ Y

e. X=Y or No relation can be established

## Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine relation between X and Y.

## Q18. I. x² + 6x – 135 = 0

II. y² + 10y – 144 = 0

a. X > Y

b. X < Y

c. X ≥ Y

d. X ≤ Y

e. X=Y or No relation can be established

## Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine relation between X and Y.

## Q19. X^{2} = 144

Y^{2} = 1728

a. X > Y

b. X < Y

c. X ≥ Y

d. X ≤ Y

e. X=Y or No relation can be established

## Q20. x^{2} = 25

y^{2} – 1 = 8

a. X > Y

b. X < Y

c. X ≥ Y

d. X ≤ Y

e. X=Y or No relation can be established

## Q21. x^{2} – 10x + 24 = 0

y^{2} – 12y + 35 = 0

a. X > Y

b. X < Y

c. X ≥ Y

d. X ≤ Y

e. X=Y or No relation can be established

## Q22. 2x^{2} – 19x + 45 = 0

y^{2} – 11y + 30 = 0

a. X > Y

b. X < Y

c. X ≥ Y

d. X ≤ Y

e. X=Y or No relation can be established

## Direction: Study the piechart carefully and answer the following questions:

**Given below is the pie chart depicting the total number of shirts sold by
5 stores in in the year 2003. **

**Total number of shirts sold = 2800**

## Q23. Store D sold only two types of shirts formal and casual. If the average of the number of formal shirts sold by store D is 664, then what is the respective ratio between the number of formal and casual shirts sold by store D?

a. 83 : 27

b. 83 : 21

c. 83 : 31

d. 83 : 29

e. 83 : 19

## Q24. If the average number of shirts sold by store C in 2003 and 2004 is 343, then the number of shirts sold by store C in 2004 is what percent less than the number of shirts sold by the same store in 2003?

a. 20%

b. 35%

c. 30%

d. 15%

e. 25%

## Q25. What is the difference between number of shirts sold by A and that by B?

a. 518

b. 498

c. 516

d. 496

e. 504

## Q26. What is the central angle correspondent to the number of shirts sold by D?

a. 120.8°

b. 112.4°

c. 108.6°

d. 124.4°

e. 115.2°

## Q27. Number of shirts sold by E increased by 50% from 2003 to 2004 & decreased by 25% from 2004 to 2005. What is the number of shirts sold by E in 2005?

a. 504

b. 488

c. 516

d. 498

e. 518

## 28. Raj give 60% of his monthly salary to his wife and the remaining he invested in mutual fund. Out of the money his wife got, she spent 20% on groceries, 30% on rent and remaining amount of Rs. 18,000 she spent on buying gold. What is Raj's monthly salary?

a. Rs. 50,000

b. Rs. 76,000

c. Rs. 40,000

d. Rs. 60,000

e. Rs. 80,000

## Q29. 4 years ago, the ratio of A's and B's age is 5 : 3. The sum of the present ages of A, B and C is 80 years. If C's present age is equal to the sum of present ages of A and B. What is present age of A?

a. 24 years

b. 20 years

c. 22 years

d. 26 years

e. 18 years

## Q30. Find the odd one out.

a. GF

b. ST

c. QT

d. RU

e. ED