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SBI PO 2014 Prelims Previous Year Paper

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June 18, 2019
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SBI PO 2014 Prelims

Section

Question

Marks

Logical Reasoning

50 Question (1 – 50)

50

Data Interpretation

50 Question (51 – 100)

50

Questions: 1 – 2

Directions (1-2) :

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. There are five statues – L, M, N, O and P – each of them having different height. Statue L is smaller than only statue M. Statue O is smaller than statue N. Statue O is longer than statue P. The height of the tallest statue is 20 feet. The height of the second smallest statue is 11 feet.

 

Q. 1 What will be the height of statue P?

A. 13 feet

B. 15 feet

C. 9 feet

D. 12 feet

E. 14 feet

 

Q. 2 What will be the height of the third tallest statue?

A. 13 feet

B. 10 feet

C. 19 feet

D. 9 feet

E. 11 feet

 

Q. 3 If the expressions S=T>O≥R and P≤O

A. T>O

B. R>S

C. Z>R

D. P>T

E. P<Z

 

Questions: 4 – 10

Directions (4-10) :

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. Eight persons – H, I, J, K, L, M, N and O – are standing in a straight line at equidistant. Some of them are facing north while others are facing south. M is standing third to the right to H. M is standing at one of the extreme ends. L is standing third to the left of H. The immediate neighbours of J face north. N is not an immediate neighbour of H. The persons standing at the extreme ends face the same direction (Both are facing either north or south). The immediate neighbours of H face just opposite direction as that of M. The immediate neighbours of O face opposite directions with respect to each other. One of the immediate neighbours of L is K who is facing north. I is standing between J and M. Not more than four persons are facing north.

 

Q. 4 Who among the following is third to the left of N?

A. K

B. J

C. H

D. I

E. O

 

Q. 5 The immediate neighbours of L are :

A. M and N

B. N and O

C. K and N

D. N and H

E. J and H

 

Q. 6 How many persons are standing exactly between I and O?

A. Three

B. Four

C. One

D. Two

E. None

 

Q. 7 Who among the following is to the immediate left of H?

A. O

B. J

C. I

D. L

E. K

 

Q. 8 Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the above arrangement and hence form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?

A. N

B. L

C. O

D. I

E. K

 

Q. 9 Who among the following is exactly between L and J?

A. N

B. O

C. H

D. I

E. None

 

Q. 10 Who among the following is fourth to the right of J?

A. N

B. I

C. H

D. L

E. K

 

Questions: 11 – 15

Direction (11-15) :

In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements.

The statements are followed by two conclusions. Select the answer based on the conclusions.

 

Q. 11 Statements :

B>C = D≥X; E≤X; Z≥D

Conclusions :

I. B>E

II. Z≥B

A. Conclusion I is true

B. Conclusion II is true

C. Either conclusion I or II is true

D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E. Both conclusions I and II are true

 

Q. 12 Statements :

E>F≥GConclusions :

I. G≤E

II. J≥F

A. Conclusion I is true

B. Conclusion II is true

C. Either conclusion I or II is true

D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E. Both conclusions I and II are true

 

Q. 13 Statements :

K≤LN≥O;T>M≤P

Conclusions :

I. T>K

II. P>O

A. Conclusion I is true

B. Conclusion II is true

C. Either conclusion I or II is true

D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E. Both conclusions I and II are true

 

Q. 14 Statements :

B>O = K≥L; D>K≥S

Conclusions :

I. OII. S≤L

A. Conclusion I is true

B. Conclusion II is true

C. Either conclusion I or II is true

D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E. Both conclusions I and II are true

 

Q. 15 Statements :

B>O = K≥L; D>K≥S

Conclusions :

I. L>D

II. B>S

A. Conclusion I is true

B. Conclusion II is true

C. Either conclusion I or II is true

D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true

E. Both conclusions I and II are true

 

Questions: 16 – 20

Directions (16-20) :

Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

 

