## 03 December 2015

### Numerical Ability for IBPS Clerks Preliminary Exam - Previous Questions

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the above graph carefully and answer the
questions that follow.

The graph represents the total number of tickets sold of five plays P,
Q, R, S and T, across two auditoriums A and B on a particular day.

1. The number of tickets sold of Play T at Auditorium A is what
percent of the number of tickets of Play P sold at Auditorium A?
1) 220% 2) 200% 3) 210% 4) 190% 5) 180%

2. What is the total number of tickets sold of Plays Q and R together
at both the Auditoriums A and B together?
1) 1050 2) 1200 3) 1250 4) 1350 5) 1300

3. What is the ratio of the total number of tickets sold of Play P at
Auditorium B to the number of tickets sold of Play Q at Auditorium B?
1) 2 : 3 2) 3 : 4 3) 1 : 2 4) 3 : 5 5) 4 : 5

4. What is the difference between the total number of tickets sold of
all plays together at Auditorium A and the total number of tickets
sold of all plays together at Auditorium B?
1) 180 2) 170 3) 150 4) 160 5) 140

5. What is the average number of tickets sold at Auditorium B for Play
T and S together?
1) 360 2) 320 3) 300 4) 340 5) 350

6. A car covers a distance from town A to town B at the speed of 58
kmph and covers the distance from town B to town A at the speed of 52
kmph. What is the approximate average speed of the car?
1) 55 kmph 2) 52 kmph 3) 48 kmph
4) 50 kmph 5) 60 kmph

7. Mr. Patel invests an amount of Rs. 24,200 at the rate of 4 p.c.p.a
for 6 years to obtain a simple interest. Later he invests the
principal amount as well as the amount obtained as simple interest for
another 4 years at the same rate of interest. What amount of simple
interest will he obtain at the end of the last 4 years?
1) Rs.4,800 2) Rs.4,850.32
3) Rs.4,801.28 4) Rs.4,700
5) None of these

8. In a sale, perfumes are available at a discount of 25% on the
selling price. If a perfume costs Rs.5,895 in the sale, what is the
selling price of the perfume?
1) Rs.6,020 2) Rs.7,860
3) Rs.7,680 4) Can't be determined
5) None of these