Directions (1-5): Read the data carefully and answer the question.
On a store there are three items available i.e. (book, bat and calculator). Bat and calculator are available in three size i.e. small, medium and large. Shopkeeper sold a book for Rs. 540 after giving 10% discount and earn 20% profit. Cost price of a small size bat or a large calculator is equal to selling price of book and small size of each item is 25% cheaper than its medium size and medium size is 8/9 times of large size of its respective item.
Q1. What is the ratio between cost price of small size calculator to cost price of small size bat?
Q2. Average cost price of all size of bat is how much percent more than M.R.P. of a book?
(a) 10% less
(b) 25% less
(c) 25% more
(d) 15% more
(e) None of these.
Q3. If a large size calculator is sold at 10% profit, find difference between profit earned on selling such two calculators and 2 books?
(a) Rs. 36
(b) Rs. 108
(c) Rs. 18
(d) Rs. 54
(e) Rs. 72
Q4. Cost price of a book is what percent of 5/4th of cost price of a medium size bat?
Q5. If all large items are sold at 25% profit, find average profit earned on selling three large size calculator and 2 large bats?
Directions (6-10): Study the given information and answer the following questions.
A company sold 6 types of products viz. Hard drive, Mobile, Laptop, Pen drive, Keyboards and Printer in 2018. In 2018, company sold 4500 pen drives which is 250% of mobiles sold by company. Hard drive, Laptop and Printer sold in the ratio of 25 :16 :21. The average number of selling of Hard drive and Keyboard is 3000. Pen drive sold are 1000 more than Keyboard.
Q6. What is the no. of units of Printer sold by the company in 2018?
Q7. What is the average no. of units of Mobiles, Pen drives and Printer sold by company?
Q8. Maximum units of which product sold by the company?
(c) Pen drives
(d) Hard disks
Q9. Printers sold by the company is what percent more or less than Keyboard?
Directions (11-15): Study the radar chart given below and answer the following questions.
Radar chart shows the number of employees (in ’00) in 5 different departments (A, B, C, D & E) of a company in 2016, 2017 & 2018.
Q11. Average number of employees in A, D & E in 2016 is what percent of employees in A & E together in 2018?
Q12. Find ratio of employees of E in 2016, 2017 & 2018 together to employees in A in 2016 & 2018 together.
(a) 11 : 15
(b) 16 : 27
(c) 13 : 16
(d) 3 : 4
(e) 2 : 3
Q13. Employees in company in 2016 are approximately what percent more or less than employees in company in 2018?
Q14. If in 2019 total employees in company are increased by 5% as compared to total employees in company in 2017 and ratio of employees (A : B : C : D : E) in 2019 is 9 : 14 : 5 : 10 : 4, then find total employees in C & D together in 2019 are how much more or less than total employees in B in 2016 & 2017 together.
Practice More Questions of Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Exams: