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Ratio and proportion Bank Clerk MCQ Questions With Answers
1.
The salaries of three persons X, Y and Z are in the ratio 3 : 4 : 5. If the increment in their salary if 5%, 10% and 20% respectively, what is the new ratio of their salaries?
64 : 91 : 110
34 : 43 : 120
65 : 78 : 100
35 : 28 : 110
63 : 88 : 120
2.
If 35 percent of a number is added to another number then the first number becomes 98 percent of itself. What will be the ratio of first and second numbers?
98: 35
14: 5
5: 14
Data inadequate
None of these
3.
Two natural numbers are taken, P and Q, and they are in ratio 13 : 11. What will be the value of (95P + 23Q)/(95P – 23Q)?
13/11
169/121
512/259
744/491
Cannot be determined
4.
The ratio of number of 2 rupees coins and 5 rupees coins that Maria has is 6 : 11. If the number of 5 rupees coins is halved, then she will have an amount of Rs. 790. How many 2 rupees coins does Maria have?
84
108
120
220
110
5.
The fourth proportional to 75, 192 and 200 is equal to fourth proportional to 90, 384 and Q. Find the value of Q.
100
108
120
126
122
6.
Find the ratio between 43.5 and 25 : -
2 : 1
4 : 1
7 : 5
7 : 10
None of these
7.
The ratio of earnings of Amit and Babu is 3 : 5. If the earnings of Amit increase by 20% and the earnings of Babu decrease by 20%, the new ratio of their earnings becomes 9 : 10. What is Amit’s earning?
Rs. 1200
Rs. 1800
Rs. 2100
Cannot be determine
None of these
8.
Rs. 68,000 is divided among A, B, and C in the ratio of 1/2 : 1/4 : 5/16. The difference between the greatest part and the smallest part is:
Rs. 8000
Rs. 32000
Rs. 9000
Rs. 12000
None of these
9.
The third proportional to 3 and 15 is a multiple of:
2
3
7
6
11
10.
While purchasing a car, Matt found that the price of car is directly proportional to square of engine capacity in liters. Also, the ratio of price of a car in current year to its price in previous years is always 6:5. If the price of a 1.2 liter engine car in 2013 was Rs. 300000, then what would be the price of a 2.5 liter engine car in 2016?
Rs. 1250000
Rs. 1500000
Rs. 2250000
Rs. 2500000
Cannot be determined
11.
One year ago the ratio of Yamini’s and Gamini’s ages was 6 : 7 respectively. six years hence this ratio would become 7 : 8. How old is Gamini?
35 years
50 years
31 years
Cannot be determined
None of these
12.
Hariprasad and Madhusudan started a business, investing sumes in the ratio of 2 : 3. If Hariprasad had invested an additional amount of Rs. 10,000, the ratio of Hariprasad’s investment to Madhsudan’s investment would have been 3 : 2. What was the amount invested by Hariprasad?
Rs. 8000
Rs. 12000
Rs. 9000
Data inadequate
None of these
13.
A box of chocolates containing 16 chocolates was given to each of the children A,B,C and D. When asked about the ratio of ‘no. of chocolates eaten’ to the ‘no. of chocolates not eaten’, they gave the following answer. A :- 5 : 3 B :- 1 : 1 C :- 1 : 7 D :- 3 : 4 one of them was lying. who? (here, eaten means completely eaten)
A
B
C
D
All of them were lying
14.
Find the share of ‘C’ in a profit of Rs. 4650 which is divided among three people ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ as: 4 (A’s share) = 6 (B’s share) = 10 (C’s share).
465
900
1,550
2,250
None of these
15.
Fresh fruit contains 65% water and dry fruit contains 30% water. How much dry fruit can be obtained from 100 kg of fresh fruits?
50 kg
40 kg
52 kg
80 kg
None of these
16.
