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Percentage Bank PO MCQ Questions With Answers
1.
Four-fifths of Nimu’s monthly salary is equal to Sikander’s monthly salary. Sikander’s monthly salary is 23% more than Hary’s monthly salary. Hary’s monthly salary is Rs. 36000. What is Nimu’s monthly salary?
Rs. 55350
Rs. 52550
Rs. 54750
Rs. 57450
None of these
2.
The cost of packaging the oranges is 40% of the cost of fresh oranges themselves. The cost of oranges increased by 30% but the cost of packaging decreases by 50% from the original cost of packaging, then find the percentage change of the cost of packed oranges, if the cost of packed oranges is equal to the sum of the cost of fresh oranges and cost of packaging:
1.1%
7.14%
3.5%
9%
None of these
3.
20% of 30% of twice a number is 36. Find the number
60
15
100
300
None of these
4.
Ram ate half of the cheese on Monday, again he ate half of what was left on Tuesday and so on. He followed this pattern for one week. How much of the cheese would he have eaten during the week?
99.22%
95%
98.22%
100%
97.58%
5.
An ugly spat between two sons of a business tycoon led to the division of the company into 2 pieces. While the elder son got hold of the 45% of the stake in the company and 5.5 billion dollars worth assets, the younger son gets 3.5 billion dollars worth of the assets and the leftover stake in the company. If the current value of the stakes is 30 billion dollars, which son is richer and by how much?
Elder son is richer by 1 billion dollars
Younger son is richer by 1 billion dollars
Elder son is richer by 2 billion dollars
Younger son is richer by 2 billion dollars
None of these
6.
1/5th of a number is 48. What will be 62% of that number?
164.66
148.8
178.22
182.44
None of these
7.
Gaurav spends 40% of the amount he received from his father on hostel expenses, 20% on books and stationery, and 50% of the remaining amount on transport. He saves Rs. 600 which is half the remaining amount after spending on hostel expenses, books and stationery and transport. How much money did he get from his father?
Rs. 3,000
Rs. 6,000
Rs. 4,500
Cannot be determined
None of these
8.
Compare the values of the two quantities in the question and answer. Quantity 1: Find the value of x, such that 3 times the 35% of x is 40 less than 8/7 of x. Quantity 2: Find the value of x, such that 7 times the 70% of x is 1800 more than 6/11 of x.
Quantity 1 > Quantity 2
Quantity 1 < Quantity 2
Quantity 1 ≥ Quantity 2
Quantity 1 ≤ Quantity 2
Quantity 1 = Quantity 2
9.
In a village consisting of three localities X, Y and Z, the population of the three localities X, Y and Z are in the ratio 5 : 6 : 7. In locality X, 75% of the people bought newspaper, in locality Y, 45% of the people bought newspaper and in locality Z, 85% of the people did not buy newspaper. Find the percentage of people who bought newspaper in the village.
56.78%
45.89%
41.67%
54.45%
50%
10.
A student multiplied a number by 2/3 instead of 3/2 what is the percentage error in the calculation?
45%
55.5%
62 %
63%
none of these
11.
An entrance examination paper consisted of 5 sections. 7% of the total candidates who appeared for the examination cleared the cut-off for all the sections and 3% cleared none. From the rest, 20% cleared four sections and 15% cleared just one. If 8.5% of the total candidates cleared two sections and 550 students cleared three, what is the total number of candidates that appeared for the examination?
1000
1320
1275
1250
1100
12.
Himani joined Gym near to her college. She has been advised by her instructor that she has to run on treadmill for certain duration. While she was running on treadmill, her treadmill showed that time is still remaining in her exercise session. She noticed time twice during her workout, once after completion of 10% of Exercise as 24 minutes 18 seconds. Calculate the time she must have noticed when she had completed 40% of her workout?
22 minutes 21 seconds
24 minutes 23 seconds
16 minutes 12 seconds
17 minutes 24 seconds
23 minutes 37 seconds
13.
David invested certain amount in three different schemes A, B and C with the rate of interest 10% p.a., 12% p.a. and 15% p.a. respectively. If the total interest accrued in one year was Rs. 3200 and the amount invested in Scheme C was 150% of the amount invested in Scheme A or 240% of the amount invested in Scheme B, what was the amount invested in Scheme B?
