**Directions (1-5): Given below is table which shows the ratio of efficiency of both A and B on different days and total time taken by A and B to complete the work 1 if they complete whole work with the efficiency of different days. **

There is also the line graph which shows the time taken by B to complete work 2 if it complete whole work with efficiency of different days.

Note- The ratio of efficiency of A to B to do work 2 on different days is same as data given in the table for work 1.

**Q4. A and B started to complete work 1, alternatively starting from A on first hour on Monday then time taken by A and B in completing 80% of work 1, alternatively on Monday is what percent more or less than time taken by A and B together to complete work 2 together on Friday. **

(a) 3%

(b) 5%

(c) 8%

(d) 15%

(e) 6%

**Directions (6-10): Percentage distribution of Income of 7 firms in year 2015 and 2016 is given below in pie charts. Percentage distribution of some firms are not given in the chart. You have to calculate these values if required to answer the questions**

Ratio of Total Income of all 7 firms in 2015 to total income of all seven firms in 2016 5 : 7.

**Q6. If profit percent earned by company B in 2015 and profit percent earned by company D in 2016 are equal and income of company D in 2016 is 24 million and expenditure of company D in 2016 is 18 million then what will be profit of B in 2015?**

(a) 30/7million

(b) 5/3 million

(c) 80/7 million

(d) 20/7 million

(e) None of these

**Q7. If total income of all firm in 2016 is 142100 million then what is the difference between the income of firm A in 2016 and income of A in 2015.**

(a) 5481 million

(b) 5461 million

(c) 5421 million

(d) 5221 million

(e) None of these

**Q8. What will be the ratio of income of firm C in 2015 to the income of firm F in 2016 if income of F and G in 2016 is in the ratio of 20 : 27?**

(a) 5 : 21

(b) 21 : 5

(c) 5 : 23

(d) 23 : 5

(e) None of these

**Directions (11-15): Study the table and answer the following question**

Given below is the table shows five types of laptops sold by two seller (X and Y). Table shows cost price, Profit percentage and Market price of the laptops.

**Note: **

i) Some data is missing, you have to calculate that data if it is required to answer the question.

ii) Selling price may or may not be equal to M.P.

**Q11. How much percentage C.P. of Lenovo laptop sold by seller X is less than MP of Sony laptop sold by seller Y. If X gave 10% discount on Lenovo laptop while seller Y gave 20% discount on sony Laptop on M.P? (approximately) **

(a) 20%

(b) 28%

(c) 35%

(d) 45%

(e) 72%

**Q12. What is the ratio between C.P. of Asus sold by seller X to C.P. of Dell sold by seller Y if M.P. of Asus sold by X is 44% more than the M.P. of Lenovo sold by X and M.P. of Dell sold by Y is 56.25% more than the M.P. of Sony sold by Y. [Take S.P. equals to M.P.]**

(a) 7 : 13

(b) 14 : 15

(c) 15 : 14

(d) 13 : 15

(e) 15 : 13

**Q13. If seller Y sells HP laptop at 20% discount, he got Rs. 2400 as profit and if he give 30% discount, he losses Rs. 400. Then what will be the profit percentage if in total 8 laptop sold by seller Y, ‘2’ laptop at 20% discount and ‘6’ Laptop at 30% discount. **

(a) 1.5%

(b) 15%

(c) 5%

(d) 8%

(e) 12%

**Q14.If the ratio between S.P. of Lenovo and M.P. of HP sold by Y is 3 : 4 then what is the average of Cost price of 2 laptops of Lenovo bought by X and 6 laptops of Lenovo bought by Y if X gave 10% discount of M.P. **

(a) 18,000

(b) 19,000

(c) 18,500

(d) 18,705

(e) None of these

**Q15.If the average C.P. of Asus and Sony bought by ‘X’ is 14,000 and average S.P. of Asus and Sony by ‘X’ is 18,000 then what will be the difference between the C.P of Asus and Sony laptop bought by seller ‘X’ ? **

(a) 3,500

(b) 4,000

(c) 4,500

(d) Can’t be determined

(e) None of these

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