The average weight of 40 students in a class is 55 kg. 6 of them whose average weight is 52 kg left the class and another set of 6 students whose average weight is 42 kg, joined the class. What is the new average weight of the class? (in kg). This was the question asked in Quantitative Aptitude Section of SBI Clerk Exam 2016. It will help the candidates in their  upcoming SBI Clerk Exam. Candidates should practice this question paper to know the exam format and type of question asked in SBI Exams. Read More:SBI Clerk Exam 2014 Question Paper: Reasoning Ability Section  Also Read - Will Convert All State-Run Madrasas Into a General School: Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma

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1. 6 11 31 121 601 ?
A. 3600
B. 3621
C. 3611
D. 3602 Also Read - Will You Send Your Kids to School If They Reopen in October? 71% Parents Say No; Reveals Survey

2. 7 11 19 35 67 ?
A. 99
B. 131
C. 9264
D. 137
E. 124

3. 8 22 64 190 158 ?
A. 1702
B. 1654
C. 1650
D. 1706
E. 1705

4. 5760 2880 960 240 48 ?
A. 6
B. 12
C. 8
D. 24
E. 16

5. 2 3 18 115 854 ?
A. 6027
B. 7767
C. 6992
D. 6913
E. 6059

6. The sum of the digits of a two-digit number is 12 and when the digits of the two-digit number are interchanged, the new number is 36 more than the original number. What is the original two- digit number?
A. Cannot be determined
B. 93
C. 48
D. 39
E. 84

7. A car covers the first 39 km of its journey in 45 min and covers the remaining 25 km in 35 min. What is the average speed of the car?
A. 40 km/h
B. 64 km/h
C. 49 km/h
D. 48 km/h
E. None of these

8. A, Band C entered into a partnership by investing Rs. 64000, Rs. 52000 and Rs. 36000, respectively. All of them invested for equal period of time. If A got Rs. 35584 as the share of annual profit, what amount did C get as his share of annual profit?
A. Rs. 20632
B. Rs. 18296
C. Rs. 21084
D. Rs. 19768
E. Rs. 20016

9. If a man runs at 6 km/h from his house, he misses the train at the station by 8 min. If he runs at 10 km/h, he reaches 7 min before the departure of the train. What is the distance of the station from the man’s house? (in km)
A. 4 ¾
B. 3 ½
C. 4 ¼
D. 3 ¾
E. 4 ½

10. Number of students in institutes A & B were in the ratio of 7:15 respectively in 2012. In 2013, the number of students in institute A increased by 25% and the number of students in institute B increased by 26%, then what was the respective ratio between number of students in institutes A & B respectively in 2013?
A. 25 : 56
B. 24 : 55
C. 24 : 53
D. 25 : 53
E. 25 : 54

11. An employee pays Rs. 26 for each day a worker works and forte its Rs. 7 for each day he is idle. At the end of 56 days, if the worker got Rs. 829, for how many days did the worker remain idle?
A. 21
B. 15
C. 19
D. 13
E. 17

12. 141/2 m 423/2 m 233/2 – ?7 = 432
A. 8/2
B. 4
C. 11/2
D. 7/2
E. 6

13. 15 ÷ 12.5 m 35 + 42.8 m 2.5 = ?2 = 102
A. 8
B. 6
C. 7.5
D. 5.2
E. 7

14. 32 ¾ + 28 ½ × 5 ⅓ – 12 ⅙ = ? + 5 ¼
A. 171⅔
B. 167⅓
C. 166½
D. 161⅕
E. 172⁷′₁₂

15. 2.6 m 1.5 + 3.4 m 1.2 – 18 m 2.5 = ?
A. 3.16
B. 2.78
C. 3.22
D. 3.48
E. 2.96

16. 156% of 850 – 3/5 of 288 + 85% of 440 = ?
A. 1580
B. 1478
C. 1675
D. 1532
E. 1572

17. 16⁵′⁷× 2⅘ + 15²′¹° × 8²′⁹
A. 172⅗
B. 141⅕
C. 144⅖
D. 142⅘
E. 166⅕

18. 11880 ÷ 44 ÷ 18 = ?
A. 14
B. 15
C. 11
D. 16
E. 12

19. 4/9 of 3/16 of ? = 155
A. 4420
B. 4240
C. 4320
D. 4030
E. 4120

20. 156.25 m 12.4 + 1.8 m 52.5 = ? – 175.85
A. 2124.5
B. 2212.85
C. 2207.85
D. 2684.8
E. 2624.4

21. 3⅖ × 12⅝ – 2⅕ × 5 ¼ = ?
A. 35⅕
B. 32⅝
C. 31⅜
D. 32⅖
E. 33⅛

22. Shared bought 36 kg of sugar@ Rs. 45 per kg and 24 kg of sugar @ Rs. 40 per kg. He mixed the two qualities of sugar and sold it so as earn 20% profit. At what rate per kg did he sell the sugar?
A. Rs. 52.56
B. Rs. 52.42
C. Rs. 52.36
D. Rs. 55.44
E. Rs. 54.25