Q. 16 What is the code of ‘shine’ in a certain code language?

I. In that code language ‘shine was peeled off’ is written as ‘&#@9’ and ‘no paint but shine’ is written as ‘75#8’.

II. In that code language ‘try the new shine’ is written as ‘13#0’ and ‘we try the new’ is written as ’6013’.

A. Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question

B. Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

C. Either statement I or II alone is sufficient to answer the question

D. Both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question

E. Both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the questions

 

Q. 17 How C is related to H?

I. N is son of H. J is mother of Z. N and Z are cousins. C is husband of J.

II. L is father of C. A is mother of D. L is married to A. H is wife of D. J is wife of C.

A. Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question

B. Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

C. Either statement I or II alone is sufficient to answer the question

D. Both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question

E. Both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the questions

 

Q. 18 In which direction point ‘A’ is located with respect to point ‘B’?

I. A man starts walking from point ‘A’ towards east after walking 3 metres reaches point ‘N’, he turns right and walks 7 metres to reach point ‘M’. Then he turns right and walks 6 metres to reach point ‘O’. He again turns right and walks 7 metres to reach point ‘P’. He then turns left and walks 2 metres to reach point ‘B’.

II. A man starts walking from point ‘A’ towards east and after walking 3 metres reaches

point ‘N’. From point ‘N’ he walks 7 metres towards south and reaches point ‘M’. From point ‘M’ he walks 6 metres towards west and reaches point ‘O’. From point ‘O’ he walks 7 metres towards north and reaches point ‘P’. From point ‘P’ he walks towards west and reaches point ‘B’. The distance between points A and B is 8 metres.

A. Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question

B. Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

C. Either statement I or II alone is sufficient to answer the question

D. Both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question

E. Both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the questions

 

Q. 19 How many students scored more than B in a class of 25 students?

I. More than four but less than ten students scored more than that of B. B’s rank is an odd number. Seventeen students scored less than D.

II. The rank of C is 16th from the last. B got more marks than C. Only two students are there between B and C.

A. Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question

B. Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

C. Either statement I or II alone is sufficient to answer the question

D. Both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question

E. Both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the questions

 

Q. 20 Five persons – A, B, C, D and E – are sitting around a circular table. Some of them are facing towards centre while others are facing outside.

Who is sitting second to the left of A?

I. B is facing outside. C is to the immediate left of B. D is the second to the right of C. A is to the immediate left of E.

II. D is to the immediate right of A. Both D and A are facing towards the centre. D and B are immediate neighbours of each other.

A. Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question

B. Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

C. Either statement I or II alone is sufficient to answer the question

D. Both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question

E. Both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the questions

 

Questions: 21 – 27

Directions (21-27) :

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. A word and number arrangement machine when given an input rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and various steps of rearrangement. (All the numbers are two digit numbers). Input : sweet 46 nice 36 friend 26 help 96 bright 76 kind 66

Step I : sweet 46 nice 36 friend 26 help bright 76 kind 66 96

Step II : sweet nice 46 36 friend 26 help bright kind 66 76 96

Step III : sweet nice kind 46 36 friend 26 help bright 66 76 96

Step IV : sweet nice kind help 36 friend 26 bright 46 66 76 96

Step V : sweet nice kind help friend 26 bright 36 46 66 76 96

Step VI : sweet nice kind help friend bright 26 36 46 66 76 96

And step VI is the last step of the rearrangement as the desired arrangement is obtained. As per rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the questions the appropriate step for the given input. Input : arrow 98 paint 58 lamb 38 each 78 great 18 most 48 rent 88

 

Q. 21 Which word/number would be fifth to the left of the sixth element from the right in the step V?

A. Great

B. Arrow

C. Lamb

D. 38

E. 48

 

Q. 22 Which of the following represents the position of “58” in the step IV?

A. Eighth from left

B. Third from right

C. Ninth from left

D. Eleventh from left

E. Fifth from right

 

Q. 23 How many elements (words/numbers) are there between “most” and “78” as they appear in the step VI?

A. Eight

B. Seven

C. Nine

D. Five

E. Four

 

Q. 24 Which step number is the following output?

Rent paint most arrow 58 lamb 38 each great 18 48 78 88 98

A. There is no such step

B. Step II

C. Step V

D. Step VI

E. Step III

 

