**Directions (1-5): Study the graph and table given below and answer the following questions. The line graph shows the listed price per kg of various items in a wholesale store.**

The table given below shows the amount of items bought by a retailer from the wholesale store. The table also shows the discount % offered by the wholesaler on the list price and total cost incurred by the retailer.

**Q1. Calculate the profit earned by retailer on selling 20 kgs of wheat purchased by him to a customer at a discount of 5% on the listed price ? **

(a) Rs. 25

(b) Rs. 45

(c) Rs. 75

(d) Rs. 50

(e) None of these

**Q2. The retailer sold all the cashew bought by him to a customer at a price 25% more than the listed price. Calculate his overall profit percent. **

(a) 33.33%

(b) 66.66%

(c) 55.55%

(d) 42.64%

(e) 77.77%

**Q3. If 50% of the rice bought by the retailer got spoiled, then at what price/kg must he sell the remaining amount of rice to be at a situation of no loss-no gain? **

(a) Rs. 40

(b) Rs. 19

(c) Rs. 27

(d) Rs. 22

(e) None of these

**Q4. The retailer sold all the pulses he bought at a price that is 30% more than the listed price and offered 2 kgs of Almond free with it. Find overall profit% of the retailer in this bargain ? (approximate) **

(a) 50%

(b) 40%

(c) 35%

(d) 61%

(e) 45%

**Q5. The retailer mixed 6 kgs. of impurity (free of cost) with all the sugar he had and sold the mixture at a discount which is 25% less than that discount (in percentage) offered by the wholesaler. Find the profit % on the sale of all of the amount of this mixture? **

(a) 52.50%

(b) 46.15%

(c) 48.75%

(d) 57.50%

(e) None of these

**Directions (6-10): Given below is the table which shows the ratio of Efficiency of X and Y in completing five different works and time taken by X alone to complete these five works. Line Graph shows the number of days Y actually worked on these five works. **

**Q6. After Y had worked for the given number of days on work C and work D, X completes the remaining of work C and work D. Time taken by X in completing the remaining of work C is what percent more or less than time taken by him in completing the remaining of work D.**

(a) 100/9%

(b) 500/9%

(c) 200/3%

(d) 100/6%

(e) 200/9%

**Q7. X and Y together started working on work D but both left after working for 2 days. Remaining work is completed by M and N together in 4 days. If ratio of efficiency of X and M in completing work D is 7 : 3, then in how much time N alone will complete the work D.**

(a) 14 days

(b) 28 days

(c) 21 days

(d) 42 days

(e) 35 days

**Q8. If percentage of work C completed by X in 4 days is equal to the percentage of work C completed by 4 women in 5 days and ratio of efficiency of a woman and a child in completing work C is 5 : 3, then in how much time work C will be completed by 6 children.**

(a) 100/9 days

(b) 100/6 days

(c) 50/7 days

(d) 200/3 days

(e) 20/3 days

**Q9. If another person Z can complete work B in (Q – P) days where P and Q are the times taken by X and Y together to complete work B and C respectively, then what is the ratio of efficiency of Y and Z in completing work B?**

(a) 2 : 9

(b) 1 : 9

(c) 9 : 17

(d) 5 : 23

(e) 2 : 5

**Q10. After Y had worked for the given numbers of days on work C, D and E, what is the sum of times taken by X in completing the remaining of work C, D and E?**

(a) 90/7 days

(b) 25/7 days

(c) 50/7 days

(d) 100/7 days

(e) 60/7 days

**Solutions**

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