Important D.I For IBPS/SBI Exam

Directions (Q.1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.
The bar graph shows the marked price of five different models of car

Q.1)A dealer gives an additional discount besides the discount on BMW 32OD. After additional discount he sells it for Rs. 35. 131 lakh. Find the percentage of additional discount.
1)7.5%
2) 5%
3)6.25%
4) 6%
5) 7.25%
Q.2)What price should the dealer sell Audi (A4) at so as to make a profit of 25% on his outlay if the dealer makes a profit of 12% after discount at present?
1)Rs. 36.5 lakh
2)Rs. 38.25 lakh
3)Rs. 36.75 lakh
4)Rs. 37.5 lakh
5)Rs.42.65 lakh
Q.3) Pawan Singh, a director of a reputed company, purchased two cars -Mercedes GL‘A(S) and Mercedes CLA(A). If he paid 15% as saIes tax  on each car, then find the amount paid by him for purchasing both the cars.
1) Rs.6979540
2)Rs.11879450
3)Rs.997450
4) Rs.6879650
5)None of these
Q.4) A customer bought Audi (A3). The rate of depreciation is 13% per annum. After one year he sold it at  20% less than the original marked price. Find the difference between the depreciated value and the new selling price of the car.
1)Rs.142230
2)Rs. 34220
3)Rs.153460
4)Rs.143220
5)Rs. 63420

Q.5) A dealer gets a profit of 25% after allowing discount on Mercedes CLA(S). If he reduced  his profIt to 25/2 % , then find the additional % discount.
1)12.5
2)8
3)7.5
4)9
5)10

Directions (Q.6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

There are four banks A, B, C and D. The number of clerical employees in Bank D is 350 more than the number of clerical employees in Bank C and 1350 less than the number of clerical employees in Bank A. The number of clerical employees in Bank 13 is 14 more than 5.6 times of the number of officers in that bank. The number of clerical employees in Bank C is 38 less than 4.2 times the no. of officers in Bank D. The number of officers in Bank D is 1 15 more than that of officers in Bank A and 170 less than that of officers in Bank B. The number of officers in Bank A and that in Bank C are 1025 and 1500 respectively.

The number of male clerks in Bank A is 56% of the total number of clerical employees in Bank B. The number of female officers in Bank A is 45% of the total number of officers in Bank D. The number of male clerks in Bank C is 6 times of the number of female officers in Bank A. The number of male clerks in D is double the number of female clerks in C. The number of male clerks in Bank B is 2452 more than the number of male clerks in Bank C. The number of male officers in Bank B is 16% of the total number of clerks of Bank D. The number of female officers in Bank C is 56 less than that of male officers in Bank B. The number of male officers in Bank D is 1.5 times that of female in Bank B.

Q.6) What is ratio of the number of female clerks in Bank A and D together to the number of female clerks in Bank
B and C together?
1)2405 : 1674
2) 2054: 1476
3)2045 : 1746
4) 2504: 1467
5) None of these
Q.7) What is the sum of the average number of female officers in Bank B, C and D together and the average number of male clerks in those banks?
1)4535
2)4455
3)4575
4)4355
5)4753
Q.8) The number of female officers in Bank A, C and D together is what per cent of the number of male clerks in Bank A and D together?
1)24.22%
2) 28.72%
3) 32.66%
4) 22.41%
5) 18.27%
Q.9) What is the difference between the number of male clerks in Bank A, B and C together and the number of male officers in all the bank together?
1) 10815
2)9915
3) 10515
4) 10668
5) 10645
Q.10) In which bank are female clerks the maximum and male officers the minimum respectively?
1)A and B
2)A and C
3)C and B
4) B and D
5) the of these

Directions (Q.11-15): Study the following table to answer the given qilc‘stions.

The table shows the number of appeared and qualifed candidates (in thousand) in competitive examination from different states over the years.

Q.11) If the number of appeared students in 2012 and in 2015 from all the states are 407 thousand and 431 thousand respectively, then what is the difference between the number of appeared candidates from up and that from Odisha in all the given years (in thousand)?
1)32
2)28
3)47
4)37
5)46
Q.12) If in 2013 the number of appeared candidates from Bihar is 9 thousand more than the number of appeared candidates from Odisha in 2012 and the number of qualified candidates in Odisha in 2013 is 125% of qualified Candidates from that state in 2012, then the number of qualified candidates in 2013 from all the states’ is what per cent of that of appeared candidates from all the states in that year? 1)7.75%
2) 33.33%
3) 16.63%
4)22.22%
5) 9.3%

Q.13) In 2016 the number of appeared candidates from Bihar, TN and Delhi increased by 20%,15% and 12% from the previous year respectively and the number of appeared candidates from UP and Odisha decreased by 5% and 4% respectively. What is the number of appeared candidates in 2016 from all the given state. if the number of appeared candidates from odisha in 2015 is equal to 12% more than that of appeared candidates from TN in 2013? (in thousand) 1)458.76
2) 477.82
3)476.53
4)488.32
5) 473.82
Q.14)If the average number of appeared candidates from UP is 79 thousand and the average number of qualified candidates from that state is equal to that of qualified candidates in 2014, then what is the ratio of the appeared candidates from UP in 202 to that of qualified candidates in 2015?
1)39:7
2)38:9
3)47:8
4)41 :8
5)36:7
Q.15)If the number of appeared candidates from Bihar in 2013 is 5% less than that of appeared candidates from the previous year and the number of appeared candidates from Delhi in 2014 is 10% more than that of appeared candidates from the previous year then what is the average number of appeared candidates from Bihar and Delhi per year per State?
1) 80.375 thousand
2) 85.5 thousand
3) 83.735 thousand
4)87.75 thousand
5) None of these