Dear Aspirants,

Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude Section is very important to get the best score in Banking and other competitive exams. Now a day, the questions asked in this section are calculative and time-consuming. Once dealt with proper strategy, speed, and accuracy, this section will definitely award you the maximum marks in the examination. Here is another set of Questions to improve your speed and practice. Make most of it.

**Directions (Q. 1 – 6): Study the following graph carefully to answer the given questions. Strength of seven technology institutes with specialisation in IT, Electronics and Mechanical in 2012**

**1. If the no. of students with Mechanical specialisation in each institute increased by 20% and the no. of students with Electronics specialisation in each institute decreased by 15% from 2012 to 2013, the total no. of students with Mechanical from all the institutes in 2013 is approximately what per cent of the total no. of students with Electronics**

**specialisation from all the institutes in 2013?**

1) 122

2) 116

3) 162

4) 132

5) 178

**2. What is the ratio of the total no. of students in institute R to that in V?**

1) 39 : 43

2) 39 : 44

3) 37 : 44

4) 39 : 45

5) 38 : 43

**3. What is the difference between the total no. of students with IT specialisation from all the ****institutes together and the total no. of students with Mechanical specialisation from all ****the institutes together?**

1) 260

2) 240

3) 280

4) 220

5) 250

**4. If the no. of students in institutes P, Q and R with IT specialisation increased by 15%, 22% and 10% respectively from 2012 to 2013, what was the total no. of students with IT specialisation in the three institutes together in 2013?**

1) 1028

2) 1056

3) 1043

4) 1142

5) 1145

**5. If out of the total no. of students for all three specialisations together in Institute Q, the ****no. of students having liking for Music, Painting and Cricket are in the ratio of 5 : 6 : 7, ****then what is the no. of students having liking for Music from this institute?**

1) 250

2) 300

3) 350

4) 360

5) 280

**6. In institutes P, T and U the percentage of girls out of total no. of students with Electronics specialisation in the respective institutes is 50%, 55% and 48% respectively, what is the total no. boys in these three institutes with Electronics specialisation?**

1) 340

2) 386

3) 356

4) 360

5) 314

**Directions (Q. 7 – 11): Study the following graph carefully to answer the given questions.**

**Number of students playing Carrom, Cricket and Hockey from different schools**

**7. The total number of students playing Carrom and Hockey together from school P is what per cent of the total no. of students playing these two games together from school R?**

1) 16

68 3 2) 13

62 3 3) 13

69 3 4) 13

63 3 5) 16

62 3

**8. If the no. of students playing each game in school S is increased by 15% and the no. of students playing each game in school Q is decreased by 5%, what will be the difference between the no. of students in school S and Q?**

1) 54

2) 218

3) 356

4) 224

5) 205

**9. If out of the students playing Cricket from schools Q, S and T, 40%, 35% and 45% respectively got selected for State level competition, what is the total no. of students who got selected for State level competition from these three schools together?**

1) 346

2) 241

3) 292

4) 284

5) 268

**10. The total number of students playing Hockey from all schools together is approximately what per cent of the total number of students playing Cricket from all schools together?**

1) 84

2) 74

3) 72

4) 79

5) 70

**11. From school P, out of the students playing Carrom, 40% got selected for State level competition, out of which 25% further got selected for National level competition. From school T, out of the students playing Carrom, 45% got selected for State level competition, out of which two-thirds further got selected for National level competition. What is the total no. of students playing Carrom from these two schools who got selected for National level competition?**

1) 106

2) 98

3) 112

4) 108

5) 96

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