Directions (1-6): Study the table given below and answer the following questions. Some data is missing in the table.
Table shows data regarding Rs.20 notes received by 5 different banks during demonetization.
Note – 1. ‘Return’ is the amount (face value of note) of notes returned by bank to its customers.
- Each bank has given minimum of 50% return on all notes received by it.
Q1. If difference of notes on which 50% return is given and on which 80% return is given of PNB is 1000, then find number of notes on which 100% return is given by PNB are what percent of total notes received by BOB?
Q2. If total number of notes on which BOI gave 100% return and 50% return are 13500, then find total amount received by BOI is how much more or less than total amount received by Axis bank?
Q3. If ratio of notes on which (50% return : 80% return) is given by BOB is same as ratio of notes on which (50% return : 80% return) is given by Axis bank and number of notes on which BOB gave 100% return are 20% less than total notes received by PNB, then find ratio of notes on which BOB gave 80% return to that of on which it gave 100% return.
(a) 2 : 3
(b) 1 : 3
(c) 4 : 5
(d) 5 : 7
(e) None of the above.
Q4. If total number of notes received by BOI is 40% less than total number of notes received by SBI, then find average number of Rs.20 notes received by these 5 banks.
(e) Cannot be determined.
Q5. If percentage of notes on which 100% return is given by PNB is 50%, then find the amount earned by PNB in this whole transaction.
Q6. If difference of number of notes on which PNB gave 50% return and 80% return is 1500 and number of notes on which Axis bank gave 80% return are 1750 less than number of notes on which PNB gave 50% return, then find total number of notes on which PNB and Axis Bank gave 100% return together.
Q7. A spend 30% of his monthly salary on house rent, 40% of the remaining salary on clothing and he distributes his remaining monthly salary among his two daughters and a son in the ratio 5 : 5 : 4. If difference of A’s monthly expenditure on Clothing and monthly amount given by A to his son is Rs.24000, then find A’s annual expenditure on house rent.
Q8. A can complete a piece of work in 33 days and C is three times more efficient than A. Ratio of efficiency of B to that of C is 3 : 2. If all three starts working together, then find in how many days the work will be completed?
(a) 2½ days
(b) 5 days
(c) 3 days
(d) 4 days
(e) 4½ days
Q9. A, B & C entered into a partnership business. Amount invested by B is 3 times of amount invested by A and ratio of amount invested by C to that of B is 1 : 2. After 11 months, all 3 withdrew Rs.Y. If ratio of C’s profit share to total profit at the end of the year is 35 : 129, then find profit sharing ratio of A to that of B at the end of the year.
(a) 19 :75
(b) 41 :53
(c) 67 : 27
(d) 23 : 71
(e) 31 :63
Q10. A vessel contains milk and water in the ratio 3 : 1. When 80l mixture is taken out and completely replaced by milk, then milk becomes 700% of the water in the vessel. Find original quantity of the vessel.
(a) 240 lit
(b) 280 lit
(c) 320 lit
(d) 200 lit
(e) 160 lit
Directions (11-15): Study the pie chart and table given below and answer the following questions.
Pie chart shows the percentage distribution of total employees of a company – X in 4 different departments (A, B, C & D) and table shows the number of male employees in these departments.
Q12. If ratio of male employees to female employees in company – Y is 4 : 3 and male employees in company – Y are 300% more than male employees in C of company – X, then find total employees in company – Y are how much more or less than that of in company – X?
Q14. If male employees in company – K are 425 more than female employees in B in company – X, then find average number of female employees in A, C & D in company – X are how much less than male employees in company – K?
Q15. If ratio of employees who are in (18-40) age group to employees who are in (40+) age group in A, B, C & D in company – X is 13 : 12, 13 : 37, 4 : 1 & 33 : 7 respectively, then find ratio of total no. of employees of (18 – 40) age group to total no. of employees of (40+) age group employees in company – X.
(a) 2 : 1
(b) 9 : 5
(c) 5 : 4
(d) 3 : 2
(e) None of the above.
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