Q. 25 Which element (word/number) would be at the eleventh position from the right in the step III?

A. Lamb

B. Arrow

C. 58

D. 38

E. Each

 

Q. 26 Which element (word/number) would be at the sixth position from the left in the step VI?

A. 18

B. Arrow

C. Great

D. Each

E. 38

 

Q. 27 At which of the following positions “great” would appear from the left in the step V?

A. Fifth

B. Sixth

C. Fourth

D. Second

E. Third

 

Questions: 28 – 34

Directions (28-34) :

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below : Eight friends – R, S, T, U, V, W, X and Y – are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them studies in the different standards viz, standard I to standard VIII, but not necessarily in the same order. T is second to the right of the person who studies in standard VIII. Only one person sits between T and the person who studies in standard V. X is sitting third to the left of the person who studies in standard VIII. The person studying in standard VIII is not an immediate neighbour of the person studying in standard VII. T does not study in standard VIII. The person studying in standard VI is to the left of U. U does not study in standard V or standard VIII. The person studying in standard VI and VII are immediate neighbours of each other. One of the immediate neighbours of the person studying in standard VIII, studies in standard II. S and Y are immediate neighbours to each other. There is one person between S and R. V does not study in standard I. R studies in standard V. Y does not study in standard II. W is sitting between the persons who study in standard VII and standard IV. X is second to the right of the person studying in standard I.

 

Q. 28 Who among the following is sitting third to the right of T?

A. The person studying in standard II

B. The person studying in standard V

C. Y

D. The person studying in standard I

 

Q. 29 Who among the following is sitting just opposite to R?

A. The person studying in standard VI

B. W

C. The person studying in standard V

D. S

E. The person studying in standard VII

 

Q. 30 Which of the following pairs represents the immediate neighbours of V?

A. R and the person studying in standard VIII

B. S and the person studying in standard III

C. The person studying in standard V and Y

D. Cannot be determined

E. None of these

 

Q. 31 What is the position of W with respect to S?

A. Fourth to the right

B. Fourth to the left

C. Third to the right

D. Fifth to the right

E. Sixth to the left

 

Q. 32 Starting from R, if all the persons are made to sit in the alphabetical order in clockwise direction, the positions of how many (excluding R) will remain unchanged?

A. Two

B. Three

C. Four

D. One

E. None

 

Q. 33 Who among the following is sitting fourth to the left of the person who studies in standard II?

A. U

B. W

C. X

D. S

E. Cannot be determined

 

Q. 34 Who among the following is sitting exactly between the person who studies in standard III and W?

A. T

B. U

C. R

D. V

E. Y

 

Questions: 35 – 40

Directions (35-40) :

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. A college planned to conduct an education fair. The college asked foreign universities to participate in the education fair so that students could know about the foreign universities. Even foreign universities can tell which course is good in which university. The courses offered by these universities are Social Science, Psychology, Medicine, Commerce, Astronomy, Computer Science and Architecture. The fair will start on Monday and will end on Sunday of the same week. Social Science stall will be set up immediately before the Medicine stall. Medicine stall will not be set up on Tuesday or Thursday. There will be a gap of one day between the stalls of Astronomy and Medicine. Architecture stall will be set up immediately after Astronomy stall. Computer Science stall will be set up on Monday.

 

Q. 35 Which of the following stalls will be set up on Thursday?

A. Astronomy

B. Psychology

C. Medicine

D. Architecture

E. None of these

 

Q. 36 Which of the following stalls will be set up immediately after the Computer Science stall?

A. Medicine

B. Commerce

C. Psychology

D. Social Science

E. None of these

 

Q. 37 On which of the following days of the week the stall on architecture will be set up?

A. Saturday

B. Tuesday

C. Thursday

D. Friday

E. None of these

 

Q. 38 Which of the following pairs of stalls will be set up between the stalls on Computer Science and Psychology?

A. Social Science and Astronomy

B. Medicine and Astronomy

C. Social Science and Medicine

D. Medicine and Commerce

E. None of these

 

Q. 39 Which of the following stalls will be set up on Friday?

A. Commerce

B. Medicine

C. Psychology

D. Architecture

E. None of these

 

Q. 40 Which of the following stalls will be set up on Wednesday?

A. Medicine

B. Architecture

C. Psychology

D. Social Science

E. None of these

 

Questions: 41 – 45

Directions (41-45) :

Below in each question are given two statements (A) and (B). These statements may be either independent causes or may be effects of independent causes or a common cause. One of these statements may be the effect of the other statement. Read both the statements and decide which of the options correctly depicts the relationship between the two statements.

