Bank Job Exclusive Math Suggestion-3 by Dibbendu Dwip

A total of Tk. 450 is divided into equal shares. If Kate receives four shares, Kevin receives three shares, and Anna receives the remaining two shares, how much money did Kevin receive?

a. Tk. 100         b. Tk. 150           c. Tk. 200           d. Tk. 250           e. Tk. 300

A family had dinner in a restaurant and paid $30 for food. They also had to pay 9.5% sale tax and 10% for the tip. How much did they pay for the dinner?

a. $35.85             b. $33.60            c. $35.45            d. $36.55            e. $36.35

x sells a product to y and makes a profit of 25%. Y sells it to z at a loss of 20%. If z buys it for Tk. 140, what price did x pay for it?

a. 210               b. 175                 c. 140                 d. 126                 e. 200

of 30% of 0.60 = ?

a. 0.12          b. 0.18                c. 3.6                  d. 0.36                e. 0.036

There will be a loss of 10%, if a chair is sold for Taka 540. At what price should the chair be sold to make a profit of 20%?

a. 576               b. 660                 c. 660                 d. 720                 e. 900

The cost function of a product is 400 + 2x, where x is the number of units produced. How many units should be produced to make an average cost of Taka 2.5 per unit?

a. 200              b. 800                 c. 400                 d. 720                 e. 900

Organisers of a trade fair projected an increase of 20% in the number of visitors over the previous year, but the number of visitors actually increased by 50%. By what percentage was the actual number of visitors greater than the projected number of visitors?

a. 20%            b. 25%                c. 30%                d. 50%                e. 125%

Salim gets grades of 79, 83, 86 and 89 on four math tests. What grade must he get on his fifth test to average 85?

a. 86                  b. 3                     c. 87                   d. 87                 e. 88

Masum can do a job in 2 hours. Hashen can do the same job in 3 hours. If they work together, how many hours will it take to do the job?

a. 1               b. 6                     c. 3                     d. 1                   e. 1

A man deposits Tk. 600 in Bank at 10% interest rate compounded annually. At the end of the second year, what will be the total amount including interest?

a. 660                b. 720                 c. 726                 d. 626                 e. 670

An empty bucket being filled with paint at a constant rate takes 6 minutes to be filled to 7/10 of its capacity. How much more time will it take to fill the bucket to full capacity?

a. 2 minutes                   b. 3 minutes                      c. 2 and 4/7 minutes

d. 2 hour and 4/7 minutes         d. 8 and 4/7 minutes

35% of Buri’s income is equal to 25% of Nuru’s income. The ratio of their income is :

a. 7 : 3              b. 4 : 3                c. 4 : 7                d. 5 : 7                e. 3 : 4

In class the ratio of boys and girls was 7 to 3. If there were 210 girls in the class, what was the number of boys in the class?

a. 63           b. 90                   c. 147                 d. 280                 e. 490

In a class of 50 students, 18 take music, 26 take art, and 2 take both art and music. How many students in the class are not enrolled in either music or art?

a. 6                  b. 8                     c. 16                   d. 24                   e. 36

Mary says, “the number I am thinking of is divisible by 2 or it is divisible by 3.” This statement is false if the number Mary is thinking of is :

a. 2                  b. 6                     c. 8                     d. 11                   e. 15

The value of – 4 – (– 10) is how much greater than the value of -10 – (– 4)?

a. 0                     b. 6                     c. 14                   d. 12                   e. 24

If A3 is odd, which of the following is true?

a. A is odd only                            b. A2 is odd only                  c. A2 is even

c. Both a and b are true                e. Both a and c are true

How much interest will Tk. 1000 earn in one year at an annual interest rate of 20% if interest rate is compounded every 6 months?

a. 200              b. 205                 c. 110                 d. 208                 e. 210

25/? = ?/81. What is the missing number?

a. 25                 b. 45                   c. 53                   d. 49                   e. 65

