# Quantitative aptitude trick for clerical and bank po examinations

Quantitative aptitude comprises of Data Interpretation problems in bank exams. This is a section which a candidate must aim to score the maximum.
You can use specific data interpretation tricks to solve the problems and aim to ace in the quantitative aptitude section. Below is a typical question asked in the bank exam. We shall see how we can arrive at the answer in seconds using the quantitative aptitude trick.

(6)What was the average number of A type cars sold by the company in 2008,2010 and 2012 together?

## Steps to find average number of cars sold

Step 1:Count the number of parts in 2008,2010 and 2012
Step 2:Add the number of parts of 2008,2010 and 2012
Step 3:Multiply the result obtained in step 2 by the scale
Step 4:Divide the result obtained in step 3 by the number of years
Step 5:Multiply the result obtained in step 4 by original units of expression(in this example it is 1 production in thousands)

Finding the number of parts in 2008,2010 and 2012
Number of parts of A type cars in 2008=3
Number of parts of A type cars in 2010=8
Number of parts of A type cars in 2012=6

Adding all the parts of A type cars in 2008,2010 and 2012
We get,
3+8+6=17

Multiplying the result by the scale(5)
we get,17 x 5=85

Dividing the result by number of years(3)
we get,85/3=28.333333

Multiplying the result by 1000
we get,28333

Ans Average =28,333 approximately

This is an approximate answer so we can select an option closest to this number.

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1. how you have taken 5 as scale?

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