# Bank PO :: PO Quantitative Aptitude Q Test No 205

## Home Bank PO / PO Quantitative Aptitude Q Test No 205 Questions and Answers

1 .

Direction  (Q. 1 - 5) : Following line graphs what show the ratio of boys to girls passing out from two different schools 'A' and 'B' in the period of 2005 to 2010. Answer the following questions based on these graphs.

If the numbers of boys passing out from School A and School B are 450 each in year 2005, then what is the total number of students passing out from School 'A' and 'B' in 2005 ?

1620
1680
1725
1750
2 .

The number of boys passing from School Ain year2006 was 750 and the number of girls passing out from School B in year2008 was 400. Then what is the sum of the number of girls passing out from A in 2006 and number ofboys passing out from Bin 2008 ?

1120
1140
1160
1180
3 .

If the number of boys passing out from School A in year 2007 was 420, what was the number of girls passing out from School Bin 2007 ?

420
210
500
None of these
4 .

If the number of students passing out from A in year 2006, and year 2008 is equal to 450 each, then what is the number ofboys passing out from School A in 2006 and 2008 together ?

450
470
520
550
5 .

If the number of boys passing out from School B in year 2008 increases by 25% and that of girls passing out decreases by 25%, what will be the new ratio ?

4:5
5:3
5:2
8:3
6 .

Direction (Q. 6 - 10) : Of a total of 80 delegates who came to India from different countriesof the European Union, 10% can speak all three languages—French, Spanish and English; and double this number can speak French alone. Delegates who can speak two and only two languages are 34. The number of delegates who can speak French and English but not Spanish is equal to the number to that of who can speak Spanish and French but not English. People who can speak Spanish and English but not French is 1/8 of the total number of delegates. Total 45 delegates can speak English. Now answer the following questions based on this information.

How many delegates can speak Spanish alone ?

6
7
12
13
7 .

How many delegates can speak one and only one language ?

35
36
37
38
8 .

How many delegates can speak French and Spanish but not English ?

8
10
12
15
9 .

How many delegates can speak at least two languages ?

40
42
44
38
10 .

The number of delegates who can speak French and English but not Spanish is what percentage of the number of delegates who can speak English only ?

75%
80%
84%
85%