**Directions (1-5): Read the data carefully and answer the question.**

There are three sitting halls, three pantry, three meeting rooms and one HR & one CEO room in the office of Adda247. All halls, pantry, meeting rooms, HR room & CEO rooms are rectangular in shape and area of each hall is same, each pantry is same, each meeting room is same and area is different for HR & CEO room. Breadth of hall & pantry are 33 m & 15 m respectively, while ratio of length of hall to that of pantry is 22 : 7. The difference between perimeter of a hall & a pantry is 126 m, while area of a meeting room having breadth of 14 m is 77 m² less than that of area of a pantry room. Ratio of magnitude of perimeter of HR room to area of that room is 19 : 88 and breadth of that room is 16 m. Length & breadth of CEO room is 4 m & 2 m more than that of length and breadth of HR room respectively. (Consider only 2D figure)

**Q1. The radius of a cylindrical vessel is equal to half of the length of a pantry. Its volume is 4158 m^3 and cost of polishing it is Rs. 5 per m², then find the total cost of polishing the vessel including its top and bottom surfaces.**

(a) 7225 Rs.

(b) 7425 Rs.

(c) 7050 Rs.

(d) 7825 Rs.

(e) 7625 Rs.

**Q2. The ratio of radius of two circular parks is 5: 6 and sum of circumference of both circular parks is 154m more than perimeter of a CEO room. If cost of fencing per meter with wire is Rs. 25, then find the total cost of fencing the smaller circular park?**

(a) 2560 Rs.

(b) 2456 Rs.

(c) 2226 Rs.

(d) 2288 Rs.

(e) 2750 Rs.

**Q4. All three meeting rooms are rebuilt so that breadth of each meeting room is increased by 100% and length is decreased by 10 m. If each meeting room is divided into four square cabins and decorated with wood which costs Rs 12.5 per/m², then find the total cost of decoration of all square cabins built in the three meeting rooms ?**

(a) 7290 Rs.

(b) 7230 Rs.

(c) 7240 Rs.

(d) 7350 Rs.

(e) 7560 Rs.

**Q5. Find the difference between perimeter of a HR room & perimeter of a pantry?**

(a) 4 m

(b) 8 m

(c) 12 m

(d) 16 m

(e) 18 m

**Directions (6-10): Bar- graph given below shows the selling price(in rupees) of a single item of five products by a shopkeeper and also the profit percent of a single item of each product is given.**

Study the graph carefully and answer the question given below.

**Q7. If Abhi purchased 4 wallets and sold two of them at 25% loss and rest at 12.5%profit. Then find the net profit/loss obtained by him. **

(a) Rs. 14

(b) Rs. 9

(c) Rs. 6

(d) Rs. 12

(e) none of these

**Q8. What is the average of cost price of all five items if single item is considered? **

(a) 28.26

(b) 23.25

(c) 32.28

(d) 18

(e) None of these

**Q9. If shopkeeper also wants to sell 5 tiffin, the cost price of single tiffin is same as cost price of single watch and made a total profit of 50%. Then find the average of selling price of single tiffin and cost price of single bottle? **

(a) 27.5

(b) None of these

(c) 22.5

(d) 18

(e) 15

**Q10. If Rahul and Prabhat made profit by selling 5 belts each whose ratio of selling price is 3 : 2 and cost price of one belt is Rs. 30. If profit made by both is equal to profit made by shopkeeper on selling 5 bags. Then find the difference of selling price of Rahul and Prabhat? **

(a) Rs. 12.9

(b) Rs. 16.4

(c) Rs. 8.06

(d)Rs. 11.09

(e) none of these

**Solutions**