**Q1. SBI bank has a free locker allowance for its customers but if any customer carries excess things it is charged at a constant rate per gm. The total charged paid by Veer & Mohit is Rs 110. If both Veer & Mohit had carried twice the weight then, they actually did previously, then their charge would have been Rs 200 and Rs 100 respectively, Find charge of Veer?**

(a) 100Rs

(b) 80Rs

(c) 160Rs

(d) 120Rs

(e) 180Rs

**Directions (2-3): A and B invested Rs. (x – 1200) and Rs. (x + 800) in a partnership business. After one year A added Rs. 2000, while B withdraw Rs. 1600 and C joined them with Rs. (x + 2800). After two years the ratio of profit of A, B and C is 35 : 36 : 25.**

**Q2. Veer and Sameer invested Rs. (x + y) and Rs. (x + 2.5 y) in a business. If at the end of two years profit ratio of Veer and Sameer is 10 : 13. Then find value of 4.5y ? **

(a) 8100 Rs.

(b) 8400 Rs.

(c) 7200 Rs.

(d) 9600 Rs.

(e) 10800 Rs.

**Q3. P, Q and R invested in a business by making investment what A, B and C invested for second year respectively. P and Q invested for 8 months and 10 month respectively and profit share of P & Q &R is 32 : 32 : 25, then find for how many months R invested ? **

(a) 3 months

(b) 1 months

(c) 11 months

(d) 5 months

(e) 8 months

**Directions (4 -5): Two vessels A & B contains (x + 24) l & (x + 60) l mixture respectively. Ratio of milk to water in vessel A is 7 : 5, while ratio of milk to orange juice in vessel B is 5 : 4. If 25% from vessel A & 50% from vessel B taken out so remaining milk in vessel A is 13 l more than that of remaining milk in vessel B.**

**Q4. If 50% from vessel A, 40% from vessel B taken out and mixed together, then find ratio of milk, water & orange in resulting mixture?**

(a) 41 : 12 : 16

(b) 41 : 10 : 16

(c) 41 : 8 : 16

(d) 41 : 15 : 16

(e) 41 : 17 : 16

**Q5. If vessel A & B poured together and X liter of water added in resulting mixture new ratio of milk, water and orange juice become 23 : 10 : 10. Find ‘X’?**

(a) 15 l

(b) 12 l

(c) 10 l

(d) 20 l

(e) 8 l

**Directions (6-8): Veer, Sameer and Gopal enter into a business by investing in the ratio of 5 : 6 : 7 respectively for an year. After six months Veer and Sameer withdraw ⅕th and ¼ th of their initial investment respectively. After nine months from the starting of business Ayush joined them whose investment is average of initial investment of Veer, Sameer and Gopal.**

**Q6. Adarsh and Shikha enter into a business. Adarsh invested Rs. 2000 more than what Veer invested for last six months and Shikha invested Rs. 3000 more than what Sameer invested for first six months. If after six months Adarsh added Rs. 4000 and Shikha withdrew Rs. 6000 and at the end of one year Shikha gets Rs. 10800 as a profit share, out of total profit of Rs. 21000, then find the initial investment of Veer? **

(a) Rs. 21000

(b) Rs. 9000

(c)Rs. 12000

(d) Rs. 15000

(e) Rs. 18000

**Q8. A, B, C & D entered into a business by making investment in the ratio of respective profit ratio of Veer, Sameer, Gopal & Ayush. If after one year A, B, C & D added Rs. 2500, Rs. 3750 Rs. 5000 & Rs. 7500 respectively and at the end of two years B got Rs. 33750 as a profit share out of total profit of Rs. 120750, then find the total initial investment of A, B, C & D together?**

(a) 91150 Rs.

(b) 92250 Rs.

(c) 91450 Rs.

(d) 91250 Rs.

(e) 91350 Rs.

**Directions (9- 10): Anurag takes 40% of time taken by Veer to complete a work alone, while Satish takes 33⅓% more time than time taken by Anurag to complete the same work alone. Bhavya takes 66 ⅔% of time taken by Satish to complete the same work alone.**

Note: Efficiency ratio for each of them is same for doing any kind of work.

**Q9. If Anurag & Satish start building a wall and Bhavya starts destroying the same wall, all three have started together and the wall is built in 36 days, then find in how many days Veer can build the same wall alone? Assume that destroying the wall needs same effort as to build it.**

(a) 58 ¼ days

(b) 60 ¼ days

(c) 64 ¼ days

(d) 56 ¼ days

(e) 68 ¼ days

**Solutions **