# Bank PO :: PO Quantitative Aptitude Q Test No 50

## Home Bank PO / PO Quantitative Aptitude Q Test No 50 Questions and Answers

1 .

Direction (Q. 1-15): Following bar-graph shows the number (in thousand) of tyres produced by two companies A and B during the period 1990-95. The line graph shows the percentage of sales of these two companies in this period.

What is the percentage rise in selling of tyres by Company A from the year 1992 to 1993 ?

12%
8.4%
17.6%
None of these
2 .

In which year is the percentage rise or fall in production of tyres by Company B the maximum as compared to its previous year ?

1991
1992
1993
1994
3 .

The total number of tyres sold by Company A in the year 1994 is what percentage more/less than the number of tyres sold by it in 1993 ?

12.725%
18.125%
22.225%
24.625%
4 .

The total number of tyres sold by Company B in the year 1995 is what percentage of the total number of tyres produced by Company A in the year 1993 ?

52.5%
57.6%
60%
62.5%
5 .

What is the ratio of the average number of tyres produced by Company A in all six years together to the total number of tyres sold by Company B in the year 1994 ?

158:143
178:151
207:190
235:224
6 .

Direction (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Out of 500 students, 5.4% passed in all the three papers, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. 14.4% students passed only in Physics, 2 1% passed only in Chemistry and 22.4% passed only in Biology. 8.6% passed only in Physics and Chemistry and 15.4% passed only in Chemistry and Biology.

What percentage of students failed only in Chemistry ?

7.8%
8.6%
12.8%
13.6%
7 .

What is the difference between the number of students who passed in Biology and the number of students who passed only in Biology ?

164
168
170
172
8 .

The number of students who passed in Chemistry is what percentage of the number of students who passed only in Physics ?

28.57%
122.33%
150%
350%
9 .

How many students are there who passed in at least two papers out of the given three ?

211
207
203
1%
10 .

The number of students who passed in all three papers is what percentage of the number of students who passed in at most one paper ?

7.82%
9.34%
11.2%
13.64%