With the State Bank of India (SBI) releasing a whopping 8000 vacancies for the year 2020, it is now high time that one gets engrossed in their exam preparations. Many candidates aspire to join elite banks and serve but lack of preparations si what sets them apart from their dream. In this blog, we will help you solve important SBI Clerk Questions which have appeared over the last few years in **SBI clerk exam**. Numerical ability is one such section which could be high scoring given the aspirants are thorough with their concepts. These questions form a major part of the numerical ability section, thus allowing one to familiarise themselves with the types of questions to be expected in the sbi clerk 2020 exam. So, without any further ado, let’s start with the blog and hope that it helps you crack sbi clerk 2020.

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**SBI Clerk Important Questions – Numerical Ability Section**

To help you better understand the questions and types of questions asked in previous years’ sbi clerk exam. Here is the distribution of questions in 2019 sbi clerk prelims exam.

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**Numerical Ability**

- Simplification – 10 questions
- Wrong Number Series – 5 questions
- DI (Caselet, Venn Diagram), Tabular – 10 questions
- Miscellaneous (Profit Loss, Time and Work, Compound Interest) – 10 questions

Based on this distribution we will be providing you a mixture of questions with their answers, thus allowing to attempt and solve the questions.

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**Important SBI Clerk Questions – for Quant Section**

Here, we will give you sample questions that are highly expected to appear in the prelims exam of SBI Clerk 2020. More or less the pattern will remain the same, however value will vary.

**SBI clerk Practice questions for Simplifications**

**Q1) 13 2/3 % of 3300 + 25% of 184 = 40% of ?**

(a) 1242.5

(b) 1361.5

(c) 1124

(d) 1341

Correct Answer – **Option a **

**Q2) 8125 ÷ 13 ÷ 2 1/2 × 10 ^{2} = ?2**

(a) 12500

(b) 25000

(c) 50000

(d) None of these

Correct Answer – **Option b**

**Q3) (2 ^{–3} + 12.5% of 624) × 4^{4} = 5^{3} × ?**

(a) 3200

(b) 32

(c) 160

(d) 1600

Correct Answer – **Option c**

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**Q4) 6992 ÷ 19 – ?% of 652 = – 4196**

(a) 700

(b) 600

(c) 300

(d) 800

Correct Answer – **Option a **

**Q5) 20% of 2 ^{7} + 40% of 64 – ? = 0**

(a) 62.24

(b) 56.80

(c) 42.36

(d) 51.20

Correct Answer – **Option d**

**Q6) (4.5 × 4.5 × 4.5 × 4.5) ÷ 225 ÷ 25 + 3 ^{3} = ?**

(a) 27.729

(b) 277.29

(c) 27.0729

(d) 2772.90

Correct Answer – **Option c**

**Q7) 38.4% of 1450 + 78.2% of 240 – ? ^{2} = 20% of 77.4**

(a) 19

(b) 27

(c) none of these

(d) 81

Correct Answer – **Option b**

**Q8) (2.89) ^{4} ÷ (4913 ÷ 1000)^{3} × (0.17 × 10)^{3} = (1.7)^{?–3}**

(a) 2

(b) 6

(c) 5

(d) None of these

Correct Answer – **Option c**

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**Important SBI Clerk questions for Number Series**

**Q1) 11 31 59 175 347 ?**

Find Missing number in the series

(a) 1039

(b) 987

(c) 1123

(d) 913

Correct Answer** – Option a**

**Q2) 1 6 19 40 69 107**

Find the wrong number in the series?

(a) 6

(b) 40

(c) 107

(d) None of these

Correct Answer** – Option c**

**Q3) 2 3 14 125 ? 12337**

Find the missing term in the series?

(a) 846

(b) 1245

(c) 1821

(d) 1226

Correct Answer** – Option d**

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**Q4) 7, 33, 137, 553, 2217, 8871**

Find the wrong term in the series?

(a) 8871

(b) 137

(c) 553

(d) 7

Correct Answer** – Option a**

**Q5) 51, 54, 59, 67, 75, 86**

Find the wrong term in the series?

(a) 51

(b) 86

(c) 54

(d) 67

Correct Answer** – Option d**

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**Important SBI Clerk questions for Caselets**

**NOTE:**Total runs scored in a year= Australia + England + Others

**2015:**The total runs scored in 2015 were 1200. The runs scored against England were 1/3rd of the runs against Others in 2016. The average runs scored against Australia and England was 300.

**2016:**The total runs scored against Australia and Others was 1200. The ratio of the total runs scored against Others in 2015 to that of the total runs scored against Others in 2016 is 4:3. The total runs scored against England in 2016 were equal to the total runs scored against England in 2017.

**2017:**The sum of the total runs scored against Australia and England is equal to the total runs scored against Others. The total runs scored in 2017 were 1400. The total runs scored against Australia were twice of the runs scored against England in 2015.

**Q1) What were the total runs scored in 2016?**

(b) 1500

(c) 1400

(d) 1600

**O**

**ption d**

**Q2) What is the sum of the runs scored against England in all three years?**

(b) 800

(c) 850

(d) 1100

**O**

**ption a**

**Q3) What is the ratio of the total runs scored against Australia in 2015 to that of the total runs scored against England in 2017?**

(b)11:7

(c) 9:7

(d) 9:8

**O**

**ption d**

**Q4) What is the difference between the total runs scored against Others in 2015 to the total runs scored against Others in 2016?**

(b) 100

(c) 150

(d) 300

**O**

**ption c**

**Q5) The total runs scored against Australia in 2016 is what percentage of the total runs scored against Australia in 2017?**

(b) 100%

(c) 125%

(d) 250%

**O**

**ption d**

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