Bank PO

Mr. Vijay distributed a total 225 chocolates among his song, A,B,C and D. The number of chocolates he gave to A and D together is twice the number of chocolates he gave to B and C together. If B received 15 more, chocolates tan C, find the number of chocolates C received.

(a) 45

(b) 15

(c) 30

(d) 25

Ajay bought a total of 12 oranges and 18 bananas for Rs.84. When the cost of each orange doubles, he could by 6 oranges and 16 bananas of Rs.80. Find the cost of each banana.

(a) Rs.3 .

(b) Rs.2 .

(c) Rs.4 .

(d) Rs.5.

The cost of one pen and two books together is Rs.70. The cost of three pens and nine books together is Rs.300. Find the difference between the cost of a book and a pen.

(a) Rs.30 .

(b) Rs.20 .

(c) Rs.10 .

(d) Note of these

Nine times the ten’s digit of a two-digit number when added to eight times the unit’s digits equal to the two-digit number. Find the number.

(a) 71

(b) 92

(c) 83

(d) 91

The cost of three pens, four erasers and ten sharpeners is 75. The cost of six pens. Seven erasers and twenty sharpeners is 146. Find the cost of each eraser.

(a) Rs.3 .

(b) Rs.4 .

(c) Rs.5 .

(d) Rs.6.

Three consecutive odd integers are in increasing order such that the sum of the last two integers is 13 more than the first integer. Find the three integers.

(a) 9,11,13

(b) 11,13,15

(c) 13,15,17

(d) 7,9 ,11

The cost of 3 pens, 4 erasers and 5 sharpeners is Rs.40. The cost of 5 perns, 7 erasers and 9 sharpeners is Rs.70. Find the total cost of none of each.

(a) Rs.8 .

(b) Rs.14 .

(c) Rs.10 .

(d) Rs.12.

Vijay and Ram have some chocolates with each of them, if Vijay gives 5 chocolates to Ram, both will have equal number of chocolates. If Ram gives the same number of chocolates to Vijay, Vijay would have twice as many chocolates as Ram. Find the number of chocolates Ram has.

(a) 25

(b) 30

(c) 35

(d) 20

The sum of the present ages of P and Q equals to the present age of R.K years from now. R’s age will be 20 years less than sum of ages of P and Q. Find the value of K.

(a) 35

(b) 30

(c) 25

(d) 20

A Two-digit number is four times the sum of the digits. How many numbers satisfy the condition?.

(a) 5

(b) 7

(c) 6

(d) 4

1.C. |
2. B. |
3.B. |
4.A. |
5.B. |

6.D. |
7.C. |
8.A. |
9.D. |
10.D. |