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1.68% of 2576 + 26% of 1468 – 430 =?
• A1620
• B1930
• C1540
• D1703.36

Notes(1751.68 +381.68) – 430 = 1703.36

2.(42.05)2 ‒ (28.9)2 ‒ (21.9)2=?
• A470
• B439
• C420
• D680

Notes(42)2 ‒ (29)2 ‒ (22)2 = (1764 – 841 ‒ 484)=439

3.7742 ÷ 79 × 15 =? × 6
• A300
• B250
• C150
• D100

Notes 7742/79 × 15 =? × 6 = 300

4.605/55÷24/2208×147/161=?
• A940
• B960
• C924
• D1260

Notes605/55×2208/24×147/161= 924

5.299 1/7+2992/7+2993/7+2994/7+2995/7+2996/
• A1497
• B2994
• C1794
• D1797

Notes299 1/7+2992/7+2993/7+2994/7+2995/7+2996/7 = (299*6) + (1/7+2/7+3/7+4/7+5/7+6/7) = 1794+3=1797

6.The value of (162×84)/216 =?
• A41/5
• B20/3
• C23/7
• D16

Notes(162×84)/216 = [(24)2 × (23)4]/216 = (28×212)/216 = 220/216 = 24= 16

7.(48+20×8+8)/(12×12+6×12)= ?
• A1
• B7
• C17/77
• DNone of These

Notes (48+20×8+8)/(12×12+6×12) = (48+160+8)/(144+72)=216/216=1.

8.Evaluate: (9 ‒ 2 ‒ [ 4 ‒ (1 + 1)]÷2)/(|6 ‒ 2| ‒ |3 ‒ 6 |÷3)
• A2
• B3
• C4
• D5

Notes(7 ‒ [4 ‒ 2] ÷ 2)/(|4|‒ |‒3| ÷ 3) = (7 ‒ 2 ÷ 2)/(4 ‒ 3 ÷ 3) = (7 ‒ 1)/(4 ‒ 1) = 6/3 =2

9.7 6/3 of 7.2 ÷ 1.05 of ?=144.72
• A3.245
• B2.453
• C2.354
• DNone of these

Notes27/3 × 7.2 ÷ 1.05 × ? = 144.72 =61.71 × ? = 144.72 =? = 2.345

10. 862 + 472- √(?)=8309
• A36
• B46
• C34
• D44

Notes√(?) = (862 + 472) ‒ 8309 = 9605 – 8309 = 1296 =?=√1296 =36

11.2322, 2242,? , 2142, 2122
• A2162
• B2182
• C2172
• D2152

Notes2322 ‒ 80=2242 =2242 ‒ 60=2182 =2182 ‒ 40=2142 =2142 ‒ 20=2122

12.26, 29, 38, ?, 110
• A68
• B59
• C57
• D67

Notes46 + (2×12+1) = 29 =29 + (2×22+1) = 38 =38 + (2×32+1) = 57 =57 + (2×42+1) = 90

13.10, 100, 101, 1010, ? ,10110
• A1009
• B1001
• C1011
• DNone of these

NotesThe numbers are divided by 0.1 and added with 1 consequently 10 ÷ 0.1 = 100 100 + 1 = 101 101 ÷ 0.1 = 1010 1010 + 1 = 1011 1011 ÷ 0.1 = 10110

14.900, 540, 324,?, 116.64
• A378.8
• B194.4
• C398.8
• D408.8

NotesEvery consequent number is multiplied by 0.6

15.3, 7, 12, 22, 21, 37, 30, ?
• A62
• B52
• C56
• DNone of these

NotesThere are two series here =3, 12, 21, 30, ... (Increase by 9) =7, 22, 37, ... (Increase by 15) =Hence, next term is 37+15 = 52

16.83% of the students of a certain class took Economics and 42% took Business studies. If each student took at least one of Economics or business studies and 90 students took both of these subjects, the total number of students in the class is?
• A300
• B340
• C360
• D320

NotesPercentage of student opting for both subjects =83 + 42 – 100 = 90 =(25/100) x = 90 = x = (90 ×100)/25 = 360

17.A shopkeeper sold an article at profit of 30%.If both the cost price and selling price is lowered by Rs. 100.Then the profit would be 4% more than before. Then find the cost price of the article?
• A780
• B820.20
• C780.60
• D850

NotesC.P. 100%, S.P. 130% When Rs. 100 is less then, C.P. = 100% - 100 S.P. = 130% - 100 So, profit increase = 30% +4% = 34% 120% - 100 = (100% -100)134/100 4% = 34 100% = 34/4×100=850

