# IBPS RRB PO Quantitative Aptitude Questions, Download PDF for 2022 Exam

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Updated on: September 25th, 2023

Students must be searching for the quantitative aptitude PDF for IBPS RRB PO exams. Your wait will be over.

Candidates can regularly practice the problems and solutions from the quantitative aptitude PDF to refine their problem-solving abilities. For the IBPS RRB PO 2022 Prelims, practice the latest questions made by the experts.

BYJU’S Exam Prep has finally released a quantitative aptitude PDF for the IBPS RRB exam which will include important formulas and short tricks from the exam point of view.

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## Importance of the Quantitative Aptitude PDF in IBPS RRB PO Exam

As Quantitative Aptitude consists an integral part of the IBPS RRB PO exam, it can play a crucial role in your final selection. Kindly go through the Importance of the Quantitative Aptitude PDF in IBPS RRB PO Exam

• You can revise important formulas and concepts before the exam.
• You can practice important questions with solutions.
• You can check your preparation level.

## What does the PDF contain?

The Quantitative Aptitude PDF for IBPS RRB PO Exam contains the following important elements that will help you prepare in a much more effective way.

• The important formula of all the chapters
• Important short tricks
• Useful examples for practice
• Complete solution

## Some Contents of the IBPS RRB PO Quant PDF:

Different types of questions and their speedy methods.

• If the average of five consecutive even no. is 20, then find the max and min value?
Short Trick:
For ‘n’ consecutive even/odd no.
Max value = avg +(n – 1)
Min value = avg – (n-1)
Max value = 20 + (5-1) = 24
Min value = 20 – (5-1) = 16

• Average weight of 15 students is 30 kg. if the teacher is also included then average wt. will increase by 2kgs.then find the weight of the teacher? Short Trick:
Teacher’s age =15 × 2 + (30+2) = 62 years

• Average of 15 students is 50 kgs. On the coming of a new person the average weight decreases by 4kgs. Find the weight of a new member?
Wt. of new member = 15 × 4 – (50 – 4) = 14kgs
NOTE – When In a group one person comes or goes from the group, then the age/weight of that Person will be
New person weight = original no. of member × (increase or decrease in average)  new average
For “excluded/goes/decreased” use  – sign

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