# IBPS PO 2017 Practice Test – Quant Day 19

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Q(1-5) Study the following Bar Graph and Pie Chart to answer the following Questions.
Note : No of Boys in all given Schools is always more than Girls. Each slice in Pie chart represents difference of Boys and Girls in that Particular School.  1. Which of the following school has maximum no of Boys?
A. School A
B. School B
C. School C
D. School D
E. School E
D. School D
Solution:
In School A:
Boys + Girls = 25862
Boys – Girls = 20*257 = 5140
Boys = 15501
In School B:
Boys + Girls = 28901
Boys – Girls = 19*257 = 4883
Boys = 16892
In School C:
Boys + Girls = 27126
Boys – Girls = 18*257 = 4626
Boys = 15876
In School D:
Boys + Girls = 28880
Boys – Girls = 22*257 = 5654
Boys = 17267
In School E:
Boys + Girls = 27415
Boys – Girls = 21*257 = 5397
Boys = 16406

2. What is the approximate average no of Girls in all Schools together?
A. 11224
B. 11248
C. 11284
D. 12248
E. None
B. 11248
Solution:
Average = (10361+12009+11250+11613+11009)/5 = 11248.4

3. No of Boys in School D forms approximately what percentage of Boys in all schools together?
A. 19%
B. 20%
C. 21%
D. 22%
E. None
C. 21%
Solution:
School D:
17267
All Schools:
15501+16892+15876+17267+16406 = 81942
% = 17267/81942 = 21%

4. Which of the following School has minimum no of Girls?
A. School A
B. School B
C. School C
D. School D
E. School E
A. School A
Solution:
School A:10361
School B:12009
School C:11250
School D:11613
School E:11009

5. Total no of Boys in all Schools is approximately what percent more than no of Girls in all Schools?
A. 41%
B. 43%
C. 46%
D. 48%
E. 49%
C. 46%
Solution:
Boys = 81942
Girls = 56242
% = 81942-56242/56242 = 45.6%

Q(6-10). Study the table which contains marks obtained by Students in different subjects out of 100. 1. What is the average marks obtained by Sneha in all subjects together?
A. 78
B. 79
C. 80
D. 81
E. 82
B. 79
Solution:
Average: 84+73+71+94+83+69/6 = 79

2. What is the percentage of Marks obtained by Sunita?
A. 78%
B. 79%
C. 80%
D. 81%
E. 82%
A. 78%
Solution:
Total Marks obtained by Sunita: 82+89+68+78+81+70 = 468
Total Marks = 600
% = 468/600 = 78%

3. What is the difference between total marks obtained by Swati and Swetha?
A. 5
B. 6
C. 7
D. 8
E. None
C. 7
Solution:
Swati: 68+81+90+76+74+83 = 472
Swetha: 67+79+82+93+79+65 = 465
Difference = 472-465 = 7

4. By what percent approximately Shalini total marks in all subjects is more than that of Sujitha total marks in all subjects?
A. 0.111%
B. 0.562%
C. 0.812%
D. 1.070%
E. None
D. 1.070%
Solution:
Shalini: 76+85+72+92+78+69 = 472
Sujitha: 88+65+74+91+82+67 =467
% = 472-467/467*100 = 1.07%

5. Who among the following Highest total Marks?
A. Sneha
B. Sunita
C. Swati
D. Shalini
E. Sujitha
A. Sneha
Solution:
Sneha: 474
Sunita: 468
Swati: 472
Shalini: 472
Sujitha: 467