18.A shopkeeper fixes the marked price of an item 50% above its CP. The percentage of discount allowed to gain 20% is:
• A16.66%
• B20.66%
• C20%
• DNone of these

NotesLet CP = 100 MP = 100 + 50% of 100= 150 Gain = 25% of 100 = 20 SP = 100 + 20 = 120 Discount = MP – SP = 150 – 120 = 30 Discount % = (30/150) × 100 = 20%

19.Cost price of two laptops is the same. One is sold at a profit of 15% and the other for Rs. 5200 more than the first. If the net profit is 20% then find the cost price of each laptop:
• ARs. 52000
• BRs. 54000
• CRs. 36000
• DCan’t be determined

NotesLet the CP of each laptop be Rs x, then = 2(1.15x) + 5200 = 2(1.2x) =0.1x = 5200 = x = 52000

20.Of the four numbers, whose average is 60, the first is one-fourth of the sum of the last three. The second number is one-third of the sum of the other three, and the third is half of the other three. Find the fourth number.
• A52
• B48
• C80
• DNone of these

NotesLet the numbers be a, b, c, d =a = 1/4 (b + c + d) =4a = (b + c + d) Average = 60 (a + b + c + d)/4 = 60 5a/4 = 60 ⇒ a = 48 Similarly, b = 60, & c = 80 Also, it is known that average = 60, =a + b + c + d =240 =d = 52.

21.A person purchases two varieties of wheat – one costing Rs. 11.50 per kg and the other costing Rs. 14.25 per kg, in the ratio 1 : 2. He sells the mixed variety at Rs. 18 per kg. What is his profit percentage?
• A35
• B40
• C30
• DNone of these

NotesC.P. of 3 kg wheat = (1 × 11.50 + 2 × 14.25) = (11.50 + 28.50) = Rs. 40 S.P. of 3 kg mixed rice = 3 18 = 54 Profit = S.P. – C. P. = 54 – 40 = 14 Profit% = Profit/(C.P) × 100= 14/40 × 100 = 35%

22.The salaries of X, Y, Z are in the ratio 4: 6 : 10. If increment of 25%, 20% and 30% are allowed respectively in their salaries, then what will be the new ratio of their salaries?
• A25: 36 : 65
• B20: 16 : 65
• C25: 16 : 55
• DNone of these

NotesLet X= 4k, Y = 6k and Z = 10k X’s new salary = 125% of 4k = 125/100 x 4k = 5k Y’s new salary = 120% of 6k = 120/100 x 6k = 36/5k Z’s new salary = 130% of 10k = 130/100 x 10k = 13k New ratio = 5k : 36/5k : 13k = 25: 36 : 65

23. If Ram walks 40 km at 5 km/hr, he will be late by 1 hour and 20 minutes. If he walks at 8 km per hr, how early from the fixed time will he reach?
• A1 hour and 15 minutes
• B1 hour and 25 minutes
• C1 hour and 40 minutes
• DNone of these

Notes1st case time taken = 40/5 = 8 hours 2nd case = 40/8 = 5 hours Scheduled time = 8 hours – 80 minutes = 6 hours and 40 minutes. If Ram walks at a speed of 8 km /hour, then he takes 5 hours to reach the destination and the fixed time is 6 hours and 40 minutes. He reaches early by 1 hour and 40 minutes

24.Two trains 137m and 163m in lengths are running towards each other on parallel lines, one at the rate of 42 kmph and another at 48 kmph. In what time will they be clear of each other from the moment they meet?
• A10 sec
• B12 sec
• C14 sec
• D16 sec

NotesRelative speed of the trains = (42 + 48) kmph = 90 kmph = (90 × 5/18) m/sec = 25m/sec. Time taken by the trains to pass each other = Time taken to cover (137+163) m at 25m/sec = (300/25) sec = 12 sec.

25.There are four members in a family. The average age of the family is 15 years when a new baby is born in the family. What will be the average age of the family when the baby will be 5 years old?
• A17
• B20
• C15.5
• DNone of these

NotesPresent total age of family = 15 X 4 = 60 After five years, Total age of the family = 60 + 5 + 5 x 4 = 85 Average age of the family will be: Total age of family/ total members = 85/5 = 17

26.A can complete a work working 4 hours a day in 5 days and B can complete the same work in 5 days working 4 hours a day. If both work together for 8 hours a day, how many days will it take to complete the job?
• A10
• B1 2/8
• C1 8/2
• DNone of these