IBPS PO Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers Practice online test 34

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1 . Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follows.

A committee prepared a list of twenty players each in Test, ODI and T-20 cricket tournaments, out of 39 players. Three players are there who are in Test and ODI list but not in T-20. Four players are there who are in Test and T-20 list but not in ODI, and same number of players are there who are in all the three lists.
How many players are there who are in exactly one list?
A.  18 B.    20
C.  22 D.    24
E.    32
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2 . Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follows.

A committee prepared a list of twenty players each in Test, ODI and T-20 cricket tournaments, out of 39 players. Three players are there who are in Test and ODI list but not in T-20. Four players are there who are in Test and T-20 list but not in ODI, and same number of players are there who are in all the three lists.
How many players are there who are in exactly two lists?
A.  13 B.    15
C.  17 D.    19
E.    20
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3 . Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follows.

A committee prepared a list of twenty players each in Test, ODI and T-20 cricket tournaments, out of 39 players. Three players are there who are in Test and ODI list but not in T-20. Four players are there who are in Test and T-20 list but not in ODI, and same number of players are there who are in all the three lists.
How many players are there who are in at least two lists?
A.  11 B.    14
C.  17 D.    21
E.    28
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4 . Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follows.

A committee prepared a list of twenty players each in Test, ODI and T-20 cricket tournaments, out of 39 players. Three players are there who are in Test and ODI list but not in T-20. Four players are there who are in Test and T-20 list but not in ODI, and same number of players are there who are in all the three lists.
How many players are there who are in at most two lists?
A.  33 B.    35
C.  37 D.    39
E.    41
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5 . Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follows.

A committee prepared a list of twenty players each in Test, ODI and T-20 cricket tournaments, out of 39 players. Three players are there who are in Test and ODI list but not in T-20. Four players are there who are in Test and T-20 list but not in ODI, and same number of players are there who are in all the three lists.
How many players are there who are in ODI and T-20 list but not in Test lists?
A.  10 B.    8
C.  6 D.    4
E.    2
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6 . Study the following piecharts carefully and answer accordingly:

The following pie-charts show the number of students appearing in IIT examination from different states in two successive years. The total no. of students appearing in 2001 and 2002 was 2.50 lakhs and 2.40 lakhs respectively.

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In the case of which of the following states we get to see the maximum difference between the number of students appearing in 2001 to that in 2002?
A.  UP B.    TN
C.  Rest D.    Bihar
E.    None of these
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7 . Study the following piecharts carefully and answer accordingly:

The following pie-charts show the number of students appearing in IIT examination from different states in two successive years. The total no. of students appearing in 2001 and 2002 was 2.50 lakhs and 2.40 lakhs respectively.

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The number of students appearing from Bihar in 2002 was what percent of that from WB in 2001?
A.  96% B.    90%
C.  111% D.    94%
E.    None of these
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8 . Study the following piecharts carefully and answer accordingly:

The following pie-charts show the number of students appearing in IIT examination from different states in two successive years. The total no. of students appearing in 2001 and 2002 was 2.50 lakhs and 2.40 lakhs respectively.

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The total number of students appearing from Bihar and UP together in 2001 is approximatelyequal to that from which of the following pairs of states in 2002?
A.  Delhi, Tamil Nadu B.    Delhi, Rest
C.  UP, WB D.    UP, Rest
E.    UP, Delhi
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9 . Study the following piecharts carefully and answer accordingly:

The following pie-charts show the number of students appearing in IIT examination from different states in two successive years. The total no. of students appearing in 2001 and 2002 was 2.50 lakhs and 2.40 lakhs respectively.

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If there were 30000 students appearing in the examination from Delhi in 2002, find the percentage no. of students appearing from Delhi in 2002.
A.  10% B.    12%
C.  15% D.    12%
E.    None of these
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10 . Study the following piecharts carefully and answer accordingly:

The following pie-charts show the number of students appearing in IIT examination from different states in two successive years. The total no. of students appearing in 2001 and 2002 was 2.50 lakhs and 2.40 lakhs respectively.

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The no. of students who appeared in 2001 from Bihar is $approximately$ what percent of that in 2002 from WB?
A.  75% B.    80%
C.  85% D.    70%
E.    90%
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