# 500 Quantitative Aptitude Questions With Answers PDF Download Free

Candidates can get PDFs for important questions and frequently asked questions in Quantitative Aptitude in various competitive exams. Such as SBI, IBPS, RBI, etc. To ease your preparation, we have provided FREE 500 Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers PDF.

## Quantitative Aptitude Questions and Answers PDF Download

The Quant Section in the exam examines the candidate’s ability to solve various mathematical problems. Also, the authorities check the accuracy and calculations for each problem solved by the students.

- The quant paper can be inclusive of numeric problems, arithmetic reasoning, table reading, graph, analysis of percentage, categorization and quant analysis
- Mostly candidates are scared of this section in the paper due to its trickiness. But it is also equally an important part of the paper as for other subjects

Most of the reasons that candidates fear this subject are mentioned as follows:

- The section is time-consuming
- Various evaluations are involved
- Candidates have to apply different types of formulas

To help the candidates, we have uploaded some very important Quantitative Aptitude Questions in this post. Especially, such questions which are asked frequently in papers like RBI, IBPS, SBI, etc.

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### Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus

The Quant Syllabus is mostly inclusive of different sets of topics. While candidates attempt the Maths Section, they should try to cover questions which are of high weightage, first.

This way, one can grab the necessary marks need to clear the section. The following table has the Quant Topics:

Number Systems |
Time and Work |
Logarithm |
Function |

HCF and LCM | Data Interpretation | Progressions (Sequences & Series) | Set Theory |

Percentages | Averages | Binomial Theorem | Mixtures and Allegations |

Profit & Loss | Ratio and Proportion | Surds and Indices | Geometry |

Discount | Linear Equations | Inequalities | Coordinate Geometry |

Simple and Compound Interest | Quadratic Equations | Permutation and Combination | Trigonometry |

Speed, Time and Distance | Complex Numbers | Probability | Mensuration |

### Important Quantitative Aptitude Questions

Q) The product of three consecutive even numbers is 4032. The product of the first and the third number Is 252. What is five times the second number?

1) 80

2) 100

3) 60

4) 70

5) 90

Q) If I walk at 4 km/h, I miss the bus by 10 min. If I walk at 5 km/h, I reach 5 min before the arrival of the bus. How far I walk to reach the bus stand?

1) 5 km

2) 5.5 km

3) 6 km

4) 7.5 km

5) None of these

Q) Sum of two numbers Is equal to the sum of the square of 11 and a cube of 9. Larger number Is (5)2 less than a square of 25. What Is the value of the sum of twice of 24 percent of the smaller number and half of the larger number?

1) 415

2) 400

3) 410

4) 425

5) None of these

Q) The sum of five consecutive number is 270. What is the sum of the second and the fifth number?

1) 108

2) 107

3) 110

4) Cannot be determined

5) None of these

Q) If A’s salary is Rs. 10,000 less than B’s salary, B’s salary Is 15,000 less than C’s salary and the sum of A. B and C’s salary is Rs. 65,000, find the salary of A.

1) Rs. 10000

2) Rs. 12000

3) Rs. 15000

4) Rs. 25000

5) None of these

Q) 1767 =?× 57

1) 27

2) 31

3) 39

4) 37

5) None of these

Q) 40% of 265 + 35% of 180 = 50%of?

1) 338

2) 84.5

3) 253.5

4) 169

5) None of these

Q) The ratio of the number of students studying in school A, B and C is 5 : 8 : 4 respectively. If the number of students studying In each of the school is increased by 20%, 25% and 30% respectively, what will be the new respective ratio of the students In school A, B and C?

1) 13: 25 : 15

2) 20 : 25: 13

3) 15: 25: 13

4) Cannot be determined

5) None of these

Q) Manish bought 25 kg of rice at Rs.32 per kg and 15kg of rice at Rs.36 per kg. What profit did he get when he mixed the two varieties together and sold it at Rs.40.20 per kg?

1) 25%

2) 40%

3) 30%

4) 20%

5) None of these

Q) Tanvi started a business investing Rs.45,000. After 8 months Anisha joined her with a capital of Rs.52.000. At the end of the year, the total profit was Rs.56,165. What is ‘the share of profits of Anisha?

1) Rs.21,450

2) Rs.24,440

3) Rs.27635

4) Rs.31,765

5) None of these

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### Quantitative Aptitude Preparation Books

Books from which one is preparing play a great role when it comes to cracking an entrance exam. The books mentioned below will help candidates to understand quant concepts in detail. Also, students can practice questions with the correct answers given.

Check the following for some of the best Quant Books:

**Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by R.S. Aggarwal**- Advance maths for General Competitions by Rakesh Yadav
**Fast Track Objective Arithmetic by Rajesh Verma**- Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations by Abhijit Guha

### Quantitative Aptitude Preparation Tips

If you want to crack the exam, follow the tips given below:

- Practice Mock tests every day. This will enhance an understanding of syllabus, exam pattern and type of questions appear in the paper
- Do not cram answers or formulas. Always try to understand the questions. Then, attempt it
- Try to attempt those questions first which you find easy
- Do not panic. It will not help
- Revise tables, squares, shortcut methods to reduce time in lengthy calculations
- Avoid guesswork. You have to be sure about the solution.

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reasoning … m also waiting for

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can we have the answer in detail….lots of confusions coming

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