Q1. A man divided his wealth so that his son’s share to his wife’s share and the wife’s share to his daughter’s share are both in the ratio 3: 1 and the daughter’s share is Rs. 64,000 less than that of the son. What is the value of the total wealth?
Q2. The sum of three numbers is 98. If the ratio of the first to the second is 2 : 3 and that of second to the third is 5 : 8, then the second numbers is:
Q3. The total number of students of Bal Bharti school was 660. The ratio between girls and boys was 9 : 13. After some days, 30 girls joined the school and some boys left the school and new ratio between girls and boys became 5 : 6. The number of boys who left the school is :
Q4. Between two consecutive years my incomes are in the ratio of 2 : 3 and expenses in the ratio 5 : 9. If my income in the second year is Rs. 45000 and my expenses in the first year is Rs. 25000. My total savings for the two years is:
Income in the first year = Rs. 30000
Expense in the first year = Rs. 25000
Expense in the second year = Rs. 45000
∴ Total saving = 75000 – 70000 = Rs. 5000
Q5. A mixture contains alcohol and kerosine in the ratio 5 : 1. On adding 5 litres of kerosine, the ratio of alcohol and kerosine becomes 5 : 2. The quantity of alcohol in the original mixture is.
Directions (6-10): The following pie-chart shows the distribution of chocolate (in degree) among children of different classes of Bal Bharti School. Study the chart carefully to answer the following questions.
Note: Some data are in degree while some data are in absolute value in the following chart.
Q6. Total no. of chocolates distributed among class V students is what percent of total chocolates distributed among class VI students (approximately)?
Q7. If ratio of boys to girls in class I be 3 : 1 and each student get two chocolate then how many boys are there in class I who got Chocolates?
Q8. What is the average no. of Chocolates distributed among students of class II and III together?
Q9. Total Chocolates distributed among students of class II and class IV together is what percent more or less than the total no. of chocolates distributed among students of class VI and I together?
Q10. What is the difference between total chocolates distributed among students of class I, II and VI together and total chocolates distributed among students of class III, IV and V together?
Q12. 630 × x + 553.85 – 55% of 12000 = 37.05 % of 9200