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Date Interpretation Mixed Chart Questions for SBI Clerk Mains
IBPS PO Pre IBPS Clerk Mains and IBPS SO Pre Exams.
Direction : Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
Set – 1
The line graph given below gives the information about the number of graduates hired by Tata Motors in five
different IITs. The bar graph given below gives the information about the percentage of total graduates placed
in Tata Motors from the respective IITs.
The number of graduates hired by Tata Motors
The percentage of graduates placed in Tata motors

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1. The number of graduates who didn’t get placed in Tata Motors of IIT Roorkee was
how many more than that of IIT Patna
A. 785 B. 795 C. 800 D. 675 E. None of these
2. In IIT New Delhi the ratio of male graduates to female graduates was 5 : 3
respectively. If total of 30 female graduates from that college get placed in Tata Motor then
what percentage of the total number of male graduates get placed in Tata Motors
A. 28 B. 30 C. 35 D. 32 E. None of these
3. In all the five IITs together the number of female graduates is 40 of the total
number of graduates then what is the total number of male graduates
A. 2640 B. 2520 C. 2880 D. 2760 E. None of these
4. What is the total number of graduates from all the five IITs together got placed in Tata
Motors
A. 480 B. 465 C. 475 D. 485 E. None of these
5. In IIT Patna 10 of the total number of female graduates get placed in Tata Motors
which formed 40 of the total number of graduates got placed from IIT Patna in Tata
Motors then what was the total number of male graduates in IIT Patna
A. 224 B. 230 C. 250 D. 260 E. None of these

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SET – 2
The following bar chart gives the information about the percentage increase in turnover of six different
companies from 2015 to 2016 and from 2016 to 2017
The following table chart gives the partial information about the actual turnover In crores of these
companies in three different years.
Companies/Year 2015 2016 2017
A ------- -------- 1800
B 1200 -------- -------
C ------- 850 -------
D 950 ------- ---------
E ------ --------- 1700
F ------- 650 --------
6. What is the difference between the actual turnover of company A in 2016 and the
actual turnover of company F in 2017
A. Rs. 780 crores B. Rs. 720 crores C. Rs. 750 crores D. Rs. 740 crores E. None of these
7. Find the respective ratio of the actual turnover of company A and B in 2016
A. 1 : 1 B. 2 : 1 C. 3 : 2 D. 4 : 5 E. None of these
8. The actual turnover of company F in 2015 is approximately what percent of the actual
turnover of company E in 2015
A. 32.55 B. 33.45 C. 38.65 D. 35.85 E. None of these

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9. Find the sum of the turnover of company B in three different years
A. Rs. 4500 crores B. Rs. 4400 crores C. Rs. 4200 crores D. Rs. 4600 crores E. None of these
10. The actual turnover of company C in 2015 is approximately what percent less than the
actual turnover of company E in 2015
A. 52.5 B. 49.5 C. 40.5 D. 60.5 E. None of these
SET – 3
Bar chart given below shows downstream distance and upstream distance in km travelled by 5 different
boats and the line chart shows the speed of the streams in which the boat flows.
Speed of the Stream km/h

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11. Downstream speed for E and upstream speed of B is same and the difference between
the time taken by B going upstream and time taken by E going downstream is 8 hrs. Find the
total time taken by E and B going 187 km downstream
A. 28 hrs B. 30 hrs C. 25 hrs D. 22 hrs E. 27 hrs
12. If the time taken by C to complete a distance of 133 km downstream and time taken
by A to complete a distance of 65 km upstream is 7 hrs and 5 hrs respectively. Then find the
ratio of the time taken by C while going upstream and the time taken by A while going
downstream
A. 12 : 13 B. 13 : 12 C. 23 : 25 D. 13 : 21 E. None of these
13. The total time taken by D in travelling downstream and upstream both is 40 hrs. Find
the time taken by boat F travelling 220 kms upstream if the ratio of speed of the boat in
still water of D and F is 1:3 and the time taken by F in going 360 kms downstream is 9 hrs
A. 12 hrs B. 9 hrs C. 11 hrs D. 13 hrs E. None of these
14. The speed of Boat B downstream is 17km/hr. Boat B while travelling back to the shore
downstream was struck by a rock due to which water starts to flow into the boat at the rate
of 30 litres per hour. If the boat can survive up to 270 litres find the minimum percentage
increase in speed boat B requires in order to reach the shore if the distance remaining at
the moment rock hit the boat was 180 kms
A. 150/7 B. 153/7 C. 37 D. 53 E. None of these
15. The speed of Boat E going downstream is 11km/hr. Boat E while travelling back to the
shore downstream was struck by a rock due to which water starts to flow into the boat at
the rate of 50 litres per hour. If the boat can survive up to 1000 litres find the minimum
percentage of increase in speed boat E requires in order to reach the shore if the distance
remaining at the moment rock hit the boat was 240 kms
A. 8.33 B. 9.5 C. 12.5 D. 12.33 E. None of these