Rs. 5000
Rs. 6500
Rs. 7500
Rs. 7000
14.
A is five time as Large as B. The Percent that B is less than A is:
20%
80%
60%
46%
50%
15.
Due to reduction of 20% price in wheat, A man can get 10 kg more in Rs 600. New rate of wheat is–
Rs 11.50/kg
Rs 12.50/kg
Rs 12/kg
Rs 13/kg
None of these
16.
The ratio of male and female employees in a company is 5 : 3. If 40% of males and 20% of female employees earn more than Rs.50000 per month, then calculate the percentage of employees who do not earn more than Rs.50000?
55%
50%
60%
67.5%
None of these
17.
In a class of 80 students and 20 teachers, each student got sweets which was x% of total number of students, while every teacher got sweets which was 2x% of total no. of students. If some sweets were also donated to homeless, whose number was equal to 50% of the sweets given to the all the teachers, then what is the value of ‘x’, if 560 sweets were bought in total?
8
15
2.5
10
5
18.
The cost of a truck is 400% greater than the cost of a car. If there is an increase in the cost of the car by 20% and that of truck by 15%. Then the total increase in the cost of 5 trucks and 10 cars is
17.5%
18.5%
18.25%
16.42%
None of these
19.
Mittal wants to sell his steel plant based in Mumbai. Both JSW and TATA wants to purchase it because of the other benefits associated with it. The price of Mittal steel plant is 50% more than the JSW’s assets, and 100% more than TATA’s assets. If JSW and TATA decides to merge and combine their assets in order to acquire this plant, then the price of Mittal would be approximately what percentage of these assets?
81.59%
82.23%
84.78%
89.23%
85.71%
20.
As Jio entered into market, other telecom sectors have to struggle alot in order to remain in the market. The effect is also seen on the share price of the companies. A survey is being conducted for share price fluctuation of Airtel. It has been observed that share price of Airtel rose by 10% from July to August. Then, it has been dropped 20% from August to September and again rose by 50% from September to October. What was the percentage increase for the whole quarter in 2017?
31%
24%
26%
32%
23%
21.
A natural number P is increased successively 3 times by 20% to obtain Q. The smallest number which must be multiplied by Q to get a natural number is 5. What will be the minimum value of P?
15625
62500
12500
125000
3125
22.
On increasing the percentage of boys in a school by 10%, the number of boys exceed the number of girls by 44. Which of these could be the original percentage of boys in school?
30
75
66.66
100
50
23.
John bought a vintage car for Rs. 200000. He increases the price of car by 10% every year. He sold the car after three years, but decreased the price of car every year by 10% in calculation by mistake. What is the ratio of price at which he should have sold the car and the price at which he actually sold the car?
121 : 81
1331 : 729
11 : 9
1 : 1
Cannot be determined
24.
When 12 is subtracted from a number, it reduces to 20% of twice that number. Find the number.
20
18
22
24
26
25.
A number is 50% less than the third number and another number is 54% less than the third number. By how much percent is the second number less than the first number?
13
11
9
Cannot be determined
None of these
26.
A shopkeeper has certain number of eggs of which 5% are found to be broken. He sells 93% of the remainder and still has 266 eggs left. How many eggs he originally had?
4000
4500
3500
4200
None of these
27.
In a community group of society, 65% of the residents were Christian and 50% were Adivasi. If every resident is either Christian or Adivasi or both, calculate the% of residents belonging to both communities.
10%
50%
12%
20%
15%
28.
In 2014 India played 48 one day international (ODI). The winning % in 1st 20 ODI was 40. The winning % in next 10 ODI was 80 and the winning % was 50 in the remaining ODI’s of 2014. What was the (approx) overall winning % of India in ODI’s in 2014?
60%
45%
68%
52%
None of these
29.
The price of a bike is increased by 25%, by how much percent, must the new price of this bike be decreased to restore its original price?
30 %
20 %
40 %
50%
None of these.
30.
In a company, there are 75% skilled workers and remaining ones are unskilled. 80% of skilled workers and 20% of unskilled workers are permanent. If number of temporary workers is 126, then find the number of total workers.
124
388
324
360
None of these
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