Directions (1-5): Compare the value of 2 quantities given in the question and give answer

Q1. Quantity I — cost price of an article having marked price Rs. 400, which when sold at 20% discount still make a gain of 20/3%

Quantity II — cost price of an article which is sold at 14% profit and if cost price and selling price both are Rs. 117 less, the profit would be 9% more.

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Q2. Quantity I — the sum of money for which the difference between SI and CI obtained on it in 2 years at 6% per annum compounded annually is Rs. 43.2.

Quantity II — Rs. 12850

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Q3. Quantity I — average income of the whole group of 75 people, if average income of the men in the group is Rs. 4200 and that of women is Rs. 4000. (total men: total women = 8: 7)

Quantity II — The average income of 20 people, which decreases by Rs. 150 if a person with income of Rs. 1000 joins them.

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Q4. Quantity I — The distance of school from Aman’s house if he reaches school 5 minutes late while walking at 4 km/hr but 10 minutes earlier than scheduled time walking at 5 km/hr.

Quantity II — 5 km

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Q5. Quantity I — Product of 2 numbers, whose sum is 17 and sum of the squares of 2 no. is 145.

Quantity II — Sum of 2 numbers, whose product is 1400 and difference between them is 5.

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Directions (6-10): Dhunnilal, A famous business man has five manufacturing companies. There is a de-monetization of 500 Rs. and 1000 Rs by the government to curb black money. Dhunnilal has 720 lakh rupees cash in the form of 500 Rs. note and 1000 Rs. note.

Following table shows the percentage of hard-cash which belongs to different manufacture company and ratio of the total number of notes of 500 rs note to that of 1000 rs note. And the bar-chart shows the percentage of the hard cash value (only 500 rs. notes and 1000 rs notes) with respect to the total value (in terms of money) of each manufacturing company

Q1. Quantity I — cost price of an article having marked price Rs. 400, which when sold at 20% discount still make a gain of 20/3%

Quantity II — cost price of an article which is sold at 14% profit and if cost price and selling price both are Rs. 117 less, the profit would be 9% more.

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Q2. Quantity I — the sum of money for which the difference between SI and CI obtained on it in 2 years at 6% per annum compounded annually is Rs. 43.2.

Quantity II — Rs. 12850

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Q3. Quantity I — average income of the whole group of 75 people, if average income of the men in the group is Rs. 4200 and that of women is Rs. 4000. (total men: total women = 8: 7)

Quantity II — The average income of 20 people, which decreases by Rs. 150 if a person with income of Rs. 1000 joins them.

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Q4. Quantity I — The distance of school from Aman’s house if he reaches school 5 minutes late while walking at 4 km/hr but 10 minutes earlier than scheduled time walking at 5 km/hr.

Quantity II — 5 km

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Q5. Quantity I — Product of 2 numbers, whose sum is 17 and sum of the squares of 2 no. is 145.

Quantity II — Sum of 2 numbers, whose product is 1400 and difference between them is 5.

if quantity I > quantity II

if quantity I < quantity II

if quantity I ≥ quantity II

if quantity I ≤ quantity II

if quantity I = quantity II or no relation can be established

Directions (6-10): Dhunnilal, A famous business man has five manufacturing companies. There is a de-monetization of 500 Rs. and 1000 Rs by the government to curb black money. Dhunnilal has 720 lakh rupees cash in the form of 500 Rs. note and 1000 Rs. note.

Following table shows the percentage of hard-cash which belongs to different manufacture company and ratio of the total number of notes of 500 rs note to that of 1000 rs note. And the bar-chart shows the percentage of the hard cash value (only 500 rs. notes and 1000 rs notes) with respect to the total value (in terms of money) of each manufacturing company

Q6. Total numbers of 500 Rs. notes are what % more/less than that of the 1000 Rs. note ?

31%

42%

37%

57%

63%

Q7. Total value of company C is what % of the total value of company A ?

16.24%

17.39%

19.41%

20.14%

None of these

Q8. What is the ratio of total number of 500 Rs. note from company A, B and C together to the total no. of 1000 Rs. note from company D and E together ?

872 : 189

189 : 872

171 : 651

651 : 171

None of these

Q9. What is the average total value of all five companies ?

470880000

47088

470880

4708800

None of these

Q10. If there is 28% tax on all of the total value of 500 Rs. and 1000 Rs. note together and there is a penalty of 200% on the tax value then how much money will Dhunnilal give to the income tax department ?

5012000 Rs.

50120000 Rs.

4032000 Rs.

40320000 Rs.

None of these

Directions (11-15): Find which term is wrong in the following number series and that does-not follow the sequence followed by other terms of that series?

Q11. 2, 11, 22, 37, 57, 87

87

11

57

37

22

Q12. 1, 2.4, 5.76, 14.824, 33.1776

2.4

14.824

33.1776

1

5.76

Q13. 4, 11, 20, 33, 52, 77

77

11

20

33

52

Q14. 8, 4, 10, 5, 13.5, 6.25

4

13.5

10

5

6.25

Q15. 256, 400, 576, 788, 1024

400

576

788

1024

1156

SOLUTIONS

1.A

2.B

3.B

4.E

5.E

6.C

7.B

8.A

9.E

10.D

11.C

12.B

13.A

14.B

15.C

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