**Q1. Ratio of present age of A to that of B is 1 : 3 and one year ago, C is twice as old as A. If B is 21 years older than C, then find present age of B & C together is what percent of present age of A?**

(a) 545%

(b) 480%

(c) 500%

(d) 525%

(e) 495%

**Q2. How many 7 letters word can be formed from the word “GATEWAY” such that the vowels occupy the extreme ends?**

(a) 72 ways

(b) 720 ways

(c) 180 ways

(d) 360 ways

(e) 144 ways

**Q3. Deepak and Dharam entered into a partnership and invested Rs.40000 and Rs.55000 respectively. After 10 months and 8 months Deepak and Dharam withdraws his amount from the business and after 6 months Veer invested Rs.60000. If at the end of the year difference in the profit share of Deepak and Dharam is Rs.5225, then find profit share of Veer at the end of the year.**

(a) Rs.49560

(b) Rs.47025

(c) Rs.48235

(d) Rs.48970

(e) Rs.49255

**Q4. A shopkeeper sells chairs and tables and cost price of a table is Rs.3400 more than cost price of a chair. Shopkeeper marks table and chair 50% and 80% above the cost price respectively and he allowed 25% discount on a chair and 32% discount on a table. If profit earned by shopkeeper on selling a chair is Rs.130 more than profit earned by him on selling a table, then find difference between selling price of a table and a chair.**

(a) Rs.3560

(b) Rs.3270

(c) Rs.3340

(d) Rs.3480

(e) Rs.3510

**Q5. (T+ 4) type ‘A’ types of pipes can fill a tank in 2T hours while (T +12) type ‘B’ types of pipes can fill the same tank in (T + 8) hours. If ratio of efficiency of type ‘A’ to type ‘B’ pipe is 5 : 4, then find in how many hours 12 type ‘A’ and 15 type ‘B’ pipes together can fill the same tank? **

(a) 18 hours

(b) 20 hours

(c) 24 hours

(d) 16 hours

(e) 12 hours

**Q6. Ankit bought an article at Rs.1200. He marks up the cost of article and sells it in such a way that if he will give 46 ⅔%discount, then loss occur to him is equal to profit earn by him when he will give 20% discount. Find the Mark price of article? **

(a) Rs. 1600

(b) Rs. 1400

(c) Rs. 1200

(d) Rs. 1000

(e) Rs. 1800

**Q9. A train travelling at 288 km/hr crosses another train, having 30 meters less length and travelling in opposite direction at 252 km/hr in 6 seconds. If longer train cross a railway platform in 20 second, then find smaller train will cross same platform in how many seconds? **

(a) 148/7 sec

(b) 151/7 sec

(c) 157/7 sec

(d) 169/7 sec

(e) None of these

**Q10. Sameer invested his saving of Rs. 1 lakh in two schemes for two years, first scheme offers him rate of interest of 10% on CI and other offers him rate of interest of 15% on SI. If interest obtained by him in former scheme is Rs. 600 more than that of later, find the amount invested by him in later scheme.**

(a) Rs. 40000

(b) Rs. 24000

(c) Rs. 48000

(d) Rs. 56000

(e) None of these

**Q11. A set of consecutive numbers from one to twenty are written on the paper. Mohit erased two numbers from the paper, so the average of remaining numbers is 10 . find the sum of square of two numbers, if they are in ratio of 2: 3. **

(a) 484

(b) 472

(c) 468

(d) 512

(e) 448

**Q12. ‘P’ number of pipes can fill a swimming pool in 21 day working 8 hours per day, while the ratio of days taken by ‘P’ number of pipes working 8 hours per day to days taken by (P -1) pipe working 6 hours per day is 7 : 10, then find value of ‘P’.**

(a) 12

(b) 15

(c) 18

(d) 20

(e) 24

**Q13. The time taken by a man to swim ‘X – 15’ km upstream is equal to time taken by him to swim ‘X-5’ km downstream. If his speed in downstream is 4 km/h more than his upstream speed and ratio of speed of man in still water to upstream speed is 4: 3. Find X.**

(a) 25 km

(b) 24 km

(c) 40 km

(d) 30 km

(e) 36 km

**Q14. Ayush invested a sum of money at 16% C.I. compounding annually for two years. If compound interest of 2nd year is Rs.9280, then find amount invested by Ayush.**

(a) Rs.60000

(b) Rs.40000

(c) Rs.80000

(d) Rs.50000

(e) Rs.70000

**Q15. A shopkeeper allows 4% discount and allows 2 article free on purchase of 14 article. He earns 40% profit during the transaction. By what above the cost price he marked goods ? **

(a) 35%

(b) 33 ⅓%

(c) 25%

(d) 20%

(e) 66⅔%

**Solutions**