This quiz consists of questions from
various Banking entrance exams held during the last few years. Leave your
answers/ responses in the comments section below and we’ll soon let you know

1.  The product of two consecutive even numbers is
3248. Which is the larger?

(1)
58              (2) 62           (3) 56               (4) 60           (5) None of these

2. The average marks of 65 students
in a class was calculated as 150. It was later realised that the marks of one
of the students was calculated as 142, whereas his actual marks were 152. What
is the actual average marks of the group of 65 students ? (Rounded off to two
digits after decimal)

(1)
151.25       (2) 150.15        (3) 151.10          (4) 150.19        (5) None of these

3. The sum of five consecutive odd
numbers is 575. What is the sum of the next set of the consecutive odd numbers
?

(1)
615

(2)
635

(3)
595

(4)
Cannot be determined

(5)
None of the above

Directions (Q. 4 – 9) What approximate
value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
(You are not expected value).

4. (56)^2  *  2.5385
= ?

(1)
4740           (2) 5570           (3) 6600          (4) 7960               (5) 8880

5. (775% of 523) / 777 = ?

(1)
5             (2) 12          (3) 19             (4) 26           (5) 29

6. 783.559 + 49.0937 * 31.679 – 58.591
=
?

(1)
26600           (2) 5000              (3) 12800            (4) 2550                 (5) 2280

7. (4438 – 2874 – 559) / (269 – 106
– 83) = ?

(1)
55             (2) 13           (3) 47         (4) 29          (5) 31

8. (12.51)^4 = ?

(1)
22300

(2)
23400

(3)
24500

(4)
25600

(5)
26700

Directions (Q.9 – 10) What should
come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

9 .  2187       729     243     81      27
9     ?

(1)
36                (2) 3             (3) 18            (4) 6             (5) 12

10.  522          1235          2661         4800         7652          11217      ?

(1)
15495           (2) 16208           (3) 14782            (4) 16921           (5) 14069