The total production by 3 companies on Monday was 540 out of which 100/3% bikes were produced by Hero. The number of bikes produced by Bajaj on Monday are less than the bikes produced by Hero on Monday by the same extent as the number of bikes produced by Honda on Monday is more than the bikes produced by Hero on Monday. The difference between bikes produced by Bajaj and Honda on Monday is 40.
150 bikes are produced by Hero on Tuesday, which is 100 less than the bikes produced by the same company on Wednesday. A total of 910 bikes were produced by Hero from Monday to Friday. The ratio between bikes produced by Hero on Thursday to bikes produced by the same company on Friday is 5: 6.
220 bikes were produced by Bajaj on Tuesday, which is 80 less than the bikes produced by Honda on Wednesday. A total of 570 bikes were produced on Tuesday, which is 76% of the total bikes produced on Wednesday. The number of bikes produced by Honda on Thursday is 66 2/3% more than bikes produced by Hero on the same day. Total 580 bikes were produced on Thursday. The number of bikes produced by Honda on Friday is same as that on Monday. 140 bikes were produced by Bajaj on Friday.
Q1. Find the ratio between total bikes produced on Monday to that on Wednesday.
(a) 18 : 29
(b) 18 : 25
(c) 18 : 31
(d) 3 : 5
(e) 5: 3
Q2. Find the total number of bikes produced by Bajaj from Monday to Friday.
Q3. Find the average number of bikes produced per day by Honda from Monday to Friday. (approximate)
Q4. On which pair of days out of the following, the number of bikes produced by Hero is the same?
(a) Tuesday and Wednesday
(b) Wednesday and Thursday
(c) Tuesday and Thursday
(d) Monday and Wednesday
(e) Monday and Tuesday
Q5. On which day the total number of bikes produced was the maximum?
Directions (6-10): in the following questions two statements (Quantity -I and quantity -II) are given. You have to solve both the statements and give answer.
(Note: Consider only numerical value while comparing)
(a) If quantity I > Quantity II
(b) If quantity I < Quantity II
(c) If quantity I ≥ Quantity II
(d) If quantity I ≤ Quantity II
(e) if quantity I = Quantity II or no relation between quantity I and II.
Q6. Quantity – I. The marked price of a watch which is marked as 40% above of its cost price and 20% profit is obtained by selling it in Rs 216
Quantity – II. 252
Q7. Quantity – I. Length of the train P (in meter) which crosses another train Q coming towards it at a speed of 72 km/h in 40sec. Ratio of length of train P and Q is 3 : 2 and speed of train P is 25% more than that of Q
Quantity – II. x² – 353 = 376
Q8. Quantity – I. 5x² – 46x + 93 = 0
Quantity – II. Rate of per annum compound interest compound half yearly for one year on Rs 25,000 which gives Rs 11,000 as interest.
Q9. Quantity – I. Time taken by A to complete a work B and C together can complete the work in 8 days. The ratio of working efficiency of A, B is 2 : 3 and that of B and C is 4 : 5.
Quantity – II. x³ = 17,576
Q10. Quantity – I. Percentage profit earned selling a mixture of two type of rice. 40 kg of first type having CP of Rs 24.5 per kg is mixed with 35 kg of second type rice having CP of Rs 24 per kg. This mixture is sold at Rs 30 per kg
Quantity – II. minimum time (in minute) after which three friends P, Q, R meet together of first time. They start running around a circular track together an individually can complete one loop in 24, 32 and 40 min. respectively.
Q11. There are two auto closed pipes A and B which get closed if there is any disturbance can fill a tank in 20 and 30 hrs. respectively. Both the pipes are opened to fill the tank but when the tank is 1/3 rd full, a leak develops in the tank which results in closing of both pipes. Through the leak one-third water supplied by both the pipes goes out & after it the leak was get closed by some means and both filling pipes again start filling the tank. The total time taken to fill the tank is
(a) 12 hr
(b) 14 hr
(c) 16 hr
(d) 18 hr
(e) 20 hr.
Q12. A tank of 3600 cu m capacity is being filled with water. The delivery of the pump discharging the tank is 20% more than the delivery of the pump filling the same tank. As a result, twelve minutes more time is needed to fill the tank than to discharge it. Determine the rate of delivery of the pump filling the tank.
(a) 40 m3 / min
(b) 50 m3 / min
(c) 60 m3 / min
(d) 80 m3/ min
(e) 58 m3/ min
Q13. A group of 30 men, working 4 hours a day can do a piece of work in 10 days. Find the number of days in which another group of 45 men working 8 hrs a day can do twice the work. Assume that 2 men of the first group do as much work in 2 hours as 4 men of the second group do in 1 hr.
(a) 19/3 days
(b) 20/3 days
(c) 33/6 days
(d) 19/6 days
(e) None of these
Q14. The manufacturer of an article makes a profit of 5%, the wholesale dealer makes a profit of 10%, and the retailer makes a profit of 15%. Find the manufacturing price of the article if the retailer sold it for Rs. 5313.
(a) Rs. 4000
(b) Rs. 4500
(c) Rs. 5000
(d) Rs. 4950
(e) None of these
Q15. 3 years ago, Ambuj was thrice as old as Avinash. If he ratio of their present ages is 8 : 3 respectively, what is the difference between their present ages in years ?
(a) 32 years
(b) 30 years
(c) 28 years
(d) 35 years
(e) None of these
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