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Question 1 of 35 1.
Question Sameer spends 20% of his monthly salary on houserent, 25% on food, 10% on
transportation, 15% on education of his children and 18% on household expenses. He saves
the remaining amount of Rs. 4800. What is his monthly salary?Correct
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Question 2 of 35 2.
Question Gaurav spends 40% of the amount he received from father on hostel expenses, 20% on
books and stationery and 50% of the remaining on transport. He saves Rs. 450 which is half
the remaining amount after spending on hostel expenses, books and stationery and
transport. How much money did he get from his father?Correct
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Question 3 of 35 3.
Question Prerna decided to donate 30% of her monthly income to an orphanage. But on the day of donation, she changed her mind and donated Rs. 4200, which is 70% of what she had decided earlier. What should be the actual donation as per her earlier decision?
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Question 4 of 35 4.
Question The price of a car is Rs. 5, 00,000. It was insured to 90% of its price. The car got completely damaged in an accident and the insurance company paid 80% of the insured amount. That is the difference between the price of the car and the amount of insurance received?
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Question 5 of 35 5.
Question In an election between two candidates, the winner secured 58% of the total votes cast and wins by a majority of 2400 votes. How many votes did the loser get?
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Question 6 of 35 6.
Question In a college election between two students, 10% of the votes cast are invalid. The winner gets 70% of the valid votes and defeats the loser by 1800 votes. How many votes were totally cast?
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Question 7 of 35 7.
Question In an examination, Ramesh scored 30% less than Suresh and Mahesh scored 20% less than Suresh. Ramesh’s score is what per cent of Mahesh’s score?
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Question 8 of 35 8.
Question If A’s salary is 25% more than B’s salary, then by what per cent is B’s salary less than A’s salary?
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Question 9 of 35 9.
Question The sale of Company N is 40% less than that of Company T. Then by what per cent is the sale of company T more than that of N?
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Question 10 of 35 10.
Question The profit made by a company in the present year is Rs.15, 00,000. Two years ago, the profit made by the same company was Rs.24, 00,000. What is the percentage change in the profit made by the company?
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Question 11 of 35 11.
Question If the cost of coriander sold is increased by 33.33%. What should be the % decrease in consumption to keep expenditure same?
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Question 12 of 35 12.
Question How much of salt at 42 paise/kg must be mixed with 25 kg of salt at 24 paise/kg, so that a profit of 25% is obtained by selling the mixture at 40 paise/kg?
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Question 13 of 35 13.
Question A merchant has 840 kg of rice, part of which he sells at 9% profit and the rest at 16% profit. He gains 12% profit on the whole. What is the quantity sold at 16% profit?
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Question 14 of 35 14.
Question An alloy of zinc and tin contains 35% of zinc by weight. What quantity of zinc must be added to 400 lb of this alloy such that there is 60% of zinc by weight in the final mixture?
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Question 15 of 35 15.
Question A can contain a mixture of two liquids A and B in the ratio 7:5. When 9 litres of the mixture is drawn off and replaced with liquid B, the ratio of A and B becomes 7:9. What was the initial quantity (in litres) of liquid A in the can?
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Question 16 of 35 16.
Question A container has 40 litres of wine. From this container, 4 litres of wine is taken out and replaced with water. This process is repeated two more times. What will be the final quantity of water (in litres) in the container?
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Question 17 of 35 17.
Question Deepak has some goats and some hens. If the total number of heads is 90 and the total number of feet is 248, what is the total number of goats?
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Question 18 of 35 18.
Question Kamlesh bought 65 books for Rs.1050 from one shop and 50 books for Rs.1020 from another.
What is the average price he paid per book?Correct
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Question 19 of 35 19.
Question A cricketer scored 180 runs in the first test and 258 runs in the second. How many runs
should he score in the third test so that his average score in the three tests would be 230
runs?Correct
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Question 20 of 35 20.
Question The average weight of 10 boys is more than the average weight of 15 girls by 5 kg. If the
total weight of the 10 boys is 550 kg, what is the average of the 10 boys and 15 girls
together?Correct
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Question 21 of 35 21.
Question The average of 5 positive integers is 436. The average of the first two numbers is 344 and the
average of the last two numbers is 554. What is the third number?Correct
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Question 22 of 35 22.
Question In a class, there are 32 boys and 28 girls. The average age of the boys in the class is 14 years
and the average age of the girls in the class is 13 years. What is the average age of the whole
class? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal)Correct
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Question 23 of 35 23.
Question If the average of 11 consecutive even numbers is 98, what is the highest number?
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Question 24 of 35 24.
Question A, B, C and D are four consecutive even numbers respectively and their average is 65.What
is the product of A and D?Correct
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Question 25 of 35 25.
Question The average age of 31 students is 11.5 years. If teacher’s age is included average age is
increased by 1. What is the teacher’s age?Correct
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Question 26 of 35 26.
Question The average weight of a group of 50 girls was calculated as 58 kg. It was later discovered
that the weight of one of the girls was read as 45 kg, whereas her actual weight was 65 kg.
What is the actual average weight of the group of the 50 girls? (rounded off to two digits
after decimal)Correct
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Question 27 of 35 27.
Question D is the brother of B. M is the brother of B. K is the father of M. T is the wife of K. How is B related to T?
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Question 28 of 35 28.
Question M is the sister of K. D is brother of K. F is the mother of M. How is K related to F?
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Question 29 of 35 29.
Question K is the brother of T. M is the mother of K. W is the brother of M. How is W related to T?
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Question 30 of 35 30.
Question M is the sister of D. R is the brother of D. N is father of M and T is the mother R. How is D related to t?
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Question 31 of 35 31.
Question A person starts from a point A and travels 3 km east – wards to B and then turns left and travels thrice that distance to reach C. He again turns left and travels five times the distance he covered between A and B and reaches his destination D. The shortest distance between the starting point and the destination is?
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Question 32 of 35 32.
Question Going 50 m to the South of her house, Radhika turns left and goes another 20 m. Then, turning to the North, she goes 30 m and then starts walking to her house. In which direction is she walking now?
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Question 33 of 35 33.
Question Maya starts at point T, Walks straight to point U which is 4 ft away. She turns left at 90°and walks to W which is 4 ft away, turns 90° right and goes 3 ft to P, turns 90° right and walks 1 ft to Q, turns left at 90° and goes to V, which is 1 ft away and once again turns 90° right and goes to R, 3 ft away. What is the distance between T and R?
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Question 34 of 35 34.
Question A man leaves for his office from his house. He walks towards East. After moving a distance of 20 m, he turns South and walks 10 m. Then he walks 35 m towards the West and further 5 m towards the North. He then turns towards East and walks 15 m. What is the straight distance (in meters) between his initial and final position?
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Question 35 of 35 35.
Question Seven poles A, B, C, D, E, F and G are put in such a way that the distance between the next two decreases by 1 meter. The distance between the first two poles, A and B, is 10 meters. Now answer the following questions.
If a monkey hops from pole G to pole C, then how much distance did it cover ?
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