#### IBPS Clerk CWE Exam Quantitative Aptitude Study Material

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The average prodection of the companies A, B, C and that of the companies D, E are in the radio

b) 86 : 147

c) 86 : 149

d) 87 : 149

What is the radio of companies having more demand than prodection to those having more prodection of demand?

b) 4 :1

c) 1 : 4

d) 3 : 2

How many times of prodection of company D is that of the company A?

b) 1.5

c) 1.8

d) 2.5

Thevalue of sale of finished goods in 1999 if of approximately what percentage of total amount invested in the raw materials in the year 1997 , 1998 , 1999 ?

b) 37

c) 49

d) 52

1998 , 1999 = (375 + 330 + 525 )

= 1230

percentage of finished goods in 1999 to Total amount invested in 1997,98,99 = 600 / 1230 x 100

=48.78 % = 49 %

Themaximum difference between the amount invested invested in raw materials and the value of finished goods in that year is in which year ?

b) 1996

c) 1997

d) 1998

in the year 1996 = 300 - 225 = 75 lakh

in the year 1997 = 500 - 375 = 125 lakh

in the year 1998 = 400 - 330 = 70 lakh

Hence difference is maximum in 1997

study the graph carefully and answer the question

If the imports of company X in 2007 were increased by 40 % what would be the ratio of their exports to the increased imports ?

b) 0.75

c) 1.25

d) 1.75

let exports = 1.75x

imports = x

Increasing the imports of company X by 40 % the ratio of exports of increased

increased imports

= 1.75x/140% of x = 1.75/1.4 = 1.25

study the graph carefully and answer the question

In 2005 , the exports of company X were double that of company Y in that year . If the imports of company X during the year were Rs 180 crores , what was the amount ( in crore ) of imports of company Y during the year

b) 282

c) 212

d) 210

Theproduction of state D in 1993 - 94 is how many times its production in 1994 - 95 ?

b) 0.75

c) 0.56

d) 1.77

Which of the following statement is false ?

b) There was no improvement in the production of cotton in state B during 1994 - 95

c) State A has produced more number of cotton in given period

d) Production of state C and D together is equal to that of state B during 1993 - 94

How many states showing below average production in 1992 - 93 showed above average production in 1993-94 ?

b) 2

c) 3

d) 1