SBI PO Pre 4th shift 30 April 2017
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Question 1 of 28
1. Question
1 pointsSynonyms: Common, Shrink
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Question 2 of 28
2. Question
1 pointsA box contains 10 red ball 6 green ball if 2 balls are drawn randomly what is the probability of getting non green ball ?
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Question 3 of 28
3. Question
1 points2 persons are invested in ratio 4:6, after 6 months 2nd person withdraw his amount at the time 3rd person invested 12x. At the end of the year total profit is 33150. Find share of 3rdperson.
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Question 4 of 28
4. Question
1 points6×211x+4=0
30 y2 23y+3=0
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Question 5 of 28
5. Question
1 points7×2+10x+3=0
2y2+11y+14=0
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Question 6 of 28
6. Question
1 pointsRatio between height of 2 cylinder in the ratio 3:5. Their volumes are in the ratio 27:80. Find ratio between their radius.
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Question 7 of 28
7. Question
1 pointsInvestment Ration of A:B:C was 1:2:3, a withdraws after 1 month.
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Question 8 of 28
8. Question
1 points2nd Puzzle: 5 people have exams in different months in 2 days.
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Question 9 of 28
9. Question
1 pointsA,B and C started a business and invested in the ratio of 3:4:5. After 4 months, A withdraw 1/12th amount of what B and C invested. If the annual income was 9200, then what was share of B ?
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Question 10 of 28
10. Question
1 pointsNumber Series : 4, 3, 4, 7, 15
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Question 11 of 28
11. Question
1 pointsNumber Series : 7, 5, 7, 17, 63
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Question 12 of 28
12. Question
1 pointsNumber Series : 11, 14, 19, 28, 43
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Question 13 of 28
13. Question
1 pointsNumber Series : 50, 961, 89, 154, 280
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Question 14 of 28
14. Question
1 pointsRatio between height of 2 cylinder in the ratio 3:5. Their volumes are in the ratio 27:80. Find ratio between their radius.
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Question 15 of 28
15. Question
1 pointsSum of money is invested in Scheme A, 15% per annum, After 2 years amount is received, that amount invested in scheme B at 20% per annum for compound interest. If the interest received at the end of 2 years is 1430. Find the sum.
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Question 16 of 28
16. Question
1 pointsSuman spend 36% on food. Remaining ¼ on brother and ⅜ on sister. Difference of amount given to brother and sister is 1200. What is suman total savings ?
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Question 17 of 28
17. Question
1 pointsA vessel contains milk and water in the ratio of 7:1. 1/10th mixture is removed and 3 litres of water is added. The final ratio of milk and water is 6:1. Find the initial quantity of the mixture.
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Question 18 of 28
18. Question
1 pointsA, B and C started a business where their initial capital was in the ratio of 2:3:4. At the end of 6 months, A invested an amount such that his initial capital became equal to B’s initial capital investment. If the annual profit of B is Rs. 3000 then what is the total profit?
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Question 19 of 28
19. Question
1 pointsTime taken by A alone to finish a work is 50% more than the time taken by A and B together. B is thrice as efficient as C. If B and C together can complete the work in 22.5 days, then how many days will A alone take to complete the work?
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Question 20 of 28
20. Question
1 pointsCloze Test : [Article from THE ECONOMIST]
Everyone knows that nurturing brain boxes is good for an economy. In Thailand, school reformers have an extra incentive: to narrow differences between rich people in cities and their poorer rural cousins, which have led to a decade of political tension and occasional eruptions of violence. For years shoddy teaching has favoured urban children whose parents can afford to send them to cramming schools or to study abroad. Dismal instruction in the countryside has made it easier for city slickers from posh colleges to paint their political opponents as pliable bumpkins.
The dangerous social divide is all the more reason to worry about Thailand’s poor rating in an educational league table published in December. Thailand limped into the bottom quarter of 70 countries whose pupils participated in the maths, reading and science tests organised under the Programm for International Student Assessment PISA. Its scores have deteriorated since a previous assessment in 2012, when researchers found that almost onethird of the country’s 15yearolds were “functionally illiterate”, including almost half of those studying in rural schools.
Thailand’s dismal performance is not dramatically out of step with countries of similar incomes. But it is strange given its unusually generous spending on education, which in some years has hoovered up more than a quarter of the budget. Rote learning is common. There is a shortage of maths and science teachers, but a surfeit of physicaleducation instructors. Many head teachers lack the authority to hire or fire their own staff. Classrooms are stern and bullying teachers numerous
Thailand spends too much money propping up small schools, where teaching is poorest. Almost half of Thai schools have fewer than 120 students, and most of those have less than one teacher per class. Opening lots of village schools once helped Thailand achieve impressive attendance rates, but roadbuilding and other improvements in infrastructure mean most schools are now within 20 minutes of another. Over the next ten years falling birth rates will reduce school rolls by more than 1m, making it ever more difficult for tiny institutions to provide adequate instruction at a reasonable cost.Correct
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Question 21 of 28
21. Question
1 pointsThere was a right circular cylinder. The ratio of Volume:Curved Surface Area and Diameter:Height was given. You had to find the total surface are. Easy to solve, calculation based.
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Question 22 of 28
22. Question
1 pointsBased on both CI and SI. You had to calculate the SI and CI based on the numbers given and find out their difference. Lengthy question, but solvable.
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Question 23 of 28
23. Question
1 pointsB is older than A. After 12 years, age of B:C is 4:3. Also, C = 2A. You had to calculate the age of B after 12 years.
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Question 24 of 28
24. Question
1 pointsIn a mixture, Ratio of Milk : Water is 7:1. If the mixture is reduced to onetenth and 3L more is added, the ration becomes 6:1. What is the original quantity of the mixture? Moderate to Difficult and Tricky.
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Question 25 of 28
25. Question
1 pointsPuzzle : There are 8 people in a line (A to H) on different floors of the building – 11, 16, 19, 25, 27, 31, 36, 44.
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Question 26 of 28
26. Question
1 pointsPuzzle : 4 boxes, ‘L, M, N and O’ contain a pen, a flower, a watch and a lock but not necesssarily in the same order.
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Question 27 of 28
27. Question
1 pointsPuzzle : There are 13 people in one line and (i) J is 5th from last (ii) There are 3 people between J and W (which meant that there were two possible positions for W) (iii) There are same number of people on W’s left and L’s right. (iv) L and P sit together. You had to find the number of people that sit between two other variables.
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Question 28 of 28
28. Question
1 pointsC is the mother of R and R is the only sister of V. V is W’s brother and A is V’s daughter. Find the relation between W and A.
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