# QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE FOR SBI PO

Directions (Q. 1-5): The following bar graphs show the number of employment provided by both public and private sectors in different industries in the year 1985, 1990 and 1995. While the pie charts show the percentage of employment provided by both the private and public sectors in different industries in the year 2000. Refer to the graphs to answer the questions that follow. QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE FOR SBI PO

Figure within brackets indicates the total for the corresponding year.

1. The increase in employment opportunity in the Iron industry within the public sector from 1985- 95 formed what per cent of the private sector growth over the same period for the same industry? QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE FOR SBI PO
1) 91% 2) 560% 3) 1785% 4) 112%

2. The number of employed persons in the industry with the largest employment share in the public sector formed what per cent of the number of employed persons in the industry with the largest employment share in the private sector in 2000?
1) 146.25% 2) 54.5% 3) 183% 4) 192%

3. If 2 out of every 5 of those who were recruited in the public sector in the year 2000 were graduates, how many non-graduates did the public sector’s transport industry recruit in that year?
1) 1912 2) 1664 3) 1800 4) 1572

Q. 4-5: Refer to the data given below to answer the questions that follow.
If the values in the year 2000 are taken as base = 100, then the values of Public Sector in the year 2005 are given below. The values of Private Sector are given within the brackets.
Agriculture = 115 (110) Mining = 100 (110)
Iron = 120 (110) Health = 120 (90)
Trading = 80 (105) Transport = 105 (80)
Services = 110 (120)

4. The Health industry in the Private sector has witnessed what per cent growth in employment from 1990 to 2005?
1) 203% 2) 247% 3) 279% 4) 333%

5. The growth in employment within the services industry in the Private sector in 2005 has witnessed what per cent deviation from the growth within the Iron industry in the Public sector in 2005?
1) -25% 2) -16.66% 3) +16.66% 4) +25% QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE FOR SBI PO

###### Directions (Q. 6-11): The following line and bar graphs show the number of banking centres in urban, semi-urban and rural areas of different states in the year 1969. Refer to the graphs to answer the questions that follow.

6. If the banking centres have increased at a steady rate of 35% in all states of India, then what will be the number of banking centres in Haryana in the year 1975?
1) 4840 2) 4600 3) 5630 4) 3990

7. If Kerala Government decided to increase banking centres in rural areas at 46% per year and in semi-urban areas at 53% per year, then what will be the total number of banking centres in Kerala in 1973?
1) 180 2) 150 3) 328 4) 282

8. If in 1969 the average number of banking centres in rural areas of Haryana, J&K, Punjab, Rajasthan, Bihar, Kerala, Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh is 670, then the number of banking centres in rural areas of Madhya Pradesh will be:
1) 790 2) 400 3) 820 4) 500

9. In the year 1967, the Government decided to increase the banking centres according to the population increase in that particular state. If according to 1971 census, the semi-urban population of Punjab has increased by 25% from 1969, then what will be the number of banking centres that the Government has to increase in the year 1971 in semi-urban parts of Punjab?
1) 22 2) 28 3) 50 4) 38 sbi po quant

10. Which of the following statements is not true?
1) The number of banking centres in semi-urban areas of Jammu & Kashmir is equal to the number of banking centres in urban areas of Rajasthan in 1969.
2) The number of banking centres in rural areas of Bihar is equal to the number of banking centres in urban areas of Haryana in the year 1969.
3) The number of banking centres in rural areas of Rajasthan is almost 2.8 times the number of banking centres in rural areas of Himachal Pradesh in the year 1969.
4) The number of banking centres in semi-urban areas of Himachal Pradesh is 4 times the number of banking centres in rural areas of Kerala in 1969.

11. In which of the following states the ratio of rural banking centres to total banking centres the second lowest?
1) Bihar 2) Punjab 3) Haryana 4) Himachal Pradesh

1.4

2.4

3.3

4.4

5.1

6.2

7.3

8.1

9.2

10.4

11.3