IBPS PO Prelims 3 October 2020 Questions Previous Paper Part 6

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Question 50

A person invests certain amount on simple interest. After 8 years he gets 16 % interest. If he invests the same sum for 4 years, then he gets ₹ 9600 as interest, then the sum is

A. ₹ 96000

B. ₹ 80000

C. ₹ 48000

D. ₹ 60000

E. None of these

Question 51

Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine the relation between X and Y.

I.

II.

A. X > Y

B. X < Y

C. X ⩾ Y

D. X ⩽ Y

E. X = Y or no relation can be established

Question 52

Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine the relation between X and Y.

I.

II.

A. X > Y

B. X < Y

C. X ⩾ Y

D. X ⩽ Y

E. X = Y or no relation can be established

Question 53

Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine the relation between X and Y.

I.

II.

A. X > Y

B. X < Y

C. X ⩾ Y

D. X ⩽ Y

E. X = Y or no relation can be established

Question 54

Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine the relation between X and Y.

I.

II.

A. X > Y

B. X < Y

C. X ⩾ Y

D. X ⩽ Y

E. X = Y or no relation can be established

Question 55

Direction: In the following question two equations are given in variables X and Y. You have to solve these equations and determine the relation between X and Y.

I.

II.

A. X > Y

B. X < Y

C. X ⩾ Y

D. X ⩽ Y

E. X = Y or no relation can be established

Question 56

Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

In the table, percentage of shirts (formal and casual) sold out of the total number of shirts sold in the week and number of casual shirts sold data related to the number of shirts sold on five-week days – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are given.

Total number of shirts sold in the week = x

Total Number of Shirts Sold in the Week

Note: Total number of shirts sold on Saturday and Sunday together = 72

What is the average number of total shirts sold on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday together?

A. 64

B. 24

C. 36

D. 48

E. None of these

Question 57

What is the sum of the formal shirts sold on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday together?

A. 102

B. 168

C. 84

D. 64

E. None of these

Question 58

What is the ratio of the number of casual shirts sold on Monday and Wednesday together and number of formal shirts sold on Tuesday and Thursday together?

A. 4: 3

B. 3: 4

C. 5: 3

D. 6: 5

E. None of these

Question 59

40 % of casual shirts sold and 25 % of formal shirts sold on Friday of brand X, then the number of shirts sold of brands other than X on Friday is

A. 21

B. 31

C. 41

D. 51

E. None of these

Question 60

Number of casual shirts sold on Thursday is what percent more than the number of formal shirts sold on Tuesday?

A. 20 %

B. 50 %

C. 40 %

D. 37.5 %

E. None of these

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