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SET – 4
A scientist purchases 50 litres mixture of two liquids A and B such that their percentage composition in
mixture is shown in the pie-chart. He purchases them weekly for his photographic experiments at the rates
given in the line graph and after mixing them completely sells it back to a manufacturing company.
Cost price of liquids in rupees
Liquid distribution percentage
16. The average cost of the mixture per litre to the scientist for the 1st three weeks is –
A. Rs.
B. Rs.
C. Rs.
D. Rs.
E. None of these

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17. In the 4th Week find the profit or loss received by the scientist if he sells the entire
mixture solution of that week to the company for Rs. 3297 -
A. 50 loss B. 50 gain C. 25 gain D. 75 loss E. None of these
18. During week-3 20 of the entire mixture in container M was separated in another
container N. Find the ratio of the sum of liquid A in N and liquid B in M to the sum of liquid A
in M and liquid B in N.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E. None of these
19. In week-2 had the scientist sold back both the liquids A B separately at Rs. 35 Rs.
W per litre he would have got a total loss of 7 but while selling them for Rs. 28 Rs. 35
per litre he would have got a loss of Z. Then the product of W Z is -
A.
B.
C.
D.
E. None of these
20. In week-1 if the scientist secretly converted some percent of liquid B to A total
volume remaining constant and then mixed them such that the difference in the cost price
of the mixtures for the same volume per litre rose by Rs.248/50. Then what percent of B
was converted from B to A
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
SET – 5
A person covers a total distance of 3000 km in 6 days by bus by Ola and by Uber. Study the pie chart and bar
graph to answer these questions.
The percentage of total distance travelled in 6 different days

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The percentage of distance
covered by each mode on each day
21. What is the total distance covered by Bus
A. 814.9 km B. 812.3 km C. 813.3 km D. 821.23 km E. None of these
22. If everywhere Ola maintains an average speed of 40 km per hour then what is the
total time In hour in six days spent on Ola approximately
A. 25 hours B. 26 hours C. 27 hours D. 28 hours E. 28.5 hours
23. The distance travelled by Ola is approximately how much percentage of the distance
travelled by Uber Round off two decimal
A. 97.21 B. 102.32 C. 98.34 D. 99.91 E. 106.29
24. Find the respective ratio of the distance travelled by Bus Ola and Uber.
A. 2711 : 3614 : 3675 B. 8133 : 10837 : 11020 C. 2713 : 3612 : 3675
D. 2717 : 3614 : 3681 E. None of these
25. Suppose Instead of Bus the person uses Ola and the speed of Ola is 25 more than
the speed of bus then approximately how many hours the person would save The average
speed of bus is 30 km per hour
A. 6.8 hours B. 7.2 hours C. 4.6 hours D. 5.4 hours E. 4.8 hours

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SET – 6
In 2017 the total number of SBI PO applicants in six different states A B. C. D E and F was 7.4 lakhs and the
total number of SBI Clerk applicants in six different states A B C D E and F was 8.2 lakhs.
Statewise distribution of SBI PO applicants
Statewise distribution of SBI PO applicants
M : F Ratio M Male F Female
States SBI PO Applicants SBI Clerk applicants
M : F M : F
A 4 5 8 7
B 7 5 1 1
C 6 5 3 2
D 3 4 3 2
E 8 3 5 6
F 5 3 20 21

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26. What is the ratio between the total number of male applicants for SBI PO in 2017 from
the given six states and the total number of female applicants for SBI PO in 2017 from the
given six states
A. 119 : 81 B. 113 : 87 C. 229 : 171 D. 19 : 17 E. None of these
27. The total number of male applicants for SBI PO in 2017 from the given six states
together is approximately what percent of the total number of male applicants for SBI Clerk
in 2017 from the given six states together
A. 79.5 B. 73.5 C. 97.5 D. 69.5 E. 87.5
28. In 2018 it is expected that the total number of SBI PO applicants will increase by 10
over the previous year and the total number of SBI Clerk applicant will increase by 25 over
the previous year. If expectations come true then by what number the total female
applicants of PO and Clerk will increase over the previous year If we consider only the
given six states and the ratio of male and female remains same when the applicants increase
in 2018
A. 1.2999 lakhs B. 1.6245 lakhs C. 0.9827 lakhs D. 1.1002 lakhs E. None of these
29. Find the difference between the total number of male applicants for the examination
SBI PO 2017 and SBI Clerk 2017 together from the states A B and C together and that from
the states D E and F together
A. 0.881 lakhs B. 0.132 lakhs C. 0.119 lakhs D. 0.612 lakhs E. None of these
30. In 2017 SBI PO female applicants from the state B is what percent of the SBI Clerk
male applicant from the state F rounded off to nearest integer
A. 44.41 B. 64.98 C. 59.21 D. 54.41 E. 49.82

