Bank PO Questions


Q:

Whale : Mammal :: Rat : ?

A) Rodent B) Mammal
C) Amphibian D) Reptile
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Rodent

Explanation:

Whale belongs to Mammal category whereas Rat belongs to Rodent.

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Q:

How many days are there in k weeks k days ?

A) 8+k days B) 7+1k days
C) 8k days D) 7/k days
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) 8k days

Explanation:

As we know that a week has 7 days,

k weeks k days = (7k + k) days = 8k days.

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 Which of the following means O is a father of two children ?

A) O @ M # N B) O # N # M
C) O @ N # M D) N # O $ M
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) O @ N # M

Explanation:

 O @ N # M means O is the father of N who is the sister of M i.e. O is a father of two children.

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In certain code, TOGETHER is written as TCJRGEQR. In the same code JOINING will be written as?

A) EPGPGQH B) QHPGPGE
C) HQGPGPE D) EGPGPHQ
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) EPGPGQH

Explanation:

The letters at odd positions are each moved two steps backward and those at even positions are each moved two steps forward and the obtained code is reversed to get the corresponding letters of the code.

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K and L start the business, with L investing the total capital of Rs. 40,000 on the condition that K pays L interest @ 8% per annum on his half of the capital. L is a working partner and receives Rs.1200 per month from the total profit and any profit reamaining is equally shared by both of them. At the end of the year, it was found that the income of L is twice that of K. Find the total profit for the year ?

A) Rs.44000 B) Rs.46400
C) Rs.480800 D) Rs.46000
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Rs.46400

Explanation:

Interest received by L from K = 8% of half of Rs.40,000 

  = Rs.1600

Amount received by L per annum for being a working partner = 120012 = Rs.14,400

Let 'A' be the part of remaing profit that 'L' receives as his share.

 Total income of 'K' = only his share from the reamaing profit

                              = 'A', as both share equally.

Given income of L = Twice the income of K

 (1600 + 14400 + A ) = 2A

 A= Rs.16000
Thus total profit = 2A + Rs.14,400= 2(16000) + 14400

                                                  = 32000 +14400 = Rs.46,400.

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