# New Pattern-Based Caselet DI Practice Questions PDF for Banking Exams

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Caselet DI Practice Questions: Caselet DI is a very common question type that appears in almost all bank and insurance exams. To master this topic, it is important that you give yourself enough time to practice. Practice will help you understand what types of questions can be asked in the exam. To help you out, we have brought New Pattern Caselet DI practice questions. Solve the questions and assess your preparation.

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(Questions 1 -5) In an Island called Arson, only two tribes linyak and Sorlia lives. The population of linyak is 50% more than that of Sorlia. In the island, the ratio of males to females is 11 : 9 and in sorlia tribe the number of females is 40% less than that of male population and in linyak tribe, the male populations are equal to that of female populations. The total number of female populations in Sorlia tribe is 1200.

1. What is the ratio of the total population of the island to the total male population of the linyak tribe?
a) 5:2
b) 15:7
c) 12:5
d) 10:3
Ans: option d

2. What is the total number of male populations in the island?
a) 4200
b) 4400
c) 4600
d) 4500
Ans: option b

3. In the island, the total number male populations are how much more than
that of female population?
a) 600
b) 1000
c) 1200
d) 800
Ans: option d

4. 20% of the total population of the island is below eighteen then total how many people are above eighteen?

a) 8000
b) 6400
c) 5600
d) 7200
Ans: option b

5. The total number of female populations in linyak tribe is how much percentage more than that of Sorliya tribe?
a) 200%
b) 250%
c) 150%
d) None of these