Average mark in Math in a class of 40 students is 45. Average mark of all the 30 boys is 50. Then the average mark obtained by the girls is :

a. 30                 b. 35                   c. 25                   d. 40                   e. 33

729 ml of a mixture contains milk and water in ratio 7 : 2. How much of the water is to be added to get a new mixture containing half milk and half water?

a. 405 ml               b. 81 ml              c. 72 ml              d. 91 ml              e. 95 ml

The sum of 3 consecutive odd numbers is 57. The middle one is

a. 19                    b. 21                   c. 23                   d. 17                   e. 15

Mr. A is 5 years senior to Mr. B, Mr. B is 3 years senior to Mr. C, Mr. C is 2 years junior to Mr. D in job experience. If Mr. D has 15 years job experience then how many years of experience possessing Mr. A?

a. 18                b. 19                   c. 20                   d. 21                   e. 22

The sum of principal and simple interest of a certain amount of money would be Tk. 460 after three years from now and Tk. 500 after 5 years from now. What is the related interest rate?

a.18%                  b. 15%                c. 26%                d. 5%                  e. 20%

Mr. A has won an election by a vote of 250 to 150. What part of the total vote was against him?

a. 2/5                  b. 3/5                     c. 4/7                     d. 7/15                   e. 3/8

If P/Q < 1, and P and Q are positive integers, which of the following must be greater than 1?

a. P/Q               b. Q/P2                c. P/2Q               d. P/Q2                e. Q/P

In a city 90% of the population own a car, 15% own a motorcycle, and everybody owns one or the other or both. What is the percentage of motorcycle owners who own cars?

a. 5%                 b. 15%                c. 33%              d. 50%                e. 90%

There are 8 more men than women on board of directors of a company. If there are 20 members on the board, how many are men?

a. 6             b. 8                     c. 12                   d. 14                   e. 16

Of the 3,600 employees of ABC Ltd. are clerical. If clerical staff were to be reduced by , what percent of the total number of the remaining employees would then be clerical?

a. 22.5%             b. 20.5%             c. 25.2%             d. 25%                e. 25%

When heated an iron bar expands 0.2%. If the increased length is 1 cm, what is the original length of the bar?

a. 500 cm               b. 5 cm               c. 0.97 cm          d. 1.97 cm          e. 0.95 cm

A pump removes water at a rate of 6 gallons per minute. How many hours will take to remove 1800 gallons?

a. 4 hours               b. 5 hours           c. 3 hours           d. 6 hours           e. 5 hours

♣  (√25+√25)2 = ?

a. 50            b. 20                   c. 100                 d. 125                 e. 130

Machine A produces bolts at a uniform rate of 120 every 40 seconds and Machine B produce bolts at a uniform rate of 100 every 20 seconds. If the two machines run simultaneously, how many seconds will it take for them to produce a total of 200 bolts.

a. 22               b. 25                   c. 28                   d. 32                   e. 56

Of a pole in a pond, 0.20 portions are in mud, 0.50 of it in water and the rest 6 feet is above water. What is the length of the pole?

a. 40 feet           b. 35 feet            c. 30 feet            d. 25 feet            e. 20 feet

53% of Rifat’s income is equal to 25% of Reaz’s income. The ratio of their income is¾

a. 7 : 5            b. 4 : 3                c. 4 : 7                d. 5 : 7                e. 3 : 4

Shanto was asked to find the value of 7/12 of a sum of money. Instead of multiplying the same by 7/12, he divided it by 7/12 and his answer exceeded the correct answer by 95. The correct answer is¾

a. 48               b. 89                   c. 84                   d. 69                   e. 49

75% of 0.08 = ?

a. 0.04                  b. 0.50                c. 0.06                d. 0.60                e. 6.0

The cost of renting a small bus for a trip was Taka X which was to be shared equally by 16 persons. Actually 10 persons availed the trip. How much more Taka will be the cost per person?

a. X/6               b. X/10               c. 3X/40             d. X/16               e. 3X/80

