**Q2. Train-A crosses a pole in 9 seconds and Train-B which is 180m long and running at 150km/hr crosses Train-A in 57.6 seconds, while running in same direction. Then, find in how much time will Train-A cross Train-B while running in opposite direction?**

(a) 9.6 seconds

(b) 8.2 seconds

(c) 6.4 seconds

(d) 5 seconds

(e) 11.2 seconds

**Q4. Ratio between length of two trains is 6 : 7 , while speeds of longer trains and smaller train are 72 km/hr & 108 km/hr respectively. If both trains crosses each other running is opposite direction in 10.4 sec, then find in what time longer train will be cross a platform whose length is 520 m ?**

(a) 35sec

(b) 25 sec

(c) 45 sec

(d) 40 sec

(e) 55 sec

**Q6. A contractor gives a contract to ‘X’ for building a wall in 8 days. After 2 days of starting of work he realizes that he will be able to finish 64% of work in the contracted time, so he invite Y and Z due to which they complete the work on 6th day from starting. At the end, if ratio of money received by X, Y and Z is 12 : 8 : 5 then find in how many days Z can alone complete the work?**

(a) 15 days

(b) 16 days

(c) 29 days

(d) 20 days

(e) None of these

**Q8. Prashant invested certain amount at 12% p.a. SI and at 20% p.a. CI compounding annually for 3 years and 2 years respectively and amount invested by him at SI is Rs.4000 more than amount invested by him at CI. If difference of SI received and CI received is Rs.1040, then find amount invested by him at SI is what percent of amount invested by him at CI.**

(a) 200%

(b) 180%

(c) 150%

(d) 220%

(e) 110%

**Q9. Arun invested Rs. ‘p’ in a scheme for 2 years which offered simple interest at the rate of 22.5% per annum and Pinki invested Rs. (p + 4000) in another scheme for same period of time on C.I. at the rate of 15% per annum. If Arun got Rs 750 more as the interest then find the average of amount invested by them?**

(a) Rs 15,000

(b) Rs 16,000

(c) Rs 14,000

(d) Rs 18,000

(e) Rs 20,000

**Q10. Amar invested a sum of Rs 2000 in a business with Akbar who invested Rs ‘X’. After 4 months, Anthony joined them with Rs ‘2X’. After another 4 months, Amar withdrew half of his investment while Anthony invested Rs ‘X+1000’ more. At the end of the year, Akbar got Rs 18000 out of total profit of Rs 60000. If Amar & Akbar re-entered into another partnership with Rs ‘X+2000’ & Rs ‘X-1000’ respectively then find profit ratio at end of year.**

(a) 3 : 2

(b) 5 : 2

(c) 5 : 4

(d) 4 : 1

(e) 2 : 5

**Solutions**