 ## Quantitative Aptitude Questions

Hello Aspirants, As we all know that Quant Miscellaneous Questions is a important part of quantitative aptitude section for every competitive exams.Different kind of Quantitative Aptitude Questions asked in every competitive exam. (Like – Percentage, Profit & Loss, Time and Work, Ratios and Proportions, Permutations and Combinations, Time and Distance, Boat and Streams, Probability, Average, Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Problems on Ages,). So here, In this article we will provide different arithmetic questions. These quantitative aptitude questions are important for Bank, SSC, SEBI, NABARD, RBI, LIC, and Other state exams. You can attempt these questions & boost your preparation for your examination.

In the Banking exams quantitative aptitude questions asked in the Prelims as well as Mains exam.There are 10 Quant Miscellaneous Questions asked in the Prelims exam (Bank).You want to score more in the quantitative aptitude section then you should practice more and more quantitative aptitude Miscellaneous questions.

## Quantitative Aptitude Questions – Set 9

1.One fill pipe A takes 3 minutes more to fill the cistern than two fill pipes A and B opened together to fill it. Second fill pipe B takes 21⅓ minutes more to fill cistern than two fill pipes A and B opened together to fill it. When will the cistern be full if both pipes are opened simultaneously?
A. 7 minutes
B. 16 minutes
C. 8 minutes
D. 10 minutes
E. 12 minutes

C. 8 minutes 2.A thief is spotted by a policeman from a distance of 150 metres. When the policeman starts the chase, the thief also starts running. Assuming the speed of the thief 12 kilometres an hour, and that of the policeman 18 kilometres an hour, how far will have the thief run before he is overtaken?
A. 150 metres
B. 200 metres
C. 300 metres
D. 1 km
E. 450 meters

C. 300 metres 3.A man can row 60 km upstream and 88 km downstream in 20hrs. Also, he can row 80 km upstream and 110 km downstream 26 hrs. Find the rate of the current and the speed of the man in still water.
A. 12 km/hr, 4 km/hr
B. 16 km/hr, 6 km/hr
C. 8 km/hr, 3 km/hr
D. 14 km/hr,7 km/hr
E. None of these

C. 8 km/hr, 3 km/hr 4.Length of a rectangular field is increased by 21 metres and breadth is decreased by 9 metres, area of the field remains unchanged. If length be decreased by 21 metres and breadth be increased by 15 metres, again area remains unchanged. Find the length of diagonal of the rectangle.
A. 90 m
B. 64 m
C. 95.3 m(approx)
D. 64.8 m (approx)
E. 78 m

C. 95.3 m(approx) 5.The amount of water contained in sphere of radius 3 cm is poured into a cube of side 5 cm. The height upto which water will rise in the cube is :
A. 2 cm
B. 3π/4 cm
C. 0.5 π cm
D. 1.44 π cm
E. π cm

D. 1.44 π cm 6.A started a work and left after working for 3 days. Then B was called and he finished the work in 13 ½ days. Had a left the work after working for 4½ days, B would have finished the remaining work in 9 days. In how many days can each of them, working alone, finish the whole work?
A. 7.5 days, 22.5 days
B. 7 days, 9 days
C. 5 days, 15 days
D. 23.5 days, 8.5 days
E. None of these

A. 7.5 days, 22.5 days 7.From a cask of wine containing 25 litres, 5 litres with drawn and the cask is filled with water. The process is repeated a second and then a third time. Find the ratio of wine to water in the resulting mixture.
A. 65 : 61
B. 61 : 64
C. 51 : 54
D. 46 : 61
E. 64:61

E. 64:61 8.Divide Rs 6100 between A and B, so that A’s share at the end of 3 years may equal B’s share at the end of 5 years, compound interest being at 20%
A. Rs 3800, Rs 2500
B. Rs 3500, Rs 2600
C. Rs 3400, Rs 2700
D. Rs 3450, Rs 2650
E. Rs 3600,2500

E. Rs 3600,2500 9.Some amount out of Rs 9000 was lent at 8% per annum and the remaining at 6% per annum. If the total simple interest from both the fractions in 7 years was Rs 3900, find the sum lent at 8% per annum.
A. Rs 5000/7
B. Rs 6000/7
C. Rs 1600
D. Rs 1700
E. Rs 4000/7

B. Rs 6000/7 10.A shopkeeper sold an article for Rs 750 after giving 20% discount on the labeled price an made 40% pro?t on the cost price. What would have been the percentage profit, had he not given the discount?
A. 77%
B. 85%
C. 60%
D. 70%
E. 75% 