Directions(1-3): The following questions are accompanied by three statements (A) or (I), (B) or (II), and (C) or (III). You have to determine which statements(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the questions.
Q1. What is the area of the right–angled triangular garden?
I. Perimeter of the garden is y cm.
II. Length of the hypotenuse is x cm.
III. Perpendicular sides of the garden are in the ratio of 5 : 12.
(a) Only I and III or only II and III
(b) All I, II and III
(c) Any two of the three
(d) Only I and III
(e) None of the above
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Q2. What is the monthly salary of Pravin?
I. Pravin earns Rs. 1200 more than Aman.
II. The ratio between Aman and Vimal’s monthly salary is 5 : 3.
III. Vimal earns Rs. 1,000 less than Aman.
(a) Any two of I, II and III are required.
(b) Only I and II are required
(c) Only II and III are required
(d) All I, II and III together are required
(e) None of these
Q3. What is the area of the isosceles triangle?
I. Perimeter of the triangle is 14 metres.
II. Base of the triangle is 14 metres.
III. Height of the triangle is 5 metres.
(a) I and II only
(b) II and III only
(c) I and II only or II and III only
(d) I and III only
(e) All I, II and III
Directions(4-5): Ramu and Shyamu decide to sell their cars each at Rs. 36,000. While Ramu decided to give a discount of 8% on the first Rs. 8000, 5% on next Rs. 12000 and 3% on the rest to buyer Shashi. Shyamu decided to give a discount of 7% on the first 12000, 6% on next 8000 and 5% on the rest to buyer Rajesh. These discounts were, however, subject to the buyers making the payment on time and on failing the condition the discount gets reduced by 1% for every delay of a week. In each case, the selling price of 36,000 was arrived at by increasing the cost price by 25%.
Q4. If each of them got the payments on time, what is the approximate percentage profit of the person getting the higher profit ?
Q5. If Shashi defaults by 1 and 2 weeks in the second and third payments respectively, what would be the profit of Ramu in the sale of the car ? (in Rs)
(a) Rs. 5920
(b) Rs. 6240
(c) Rs. 5860
(d) Rs. 5980
(e) None of these
Directions (6-10): The following information is about the production of bikes by 3 different companies from Monday to Friday in a specific week. Read the information carefully and answer the following question:–
The total production by 3 companies on Monday was 540 out of which bikes were produced by Hero. The number of bikes produced by Bajaj on Monday are less than the bikes produced by Hero on Monday by the same extent as the number of bikes produced by Honda on Monday is more than the bikes produced by Hero on Monday. The difference between bikes produced by Bajaj and Honda on Monday is 40.
150 bikes are produced by Hero on Tuesday, which is 100 less than the bikes produced by the same company on Wednesday. A total of 910 bikes were produced by Hero from Monday to Friday. The ratio between bikes produced by Hero on Thursday to bikes produced by the same company on Friday is 5 : 6.
220 bikes were produced by Bajaj on Tuesday, which is 80 less than the bikes produced by Honda on Wednesday. A total of 570 bikes were produced on Tuesday, which is 76% of the total bikes produced on Wednesday. The number of bikes produced by Honda on Thursday is 66 2/3% more than bikes produced by Hero on the same day. Total 580 bikes were produced on Thursday. The number of bikes produced by Honda on Friday is same as that on Monday. 140 bikes were produced by Bajaj on Friday.
Q6. Find the ratio between total bikes produced on Monday to that on Wednesday.
(a) 18 : 29
(b) 18 : 25
(c) 18 : 31
(d) 3 : 5
(e) None of these
Q7. Find the total number of bikes produced by Bajaj from Monday to Friday.
(e) None of these
Q8. Find the average number of bikes produced per day by Honda from Monday to Friday.
Q9. On which pair of days, the number of bikes produced by Hero is the same among the given pairs?
(a) Tuesday and Wednesday
(b) Wednesday and Thursday
(c) Tuesday and Thursday
(d) Monday and Wednesday
(e) Monday and Tuesday
Q10. On which day the total number of bikes produced was the maximum ?
Directions(11 – 13): What approximate value should come in place of Question mark (?) in the following equation?
Q11. 4.78% of 1255 + 3.24% of 440 = 0.5% of ?
Q12. 35.05% of 3365 + 8400÷41.99 = ?
Q13. 67.99% of 1401 –13.99% of 1299 = ?
Q14. In a bag which contains 40 balls, there are 18 red balls and some green and blue balls. If two balls are picked up from the bag without replacement, then the probability of the first ball being red and second being green is 3/26. Find the number of blue balls in the bag.
Q15. Harvinder and Deepak invest in a business, Rs 8000 and Rs 8250 for 11 months and 9 months respectively. If Deepak earn Rs 2500 less profit than Harvinder. Find difference between amount invested and profit earn by Harvinder?
(a) Rs 8000
(b) Rs 5250
(c) Rs 7000
(d) Rs 6250
(e) Rs 9000
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