 

Q. 41 (A) A substantial increase in unhealthy competition has been observed among the

Students.

(B) A rise of 23% is reported every year in the cases of suicides after declaration of grade 10th and 12th examination results.

A. (A) is the cause and (B) is its effect

B. (B) is the cause and (A) is its effect

C. Both statement (A) and (B) are independent causes

D. Both (A) and (B) are effects of independent causes

E. Both (A) and (B) are effects of some common cause

 

Q. 42 (A) The glaciers at the poles of the earth are melting at a fast rate.

(B) In recent times there has been a substantial increase in the incidents of earthquakes

and volcanic eruptions.

A. (A) is the cause and (B) is its effect

B. (B) is the cause and (A) is its effect

C. Both statement (A) and (B) are independent causes

D. Both (A) and (B) are effects of independent causes

E. Both (A) and (B) are effects of some common cause

 

Q. 43 (A) Most of the shopkeepers in the locality closed their shops for the second continuous day.

(B) Two groups of people living in the locality have been fighting with each other with bricks and stones forcing people to stay indoors

A. (A) is the cause and (B) is its effect

B. (B) is the cause and (A) is its effect

C. Both statement (A) and (B) are independent causes

D. Both (A) and (B) are effects of independent causes

E. Both (A) and (B) are effects of some common cause

 

Q. 44 (A) The government has decided to increase the prices of LPG gas cylinders with immediate effect.

(B) The government has decided to increase the prices of kerosene with immediate effect.

A. (A) is the cause and (B) is its effect

B. (B) is the cause and (A) is its effect

C. Both statement (A) and (B) are independent causes

D. Both (A) and (B) are effects of independent causes

E. Both (A) and (B) are effects of some common cause

 

Q. 45 (A) The country ‘X’ has banned the import of fruit.

(B) The intake of that fruit causes disease.

A. (A) is the cause and (B) is its effect

B. (B) is the cause and (A) is its effect

C. Both statement (A) and (B) are independent causes

D. Both (A) and (B) are effects of independent causes

E. Both (A) and (B) are effects of some common cause

 

Questions: 46 – 50

Directions (46-50) :

In each questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to assume everything in the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the conclusions logically follows from the information given in the statements.

 

Q. 46 Statements :

No star is a cone.

Some cones are triangles.

All kites are stars.

Conclusion :

I. All stars are kites

II. At least some triangles are stars.

A. Only conclusion I follows

B. Only conclusion II follows

C. Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

D. There is possibility that some stars are triangles

E. Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

 

Q. 47 Statements :

All drums are banjos.

Some drums are guitars.

No banjo is a flute.

Conclusions :

I. Some guitar are flutes

II. No guitar is flute.

A. Only conclusion I follows

B. Only conclusion II follows

C. There is possibility that some flutes are banjos

D. Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

E. Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

 

Q. 48 Statements :

Some pins are needles.

All needles are swords.

Some swords are knives.

Conclusions :

I. All swords being pins is a possibility.

II. No needle being knife is a possibility.

A. Only conclusion I follows

B. Only conclusion II follows

C. Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

D. Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

E. There is possibility that some pins are knives

Q. 49 Statements :

Some schemes are offers.

Some offers are discount.

No discount is a loan.

Conclusions :

I. Those offers which are discounts can never be loans.

II. Some loans are definitely schemes.

A. Only conclusion I follows

B. There is possibility that all schemes are loans

C. Only conclusion II follows

D. Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

E. Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

 

Q. 50 Statements :

No car is hotel.

All listed are hotels.

