Q1. Deepak invested some amount on SI out of Rs.47000 and rest amount on C.I. for two years. If S.I. is offering 12% p.a. and C. I. is offering 15% p.a. compounding annually and C.I. is Rs.532.5 more than S.I., then find amount invested by Deepak on C.I?

(a) Rs.23000

(b) Rs.22000

(c) Rs.21000

(d) Rs.25000

(e) Rs.24000

Q2. Vessel-A and Vessel-B contains mixture of milk and water in the ratio of 2 : 3 and 5 : 3 respectively. When 50% mixture from Vessel-A and 40% mixture from Vessel-B taken out and mixed together, then the resulting mixture contains 36 liters of water and 36 liters of milk. Find ratio of quantity of water in Vessel-A to quantity of water in Vessel-B?

(a) 8 : 5

(b) 1 : 1

(c) 2 : 3

(d) 5 : 7

(e) 9 : 5

Q3. Cost price of an article is 39% less than the marked price of the article and shopkeeper earned 40% profit in selling the article. If amount of profit is Rs.196 more than amount of discount, then find cost price of article.

(a) Rs.1345

(b) Rs.1325

(c) Rs.1290

(d) Rs.1245

(e) Rs.1220

Q4. 25 lit of a mixture of acid 1 and acid 2 containing 55 % of acid 1 is mixed with 15 lit of another mixture containing 37 % of acid 2 to get a mixture D. Now mixture D is mixed with 30 lit of mixture C and percentage of acid 2 becomes 48%, then find percentage of acid 1 in mixture C. (all mixture containing acid 1 and acid 2 only)

(a) 56 %

(b) 44 %

(c) 48%

(d) 42%

(e) 50%

Q5. Hemant purchased some book and by selling 40% of total books he will get cost price of 80% books. If he sells 70% of remaining books at half of its initial profit percent and rest of the books remain unsold, find his overall profit %.

(a) 40%

(b) 45%

(c) 75%

(d) 43%

(e) 63%

Q6. Pankaj purchased 3575 balls and 2002 bats and cost price of one bat is equal to cost price of one ball. He sold ball in such a way that he can buy 850 balls by selling 799 balls and can buy 777 bats by selling 987 bats. Find approximate overall loss/profit percent earned by Pankaj by selling all balls and bats.

(a) 4%

(b) 5%

(c) 7%

(d) 6%

(e) 9%

Q7. A container contains two liquids A and B in the ratio 8 : 5 .When 13 liters of mixture is drawn off and is completely replaced with liquid B, then the ratio of A and B in the container becomes 1 : 1. How many liter of liquid A was in the container initially ?

(a) 128/3 liter

(b) 117 liter

(c) 134/3 liter

(d) 121/3 liter

(e) 130 liter

Q9. Sanjay buys some articles for Rs. 1,80,000. He sells 2/5th of it at a loss of 12%. If he wants to earn overall profit of 18% on selling all the articles, then at what profit % he should sell the remaining articles?

(a) 48%

(b) 73%

(c) 42%

(d) 38%

(e) 60%

Q10. A shopkeeper marked his article 60% above the cost price and ratio of discount allowed to profit earned is 4 : 1. If profit earned is Rs.180 less than discount allowed, then find ratio of selling price to marked price of the article.

(a) 3 : 5

(b) 6 : 7

(c) 4 : 7

(d) 7 : 10

(e) None of the above.

Q11. Dharam invested Rs.10000 in two schemes for two years and both schemes offer R% S.I. If difference between S.I. earned on both schemes is Rs.480 and ratio of interest earned from both schemes is 3 : 2. Then, find the value of R.

(a) 15 %

(b) 10 %

(c) 20 %

(d) 16 %

(e) 12%

Q12. Vessel-A contains 80 liters mixture of petrol and kerosene oil in the ratio 3 : 1 and vessel-B contains mixture of diesel, petrol and kerosene oil in the ratio 1 : 3 : 5. Mixtures of both vessels are mixed in another vessel-C and quantity of petrol in vessel-C is 10 liters more than the quantity of kerosene oil in vessel-C. Then, find the capacity of vessel-B.

(a) 140 liters

(b) 135 liters

(c) 120 liters

(d) 125 liters

(e) 130 liters

Q13. Amount of Rs. 8000 is lent at simple interest in two parts at 20% and 10% respectively. If after one year he will get Rs. 1150 as interest then find amount which was lent at 20% per annum.

(a) Rs.3000

(b) Rs.5000

(c) Rs.3500

(d) Rs.4500

(e) Rs. 4200

Q14. A vessel contains mixture in which 25% is water and rest is milk. If 40 liters more water added in vessel, then quantity of water becomes 40% of mixture. Find the quantity of milk in the vessel?

(a) 100 l

(b) 140 l

(c) 160 l

(d) 120 l

(e) 80 l

Q15. A sum becomes Rs. 2880 in two years and Rs. 4147.2 in four years when compounded annually. If same sum is invested at 12% p.a. S.I. for 5 years, then find the amount after 5 years.

(a) 3000 Rs.

(b) 3600 Rs.

(c) 2400 Rs.

(d) 3200 Rs.

(e) 2800 Rs.

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