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**Q1. Average BPL population in city X and Y is how much more/less than average BPL population in city K and L ?**

(a) 794

(b) 824

(c) 848

(d) 764

(e) None of these

**Q2. Average population in city K and L is what percent of total population in city Z ?**

(a) 93%

(b) 73%

(c) 83.125%

(d) 87.50%

(e) 78.625%

**Q3. In another city ‘A’, BPL population is half of the population other than BPL in city K which is 25% of total population. Then find total population in city A ?**

(a) 6820

(b) 6080

(c) 6240

(d) None of these

(e) 6040

**Q4. What is the average BPL population in all the cities ?**

(a) 1924

(b) None of these

(c) 1884

(d) 1724

(e) 1964

**Q5. What is the ratio of BPL population in city Y to city L ?**

(a) 426 : 353

(b) 353 : 426

(c) 351 : 425

(d) None of these

(e) 353 : 428

**Directions (6 – 10): Line graph shows marked up percentage of four articles above cost price and table shows marked price of these four articles. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.**

**Q7. If cost price of article ‘E’ is 50% more than that of B, then find at what price article ‘E’ should sale to make a profit of 16⅔%?**

(a) 700 Rs.

(b) 1400 Rs.

(c) 800 Rs.

(d) 750 Rs.

(e) None of these

**Q8. If discount (in %) given on article B & D is in the ratio of 1 : 3 and ratio of profit on article B & loss on article D is same (in Rs) , then find discount allowed on article D?**

(a) 18%

(b) 12%

(c) 30%

(d) 15 %

(e) 24%

**Q9. Cost price of A is what percent less than average cost price of B, C & D ?**

(a) 12%

(b) 10%

(c) 15%

(d) 25%

(e) 20%

**Q10. Discount allowed on article C is 15% and selling price of article ‘X’ is Rs. 316 more than that of C. If profit made on ‘X’ is 20%, then find difference between cost price of D & X?**

(a) 300 Rs.

(b) 600 Rs.

(c) 400 Rs.

(d) 200 Rs.

(e) 100 Rs.

**Directions (11-15): Study the passage given below and answer the following questions.**

There are 3 cities – Delhi, Dhaka and Bangkok. Total distance between Delhi – Dhaka, Dhaka – Bangkok and Delhi – Bangkok is 19800 km. Distance between Dhaka – Bangkok is 80% of the distance between Delhi – Bangkok and ratio of distance between Delhi – Dhaka to distance between Bangkok – Dhaka is 27 : 32.

Fares of 3 different flight operators (A, B & C) on these 3 routes (Delhi – Dhaka, Dhaka – Bangkok and Delhi – Bangkok) are –

Delhi – Dhaka: Fare of C is 25% more than that of B and fare of A is Rs.2700 less than that of B. Ratio of fare of A to that of C is 3 : 5.

Delhi – Bangkok: Average fare of A & B is Rs.20000 and fare of C is Rs.8000 more than average fare of A & B. Average fare of B & C is Rs.26000.

Dhaka – Bangkok: Fare of B is Rs.16000 and ratio of fare of A to that of B to that of C is 6 : 5 : 8.

**Q11. If Veer wants to travel from Delhi – Dhaka and then Dhaka – Bangkok without changing flight operator, then which flight operator would be the cheapest option among A, B & C for Veer.**

(a) A

(b) B

(c) C

(d) Either A or B

(e) Either A or C

**Q12. If Deepak is travelling from Dhaka – Bangkok and Bangkok – Delhi from C, then find the amount paid by Deepak per km for the entire trip.**

(a) Rs. 3.11/km

(b) Rs. 3.98/km

(c) Rs. 3.42/km

(d) Rs. 3.62/km

(e) Rs. 3.01/km

**Q13. For which of the following trip, the fare will be maximum?**

(a) A, Delhi – Bangkok

(b) C, Delhi – Dhaka

(c) B, Dhaka – Bangkok

(d) A, Dhaka – Bangkok

(e) B, Delhi – Dhaka

**Q14. On Dhaka – Bangkok route, which flight operator is charging lowest fare per km?**

(a) A

(b) B

(c) C

(d) Either B or C

(e) Cannot be determined.

**Q15. Find average fare of A, B & C on Delhi – Dhaka route.**

(a) Rs.12000

(b) Rs.11500

(c) Rs.10400

(d) Rs.11200

(e) Rs.10800

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