SBI Quantitative Aptitude Mock Test
1. What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following equation?
25% of 1245 + ? % of 718 = 420
(1) 15
(2) 18
(3) 2
(4) 20
(5) 11
2. If the height of a triangle is decreased 20% and its base is increased by 20% what will be the effect on its area?
(1) No change
(2) get 8% increase
(3) 12% decrease
(4) 16% increase
(5) None of these
3. In 1kg mixture of sand and iron, 20% is iron. How much sand should be added, so that the proportion .of iron becomes 5%?
(1) 3 kg
(2) 4 gms
(3) 5 gms
(4) 6 kg
(5) None of these
4. The denominator of fraction is 2 more than thrice its numerator. If the numerator as well as denominator, is increased by one, the fraction becomes 1/3. What was the original fraction?
(1) 4/13
(2) 3/11
(3) 5/13
(4) 5/11
(5) None of these.
5. If 2x+ y= 15, 2y+ z= 25 and 22+ x = 26, what is the value of z ?
(1) 4
(2) 7
(3) 9
(4) 12
(5) None of these
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Directions (610): Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below : Percentage net profit of two companies over the years .
6. If the total income in 1992 for Company B was 140 crores, what was the total expenditure in that year?
(1) 100 crores
(2) 110 crores
(3) 98 crores
(4) Data inadequate
(5) None of these
7. If the total expenditure of 1993 and 1994 together of Company B was Rs. 270 crores, what was the total income in these years?
(1) Rs. 121.5 crores
(2) Rs. 135 crores
(3) Rs. 140 crores
(4) Data inadequate
(5) None of these
8. In how many of the given years the percentage of expenditure to the income of Company A was less than fifty?
(1) One
(2) Two
(3) Three
(4) Four
(5) None of these
9. If the total expenditure of Company B in 1994 was Rs. 200 crores, what was the total income?
(1) Rs. 160 crores
(2) Rs. 240 crores
(3) Rs. 260 crores
(4) Data inadequate
(5) None of these
10. In which of the following years was the total income more than doubles the total expenditure in that year for Company B?
(1) 1995
(2) 1993
(3) 1997
(4) 1992
(5) None of these
Directions (1115): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
Number of candidates from different locations appeared and passed in a competitive examination over the years
Year  Rural  Semiurban  Statecapitals  Metropolises  
App.  Passed  App.  Passed  App.  Passed  App.  Passed  
1990  1652  208  7894  2513  5054  1468  9538  3214 
1991  1839  317  9562  2933  7164  3284  10158  4018 
1992  2153  932  8139  2468  8258  3159  9695  3038 
1993  5032  1798  9432  3528  8529  3628  11247  5158 
1994  4915  1658  9784  4015  9015  4311  12518  6328 
1995  5628  2392  9969  4263  1725  4526  13624  6419 
11. For the candidates from which of the following locations was there continuous increase both in appeared and passed?
(1) Semiurban
(2) Statecapital
(3) Statecapital & Rural
(4) Metropolises
(5) None of these
12. In which of the following years was the percentage qualified to appeared candidates from Semiurban area the least?
(1) 1991
(2) 1993
(3) 1990
(4) 1992
(5) None of these
13. Approximately, what was the percentage drop in the number of Semiurban candidates appeared from 1991 to 1992?
(1) 5
(2) 10
(3) 15
(4) 8
(5) 12
14. In 1993 the percentage of candidates qualified to appeared was approximately 35 from which location?
(1) Rural
(2) Rural and Metropolises
(3) Semiurban and Metropolises
(4) Rural and Semiurban
(5) None of these
15. The total number of candidates qualified from Rural in 1993 and Semiurban in 1990 was exactly equal to the total number of candidates qualified from Statecapitals in which of the following years?
(1) 1990
(2) 1993
(3) 1994
(4) 1992
(5) None of these
Directions (1620): Following (a) to (h) are combinations of an operation and an operand.
(a) means ‘÷ 3’
(b) means ‘x3’
(c) means ‘3’
(d) means ‘+3’
(e) means ‘÷2’
(f) means ‘x2’
(g) means ‘2’
(h) means ‘+2’
You have been given one or more of these as answer choices for the following questions. Select the appropriate choice to replace the question mark in the equations.
16. 42 x 21 – 12 ?=88O
(1) a
(2) f
(3) g
(4) d
(5) None of these
17. 36 + 12 ? = 48
(1) a followed by f
(2) a followed by b
(3) b followed by f
(4) c followed by a
(5) None of these
18. 48 ? + 12 x 4 = 48
(1) e followed by b
(2) d followed by a
(3) f followed by a
(4) b followed by f
(5) None of these
19. 18 x 3 ÷ 2 + 3 < 27 (?)
(1) d followed by a
(2) a followed by g
(3) d followed by g
(4) d followed by h
(5) None of these
20. (48 + 9) ÷ 19 x 2 = 12 ?
(1) A followed by h
(2) b followed by e
(3) c followed by a
(4) a followed by d
(5) None of these
21. In a box carrying one dozen of oranges, onethird have become bad. lf 3 oranges are taken out from the box at random, what is the probability that at least one orange out of the three oranges picked up is good?
(1) 1/56
(2) 54/56
(3) 45/56
(4) 3/56
(5) None of these
22. Letters of the word DIRECTOR are arranged in such a way that all the vowels come together. Find out the total number of ways for making such arrangement.
(1) 14320
(2) 2720
(3) 32160
(4) 1120
(5) None of these
23. The top of a 15 metre high tower makes an angle of elevation of 60° with the bottom of an electric pole and an angle of elevation of 30° with the top of the pole, What is the height of the electric pole?
(1) 5 metres
(2) 8 metres
(3) 10 metres
(4) 12 metres
(5) None of these
24. Which of the following values of P satisfy the inequality
P(P3)<4p12 p=""> < 4P12
<4p12 p="">(1) P>14 or P < 13
(2) 24 ≤ P ≤ 71
(3) P > 13; P < 51
(4) 23 < P < 41
(5) P = 4, P = +3
25. A circular ground whose diameter is 35 metres, has a 1.4 metre broad garden around it. What is the area of the garden in square metres?
(1) 160.16
(2) 6.16
(3) 1122.66
(4) Data inadequate
(5) None of these
Directions (26 30): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below.
Marks (out of 50) obtained by five students P, Q, R, S and T in Five Subjects in five periodical examination of each subject.
Subject 
Students
 