23. The difference between the length and breadth of a rectangle is 6 m. Length of the rectangle is equal to the side of a square whose area is 729 sq. m. What is the perimeter of the rectangle? (in m)
A. 96
B. 108
C. 92
D. 88
E. 84

24. Raghuvir purchased 10 calculators and 16 watches for Rs. 56100 and sold them so as to earn an overall profit of 20%. At what total price should he sell 15 ‘calculators and 24 watches together so as to earn the same percent profit?
A. Rs. 100980
B. Rs. 116176
C. Rs. 121176
D. Rs. 100660
E. Rs. 124132

25. Some chocolates were distributed among 4 friends A, B, C and D such that the respective ratio of chocolates received by A to chocolates received by C was 7 : 9 B received 29 more chocolates than A and D received 33 more chocolates than C. If B received 15 more chocolates than C, how many chocolates did D receiver?
A. 84
B. 96
C. 72
D. 99
E. 87

26. Abhijit invested an amount with company X for two years @ simple interest rate 15 pcpa. The entire amount obtained from Company X after two years he invested with company Y@ compound interest rate 12 pcpa for two years. If the amount ‘finally received by him was Rs. 81536, what was the amount invested by him originally with company X?
A. Rs. 65000
B. Rs. 60000
C. Rs. 56000
D. Rs. 50000
E. Rs. 45000

27. The average weight of 40 students in a class is 55 kg. 6 of them whose average weight is 52 kg left the class and another set of 6 students whose average weight is 42 kg, joined the class. What is the new average weight of the class? (in kg)
A. 54.25
B. 52.75
C. 53.5
D. 54
E. 53

28. What will be the compound interest on Rs. 18600 of 2 years, the rate of interest for first year being 8% and for the second year being 15%?
A. Rs. 4499.90
B. Rs. 4963.20
C. Rs. 4237.80
D. Rs. 4501.20
E. Rs. 3837.10

29. The ratio of roses and lillies in a garden is 3 : 2 respectively. The average number of roses and lillies is 180. What is the number of lillies in the garden?
A. 144
B. 360
C. 181
D. 216
E. None of these

30. The sum of five numbers is 26. The average of the first two numbers is 30 and the average of the last two numbers is 7. What is the third number?
A. 33
B. 75
C. 60
D. Cannot be determined
E. None of the above

31. A certain number of capsules were purchased for Rs. 176. Six more capsules could have been purchased in the same amount if each capsule was cheaper by Rs. 3. What was the number of capsules purchased?
A. 13
B. 16
C. 17
D. 8
E. 11

32. Ram was asked to find 7/8th of a fraction but made the error of dividing the fraction by 7/8. As a result of this, he was off the correct answer by 751784. What answer was Ram supposed to arrive at?
A. 13/32
B. 9/14
C. 5/16
D. 5/14
E. 9/16

33. 36 workers can finish a piece of work in 14 days. If the work is to be completed in 8 days. How many extra workers are required?
A. 29
B. 33
C. 23
D. 31
E. 27

34. A man can row 13 km/h downstream and 9 km/h upstream. What is the speed of the man in still water? (in km/h)
A. 12
B. 10.5
C. 11
D. 10
E. 11.5

35. A is 60% more efficient than B. In how many days will A and B working together complete a piece of work which A alone takes 15 days to finish?
A. 9×7/13
B. 8×9/13
C. 8×4/13
D. 10×1/13
E. 9×3/13

36. Directions: Refer to the following table and answer the given questions.

MonthStoreABCDEF
January133161213225282196
February183123277176239268
March27815422698178198
April178272269284293277
May264107237167379237

Number of books sold by store E in March is what percent less than number of books sold by store A in May?
A. 29
B. 31
C. 37
D. 33
E. 35

37. Directions: Refer to the following table and answer the given questions.

MonthStoreABCDEF
January133161213225282196
February183123277176239268
March27815422698178198
April178272269284293277
May264107237167379237

Total number of books sold by store B during all the given months together is what percent of the total number of books sold by store D during all the given months together?
A. 82
B. 88
C. 92
D. 84
E. 86

38. Directions: Refer to the following table and answer the given questions.

MonthStoreABCDEF
January133161213225282196
February183123277176239268
March27815422698178198
April178272269284293277
May264107237167379237

What is the average number of books sold by all the given stores in February?
A. 207
B. 211
C. 219
D. 223
E. 227

39. Directions: Refer to the following table and answer the given questions.

MonthStoreABCDEF
January133161213225282196
February183123277176239268
March27815422698178198
April178272269284293277
May264107237167379237

What is the difference between total number of books sold by all the given stores together in January and total number of books sold by all the given, stores together in April?
A. 353
B. 379
C. 363
D. 347
E. 369

40. Directions: Refer to the following table and answer the given questions.

MonthStoreABCDEF
January133161213225282196
February183123277176239268
March27815422698178198
April178272269284293277
May264107237167379237

What is the respective ratio between total number of books sold by stores A and C together in March and total number of books sold by stores E and F together in May?
A. 9 : 11
B. 11 : 13
C. 5 : 7
D. 13 : 17
E. 7 : 9

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