No lodge is house.

Conclusions :

I. Some houses are not lodges

II. No lodge is car

A. There is possibility that all houses are cars

B. Only conclusion I follows

C. Only conclusion II follows

D. Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

E. Both conclusion I and conclusion II follows

 

Questions: 51 – 57

Directions (51-57) :

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions.

For a room, the rate of painting is Rs. 3200 per square metre. The rate of carpeting per square metre is 120% of that of tiling. The cost of decorating the room is 14 times to that of carpeting the floor. The cost of electrification is 75% of that of carpeting the floor. The rate of tiling on the floor is 125% of that of painting. The dimensions of the room are 6 m x 6 m x 5 m.

 

Q. 51 What is the ratio of the cost of painting the four walls of the room and that of decoration?

A. 10:63

B. 10:61

C. 10:21

D. 21:10

E. None of these

 

Q. 52 What will be the total cost of decorating the room and tiling the floor when the four walls have also been tiled to a height of 0.25 metre?

A. Rs. 5287200

B. Rs. 2587200

C. Rs. 2588200

D. Rs. 2577200

E. None of these

 

Q. 53 What will be the total cost of painting, carpeting, decoration and electrification of the room if the dimensions of the room be 21 m x 42 m x 27 m?

A. Rs. 30888000

B. Rs. 8388000

C. Rs. 80388000

D. Rs. 40888000

E. None of these

 

Q. 54 What will be the cost of tiling the floor of the room if the rate of tiling be increased by 75% and the dimensions of the room be 51 m x 59 m x 84 m?

A. Rs. 21163000

B. Rs. 1263000

C. Rs. 2163000

D. Rs. 21063000

E. None of these

 

Q. 55 If the length of the room be increased by 20%, breadth by 32% and height by 12%, then what will be the total cost of painting of the four walls of the room and tiling the floor?

A. Rs. 76996.80

B. Rs. 67996.80

C. Rs. 67796.80

D. Rs. 76796.80

E. None of these

 

Q. 56 What will be the total cost of carpeting, decoration, electrification and tiling the floor if the rate of painting be doubled?

A. Rs. 5771200

B. Rs. 5731200

C. Rs. 5371200

D. Rs. 7571200

E. None of these

 

Q. 57 What will be the cost of decoration of the room if it’s cost be increased by 25%?

A. Rs. 60480

B. Rs. 604800

C. Rs. 6048000

D. Rs. 6448000

E. None of these

 

Questions: 58 – 63

Directions (58-63) :

In the following multiple bar diagram, the data regarding cost of production and sales revenue of the company XYZ in the given years have been given. Study the bar diagram carefully and wander the questions.

 

Q. 58 By what percent is the amount received from the sales in the year 2005 of the company, more than the expenditure on production in the year 2008?

A. 45%

B. 40%

C. 48%

D. 49%

E. 50%

 

Q. 59 In how many years the cost of production is more than the average cost of production of the given years?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. None of these

 

Q. 60 In how many years the sales revenue is less than the average sales revenue of the given years?

A. 1

B. 3

C. 2

D. 4

E. None of these

 

Q. 61 If the cost of production in 2004 and 2007 be increased by 25% and 30% respectively, then by what percent will the total cost in these both years be more than the sales revenue of the year 2008?

A. 62.7%

B. 65.7%

C. 67.7%

D. 68.5%

E. None of these

 

Q. 62 In which year the company had maximum profit percent?

A. 2008

B. 2007

C. 2006

D. 2005

E. 2004

 

Q. 63 If the sales revenues in the year 2005, 2006 and 2007 increased by 20%, 25% and 30% respectively and the costs of the production in the years 2007, 2008 and 2009 increased by 20%, 25% and 35% respectively what will be the difference between average sales revenue and average body of production?

A. Rs. 185.59 thousands

B. Rs. 188.59 thousands

C. Rs. 174.59 thousands

D. Rs. 200.59 thousands

E. None of these

 

Questions: 64 – 69

Directions (64-69) :

In the following multiple graphs, production of wheat (in quintals) by the states Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab have been given. Study the following graphs carefully to answer the questions.