If p is an even integer and q is an odd integer, which of the following must be an odd integer?

a. p/q                    b. 2p + q             c. pq                   d. 2(p + q)          e. 3p/q

If a light flashes every 6 seconds, how many times will it flash in 3/4 of an hour?

a. 450 times         b. 449 times        c. 451 times        d. 550 times        e. 448 times

If 6 and X have the same mean as 2, 4 and 24, what is the value of X?

a. 5            b. 10                   c. 14                   d. 36                   e. 29

Divide 60 by half and deduct twenty. What do you get?

a.120          b. 100                 c. 60                   d. 30                   e. 10

The hour hand of an analog clock moves 1/60th of a degree every minute. Then how many degrees will the hour hand move in one hour?

degree L. 2 degree         M. 3 degree         N. 4 degree         O. 5 degree

Susan can type 10 pages in 5 minutes. Mary can type 5 pages in 10 minutes. Working together, how many pages can they type in 30 minutes?

a. 15                b. 20                   c. 25                   d. 65                   e. 75

In a class composed of x girls and y boys what part of the class is composed of girls?

a. y/(x + y)                     b. x/xy                c. x/(x + y)         d. y/xy                e. None of these

There are 200 questions on a 3-hour examination. Among these questions 50 are mathematics problems. It is suggested that twice as much time be spent on each math problem as for each other question. How many minutes should be spent on mathematics problems?

a. 36                  b. 72                   c. 60                   d. 100                 e. None of these

In a group of 15, 7 have studied Latin, 8 have studied Greek, and 3 have not studied either. How many of these studied both Latin and Greek?

a. 0                     b. 3                     c. 4                     d. 5                     e. None of these

Your doctor gives you 3 pills to take one for every half hour. How long does it require to take all the pills?

a. Half Hours                            b. One Hour                                  c. One and Half Hours

b. Two Hours                            c. None of these

Which of the following fractions has the smallest value?

a. 8/7              b. 10/9                  c. 21/20                   d. 41/40.                   e. 1013/1012

M men agree to purchase a gift for Taka D. If three men drop out how much more will each have to contribute towards the purchase of the gift?

a. D/M-3        b. MD/3                c. M/D-3           d. 3D/m2-3m      E. None of these

If the sum of the 3 consecutive integers is 240, then the sum of the two larger integers is:

a. 79               b. 159                 c. 169                 d. 161                 e. None of these

1/2×3/4×8/4÷8/2×1/2 =

a. 3/32            b. 3/8                     c. 2/3                     d. 1                     e. 3/2

Tom, Dick and Harry went for lunch to a restaurant. Tom had $100 with him, Dick had $60 and Harry had $40. They got a bill for $104 and decided to give a tip of $16. They further decided to share the total expenses in the ratio of the amounts of money each carried. The amount of money which Tom paid more than what Harry paid is

a. 20                  b. 200                 c. 60                   d. 24                   e. 36

After 3 semesters in college, Jim has a 3.0 GPA. What GPA must Jim attain in his fourth semester if he wishes to raise his GPA to a 3.1?

a. 2.7           b. 3.1                  c. 3.3                  d. 3.4                  e. 3.5

If 3/p = 6 and 3/q = 15 then p – q = ?

a. 1/3          b. 2/5                     c. 3/10                   d. 5/6                     e. None of these

The average of 5 quantities is 6. The average of 3 of them is 8. What is the average of the remaining two numbers?

a. 6.5           b. 4                     c. 3                     d. 3.5                  e. None of these

A father is three times as old as his son. After fifteen years the father will be twice as old as his son’s age at that time. Hence the father’s present age is

a. 36              b. 42                   c. 45                   d. 48                   e. None of these

A zookeeper counted the heads of the animals in a zoo and found it to be 80. When he counted the legs of the animals he found it to be 260. If the zoo had either pigeons or horses, how many horses were there in the zoo?

a. 40             b. 30                   c. 50                   d. 60                   e. None of these

