**Directions (1-5): What will come in the place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?**

**Q1. 10, 11, 24, 75, 304, ?**

(a) 1220

(b) 1625

(c) 1525

(d) 1025

(e) 1545

**Q2. 2, 6, 15, 40, 89, ?**

(a) 210

(b) 310

(c) 230

(d) 340

(e) 110

**Q3. 814, 406, 202, 100, 49, ?**

(a) 21.5

(b) 27

(c) 43.5

(d) 33

(e) 23.5

**Q4. 116, 58, 232, 116, 464, ?**

(a) 212

(b) 232

(c) 262

(d) 220

(e) 322

**Q5. 64, 32, 48, 120, 420, ?**

(a) 1890

(b) 1990

(c) 1620

(d) 1740

(e) 1830

Directions (6-10): **Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below it :**

The following bar graph shows the students (in thousand) of five different universities in the years 2012 and 2018 and the line graph shows the percentage of student get above 75% marks among them.

**NOTE**: – Student who get exact 75% percentage are already included in above 75% marks.

**Q6. What is the total students who got below 75% marks in 2018?**

(a) 2,54,100

(b) 2,58,296

(c) 2,50,000

(d) 2,55,200

(e) 2,54,256

**Q7. What is the percentage rise in the number of students in university R from the year of 2012 to 2018 ?**

(a) 66.66%

(b) 80%

(c) 75%

(d) 86%

(e) 44%

**Q8. What is the difference between the number of students in R who have above 75% marks in 2018 and number of students in S who has below 75% marks in 2012?**

(a) 16,000

(b) 18,000

(c) 16,500

(d) 17,500

(e) 15,500

**Q9. What is the approximate percentage change in the number of students who got above 75% marks in university T from the year 2012 to 2018?**

(a) 43%

(b) 47%

(c) 44.71%

(d) 49.72%

(e) 41.74%

**Q10. What is the total number of students who got above 75% in 2012?**

(a) 1,42,290

(b) 1,47,000

(c) 2,26,000

(d) 1,47,100

(e) 1,50,002

**Directions (11-15): Read the given information carefully and answer the following question.**

Ramu bought three articles TV, Washing Machine and AC he paid total of Rs. 51,000 to the shopkeeper. The cost price of Washing Machine is 20% less than that of AC and the ratio of CP of TV and AC is 3:4. Ramu made a profit of 18% on selling TV, 35% profit on washing machine and 22.5% of profit on selling AC.

**Q11. Find the average of the selling price of TV and AC?**

(a) Rs. 20,600

(b) Rs. 21,100

(c) Rs. 20,100

(d) Rs. 21,600

(e) Rs. 21,800

**Q12. The total profit earned on TV and AC together is what percent more or less than the profit earned on washing machine?**

**Q13. Ramu gave a discount of 20% on AC while selling it. in order to gain the same profit on AC, how much percent above the cost price, he should marked it.**

**Q14. Find the total profit earned by Ramu on selling all the three articles?**

(a) Rs. 11,800

(b) Rs. 12,600

(c) Rs. 12,800

(d) Rs. 13,200

(e) Rs. 13,800

**Q15. Ramu purchased a Laptop at a price 115% higher than the SP of washing machine. Then find the difference between the CP of Laptop alone and CP of TV, washing machine and AC together?**

(a) Rs. 44,00

(b) Rs. 49,00

(c) Rs. 45,00

(d) Rs. 48,00

(e) Rs. 46,00

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