# Bank PO :: PO Quantitative Aptitude Q Test No 39

## Home Bank PO / PO Quantitative Aptitude Q Test No 39 Questions and Answers

1 .

If the price of sugar is raised by 60% then by how much percentage should a household reduce his consumption so that his expenditure on sugar doesn't increase ?

60%
40%
37.5%
30%
2 .

15 years age A's age was 9/2 of B's If the ratio of their present ages is 12 : 5, what is the average of their present ages ?

32.5 years
42.5 years
45 years
47.5 years
3 .

A train running at a speed of 40 m/s crosses a pole in 21 sec less than the time it requires to cross a bridge 3.5 times its length at the same speed. What is the length of the bridge ?

240 m
420 m
560 m
840 m
4 .

25 men can complete a work in 8 days. 15 women can complete the same piece of work in 20 days and 9 children can complete it in 40 days. In how many days can one man, one woman and one child together complete the same piece of work ?

60 days
75 days
90 days
96 days
5 .

If the numerator of a fraction is increased by 400% and the denominator by 20% the resultant fraction is 8/15 What is the original frations ?

4/15
8/15
4/25
8/25
6 .

Direction (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
The total number of newspaper readers from six different cities is 4 lakh. Following pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of readers among these cities and the table gives the ratio of male to female readers and the ratio of Hindi to English newspaper readers.

 City Male : Female Hindi : English A 5 : 3 7 : 9 B 9 : 7 5 : 3 C 11 : 7 5 : 4 D 3 : 2 13 : 7 E 7 : 6 3 : 1 F 2 : 1 8 : 7

What is the average number of English newspaper readers from all the six cities together ?

27500
28000
28500
29000
7 .

What is the total number of females from City D who read Hindi newspapers ?

16000
20000
24000
Data insufficient
8 .

The total number of male readers from City B is what percentage of the total number of female readers from City E ?

44.44%
80%
125%
225%
9 .

What is the ratio of the total number of female readers from City C to the total number of Hindi newspaper readers from City A ?

3:4
4:5
5:6
6:7
10 .

The total number of Hindi newspaper readers from all the cities together is what percentage of the total number of newspaper readers (both Hindi and English) from City A ?

180%
225%
240%
290%