# SBI PO PRELIMS QUANT QUESTIONS

Instructions (1-5): The following table shows a number of candidates who applied for the various posts for BANK India having different qualifications. Read the table prudently and answer the questions that follow. SBI PO PRELIMS QUANT QUESTIONS

Note: In the table, some data are missing. Find the missing data first if it is required in any question and then proceed.

Note: No. of candidates having different qualifications is independent of each-other

Don’t treat any candidate may have more than one qualification unless it is not mentioned in questions.

Q1. If only Matric pass candidates are eligible for the group-D exam then a total number of candidates who applied for the group-D exam from West Bengal is what percent of a total number of candidates who have the qualification of B.TECH from MADHYA PRADESH and Uttrakhand together? It is given that a total number of candidates from West Bengal who applied for various posts in BANK is 95,500.

Q2. If only B.TECH holders are eligible for ALP post then find the average number of candidates who have applied for ALP post from all the states together.

(a) 26,750

(b) 28,450

(c) 27,850

(d) 28,750

(e) 27,580

###### Q3. According to BANK, only those candidates who have the qualification of both TRADE & higher qualification can apply for the post of Technician then find the total number of candidates who have applied for the post of Technician from all the states composed. It is given that the number of candidates who have (TRADE + Diploma) qualification from Assam is 45% of a number of candidates from West Bengal having the same qualifications as that of candidates from Assam.

(a) 90,400 SBI PO PRELIMS QUANT QUESTIONS

(b) 87,500

(c) 95,400

(d) Can’t be determined

(e) 1,30,200

Q4. If number of candidates having (Matric + TRADE) qualification from MADHYA PRADESH is 25% more than that from Assam having the same qualification then total number of candidates having (Matric + TRADE) from these two states is what percent of total number of candidates having (Matric + TRADE) from all the six states together? It is given that the total number of candidates from Assam having (Matric + TRADE) qualification is 10,000

SBI PO PRELIMS QUANT QUESTIONS

Q5. If total number of candidates having HIGHER SECONDARY qualification from UP is 100% more than that from Gujrat  and Uttrakhand together having the same qualification, then what is the total number of candidates having HIGHER SECONDARY qualification from U.P. It is given that the ratio of number of candidates from Gujrat and Uttrakhand having HIGHER SECONDARY qualification is 8: 7 and the total number of candidates having HIGHER SECONDARY qualification from all the states is 85,700.

(a) 36,000 SBI PO PRELIMS QUANT QUESTIONS

(b) 45,000

(c) 24,000

(d) 54,000

(e) 32,000

S3. Ans.(e)
Sol. 24000 + 54600 + 16400 + 12000 + 12400 + 45% of 24000 = 130200

S4. Ans.(b)
Sol. No. of students from MP and Assam together having (10th + ITI) qualification
= 10000 +5/4× 10,000 = 22,500
Total students from all the six states together having (10th + ITI) qualification
= 16,400 + 42,000 + 12,500 + 10,500 + 9,600 + 10,000 = 1,01,000
∴ Required percentage

S5. Ans.(a)
Sol. Let no. of students from Gujrat and Jharkand having 12th
qualification is 8x and 7x respectively.
∴ 8x + 7x +
200
100 × (8x + 7x) + 12,500 + 10,000 + 9,200 = 85,700
⇒ x = 1,200
∴ Required answer = 1200 × 30 = 36,000