Q1. Pankaj purchased 3575 balls and 2002 bats and cost price of one bat is equal to cost price of one ball. He sold ball in such a way that he can buy 850 balls by selling 799 balls and can buy 777 bats by selling 987 bats. Find approximate overall loss/profit percent earned by Pankaj by selling all balls and bats.
Q2. Sanjay buys some articles for Rs. 1,80,000. He sells 2/5th of it at a loss of 12%. If he wants to earn overall profit of 18% on selling all the articles, then at what profit % he should sell the remaining articles?
Q3. On selling 40 articles for Rs. 68 a shopkeeper incurred a loss of 25%. How many articles he should sell for Rs. 51 to earn profit of 12.5%?
Q4. Amit bought total of 44 laptops and mobiles together. Laptop costs two times of mobiles. He marked up the laptop by 50 % and phones by Rs. 3000 and sold these. He sold 80 % of mobiles and 6 laptops at Rs. 636000. The remaining mobiles and remaining 3 laptops are unsold due to some faults. Find his overall profit/loss on total quantity?
(a) Rs 600
(b) None of these
(c) Rs 750
(d) Rs 350
(e) Rs 425
Q5. A shopkeeper sells a car for Rs.52510 and incurs a loss of 11%. He sells another car at 5% profit. If on selling both the cars he neither earns profit nor incurs loss, then find the cost price of second car.
Q6.A person sells a table at a profit of 10%. If he had bought the table at 5% less cost and sold for Rs. 80 more, he would have gained 20%. The cost price of the table is
(a) Rs. 3,200
(b) Rs. 2,500
(c) Rs. 2,000
(d) Rs. 3,000
(e) Rs. 1,600
Q7. Roni purchased a cycle for Rs. 12000 and sold it at a loss of 20% with that amount he purchased another cycle and sold it at 30% profit. What was his overall gain/loss ?
(a) 720 loss
(b) 480 loss
(c) 480 profit
(d) 720 profit
(e) No profit no loss
Q8. The ratio between length of a rectangle and side of a square is 8 : 9. If breadth of rectangle is 10 cm and perimeter of square is 20 cm more than that of perimeter of rectangle, then find difference between area of square & that of rectangle?
(a) 164 cm²
(b) 172 cm²
(c) 174 cm²
(d) 156 cm²
(e) 144 cm²
Q9. If ratio of length, breadth and height of a cuboid is 1 : 2 : 3 and its area is 88 cm², then find the volume of a cube having edge length equal to the breadth of the cuboid.
(a) 68 cm³
(b) 44 cm³
(c) 64 cm³
(d) 74 cm³
(e) None of these
Q10. The ratio of the length and the breadth of a rectangular plot is 6 : 5 and the ratio of numerical value of perimeter and the area of this plot is 2 : 15. Find the perimeter of a square whose numerical value of its area is equal to numerical value of the perimeter of the rectangle?
(a) 40 cm
(b) 36 cm
(c) 44 cm
(d) 48 cm
(e) 52 cm
Q12. A large sphere of radius ‘R’ cm was converted into 64 small spheres of radius ‘r’ cm and then one small sphere is converted into 16 smaller cones of radius of ‘a’ cm. If height of cone is two times of its radius, then find R:a:r.
Q13. There are 4 Red, 2 Green & 2 Blue ball in a bag. If one ball drawn at random from the bag, then find the probability of the ball drawn out is not blue?
Q14. In a bag, there are some red and total 9 black and yellow balls. Probability of selecting two red balls from that bag is 1/7 which is 250% of the probability of selecting two black balls. Find number of yellow balls in that bag if the number of black balls is even.
(e) None of these
Q15. Find the probability of 7 letters word that can be formed from the letters of the word ‘CASTING’ so that vowels always come together.
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