# IBPS Clerk Quiz 1 – Daily Quiz For IBPS Clerk Mains 2019 – Solve Now

With the upcoming IBPS Clerk Mains 2019 Exam on 19th January 2020, we will be coming up daily IBPS Clerk Quiz for Quants, English and Reasoning sections for your regular practice. Do try solving these questions given in  “IBPS Clerk Quiz 1” on a daily basis for your exam preparation.

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## IBPS Clerk Quiz 1 – For Clerk Mains 2019 Exam

### IBPS Clerk Quiz 1 – IBPS Clerk Quant Quiz

#### Q.1. To complete the work while working alone; A, B and C take 15, 12 and 20 days respectively.

Quantity 1: No. of days required to complete the work when A, B and C work together, given that C is destroying the work at the same rate at which he was supposed to complete it.

Quantity 2: No. of days required to complete the work when A and B work together at half their capacity and both are replaced by C every alternate day.

a. Q1>Q2

b. Q1<Q2

c. Q1≥Q2

d. Q1≤Q2

e. Q1=Q2 or relation cannot be established

#### Q.2. Establish the relation.

Quantity 1: In 2011 there were 1260 students in CMS and out of that 840 got passed. In 2012, 1060 out of a total of 1480 students got passed. What is the difference in the numerical value of passing % of the students in 2012 compared to the previous year?

Quantity 2: Sonam has a car worth 5 Lakhs and a flat of worth Rs 10 Lakh. If the price of the car decreases by 20% and the price of the flat increases by 12%, then what is the % change in the total worth of Sonam in next year compared to last year?

a. Q1>Q2

b. Q1<Q2

c. Q1≥Q2

d. Q1≤Q2

e. Q1=Q2 or relation cannot be established

#### Q.3. Establish the relation.

Quantity 1: Ratio of salary of Rita and Sita is 2:5. If Sita gave Rs. 1000 to Rita, Rita’s salary will be 1/2 of the salary of Sita. If the salary of Sita and Rita increase by 10%, find the sum of the salary of Rita and Sita after the increment?

Quantity 2: A shopkeeper buys a TV at Rs 24,000 and sells it at Rs. X. Had he bought the TV at 10% more price, the loss incurred would have been equal to the previous profit. Find the SP of the TV.

a. Q1>Q2

b. Q1<Q2

c. Q1≥Q2

d. Q1≤Q2

e. Q1=Q2 or relation cannot be established

#### Q.4. Establish the relation.

Quantity 1: When two dice are tossed, then what is the probability of getting a sum divisible by exactly 3?

Quantity 2: Ramesh borrowed Rs 45000 from two moneylenders at the SI rate of 8% and 12% for 4 years and pays Rs 63240 at the end of 4 years, then what is the ratio of the amount borrowed at 8% to 12%?

a. Q1>Q2

b. Q1<Q2

c. Q1≥Q2

d. Q1≤Q2

e. Q1=Q2 or relation cannot be established

#### Q.5. Establish the relation.

Quantity 1: Perimeter of the square is twice the perimeter of a rectangle having length and breadth of 15 cm and 20 cm respectively. What is the circumference (in cm) of a semicircle having a radius equal to the side of the square?

Quantity 2: What is the length of a train A (in metres) that crosses a man and train B having a length of 280 metres and moving at a speed of 20m/sec in opposite direction in 8 seconds and 10.4 seconds respectively.

a. Q1>Q2

b. Q1<Q2

c. Q1≥Q2

d. Q1≤Q2

e. Q1=Q2 or relation cannot be established

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### IBPS Clerk Quiz 1 – IBPS Clerk English Quiz

In the question given below, a sentence is given, divided into four parts A, B, C and D. The error, if any, will be in two phrases/parts of the sentence. The combination of those parts is the answer. If no part in the sentence has an error, then mark ‘No error’ as your answer. Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.

Q. 1. Seismometers are instruments that measure the shaking produced (A)/ on quakes, recording the arrival time (B)/ and strength of various quake waves to getting (C)/ a location estimate, called an epicentre (D).

b. AB

c. BC

d. CD

e. No Error

Q. 2. The effects of stubble burning will be less as there is a highest (A)/ wind speed and higher mixing depth (B)/ of pollutants during summer, which will (C)/ led to pollutants getting dispersed easily (D).

a. CD

b. BC

c. AB

e. No Error

In the following question, a part of the question is highlighted. You need to identify which of the options can replace the highlighted part and make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct.

Q.3. In the past decade, our world has seen a rapidly increasing number of refugees – a mass exodus, if you will – from countries rife before some combination of conflict, environmental disasters, economic hardship and unstable leadership.

a. Countries rife within

b. Countries rife by

c. Countries rife with

d. Countries rife after

e. No correction required

Q.4. For countries that have accepted large number of refugees, it can be extremely difficult to provide them within a reasonable quality of life.

a. With a reasonable quality

b. By a proper quality

c. With a reason quality

d. Of a fitting qualities

e. No correction required

Q.5. Living as rich and meaningful a life if possible when you are struggling with a chronic illness requires a great deal of psychological flexibility

a. Life when possible when

b. Life as possible when

c. Life when possible as

d. Life by possible when

e. No correction required

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### IBPS Clerk Quiz 1- IBPS Clerk Reasoning Quiz

Q.1. Eight persons from different countries – Canada, Cuba, Japan, France, Angola, Bhutan, Denmark and Russia – are sitting in two parallel rows containing four people each in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons.

• In Row 1; A, B, C and D are seated and all of them are facing north.
• In Row 2; M, N, O and P  are seated and all of them are facing south.
• Each member seated in a row is facing another member of the opposite row.
• C sits second to the right of the person from Russia. O is an immediate neighbour of the person who faces the person from Russia.
• Only one person sits between O and the person from France. The immediate neighbour of the person from France faces the person from Japan.
• The person from Canada faces the person from Bhutan. O is not from Bhutan. M is not from France. M does not face the person from Russia.
• N faces the person from Angola. The one who faces P sits on the immediate left of A.
• B does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line. The person from Russia does not face the person from Cuba.
• D is not from Angola.

Q.2. There are nine persons namely R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z live on three different floors from one to three. Ground floor is number 1 and the top floor is number third. There are three flats on each floor – Flat 1, Flat 2 & flat 3 from west to east such that Flat 1 of the third floor is exactly above flat 1 of the second floor which is exactly above flat 1 of the first floor and other flats are placed in the same way.

R lives in an even-numbered flat. X lives just above U in flat number 3. R does not live on the same floor on which X lives. W lives just above Y. Y does not live on the same floor on which U lives. V lives below U. T lives left to Z. S & V live on different floors.

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