Ratio and Proportion

Quantitative Aptitude Questions and Answers on Ratio and Proportion for IBPS Exams, candidate who are preparing for Bank Exam, please check all the questions and answers on Ratio and Proportion , these are questions which are asked in competitive exams like IBPS clerk, IBPS PO, IBPS MT and Specialist Officer. we have good collection of Arithmetic Aptitude.

IBPS exam gives aptitude test in the preliminary exam as well as main exam, considering the importance of quantitative aptitude; candidates should prepare it well for clearing CWE. The banking exams give a weightage of 75 marks in quantitative aptitude to test the mathematical / numerical ability of aspirants. Being one of the most weighted sections, it demands focused hard work and regular preparation. The questions are formed from simple mathematical concepts yet too many candidates fear from this topic.

Quantitative aptitude consists of questions based on mathematical concepts and the ability to solve them as fast as one could. During the IBPS exam, it’s the speed of solving questions correctly that matters. It is therefore considered a good practice to exercise aptitude questions regularly and not loose time on solving questions during exams. For honing the skills of solving quantitative aptitude, one must know simple tricks to solve questions without committing common mistakes.

The ratio of students of three classes is 2:3:4. If 12 students are increased in each classes then their ratio turns into 8:11:14. What was the total number of students in all the three classes originally ?

The ratio of students of three classes is 2:3:4. If 12 students are increased in each classes then their ratio turns into 8:11:14. What was the total number of students in all the three classes originally ? A) 162 B) 108 C) 96 D) 54 Answer A) 162


The ratio of zinc, copper and tin in any alloy is 2:3:1, and in another alloy the ratio of copper, tin and glass is 5:4:3. If in a new alloy both are taken in same weight, then what will be weight of glass per kg in the new alloy?

The ratio of zinc, copper and tin in any alloy is 2:3:1, and in another alloy the ratio of copper, tin and glass is 5:4:3. If in a new alloy both are taken in same weight, then what will be weight of glass per kg in the new alloy? A) ½ kg B) 1/8 kg […]


In a class, the number of girls is 20% more than that of the boys. The strength of the class is 66. If 4 more girls are admitted to the class, the ratio of the number of boys to that of the girls is

In a class, the number of girls is 20% more than that of the boys. The strength of the class is 66. If 4 more girls are admitted to the class, the ratio of the number of boys to that of the girls is 1) 1 : 2 2) 3 : 4 3) 1 : […]

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