 

Q. 64 If the production of wheat by Madhya Pradesh in the years 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2007 increase by 30%, 40%, 45% and 40% respectively, what will be the overall percentage increase in the production of wheat in the state in the given years?

A. 22%

B. 25%

C. 35%

D. 16%

E. 19%

 

Q. 65 What was the average production of wheat by all three states in the year 2005?(in quintals)

A. 2866+1/3

B. 2866+2/3

C. 2688+2/3

D. 2688+1/3

E. None of these

 

Q. 66 In the given years, what is the average production of wheat in Bihar? (in quintals)

A. 3068

B. 3076

C. 3086

D. 3088

E. None of these

 

Q. 67 If the productions of wheat in Bihar in the years 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 increase by 20%, 25%, 28% and 35% respectively; what will be the percentage increase in the average productions of the state for the given years?

A. 35.7%

B. 38.7%

C. 40.7%

D. 42 5%

E. None of these

 

Q. 68 By what percent is the total production of wheat by three states in the year 2002, 2003 and 2004 more or less than that in the year 2005, 2006 and 2007?

A. 2.5%

B. 2.6%

C. 1.9%

D. 1.09%

E. None of these

 

Q. 69 What was the total production of wheat by these three states in the year 2007? (in quintals)

A. 9900

B. 9700

C. 9989

D. 8800

E. None of these

 

Questions: 70 – 75

Directions (70-75) :

In the following bar diagram the number of engineers employed in various companies has been given. Study the bar diagram carefully to answer the questions.

 

Q. 70 The number of post graduate engineers employed in the company W is what percent of the total engineers employed in that company?

A. 33+1/3

B. 30+1/3

C. 25+1/3

D. 36+1/3

E. None of these

 

Q. 71 What is the average number of junior engineers employed in all the companies?

A. 150

B. 170

C. 160

D. 180

E. 190

 

Q. 72 What is the difference between the average number of junior engineers and assistant engineers taking all the companies together?

A. 18

B. 15

C. 10

D. 22

E. 25

 

Q. 73 If the number of assistant engineers employed in all the companies be increased by 37% and the number of post graduate engineers employed in all the companies be decreased by 20%, by what percent will the number of assistant engineers be less than that of post graduate engineers?

A. 5.6%

B. 7.8%

C. 8%

D. 9.3%

E. None of these

 

Q. 74 If the number of all the engineers in the company V, company X and company Y be increased by 30%, 35% and 40% respectively, what will be the overall percentage increase in the number of all the engineers of all the companies taken together?

A. 20%

B. 22%

C. 24%

D. 25%

E. None of these

 

Q. 75 What is the ratio between the number of assistant engineers employed in company V and company X?

A. 3:5

B. 3:4

C. 2:3

D. 3:2

E. None of these

 

Questions: 76 – 81

Directions (76-81) :

In the following pie charts the percentage of employees of a company working in 8 different countries had been given. Study these pie charts carefully to answer the questions.

 

Q. 76 What is the ratio between male employees working in the country I and country II

Respectively?

A. 3:4

B. 5:4

C. 5:3

D. 3:2

E. 2:3

 

Q. 77 What is the ratio between the number of male employees and female employees in country II?

A. 70:53

B. 70:31

C. 70:59

D. 53:70

E. None of these

 

Q. 78 What is the approximate average number of male employees in countries I, II and III?

A. 9670

B. 6970

C. 6907

D. 6977

E. None of these

 

Q. 79 What is the average number of female employees in the countries IV and VII?

A. 1370

B. 1070

C. 1570

D. 1470

E. None of these

 

Q. 80 If an increase of 40% is made in the average number of female employees, working countries III, IV and V, then their resulting average number will be what percent of the average number of female employees?

A. 83%

B. 85%

C. 65%

D. 68%

E. 69%

 

Q. 81 By what percent is the total number of employees in countries V, VI and VII more than the number of male employees working in the countries II, III and IV?

