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  1. IBPS RRB PO MAINS 2018 MEMORY BASED QUESTION PAPER


  2. Direciions (1 -5) Study the following Information carefully and answer the given questlons: The first ple chart shows the percentage disributon of totall number of tourists from USA, Canada and England went for diferent cifMes. The second ple chart shows the percentage disiribuiiorn of total number of tourists from USA went for ifferent ciles. Total tourists from USA, Canada and England Total tourist fro m USA 2500 5500 A B CDE A B CD 22% 22% 18% 34% 20% 18% 24% 16% 14%


  3. 1) Find the central angle of E of the total tourists? 1)132.60 2)122.40 3)108.20 4)144.80 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 18% 34% 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  4. I) Find the central angle of E of the total tourists? I)132.60 2)122.40 3)108.20 4)144.80 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 18% 34% 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 100%-360 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  5. I) Find the central angle of E of the total tourists? I)132.60 2)122.40 3)108.20 4)144.80 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 A BC DE 18% 34% 100%-360 Then, The central angle of E of the total tourists -(34/100) 360 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  6. I) Find the central angle of E of the total tourists? I)132.60 2)122.40 3)108.20 4)144.80 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 18% 34% 1 00%-360 16% 12% Then, The central angle of E of the total tourists Total tourist from USA 2500 (34/100) 360 34 6 6/100 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  7. I) Find the central angle of E of the total tourists? I)132.60 2)122.40 3)108.20 4)144.80 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England :5500 18% 34% 100% 3600 Then, The central angle of E of the total tourists 16% 12% (34/100)*360 34 * 6* 6 /100 204 * 6 / 100 Total tourist from USA 2500 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  8. I) Find the central angle of E of the total tourists? I)132.60 2)122.40 3)108.20 4)144.80 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 18% 34% 100% = 360 Then, The central angle of E of the total tourists 16% 12% > (341 00)*360 346* 6/100 204 6 /100 122.40 Total tourist from USA 2500 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  9. 2) In tourists from city A, in which Canada tourists Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 arel20 more than that of tourists from England. Then find the number of tourists from Canada in city A? 1) 240 2) 190 3) 210 4)280 5) None of these 18% 34% 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  10. 2) In tourists from city A, in which Canada tourists Total tourists from USA, Canada and England arel20 more than that of tourists from England. Then find the number of tourists from Canada in city A? 5500 1) 240 2) 190 3) 210 4) 280 5) None of these 18% 34% 16% 12% From city A, Canada tourist 120 + England tourist ->C E 120 (I) Total tourist from USA 2500 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  11. 2) In tourists from city A, in which Canada tourists Total tourists from USA, Canada and England arel20 more than that of tourists from England. Then find the number of tourists from Canada in city A? 5500 1) 240 2) 190 3) 210 4) 280 5) None of these 18% 34% From city A, Canada tourist = 120 + England tourist C-E=120--(1) The total number of tourists from Canada and England together from city A 5500 (18/100) 2500 (22/100) 16% 12% Total tourist from USA = 2500 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  12. 2) In tourists from city A, in which Canada tourists Total tourists from USA, Canada and England arel20 more than that of tourists from England. Then find the number of tourists from Canada in city A? 5500 1) 240 2) 190 3) 210 4) 280 5) None of these 18% 34% The total number of tourists from Canada and England together from city A, From city A, Canada tourist- 120+ England tourist C-E= 120--(1) 16% 12% >5500* (18/100) 2500* (22/100) Total tourist from USA 2500 990 550 440 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  13. 2) In tourists from city A, in which Canada tourists Total tourists from USA, Canada and England arel20 more than that of tourists from England. Then find the number of tourists from Canada in city A? :5500 1) 240 2) 190 3) 210 4) 280 5) None of these 18% 34% The total number of tourists from Canada England together from city A, >5500 (18/100) 2500 (22/100) From city A, Canada tourist 120 + England tourist 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 990-550 = 440 C-E=120--(1) C + E = 440 (2) 22% 22% 2C 560 18% C = 280 24% 14%


  14. 3) Find the difference between the total number of tourists from Canada and England in city E with the total number of tourists from Canada and England in city D? Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 1) 890 2) 780 3) 1060 4) 920 5) None of these 18% 34% 16% 12% The total number of tourists from Canada and England in city E Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 5500* (34/100) 2500 (22/100) ->5*1 1#34-550 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  15. 3) Find the difference between the total number of tourists from Canada and England in city E with the total number of tourists from Canada and England in city D? Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 1) 890 2) 780 3) 1060 4) 920 5) None of these 18% 34% 16% The total number of tourists from Canada and England in city E -> 5500%(34/ 100) _ 2500%(22/ 100) 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 1870 550 1320 The total number of tourists from 22% 22% Canada and England in city D >5500 (16/100) 2500* (18/100) 18% 24% 14%


  16. 3) Find the difference between the total number of tourists from Canada and England in city E with the total number of tourists from Canada and England in city D? Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 1) 890 2) 780 3) 1060 4) 920 5) None of these 18% 34% The total number of tourists from Canada and England in city E ->5500*(34/ 1 00)-2500%(22/ 100) 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 1870 550 1320 A BCDE The total number of tourists from 22% 22% Canada and England in city D > 5500%( 1 6/ 1 00)-2500%( 1 8/ 100) 18% 4504 24% 14%


  17. 3) Find the difference between the total number of tourists from Canada and England in city E with the total number of tourists from Canada and England in city D? Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 1) 890 2) 780 3) 1060 4) 920 5) None of these 18% 34% The total number of tourists from 16% 12% Canada and England in city E 5500 (34/100) 2500 (22/100) Total tourist from USA 2500 1870 550 1320 A BCDE The total number of tourists from Canada and England in city D 22% 22% >5500 (16/100) 2500* (18/100) 880 450 430 Required difference 1320 430 18% 24% 890 14%


  18. Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 4) Find the ratio of total number of USA city B to that of total number of tourists from city D? I)II 17 2)23 14 3)15:22 4)35 19 5)None of these tourists from 18% 34% The total number of USA tourists from city B > 2500 (24/100) 600 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  19. Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 4) Find the ratio of total number of USA city B to that of total number of tourists from city D? I)II 17 2)23 14 3)15:22 4)35 19 5)None of these tourists from 18% 34% 16% 12% The total number of USA tourists from city B >2500 (24/100) 600 Total tourist from USA 2500 22% 22% The total number of tourists from city D 5500*(6/100) 880 18% 24% 14%


  20. 5) If the total number of male to that of female tourists from Canada and England in city C is 3:2, then find the number of male tourists from Canada and England in city C? 1) 174 2) 186 3) 192 4) 195 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 18% 34% 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  21. 5) If the total number of male to that of female tourists from Canada and England in city C is 3: 2, then find the number of male tourists from Canada and England in city C? 1) 174 2) 186 3) 192 4) 195 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 18% 34% The total number of male to that of female tourists from Canada and England in city C 3:2 The total number of tourists from Canada and England in city C :-5500%( 1 2/ 1 00)-2500*( I 4/ 100) 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  22. 5) If the total number of male to that of female tourists from Canada and England in city C is 3: 2, then find the number of male tourists from Canada and England in city C? 1) 174 2) 186 3) 192 4) 195 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 A BC DE 18% 34% The total number of male to that of female tourists from Canada and England in city C 3:2 The total number of tourists from Canada and England in city C -5500%( 1 2/ 1 00)-2500*( I 4/ 1 00) 660 350 310 16% 12% Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 22% 22% 18% 24% 14%


  23. 5) If the total number of male to that of female tourists from Canada and England in city C is 3: 2, then find the number of male tourists from Canada and England in city C? 1) 174 2) 186 3) 192 4) 195 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 18% 34% The total number of male to that of female tourists from Canada and England in city C 3:2 16% 12% The total number of tourists from Canada and England in city C 5500 (12/100) 2500*(14/100) 660 350 310 Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 22% 22% The number of male tourists from Canada and England in city C -310*(3/5) 18% 24% 14%


  24. 5) If the total number of male to that of female tourists from Canada and England in city C is 3: 2, then find the number of male tourists from Canada and England in city C? 1) 174 2) 186 3) 192 4) 195 5) None of these Total tourists from USA, Canada and England 5500 18% 34% The total number of male to that of female tourists from Canada and England in city C 3:2 16% 12% The total number of tourists from Canada and England in city C 5500%( 1 2/ 1 00)-2500*( I 4/ 100) 660 350 310 Total tourist from USA 2500 A BCDE 22% 22% The number of male tourists from Canada and England in city C ->310*(3/5) 186 18% 24% 14%