In this post, we are sharing some Maths language questions for the upcoming SBI Clerical examination 2018, so that the candidate can try these, build some confidence, know where are the areas to be covered, etc. Lakhs of candidates are applying for the job this time. Being that, SBI would be giving a tough question paper from each section.

The candidate has to bear in mind that you are not attending a typical bank exam and thus prepare with caution. Don’t expect too easy questions for the exam. If it appears to be easy, you have to double check the question to make sure that you have understood the question clearly and is answering the right choice.

## SBI Clerk 2018 Quantitative Aptitude Examination Questions

Here are a handful questions to challenge your knowledge and exercise your brain for your Quantitative section preparation.

(1)325 is obtained when a certain number is added to the seven-ninth of 35 percent of 900. Which is that number?

(a)90

(b)120

(c)60

(d)180

(e)none of the above

(2)If the ratio between the three angles of a quadrilateral is 1:4:5 and the fourth angle of it are 60 degrees. Find the difference between largest and smallest angles of that quadrilateral.

(a)90

(b)110

(c)120

(d)100

(e)None of these

(3)Find the least number that has to be subtracted from 1740, so that the number becomes completely divisible by 88

(a)58

(b)156

(c)68

(d)146

(e)None of the above

Try some GK questions for Clerk exams 2018 here.

Read the following paragraph and answer the questions that follow:

*800 students of a school visited five different cities- Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Kochi, Chennai. The number of students who attended Mumbai is 192. *Fifty-four percent* of the total students are boys. *One-fourth* of the *total* number of boys visited Pune. The number of boys who visited Kochi is 101. Two-thirds of remaining boys visited Chennai. *Twenty-five* of the total number of girls visited Chennai. One-fourth of the total number of girls visited Mumbai. The number of girls who visited Hyderabad is half the number of girls who have visited Chennai.*

Five-sixths* of the *remaining* girls visited Kochi.*

(4)Find out the ratio of the number of girls who have visited Chennai to the number of boys who have visited Mumbai.

(a)23:50

(b)23:24

(c)23:25

(d)50:23

(e)None of the above

(5)Find the average number of boys who have visited Chennai, Hyderabad, and Pune together?

(a)77

(b)86

(c)76

(d)82

(e)None of the above

(6)Find the total number of students who have visited Pune?

(a)111

(b)143

(c)153

(d)121

(e)None of the above

(7)The total number of students who have visited Hyderabad is approximate what percentage of girls who attended Kochi?

(a)76

(b)81

(c)90

(d)66

(e)70

(8)Find the two-thirds of the total number of girls who have visited Hyderabad and Pune together?

(a)58

(b)46

(c)48

(d)54

(e)None of the above

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