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SET – 7
Mehandi and Supriya are working in a chemistry laboratory and handled different number of student’s
everyday
Number of students visiting the chemistry lab on different days
Day
Number of
students
Monday 180
Tuesday 270
Wednesday 150
Thursday 240
Friday 225
Saturday 210
31. Students handled by Mehandi on Thursday and Friday are what percent of students
handle by Supriya on Thursday
A. 214.67 B. 192.32 C. 184.09 D. 186.56 E. 134.64
32. On which day of the week Mehandi handled minimum number of students
A. Wednesday B. Tuesday C. Friday D. Saturday E. Monday
33. Find the ratio of the number of students handled by Mehandi on Monday and Tuesday
together to number of students handled by Supriya on Wednesday and Friday
A. 59 : 22 B. 83 : 26 C. 44 : 31 D. 76 : 25 E. 87 : 55

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34. The number of students handled by Supriya on Monday is what percent of the
students handled by her on Tuesday and Saturday together
A. 48.39 B. 47.37 C. 50.41 D. 42.73 E. 45.56
35. The number of students handled by Supriya from Monday to Friday are what percent
of number of students handled by Mehandi from Monday to Friday
A. 83.94 B. 78.56 C. 87.34 D. 91.34 E. 88.30
SET – 8
The bar graph gives the information about the approximate number of students who graduated in a year for
6 years 2012 – 2017. The pie chart gives the information about the percentage of the students who took the
following 6 streams in graduation every year.
A Arts C Commerce E Engineering F Finance H History P Physics M Maths
Number of students in lakhs
Percentage distribution of streams

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36. By what percent is the number of students who graduated in finance stream in 2013 is
more than or less than the number of students who graduated in commerce stream in 2015
A. 17.73 more B. 17.73 less C. 18.83 more D. 18.83 less E. 18.65 less
37. Find the difference between the sum of the number of students who graduated in
commerce during the year 2012 2013 and 2014 and the sum of the number of students who
graduated in finance stream during the year 2015 2016 and 2017.
A. 3.629 lakhs B. 4.527 lakhs C. 3.827 lakhs D. 4.588 lakhs E. None of these
38. In 2013 the ratio of First Class Division holderFCD in different streams was A : C : E : F
: H : P : M 2 : 1 : 1 : 3 : 4 : 2 : 1 and the total number of students who scored FCD was 2.8
lakhs then how many percent of the engineering students had scored FCD
A. 7.64 B. 6.43 C. 2.12 D. 7.54 E. 7.60
39. 25 of the students who graduated in between 2012 and 2017 had applied for SBI
clerk 2017 examination but only 10 of them had cleared prelims. It was observed that 65
of those who had cleared prelims had bought SMARTKEEDA practice set then find how many
of the students had bought SMARTKEEDA practice sets students who cleared prelims
exam were only those who graduated in between 2012 and 2017
A. 2.14564 lakhs B. 2.14564 lakhs C. 2.0765 lakhs D. 3.675 lakhs E. 2.38875 lakhs
40. The ratio of number of students in 2017 to that of in 2018 is likely to be 4 : 7 and the
percentage share of students who will be graduated in finance is likely to increase by 9
then how many more students will be graduated in finance stream
A. 6.489 lakhs B. 2.772 lakhs C. 9.261 lakhs D. 11.993 lakhs E. None of these

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SET – 9
The stacked graph gives the information about the average revenue collection in ‘000 per movie in five
consecutive years.
The line graph given below gives the information about the number of movies released in the
consecutive years.
41. The total revenues from Bollywood in the year 2015 was how much less than that in
the year 2016 from Bollywood
A. Rs. 25000 thousand B. Rs. 30000 thousand C. Rs. 35000 thousand
D. Rs. 20000 thousand E. None of these

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42. What was the ratio between the total revenues in the year 2014 to that in the year
2016
A. 17 : 21 B. 17 : 21 C. 34 : 45 D. 34 : 33 E. None of these
43. The number of Bollywood movies released in the given five years was how many more
than that of Tollywood movies released in the given five years
A. 24 B. 22 C. 18 D. 21 E. None of these
44. In the year 2017 the total revenues collection from Bollywood was what percentage
of the total revenues collection of that year rounded off two decimal
A. 125 B. 44.44 C. 55.56 D. 66.67 E. None of these
45. What was the difference between the average revenue collection per movie in the
year 2015 and that in the year 2017
A. Rs. 5500 thousand B. Rs. 5100 thousand C. Rs. 5200 thousand
D. Rs. 5400 thousand E. None of these
SET – 10
The pie chart below shows the number of students in six different schools of a city. All values in the pie-chart
are in degrees.
Total Number of students 5400
The table below shows the percentage distribution of students by standard 6 to 10 and division for school D.
Each standard of school D has the same number of students.

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STD
Division
I II III
6
th
30 35 35
7
th
50 25 25
8
th
20 55 25
9
th
45 35 20
10
th
35 30 35
46. Division II in school B’s 7th standard has the same number of students as division I in
school D’s 8th standard. What is the ratio of number of students in division II in school B’s
7th standard to the number of students in division III in school D’s 10th standard
A. 1 : 1 B. 5 : 7 C. 5 : 6 D. 4 : 7 E. 2 : 3
47. What is the total number of students in Division I of all standards of school D
A. 252 B. 320 C. 322 D. 250 E. 324
48. The number of students in division III of standard 9 of school D forms what percent of
the total number of students in school A
A. 5 B. 6 C. 8 D. 10 E. 12
49. If 20 of the students in school A move to school D and are equally distributed in each
standard what is the number of students in division II of std. 8 of school E
A. 36 B. 99 C. 45 D. 72 E. Cant be determined
50. What is the difference between the total number of students in school C and students
in division III across all standards of school D
A. 828 B. 830 C. 838 D. 756 E. None of these

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CORRECT ANSWERS:
1 B 11 A 21 C 31 C 41 B
2 D 12 E 22 C 32 D 42 C
3 A 13 C 23 C 33 E 43 B
4 C 14 A 24 A 34 B 44 C
5 D 15 C 25 D 35 A 45 B
6 B 16 A 26 B 36 A 46 D
7 A 17 B 27 C 37 C 47 E
8 D 18 C 28 A 38 A 48 C
9 A 19 D 29 C 39 E 49 E
10 B 20 E 30 D 40 A 50 A

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Explanations:
1. In IIT Roorkee 5 of the total number of graduates 65
100 of the total number of graduates
65 × 100
1300
5
The number of graduates who didn’t get placed in Tata Motors 1300 – 65 1235
In IIT Patna 12 of the total number of graduates 60
100 of the total number of graduates
60 × 100
500
12
The number of graduates who didn’t get placed in Tata Motors 500 – 60 440
The required difference 1235 – 440 795
Hence option B is correct.
2. In IIT New Delhi The total number of graduates
150 × 100
600
25
The number of female graduates 3 ×
600
75 × 3 225
8
The number of male graduates 600 – 225 375
The number of male graduates get placed 150 – 30 120
The reqd.
120 × 100
32
375
Hence option D is correct.

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3. In IIT Patna
In IIT Patna 12 of the total number of graduates 60
100 of the total number of graduates
60 × 100
500
12
In IIT Chennai the total number of graduates
120 × 100
1500
8
In IIT Roorkee the total number of graduates
65 × 100
1300
5
In IIT New Delhi the total number of graduates
150 × 100
600
25
In IIT Kanpur the total number of graduates
80 × 100
500
16
the total number of graduates 500 + 1500 + 1300 + 600 + 500 4400
The total number of male graduates 100 – 40 of 4400 60 of 4400 2640
Hence option A is correct.
4. The required answer 60 + 120 + 65 + 150 + 80 475
Hence option C is correct.
5. In IIT Patna 40 of 60 24
It means 24 female graduates got placed which was 10 of the total number of female graduates
The total number of female graduates 24 × 10 240
In IIT Patna 12 of the total number of graduates 60
100 of the total number of graduates
60 × 100
500
12
The required answer 500 – 240 260
Hence option D is correct.

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6. The actual turnover of company A in 2017 1800
Let in 2016 it was x then 120 of x 1800
X
1800 × 100
1500
120
The actual turnover of company F in 2016 650
Therefore the actual turnover of Company F in 2017 120 of 650 780
The required difference 1500 – 780 720 crores
Hence option B is correct.
7. The actual turnover of company A in 2016
1800 × 100
1500
120
The actual turnover of company B in 2016 125 of 1200 1500
The required ratio 1 : 1
Hence option A is correct.
8. Let the turnover of company F in 2015 x
Then 140 of x 650
x
650 × 100
3250
140 7
Let the turnover of company E in 2015 y then 105 of y of 125 1700
Y ×
105
×
125
1700
100 100
Y
1700 × 16
21
The reqd.
3250/7 × 100
1700 × 16/21
3250 × 3
approximately 35.85
17 × 16
Hence option D is correct.

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9. The turnover of company B in 2015 1200
The turnover of company B in 2016 125 of 1200 1500
The turnover of company B in 2017 120 of 1500 1800
The required sum 1200 + 1500 + 1800 Rs. 4500 crores
Hence option A is correct.
10. Let the actual turnover of company C in 2015 x
Then 130 of x 850
x
850 × 100
8500
130 13
approximately 653.85 crores
Let the turnover of company E in 2015 y then 105 of y of 125 1700
y ×
105
×
125
1700
100 100
y
1700 × 16
27200
21 21
approximately 1295.24 crores
The reqd.
1295.24 – 653.85 × 100
1295.24
approximately 49.5
Hence option B is correct.

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11. Distance covered by E in downstream DdE 264 km
Speed of the stream of E 3 km/h
Downstream speed of E upstream speed of B
SdE SuB
264
176
tdE tuB
tuB
2
tdE 3
Difference 8 hrs
Hence 3x – 2x 8 x 8 hrs
Hence tuB 16 hrs tdE 24 hrs
So total time by E and B going 187 km downstream
t dE + t dB
187
+
187
..........i
S dE SdB
S dE
264
264
11 km/h
tdE 24
Now SdE SuB
So SuB 11 km/h
Speed B
SdB – SuB
2
3
SdB – 11
2
SdB 17 km/h
Putting all values in eq 1
t dE + t dB 17 + 11 28 hrs
Hence option A is correct.

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12. Distance covered by C upstream 105 km
Upstream speed of C SuC
Downstream Distance covered by A 221 km
tuC : tdA
105
:
221
.........i
SuC SdA
tdC
133
SdC
7
133
SdC
133
19 km/h
SdC 7
SC
SdC – SuC
2
7 × 2 19 – SuC
SuC 5 km/h
tuA
65
SuA
65
13 km/h
SuA 5
SA
SdA – SuA
2
2 × 2 SdA – 13
SdA 17 km/h
Put all values in eq1
tuC:tdA
105
:
221
21 : 13
5 17
Hence option E is correct.

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13.
tuF
220
..........i
SuF
tdD + tuD 40 hrs
272
+
92
40 SdD SuD
272/ boat speed in still water + stream speed + 92/ boat speed in still water – stream speed 40
Speed of boat D in still water BD 10 hrs
BD : BF 1 : 3
10
1
BF 3
BF 30 km/h
So speed of boat F in still water 30 km/h
tdF
360
9
BF + SF
putting BF 30 km/h
SF 10 km/h
Stream speed of F 10 km/h
So Upstream speed of F S uF BF – SF 30 – 10 20 km/h
Putting this in eq1
tuF
220
11 hrs
20
Hence option C is correct.
272
+
92
40
B + 6 B – 6

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14.
time
270
9 hrs
30
That means boat can survive up to 9 hrs.
Speed
180
20 km/h
9
Speed should be 20 km/h to survive
But the speed of B going downstream
SdB17 km/h
SdB B+S
17 B+ 3
B 14 km/h
Hence boat B’s Speed 14 km/h
Minimum speed should be 20 km/h to survive.
Stream speed is 3 km/h which con not be changed
So boat B’s speed should be 14+3 17 km/h to reach 20 km/h
Hence reqd.
3
× 100
150
14 7
Hence option A is correct.
15.
time
1000
20 hrs
50
That means boat can survive up to 20 hrs.
Speed
240
12 km/h
20
Speed should be 20 km/h to survive
But the speed of E going downstream
SdE 11 km/h
SdE B+S
11 B+ 3 Speed of stream for boat E 3km/h
B 8 km/h
Hence boat E’s Speed 8 km/h
Minimum speed should be 12 km/h to survive.
Stream speed is 3 km/h which con not be changed
So boat E’s speed should be 8+1 9 km/h to reach 12 km/h
Hence reqd.
1
× 100
25
12.5
8 2
Hence option C is correct.

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16. Litres of Liquid B 64 of 50 litres
64
× 50
64
100 2
Litres of Liquid B 32 litres
Litres of Liquid A 50 – 32 18 litres
Average C.P of liquid A
49 + 28 + 42
Rs.
119
3 3
Average C.P of liquid B
35 + 42 + 35
Rs.
112
3 3
Let C.P of per litre mixture be Rs. x.
Then
119
– x 18litres x –
112
32 litres
3 3
119 × 9
+
112 × 16
16x + 9x 25x
3 3
1071 + 1792
25x
3
x Rs.
2863
75
Hence option A is correct.
17. C.P of mixture per litre for 4th week be Rs. x.
Then 49 – x 32 litres x –35 18 litres
x Rs.
2198
50
For 50 litres C.P Rs. 2198
Profit Rs. 3297 – Rs. 2198 Rs. 1099
Profit
1099
× 100
100
50 gain
2198 2
Hence option B is correct.

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18.
20 of mixture
20
of 50 litres
100
10 litres moved from M to N
Liquid A in container N 36 of 10litres 3.6 litres
Liquid B in container N 64 of 10litres 6.4 litres
Liquid A in container M 36 of 40litres 14.4 litres
Liquid B in container M 64 of 40litres 25.6 litres
Ratio
Liquid A in N + Liquid B in M
Liquid A in M + Liquid B in N
3.6 + 25.6
6.4 + 14.4
29.2
292/208 73/52
20.8
Hence option C is correct.
4. In week-2 C.P of liquid A Rs.28 and sold at Rs. 35
C.P of liquid B Rs. 42 and sold at Rs.W
Total C.P Rs. 28 × 18 + 42 × 32 Rs. 504 + 1344 Rs. 1848 …1
Total S.P Rs. 35 × 18 + W × 32 Rs.630 + 32W
Loss Rs. 1848 – 630+32W Rs. 1218 – 32W
Loss
1218 – 32W
× 100 7
1848
1218 – 32W
7 × 1848
100
32W
121800
–
12936
3402 × 32
100 100 100
W
3402
100
Also
Total S.P Rs.28 x 18 + 35 x 32 Rs.504+1120 Rs.1624
Loss Rs. 1848 – 1624 Rs. 224
Loss Z
224
× 100
400
1848 33
Then W × Z
3402
×
400
3402 × 4
4536
100 33 33 11
Hence option D is correct.

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20. Let s litres of liq. B be converted.
New volume of B 32 – s
New volume of A 18 + s
C.P of mixture per litre for 1st week be Rs. x.
Then 49 – x 18 litres x –35 32 litres
882 – 18x 32x – 1120
50x 1120 + 882 2002
x Rs.
2002
50
Then cost price of mixture will be
2002
+
248
2250
45
50 50 50
18 + s 49 – 45 45 – 35 32 – s
418 + s 1032 – s
72 + 4s 320 – 10s
14s 320 – 72 248
s
248
124
14 7
of B
124/7
× 100
775
32 14
Hence option E is correct.
21.
Day Total distance By bus
Day1 25 of 3000 750 km 30 of 750 225 km
Day2 15 of 3000 450 km 25 of 450 112.5 km
Day3 20 of 3000 600 km 45 of 600 270 km
Day4 10 of 3000 300 km 20 of 300 60 km
Day5 18 of 3000 540 km 15 of 540 81 km
Day6 12 of 3000 360 km 18 of 360 64.8 km
Total 813.3 km
Hence option C is correct.

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22. The total distance travelled by Ola 1084.2 km
Speed 40 km per hr
Time
1084.2
27.105 hours approximately 27 hours
40
Day Total distance By Ola
Day1 25 of 3000 750 km 45 of 750 337.5 km
Day2 15 of 3000 450 km 35 of 450 157.5 km
Day3 20 of 3000 600 km 15 of 600 90 km
Day4 10 of 3000 300 km 20 of 300 60 km
Day5 18 of 3000 540 km 60 of 540 324 km
Day6 12 of 3000 360 km 32 of 360 115.2 km
Total 1084.2 km
Hence option C is correct.
23. The total distance travelled by Ola 1084.2 km
The total distance travelled by Uber 3000 – 813.3 – 1084.2 1102.5 KM
The reqd.
1084.2 × 100
98.34
1102.5
Hence option C is correct.
24. The distance travelled by bus 813.3 km
The distance travelled by Ola 1084.2 km
The distance travelled by Uber 1102.5 km
The required Ratio 8133 : 10842 : 11025 2711 : 3614 : 3675
Hence option A is correct.
25. The average speed of bus is 30 km per hour then the average speed of Ola
30 × 125
37.5 km
100
The total distance travelled by bus 813.3 km
The reqd. time
813.3
–
813.3
30 37.5
813.3 ×
7.5
5.422 hours 5.4 hours approximately
30 × 37.5
Hence option D is correct.

