Directions (1-5) :- Study the following paragraph and answer the question.
Four friends A, B, C and D have total Rs 54000 and they invest in 4 different schemes. A invests Rs 12000 for 4 years at SI at 15% per annum. C invests Rs 20000 for 3 years at 10% compounded annually. B invests Rs 15000 at rate of 12.5% per annum at SI and he earned interest of Rs 9375. D invest the remaining amount for 1.5 years compounded half yearly and received total amount of Rs 9317.
Q1. Find B invests for how much time?
(a) 3 years
(b) 2 years
(c) 5 years
(d) 4 years
(e) 6 years
Q2. What is total amount received by A after 4 years?
(a) Rs 9200
(b) Rs 15200
(c) Rs 7200
(d) Rs 19200
(e) Rs 16200
Q3. What is the rate of interest per year at which D invests?
Q4. Interest earned by C is how much more/less than that of A?
(a) Rs 580
(b) Rs 460
(c) Rs 520
(d) Rs 560
(e) Rs 640
Q5. Interest earned by B is approximately what percent of interest earned by A?
Directions (6-10): – Bar graph given below shows quantity of five different products (i.e. rice, pulse, wheat, sugar and salt) sold (in kg) by a shopkeeper and table shows total revenue (in Rs.) generated by selling these individual products.
Q6. Cost price of per kg rice is how much more or less than per kg selling price of sugar when rice is sold at 60% profit?
(a) Rs. 4 more
(b) Rs. 5 less
(c) None of these.
(d) Rs. 4 less
(e) Rs. 5 more
Q7. If 3 kg of wheat and 2 kg of salt is mixed, then what will be the selling price per kg of such mixture?
(b) Rs. 17
(c) Rs. 14
(d) Rs. 12
(e) Rs. 16
Q8. Total revenue generated from wheat is what percent of difference between total revenue generated from rice and salt?
Q9. If cost price of per kg pulse is Rs. 60, find profit earned on selling 40 kg of pulse (in Rs.)?
Q10. What is the average quantity of rice, pulse and wheat sold by shopkeeper?
(a) 45 kg
(b) 55 kg
(c) 60 kg
(d) 40 kg
(e) 50 kg
Directions (11-15) :- Study the given data carefully and answer the following questions.
In a school, 3500 students participated in three sports games i.e. (Badminton, cricket and football). Ratio between boys and girls who participated in games is 9 :5. 30% of the total boys participated in Badminton which is 125% of the girls who participated in Cricket. Total 1265 students participated in Cricket. No. of girls participated in Badminton are 10 more than that of Football.
Note- A student participated in only in a particular sport.
Q11. What is the no. of students participated in Badminton?
Q13. Find the ratio between no. of boys participated in Cricket to the no. of girls participated in Football.
(a) 27 :14
(b) 29 :15
(c) 29 :14
(d) 15 :28
(e) None of these
Q14. Girls participated in Badminton is what percentage of girls participated in Cricket?
Q15. Girls participated in Football is how much more/less than that of boys participated in same sport.