Periodicals
 
P

Q

R

S

T
 
I  II  III  IV  V  I  II  III  IV  V  I  II  III  IV  V  I  II  III  IV  V  I  II  III  IV  V  
Maths  40  30  45  20  35  30  20  35  45  40  30  35  40  45  40  25  35  40  45  30  29  31  39  41  40 
Science  30  40  25  30  20  25  45  30  37  28  48  46  31  40  80  31  34  38  27  30  44  36  40  30  40 
History  35  25  15  30  40  33  27  40  34  26  35  45  40  30  35  34  40  36  42  48  37  43  35  45  40 
Geography  45  47  32  39  37  42  43  30  40  25  25  35  48  37  25  39  37  44  40  30  38  39  33  40  40 
English  24  28  36  39  43  30  28  37  34  31  26  28  31  30  40  31  34  35  45  40  30  30  35  45  40 
26. What was the average marks of the five subjects of student Q in the 1st periodical?
(1) 32
(2) 34
(3) 40
(4) 30
(5) None of these
27. What was the total of marks of student T in Science in all the periodicals together?
(1) 160
(2) 180
(3) 190
(4) 140
(5) None of these
28. The average percentage of marks obtained by student P in Maths in the five periodicals was exactly equal to the average percentage of marks obtained by student Ft in the five periodicals in which of the following subjects?
(1) English
(2) Geography
(3) Science and Geography
(4) Maths
(5) None of these
29. In which of the following subjects was the average percentage of marks obtained by student S the highest?
(1) Maths
(2) Science
(3) History
(4) Geography
(5) English
30. In which of the periodicals the student P obtained highest percentage of marks in Geography?
(1) I
(2) II
(3) III
(4) IV
(5) V
Directions (3135) : In each of the following questions, a question is asked followed by three Statements. You have to study the questions and all the three statements given and decide whether any information provided in the statement(s) is/are redundant and can be dispensed with while answering the question?
31. 8 men and 14 women are working together in a field. After working for 3 days, 5 men and 8 women leave the work. How many more days will be required to complete the work?
(A) 19 men and 12 women together can complete the work in 18 days.
(B) 16 men can complete two third of the work in 16 days.
(C) In a day, the work done by three men is equal to the work done by tour women.
(1) A only
(2) B only
(3) C only
(4) B or C only
(5) A or B or C
32. Which is the area of the given right angled triangle?
(A) Length of the diagonal is 5 cms.
(B) Perimeter of the triangle is tour times its base.
(C) One of the angles of the triangle is of 60°.
(1) C only
(2) B only
(3) B or C only
(4) B and C both
(5) Information given in all the three statements together is not sufficient to answer the question.
33. Three friends X, Y and Z started a partnership business investing money in the ratio of 5:4:2 respectively for period of 3 years. What is the amount received by X as the share in the total profit?
(A) Total amount invested in the business is Rs. 22,000/.
(B) Profit was distributed after a period of 2 years.
(C) The average amount of profit earned per year is Rs. 2,750/.
(1) A only
(2) B only
(3) C only
(4) A or C only
(5) A or B or C
34. How much time will the train ‘X’ take to ‘cross another train ‘Y’ running in opposite direction?
(A) Train ‘X’ crosses a signal pole in 6 seconds.
(B) Ratio of the speeds of trains ‘X’ and ‘Y’ is 3:2.
(C) Length of the two trains together is 500 metres.
(1) A only
(2) B only
(3) C only
(4) A or B only
(5) Question cannot be answered even with the information in all the three statements.
35. What will be the cost of painting the four walls of a room with length, width and height 5 metres, 3 metres and 8 metres respectively. The room has one door and one window.
(A) Cost of painting per square metre is Rs. 25.00
(B) Area of window of 2.25 sq. meters which is half of the area of the door.
(C) Area of the room is 15 sq. metres.
(1) A only
(2) B only
(3) C only
(4) B or C
(5) All are required to answer the question.
Questions  Answers 
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2  2 
3  1 
4  2 
5  5 
6  5 
7  4 
8  3 
9  5 
10  5 
11  5 
12  4 
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14  1 
15  3 
16  5 
17  2 
18  3 
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20  1 
21  5 
22  5 
23  3 
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26  1 
27  3 
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30  1 
31  5 
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34  5 
35  3 
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