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26.
States Number of applicants for SBI PO
Number of male applicants
for SBI PO
Number of female
applicants for SBI PO
A 18 of 7.4 lakhs 1.332 lakhs 4/9 × 1.332 0.592 lakhs 1.332 – 0.592 0.74 lakhs
B 12 of 7.4 lakhs 0.888 lakhs 7/12 × 0.888 0.518 lakhs 0.888 – 0.518 0.37 lakhs
C 22 of 7.4 lakhs 1.628 lakhs 6/11 × 1.628 0.888 lakhs 1.628 – 0.888 0.74 lakhs
D 14 of 7.4 lakhs 1.036 lakhs 3/7 × 1.036 0.444 lakhs 1.036 – 0.444 0.592 lakhs
E 22 of 7.4 lakhs 1.628 lakhs 8/11 × 1.628 1.184 lakhs 1.628 – 1.184 0.444 lakhs
F 12 of 7.4 lakhs 0.888 lakhs 5/8 × 0.888 0.555 lakhs 0.888 – 0.555 0.333 lakhs
Total Total 4.181 lakhs Total 3.219 lakhs
The required ratio 4.181 : 3.219 113 : 87
Hence option B is correct.
27. The total number of male applicants for SBI PO in 2017 from the given six states together 4.181 lakhs
States Number of applicants for SBI Clerk
Number of male applicants for SBI
Clerk
A 15 of 8.2 lakhs 1.23 lakhs 8/15 × 1.23 0.656 lakhs
B 16 of 8.2 lakhs 1.312 lakhs 1/2 × 1.312 0.656 lakhs
C 20 of 8.2 lakhs 1.64 lakhs 3/5 × 1.64 0.984 lakhs
D 10 of 8.2 lakhs 0.82 lakhs 3/5 × 0.82 0.492 lakhs
E 22 of 8.2 lakhs 1.804 lakhs 5/11 × 1.804 0.82 lakhs
F 17 of 8.2 lakhs 1.394 lakhs 20/41 × 1.394 0.68 lakhs
Total Total 4.288 lakhs
The total number of male applicants for SBI Clerk in 2017 from the given six states together 4.288
lakhs
The reqd.
4.181 × 100
approximately 97.5
4.288
Hence option C is correct.
28. If the total number students increase by 10 then even the total number of female students will
increase by 10 .
The total number of SBI PO female applicants in 2017 3.219 lakhs
In 2018 The total number of female applicants 110 of 3.219 3.5409 lakhs
The total number of female SBI Clerk applicants in 2017 8.2 – 4.288 3.912 lakhs
In 2018 the total number of female applicants 125 of 3.912 lakhs 4.89 lakhs
The required number 3.5409 + 4.89 – 3.219 + 3.912 8.4309 – 7.131 1.2999 lakhs
Hence option A is correct.

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29. The total number of male applicants for the examination SBI PO 2017 from the states A B C together
0.592 + 0.518 + 0.888 1.998 lakhs
The total number of male applicants for the examination SBI Clerk 2017 from the states A B C
together 0.656 + 0.656 + 0.984 2.296 lakhs
the total number of male applicants for the examination SBI PO 2017 and SBI Clerk 2017 together from
the states A B and C together 1.998 + 2.296 4.294 lakhs
The total number of male applicants for the examination SBI PO 2017 from the states D E F together
0.444 + 1.184 + 0.555 2.183 lakhs
The total number of male applicants for the examination SBI Clerk 2017 from the states D E F together
0.492 + 0.82 + 0.68 1.992 lakhs
the total number of male applicants for the examination SBI PO 2017 and SBI Clerk 2017 together from
the states D E and F together 2.183 + 1.992 4.175 lakhs
The required difference 4.294 – 4.175 0.119 lakhs
Hence option C is correct.
30. SBI PO Female applicants from the state B 0.37 lakhs
SBI Clerk male applicants from the state F 0.68 LAKHS
Reqd.
0.37 × 100
54.41 approximately
0.68
Hence option D is correct.
31. Students handled by Mehandi on Thursday and Friday together 45 of 240 + 60 of 225 243
Students handled by Supriya on Thursday 55 of 240 132
Therefore Percentage
243
× 100 184.09
132
Hence option C is correct.

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32. Students handled by Mehandi on Monday 40 of 180 72
Students handled by Mehandi on Tuesday 70 of 270 189
Students handled by Mehandi on Wednesday 50 of 150 75
Students handled by Mehandi on Thursday 45 of 240 108
Students handled by Mehandi on Friday 60 of 225 135
Students handled by Mehandi on Saturday 30 of 210 63
On Saturday Mehandi handled minimum number of students.
Hence option D is correct.
33. Number of students handled by Mehandi on Monday and Tuesday together 72 + 189 261
Number of students handled by Supriya on Wednesday and Friday 50 of 150 + 40 of 225 165
Therefore respected ratio 87: 55
Hence option E is correct.
34. Number of students handled by Supriya on Monday 60 of 180 108
Number of students managed by her on Tuesday and Saturday together 30 of 270 + 70 of 210
228
Therefore Percentage
108
× 100 47.37
228
Hence option B is correct.
35. Number of students handled by Supriya from Monday to Friday 486
Number of students handled by Mehandi from Monday to Friday 579
Therefore Percentage
486
× 100 83.94
579
Hence option A is correct.