Blue and yellow colors were mixed in a plate A in ratio 7:4 and in other plate B it was mixed in ratio of 3:5. In what ratio should colors from these plates be mixed so as to form a mixture in ratio of 4:3.
91:70
70:91
40:121
121:40
None of these
17.
The mean proportional between (3+√2) and (12-√32) is
√7
2√7
6
\(\frac{{15 - 3\sqrt 2 }}{2}\)
\(\sqrt 5\)
18.
A bag contains 50 paise, 25 paise and 5 paise coins. If these are in the ratio of 4 : 3 : 5, respectively and the total amount of money is Rs. 90, what is the number of 25 paise coins?
90
150
100
70
40
19.
The total number of students who play football in a district is 31700. If the ratio of boys playing football to the girls playing football in the district is 743 : 842 respectively, what is the total number of girls playing football?
14860
16480
15340
18600
None of these
20.
The ratio of roses and lilies in a garden is 7:9 respectively. The average number of roses and lilies is 272. What is the difference between the number of lilies and roses in the garden?
68
86
86
98
None of these
21.
Rs.4200 are divided among A, B, C and D in such a way that \(\frac{{{\rm{A's\;share}}}}{{{\rm{B's\;share}}}} = \frac{{{\rm{B's\;share}}}}{{{\rm{C's\;share}}}} = \frac{{{\rm{C's\;share}}}}{{{\rm{D's\;share}}}} = \frac{3}{4}.\) What is A’s share?
Rs.588
Rs.744
Rs.648
Rs.764
Rs. 700
22.
The ratio of capacity of buckets P and Q is 3 : 4. Both are filled to half their capacity with water. From bucket P, 15 liters of water is taken and poured into bucket Q. Now, the ratio of water in buckets P and Q becomes 3 : 11. Find the capacity of bucket Q (in liters).
40
60
75
80
150
23.
Two friends P & Q started a business investing amounts in the ratio of 5 : 6. R joined them after seven months investing an amount equal to that of Q’s amount. At the end of the year 23% profit was earned which was equal to Rs. 98,578. What was the approximate amount invested by R?
Rs. 75,460
Rs. 79,370
Rs. 75, 000
Data inadequate
None of these
24.
A sum of money is to be divided equally among Hamid, Jamal, Karan and Vinay in the respective ratio of 4 : 5 : 6 : 7 and another sum of money is to be divided between Priya and Garima equally. If Priya got Rs. 1500 less than Hamid, then how much amount did Karan receive?
Rs. 4500
Rs. 2400
Rs. 5100
Can’t be determined
None of these
25.
If P/Q = 8, then find the value of \(\frac{{{P^2} + {Q^2}}}{{{P^2} - {Q^2}}}\).
22/21
9/7
65/63
50/47
None of these
26.
The ratio of two numbers P and Q is same as ratio of (P + 2R) and (Q + R). What will be the value of (4P + 3Q) : (4P – 3Q)?
5 : 2
4 : 3
11 : 5
13 : 6
17 : 8
27.
Three friends A, B and C started a business by investing a sum of money in the ratio of 5 : 7 : 6 After 6 months C withdraws half of his capital. If the sum invested by. ‘A’ is Rs. 40,000, out of total annual profit of Rs. 33,000, C’s share will be
Rs. 10,000
Rs. 12,000
Rs. 11,000
Rs. 9,000
None of these
28.
When 30 percent of a number is added to another number the second number increases by its 40 per cent. What is the ratio between the first and the second number?
3 : 4
4 : 3
3 : 2
Data inadequate
None of these
29.
If the numerator of a fraction is increased by 150% and the denominator is increased by 300%, the resultant is \(1\frac{7}{{88}}\). What is the original fraction?
\(2\frac{7}{{44}}\)
8/11
19/11
5/8
None of these
30.
The ratio of number of pillows that Quincy and Sarah have is 4 :11. If Sarah gives 45 pillows to Quincy, she will still have 1 pillow more than Quincy. How many pillows so they have in total?
92
135
195
203
289
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