When a student weighing 45 kgs left a class, the average weight of the remaining 59 students increased by 200g. What is the average weight of the remaining 59 students?

a. 57 kgs          b. 56.8 kgs          c. 58.2 kgs          d. 2.2 kgs            e. None of these

The average temperature on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday was 25°C. The average temperature on Thursday, Friday and Saturday was 24°C. If the temperature on Saturday was 27°C, what was the temperature on Wednesday?

a. 24°C          b. 21°C               c. 27°C               d. 30°C               e. None of these

If 18 is 15 percent of 30 percent of a certain number, what is the number?

a. 9               b. 36                   c. 40                   d. 81                   e. 400

Average cost of 5 apples and 4 mangoes is 36 taka. The average cost of 7 apples and 8 mangoes is 48 taka. Find the total cost of 24 apples and 24 mangoes.

a.1044              b. 2088               c. 720                 d. 324                 e. None of these

If n and p are both odd numbers, which of the following must be an even number?

a. np + 2         b. n + p               c. n + p + 1         c. np                   d. None of them

The present ages of A and B are in the ratio 6 : 4. Five years ago their ages were in the ratio 5 : 3. Find their present ages.

a. 42, 28            b. 36, 24             c. 30, 20             d. 25, 15             e. None of these

3.003/2.002 = ?

a. 05            b. 1.50015          c. 1.501              d. 1.5015            e. 1.5

When an object is sold for Tk. 250, the seller makes 25% profit. What is the cost price of the object?

a. Tk. 200          b. Tk. 180           c. Tk. 220           d. Tk. 160           e. none of the above

The selling price of 8 apples is equal to the purchase price of 10 apples? What is the profit margin?

a. 20%             b. 15%                c. 10%                d. 12%                e. 25%

What annual rate of interest was paid if Tk. 60,000 earned Tk. 6000 in interest in 5 years?

a. 3%              b. 5%                  c. 6%                  d. 2%                  e. 4%

10 percent of 4800 is how much more than 8% of 4800?

a. 84             b. 80                   c. 96                   d. 98                   e. 90

The ratio of   to is 1/5 to 2/7 …

a. 3 : 5         b. 5 : 7                c. 7 : 9                d. 7 : 10              e. 3 : 7

What is 1 percent of 0.025?

a. 0.025                b. 0.0025            c. 0.00025          d. 0.000025        e. 0.00000025

Sum of P and Q is 72 and the value of R is 42. What is the average of P, Q and R?

a. 32                b. 34                   c. 36                   d. 38                   e. 30

If x = 12, which of the following has the maximum value?

a. (x – 3)              b. (x – 7) (x – 9)      c. (x – 5) (x – 3)         d. (x – 8) (x – 7)            e. (x – 2)

15% of 250 = ?

a. 25            b. 37.5                c. 45                   d. 60                   e. 80

When number 6 is added to of a number, the result is 28. What is that number?

a. 44              b. 66                   c. 42                   d. 84                   e. 88

Number 29 is 10 percent of what number? 

a. 87             b. 270                 c. 269                 d. 249                 e. 290

A car travels 15 meters in one second. What is the speed of the car per hour in kilometer?

a. 54           b. 48                   c. 42                   d. 36                   e. 40

Let x : y = 3 : 4 and x : z = 6 : 5, then z : y = is?

a. 5 : 3              b. 6 : 7                c. 4 : 2                d. 5 : 4                e. 5 : 8

Ali buys 1440 dozen pens @ Taka 2.50 a dozen and sells them @ Taka 0.25 a piece. Find his total profit?

a. Tk. 60.00       b. Tk. 72.00        c. Tk. 720.00      d. Tk. 874.00      e. Tk. 8740

Which of the following fractions has the smallest value?

a. 34.7/163          b. 125/501                 c. 173/700                 d. 10.9/42.7                e. 907/3715

For a certain student, the average of five test scores is 83. If four of the scores are 81, 79, 85 and 90. What is the score of the fifth test?

a. 83           b. 82                   c. 81                   d. 80                   e. 79

