# 100+ Quant Practice Questions For SBI Exams | Free PDF

Quant Practice Questions For SBI : SBI has announced the SBI Clerk recruitment notification in September 2022. SBI PO notification is also expected to be released soon. There are mainly three sections in the SBI prelims exam i.e. Reasoning, english and Quantitative Aptitude. Many aspirants find quant to be the most difficult section to handle. So to help you ease your fear of quantitative aptitude, we bring to you this free pdf of 100+ quant questions. So, without any delay let’s know more about it.

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Question 1. Find the next term in the series.

13, 15, 20, 31, 48, ?

1) 75

2) 65

3) 58

4) 64

5) 71

Correct Option: 5

Directions (Q2 to 6) : Following is the data regarding the number of children in three villages that go to private school, government school and semi-government school. Assume every child in each village goes to any one kind of school.

In village A, the ratio of the number of children who go to private school to those who go to Government school is 5:9 and 30% of children go to semi-government school. In village B, the number of children that go to semi-government school is 25% more than the number of children that go to private school. In village B, the number of children who go to government school is 220 which is 55% of the number of children. The number of children in village A is 100 more than in village B. There are 1000 children in total in 3 villages. No children in village C go to a semi-government school. In village C, the ratio of the number of

children that go to private school to that who go to government school is 9:11

Question 2. In Villages B and C combined, what percent of children go to private school?

1) 20%

2) 30%

3) 25%

4) 35%

5) 45%

Correct Option: 3

Question 3. What is the ratio of the difference between the number of children who go to government school in villages A and B to the difference between the number of children who go to a semi-government school in the same 2 villages?

1) 1:11

2) 1:12

3) 1:10

4) 1:8

5) 1:9

Correct Option: 3

Question 4. The sum of the number of children in villages B and C who go to private and government schools are what percent of the total number of children in 3 villages?

1) 32%

2) 40%

3) 55%

4) 35%

5) 25%

Correct Option: 2

Question 5. The sum of the number of children in village B who go to private and government school is what percent greater than the sum of the number of children who go to semi government school in villages A and B?

1) 20%

2) 25%

3) 45%

4) 30%

5) 35%

Correct Option: 1

Question 6. The difference between the total number of children in villages B and C is what percent of the total number of children in village A?

1) 45%

2) 55%

3) 50%

4) 65%

5) 60%

Correct Option: 5

Question 7. Find the missing term in the series.

224, 112, ?, 168, 336, 840

1) 122

2) 150

3) 112

4) 126

5) 130

Correct Option: 3

Question 8.  Find the next term in the series.

16, 20, -7, 9, -116, ?

1) -110

2) -130

3) -100

4) -80

5) -70

Correct Option: 4

Question 9. In the following questions two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and choose the correct option.

I. x2 -29x +208 = 0

II. y2-22y +85 = 0

1) x < y

2) x > y

3) x ≤ y

4) x ≥ y

5) x = y or relationship cannot be established

Correct Option: 5

Question 10. In the following questions two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and choose the correct option.

I. x2 +18x +80 = 0

II. 10y2 +29y -72 = 0

1) x < y

2) x > y

3) x ≤ y

4) x ≥ y

5) x = y or relationship cannot be established

Correct Option: 1

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