A. 50.2%

B. 53.6%

C. 55%

D. 48%

E. 49%

 

Questions: 82 – 87

Directions (82-87) :

In the following table, information regarding publishing books by different publishers has been given. Study the table carefully and answer the questions.

 

Q. 82 What is the difference between the number of academic books published by publishing houses M and P?

A. 450

B. 640

C. 540

D. 504

E. None of these

 

Q. 83 How many books were given to each distributor by publisher Q if each publisher gets equal number of books?

A. 1806

B. 1068

C. 1608

D. 1308

E. None of these

 

Q. 84 What is the average number of non-academic books published by publishers R and S?

A. 18750

B. 18850

C. 19950

D. 18950

E. 19990

 

Q. 85 What is the total number of books distributed by publishers O and Q?

A. 26702

B. 27324

C. 55026

D. 54026

E. None of these

 

Q. 86 If the total number of books published by publishers P, Q and R is increased by 30% and the total number of books published by remaining publishers decrease by 20%, what will be the new average of books published by an the publishers?

A. 33418

B. 33318

C. 32518

D. 33618

E. None of these

 

Q. 87 The ratio of the number of books published by publishers P and Q is

A. 156:139

B. 156:169

C. 3:5

D. 5:17

E. None of these

 

Questions: 88 – 95

Directions (88-95) :

In the following table the number of candidates appeared and qualified for different posts in an institute during various years has been given. Read the table carefully and answer the questions.

 

Q. 88 What is the approximate average number of candidates who qualified for all the posts in the year 2002?

A. 300

B. 280

C. 290

D. 310

E. 314

 

Q. 89 What is the approximate average number of candidates who appeared for all the posts in the year 2006?

A. 366

B. 389

C. 386

D. 375

E. 390

 

Q. 90 The difference between the number of candidates who appeared and qualified for the post D in the year 2001, 2002 and 2003 is

A. 615

B. 605

C. 601

D. 515

E. 505

 

Q. 91 What approximate percentage of candidates qualified for the post of A in the year 2003?

A. 73%

B. 70%

C. 68%

D. 69%

E. 75%

 

Q. 92 The respective ratio between the number of candidates who qualified for the posts of A and D in the year 2002 is

A. 67:38

B. 38:63

C. 38:67

D. 19:31

E. None of these

 

Q. 93 In which year maximum numbers of candidates were selected for the post of A?

A. 2003

B. 2004

C. 2005

D. 2006

E. 2002

 

Q. 94 In which year minimum numbers of candidates were qualified for the post of F?

A. 2002

B. 2003

C. 2004

D. 2006

E. 2005

 

Q. 95 The average number of candidates who qualified for all the posts in the year 2004 is

A. 300

B. 315

C. 328

D. 345

E. 360

 

Questions: 96 – 100

Directions (96-100) :

Study the pie charts carefully to answer the following questions.

 

Q. 96 Number of girls enrolled in dancing form what percent of total number of students in the school? (rounded off to two digits after decimal)

A. 12.35

B. 14.12

C. 11.67

D. 10.08

E. None of these

 

Q. 97 How many boys are enrolled in singing and craft together?

A. 505

B. 610

C. 485

D. 420

E. None of these

 

Q. 98 What is the respective ratio of number of girls enrolled in swimming to the number of boys enrolled in swimming?

A. 47:49

B. 23:29

C. 29:23

D. 49:47

E. None of these

 

Q. 99 What is the total number of girls enrolled in swimming and drawing together?

A. 480

B. 525

C. 505

D. 495

E. None of these

 

Q. 100 What is the approximate percentage of boys in the school?

A. 34

B. 56

C. 28

D. 50

E. None of these

 

 

Answer Sheet
Question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Answer C A D B C D A E B D
Question 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Answer A D E A B C C C B E
Question 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Answer C D A E B D A B E A
Question 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
Answer C D B A B D A C E A
Question 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
Answer A D B E B D D A D E
Question 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
Answer A B C D A B C A B C
Question 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70
Answer A A C A B C B D A A
Question 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
Answer B C D B B B C C D A
Question 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
Answer B C B C D B B A C D
Question 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
Answer A B D C C C A D B E

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