If Marie has twice as much money as Curie has, who has three times as much money as Sunny has, what is the ratio of the amount of money Sunny has to the amount of money Marie has?

a. 1 : 8           b. 1 : 6                c. 1 : 4                d. 1 : 2                e. 2 : 1

A train went 300 miles from city X to city Y at an speed of 80 miles per hours (mph). At what speed did the train travel on the way back if its average speed for the whole (both ways) trip was 100 mph?

a. 120 mph          b. 125 mph         c. 133.33 mph    d. 137 mph         e. 150 mph

What is the minimum number of apples that must be added to the existing stock of 264 apples so that the total stock can be equally distributed among 6, 7 or 8 persons?

a. 70                    b. 72                   c. 66                   d. 74                   e. 80

If of the air in a tank is removed with each stroke of a vacuum pump, what fraction of the original amount of air has been removed after four strokes?

a. 15/16          b. 7/8                  c. 1/4                  d. 1/8                  e. 1/16

K produces 100 parts twice as fast as G does. G produces 100 parts in 40 minutes. If each produces parts at a constant rate, how many parts will K produces in 6 minutes.

a. 30            b. 25                   c. 20                   d. 15                   e. 7.5

If 18 is 15 percent of 30 percent of a certain number, what is the number?

a. 9            b. 36                   c. 40                   d. 81                   e. 400

Last year the sales of Store X in December was 4 times the average of the monthly sales totals for January through November. The sales total for December was what fraction of the sales total for the year?

a.1/4             b. 4/15                c. 1/3                  d. 4/11                e. 4/5

According to a survey of business firms in a certain city, 750 firms offer their employees health insurance, 640 offer dental insurance, and 280 offer health insurance and dental insurance. How many firms offer their employees health insurance or dental insurance?

a. 920             b. 1,100              c. 1,110              d. 1,030              e. 1,490

Mr. X can finish a work in 6 days and Mr. Y can finish the same work in 8 days. How long will it take to finish the work together?

a. 7 days         b. 6 days             c. 8 days             d. 3 days          e. 3 days

What is the width of a rectangular field, whose length is 70 feet more than its width and the perimeter is 500 feet?

a. 60 feet         b. 70 feet            c. 80 feet            d. 90 feet            e. 100 feet

A father is 32 years older than the son. In 7 years the father’s age will be 5 years more than twice that of the son. The age of the father, 3 years from now, will be-

a. 45 years         b. 55 years          c. 65 years          d. 75 years          e. 85 years

In a new production process, the number of units produced during the first week was 450. If the efficiency gradually increases so that 10 additional units can be produced each week, how many will be produced in the 10th week? 

a. 490           b. 700                 c. 540                 d. 640                 e. 702

Due to reduction in the bus fare by 15% the number of passengers on a certain route increased by 40%. What will be the percentage of increase in revenue?

a. 17             b. 19                   c. 20                   d. 25                   e. 21

The average of 3 numbers is 24. If 2 of the number are 21 and 23, what is the 3rd number?

a. 20           b. 24                   c. 26                   d. 28                   e. 30

If 2% of X is 0.03 then X equals to-

a. 150         b. 66.67              c. 15                   d. 6.67                e. 1.5

If p number of pencils cost c cents, how many pencils can be bought for d dollars?

a. cdp          b. 100cd/p             c. dp/100c               d. 100cp/c             e. 100dp/c

The sum of three consecutive number is 123, The product of two smaller number is:

a. û               b. A                    c. m                    d. n                     e. k

If the product of three consecutive integers is 210, the sum of integers is

a.12           b. 14                   c. 15                   d. 18                   e. 20

0.03 times 0.05 is:

a. 1.5%               b. 0.15%             c. 0.015%           d. 0.0015%           e. 15%

How much interest will Tk. 2,000 earn at an annual rate of 10% in one year if the interest is compounded every 6 months?

a. 200           b. 210                 c. 220               d. 250            e. None of these


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