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36. Number of students who graduated in finance stream in 2013 9.9 of 22 lakhs 2.178 lakhs
the number of students who graduated in commerce stream in 2015 7.4 of 25 lakhs 1.85 lakhs
Reqd.
2.178 – 1.85
× 100
32.8
17.73 more
1.85 1.85
Hence option A is correct.
37. The sum of the number of students who graduated in commerce during the year 2012 2013 and 2014
7.4 of 16 lakhs + 7.4 of 22 lakhs + 7.4 of 24 lakhs 7.4 of 62 lakhs 4.588 lakhs
the sum of the number of students who graduated in finance stream during the year 2015 2016 and
2017 9.9 of 25 lakhs + 9.9 of 32 lakhs + 9.9 of 28 lakhs 9.9 of 85 lakhs 8.415 lakhs
Difference 8.415 – 4.588 3.827 lakhs
Hence option C is correct.
38. A : C : E : F : H : P : M 2 : 1 : 1 : 3 : 4 : 2 : 1 assume it A 2X C X E X F 3X H 4X P 2X M X
According to question the sum of the FCD holder 2x + x + x + 3x + 4x + 2x + x 14x 2.8 lakhs
So the value of x 0.2
Number of engineering students who scored FCD x 0.2 lakhs
In 2013 The number of students who graduated in engineering 11.9 of 22 2.618 lakhs
percent of the engineering students had scored FCD
0.2
× 100 7.64
2.618
Hence option A is correct.
39. Total number of students who graduated in between 2012 and 2017 16 + 22 + 24 + 25 + 32 + 28
147 lakhs
Number of students who had applied for SBI clerk 2017 examination 25 of 147 lakhs 36.75 lakhs
Number of students who cleared prelims 10 of 36.75 lakhs 3.675 lakhs
Number of students who had bought SMARTKEEDA practice sets 65 of 3.675 lakhs 2.38875 lakhs
Hence option E is correct.

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40. Number of students in 2017: Number of students in 2018 4 : 7
Assume number of students in 2017 4x and the number of students in 2018 7x
According to the question number of students in 2017 4x 28 lakhs
So the value of x 7 lakhs
Percentage share of students who graduated in Finance stream in 2017 9.9 9.9 of 28 2.772
lakhs
The number of students in 2018 7x 7 × 7 49 lakhs
According to the question the percentage share of students who will be graduated in finance is likely
to increase by 9 9 + 9.9 18.9
In 2018 the number of students who graduated in finance stream 18.9 of 49 9.261 lakhs
Number of more students who will be graduated in finance stream in 2018 9.261 – 2.772 lakhs
6.489 lakhs
Hence option A is correct.
41. In the year 2015 the total revenues from Bollywood 15 × 8000 120000 thousand
In the year 2016 the total revenues from Bollywood 20 × 7500 150000 thousand
The required difference 150000 – 120000 30000 thousand
Hence option B is correct.
42. The total revenues in the year 2014 6850 × 16 + 5000 × 8 109600 + 40000 149600 thousand
The total revenues in 2016 7500 × 20 + 6000 × 8 150000 + 48000 198000 thousand
The required ratio 149600 : 19800 34 : 45
Hence option C is correct.
43. The number of Bollywood movies released in the given five years 12 + 15 + 16 + 20 + 8 71
The number of Tollywood movies released in the given five years 15 + 8 + 10 + 8 + 8 49
The required difference 71 – 49 22
Hence option B is correct.

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44. In the year 2017 the total revenues collection 5000 × 8 + 4000 × 8 9000 × 8
The total revenues collection from Bollywood 5000 × 8
The reqd.
5000 × 8 × 100
500
55.56
9000 × 8 9
Hence option C is correct.
45. The total revenue collection in the year 2015 Rs. 8000 × 15 + 12000 × 10 Rs. 120000 + 120000
Rs. 240000
The reqd. average
240000
9600 thousand
25
The total revenues collection in the year 2017 Rs. 5000 × 8 + 4000 × 8 Rs. 9000 × 8
The reqd. average
9000 × 8
4500 thousand
16
The required difference Rs. 9600 – 4500 Rs. 5100 thousand
Hence option B is correct.
46. Number of students in division II in school B’s 7th standard : number of students in division III in school
D’s 10th standard
Number of students in division I in school D’s 8th standard : number of students in division III in
school D’s 10th standard
Each standard in school D has the same number of students and there are five such standards.
∴ Number of students in any standard of school D
1
×
60
× 5400 180
5 360
∴ Required ratio 20 of 180 : 35 of 180 20 : 35 4 : 7
Hence option D is correct.

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47. Consider the solution to the first question.
Since each standard of school D has 180 students
Total number of students in division I of all standards of school D 30 + 50 + 20 + 45 + 35 of 180
180 of 180 1.8 × 180 324
Hence option E is correct.
48. Consider the solution to the first question.
Number of students in division III of standard 9 of school D 20 of 180 36
Total number of students in school A
30
× 5400 450
360
∴ Reqd.
36
× 100 8
450
Hence option C is correct.
49. Consider the original data given.
The standard and division wise breakup of school E is not known.
Hence the number of students in division II of std 8. of school E cannot be found.
Hence option E is correct.
50. Consider the solution to the first question.
Total number of students in school C
72
× 5400 1080
360
Total number of students in division III across all standards of school D 35 + 25 + 25 + 20 + 35 of
180 140 of 180 1.4 × 180 252
∴ Required difference 1080 – 252 828
Hence option A is correct.

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