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Quantitative Aptitude: DI Questions For SBI Clerk & Upcoming Bank Exams

Directions (1 to 5): The graph below shows the end of the month market values of 4 shares for the period from January to June. Answer the following questions based on this graph.
Data Analysis and Interpretation Caselets
1: Which among the following share showed the greatest % increase in market value in any month during the entire period?
(a) D
(b) C
(c) A
(d) B
(e) A & D both
2: In which month was the greatest absolute change in market value for any share recorded?
(a) Jan
(b) March
(c) June
(d) April
(e) May
3:The greatest percentage increase in market value for any share recorded in which month?
(a) June
(b) May
(c) April
(d) Feb
(e) March
4: An individual wishes to sell 1 share of C and 1 share of D to buy 1 share of A at the end of a month. At which month end would the individual’s loss from this decision, due to share value changes, be the most?
(a) May
(b) March
(c) Feb
(d) April
(e) June
5: An individual decides to buy 1 share of A at the end of the month after selling 1 share of C and 1 share of D . What can be the individual’s greatest gain from this decision, due to share value changes?
(a) 10
(b) 15
(c) 5
(d) none
(e) 20
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Directions (6 to 10): Answer the questions on the basis of the following information.
  • Prakash has to decide whether or not to test a batch of 1000 widgets before sending them to the buyer. In case he decides to test, he has two options: (a) Use test I ; (b) Use test II.
  • Test I cost Rs. 2 per widget. However, the test is not perfect. It sends 20% of the bad ones to the buyer as goo d.
  • Test II costs Rs. 3 per widget. It brings out all the bad ones. A defective widget identified before sending can be corrected at a cost of Rs. 25 per widget. All defective widgets are identified at the buyer’s end and penalty of Rs. 50 per defective widget has to be paid by Prakash.
6: Prakash should not test if the number of bad widgets in the lot is:
(a) less than 100
(b) more than 200
(c) between 120 & 190
(d) less than 190
(e) Cannot be found out.
7: If there are 120 defective widgets in the lot, Prakash:
(a) should either use Test I or not test.
(b) should either use Test II or not test.
(c) should use Test I or Test II.
(d) should use Test I only.
(e) There should be no test
8: If the number of defective widgets in the lot is between 200 and 400, Prakash:
(a) may use Test I or Test II
(b) should use Test I only.
(c) should use Test II only
(d) cannot decide.
(e) May use both Test I and Test II
9: If Prakash is told that the lot has 160 defective widgets, he should:
(a) use Test I only
(b) use Test II only.
(c) do no testing.
(d) either use Test I or do not test.
(e) use Test I & Test II both.
10: If there are 200 defective widgets in the lot, Prakash:
(a) may use either Test I or Test II
(b) should use Test I or not use any test
(c) should use Test II or not use any test.
(d) cannot decide.
(e) None of these
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