Q1. Ankit spends 40% of his monthly salary on food. Out of remaining, he spends 35% on furniture, 40% on rent and remaining on Books. Find the amount Ankit spend on books and furniture together if Ankit’s salary is 25% less then David’s salary which is equal to Rs 16,000 per month.
Q2. Three natural numbers are given. If sum of average of any two numbers and the remaining third number is 56, 46 and 50 respectively, then find the sum of given three numbers.
Q3. Find the probability of choosing a team of 11 players from 8 batsmen and 8 bowler if it is given that number of batsman should always be greater the number of bowlers.
Q4. How many 6 letter words can be formed using the word “MATTER” in which no T’s comes together?
Q5. Find the ratio of volume of cylinder ‘A’ to volume of cylinder ‘B’, if ratio of radius of cylinders ‘A’ to cylinder ‘B’ is 1 : 2 while the ratio of height of cylinder ‘A’ to cylinder ‘B’ is 2 : 1.
(a) 1 : 1
(b) 1 : 2
(c) 2 : 1
(d) 1 : 4
(e) 1 : 8
Directions (6-10): What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
Directions (11-15): Study the table carefully and answer the questions given below.
Table given below shows the total number of students in five colleges and percentage of boys in each college. Table also shows the ratio of indoor and outdoor games played by boys and girls in each college.
NOTE- One student play either only indoor or only outdoor game
Q11. What is the difference between the number of girls playing indoor games in college A and number of boys playing outdoor games in college C ?
Q12. Number of boys playing outdoor games in college D is what percent more/less than the number of girls playing outdoor games in college E ?
Q13. If there is another college X where number of boys is 50% more than number of boys in college A and total number of student in college X is 1800 then what is the average of number of girls in college X and number of girls playing indoor games in college C ?
Q14. Find the ratio of total number of students playing indoor games in college D to the total number of students playing outdoor games in college E ?
(a) 15 : 18
(b) 13 : 18
(c) 18 : 13
(d) 13 : 21
(e) 14 : 19
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